Population of San Fernando doubles in 63 years
This year is a testament of PSA Camarines Sur’s unwavering commitment to deliver relevant and reliable statistics and efficient civil registration services; steadfast dedication to give its humble share in nation building; and tireless resilience in the face of constant challenges and overwhelming workload. I am deeply honoured and privileged to lead the province’s lean yet competent and outstanding personnel to this year of great accomplishments, with the support of PSA’s regional and national offices.
Camarines Sur ranks 11th most populous among the 81 provinces in the country with a population of 1,952,544 as of August 1, 2015, and growing at 1.32 percent annually. It covers five congressional districts with 1,063 barangays spread in 35 municipalities and two cities. In 2016, an additional of 77,156 civil registry records were received and processed in the province. Close to 45 percent of Bicol Region’s household-based and establishment-based statistical activities and workload is lodged in the province. Sixty percent of agricultural statistics in the region is also generated from the province. On top of these, Camarines Sur is also home to the Naga City CRS Outlet which serves, on the average, 1,600 requesting clients during peak season. All these activities make our work interestingly challenging.
Charged to do these enormous tasks are 12 regular personnel augmented by four job order staff, three service contractors, and sufficient number of hired statistical researchers during survey operations. The CRS Naga City Outlet operates with 12 service contractors. While originally Camarines Sur is allocated with 27 plantilla positions enough to cover the entire province, the reorganization, retirements, and deaths depleted the available personnel of the province. With the implementation of RA 10625 and the fusion of all statistical activities of the government, the pressure for PSA Camarines Sur’s currently available personnel to deliver is even more emphasized.
I am very proud of the teamwork and cooperation of everyone, and for all these accomplishments, I give my most heartfelt gratitude and all credits to the men and women of PSA Camarines Sur. CLEMENTE S. MANAOG - Provincial Statistics Officer
2015 POPCEN RESULTS
CONSUMER PRICE INDEX SPECIAL RELEASE
|CPI Special Release November 2017||CPI Special Release July 2017|
|CPI Special Release October 2017||CPI Special Release April 2017|
|Quickstat September 2017||Quickstat July 2017|
|Quickstat August 2017||Quickstat June 2017|
SPECIAL RELEASE AGSTAT
|SR on Retail Prices of Rice and Corn||Special Release on FPS, Q2 2017|
|Special Release on Fisheries, Q2, 2017||SR on Chicken and Chicken Egg Statistics|
SPECIAL RELEASE ON CONSTRUCTION STATISTICS
|SR on Construction Statistics, Q1 2017||SR on Construction Statistics, Q2 2017|
SPECIAL RELEASE ON CIVIL REGISTRATION
|SR on Registered Marriage Certificates 2015-2016||SR on 2016 Registered Vital Events|
Camarines Sur is situated at the southeastern portion of Luzon, about 450 km south of Manila, is bounded on the north by the Pacific Ocean, on the east by the Maqueda Channel, on the south by the Province of Albay, on the west by the Ragay Gulf, and on the northwest by the provinces of Camarines Norte and Quezon.With a land area of 5,266 square kilometers,Camarines Sur is composed of five(5) congressional districts, with 35 municipalities and two cities: NAGA CITY, the lone chartered city, is the province's and the region's commercial, educational, financial, and cultural center, while IRIGA CITY, a component city, is the center of the Rinconada area.; composed 1,063 barangays divided into 1,353 enumeration areas. Noted for its volcanic soil, the province produces abaca, rice and coconut. Fishing and tourism are the important activities in its 497 kms shoreline. The smallest fish “sinarapan” in the world is found in Lake Buhi. Pili trees, known for its nuts, grow abundantly in Camarines Sur. The capital town of Pili is named after the fruit. Camarines Sur derived its name from “camarin” the Spanish word for “rice granary” or warehouse.
Provincial Statistical Figures Camarines Sur
|Price Indices||October 2017|
|Consumer Price Index (2006=100)||158.1|
|Purchasing power of peso||0.63|
|Domestic Trade||1st Qtr 2017|
|Value*||2, 850, 441|
*(Quantity in thousand tons; value in P1,000)
VITAL STATISTICS (September 2017)
TOP 5 CITY/MUNICIPALITY (2015 POPCEN)
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