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October 4-5, 2004
ESTABLISHMENT OF A BARANGAY DATABASE INFORMATION
SYSTEM IN REGION 10 by Rosalinda C. Celeste, D.M.
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Author’s name: Rosalinda C. Celeste, D.M.
Designation: Provincial Statistical Officer
Agency: National Statistics Office
Address: Lanao del Norte
Telefax: (063) 221-3275
Establishment of a Barangay Database Information System in Region 10 by Rosalinda C. Celeste, D.M.1
In recent years, both the national and local government planners focused their development plans across sectors to maximize the use of resources. Thus, the need for small-area statistics also rises as data input for planning and project identification. Despite the increasing demand however, little has been done in the generation of information and the audacity in planning is lessened because of the scarcity and limitation of data.
This paper aims to improve sectoral planning and policy formulation at local level through the Establishment of a Barangay Database Information System specifically in Region 10. Aside from systems development, the project will also include data generation using household level data and the use of information from the Assessment and Monitoring Reports of the in-line agencies in the
As one steps into the portals of another age, a new demand for new level of information arises. Planners and policy makers in the government and the private sector including the academe and research institutions rely heavily on the information available. The shift in the demand for national and regional-based statistics to small-area statistics grows with time as projects are more focused on countryside development and across sectors.
In recent years, local government planners focused their development plans across sectors in the community to maximize the use of resources. Thus, the need for detailed
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