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Ang Bayan kong sinilangan Kay ganda mong minamasdan Punong-puno ng pag-asa Mamamaya’y nagkakaisa Sa puso ko at isipan Naghahari’y katahimikan Kalinisan natin Kaunlaran natin Makulay ang kapaligiran Katulad mo ay bulaklak Sakdal bango at busilak Kaming Iyong mga anak Sa kalinga’y busog na di hamak Kay dangal mo aking bayan Iniaalay akinh katauhan Dahil sayo ay nakamtan Minimithing tanging pangarap O bayan ko O bayan ko O bayan kong minamahal Kay ganda mo bayan Kay dangal mo bayan O aming bayan ng Moncada
The Municipality of Moncada is located 153 km North of Manila. It is one of the 17 towns and city in the province of Tarlac. Total Land Area: 8,575.3451 Ha.
  • Poblacion Area – 47.8507 Ha.
  • Rural Area – 8,527.4944 Ha.
Municipal Class: First Class Total Population: 53,000 No. of Barangays: 37 No. of Households: 10,144 Main Crop: Palay, Corn, Sweetpotato (Kamote) & Turnips (Singkamas) Annual Income:(2005) 59,659,750.00 million Internally Generated Income: 20,832,505.00 million Internal Revenue Allotment: 38,827,245.00 million
   

Republic of the Philippines

Municipality of Moncada

Province of Tarlac

   

SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE

2015

  MUNICIPAL PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE  
·         HISTORY OF MONCADA 4
·         VISSION/MISSION 6
                                  I.          MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS (current/incumbent) 7
                                II.        MUNICIPAL HEAD OF OFFICES 7
                               III.       NATIONAL/PROVINCIAL HEADS OF OFFICES (OFFICE BASED IN MONCADA) 7
                               IV.       A. CURRENT BARANGAY CAPTAINSB. LAND AREA OF BARANGAYS 89
                                V.        PHYSICAL FEATURES/CHARACTERISTICS§  Geographical Location§  Climate and Rainfall§  Temperature§  Topography§  Soil Type§  Surface Hydrology§  Liquefaction 1010101010101011
                               VI.       LAND USES§  Existing Land Uses§  Proposed Land Uses 111111
                             VII.     DEMOGRAPHY§  Town Population§  Population Density§  Annual Growth Rate§  Population per Barangay§  No. of HHs 121212121315
                            VIII.    POVERTY DATA ANALYSIS§  Malnutrition§  Mortality under 5 years old§  HHs without access to safe water§  HHs without access to sanitary toilet facility§  Etc. 1617182222
                               IX.       SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SECTOR§  Health Services§  Education§  Social Welfare and Services§  Housing 24242626
                                X.        ECONOMIC SECTOR§  Agriculture§  Commerce and Trade§  Industry§  Economic Strategies§  Occupation and Employment§  Tourism 272728292930
                               XI.       INFRASTRACTURE§  Public Goods§  Facilities 313131
                             XII.     TRANSPORTATION AND ACCESS§  Means of Transportation§  Water§  Power 32323232
                            XIII.    ENVIRONMENT§  River System§  Municipal Zoning Ordinance§  Ecological Solid Waste Management Program 323233
                            XIV.    DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT 33
                             XV.     INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT 34
                            XVI.    ASSESSMENT OF FINANCIAL CAPACITY 34
                          XVII.  MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM 34
                         XVIII. OTHER SECTORAL DATA 36
    HISTORY AND LEGEND  

According to Historians, Moncada was formerly a part of Paniqui, a neighboring town.

On the year 1860, four family heads from Magaspac, a barrio of Gerona, namely Don Juan Sagun, Don Pedro Sapon, Don Victoriano Avillanoza and Don Agustin Germina left Barrio Magaspac together with their families to seek for a greener place and to escape the ire of a Spanish curate stationed in Gerona.

After several days of traveling northward, those families reach Sitio Caarosipan . a part of Paniqui. There they built their temporary homes and started clearing and cleaning the place but they discovered that during rainy season, the place got flooded so again they moved out and looked for a higher ground and later settled in Sitio Payacan which was then the name of Barrio Capaoayan and they were convinced of the fertility of the soil and the favorable elevation of the surrounding and they decided to settle right there instead of other place.

From that time, these settlers lost no time in enticing other probable settlers and within a period of time, came groups of immigrants from other places, a big number of which name from Paoay , Ilocos Norte. So, after several years, the settlement rose and grew to a big number of families which was made into a small community.

In view of the increasing number of new settlers, the authorities of Paniqui of which Payacan was then a part, thought of making the Sitio into a barrio in the person of Don Antonio Longa, who hold the position up to 1862.

Because of the fertility of the land  as well as the bountiful blessings showered  upon them  by the Almighty , in thanksgiving , they changed the name of their newly created  barrio from Payacan to San Ramon in honor of the venerated patron saint of the place , Saint Raymund Nonnatus to whom the rendered special devotion .

As San Ramon showed signs of advancement and progress, people of all different dialects from other places came to reside and tried their luck, one of whom was a Christian Chinese merchant who was industrious and thrifty, who soon emerged as one of the most prosperous landowner and pivotal entity in the barrio.

His influence to the residents gained headway with his material prosperity. He initiated and stirred the interest and imagination of the civic –minded citizens to work with him for the conversion of San Ramon into independent municipality, but unfortunately, this man died without realizing his dream project for the place. Nevertheless, The spirit behind the movement and project did not die with him, because his adopted son by the name of Vicente Tintiangco, also a full blooded Chinese continued with equal vigor and determination the succeeding phases of the project.

So, through his persistence and untiring efforts, San Ramon was made a full-fledged municipality by virtue of a proclamation by the Spanish Military Governor of Tarlac province. This historic event took place on July 1, 1875, thus the new born municipality was named MONCADA in honor of an influential nobility of Spain.

Another legend worth knowing is how and why MONCADA was the given name. They said that it came about when a group of settlers were so engrossed  in their work one day when Spanish soldiers came near them and silently observed their works , stared at them from head to foot  and tried to analyze what they are doing. These settlers were planting tobacco seedlings. The workers who had sturdy looks and burnt complexion just went on with their works.

The Spanish soldiers asked what the name of their town in Spanish Language is and the workers thought they were asking what they are planting and so one answered “Muskada” which means tobacco. It is the question of miscommunication that the Spanish soldier thought “Muskada” was the name of the town thus from then on; people came to know the place by such name. But the word seem hard to pronounce soothe folks finally had the name MONCADA.

VISION A progressive, peaceful, safe and resilient community, anchored on good governance with God-loving and participative people living in harmony with the environment towards a sustainable economic development. MISSION To ensure responsive governance, sustainable economic growth and human development, lasting peace and order, convenient and healthy lifestyles and environmental protection.  
  1. MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS
AY 2013-2016   BENITO E. AQUINO Municipal Mayor   JESSIE E. AQUINO Municipal Vice-Mayor   COUNCILORS:   RODOLFO A. ESPEJO                                             RUBEN V. GAMBOA RICARDO D. VENGCO                                          ROWELL JAN B. CORPUZ MARCLETO U. OBILLO                                         EMER D. DAVID (D) EFREN M. RAMIREZ                                              DR. GEORGE R. CUCHAPIN EDWARD V. TOLENTINO   ABRAHAM S. SALES, JR. Acting SB Secretary  
  1. MUNICIPAL HEADS OF OFFICE
  Amanda M. Salvador                          –           Municipal Treasurer Emilia S. Quilet                                   –           Municipal Budget Officer Engr. Noel T. Esteban                         –           Municipal Engineer Abraham S. Sales, Jr.                          –           Municipal Civil Registrar and Acting MPDC Grace C. Portuguez                             –           Municipal Assessor – OIC Blesilda B. Malonga                           –           Municipal Accountant – OIC Carlos E. Toledo                                 –           Municipal Agriculturist – OIC Mildred G. Arciaga                             –           Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer Josephine B. Mina                               –           Market Operation (In-charge Officer) Raul Lopez                                          –           Slaughterhouse Operation Wilma D. Balgos                                 –           MENRO-OIC Cristopher John B. Pabo                     –           HRMO – OIC Dr. Peter Louie Tamayo                      –           RHU I Physician Dr. Lovella C. Ahito                           –           RHU II Physician     III. HEADS OF NATIONAL AGENCIES (OFFICE-BASED IN MONCADA)   Hon. Marivic C. Vitor                         –           Presiding Judge, Municipal Circuit Trial Court PCInsp. Edison Pascasio                    –           Chief of Police, Moncada Police Station Cleopatra P. Soriano                           –           BIR Collection Agent Jenalyn Guerrero- Tabrifranca            –           Election Officer III – COMELEC Wilson A. Sembrano                           –           Acting Postmaster Jocelyn F. Millado                              –           DILG – MLGOO Engr. Rogelio B. Mina                        –           General Manager, Moncada Water District SFO2 Gerry N. Navanjo                     –           Municipal Fire Marshall Celbert Z. Masongsong                       –           COA – State Auditor  
  1. A. CURRENT BARANGAY CAPTAINS
 
  1. Ablang-Sapang –           Faustino B. Arellano, Jr.
  2. Aringin –           Leonardo G. Caliboso
  3. Atencio –           Geronimo M. Galapati
  4. Banaoang East –           Alfredo A. Duque
  5. Banaoang West –           Johnny B. Galeon
  6. Baquero Norte –           Virginia S. Ebojo
  7. Baquero Sur –           Romeo A. Niegos
  8. Burgos –           Jorge Y. Taylan
  9. Calamay –           Ronaldo A. Obillo
  10. Calapan –           Pedro B. Macaraeg, Jr.
  11. Camangaan East –           Jerry N. Bumanlag
  12. Camangaan West –           Ben Viernes
  13. Camposanto I Norte –           Alfredo G. Benitez
  14. Camposanto I Sur –           Jaime P. Balignasay
  15. Camposanto 2 –           Celeste A. Ayson
  16. Capaoayan –           Raymundo S. Bautista
  17. Lapsing –           Larry A. Estabillo
  18. Mabini –           Virgilio B. Vallejos
  19. Maluac –           Cecilio C. Apostol
  20. Poblacion 1 –           Artemio R. Buan
  21. Poblacion 2 –           Oswald G. Gabriel
  22. Poblacion 3 –           George R. Cuchapin
  23. Poblacion 4 –           Jose E. Role
  24. Rizal –           Dexter B. Mendoza
  25. San Juan –           Ramon M. Miranda, Sr.
  26. San Julian –           Juan E. Corpuz
  27. San Leon –           Virgilio G. Galzote
  28. San Pedro –           Victorino B. Bermudez
  29. San Roque –           Benjamin I. Cruz
  30. Lucia East –           Roger S. Marzan
  31. Lucia West –           Willy D. Dulay
  32. Maria –           Juan N. Rodriguez
  33. Monica –           Bernadine C. Ferrer
  34. Tolega Norte –           Mario G. Macaslam
  35. Tolega Sur –           Liwliwa A. Calaycay
  36. Tubectubang –           Ernesto B. Valenton
  37. Villa –           Jun Agapay
 
  1. B. LAND AREA OF BARANGAYS
  NAME OF BARANGAYS                          AREA (HECTARES)  
  1. Ablang-Sapang –           1, 493.7568
  2. Aringin –                 1760
  3. Atencio –                 4561
  4. Banaoang East –               0388
  5. Banaoang West –               9841
  6. Baquero Norte –               9731
  7. Baquero Sur –               6523
  8. Burgos –               1909
  9. Calamay –               1334
  10. Calapan –               4702
  11. Camangaan East –               5676
  12. Camangaan West –               2905
  13. Camposanto I Norte –               9480
  14. Camposanto I Sur –                 2483
  15. Camposanto 2 –               0040
  16. Capaoayan –               6489
  17. Lapsing –               2322
  18. Mabini –               2130
  19. Maluac –               8746
  20. Poblacion 1 –                 5922
  21. Poblacion 2 –                 8808
  22. Poblacion 3 –                   8034
  23. Poblacion 4 –                   5743
  24. Rizal –                 3819
  25. San Juan –               5397
  26. San Julian –               1010
  27. San Leon –                 8330
  28. San Pedro –                 6826
  29. San Roque –              5561
  30. Lucia East –               265.1249
  31. Lucia West –               155.3899
  32. Maria –               282.8887
  33. Monica –               156.3899
  34. Tolega Norte –                 1644
  35. Tolega Sur –                 4066
  36. Tubectubang –               0416
  37. Villa –                 7200
  V.PHYSICAL FEATURE
  • Geographical Location

The Municipality of Moncada is located 153 kms. North of Manila and 26 kms. away from Tarlac City. It is one of the 17 towns and 1 city in the Province of Tarlac.

 Boundaries: North   –           Municipality of San Manuel West    –           Municipality of Camiling South   –           Municipality of Paniqui East     –           Municipality of Anao
  • Topography/Slope
  • Relatively flat where slopes range 0-3%
  • Landlocked (away from oceans and mountains)
  • Land is ideal for agricultural use
  • Climate and Rainfall
  • Rainy Season –           June – October
  • Abundant Rainfall –           July – December
  • Dry Season –           November to May
  • Hottest Months –           March, April and May
  • Cold Months –           December to February
  • Temperature
  • Humidity relatively high during dry season
  • Cool during harvest season (“ber” months)
  • Occurrence of tropical storms during rainy season
  • Soil Type/Fertilit
  • Types of Soil:
  1. 55% clay loam
  2. 45% sandy loam
  • Agricultural adaptability of the soil suited for the production of palay, corn, root crops, vegetables, mangoes and other fruit bearing trees
  • Surface Hydrology
  • Land surface is a rolling plain
  • Low lying areas prone to floodings
  • Silted waterways
  • Inland fishponds
  • Water level about 20 ft. deep
  • Liquefaction
  • Sta. Lucia West prone to liquefaction as a result or effect of the july 16, 1990 earthquake.
  • Newly built Municipal Slaughterhouse of Paniqui near the Sta. Lucia River sink/collapsed due to liquefaction
 
  1. LAND USES
  Town Total Land Area: 8, 875.3672 has.  
  1. Existing General Land Use
  • Built-up Area      1335 has
 
  • Residential –           2735
  • Commercial –               0000
  • Institutional –             8600
  • Open Space –           0000
 
  • Industrial    0000 has
  • Agricultural                                    7, 794.2337 has
TOTAL                                  8, 875.3672 has  
  1. Proposed General Land Use
 
  • Built-up Area                                                             1, 598.0875
 
  • Residential –           5675
  • Commercial –             1900
  • Institutional –           1600
  • Open Space –           1700
 
  • Industrial     5800 has
  • Agricultural             6, 977.6997 has
TOTAL                                   8, 875.3672 has
  1. Existing Urban Land Use
 
  • Residential –           7500 has
  • Commercial –             9000 has
  • Institutional –             5000 has
  • Open Space –             0000 has
  • Agricultural –             7000 has
47.8500 has  
  1. Proposed Urban Land Use
 
  • Residential –           7500 has
  • Commercial –             5000 has
  • Institutional –             4000 has
  • Open Space –             1500 has
  • Agricultural –             0500 has
47.8500 has   VII. DEMOGRAPHY  
  • Town Population
  2007 NSO Census      –           54, 547 2010 NSO Census      –           56, 183  
  • Annual Growth Rate –           32%
  • Population Density
  2007    –          6.1 2010    –          6.3  
  • Total No. of HHs –           12, 000
  • Family Size Average –           5
  • Population per Barangay
  Population 2010
1.      Ablang –Sapang 3,327
2.      Aringin 1,549
3.      Atencio 638
4.      Banaoang East 1,304
5.      Banaoang West 1,521
6.      Baquero Norte 1,427
7.      Baquero Sur 1,265
8.      Burgos 2,455
9.      Calamay 692
10.  Calapan 1,108
11.  Camangaan east 1,665
12.  Camangaan West 1,166
13.  Camposanto I-Norte 1,540
14.  Camposanto I-Sur 1,658
15.  Camposanto No. 2 1,998
16.  Capaoayan 2,638
17.  Lapsing 1,577
18.  Mabini 1,990
19.  Maluac 1,597
20.  Poblacion No. 1 1,504
21.  Poblacion No. 2 1,744
22.  Poblacion No. 3 948
23.  Poblacion No. 4 1,058
24.  Rizal 1,391
25.  San Juan 2,004
26.  San Julian 2,6l6
27.  San Leon 1,214
28.  San Pedro 759
29.  San Roque 1,133
30.  Sta. Lucia East 1,067
31.  Sta. Lucia West 948
32.  Sta. maria 1,990
33.  Sta. Monica 1,691
34.  Tolega Norte 2,225
35.  Tolega Sur 839
36.  Tubectubang 1,282
37.  Villa 655
  TOTAL 56,183
Source: NSO 2010 Census on Population    PROJECTED POPULATION OF MONCADA PER BARANGAY
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
1. Ablang-Sapang 3,327 3,371 3,416 3,461 3,507 3,553
2. Aringin 1,549 1,569 1,590 1,611 1,632 1,650
3. Atencio 638 646 655 664 672 681
4. Banaoang East 1,304 1,321 1,338 1,356 1,374 1,392
5. Banaoang West 1,521 1,541 1,561 1,582 1,603 1,624
6. Baquero Norte 1,427 1,446 1,465 1,484 1,504 1,524
7. Baquero Sur 1,265 1,282 1,299 1,316 1,333 1,351
8. Burgos 2,455 2,487 2,520 2,553 2,587 2,621
9. Calamay 692 701 710 719 729 739
10. Calapan 1,108 1,123 1,138 1,153 1,168 1,183
11. Camangaan East 1,665 1,687 1,709 1,732 1,755 1,778
12. Camangaan West 1,166 1,181 1,197 1,213 1,229 1,245
13. Camposanto I-Norte 1,540 1,560 1,581 1,602 1,623 1,644
14. Camposanto I – Sur 1,658 1,710 1,733 1,756 1,779 1,803
15. Camposanto #2 1,998 2,024 2,051 2,078 2,105 2,133
16. Capaoayan 2,638 2,673 2,708 2,744 2,780 2,817
17. Lapsing 1,577 1,598 1,619 1,640 1,662 1,684
18. Mabini 1,990 2,016 2,043 2,070 2,097 2,025
19. Maluac 1,597 1,618 1,639 1,661 1,683 1,705
20. Poblacion # 1 1,504 1,524 1,544 1,564 1,585 1,606
21. Poblacion # 2 1,744 1,767 1,790 1,814 1,838 1,862
22. Poblacion # 3 948 961 974 987 1,000 1,013
23. Poblacion # 4 1,058 1,072 1,086 1,000 1,013 1,026
24. Rizal 1,391 1,411 1,420 1,439 1,459 1,478
25. San Juan 2,004 2,030 2,057 2,084 2,112 2,141
26. San Julian 2,616 2,651 2,686 2,721 2,757 2,793
27. San Leon 1,214 1,230 1,246 1,262 1,279 1,296
28. San Pedro 759 769 779 789 799 810
29. San Roque 1,133 1,148 1,163 1,178 1,194 1,210
30. Sta. Lucia East 1,067 1,081 1,095 1,110 1,125 1,140
31. Sta. Lucia West 948 961 974 987 1,000 1,013
32. Sta. Maria 1,990 2,016 2,043 2,070 2,097 2,125
33. Sta. Monica 1,691 1,713 1,736 1,759 1,782 1,806
34. Tolega Norte 2,225 2,254 2,284 2,314 2,345 2,376
35. Tolega Sur 839 850 861 872 884 896
36. Tubectubang 1,282 1,299 1,316 1,333 1,351 1,369
37. Villa 655 664 672 681 690 699
Total 56,183 56,955 57,698 58,359 59,132 59,811
URBAN – 13, 016 RURAL – 46, 795 Projected Households Population by Barangay As of 2008  
Barangay Number of Households
1. Ablang-Sapang 611
2. Aringin 301
3. Atencio 125
4. Banaoang East 237
5. Banaoang West 307
6. Baquero Norte 342
7. Baquero Sur 256
8. Burgos 569
9. Calamay 128
10. Calapan 201
11.Camangaan East 298
12.Camangaan West 295
13.Camposanto I-Norte 325
14.Camposanto I-Sur 309
15.Camposanto No. 2 383
16.Capaoayan 526
17.Lapsing 330
18.Mabini 450
19.Maluac 344
20.Poblacion # 1 396
21.Poblacion #  2 415
22.Poblacion  # 3 220
23.Poblacion # 4 236
24.Rizal 320
25.San Juan 371
26. San Julian 523
27. San Leon 240
28. San Pedro 209
29. San Roque 226
30.Sta. Lucia East 218
31.Sta. Lucia West 213
32.Sta. Maria 494
33.Sta. Monica 357
34.Tolega Norte 193
35.Tolega Sur 224
36.Tubectubang 400
37.Villa 137
TOTAL                            11,729
  VIII. POVERTY DATA ANALYSIS POVERTY DATA ANALYSIS 2010 CENSUS ON POPULATION (NSO)  
  • Tarlac Province – Total Population : 3 million
  • Annual Growth Rate : 76 %
  • Top Ten Populous Municipalities:
 
  • Moncada             –             56, 183
  • Victoria             –             59, 987
  • La Paz             –             60, 982
  • Bamban             –             62, 413
  • Camiling             –             80, 241
  • Gerona             –             83, 084
  • Paniqui             –             87, 730
  • Capas             –           125, 852
  • Concepcion –           139, 832
  • Tarlac City –           318, 332
 
  • Moncada Annual Growth Rate : 32 %
  • 2014 Projected Population : 59, 275
  • Population Density : 6
  • Average Family Size : 5
  • Households (HHs) : 13, 000
  • Income Per Capita : Php 16, 000.00
  • Poverty Incidence : 38%
  INDICATORS: POVERTY LEVEL / STATUS
  • Malnutrition
  • Mortality of under 5 years old
  • Children not attending school
  • HHs without access to safe water supply
  • HHs without sanitary toilet facilities
  • HHs living on make shift houses or made of materials
  • Food shortage
  • Unemployment
 
POVERTY MAPPING DATA ANALYSIS,2008-2009 (MONCADA, TARLAC)
(Malnourished Children 0-5 years Old)
Barangay Number of Children 0-5) Malnourished Children Rank
Years Magnitude Proportion
Villa 26 2 7.7 1
San Roque 137 9 6.6 2
Santa Lucia West 142 6 4.2 3
Baquero Norte 182 7 3.8 4
San Juan 247 8 3.2 5
Banaoang West 160 4 2.5 6
Poblacion 4 ll9 3 2.5 7
Sta. Maria 250 4 1.6 8
Poblacion 2 168 2 1.2 9
Poblacion 3 88 1 1.1 10
      10 out of 37 barangays have incidence of malnourished children 0-5 years old
      Barangay Villa tops the list of barangays with high incidence of malnourished children 0-5 years old over the number of children 26, 0-5 old has 7.7 proportions.
      Barangays with high incidence of malnourished children 0-5 years old are San Roque, and then followed by Sta Lucia West.
      Three barangays with low incidence of malnourished children 0-5 years old are Barangays Sta. Maria, Poblacion 2 , and Poblacion 3.
 
( Children under 5 years Old who died)
Children under 5 years old who died
Barangay Number of Children under 5 Rank
years old Magnitude Proportion
Poblacion No.2 131 6 6.6 1
Ablang-Sapang 380 1 0.3 2
San Julian 245 1 0.4 3
Tubectubang 238 1 0.4 4
San Juan 211 1 0.5 5
Baquero Norte 150 1 0.7 6
Tolega Sur 131 1 0.4 7
Sta. Lucia East 77 1 1.3 8
Cal;apan 99 1 1 9
      Table shows the top nine out of 37 barangays with high incidence of children under 5 years old who died.
      Poblacion 2 leads the list with l3l children under 5 years old who died
      Brgy. Ablang-Sapang place second with high incidence of death among children under 5 years old
      Out of 9 barangays, calapan has the lowes incidence of death among children under 5 years old
(Women deaths due to pregnancy-related causes)
Number of Children under 1 Women deaths due to pregnancy-
Barangay year old related causes Rank
Magnitude Proportion
Poblacion 2 13 1 7.1 1
Sta. Lucia East 16 1 5.9 2
San Roque 23 1 4.2 3
Sta. Maria 38 1 2.6 4
Baquero Sur 39 1 2.5 5
Ablang-Sapang 88 1 1.1 6
      Six barangays have high incidence of women deaths due to pregnancy-related causes.
      Poblacion 2 is tops the list with a propotion of 7.1
      San Roque ranks second with a proportion of 4.2
      Lowest incidence of women deaths due to prenancy-related causes was recorded in Ablang-Sapang with 1.1 proportion of the total number of children under 1 year old
 
Education
(Children not attending Elementary School (6-12 years old)
Children not Attending High
Barangay No. of Children (6-12 years old School (6-12 years old)
Magnitude
San Leon 172 74
Camposanto Sur 239 62
San Pedro 117 30
Tubectubang 364 92
Poblacion No. 2 217 53
San Roque 176 42
Camposanto 2 321 74
Rizal 207 46
Poblacion 1 119 26
Pobacion 4 130 26
Brgy. San Leon is leads the list with a magnitude of 74
      Lowest incidence of children not attending elementary school is identified is Brgy. Poblacion 4 with 20.3 proportion of the total number of children 6-12 years old.
(Children not attending High school (13-16 years old )
Children not Attending High
Barangay No. of Children (13-16 years old) School (13-16 years old)
Magnitude
San Leon 74 60
San Roque 97 50
Camposanto 2 164 84
Rizal 134 65
Tubectubang 206 96
Capaoayan 181 73
San Juan 138 50
Ablang-Sapang 260 98
Santa Monica 154 54
Burgos 191 55
      Top 10 leading barangays in incidence of not attending High School age 13-16 years old, Barangay San Leon is the top 1 in the list of children not attending high school with 81.1 proportions.
      The lowest incidence of not attending high school with 28.9 proportions is Barangay Burgos.
(Children not attending school (6-16 years old)
    Children no Atending
Barangay No. of Children (13-16 Years old) school (6-16 years old)
    Magnitude
San Leon 246 115
Camposanto 2 485 109
San Roque 273 61
Camposanto Sur 345 59
Tubectubang 570 94
Ablang-Sapang 734 114
Santa Monica 286 42
Rizal 341 49
Capaoayan 563 77
Santa Monica 403 49
      San Leon is the leading barangay in the incidence of children not attending school, age 6-16 years old is the proportion is 46.7, and the top 2 is the Brgy. Camposanto 2 with the no. of children 485 is the proportion is 22.5
      Lowest incidence of children not attending school identified is the Brgy. Sta. Monica with 12.2 proportion of the age of children 6-16 years old.
   (Households living in makeshift housing )
    Households living in
Barangay Number of households makeshift housing
    Magnitude
Tubectubang 491 60
Vil;la 50 5
Mabini 423 36
Camposanto Sur 386 30
Rizal 273 15
Calamay 140 7
San Roque 235 12
Sta. Lucia West 243 12
Camposanto Norte 313 15
Camangaan West 265 10
      There are 10 identified barangay based from the data of households living in makeshift housing, Brgy. Tubectubang is the high incidence idetified with 12.3 proportions, top 2 is the Brgy. Villa with the proportion 10.0.
      Lowest incidence of households living in makeshift housing identified is the Brgy. Poblacion 2 with 3.1 proportion of the total number of household.
(Household who are Informal settlers)
Households who are
Barangay Number of Households Informal setlers
Magnitude
San Julian 492 48
Sta. Lucia East 184 11
Lapsing 443 18
Burgos 458 15
Camposanto Sur 386 11
Ablang -Sapang 737 18
Poblacion 1 170 3
Calamay 140 2
Mabini 423 5
San Juan 389 1
      Top 10 Barangay identified case of household who are Informal settlers, the leading barangay is Brgy. San Julian with 48 magnitudes over the number of household is 492 and the proportion is 9.8. Santa Lucia East is the top 2 have incidence of informal settlers in Moncada.
      Within the top 10 identified, the Brgy. San Juan is the lowest rate of informal settlers with 0.1 proportions.
(Households without access to safe water supply)
Households without access
Barangay Number of Households to safe water supply
  Magnitude
Camangaan East 334 77
Calapan 221 29
Santa Monica 340 33
Ablang-Sapang 737 18
Tubectubang 491 12
Aringin 302 3
Lapsing 443 4
Poblacion 3 149 1
Poblacion 4 273 1
San Julian 492 3
      Top 10 Barangay Identified case of households without access to safer water supply, the leading barangay is Brgy. Camangaan East with 77 magnitudes over the number of household is 334 and proportion is 23.1 Brgy. Calapan is the top 2 have incidence without access water supply in Moncada.
      Within the top 10 identifed, the Brgy. San Juan is the lowest rate of hoseholds without access to safe water supply with 0.6 proportions.
(Households without access to sanitary toilet facilities )
Households without access
Barangay Number of Household to safe water supply
Magnitude
Ablang-Sapang 737 179
Banaoang West 322 37
Banaoang East 239 19
Baquero Sur 255 19
Baquero Norte 314 12
Burgos 458 15
Aringin 302 4
      Identified top 7 barangays having incidence of household without access to sanitary toilet facilities.
      Brgy. Ablang-sapang is the leading incidence of without access to sanitary toilet facilities with 24.4 proportion and the top 2 is the Brgy. Banaoang West.
      Brgy. Banaoang East has a lowest rate with the top 3 incidence of household without access to sanitary toilet facilities with 8.0 proportion of the number of household.
( Household with income below the food thresholds)
Households with income
Barangay Household below the food thresholds
  Magnitude
Maluac 122 109
San  Roque 235 191
Sta. Lucia East 184 141
Sta. Lucia West 243 141
Lapsing 443 315
Camposanto 2 456 308
Poblacin 3 149 98
Paringin 239 131
      There are top barangays identified the incidence of household with inome below the food thresholds is the leading barangay is Maluac has 89.0 proportion with 122 household.
      Brgy. San Roque has 81.3 poportion with 235 household.
      Brgy. Banaoang East has a lowest rate of household with income below the food threshold with 55.0 proportion of the number of household.
IX. SOCIAL SECTOR  
  • Health Services
  1. Health Facilities
 
Health Center / Clinic Type
1)            Rural Health Unit 1 Government
2)            Rural Health Unit 2 Government
3)            Municipal Birthing Home Government
4)            Ablang-Taracatac Medical Clinic Private
5)            Lacuesta-Dizon Medical Clinic Private
6)            Ramos-Cuchapin Clinic Private
7)            Pagala-Macabunga Medical Clinic Private
8)            Vigilia Medical Clinic Private
9)            Paa Medical Clinic Private
10)  Vengco Medical Clinic Private
11)  Bambico- Nool Medical Clinic Private
12)  Dion Dental Clinic Private
13)  Pagala Dental Clinic Private
14)  Rivera Dental Clinic Private
15)  Pascua-Flores Dental Clinic Private
Source: MHO
  1. Municipal Health Personnel/Facilities
PERSONNEL/FACILITIES RHU I RHU II
A.    Personnel
§  Doctor 1 1
§  Nurse 2 1
§  Dentist 1
§  Dental Aide 1
§  Midwife 8 4
§  Sanitary Inspector 1
§  Medical Technologist 1
§  Nursing Attendant 1 1
§  Nutritionist
§  Trained Hilots 5 3
§  Pharmacist
§  OR Attendant
§  Laboratory Aide
§  X-Ray Technician 1
B.     Facilities
§  Bed Capacity
§  X-Ray 1
§  Ambulance
a.       Municipal Use 5
b.      Barangay Use 8
§  Complete Laboratory
§  Barangay Health Stations 5 5
§  Birthing Home 1
§  Physical Therapy Clinic 1
§  Physical therapist 2
§  Ambulance driver 4
§  Utility Aide 1 1
Source: MHO TEN (10) LEADING CAUSES OF MORBIDITY FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS
CAUSES MUNICIPALITY PROVINCIAL
2010 2011 2012 2013
No. % No. % No. % No. %
URTI 2371 54.1 2796 47.8 4024 71.5 50 39.4
HPN 343 7.8 750 12.8 242 4.3 22 17.3
Diarrhea 527 12.0 670 11.4 415 7.4 12 9.4
Skin disease 177 4.0 501 8.6 414 7.4 12 9.4
Asthma 276 6.3 356 6.1 269 4.8 10 7.9
UTI 49 1.1 218 3.7 0 0.0 8 6.3
Gastritis 139 3.2 208 3.6 0 0.0 4 3.1
Pneumonia 334 7.6 197 3.4 94 1.7 4 3.1
Carbuncle 101 2.3 98 1.7 110 2.0 3 2.4
Tuberculosis 63 1.4 58 1.0 60 1.1 2 1.6
Total: 4380 100 5852 100.0 5628 100 127 100
Source: MHO
TEN (10) LEADING CAUSES OF MORTALITY FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS
CAUSES MUNICIPALITY PROVINCIAL
2010 2011 2012 2013
No. % No. % No. % No. %
Pneumonia 40 20.2 27 11.5 14 7.8 50 39.4
Cancer 37 18.7 34 14.5 28 15.6 22 17.3
CYA 27 13.6 41 17.4 42 23.5 12 9.4
Myocardial Infarction 26 13.1 58 24.7 22 12.3 12 9.4
Congestive Heart Failure 21 10.6 10 4.3 7 3.9 10 7.9
COPD 17 8.6 35 14.9 8 4.5 8 6.3
Diabetes 13 6.6 9 3.8 0 0.0 4 3.1
Bronchial Asthma 10 5.1 0 0.0 12 6.7 4 3.1
Renal Failure 0 0.0 7 3.0 10 5.6 3 2.4
Senility 7 3.5 14 6.0 36 20.1 2 1.6
Total 198 100 235 100 179 100 127 100
Source: MHO, Municipal Civil Registry Office
  • Education
Schools Number
·         Public
Primary/Elementary 26
Secondary 5
Tertiary
·         Private 7
Preparatory 1
Prep./Elementary 2
Prep./Elem./High School 3
Secondary (High School) 1
Tertiary
·         Vocational
Public
Private
Day Care Centers 37
Literacy Level:   Public Schools             –           95% Private School             –           4.58%   STUDENT/TEACHER and STUDENT/CLASSROOM RATIO BY LEVEL SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014  
I. SECONDARY Enrollment No. Of Teachers No. of Classrooms Teacher/Student Ratio Classroom/Student Ratio
A.    Private
1.      Moncada Catholic School 614 19 13 1:32 1:32
2.      Plebeian Academy 142 8 4 1:18 1:18
3.      Lord’s Love Academy 74 4 4 1:19 1:19
4.      Interworld Asian Institute 39 4 4 1:10 1:10
B.     PUBLIC
1.      San Julian-Sta. Maria High School 609 23 16 1:26 1:43
2.      Sapang High School 524 19 12 1:29 1:44
3.      San Pedro High School 971 38 22 1:26 1:44
4.      Aringin High School 523 18 12 1:29 1:43
5.      Moncada National High School 1184 31 16 1:38 1:74
II. ELEMENTARY
A.    PRIVATE
1.      TUMC Learning Center 33 2 2 1:16 1:16
2.      Lord’s Love Academy of Moncada 40 3 3 1:13 1:13
3.      St. Raymund Learning Center 25 1 1 1:25 1:25
4.      Interworld Asian Inst. 5 1 1 1:05 1:05
5.      Moncada Catholic School 28 2 1 1:14 1:14
6.      Bible Fellowship Learning Center 48 1 1 1:48 1:48
B.     PUBLIC
b.1. South District 1, 342 47 43 1:28 1:31
b.2. North District 679 28 29 1:24 1:23
Source: Schools-Moncada South and North District   Note: Consolidated Statistical data of the Elementary Schools both in South and North District – DepEd  
III. PRIMARY Enrollment No. Of Teachers No. of Classrooms Teacher/Student Ratio Classroom/Student Ratio
A.    Private
1.      TUMC Learning Center
2.      Lord’s Love Academy of Moncada 90 4 4 1:23 1:23
3.      St. Raymund Learning Center 69 5 4 1:13 1:13
4.      Interworld Asian Inst. 18 3 3 1:06 1:06
5.      Moncada Catholic School 101 5 3 1:20 1:20
6.      Bible Fellowship Learning Center 41 3 3 1:13 1:13
B.     PUBLIC
b.1. South District 2, 813 81 80 1:35 1:35
b.2. North District 1, 298 46 46 1:28 1:28
    IX. ECONOMIC SECTOR 1. Agriculture A. Main Crop – Palay   Secondary Crops: Vegetables and Root Crops   Sweet Potato                     Tomato Turnips                              Eggplant Yellow Corn                     Squash Onion                                Monggo Garlic                                Ampalaya Tobacco                             Okra; etc. Sugarcane  B. Agri-business / Agro-industrial  
  • Inland-fishing
  • Poultry
  • Livestock
  • Fruit bearing trees production
 C. Crop Production  
Major Crops Area % to total Agricultural Land Devoted to Crop Production Total (MT) Value of Production
a.       Rice
Wet Season 5, 775.0 70 37
Dry Season 2, 033.5 45
b.      Corn 1, 920.0 10 26
Vegetables 435.0 4 16
Root Crops 1, 883.6 10 15
Fruit Trees 231.0 2 28
Tobacco 238.0 4 49.1
TOTAL: 12, 516.1 100
 D. Livestock and Poultry   Type                :           No. of Raisers  
  • Poultry :                       5
  • Piggery :                       2
   2. Trade and Commerce  
  • Number of Business Establishments Clustered in the 37 Barangays………..508
  • Public Market Stalls………………………………………………………….500
  An Inventory of Business Establishments  
  • Wholesale Retail/Merchandizing, Variety Stores
  • Eateries and Fast Foods, Bakeshops and catering Services
  • Grains, Rice Milling, Warehousing
  • Banking, Financing (Banco de Oro, MWCC, Pawnshops)
  • Cooperatives
  • Furniture and Appliances
  • Gasoline Filling Stations
  • Motor and Bicycle Parts
  • Communication towers/Cell sites, cable system
  • Educational institutions, recreation
  • Water and Power Supply
  • Agri-products/Tools/Chemicals/Fertilizers
  • RTW’s
  • Construction supplies/concrete products
  • Hardware
  • Electronics, computer
  • Iron works, vulcanizing shops
  • Junkshops
  • Coc lumber and Hardware
  • Resorts
  Moncada is a first (1st) class municipality in terms of income classification.  3. Economic Strategies  A. Ecological Solid Waste Management and Recycling Program  
  • Established in August 1998 under the leadership of former Mayor Estelita M. Aquino
  • Engaged in the production of Organic Fertilizer
  • Operating in the Material Recovery Facility
  • Market Organic Fertilizer costing Php 350.00/bag
 B. Don Benito Wine Processing  
  • Local liquor derived from sweet potato (camote) juice
  • DTI registered
  • Decent and clean facility or processing center
 C. Town Public Market (new building)  D. The New Slaughterhouse / Abbatoir  
  • “AA” class accreditation by the NMIS
  • Regional Awardee – Best Meat Facility – LGU category
4. Occupation and Employment  A. Major Occupation
  • Farming
  • Fishing
 B. Other form of employment/occupation
  • Vendor
  • Teaching
  • Construction workers
  • Proprietors
  • Merchandisers
  • Farm workers
  • Law practitioners
  • Physicians
  • Medical workers
  • Private and government employees
  • Others
 C. Adult Employed (skilled) – 2, 800
  • Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) – 1, 464
Source: OWWA as of 2011  5. Tourism   HISTORICAL LANDMARKS  
  • The MORALES ANCESTRAL HOUSE – is an old wood and brick structure built during the Spanish era, situated adjacent to the public plaza along the national highway. It is today considered a landmark not only because of its colonial structure but also of its historical significance.
It was the residence of the late HON. LUIS MORALES, a brilliant lawyer and statesman who became a Representative of the 1st District of Tarlac in 1912 and then Governor of Tarlac Province in 1922.  
  • LUIS MORALES PARK – the town plaza named after one of the Moncada’s most illustrious sons, the Luis Morales Park is the show window of the town.
Mayor BENITO E. AQUINO initiated the first major beautification work on the park, fenced it and dotted it with marble tables and benches. Two fountains were installed also on both sides of the park.  
  • MONCADA CATHOLIC CHURCH – Newly constructed
    SOCIO-CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS EVENTS  
  • MONCADA TOWN FIESTA – traditionally held every second Saturday and Sunday of February. The annual event has always been one good reason for Moncadenians abroad to come home for a reunion with families and friends.
 
  • FEAST OF ST. RAYMUND NONNATUS – the occasion is in commemoration with the Patron San Ramon Nonnato held every 31st day of August in this predominantly catholic town.
 
  • MONCADA BEAUTY PAGEANT – centerpiece of the fiesta celebrations, the beauty pageant is a colorful production of song and dance featuring the beautiful women of Moncada in their gorgeous best.
  RESORTS  
  • BAR-MAR RESORT – three (3) kilometers north from the town proper in Brgy. Atencio. It offers relaxation with its awesome amenities
  • Calamay Swimming Pool – located in Brgy. Calamay
  • Cajulao-Concepcion Swimming Pool – located in Brgy. Lapsing
  RECREATIONS  
  • Rabege Café – hang-out for refreshments and relaxation with the accompaniment of a live-band music
 
  • Moncada Coliseum – the favorite place of cockfighting aficionados.
 
  • Moncada Public Park and Plaza – ideally located in the town proper where Moncadenians and visitors alike can hold their picnics or just enjoy the sights under a canopy of shade trees and gazebos in front of the plaza.
  XI. INFRASTRUCTURE  A. Public Goods
  • Moncada Public Market
  • Moncada Public Auditorium
  • Municipal Hall
  • Municipal Health Center
  • Legislative Building
  • Concrete Farm to Market Roads
  • School Buildings
B. Facilities
  • Moncada Water District
  • TARELCO I
  • Municipal Slaughter House
  • Children’s Playground
  • Street lights
  • Clean restrooms for public use
  • Drainage system
  • Health Stations (RHU I & II)
  XII. TRANSPORTATION and ACCESS  A. Means of Transportation
  • Bicycle, tricycles, motorcycle
  • Jeepneys, SUVs
  • Buses
  • Private vehicles
B. Water Supply
  • Level I – Shallow well
  • Level II – Deep well, communal water system
  • Level III – Moncada Water District (piped-in)
 
  • CY 2007 – 2, 617 HHs
  • CY 2015 – 5, 130 HHs
C. Power Supply  
  • Electrification
  Residential                  –          8, 686 Commercial                 –              203 Special                         –                27 Street lights                 –                  9 Public building            –                30 Total:                           8, 955   Source: TARELCO I   XIII. ENVIRONMENT  
  • River System
 
  1. Sapang River
  2. Banaoang-Calandong
  3. Morong-Banaoang River
  4. New Course Sapang River
  5. Pantol River
  6. Baca River
  7. Baket-Baket River
  8. San Juan Creek
  9. San Pedro Creek
  10. Calamay Creek
  11. Lapsing Creek
  12. Nibulsa Creek
  13. Bulog Creek
  14. Soco-Lanat Creek
  15. Corregidor Creek
  16. Cawayan-Bugtong Creek
  17. Quitomsang Creek
  18. Balay-Buwaya Creek
  19. Bago-Creek
  20. Bimmulalayaw Creek
  21. Sta Lucia River
  22. Nagsangaan Creek
  23. Inland Fishponds
  • Land Resources
  1. Vast agricultural lands
  2. Vegetarian
  3. Mango plantation
  4. Orchards
 
  • Ecological Solid Waste Management Program
  1. Clean and Green Program
  2. Tree Planting Activities
  3. Production of Organic fertilizer
  4. Material Recovery Facility (MRF)
  • Waste segregation
  • Recycling
  • Composting
  • Processing of organic fertilizer out of biodegradables
 
  1. Sale of Organic fertilizer
  2. Enforcement of Anti-Littering Ordinance
  3. Provision of container bins labeled with biodegradables and non-biodegradables in the public market and public plaza
  4. Information and Education Campaign (IEC) to increase the level of awareness of the townspeople on Solid Waste Management
  XIV. DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM  
  • Rehabilitation of Drainage System
  • Dredging of waterways
  • Disaster Preparedness Program
  • Existing equipments for rescue operations
  • Dump trucks –           6          barangays – 8
  • Ambulances –           5          barangays – 8
  • Wooden boats – 1
  • Chain saw
  • Raincoats, life vests, boots, etc.
  • Trained personnel
  • Fire trucks
  • DRRMC Headquarters/Office
  • Motorpool
  • Bureau of Fire Protection
  1. INSTITUTIONAL FACILITIES
  • MUNICIPAL CIRCUIT TRIAL COURT
  • PHILIPPINE POSTAL OFFICE
  • OFFICE OF THE SENIOR CITIZENS
  • MUNICIPAL HEALTH CENTERS
  • MUNICIPAL LIBRARY
  • ABC HALL (ASSOCIATION OF BARANGAY CAPTAINS)
  • PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE HEADQUARTER
  • LAND BANK EXTENSION OFFICE
  • MONCADA WATER DISTRICT
  • TARELCO I
  • MWCC (MONCADA WOMEN CREDIT COOPERATIVE)
  • CHURCHES OF DIFFERENT RELIGIONS
  XVI. ASSESSMENT OF FINANCIAL CAPACIY  
  • MONCADA – 1st class municipality in terms of income classification
  • SOURCE OF FUNDING
  1. Local Internally Generated Income
  2. Internal Revenue Allotment Share (IRA) from the National Government
  3. Loans/Borrowings
  4. Financial Grant from Foreign agencies, National Government Agencies, NGOs
  XVIII. MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAM  
  1. Concreting of Farm to Market Roads (FMR)
  2. Construction of new school buildings
  3. Renovation of old school buildings
  4. Rehabilitation of Drainage System
  5. Improvement of the Moncada Public Auditorium
  6. Construction of Barangay Health Stations
  7. Flood control projects
  8. Acquisition of equipments for rescue operations
  9. Provision of farm machineries and equipment
  10. Provision of livelihood projects
  11. Skills training for the Out-of-School Youth (OSY)
  12. Ecological Solid Waste Management
  13. Integrated farming (agricultural crops and livestock raising)
  14. Agricultural support to farmers
  • Certified seeds
  • Organic fertilizers
  • Hog dispersal
  • Soil analysis
  1. Human Resources Management and development
  • Capability building program
  • Skills enhancement program
  1. Clean and Green Program

SECTORAL DATA

  SOCIAL SECTOR                                                                                                                    CRIME STATISTICS – Year 2014 PROTECTIVE SERVICES   PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE                                                                                                                     2014
Strength of Police Force 26
 Population to Police Strength Ratio
1:2,000Police Aids (hired by municipal government) NegativeNo. of private security agenciesNegativeFACILITIES & EQUIPMENTNUMBERFinger Printing EquipmentOne (1)Intra-Station radiocom systemOne (1)Police VehiclesNegativeMotorcyclesOne (1)PNP Sub-StationsNegative Source: PNP    
Month Index Crime
Persons Property
Murder Homicide Physical Injuries Rape Sum Robbery Theft Sum Total
January 3 1 4
February 1 1
March 0
April 1 1
May 0
June 1 1
July 2 1 4
August 2 1 1 4
September 0
October 0
November 1 1
December 2 2
TOTAL 0 9 6 1 2 0 18
  SOCIAL SECTOR   CRIME STATISTICS – Year 2014 (Summary)
Month INDEX CRIME NON-INDEX CRIME Total Crime Volume Total Crime Solved Crime Sol. Eff. % Average Monthly Crime Rate
Total Index Crime Total Index Crime Solved Index Crime Sol Eff. % Total Non-Index Crime Total Non-Index Crime Solved Non-Index Crime Sol Eff. %
January 4 4 100% 3 3 100% 7 7 100% 13.88
February 1 1 100% 2 1 50% 3 2 66% 5.95
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 1 1 100% 5 5 100% 6 6 100% 11.9
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 1 1 100% 2 2 100% 3 3 100% 5.95
July 4 4 100% 2 2 100% 6 6 100% 11.90
August 4 3 75% 2 2 100% 6 5 83% 11.90
September 0 0 0 0 0 0
October 0 0 1 1 100% 1 1 100% 1.98
November 1 1 100% 2 2 100% 3 3 100% 5.95
December 2 2 100% 1 1 100% 3 3 100% 5.95
TOTAL 18 17 94% 20 20 95% 38 38 95% 6.28
Source: PNP, 2014     SOCIAL SECTOR     PNP Jail Management Activities
Month Average No. of Inmates committed in jail Average No. of Inmates released from jail Average No. of Inmates jail to court
2013 2014 2013 2014 2013 2014
JANUARY 1
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL 1
MAY
JUNE 3 3
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER 1 1 1
DECEMBER
Source: Moncada PNP   Area and Location of Forestlands by Sub-Category and Primary Use, Year _____  
CATEGORY Location Area(has) %
A. PRODUCTION FOREST
1)      Timber production (natural)
2)      Timber production (plantations)
3)      Agro-forest
4)      Pasture/Grazing Land Capaoayan, Sapang, Banaoang East, Banaoang West 1, 000 has. or more
5)      Mineral Areas
6)      Watershed Areas Sapang, Banaoang West, Banaoang East, Calamay
7)      Community-Based Management Area
8)      Other Special Uses (tourism, fish farms/ponds,etc.) Capaoayan, Banaoang East, Banaoang West, Tubectubang, Baquero Norte, Sapang
    Existing Major Agricultural Crops by Area, Production and Market, Year 2011  
Major Crops Barangay Area Production Product Market
Hectare % Total Volume Value Local Export
1. Rice
    * Wet Season
       a). Irrigated 33 2,929.0 37% 13,180.50 237,249.0
       b). Rainfed 6 2,532.0 32% 10,128.00 182,304.0
     * Dry Season
       a). Inbred 26 1,000.0 14% 5,250.0 94,500.0
       b). Hybrid 1 100.0 1% 900.0 16,200.0
2. Yellow Corn 32 1,835.0 23% 10,092.5 121,110.0
3. Others
    Sweet potato 5 1,250.0 16% 22,500.0 22,500,000.0
    Turnips 3 500.0 6% 9,000.0
  Comparative Agricultural Crop Areas and Production, Y1 – Y2  
Major Crops Barangay Area Volume of Production
2010 2011 Increase/Decrease 2010 2011 Increase/Decrease
1. Rice
    * Wet Season 33 5,461.0 5,461.0 the same 21,943.25 23,308.50 Increased
    * Dry Season 27 1,100.0 1,100.0 the same 5,800.00 6,150.00 Increased
2. Yellow Corn 32 1,835.0 1,835.0 the same 9,175.00 10,092.50 Increased
3. Sweet potato 5 1,250.0 1,250.0 the same 22,500.00 22,500.00 the same
  Existing Agricultural Support Facilities and Services, Year 2011  
Post Harvest Facilities and Support Services Location Type of Ownership (Private, Gov’t., Coop., Company, Individual, etc.) Number Type/Capacity Remarks (whether operational, needs repair, etc.)
1. Milling San Julian Individual 1 Mini Cono Operational
Capaoayan Individual 1 Mini Cono Operational
San Roque Individual 1 Mini Cono Operational
2. Cold Storage
3. Multi-Purpose Drying Ablang-Sapang Barangay Council 2 Operational
    Pavement Aringin Barangay Council 2 Operational
Atencio Barangay Council 1 Operational
Banaoang East Coop./Barangay Council 2 Operational
Banaoang West Coop./Barangay Council 2 Operational
Baquero Norte Barangay Council 1 Operational
Baquero Sur Barangay Council 1 Operational
Burgos Coop. 1 Operational
Calamay Barangay Council/Coop. 2 Operational
Calapan Barangay Council/Coop. 2 Operational
Camangaan West Coop. 1 Operational
Camposanto 2 Barangay Council 2 Operational
Capaoayan Barangay Council 1 Operational
Lapsing Barangay Council 1 Operational
Maluac Barangay Council 1 Operational
Poblacion 3 Barangay Council 1 Operational
Poblacion 4 Barangay Council 1 Operational
Rizal Barangay Council 1 Operational
San Juan Coop./Barangay Council 2 Operational
San Julian Coop./Barangay Council 3 Operational
San Leon Coop. 1 Operational
San Pedro Coop. 1 Operational
Sta. Lucia East Barangay Council 1 Operational
Sta. Lucia West Barangay Council 1 Operational
Sta. Maria Coop./Barangay Council 3 Operational
Sta. Monica Coop. 1 Operational
Tolega Norte Barangay Council 1 Operational
Tolega Sur Barangay Council 1 Operational
Tubectubang Barangay Council 2 Operational
Villa Barangay Council 1 Operational
4. Market Centers
5. Warehouse
6. Others (Fish Storage /
    processing, Fish landing
    ports. Etc.)
  Major and Minor Agriculture Occupation/Groups in Urban and Rural Areas, Year 2011  
Major & Minor Occupation Groups Barangay Urban (Number) Rural (Number) Total
1. Farmers Ablang-Sapang 454 454
Aringin 128 128
Atencio 522 522
Banaoang East 109 109
Banaoang West 190 190
Baquero Norte 126 126
Baquero Sur 48 48
Burgos 69 69
Calamay 54 54
Calapan 100 100
Camangaan East 26 26
Camangaan West 46 46
Camposanto 1 Norte 57 57
Camposanto 1 Sur 46 46
Camposanto 2 81 81
Capaoayan 225 225
Lapsing 94 94
Mabini 111 111
Maluac 96 96
Rizal 46 46
San Juan 102 102
San Julian 92 92
San Leon 60 60
San Pedro 14 14
San Roque 111 111
Sta. Lucia East 75 75
Sta. Maria 168 168
Sta. Monica 113 113
Tolega Norte 90 90
Tolega Sur 122 122
Tubectubang 166 166
Villa 76 76
TOTAL   3817 3817
2. Farm Workers
3. Fisherman
    Agrarian Related Concerns, Year 2011  
Concerns Location Area (has.) No. of Farmer Beneficiaries
A. CARPable Lands      
1)      Covered Ablang Sapang 4.0863 2
Atencio 3.5219 2
Atencio 1.7292 2
Atencio 2.4496 2
Baquero Sur 13.8386 4
Sta. Maria 24.3721 24
2)      To be Covered Sta. Monica 8.0000 6
Capaoayan 8.0000 10
B. Agrarian Reform Communities (ARCs) Banaoang West 1,340.0 1,104
Ablang-Sapang 1,434.0 1,031
    Existing Livestock and Poultry Farms, year 2011  
Type Barangay Area Classification(Commercially, Backyard) Production Product Market
Volume Value
1. Livestock            
–          Goat Camp. I Norte Commercially 100 heads
Mabini Commercially 200 heads
–          Swine Camangaan West Commercially 100 heads
Atencio Commercially 100 heads
Mabini Commercially 100 heads
2. Poultry
–          Broiler Atencio Commercially 6000 heads
Rizal Commercially 5000 heads
–          Layer Atencio Commercially 10000 heads
Mabini Commercially 20000 heads
San Juan Commercially 45000 heads
      Existing Fishing Grounds and Aquaculture Production, Year 2011  
Fishing Grounds Barangay Production Production
Volume Value Local Export
INLAND
1. River Sta. Lucia East/West river 97,000 kilos 5,820,000.00
Suco-Lanat river
Banaoang West river
2. Lakes
3. Marshes/Swamps
4. Fishponds/cages
  Comparative Area Utilization of Significant Agriculture Activities  
Activities 2009 2010 2011
Area % Area % Area %
1. Crop Production 4675.0 58% 5461.0 68% 5461.0 68%
2. Livestock/poultry
3. Fishing 9.7 0.12% 9.7 0.12% 9.7 0.12%
4. Forest Product
    Inventory of Commercial Establishment by Economic Activities City/Municipality: Moncada  
Economic Activities 2010 2011 % Inc/(Dec.) Over Previous Year
No. of Establishments No. of Employments No. of Establishments No. of Employments No. of Establishments No. of Employments
Wholesale and Retail Trade 230 241 .95
Hotel and Restaurants, Transport and Storage 19 23 .83
Communication 35 36 .97
Financial Intermediation 12 12 1.00
Real Estate Renting and Business Activities 5 5 1.00
Public Administration and Defense
Education 5 5 1.00
Health and Social Work 7 7 1.00
Other Community, Social and Personal Services Activities 49 53 .92
Private Household with Employed Persons
Extra Territorial Organizations and Bodies
TOTAL 362 382 7.67
  List of Business Permits Issued by Type City/Municipality: Moncada  
Type of Business Permits Issued 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
      Construction Supplies 6 7 9 8 7
      Agricultural Supplies 10 11 13 12 13
      Dry Goods 14 14 14 16 15
      General Merchandize 9 9 11 9 10
      Gasoline Station 6 6 7 7 7
      Iron Works 3 4 5 4 2
      Junkshop 4 4 6 3 3
      Meat Vendor 21 20 22 18 15
      Palay-buying station 5 7 8 8 7
      Rice retailer 23 23 24 30 24
      Sari-sari Store 33 33 36 32 33
      Catteries/refreshments 23 21 19 25 26
      Pawnshop 8 8 8 10 11
      Bank 1 1 2 1 1
      Computer Services 5 8 11 13 12
    Historical Data on Industrial Areas City/Municipality: Moncada  
Location Industrial Areas (in ha.)
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
1. Mabini·         Poultry·         Piggery 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less)
2. San Juan·         Poultry 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less)
3. Capaoayan·         Poultry 1.8 has 1.8 has 1.8 has
4. San Leon 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m.
5. Lapsing
Source: Planning Office / Primary Survey   Inventory of Existing Industrial Establishment by Manufacturing/Industrial Process: Raw Material Input; Production and Markets City/Municipality: Moncada  
Name of Industrial Establishment Manufacturing Industrial Process Raw Material Production Product Market
Material Source Product Volume Value Local Export (Other)
GBU Construction Supplies and Hardware Concrete Hollow Block Making (CHB) Sand, gravel and cement River from Pangasinan, Tarlac Sand, gravel & CHB; steel bars, pipes, GIs, etc. Thousands of pieces and tons Within Moncada Nearby towns such as Anao and San Manuel
MECO Construction Supplies and Hardware CHB Making Sand, gravel and cement River from Pangasinan, Tarlac Sand, gravel & CHB; steel bars, pipes, GIs, etc. Thousands of pieces and tons Within Moncada Nearby towns
Fourwood CHB Making Sand, gravel and cement River from Pangasinan, Tarlac Sand, gravel & CHB; steel bars, pipes, GIs, etc. Thousands of pieces and tons Within Moncada Nearby towns
King’s CHB Making Sand, gravel and cement River from Pangasinan, Tarlac Sand, gravel & CHB; steel bars, pipes, GIs, etc. Thousands of pieces and tons Within Moncada Nearby towns
  Inventory of Existing Industrial Establishment  
INDUSTRY LAND OWNER BUILDING OWNER LOCATION LAND AREA
Poultry/Piggery Marcos Ng Chua Irene  Hui Man Ying Mabini 1.4716
Poultry/Piggery Edgardo L. Chua Edgardo L. Chua Mabini 1.3027
Poultry YKK Agri. YKK Agri. Ventures Mabini 1.2152
Poultry/Piggery Richard tan & Ma. Fe Lao Richard Tan & Maria Fe Lao Atencio 5.391
Poultry Marcos Ng Chua, Cherry Lou Chua San Marcos Poultry Farm San Juan .8177
Poultry Eric C. Co Say mrd to Ivy Rose So Hu Co Say Eric C. Co Say MRD to Ivy Rose So Hu Co Say Capaoayan 1.8473
  Inventory of Existing Industrial Establishments by intensity and Capitalization, Year 2012 City Municipality: Moncada  
Barangay Name of Industrial Establishment Land Area (hectares) Owner Capitalization Employment
1. Mabini Poultry & piggery (YKK Agri ventures) 5 has. (more or less) Ernesto Lao Yu
2. San Juan Poultry 3 has. (more or less)
3. Capaoayan Poultry 1.8 has.
4. San Leon Poultry 672 sq. m.
5. Lapsing Prestige Farm (poultry) (.0672 ha.) Reinous Davies Go-Tan
  Historical Data on Industrial Areas City/Municipality: Moncada  
Location Industrial Areas (in ha.)
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
1. Mabini·         Poultry·         Piggery 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less) 5 has. (more or less)
2. San Juan·         Poultry 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less) 3 has. (more or less)
3. Capaoayan·         Poultry 1.8 has 1.8 has 1.8 has
4. San Leon 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m. 672. sq.m.
5. Lapsing
Source: Planning Office / Primary Survey   Inventory of Tourism Establishments, Year 2012 City/Municipality: Moncada  
Location (Barangay) Name of Tourism Establishment Area (Hectares) *Type of Tourism Attraction Facilities **Ownership
Poblacion # 1 MONCADA PUBLIC PLAZA 1.2015 has. Man-made, Historical, Cultural Auditorium MONCADA LGU
Atencio BAR-MAR RESORT Man-made Swimming pool, Function room & cottages Private Sector
Poblacion # 1 Morales Clan Old Ancestral House Historical/Antique Old house made of bricks & woods of the durable type Private Sector
Municipal Hall BELENISMO (during Christmas season) Man-made, religious, cultural Manger(belen) made of indigenous materials with fabulous design MONCADA LGU
  *Type of Attraction:   Natural; Man-made: Cultural; Festival (event); Religious, Historical and Others   **Ownership:  LGU; NGA-DOT; PTA; Protected area; A&D lands; Private Sector   Facilities in Existing Tourism Establishments and Markets Catered, Year 2012 City/Municipality: Moncada  
Name of Tourism Establishment *Facilities Present No. of Employees Markets Catered
af ff cf mf ef s/f others Local National International
BAR-MAR Resort .picnic huts.comfort rooms.swimming pool.parking area TelephoneCell phones Function hall 6 townspeople
Moncada Public Plaza .air-conditioned CR.parking area.auditorium.picnic ground TelephoneCell phones Rabege café .recreational park.children’s playground.multi-purpose Stadium 12 townspeople .cultural shows (prov’l., regional, national).sports festival
  *1. Facilities af – accommodation facilities (hotels, resort, picnic huts, cottages, comfort rooms, dressing/change rooms, swimming pool, vehicle parking) ff – financial facilities (banks and money changers) cf – communication facilities (Telecommunications) mf – medical facilities (hospitals, clinics) ef – eating facilities (restaurants and other food and beverage facilities) s/f – shopping facilities (shopping centers/malls, handicraft stores/souvenir shops) others – travel agencies and tour operators, airline offices, passenger ferry/shipping service tourist transport operators, airline offices, passengers ferry/shipping services, tourist transport operators/rent-a-car, churches and other religious facilities, town plaza/parks/zoos, recreational facilities, other entertainment facilities.   Inventory of Tourism by Country/Province of Origin, Year 2007 to Year 2011 City/Municipality: Moncada  
Name of Tourist Attraction/Establishment No. of Tourists/Visitors
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Local Foreign Local Foreign Local Foreign Local Foreign Local Foreign
MONCADA PUBLIC PLAZA 500 10 600 10 1, 000 15 1, 100 22 1, 300 30
BAR-MAR RESORT 600 2 650 2 800 3 800 3 1, 000 5
BELENISMO 600 5 800 4 1, 000 9 1, 200 15 1, 500 20
TOWN FIESTA 1, 000 20 1, 100 25 1, 120 30 1, 200 35 1, 220 40
                        Cultural and Tourism Activities/Festivals City/Municipality: Moncada  
Activity *Frequency of Activity **Duration of Activity
1. Town Fiesta yearly 1st week of February (3 days)
2. St. Raymund Nonnatus Feast day yearly August 31 (1 day only)
3. Moncada Beauty Pageant yearly 2nd week of January (2) (Talent Night & Final)
4. Belenismo yearly Midweek of November – December 31
    *1. Frequency of Activity: yearly, semestral, quarterly or monthly activity   **2. Duration: e.g. number of days the activity is held   Potential Tourist Attraction in the Locality City/Municipality: Moncada  
Barangay *Potential Attraction **Within Forest Land (Area in ha.) Within A & D Lands (Area in ha.)
a) Ablang-Sapang and otherb) rural barangays Agricultural lands·         Turnips farm·         Sweet potato plantation·         Rice and corn fields·         Rivers and creeks ·         Mango farm ·         Vegetation and orchards   6, 000 has