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BARANGAY SAN JOSE Community Diagnosis. Total Land Area = 271.04 hectares Agricultural = 252.53 hectares Residential = 10.29 hectares. Population = 1,329 # Households = 269 Average Household size = 5. LIVESTOCK. Goats Carabaos Cattle Pigeons Ducks. Cropping season twice a year

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    1. BARANGAY SAN JOSECommunity Diagnosis

    2. Total Land Area = 271.04 hectares Agricultural = 252.53 hectares Residential = 10.29 hectares

    3. Population = 1,329 # Households = 269 Average Household size = 5

    4. LIVESTOCK Goats Carabaos Cattle Pigeons Ducks

    5. Cropping season twice a year Consist mostly of rice and vegetables

    6. Health and Nutrition Status  Health and nutrition center • Day care center • 1 Public Elementary School  Family planning X BotikangBarangay

    7. Malnourished = 3rd degree

    8. Garbage Disposal System • Self disposal • Burn • Bury • Throw in the canal • No community garbage collection system

    9. - deep well • - elementary school • - health center • - barangay hall •  - waiting shed      PUROK 5 PUROK 6  P R O V I N C I A L R O A D      PUROK 4          PUROK 4     PUROK 1 PUROK 3 •   •                 PUROK 3           PUROK 1    I R R I G A T I O N    PUROK 2 PUROK 1       PUROK 3    PUROK 3     PUROK 2 PUROK 2          

    10. HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDED • Family Planning • Vaccines • Vita – Sangkap • Vitamin A • Timbang Program Mass Feeding • Mother’s Class • Herbal Medicine

    11. PROBLEM TREE Increase susceptibility to illnesses – cough, colds, diarrhea, fever Shift towards traditional medicine – hilot, herbal medicines LACK OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES Poverty – lack of money to buy medicine Logistical Problems – lack of coordination and follow-up Lack of resources – the municipal health center itself lacks medicine

    12. CORE PROBLEM

    13. ROOTS

    14. OBJECTIVE TREE Increase susceptibility to illnesses – cough, colds, diarrhea, fever Shift towards traditional medicine – hilot, herbal medicines LACK OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES Proposal of a new referral system at the barangay level Budget planning at the level of the municipal office to discuss allocation of the money towards health Poverty – lack of money to buy medicine Logistical Problems – lack of coordination and follow-up Lack of resources – the municipal health center itself lacks medicine Focus Group Discussion among brarangay health workers, brgy captain and a representative from the municipal health center Priority Setting – update health status of each barangay in order to determine diseases that have the highest morbidity and mortality

    15. EFFECTS

    16. OBJECTIVE TREE Increase susceptibility to illnesses – cough, colds, diarrhea, fever Shift towards traditional medicine – hilot, herbal medicines Giving seeds to community members and promotion of backyard planting More efficient delivery of medical supplies from municipal health center Herbal medicine teaching class Donations from outside organizations LACK OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES Institutionalize herbal medicine and make it part of the services provided for by the health center Increase access and improved availabiliy of free medicine Poverty – lack of money to buy medicine Logistical Problems – lack of coordination and follow-up Lack of resources – the municipal health center itself lacks medicine