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Income and Expenditures Estimates From The 1999 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey (Preliminary Results)

The total income of all families increased by 6.7 percent to P896.4 billion (in current prices) during the six-month period from April to September 1999 from P 839.9 billion a year earlier. On the other hand, total expenditures of all families rose by 15.3% to P767 billion for the same six-month period in 1999 from P665 billion in 1998. Families belonging to the first to fourth income deciles pooled P 104 billion, which was an increase of P 9.88 billion at current prices or 10.5 percent compared to P94.1 billion in 1998.

Ranking of Provinces for Selected Poverty Indicators Annual Poverty Indicators Survey (APIS) October 1999

Ranking of Provinces for Selected Poverty Indicators is a compilation of fifteen selected minimum basic needs indicators taken from the 1999 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey (APIS). The provinces were arranged based on the percentage of families meeting a particular MBN indicator or poverty correlate from highest to lowest. The province with the highest percentage of families meeting the MBN or were covered by the poverty correlate was ranked 1 and the province with the lowest percentage of families meeting the MBN or were covered by the poverty correlate was ranked 77. However, ranking of provinces with working children was done in the opposite direction. Since the presence of working children in the family is a negative factor for the enabling indicator, the province with the highest percentage of families with working children was given a rank of 77, while the lowest percentage of families was given a rank of 1.

Annual Poverty Indicators Survey (APIS) July 2002 (Preliminary Results)

The 2002 APIS is the third in a series of nationwide poverty indicators survey undertaken by the Philippines National Statistics Office (PNSO) designed to provide access and impact indicators that can be used as inputs to the development of an integrated poverty indicator and monitoring system for the assessment of the government programs on poverty alleviation and for the use of policy makers and planners.

Improved Situation in 2002 (Preliminary Results from the 2002 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey)

The 2002 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey (APIS) is the third in a series of nationwide poverty indicators survey undertaken by the Philippines National Statistics Office (PNSO) designed to provide access and impact indicators that can be used as inputs to the development of an integrated poverty indicator and monitoring system for the assessment of the government programs on poverty alleviation and for the use of policy makers and planners. A total of 38,014 sample households or 92.7 percent were interviewed for the current APIS undertaken last July 2002.

Out-of-school children and youth highest in ARMM (Final Results from the 2002 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey)

In 2002, out-of-school Filipino children and youth were 14.7 percent or 4.84 million out of 32.96 million population aged 6 to 24 years. Among the 16 regions, the percentage was highest in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) (23.1 percent), followed by Central Visayas (18.3 percent), and National Capital Region or NCR (17.2 percent). It was least in Cagayan Valley (10.6 percent) and Cordillera Administrative Region or CAR (10.8 percent).

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