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Accessibility of government health services in the Bicol River basin area

Lourdes S. Joves

Accessibility of government health services in the Bicol River basin area

by Lourdes S. Joves

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Published by Research & Publications Program, College of Public Administration, University of the Philippines in Padre Faura, Manila .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Philippines,
  • Bicol River Watershed.
    • Subjects:
    • Public health -- Philippines -- Bicol River Watershed.,
    • Rural health services -- Philippines -- Bicol River Watershed.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Lourdes S. Joves for the Urban Functions in Rural Development Project, Center for Policy and Development Studies, University of the Philippines at Los Baños.
      SeriesBicol studies series ;, 10, Research reports / Research & Publications Program, College of Public Administration, University of the Philippines ;, no. 14, Research reports (University of the Philippines. College of Public Administration. Research & Publications Program) ;, no. 14.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA541.P7 B53 1979
      The Physical Object
      Pagination93 leaves :
      Number of Pages93
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3220741M
      LC Control Number83130497

      Bicol River Basin and W atershed Management Project Construction of Access Road DPW H Regional Office 5 completed the concreting of the access . The Source book on Africa’s River Basin Organizations provides information on the or not an organization provides access to in-formation for outsiders. And where they exist No. Basin Name Area of Basin River Length Country/Countries Region .

        Santa Ana River Basin Plan. The Water Quality Control Plan for the Santa Ana River Basin (Region 8) was updated in February , June , and February Important! Please review Notes about the February , June , February and June Basin . The Bicol River after joining the Sipocot River, widens to more than 1, meters across at the estuary before discharging into San Miguel average annual rainfall varies from 2,mm in the southwestern area to 3,mm in the southwestern section of the basin.

      BICOL RIVER BASIN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT Monitor compliance through the implementation of RA Procurement Act by GOCCs, RLAs and LGUs; Develop regional line agencies into globally competitive line agencies/offices by reducing training costs of government/CSC trainings and institute mechanisms to ensure the additional value through. Dost_pagasa, Quezon City, Philippines. M likes. Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.


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Accessibility of government health services in the Bicol River basin area by Lourdes S. Joves Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Basin is a sub-area of the Bicol Region consisting of two provinces-Camarines Sur and Albay-withacres of land, about half of which are arable, and nearly million people. (See Fig. 1.) For decades, the Bicol River Basin has experienced high levels of rural poverty.

stretching ab square kilometers. The river basin is a vast wetland ecosystem that is responsible for the main water supply in the region. Moreover, the river system supports a rich biodiversity and supplies a bounty of materials for economic use.

About two million Filipinos live in the area covered by the Bicol River Basin. The Bicol River Basin (BRB) is drained by two major rivers. These are the Bicol River and the Libmanan River, which meet near Aslong, Libmanan before they finally empty into the San Miguel Bay.

Based on the topographically delineated watershed divide, 43 local government units (LGUs) are situated wholly or partially within the Bicol River Size: 1MB.

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This paper reviews the organization, strategy and impacts of the Bicol River Basin Development Program, and then discusses some of the issues and lessons the Program's experience appears to offer. THE BICOL RIVER BASIN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (a) Background The Bicol region is one of 13 administrative regions in the by: Source: Government of the Philippines.

National Census and Statistics Office. unpublished reports. Substantive analyses verified that, although the entire Bicol River Basin is predominantly rural, municipalities differ significantly in socio-economic characteristics. At its widest, the Bicol river spans up to about 1, meters from opposite banks.

In Balongay, it is meters wide. The new program was tasked to “Coordinate, initiate and carry out formulation, implementation and monitoring of water and watershed policies, studies, management actions and investment in the river basin consistent with the ecological principle of using the river basin.

In financing public health care services, this possibility may be an important consideration. In our survey of health facilities in the sample Bicol barangays, of the (or 73%) facilities which charged fees indicated that fees varied according to the income of patients.

Bicol River Basin Irrigation Development: Project Number: LN Country: or by making any designation of, or reference to, a particular territory or geographic area in this document, the Asian Development Bank does not intend to make any judgments as to the legal or other status of any territory or area.

Subscriber Services Subscribe. With 35 towns, one component city and one chartered city, Camarines Sur is the largest Bicol province with a land area of aboutha, or 30 percent of the region’s total. The province remains on the top of the registry of tourist arrivals in Bicol in. The budget for personal services was shrunk to P billion in from P billion this year, despite the release of the second tranche of salary increases for OP employees.

Ochoa said funds for professional services or consultancies were likewise from P million in. Basin plans set objectives and the measures for developing, protecting and harnessing the resources of the basin in order to achieve these objectives and health and safety of the river itself.

In its most developed form basin planning can bring together a range of different disciplines and themes, from hydrology and engineering to ecology and. Bicol River Basin Development Program, Ann Arbor, MI: Inter university Consortium for Political and Social Research, The Bicol Multipurpose Survey (BMS) was designed to assess the impact of the Bicol River Basin Development Project (BRBDP) on one of the poorest regions in the Philippines.

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Total Area: hectare(s) Background of Site: The Leyte Sab-a Basin is an elongated basin aligned NW-SE situated in the northeast of the island of Leyte, close to Tacloban City.

The extreme north west of the basin is somewhat isolated from the main basin by a ridge running south into the basin. Bicol River Basin. The km 2 Bicol River Basin in Southern Luzon Island, shown in Figure 2, has extensive low‐lying floodplains.

The basin lies on the track of many of the typhoons that cross the Philippines. Consequently, flood mitigation is a determining factor in multisector development. National Economic and Development Authority. Introduction. An archipelago of over 7, islands, the Philippines is the fourth most at-risk country in the world in terms of climate-related natural disasters, such as typhoons, sea level rise, flooding and extreme temperature.

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Rainfall Advisory No. 1 #VIS_PRSD - Mactan Radar Issued at PM, Sunday, 9 August, Weather System: Southwest Monsoon Light to moderate with. Socio Economic and environmental Development Area Manager PLAN International. Bicol River Basin Development Program. Ene – Ene 2 taon 1 buwan.

Economic Researcher Head, Respiratory Therapy Department at Jurong Health Services. Singapore. Eleanor P. Eleanor on: Philippines.Filed under: Bicol River Watershed (Philippines) -- Economic conditions -- Case studies.

Spatial Analysis for Regional Development: A Case Study in the Bicol River Basin of the Philippines, by Dennis A.

Rondinelli (HTML at UNU Press) Filed under: Birth order -- United States -- Case studies.Aimed at providing the Barangays of Baao with potable drinking water, Barangay Waterworks Association was established in with the initial funding assistance of million pesos from the European Economic Development Community through the Bicol River Basin Development Project.