CAMARINES SUR STAT WATCH
Gross Regional Domestic Product
as of 2018regional data
P 187,599,848
GRDP Growth Rate
as of 2017 -  2018, regional data
8.9 %
Per Capita GRDP
as of 2018, regional data
P 29,369
Labor Force Participation Rate
as of April 2019, regional data
60.7 %

 

CAMARINES SUR AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS
2019 2nd & 3rd Quarter
Palay Production
in metric tons, 2nd quarter
   131,756.00  
Corn Production 
in metric tons, 2nd quarter
31,739.00
Commercial Fish Production
in metric tons, 2nd quarter
4,178.11
Inland Municipal Fish Production
in metric tons, 2nd quarter
660.01
Marine Municipal Fish Production
in metric tons, 2nd quarter
4,384.68
Inventory of Carabao
in no. of heads, 3rd quarter
73,807
Inventory of Cattle
in no. of heads, 3rd quarter
23,705
Inventory of Goat
in no. of heads, 3rd quarter
44,048
Inventory of Hog
in no. of heads, 3rd quarter
275,539
Inventory of Chicken
in no. of heads, 3rd quarter
3,790.857
Inventory of Duck
in no. of heads, 3rd quarter
236,324

 

CAMARINES SUR FAST FACTS
1,822,371 - Pop'n  (2010) 1,952,544 - Pop'n (2015)
70 - Dependency Ratio (2015) 1.32 - PGR (2010-2015)
1,104,260 -Voting-Age Pop'n                 (2015) 4.9 - Average Household        Size (2015)
104 - Sex Ratio (2015) 0.8 - IR (October 2019)
0.80 - PPP  (October 2019) 124.4  - CPI (October 2019)

 

VITAL STATISTICS
  OCTOBER 2019
4,668   -   Registered Births 656    -  Registered Marriages
1,241   -   Registered Deaths 26      -  Foetal Deaths
2,000   -   CDLI / AUSF 579    -  AML  

 

TOP 5 CITY / MUNICIPALITY
2015 POPCEN
NAGA CITY                196,003
IRIGA CITY 111,757
LIBMANAN 108,716
PILI 89,545
NABUA 83,874                        

 

POPULATION BY DISTRICT
2015 POPCEN
DISTRICT 1               199,030
DISTRICT 2 324,201
DISTRICT 3 515,040
DISTRICT 4 430,161
DISTRICT 5  484,112                     

 

What's New?
Special Release on Construction Statistics - Q2 2019
Special Release on Consumer Price Index - October 2019
Palay and Corn Situationer - Q3 2019
Special Release 2015 POPCEN - Sinuknipan I, Del Gallego
Special Release 2015 POPCEN - Sto. Domingo, Iriga City
Special Release 2015 POPCEN - San Agustin, Iriga City
Special Release 2015 POPCEN - San Nicolas, Iriga City
Special Release 2015 POPCEN - San Isidro, Iriga City
Special Release 2015 POPCEN - La Purisima, Nabua
Infographic on Construction Statistics - Q2 2019
Infographic on Consumer Price Index - October 2019
Infographic on Agricultural Statistics 
Infographic on Poverty Statistics
Infographic on Consumer Price Index - September 2019
Infographic on Housing Statistics
Infographic on Population Statistics
Camsur QuickStat as of November 2019
Palay and Corn Situationer, Q2 2019 
Infographic on Consumer Price Index - August 2019
Marriage Registration Statistics 2018
Agricultural Statistics Camarines Sur, 2018
Construction Statistics, Q1 2019 (Preliminary Results)
Infographic on Farmgate Prices- Q2 2019
Farmgate Price of Agricultural Commodities, Q2 2019
Special Release on Camarines Sur Fisheries Production First Quarter 2019
Special Release on Retail Prices of Livestock and Poultry in Camarines Sur, First Quarter 2019
 
Special Release on Retail Price of Cereals in Camarines Sur, First Quarter 2019
 
 Women and Men in Camarines Sur  

 

Camarines Sur is situated at the southeastern portion of Luzon, about 450 km south of Manila,  is bounded on the north by the Pacific Ocean, on the east by the Maqueda Channel, on the south by the Province of Albay, on the west by the Ragay Gulf, and on the northwest by the provinces of Camarines Norte and Quezon.With a land area of 5,266 square kilometers,Camarines Sur is composed of five(5) congressional districts, with 35 municipalities and two cities: NAGA CITY, the lone chartered city, is the province's and the region's commercial, educational, financial, and cultural center, while IRIGA CITY, a component city, is the center of the Rinconada area.; composed  1,063 barangays  divided into 1,353 enumeration areas. Noted for its volcanic soil, the province produces abaca, rice and coconut.  Fishing and tourism are the important  activities in its 497 kms shoreline.  The smallest fish “sinarapan” in the world is found in Lake Buhi.  Pili trees, known for its nuts, grow abundantly in Camarines Sur.  The capital town of Pili is named after the fruit. Camarines Sur derived its name from “camarin” the Spanish word for “rice granary” or warehouse.

 

 

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News!

18/10/2019 13:39

Philippine Statistics Authority Camarines Sur Provincial Office Job Vacancies

Philippine Statistics Authority Camarines Sur Provincial Office is in need of Enumerators, Team Supervisors, Census Area Supervisors, and Assistant Census Area Supervisors Applicants must be: ...

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24/10/2019 14:21

COMPUTER AIDED CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SURVEY (CACSS), PSA CAMSUR’S ENTRY IN 2019 PSA INNOVATION SUMMIT

CSS Clemente S.  Manaog presented PSA Camarines Sur’s entry, Computer-Aided Customer Satisfaction Survey (CACSS), to the 2019 PSA Innovation Summit held at the Heritage Hotel Manila, Pasay...

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