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Region VII - Central Visayas

Engr. ARIEL E. FLORENDO
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Regional Statistical Figures

Demography
as of 01 May 2020
Total Population
8,081,988
Population Density (persons per sq. km.)
509
Annual Population Growth
Rate (2015-2020)
1.88
Average Household Size 4.1
Price Indices
May 2022
Consumer Price Index
(2018=100)
110.2
Inflation Rate
5.3
Purchasing power
of the peso
0.91

 

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Latest in Central Visayas

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-032
Release Date: 7 November 2022
Inflation in Central Visayas, on the contrary, eased to 7.9 percent in October 2022, after four consecutive months of acceleration. With this month’s inflation, the region’s average inflation from January to October 2022 stood at 6.2 percent. In October 2021, inflation rate in the region stood at 2.4 percent. (Table A, B and Figure 1) Read more about Summary Inflation Report in Central Visayas, Consumer Price Index (2018=100): October 2022.

 

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-031
Release Date: 7 November 2022
For the year 2021, registered births by usual residence of mother in Central Visayas reached 111,920, which contributed to 8.2 percent to the total 1,364,739 registered births in the Philippines including births in the foreign country. Central Visayas ranked fourth with highest number of registered births in the country. (See Figure 1.) Read more about Birth Statistics in Central Visayas, 2021 Preliminary.

 

Reference Number: 2022-NA07-013
Release Date: 27 October 2022
Central Visayas Poor Population is estimated at 27.6 percent in 2021
The Philippine Statistics Authority Region 7 (PSA 7) conducted the Regional Data Dissemination Forum on the 2021 Full Year Official Poverty Statistics in Central Visayas via blended set-up at Bai Hotel Cebu, Mandaue City. Usec. Dennis S. Mapa, National Statistician and Civil Registrar General of the Philippine Statistics Authority announced that the proportion of poor individuals in Central Visayas was estimated at 27.6 percent in 2021. This means that 27 out of 100 Filipinos whose income were below the amount needed to buy their basic food and non-food needs. He further mentioned that the poverty incidence among the population in Central Visayas was observed to be higher than the national poverty incidence among population, which was estimated at 18.1 percent in 2021, 16.7 percent in 2018, and 23.5 percent in 2015. Meanwhile, poverty incidence among Filipino families in Central Visayas in 2021 was estimated at 22.1 percent. This means that 22 out of 100 families have incomes below the amount needed to buy their basic food and non-food needs in 2021. An increase of 8.7 percentage points was recorded from the 2018 estimate at 13.4 percent and a decrease of 2.8 percentage point from 2015 which was recorded at 24.9 percent. The poverty incidence among families in Central Visayas was observed to be higher than the national poverty incidence among families which was estimated at 13.2 percent in 2021, 12.1 percent in 2018, and 18.0 percent in 2015. Read more about Central Visayas Poor Population is estimated at 27.6 percent in 2021.

 

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-030
Release Date: 25 October 2022
At national level, a total of 879,429 registered deaths were reported for the year 2021. Central Visayas contributed to 67,814 registered deaths or 7.7 percent of registered deaths in the country. The region ranked fifth in terms of highest number of deaths recorded. Read more about Death Statistics in Central Visayas, 2021 Preliminary.

 

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-029
Release Date: 24 October 2022
Poverty incidence among Filipino families in Central Visayas in 2021 was estimated at 22.1 percent. This means that 22 out of 100 families have incomes below the amount needed to buy their basic food and non-food needs in 2021. An increase of 8.7 percentage points was recorded from the 2018 estimate at 13.4 percent and a decrease of 2.8 percentage points from 2015 which was recorded at 24.9 percent Read more about 2021 Full Year Official Poverty Statistics in Central Visayas.

 

Reference Number: 2022-PR07-017
Release Date: 12 October 2022
The Philippine Statistics Authority- Regional Statistical Services Office VII (PSA RSSO VII) announces the conduct of the Regional Data Dissemination Forum on the 2021 Full Year Official Poverty Statistics in Central Visayas on 14 October 2022 (Friday) at 8:30 a.m. at Bai Hotel Cebu, Ouano Ave, corner C.D.Seno, Mandaue City and virtual platform through zoom. PSA Undersecretary Dennis S. Mapa, Ph.D., National Statistician and Civil Registrar General, will be the resource person for the said data dissemination forum. Read more about PSA RSSO VII will disseminate the Results of the 2021 Full Year Official Poverty Statistics.

 

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-028
Release Date: 7 October 2022
Similar to the trend at the national level, inflation in Central Visayas rose to 8.1 percent in September 2022, from 7.4 percent in August 2022. In September 2021, inflation rate in the region stood at 2.2 percent. (Table A, B and Figure 1) Inflation rate during the month was the highest since January 2019. With this month’s inflation, the region’s average inflation from January to September 2022 stood at 6.0 percent. Read more about Summary Inflation Report in Central Visayas, Consumer Price Index (2018=100): September 2022.

 

Reference Number: 2022-PR07-016
Release Date: 3 October 2022
Philippine Statistics Authority - Region VII is enjoining all stakeholders to actively participate and support the celebration of the 33rd National Statistics Month (NSM) and the Conduct of the 15th National Convention on Statistics (NCS) this October 2022. Pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 647, "Declaring the Month of October of Every Year as the National Statistics Month”, the NSM is annually observed nationwide. The NSM aims to: 1) promote, enhance, and instill awareness and appreciation of the importance and value of statistics to the different sectors of the society; and 2) elicit the cooperation and support of the general-public in upgrading the quality and standards of statistics in the country. Read more about PSA 7 Enjoins All Stakeholders to Participate and Support the Celebration of the 33rd NSM and the Conduct of the 15th NCS.

 

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-027
Release Date: 7 September 2022
Inflation in Central Visayas, on the contrary, increased to 7.4 in August 2022, from 6.9 percent in July 2022. In August 2021, inflation rate in the region stood at 1.9 percent. Read more about Summary Inflation Report in Central Visayas, Consumer Price Index (2018=100): August 2022.

 

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-026
Release Date: 30 August 2022
For the year 2020, registered births by usual residence of mother in Central Visayas reached to 128,149 which contributed to 8.4 percent to the total 1,528,684 registered births in the Philippines including births in the foreign country. The region ranked 4th in all regions with highest number of reported births in the country. Read more about Birth Statistics in Central Visayas, Year 2020.

 

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-025
Release Date: 10 August 2022
Similar to the trend at the national level, inflation in Central Visayas continued to move at a higher rate of 6.9 percent in July 2022. In the previous month, inflation rate stood at 5.7 percent and in July of the previous year, it was lower at 1.5 percent. (Table A, B and Figure 1) Inflation rate during the month was the highest since January 2019. With this month’s inflation, the regions’ average inflation from January to July 2022 stood at 5.5 percent. (Table B) The acceleration of inflation in Central Visayas in July 2022 was primarily due to the higher annual growths in the Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages index, at 8.5 percent; and transport index, at 23.6 percent. (Table 3) Read more about Summary Inflation Report in Central Visayas, Consumer Price Index (2018=100): July 2022.

 

Reference Number: 2022-PR07-015
Release Date: 4 August 2022
The Philippine Statistics Authority - Regional Statistical Services Office VII (PSA RSSO VII) announces the conduct of the Press Launch for the Nationwide Roll-out of the Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) on 08 August 2022 (Monday) at 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Golden Prince Hotel & Suites, Acacia St., Cebu City, and virtual platform through zoom. Read more about PSA RSSO VII to hold a Press Launch for the 2022 CBMS Nationwide Roll-out.

 

Reference Number: 2022-PR07-014
Release Date: 21 July 2022
Former President Rodrigo Roa Duterte through Executive Order No. 162 institutionalized the acceptance of the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) number as sufficient proof of identity and age in all government and private transactions. Pursuant to RA 11055, an individual’s record in the PhilSys shall be considered as sufficient proof of identity and age in all public and private transactions. The PhilSys shall be the government’s central identification platform for all citizens and resident aliens of the country. Furthermore, the PhilID shall serve as the official government-issued identification document and official proof of identity of cardholders in dealing with all NGAs, instrumentalities, departments, bureaus, offices, LGUs, GOCCs, GFIs, State Universities and Colleges, and other chartered institutions and private sector entities. Read more about Institutionalizing the Acceptance of PhilSys Number as Sufficient Proof of Identity and Age in all Government and Private Transactions.

 

Reference Number: 2022-NA07-012
Release Date: 15 July 2022
28 June 2022 - The Philippine Statistics Authority Region 7 (PSA 7) conducted the Regional Data Dissemination Forum on the 2021 Performance of Agriculture and Fisheries in Central Visayas via blended set-up at Golden Prince Hotel & Suites, Cebu City. The Forum was conducted to present the volume and value of agriculture and fisheries in the Region. The said forum was attended by the different Regional Line Agencies in Central Visayas, members of the Regional Statistics Committee (RSC), academe, media personnel, Officials from PSA Central Office, and the discussant/resource speakers from the Department of Agriculture 7 (DA 7) Mr. Elvin Milleza, Project Evaluation Officer IV and Ms. Marina Viniegas, Agricultural Center Chief II. This is the first time that PSA 7 has done a Data Dissemination Forum on the performance of agriculture and fisheries of the region. Read more about PSA 7 Conducts Regional Data Dissemination Forum on the 2021 Performance of Agriculture and Fisheries in Central Visayas .

 

Reference Number: 2022-SR07-024
Release Date: 7 July 2022
The inflation rate in Central Visayas similarly increased further to 5.7 percent in June 2022 from 5.3 percent in the previous month. This brings the regional average inflation from January to June 2022 at 5.2 percent. In June 2021, inflation was at 1.5 percent. (Table A, B and Figure 1) Central Visayas and all other regions posted higher inflation in June 2022. The uptrend of inflation in Central Visayas for the month of June 2022 was mainly attributed to the higher annual increase in Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages index at 7.0 percent. (Table 3) Read more about Summary Inflation Report in Central Visayas, Consumer Price Index (2018=100): June 2022.