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Provincial Statistics

Enrique Villanueva
San Juan
Siquijor (Capital)
Price Indices
June 2022
May 2022
Consumer Price Index (2018=100)
Inflation Rate
7.9 6.8
Purchasing power of the peso
Domestic Trade (Outbound)
May 2022
April 2022
Coastwise trade
488.897 543.259
Number of Passengers
55,546 37,546
*(Quantity in ten thousand tons; value in P10,000)
Registered Vital Statistics
June 2022
May 2022
33 48
94 73
*raw data
Construction Statistics
June 2022
May 2022
Enrique Villanueva
4 1
4 6
3 0
3 0
San Juan
13 9
5 22

PSA Data Archive

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Latest in Siquijor

Reference Number: 2022-SR61-009
Release Date: 12 May 2022
Total population in Siquijor comprises 1.3 percent of the total population of Central Visayas As of 01 May 2020, Region VII has a total population of 8,081,988 persons while Siquijor has a total count of 103,395 persons, which shares 1.3 percent to Central Visayas. The household population and number of households of the province reached a total of 103,014 and 25,805, respectively. (Table A.) Included in the total population of Siquijor is the institutional population with a total count of 381 persons. These are the persons residing in collective or institutional living quarters such as hospitals, orphanages, military camps, homes for the aged, jails and others.Read more about Household Population, Number of Households, and Average Household Size in Siquijor (2020 Census of Population and Housing) .


Reference Number: 2022-SR61-008
Release Date: 10 May 2022
Registered marriages in 2020 at 161 One hundred sixty-one (161) couples tied the knot in the province of Siquijor in 2020, of which the municipalities of Siquijor (capital) and Lazi registered the highest number of marriages at 44 and 34, respectively, thus accounted for 27.3% and 21.1%. The municipality of Maria registered the least number of marriages at 16 or 10% of the total number. Read more about MARRIAGE STATISTICS IN SIQUIJOR: 2020.


Reference Number: 2022-SR61-007
Release Date: 6 May 2022
Decrease in number of registered live births: 2020-2021 The province of Siquijor is experiencing a decrease in the number of registered live births between the years 2020 and 2021. The figure below shows the decreasing number of live births registered all throughout the six (6) municipalities in the province. There were 1,035 total live births registered in 2021, which is 272 live births lower compared to the total registered live births in 2020 pegged at 1,307. Read more about BIRTH STATISTICS IN SIQUIJOR.


Reference Number: 2022-NA61-015
Release Date: 27 April 2022
PhilSys Birth Registration Assistance Project (PhilBRAP) will be implemented in the country to ensure that all births of Filipinos are registered in the Local Civil Registry Offices (LCROs). This project also supports the Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Decade (CRVS) 2015- 2024 campaign in improving civil registration. In conformity with this, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) supports this project and has signed a Memorandum of Agreement in each Local Chief Executive of the six (6) municipalities in the province of Siquijor. Read more about PSA signs MOA with the Local Chief Executives in relation to PhilBRAP.


Reference Number: 2022-SR61-006
Release Date: 20 April 2022
Siquijor CPI increases at 111.2 in March As of March 2022 the survey of retail prices of commodities conducted by Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) in Siquijor Province has generated a CPI of 111.2 using 2018 as the base year. It increases at 1.40 from 109.8 in February 2022. During the same period in March 2021, the CPI was at 106.5. The CPI for March 2022 period implied that the cost of a basket of goods and services commonly purchased by typical Filipino households in the Province of Siquijor was at an average of P111.2. Price indices are used for economic analysis and as a monitoring indicator of government’s economic policy. CPI is most widely used in the calculation of the inflation rate and purchasing power of peso. It is an indicator of the changes in the average retail prices of a fixed basket of goods and services commonly purchased by Siquijodnons relative to the base year. Figure 1 shows the graph of CPI for all items from March 2021 to March 2022. Read more about March of 2022 Consumer Price Index (CPI), Inflation Rate (IR) and Purchasing Power of Peso (PPP) of Siquijor Province.