Table 45 shows that a total of 934 children 0-5 years old were recorded malnourished (underweight and severely underweight) in year 2015. This is less compared to 2014 record of 1285 malnourished children which represent 27 percent decrease. Moreover, there were recorded 49 overweight children. Almost 90 percent of children 0-5 years old were in normal status of nutrition.

 

Table 45.  Nutritional Status of Children 0-5 Years Old, by Sex, by Barangay, Year 2015

Barangay

No. of Children 0-5 Years Old

Overweight

Normal

Underweight

Severely Underweight

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Anoling

117

86

203

1

2

3

106

80

186

7

2

9

3

2

5

Bacungan

75

68

143

0

0

0

47

45

92

27

22

49

1

1

2

Bangbang

77

65

142

0

0

0

67

55

122

9

9

18

1

1

2

Banilad

106

91

197

0

0

0

100

79

179

5

10

15

1

2

3

Buli

66

65

131

0

0

0

56

59

115

6

5

11

4

2

6

Cacawan

277

260

537

2

2

4

249

237

486

22

20

42

4

1

5

Calingag

128

95

223

0

0

0

107

80

187

19

14

33

2

1

3

Del Razon

94

67

161

0

1

1

85

65

150

7

1

8

2

0

2

Guinhawa

147

166

313

0

0

0

137

159

296

9

6

15

1

1

2

Inclanay

83

75

158

1

0

1

79

62

141

2

13

15

1

0

1

Lumambayan

156

140

296

1

0

1

125

122

247

24

15

39

6

3

9

Malaya

47

50

97

0

0

0

41

44

85

5

6

11

1

0

1

Maliangcog

110

84

194

1

0

1

90

70

160

18

13

31

1

1

2

Maningcol

121

89

210

0

0

0

106

75

181

15

14

29

0

0

0

Marayos

89

85

174

0

0

0

78

68

146

6

6

12

5

1

6

Marfrancisco

273

75

348

4

2

6

249

255

504

15

8

23

5

4

9

Nabuslot

33

269

402

0

1

1

120

145

265

11

5

16

2

2

4

Pagalagala

76

153

229

1

0

1

63

43

106

9

7

16

3

3

6

Palayan

117

53

170

2

1

3

104

92

196

11

10

21

0

1

1

Pambisan Malaki

99

104

203

1

0

1

74

64

138

20

10

30

4

8

12

Pambisan Munti

103

82

185

0

0

0

90

67

157

5

8

13

8

5

13

Panggulayan

173

80

253

0

1

1

140

111

251

28

11

39

5

0

5

Papandayan

416

123

539

1

4

5

380

374

754

17

17

34

10

22

32

Pili

177

147

594

9

0

9

154

139

293

17

26

43

6

2

8

Quinabigan

131

167

298

0

0

0

116

131

247

11

3

14

3

1

4

Ranzo

50

135

185

1

0

1

47

52

99

3

4

7

0

1

1

Rosario

114

57

171

0

0

0

110

122

232

3

3

6

1

1

2

Sabang

166

126

2,952

0

0

0

157

162

319

5

6

11

4

1

5

Sta. Isabel

204

169

373

0

0

0

175

161

336

22

28

50

5

3

8

Sta. Maria

90

192

282

2

0

2

89

84

173

1

6

7

0

0

0

Sta. Rita

139

168

307

0

1

1

135

165

300

4

2

6

0

0

0

Sto. Niño

77

61

138

0

0

0

69

54

123

8

6

14

0

1

1

Wawa

247

218

465

0

0

0

233

204

437

13

9

22

0

5

5

Zone I

172

153

325

1

0

1

165

142

307

3

8

11

4

3

7

Zone II

139

141

280

0

0

0

121

124

245

8

14

22

7

3

10

Zone III

112

132

244

3

0

3

106

127

233

3

3

6

1

2

3

Zone IV

46

54

100

2

1

3

44

52

96

0

1

1

0

0

0

Total

4,947

4,615

9,562

33

16

49

4,414

4,170

8,584

398

351

749

101

84

185

 

Barangay Sta. Isabel reported the highest number of underweight children followed by Barangay Bacungan and Cacawan. The highest number of severely underweight children recorded in Barangay Papandayan, Pambisan Malaki and Palayan.

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