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Total Population, May 1, 2020 5,243,539
Annual Population Growth Rate, 2015-2020 1.46%
Average Household Size, May 1, 2020 3.9
Gross Regional Domestic Product, 2021, constant, in billions pesos 882.0
GRDP Growth Rate, 2020-2021 5.9 %
Per capita GRDP, 2021, constant, pesos 164,214
Price Indices  
Consumer Price Index, (2018=100), July 2022 117.3
Inflation Rate, (2018-based), July 2022 8.6%
Purchasing Power of Peso, (2018-based), July 2022 .85
Labor and Employment  
Employment Rate, October 2021 94.5%
Labor Force Participation Rate, October 2021 61.6%


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Reference Number: 2020-001
Release Date: Thursday, January 30, 2020
The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), Regional Statistical Services Office (RSSO) – Davao Region will be conducting a Regional Data Dissemination Forum of the Full Year 2018 Official Poverty Statistics of Davao Region on 31 January 2020 at the Apo View Hotel in Davao City. The activity aims to present the incidence of poverty and other poverty statistics in the region. Likewise, the forum serves as an avenue of discussion on understanding poverty statistics, which could be used as reference to arrive at a better economic planning, decision and policy making, developmental research, and among others. Read more about PSA Davao Region announces the conduct of Regional Data Dissemination Forum on the Full Year 2018 Poverty Statistics.


Reference Number: 2019-015
Release Date: Friday, December 27, 2019
The Regional Statistics Committee (RSC) XI convened its 2019 fourth quarter meeting on 13 December 2019 held at the NEDA-RDC XI Center Conference Hall, Bangkal, Davao City. There were 18 out of 29 members (62.1 percent) attended during the meeting, which was presided by NEDA Regional Director and RSC Chairperson, Director Maria Lourdes D. Lim. During this meeting, following were the business agenda: (1) 30th National Statistics Month Report/14th National Convention on Statistics; Read more about RSC XI conducts 2019 fourth quarter meeting.


Reference Number: 2019-014
Release Date: Monday, November 11, 2019
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)-Davao in coordination with the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-Davao Region hosted the 30th National Statistics Month (NSM) Closing Ceremony on 30 October 2019 at the 3/F Conference Room BSP-Davao, Quirino Ave., Davao City. The collaborative activity was attended by various stakeholders in the region, namely, the National Line Agencies, Local Government Units, academe, media and from the private and public banking sectors. On behalf of BSP-Davao Director Atty. Leonides D. Sumbi, Officer-In-Charge Nestor Bastareche gave the Opening Remarks of the activity. His message focused on data innovation for the effective and sound monetary policy. Read more about Davao Region culminates the 30th National Statistics Month.


Reference Number: 2019-013
Release Date: Thursday, October 17, 2019
Davao Region’s inflation continued to drop to 0.3 in the month of September from 1.5 percent in August 2019. This is the lowest inflation recorded in Davao region since October 2015, in which the inflation rate was 0.7 percent. Relatedly, purchasing power of peso (PPP) remained at 82 centavos. The inflation per province was expected to go down as the Inflation of Davao Region declined. Davao Oriental retained the lowest inflation at negative 1.1 percent in the region, followed by Davao del Norte (0.2%), and Davao del Sur (0.4%). However, Compostela Valley has the highest inflation in the region at 1.2 percent (see Table 1). Read more about Davao Region inflation drops to 0.3% in September 2019.


Reference Number: 2019-012
Release Date: Friday, September 13, 2019
Davao Region’s inflation slowed further to 1.5 percent in August 2019. This is the lowest inflation recorded in Davao region since January 2016, in which the inflation rate was 2.3. Relatedly, purchasing power of peso (PPP) remained at 83 centavos. Expectedly, Inflation rates per province went down, with Davao Oriental having the lowest inflation at negative 0.7 percent, followed by Davao Del Norte (0.9%), and Compostela Valley (1.9). Read more about Davao region’s inflation remained low at 1.5% in August 2019.


Reference Number: 2019-011
Release Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Davao Region’s inflation remains low at 2.1 percent in July 2019. This is the lowest inflation recorded in Davao region for this year. Meanwhile, purchasing power of peso (PPP) stayed at 83 centavos. Inflation rates per province also went down, with Davao Del Sur and Davao Del Norte having the highest inflation at 2.3 percent each, followed by Compostela Valley at 1.6 percent. Davao Oriental retained the lowest inflation in the region at 1.1 percent (see Table 1). Read more about Davao region’s inflation eases to 2.1% in July 2019.


Reference Number: 2019-010
Release Date: Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) ranks 5th among the 69 government agencies, according to Makati Business Club (MBC). Based on The Makati Business Club Executive Outlook Survey (EOS), for the second semester of 2019, released July 24, 2019, majority of 69 government agencies received a positive satisfactory rating from the business executives. The survey determines the perception of the business sector on government leadership and public service. Read more about PSA 5th top agency among 69 government agencies.