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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), November 2022 119.6
Inflation Rate, (2018-based), November 2022 9.7 %
Purchasing Power of Peso, (2018-based), November 2022 .84
Labor and Employment  
Employment Rate, July 2022 97.1%
Labor Force Participation Rate, July 2022 62.7%


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Reference Number: 2021-02A
Release Date: Thursday, April 15, 2021
An average of 240 registered babies born daily in the region. A total of 87,770 live births was registered in Davao Region in 2019 which is equivalent to a crude birth rate (CBR) of 16.8 or 17 births per thousand population. On the average, there were about 240 registered babies born daily or 10 babies per hour. The number of registered live births from 2009 to 2016 showed an increasing trend, except in the year 2013. A decreasing trend was observed from 2016 to 2019 (Figure 1 and Table 1). In the region, more than half (52.4%) of the babies registered were males (46,001), while females comprised of 41,769 or 47.6 percent. This resulted to a sex ratio of 110 male babies per 100 female babies. Read more about Special Release - Registered Births in Davao Region: 2019.


Reference Number: 2021-01A
Release Date: Monday, March 8, 2021
Increasing number of Marriages. The number of marriages in Davao Region showed a decreasing trend from 2009 to 2016. It is interesting to note that from 2016 to 2018, the number of marriages in the region was on an increasing trend. From 2018 to 2019, it decreased by 5.9 percent (Table 1 and Figure 1). In 2019, Davao Region recorded a total of 21,901 registered marriages. Most number of couples married in December. Most number of marriages in 2019 occurred in December with 2,384 (10.6% of the total marriages in the region). It was followed by the months of February and June with 10.5 percent and 10.0 percent, respectively (Table 2). Read more about Special Release - Registered Marriages in Davao Region: 2019.


Reference Number: 2021-018
Release Date: Friday, June 25, 2021
The Regional Statistics Committee (RSC) XI held its virtual Second Regular Meeting for the year on 07 June 2021. The following were the business agenda of the meeting: (1) Presentation of the 2020 Economic Performance of Davao Region; (2) Presentation of the latest Philippine Standard Industrial Classification (PSIC); (3) Monitoring Report of the 2020 Implementation of the 2018-2023 Regional Statistical Development Program (RSDP) of Davao Region; (4) Updates on the Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS); Read more about RSC XI conducts Second Regular Meeting.


Reference Number: 2021-017
Release Date: Saturday, June 19, 2021
The year-on-year regional inflation of Davao Region accelerated to 4.1% in May 2021. The current inflation is significantly higher as compared to the previous month at 3.7%, and of the same month of the previous year at 1.9%. Moreover, this is the highest inflation recorded in the region since April 2019. On the other hand, the purchasing power of the peso (PPP) which measures the real value of the peso in a given period relative to a chosen reference period remained at 78 centavos (see Table 1). Read more about Davao Region’s Inflation rose to 4.1% in May 2021.


Reference Number: 2021-016
Release Date: Monday, June 14, 2021
The January - March 2021 palay production at 131,310.68 metric tons was higher than the 2020 level of 129,152.81 metric tons or an increase by 1.67% (Fig. 1). Harvested area expanded from 27,465.70 hectares in 2020 to 29,120.48 hectares in 2021 of the same quarter (Fig. 2). On the other hand, the yield declined from 4.70 to 4.51 metric tons per hectare or lower by 4.04% (Fig. 3). The provinces that contributed significant increments in production were Davao del Sur and Davao Oriental Province by 6.37% and 52.60%, respectively. Read more about PALAY AND CORN QUARTERLY BULLETIN January - March 2021 DAVAO REGION.


Reference Number: 2021-015
Release Date: Thursday, May 27, 2021
Ipinapatupad ng Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Davao Region ang social distancing sa pagkuha ng civil registry document sa PSA Davao CRS Outlet, Ango Bldg., Cabaguio Ave., Davao City sa gitna ng patuloy na implementasyon ng Community Quarantine. inihikayat ng PSA ang publiko na i-avail ang aming online civil registration services sa pamamagitan ng https://www.psaserbilis.com.ph/Default.aspx at https://psahelpline.ph/. Read more about Public Advisory.


Reference Number: 2021-14
Release Date: Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Please be informed that PhilSys Registration Center in PSA Regional Office Cabaguio and other Registration Centers in Davao City will be temporarily suspended until August 31, 2021 in accordance to Executive Order No. 31 series 2021 issued by the City Government of Davao. Read more about Public Advisory.