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December 2019 Client Satisfaction Survey: CRS Outlet-Davao

Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Davao Region regularly conducts a Client Satisfaction Survey (CSS) to measure if indeed the office is performing along its vision as solid, responsive and world-class in providing efficient civil registration services. Clients at Civil Registration Service (CRS) Outlet are asked as to the satisfaction on the services they have received. Results are used as reference on initiating specific strategies to improve the services of the office on civil registration

2018 Poverty Estimates of Davao Region

PhP 10,797 needed to stay out of poverty:

Latest estimates released by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) shows that a Davaoeño needed PhP2,159 in 2018 to meet his/her monthly basic requirements to stay out of poverty. Hence, Davaoeño families consisting of five members, the average Filipino family size, must have had a regular source of income amounting to PhP129,559 in 2018 or a monthly income of PhP10,797 to be able to meet their most basic food and non-food needs. Thus, a sole wage earner in a five-member family living in Davao region had to work hard in getting the entire family out of poverty with at most PhP355 income per day.

Palay and Corn Situation and Outlook, April-June 2019, Davao City

The April-June 2019 palay production dropped to 2,871 Metric Ton (MT) from 3,459 MT in 2018 or by 17.0 percent. Likewise, harvest area contracted to 819 hectares from last year’s level of 1,042 hectares. Yield per hectare improved by 5.72 percent from 3.32 MT in 2018 to 3.51 MT in 2019 (Fig. 3). Reduction in harvest areas were accounted to unrealized plantings in some areas in Calinan, Tugbok, Buhangin and Paquibato districts due to inadequate water supply during the first quarter of 2019.

June 2019 Client Satisfaction Survey: CRS Outlet-Davao City

Philippine Statistics Authority’s (PSA) vision is to be solid, responsive and world-class authority on quality statistics and civil registration. A Client Satisfaction Survey (CSS) is regularly conducted to measure if indeed the office is performing as it envisions – Solid, Responsive and World-Class. Clients at the CRS Outlet are asked if are satisfied of the services they have received. Also, results can be used to initiate specific strategies to improve its services.
Highlights of the Results of the June 2019 Client Satisfaction Survey

The June 2019 Client Satisfaction Survey, conducted last 17-21 June, 2019, posted a +85.5% satisfaction rate. Satisfaction rating is measured as the percentage of clients surveyed during the reference period who were either satisfied or very satisfied with PSA’s civil registry services.

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