November 17, 2020
| Dataset date: Nov 16, 2020
This data is about the humanitarian interventions of local/international organizations, faith based organizations, government, private sectors, UN agencies, and Red Cross in the areas affected by the typhoons.
Philippines administrative levels:
(1) Region (Filipino: rehiyon)
(2) Provinces (Filipino: lalawigan, probinsiya) and independent cities (Filipino: lungsod, siyudad/ciudad, dakbayan, lakanbalen)
(3) Municipalities (Filipino: bayan, balen, bungto, banwa, ili) and component cities (Filipino: lungsod, siyudad/ciudad, dakbayan, dakbanwa, lakanbalen)
The original datasets were derived from the boundaries of the Barangays as observed at the end of April 2016 as per the Philippine Geographic Standard Code (PSGC) dataset. It has been generated on the basis of the layer created by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) in the context of the 2015 population census.
Vetting and live service provision by Information Technology Outreach Services (ITOS) with funding from USAID.
OCHA acknowledges PSA and the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority (NAMRIA) as the sources. LMB is the source of official administrative boundaries of the Philippines. In the absence of available official administrative boundary, the IMTWG have agreed to clean and use the PSA administrative boundaries which are used to facilitate data collection of surveys and censuses. The dataset can only be considered as indicative boundaries and not official.
For administrative level 4 (Barangay) please contact the contributor (OCHA Philippines) via this page.
These shapefiles are suitable for database or ArcGIS joins to the sex and age disaggregated population statistics found on HDX here.
Sex and age disaggregated population data by various administrative levels (1 to 4) based on 2015 Census with Philippines Standard Geographic Code (PSGC).
These CSV population statistics files are suitable for database or ArcGIS joins to the shapefiles found on HDX here.
March 5, 2020
| Dataset date: Jan 23, 2020
A series of earthquakes occured in provinces of Cotabato (North Cotabato) and Davao del Sur, between 16 and 31 October and December 2019, respectively. These earthquakes caused significant displacement, loss of lives and extensive damage to properties and infrastructure. This data is reflects the humanitarian activities done by the government, civil society organizations, Red Cross, and UN agencies to the affected population.
February 11, 2020
| Dataset date: Jan 27, 2020
This data is about the completed, ongoing and planned humanitarian activities related to the Taal volcano eruption by the government, civil society organizations, clusters, Red Cross, UN agencies and private individuals to people displaced in the evacuation centres.
January 8, 2020
| Dataset date: Jun 30, 2018
This data refers to the cumulative number of health workers by profession and by type of facility ownership from 2010 to June 2018, based on the available data from National Database of Human Resources for Health Information System (NDHRHIS) of the Department of Health as of 30 June 2018. Data are reflective of hospitals, clinical laboratories that have self-registered in the NDHRHIS and covered 60% of licensed private and public hospitals and laboratories. Municipalities without data on public/government owned facilities does mean that there are no government-owned facilities rather that no such facilities was captured in the NDHRHIS.
December 27, 2019
| Dataset date: Nov 30, 2019
The data covers all registered Pantawid IP beneficiaries regardless of their program status. The Modified Conditional Cash Transfer Program (MCCT) is a sub-component of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program which is uses modified approach in implementing the CCT program for poor families including homeless, Indigenous People and Families in Need of Special Protection (FNSP).
November 10, 2019
| Dataset date: Sep 10, 2019
Simultaneous law enforcement operations of the Armed Forces of the Philippines against non-state armed groups are reported in the provinces of Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur and Sulu since the first half of March 2019. The “Who What Where” or 3W, is vital for efficient coordination. It maintains updated information on WHO (which organizations) are doing WHAT (which activities), WHERE (in which locations) to help coordination of relief efforts to meet the immediate needs of those affected by the conflict. Such information can help to alleviate duplications, identify possible gaps, better inform decision makers, and allow everyone to ask better questions.