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2010 LGU PROFILE

Municipality Former Name Province Region I. BACKGROUND

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TOLOSA INAPUSONG LEYTE VIII

A. Legal basis of its creation( Span pueblo org 1867) Este pueblo llamado Inapusong, fue visita del de Tanauan, de cuya matriz due seperado el ano de 1854, en lo civil, y en lo espiritual el 12 Febrero de 1863, dandole el nombre de Tolosa. Esta enclavo a los 11" 4' 40" latitud, al pie de un elvado monte de quien tomaba nombre, sobre la costa E. de la isla y entre dos rios poeo eaudalosos, Contina por N. con el pueblo de Tanauan a una legua, por S. con el de Dulag, como a dos leguas y por ONO. con el de Dagami, a tres leguas. Su clima es implado, saludable y ventilado menos por parte S. El a de que se abasteen es de pozos, pero de regular guadad. Tiene dos buenas calzades en dereccion a los pueblos de Dulag y Tanuan. El correo se recibe de la cabeeera en dias indeterminados. La Iglesia y tribunal son de nipa, careciendor hasta abora de casa parroquial. Hay una escucla de primeras letras, dotada por las cajas de amunidad. Este pueblo se halla a cargo del R. P. Gura de Tanauan. ESTADO DE LA PARROQUIA Tributos...............................................................697 Alamas.............................................................3048 El Termino de este pueblo comprede hermosas y feraces llanuras que con facilidad pueden disfrutar del beneficio del riego. Por la parte S. se deja ver una serie de montes que, desprendiendose de la cordillera central, corren hasta el mar y dividen el termino de este pueblo con el de Dulag. Dichos montes abundan de buenas maderas, bejucos, cera y caza volatil. El terreno cultivado produce mucho arroz, abaca, cocos y palauan. Sus naturales se dedican a la agricultura, beneficio del abaca y aceite de coco, y a la pesea, cuyos productos conducen a los mercados de Tanauan y Tacloban Source: Huerta, Felix de (1865) Estado Geografico 1

B. Creation C. Political Subdivision: Congressional District No. of Barangays D. Municipal Information Telephone Nos.

Spanish Pueblo org 1867

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Fax No. E-mail Address Municipal Type Municipal Income Classification Total Income

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322 6001 (Mayors Office) 322 6080 (MPDC) 322 6081 (RHU) 527 9095 (CeC) (053) 322 6001 tolo_usa6503@yahoo.com Coastal 5th (2010) PhP 31,707,514.55

GEOGRAPHICAL and PHYSICAL FEATURES Location Geographic Coordinates : : 1102 N Latitude 12502 E Longitude Geographic Boundaries NW SW East Land Area : : : : municipality of Tanauan municipality of Dulag San Pedro Bay 2, 171.51 Has. Area 68.74 1.05 64.46 23.22 1.14 100.03 2 Percent to Total 3.16 0.05 2.97 1.07 0.05 4.61 24 kms. south of Tacloban City, the Provincial capital of Leyte

Land Use Categories: Urban Use Areas Residential Commercial Infrastructure/Utilities Institutional Parks/Playgrounds Open Spaces

Industrial Agriculture Forest Tourism Other Use

15.40 1,837.73 5.44 52.30 2.00

0.71 84.63 0.25 2.41 0.09

Topography The municipality is triangular in shape with its coastline along the Leyte Gulf as the base. The terrain is generally flat. The lowland portions lie along the northern and northeastern side. Mountainous terrain straddles the municipalitys southern boundary with Dulag along Brgy. San Roque, southwest to Brgy. San Vicente and to Catmon Hill in the uplands highest point in Brgy. Capangihan.

Major Rivers/Lakes/ Mountains Guinarona River, Butuan River, Quilao River, Mt. Inapusong, Catmon Hill

No. of Barangays: 15 Barangay Burak Barangay Canmogsay Barangay Cantariwis Barangay Capangihan Barangay Doa Brigida Barangay Imelda Barangay Malbog Barangay Olot Barangay Opong Barangay Poblacion Barangay Quilao Barangay San Roque Barangay San Vicente Barangay Tanghas Barangay Telegrafo

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SOCIAL SECTOR DEMOGRAPHY Total Population (NSO 2007 Census) Growth Rate Population Density (2010) Religion and Culture Dominant Religion Other Denominations Roman Catholic Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints (Mormons), Jehovahs Witness, Iglesia ni Cristo, Protestants Waray-waray 3

16,839 2.12% 8 persons/Ha.

Main Dialect

HEALTH Crude Birth Rate per 1000 inhabitants Death Rate per 1000 inhabitants Infant Mortality Rate per 1000 live births Maternal Mortality Rate Malnutrition Rate Health Facilities No. of Health Center No. of Hospitals No. of Medical Clinics No. of Barangay Health Station No. of Botika ng Barangay Health Personnel No. of Doctors No. of Nurses No. Dentists No. of Midwives No. of Sanitary Inspector No. Brgy. Health Workers No. of Trained Attendants EDUCATION Educational Institutions No. of Pre-Schools No. Center for the Elderly No. of Elementary Schools No. of Secondary Schools No. of Tertiary Schools Enrollment Pre-school Elementary Secondary Tertiary 529 2,699 1,797 258 Public 1 0 0 1 1

16 4.4 11 0 24% Private 0 0 1 0 0

1 1 1 3 1 48 9 Public

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Private

16 (Day Care Centers) 1 12 2 1

1 0 1 1 0

Teacher-Student Ratio Pre-school Elementary Secondary Tertiary

1:31 1:26 1:38 1:10

TOURISM Olot Beach Club, Tadjaw Beach Resort, Maria Rosa Mystica, Ace Arena Farm, Jings Place & Resort, Don Orestes Romualdez Mausoleum, Mt. Inapusong Sacred Heart Shrine, Scout Abello Marker III. INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITIES Road Network 1. National 2. Provincial 3. Municipal 4. Barangay Utilities Water Supply Leyte Metropolitan Water District (LMWD) urban barangays Reinforced Reservoir & Communal Faucets Hand Pumps Open Dug Wells 9.55 kms. 11.18 kms. 5.25 kms. 27.03 kms.

Power Supply DORELCO (Don Orestes Romualdez Electric Company) Communication Local Post Office Community electronic Center (CeC) Globe Telecommunications Smart Telecommunications Sun Cellular Bayantel Corporation Globelines Community eCenter 5