of the content of the previous/ existing HLURB CLUP Guidebooks? Two Comprehensive Plans Mandated by the Local CLUP Guidebook Volume 2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT HLURB would like to acknowledge the assistance of the following in the preparation of this Guide given their active. VOLUME 2: CLUP – ZONING ORDINANCE | ii. Table of Contents. Municipal as provided for in the Ordinance. CLUP Guidebook Volume 3.

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Christer Kjorneberg and Arch. Different levels of fertility and mortality, as well as inmigration and outmigration, cause changes in the composition of the population by age and sex. Areas with considerable unemployment may be determined and the data can guide the planners in redirecting development towards the area to create job opportunities for existing and projected population. Development The indicators of better life or well-being that is, the capacity to do and to be are partly determined by the consumption of goods and services.

Over time, when age-specific fertility rates decline, then obviously, TFR also declines. Refer to Annex 1. Population Projections There are different methods of projecting future population. Rural 1 2 3 Sub total Total Table 3. School age population and the enrollment participation ratios are also derived from population composition characteristics. The IMR is conventionally computed using the formula below: Refer to Table 5 and Annex 3 for relevant concepts on population growth pattern.

Employed persons refer to those engaged in any of the major occupation. In this regard, Step 7 would also essentially require you guiddbook know what the land use categories are Forestlands, Agricultural Lands, Water, etcand it will also require you to conduct your analysis i.

It has been found out that a yuidebook growing at the rate of one 1 percent annually doubles its size in cluup The bars for males are given on the left of the x-axis and the bars for females are vloume the right of the x-axis. Compare the urban and rural household population distribution guidebool the study area.


Make a test to see if you really understand the contents. Men and women to improve their lives guidebpok attain well being which is indicated by long, healthy and productive life enhanced by the fulfillment of their fundamental human rights need these goods and services. The annotated copy I have at home is almost 2 inches thick.

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They do have implications on the status of the population, particularly in terms of age and sex structure. What does TFR mean or tell us?

Basically, we go through everything a local government is about. Population, as defined in the Glossary of Definition of the National statistical Coordination Board NSCB is the total number of individuals in a territory at a specified time.

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Women here consist of married and unmarried women. Based on the said example, the population was growing at the rate of 2. But the composition of dependents changes. For example, if the average number of children born to a woman of reproductive age increased from 3 to 4, this would mean a larger number of children aged 0 to It also provides sample tables and outputs—maps, exposure tables, adaptive capacity scores, and the like—so you get to have a basis in practicing the methods.

Doubling time refers to the length of time a particular population would double its size under a given growth rate. Approved this 7th day of Januaryin Pasig City. Refer to Annex 3 for a more detailed discussion. Rationalised Giidebook System; Kevin Lynch. In other words, the structure of the national population reflects changes in birth rates. What is implied by the age-specific fertility rates?

Rate guiddebook Natural Increase RNI is the speed at which a population is increasing in a given period as a result of the interaction of the natural demographic processes of births and deaths.

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Population density is considered in planning water supply, drainage sewerage and energy systems since the concentration of potential consumers is ideal for the construction of physical facilities such as pipelines and transmission lines. Dependency burdens or dependency ratios can roughly be defined by looking at the proportion of the population normally considered dependents relative to the working age. In the case of these age groups, one could sum it from age group i to n. Moreover, their contributions and capacities along the reproductive spheres need to be recognized as an important component of development.


Crosscutting issues or concerns relating to the Millennium Development Goals particularly those of poverty alleviation, empowerment, and sustainable development will require cross-sectoral and integrated analysis of the causes and effects.

The present and projected size of the population is an equally important input in assessing housing and other basic needs adequacy as well as calculating future demand. Social Services and Welfare Services Data about age cohorts by age and economic circumstances are necessary in quantifying potential social welfare services demand.

For simplification purposes, this manual presents only the mathematical method particularly the geometric and participation rate methods. Housing and Community Development An increasing population connotes an increasing demand for housing with necessary amenities and livelihood opportunities. Other relevant information Discuss other characteristics of the population that may have significance to the planning process such as disabled persons, migration pattern, overseas workers, etc.

Data is relevant to social, infrastructure and economic sectors.

These outcomes or results, in turn affect the population processes at the beginning of planning exercise. Not just any birth or person but female births, the female who replaces her mother.

Age-specific fertility rate is a refinement of GFR by disaggregating fertility rates by age-group of women of reproductive age. Demographic Profiling To provide a comprehensive demographic profile of the planning area, it is imperative that both population processes and population outcomes be taken into explicit considerations.

You learn from it every time you read it.