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Distance of Health Center

40% 19%
< 1km
1km - 2 km
> 2km
41%

Figure 3.1: The Percentage of Distance to Health Center

The figure above shows that 19% (19) of the respondents walk going to their health
center, while 41% (41) of the respondents commute going to their health centers, and 40% (40) of
the respondents using their cars going to their health centers. Distance is not a hindrance to
maintain their healthy life habit.

Source of Light
0%

Kuryente
Kerosene
Others
100%

Figure 3.2: The Percentage of Using the Source of Light

The figure above shows that 100% (101) of the respondents using the electricity
current for their source of light. However, 0% (101) of the respondents are not using the kerosene
and others for their source of light. The electricity current they are using came from the
technologies.
Figure 3.3: The Percentage of Preferred Method in Drainage System

The figure shows that out of 100% (101) of the respondents 83% (83) of the
respondents have an Open Drainage System, 16% (16) of the respondents have a Blind Drainage
System and 1% (1) of the respondents has another kind of Drainage System. This shows that most
of the respondents used Blind Drainage System to avoid flood and Dengue.

Figure 3.4: The Percentage of Preferred Water Source in the Community

100% (101) of the respondents uses Level 3 as their Source of Water. This shoes
that all of the respondents in the community has a better supply of water.
Segregation of Wastes

46% Yes

54% No

Figure 3.5: The percentage of Respondents Who Segregates Their Waste

The figure above shows that 54% (55) of the respondents segregates their wastes
while 46%(46) of the respondents does not segregate their wastes. This shows that through the
effort of the community, the respondents were informed of their responsibility to the environment.

Methods of Waste Disposal


3%

Collected by Garbage
Trucks
Dumped at a given
location

97%

Figure 3.6: The Percentage of the Preferred Method of Waste Disposal

The figure above shows 97% (98) of the respondents wastes are collected
through a garbage truck. However, 3% (3) of the respondents dump their wastes on a given
location. Through the implementation of the segregation of wastes the respondents and the
community are working hand in hand for the betterment of the environment.
Number of times the waste is
collected

10%

32% Everyday
Once a week
Twice a week
43% Others
15%

Figure 3.7: The Percentage of the Frequency of Waste Collection

The figure above shows that wastes are commonly collected twice a week garnering
43%(44). It is followed by an everyday collection of wastes garnering 32%(32) , the a once a week
collection with 15% (15)and lastly, 10% (10) of them has other frequency of trash collection (eg.
three times a week).Through collecting wastes regularly chances of the presence of vectors are
lessened. The possible disease that may be acquired by the families of the respondents are lessened
as well.

Flooding in the Area

Yes
31%
Yes
No No
69%

Figure 3.8 The percentage of respondents that had experience flooding their respective areas.
The figure above shows that 31 people or 30.69 % of the population experienced
flooding in their respective areas while 70 people or 69.30% of the population did not experience
any flooding in their area. This shows that majority of the population have either many trees or
good-condition drainage in their respective areas.

Community Projects

Without
37% With

With Without
63%

Figure 3.9 The percentage of respondents with and without community projects.

projects in their
The figure above shows that 63% of the population responded that they have community
community while 37% of the population responded that there are no community projects present in
their community. This shows that there are still communities that doesn’t receive any community
projects like free heath check ups or free vaccinations.

Environmental-Health Projects
30% 28% 28%
25%
25%

20%
Tree planting

14% Segregation
15%
Free Vaccine
10% Health check up

5% Others
5%

0%
Tree planting Segregation Free Vaccine Health check Others
up
Figure 3.10 The percentage of the different environmental-health projects present int the respondents’ respective
communities.

The figure above shows that 40 people or 28% of the population responded that in their
community, free health check ups and segregation of trashes are being practiced. Followed by 36
people or 25% of the population responded that free vaccination are available in their community.
20 people or 14% of the population responded that tree planting activities are being practiced in
their community. And lastly, 7 people or 5% of the population responded that they have different
other environmental projects in their community.