BARANGAY CAMPO HIMOGA-AN

BARANGAY CAMPO HIMOGA-AN


HISTORY

   Barangay CampoHimoga-an got its name from the visayan word “campo” which means “Camp” of the Insular Lumber Company(ILCO) personnel, where housing, a canteen, bodega and locomotive water tank were constructed while Himoga-an was taken from the name of the river traversing the place was located. Literally, CampoHimoga-an is a camp of laborer residents of ILCO.

In 1935, after the camp was completed, a civic-minded citizen named Simeon Templado, convinced all parents in the camp to have a school for their children and a school building was constructed by way of self-help cooperation. Later, they organized the Parent-Teacher Association in which Mr. Templado became president. With his leadership, the PTA passed a resolution requesting the local government of Sagay to release a donation of four (4) hectares of land for the school site and public plaza. The resolution was indorsed by the local government of Sagay to the Bureau of Land (now DENR) which later approved the proposal and survey was then conducted.

Upon completion of the survey, another PTA resolution was passed requesting for the declaration of CampoHimoga-an as one of the barrios of Sagay. After several months, the Municipality of Sagay approved the proposal and declared CampoHimoga-an as a new barrio of Sagay.


PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


Location:

Barangay CampoHimoga-an is located 15 kilometers away from the Poblacion of Sagay City.The proper of barangay has an elevation of 80 meters above sea level per record of NAMRIA.

It is bounded on the North Western by Barangay Malubon; on the NorthEastern by Barangay Rizal; on the South Eastern by Barangay Lopez Jaena& Barangay Bato and on the South Western by Barangay Baviera& Barangay Tadlong, all of Sagay City.

Area:

Barangay Campo Himoga-an has a total land area of 1,202.2400 hectares. Based on the latest Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) of Sagay City for the period of 2006 to 2015, the land area is classified as follows, in hectares:

Residential 8.8012 hectares
Institutional 2.8252 hectares
Agricultural 1,135.1236 hectares
Light Industrial 0.2000 hectares
Open Space/Easement 55.2900 hectares

Type of Soil:

Guimbala-on clay

Climate:

Sagay City has a tropical climate with season not very pronounced, relatively dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year.

Political Boundaries:

Barangay Campo Himoga-an comprisingten (10) puroks, namely:

1. Purok Proper 6. Purok Busay
2. Purok Saiding 7. Purok E-raid
3. Purok Cubay 8. Purok Sadicor
4. Purok Edaño 9. Purok Balud
5. Purok Laiza 10. Purok Riversid

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS


Population:

Based on the Census Population conducted by Philippine Statistic Authority (formerly NSO) Barangay Campo Himoga-an has a total population, as follows, to wit;

Census Year Census Reference Date Population
2015 August 1, 2015 2,242
2010 May 1, 2010 2,089

Population Density:

Per computation as of latest Census Population the population density of Barangay Campo Himoga-an is 1.86 persons/hectare or 186 persons/square kilometer.

Registered Voters:

Barangay Campo Himoga-an has a total registered voters of
1,139, with six (6) precinct numbers as of July 30, 2016 per
record of Commission on Elections(COMELEC) Sagay City.

Religion:

Roman Catholic is the predominant religion of this barangay, however, there are few who belong to other sects.

Cultural:

Barangay Campo Himoga-an celebrates their fiesta every 15th day of May annually spearheaded by men and women of the Catholic faith.

Dialects:

Residents of Barangay CampoHimoga-an speak Hiligaynon/Ilonggo as their common language of communication but they can speak and understand Cebuano, Tagalog and English languages.

Labor and Employment:

The main source of livelihood is farming, with sugarcane as predominant crop in the area.


ECONOMIC PROFILE


Barangay Campo Himoga-an is one of the rural barangay of Sagay City. Its major source of income is based on agriculture. Some residents have sari-sari stores scattered in some puroks to augment their livelihood everyday.

Record showed at NEGOSYO CENTER (One Stop Shop Office ) of Sagay City, Barangay Campo Himoga-an has only three (3) approved business license permits for the year 2016. There are two (2) Sand & Gravel Dealers and one (1) Sugar Production & Trading Services.

Barangay Income and Expenditures for the Past Five years

Year Income (pesos) Expenditures (pesos)
2012 1,399,646.61 1,496,491.16
2013 1,524,706.63 1,733,620.02
2014 1,764,153.63 1,684,975.49
2015 1,973,931.83 2,010,184.82
2016 3,032,173.94 2,328,035.89

Source: Sagay City, Accounting Office


EDUCATION FACILITIES


Barangay has one (1) Public Elementary School which is CampoHimoga-an Elementary School. It has a total enrollees of 250 students. Preparatory has 24 students and Elementary level has 226students per record of Department of Education, Division of Sagay, as of school year 2016-2017.


HEALTH FACILITIES


It has one (1) Health Station and one (1) midwife with fifteen (15) Barangay Health Workers. It has two (2) Day Care Centers and one (1) Barangay Nutrition Scholar.


SPORTS/RECREATION FACILITIES


Barangay CampoHimoga-an has one covered court, ten (10) open standard basketball courts scattered in some puroks for recreational and sports activities.


INFRASTRUCTURES


Transportation:

The mode of transportation is by means of tricycle and public utility jeep. There are other public utility vehicles that pass through the area.

Power Supply:

NONECO is the source of power that supplies the barangay.

Water Supply:

Majority of residents rely on deep wells and dug wells
others obtain their water from Sagay Water District.

Communication:

The only way to communicate the people in this barangay is through radio handsets and cellular phones but cellsites available in the area and depends only on locations where signal can be picked-up.


CURRENT BARANGAY OFFICIALS

Barangay Captain: VICKY B. FERNANDEZ
Barangay Kagawads: LLEPA D. KATALBAS
LANI A. BISMAR
ELVIN E. CANOY, SR.
ISLAND A. GARGAR
ELISEO C. BISMAR
ROMULO B. TAPANAN
ROLDAN A. GARGAR
Barangay Treasurer: ANGELINA O. DECOSTA
Barangay Secretary: MARY GRACE C. ABELARDE