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Total Population 
as of August 2015
1, 722, 006
Population Density
as of August 2015
86.9
Population Growth Rate
2010 - 2015
1.21 %
Gross Regional Domestic Product
as of 2017
164,891,934
GRDP Growth Rate
2016 - 2017
7.3 %
GVA in AHFF
as of 2016
12, 024, 465
GVA in Industry
as of 2016
11, 781, 250
GVA in Services
as of 2016
65, 396, 841
Value of Investments
4th Quarter 2016
PHP 400.3 M
Consumer Price Index(2012=100)
May 2019
117.9
Inflation Rate (2012=100)
May 2019
2.3
PPP (2012=100)
May 2019
0.85
Employment Rate
October 2018
95.5%
Unemployment Rate
October 2018
4.5%
Underemployment Rate
January 2018
14.8%
Poverty Incidence Among Families
2015
14,9 %
Annual Per Capita Poverty Threshold
2015
21,770
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Reference Number: SR 2019-27
Release Date: Friday, June 28, 2019
The National Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS) is designed to provide data useful for monitoring the population and health situation in the country. The NDHS is a nationwide survey conducted every 5 years by the Philippines Statistics Authority (PSA). It aims to provide up-to-date information on fertility, family planning, and maternal and child health. The survey also provides useful inputs to policy formulation and monitoring of activities, researches and programs on health care services during pregnancy and childbirth and after delivery are important for the survival and well-being of both the mother and the infant. Read more about Highlights of the 2017 National Demographic and Health Survey: Information on Child Health and Survival.

Reference Number: SR 2019-26
Release Date: Monday, June 24, 2019
The CPI of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) in May 2019 was 117.9. This was higher by 2.7 index points from the 115.2 CPI of May 2018 using 2012 as base year. In general, the CPI increased reflecting the rise in the average prices of goods and services in all the six provinces of CAR. Read more about May 2019 Price Situation in the Cordillera (Base Year: 2012).

Reference Number: SR 2019-25
Release Date: Monday, June 24, 2019
Poverty threshold refers to the minimum income required for a family or individual to meet the basic food and non-food needs (clothing, housing, transportation, health, and education expenses). If the income falls below the threshold, the individual or family is considered poor. The poverty threshold of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) for the First Semester of 2018 was estimated at PhP12,352 per capita. This means that, an individual needed a minimum monthly average income of PhP2,059 to meet both basic food and non-food needs. This translates to a minimum of PhP10,293 monthly take home income for a family of five to be considered not poor. Read more about First Semester 2018 Poverty Statistics of the Cordillera.

Release Date: Monday, June 24, 2019
The Philippine Statistics Authority - Regional Statistical Services Office Cordillera Administrative Region (PSA-RSSO CAR) emerged as the Top Performing PSA Regional Office in the country during the 2018 PSA Field Awards Night held at the Heritage Hotel, Pasay City on June 21, 2019. Region 8 (Eastern Visayas) ranked second, while MIMAROPA ranked third. Read more about PSA Cordillera tops 2018 PSA Field Awards.

Reference Number: SR 2019-24
Release Date: Friday, May 24, 2019
The result of the July 2018 Labor Force Survey showed that the Cordillera Administrative Region’s labor force participation rate of persons whose age is 15 years old and over was 63.1 percent or about 801 thousand individuals. Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) had an LFPR higher than the national rate of 60.1 percent. From 64.5 percent in July 2017 it dropped by 1.4 percentage points in July 2018 with percentage of 63.1. Read more about July 2018 Labor Force Participation Rate in CAR.

Publications

Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) Asset Accounts for Mineral Resources : 2004 - 2016
This study attempts to measure the metallic and non-metallic mineral reserves in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), specifically gold, copper, silver, sand and gravel, quicklime, slake lime, and limestone. These minerals, in the meantime, have obtainable data from source agencies in the region. The study is based on the United Nations System of Environmental-Economic Accounting 2012 (SEEA) Central Framework
2018 RSET
Now on its 19th edition, the Regional Social and Economic Trends (RSET) for the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) has proven to be very useful for planning and decision-making and for setting policies towards effective governance and improved service delivery at the local level. The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), through its Regional Statistical Services Offices (RSSOs), continues to update and publish local level statistics designed to address the varied statistical needs of planners and policy makers at the subnational level.
Women and Men 2018
The 2018 Statistical Handbook on Women and Men in CAR presents the latest available gender statistics on the different priority sectors in the region through tables and charts with brief analyses. Data for provinces and key cities are also provided whenever possible. Through this publication, the PSA Regional Statistical Services Office-Cordillera Administrative Region (RSSO-CAR) hopes to contribute to the government’s efforts in furthering gender mainstreaming and in fulfilling the various international gender-related commitments of our country.