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Total Population 
as of 01 May 2020
1, 797, 660
Population Density
as of 01 May 2020
91
Population Growth Rate
2015 - 2020
0.91 %
Gross Regional Domestic Product
as of 2021
310,587,541
GRDP Growth Rate
2020 - 2021
7.5%
GVA in AHFF
as of 2021
28,726,344
GVA in Industry
as of 2021
78,423,257
GVA in Services
as of 2021
203,432,940
Value of Investments
2nd Quarter 2020
PHP 412.9 M
Consumer Price Index(2018=100)
April 2022
113.6
Inflation Rate (2018=100)
 April 2022
6.3
PPP (2012=100)
November 2021
0.77
Employment Rate
October 2021
92.6%
Unemployment Rate
October 2021
7.4%
Labor Force Participation  Rate
October 2021
62.63%
Poverty Incidence Among Families
2018
8.7 %
Annual Per Capita Poverty Threshold
2018
24,874
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09 February 2023

Inflation in Cordillera continued to rise as it increased further to 7.9 percent in January 2023, from 7.7 percent in December 2022. This is the highest inflation rate in the region since October 2008. Inflation in January 2022 was lower at 4.2 percent. Read more about Press Release: Summary Inflation Report Consumer Price Index (2018=100) Cordillera Administrative Region January 2023

08 February 2023

The Consumer Price Index for all items in Mountain Province for the month of January 2023 was 126.6 using 2018 as base year. This was 0.5 index points higher compared to its preceding month with CPI of 126.1 and 11.3 index points higher compared to the same month of 2022 with 115.3 index points. Read more about PRESS RELEASE : Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Mountain Province: January 2023

08 February 2023

The headline Inflation rate in Kalinga continued to uptrend as it moved further to 11.4 percent in January 2023, from 9.7 percent in December 2022. In January 2022, inflation rate was observed at 3.0 percent. Read more about SPECIAL RELEASE: JANUARY 2023 INFLATION REPORT OF KALINGA (BASE YEAR:2018)

08 February 2023

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) conducted community data validation/data review on the preliminary results of the 2021 Pilot CBMS of Baguio City on 03 February 2023 held at Ion Hotel, Baguio City. The activity was attended by PSA and local government unit (LGU) key officials and staff. Read more about Press Release: PSA conducts data validation on preliminary results of 2021 pilot CBMS of Baguio City

08 February 2023

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) visited the City of Baguio’s Smart City Command Center at the Baguio Convention and Cultural Center last 02 February.2023. Engr. Felipe Puzon facilitated the orientation on the Smart City Command Center. The command center uses state-of-the-art Cisco technology that will revolutionize how the city manages its critical assets, increase capacity to prevent and respond to emergencies and disasters, preserve the environment, speed up government services, improve social and health systems and protect lives and properties. Read more about Press Release: Engr. Puzon Orients PSA on Smart City Initiative of Baguio City

08 February 2023

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) Deputy National Statistician (DNS) Minerva Eloisa P. Esquivias of the Censuses and Technical Coordination Office (CTCO), Assistant National Statistician (ANS) Kristine Joy S. Briones of the Community-Based Statistics Service (CBSS), together with Atty. Eliezer P. Ambatali of the Legal Service and staff from PSA central office, PSA Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and PSA Benguet had a courtesy call with Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong on the Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) at the Baguio City Mayor’s Office last 02 February 2023. Read more about Press Release: PSA officials meet Baguio City Mayor on CBMS

07 February 2023

Data on health indicators presented in this special release were obtained from the results of the Key Indicators Report of the 2022 National Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS). The 2022 NDHS is the seventh Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) conducted in the Philippines in collaboration with the worldwide DHS program, and the 12th in a series of NDHS conducted every five years since 1968. Read more about Special Release: 2022 NATIONAL DEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH SURVEY (NDHS) KEY INDICATORS: TEENAGE PREGNANCY

07 February 2023

The Palay Production Survey (PPS) is one of the major agricultural surveys conducted by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). This generates estimates on palay production, area, yield, and other production-related data that serve as inputs for policy making and programs on palay/rice. Read more about Special Release: 2022 Palay Production in the Cordillera

07 February 2023

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) generates statistics for freshwater municipal aquaculture and municipal inland fishing. Production of Quarterly Inland Municipal and Quarterly Aquaculture Surveys are conducted in sample aquaculture farms and sample inland fishing households. The respondents of the surveys are aquafarm operators, fishermen or other knowledgeable members of the household. Generated quarterly fisheries production is included in the quarterly data review process of the PSA at the provincial, regional and national levels. After the data validation, preliminary estimates are made available to data users. Read more about Special Release: 1st Semester 2022 Cordillera Fisheries Situationer

07 February 2023

The CPI is most widely used to calculate inflation rate and the purchasing power of peso. It is a major statistical series used for economic analysis and as monitoring indicator of government economic policy. It is also used to adjust other economic series for price changes. For example, CPI components are used as deflators for most personal consumption expenditures (PCE) in the calculation in the Gross National Product (GNP). Another major importance of the CPI is its use as basis to adjust wages in labor management contracts as well as pensions and retirement benefits. Increases in wages through collective bargaining agreements used the CPI as one of their bases. Read more about Special Release on January 2023 Price Situation in the Province of Ifugao (Base Year: 2018)

07 February 2023

This Special Release presents data on birth certificates registered in the Local Civil Registry Offices in the ten municipalities of the province for 2021 and 2022 and forwarded to the Office of the Civil Registrar General. Data were tabulated from the DVSS. Thus, statistics presented here is preliminary. Read more about SPECIAL RELEASE : HIGHLIGHTS OF THE REGISTERED BIRTHS MOUNTAIN PROVINCE: 2022

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Women and Men in CAR 2022
2022 Regional and Social Economic Trends (RSET)
The RSET is a compendium of local level statistics, presents annual time series data on various sectors of the region and its component provinces, cities, and municipalities.
2021 Regional and Social Economic Trends (RSET)
The RSET is a compendium of local level statistics, presents annual time series data on various sectors of the region and its component provinces, cities, and municipalities.
Annual Report 2021
The publication highlights the 2021 activities and outputs of PSA-RSSO-CAR under statistical operations, statistical planning and coordination, statistical frameworks and indicators system, civil registration, financial, administrative and human resource management, information dissemination and partnership and linkages. It also features the awards and recognitions received by PSA-RSSO-CAR.