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Submitted: 06 March 2018 Modified: 20 October 2018
HERDIN Record #: R07-CIM-18030611372018

Water sanitation practices in barangay Pakna-an, Mandaue City.

Maureen Ariche,
Arielle Arcenas,
Von Bulosan,
Christoper Co,
Danika Coronel,
Jose Romeo Destura,
Al Ensomo,
Patrick Fortunato,
Kaye Pugo,
Kriss Opada,
Melanie Pad-ay,
Ralph Matthew Posas,
Marc Soco,
Alyssa Tan,
Sophie Verallo,
Christelle Wong-Marcon

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Context/Background: The World Health Organization recognizes access to safe and clean water as a basic human right, essential to human development. Water management includes protection of sources, operation, and maintenance of sanitation facilities, proper drainage, and proper disposal. Objective: This study aimed to identify water sanitation practices commonly employed in Barangay Pakna-an, Mandaue City. Specifically, it aimed to determine a demographic profile, as well as identify the community's sources of water, purification practices, drainage systems and means of garbage disposal. Study Design: Descriptive. Study Setting: Barangay Paknaan, Mandaue City, Cebu. Its land area stretches 168.72 hectares and is divided into 22 zones. The total population as per the 2012 census is 22,500. The estimated number of families is at 7,000. Study Population: 22 zones; population 22,500 (2012 census); estimated number of families 7,000. Maneuver: With permission from Maria Christina D. Gravador, M.D., FPAFP, and Erlinda Posadas, M.D., M.P.H., the researchers produced the data necessary for the study from records of interviews conducted by medical interns from 2013-2015 covering 20 of the 22 zones of barangay Pakna-an. These interviews are structured based on the 2013 Family Health Assessment Form employed by the CIM-CMSS. Data were then tabulated by the researchers, and percentages of the total calculated.  

Publication Type
Thesis/Dissertations
Thesis Degree
MD
Specialization
Medicine
Publication Date
2014
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