10625 (Philippine Statistical Act of 2013), is the lead agency tasked to take an inventory of the population of the entire Philippines. 1031 calling on the citizenry “to support and cooperate in the POPCEN 2015 by providing complete and correct information to census enumerators.” The said proclamation also enjoins “all departments, other government agencies, including government-owned or -controlled corporations, as well as local government units (LGUs) to implement and execute the operational plans, directives and orders of the PSA Board through the PSA” relative to the census-taking.About 90 thousand trained census-takers (enumerators), 23 thousand team supervisors, and five thousand census area supervisors will augment the PSA personnel in the gigantic task of taking a complete count of all persons throughout the country, either as members of a household or as residents of an institutional living quarter. The first official census in the Philippines was carried out in 1878 by the colonial Spanish government.Businesses and industries use the statistical information from the census in the identification of sites for establishing businesses and determining consumer demands and supply of labor for the production of various goods and services. PEREZ (Deputy National Statistician) Officer -in-Charge This is to announce that the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) shall conduct the 2015 Census of Population (POPCEN 2015).
Enumerators wearing official POPCEN 2015 IDs will visit and interview every household to ask basic information such as age, sex, marital status, education, and usual occupation.
Muling itinaas ni Sam ang baso papunta sa bibig niya, nakatitig siya sa aking mga mata habang dahan-dahan niyang iniinom ang tubig ay ipinasok ko ang dalawang daliri ko sa loob niya.
Kinalikot ko ang loob ng pekpek ni Sam, unti-unti na ring gumagalaw ang balak niya. Kayrami nang Groups ang may mga kulang na myembro... Hinalikan ko siya sa ilong papunta sa kanyang mapupulang labi na ngayon ay nangangatog sa di ko malamang kadahilanan.
The said census yielded a count of 5,567,685 persons living in the archipelago as of December 31, 1877.
In the last census of this kind conducted in the country in May 2010, the country’s population was placed at 92.34 million.