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Civil Registration Matters
Free Birth Registration in Support of the Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program (4Ps)

Unregistered Indigenous Peoples, members of indigent family and other marginalized sectors of the society will now enjoy their rights to a name and nationality through the FREE BIRTH REGISTRATION PROJECT. This is pursuant to the Memorandum of Agreement entered into by the National Statistics Office, Department of Social Welfare and Development and the Department of the Interior and Local Government signed last April 25, 2011.

The free birth registration project waives fees for both timely and delayed registration. The project will run for the whole month of May 2011.

In this regard, NSO Administrator and Civil Registrar General Carmelita N. Ericta issued Memorandum Circular No. 2011-9 dated April 26, 2011 enjoining all City/Municipal Civil Registrars to accept both timely and delayed birth registration for May 2011 from the Indigenous Peoples, indigent families and their children, and other marginalized sector.


Civil Registration is a continuous, permanent, compulsory recording of vital events occurring in the life of an individual such as birth, marriage, and death, as well as all court decrees, and legal instruments affecting his civil status in appropriate registers as mandated by Act No. 3753, the Civil Registry Law.


Civil Registration Brochures

- What You Need to Know About CIVIL REGISTRATION

- What You Need to Know About Birth Registration of Children in Need of Special Protection   (CNSP)

- What You Need to Know About Civil Registration for Indigenous Cultural Communities/    Indigenous

- What You Need to Know About Administrative Order Number 1, Series of 2007 (Solemnizing   Officer

- What You Need To Know About Republic Act 9048

- What You Need to Know About Republic Act 9255


*FAQ on Civil Registration

Population as of
August 1, 2015
  Philippines    100,981,437
  NCR              12,877,253

Population as of
May 1, 2010
  Philippines    92,337,852
  NCR              11,855,975

Total Household Population (2010)

Philippines      46,458,988
NCR                  5,781,807

Philippines      45,638,990
NCR                  6,015,066

Average Annual Growth Rate (2000-2010)
  Philippines    1.90%
  NCR              1.78%

Employment Rate
  April 2017
    Philippines     94.3%
    NCR               92.8%
Inflation Rate
  August 2017
    Philippines     3.1%
    NCR               4.0%
Average Family Income
    Philippines      ₱235,000   
    NCR                ₱379,000   
    Philippines      ₱206,000
    NCR                ₱356,000
Value of Building Construction
  Q2 2017(Prelim)
     Philippines     ₱75.9 billion
     NCR               ₱22.0 billion  

GDP Annual Growth Rate
  Philippines (2000 based)
Q2 2017   6.5%
Q1 2017
Q4 2016
Q3 2016   7.1%
Q2 2016   7.0%
Q1 2016   6.9%
Q4 2015   6.3%
Q3 2015



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