VISION

 

“An Ecologically Balanced and Progressive Duero. A Self-Reliant and Healthy People,

Imploring Divine Blessings for Posterity, Harmony, Peace and Security with Oriented Leaders”.

MISSION

“To implement Plans, Projects and Activities that would Redound to the Spiritual,

Social and Economic, Cultural and Political Development of the Duerohanons.”


HISTORY

The Municipality of Duero was created thru a decree of the superior government under Governor General Rafael Echague, started on November 18, 1862 and completed on dated Feb. 11, 1863. The tenienties  of the barangays of Guinsularan and Madua had initiated the creation of the town and parish of Duero. The municipality was named after a very important and beautiful river found in northeastern part of Spain called Rio Duero.  Also, the Duero Parish was established in June 5, 1863 through an ecclesiastical decree signed by Bishop Romualdo Jimeno.

 

During the Spanish regime, practically all the people were farmers and the women were weavers of sinamay and saguran.  Roman Catholicism was introduced to the town in 1860 by a Spanish priest. A convent was constructed in 1868.  In 1879, it had a population of 5,352.  In 2015, per census records, Duero has a population of 17,876 people and to date it is composed of 21 barangays (9-coastal and 12-inland) to wit:

Coastal

Inland

  1. Alejawan
  2. Madua Sur
  3. Madua Norte
  4. Mawi
  5. San Pedro
  6. San Antonio (Pob.)
  7. Itum
  8. Langkis
  9. Guinsularan

 

  1. Angilan
  2. Anibongan
  3. Bangwalog
  4. Cansuhay
  5. Danao
  6. Duay
  7. Lobogon
  8. Mambool
  9. Payao
  10. San Isidro
  11.  Imelda
  12. Taytay

FACTS AND FEATURES

Location
Southeastern Seaboard of Bohol
Congressional District
3rd District
Number of Barangays
21 Barangays (9- Coastal and 12- Inland Barangays)
Income Classification
4th Class
LGU Annual Income
P 46,869,774.00 (Year 2013)
Total Municipal Land Area
5, 889, 6966 hectares
Alienable & Disposable (A & D)
2, 781.000 hectares
Soil Cover
Bolinao Clay, Annam Clay, Faraon Clay and Ubay Clay Loam
River Basins (Watershed Areas)
Alejawan RB, Lumbay RB, Inabanga RB, Corouid RB
Population
17,876 (2015 PSA Census)
Average Population Growth Rate
0.87% (1990-1995 NSO)
Population Density in 2007
2.86 persons/square kilometers
Total Number of Households
3, 879 (2015 CBMS)
Major Industries
Farming, Fishing, Cottage Industry
Literacy Rate
91.97%
Higher Education Institutions
None
Number of Secondary Schools
3 – Public
1 – Private
Number of Primary/ Elem. Schools
11 Primary Schools, 8 Elementary Schools
Language/Dialect
Boholano (Binisaya)
Religion/Religious Affiliation (1990)
Roman Catholic (70.75%)
Main Source of Potable Water
Groundwater
Water Supply
Level 1 Facilities – 17 DW, 270 SW, 3 ODW,     80 functional springs,
Level 2 systems (9 brgys)
Level 3 systems (4 reservoirs serving 16 brgys.)
Ave. Day Water Demand (Projected)
1,894 cum/d,  (CY 2010) (BIWSSMP)
2,409 cu.m./d (CY 2030) (BIWSSMP)
Estimated Groundwater Recharge
38, 785 cu.m./day (average) (SWECO)
Water Demand for Irrigation
22, 680 cu.m./day, (SWECO) (11 existing CIS)
Energization Status (as of CY 2010)
21 Barangays Energized
3,719 or 111% households served/connected
No. of HH w/accessed to San. Toilets
1,461 or 41.7% (CY 2008 PDMS)
Drainage and Sewerage System
None
Number of Barangay Health Stations
6
Number of Hospitals
1 (Private Located at Barangay Langkis)
Number Municipal Health Center
1
Number of Day Care Center
22
Total Road Length
85.367 kilometers (Nat’l-7.382 kms,  Prov’l-17.83kms., Mun. Rd.-5.508 kms., Brgy. Rd-54.655 kms.)
Total Number of Bridges
14
Communication System
No Public Calling Office
Cell Sites: 2 (Smart & Globe)

DUERO BASEMAP AND ROAD NETWORK


DUERO HAZARD MAPS