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Economic Profile

Economy Comparative

2010-2012 Number of Households

Barangay 2010 2011 2012
Bismartz 341 342 378
Bocboc 489 572 572
Buyot 211 217 217
Cabadiangan 98 99 107
Calaocalao 594 593 587
DC Norte 1,302 1,352 1,352
DC Sur 2,273 2,468 2,400
Embayao 244 244 265
Kalubihon 266 266 263
Kasigkot 264 299 265
Kawilihan 202 225 224
Kiara 645 654 654
Kibatang 464 462 466
Mahayahay 196 207 213
Manlamonay 350 332 328
Maraymaray 532 532 532
Mauswagon 207 220 224
Minsalagan 165 168 172
New Nongnongan 480 480 479
New Visayas 215 216 216
Old Nongnongan 682 354 354
Pinamaloy 513 566 567
Pualas 520 524 528
San Antonio East 144 155 171
San Antonio West 328 325 326
San Francisco 124 131 130
San Nicolas 781 880 890
San Roque 169 164 169
Sinangguyan 749 773 797
Total 13,248 13,820 13,928
Trade and Industry
    Based on the records of Business Permit & Licensing Office, Don Carlos major economic activities are:
  • Seven (7) Corn Buy and Sell establishments.
  • One (1) Pineapple Plantation owned by SFP, Inc.
  • One (1) Commercial Banks, one (1) Rural Bank and three (3) Cooperative Banks.
  • Nine (9) Private Lending Institutions.
  • Four hundred fifty six (456) more or less business establishments (groceries/sari-sari stores, hardware & construction, motor and electronic repairs shops, etc.)
  • 64% of the population is on the labor force.
  • One (1) LBC Express Inc.
Facilities
  • DCPC Campus
  • TESDA Building
  • Two-Storey Municipal Building
  • Municipal Gymnasium
  • Basketball Courts
  • Tennis Courts
  • Badminton Courts
  • Motocross Track Oval
  • Public Market
  • Bus Terminal
  • Inns & Restaurants
  • Internet Cafés
  • Municipal Slaughter House
  • Bureau of Fire Protection Building
  • Wet Market
  • Tourism Hall
  • Veterans Park
Health and Education
  • Two (2) private Secondary Hospitals
  • Two (2) private Medical Clinics
  • One (1) Rural Health Unit and Family Planning Center (RHU –FPC) with Maternity and Lying Inn
  • Four (4) private Dental Clinics
  • One (1) government Dental Clinic
  • All of the 29 barangays have Day Care Centers (DCC) and Barangay Health Stations (BHS)
  • Four (4) private Secondary Schools
  • Seven (7) Nationalized High Schools
  • Six (6) Primary School, private
  • One (1) Polytechnic College
  • One (1) Vocational School, government
Investment Priority Areas
  • Mango, pineapple, banana and other fruits production
  • Gains Processing
  • Food Processing
  • Livestock Production
  • Furniture Making
  • Guitar Making
  • Banking Services
  • Recreational & Sports Services
  • Tourism Area Development
Communication
  • Accessibility to Cellular phone, (Globe and Smart)
  • Postal / Mail distribution daily
  • Accessible to Satellite Cable TV
  • One (1) Satellite Cable Television establishment
Water and Power Supply
  • One (1) electric cooperative
  • All 29 barangays are energized
  • One (1) Water District Office (LWUA)
  • The Poblacion area is served by Water System Level III
Peace and Order
  • Generally peaceful.
  • No reported incidents that is politically and separate-group related.

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Bounded by the Municipalities of Maramag in the north, Kitaotao in the south, Quezon in the east, Pangantucan and Kadingilan in the west.


It is located 61 kilometers south of the City of Malaybalay , and 161 kilometers from Cagayan de Oro City. The town also is 180 kms. Form the city of Cotabato, 160 kms. From Davao, 266 kms. From General Santos City and 1,575 kms. South of Manila.