Brief History

Barangay Bangladan is a hilly barangay of the Municipality of Miag-ao. A mountainous barangay near to boundary of the three Municipalities of Miag-ao, Igbaras and Guimbal. It is about nine (9) kilometers away from the town proper of Miag-ao and two (2) kilometers from all weather road. Barangay Bangladan can be reached by foot and high powered vehicles. The barangay is an agricultural community, most of the resident are engage in farming and livestock raising as our primary form of livelihood as well as source of income. The barangay population is more or less 326 with 51 household.


  1. Infrastructure projects for water supply.
  2. Widening of barangay road.
  3. To improve the agricultural and livelihood projects.
  4. To find ways for financial assistance, support and capital.

Proposed Priority Projects

  1. Barangay road.
  2. Potable water supply.
  3. Electrification (extension).
  4. Livelihood.
  5. Clean and Green.

Barangay Profile

General Profile

Barangay Officials

Danilo Esmatao Punong Barangay
Ma. Elizabeth Mariano Kagawad
Ernesto Esmatao Kagawad
Cornelio Eregia Kagawad
Florencio Espora Kagawad
Maria Fe Falalimpa Kagawad
Pedrito Estinoso Kagawad
Nelia Falalimpa Kagawad
Yvette Mariano SK Chairman
Milagros Falalimpa Barangay Secretary
Aileen Yan Yang Barangay Treasurer

Economic Profile

Total Land Area

Agricultural 94.00 has.
Residential 1.00 has
Forestry 2.00 has
Institutional 0.296 has

Social Profile

Total population 326
Number of male 173
Number of female 153
Number of youths 42
Number of households 56
Number of houses 51
List of sports facilities Basketball court and barangay plaza
List of school present in the barangay none
Number of college students 04
Number of high school students 16
Number of elementary pupils 31
Number of pre-schoolers 14
Prevailing religion Roman Catholic
Other religious sectors present in the barangay none

Infrastructure Profile

Number of Houses with Electricity 36
Number of Houses without Electricity 15
Road and length Barangay road 2.5 kilometers
Number of Communication Facilities cellphones 2, Handheld radios 1
Number of Water Supply System Jetmatic 7, Water Pumps 1, Spring Water 1, Open wells 7