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Brief History

The place is located at the upper Ticdalan Valley 3 kilometers from Banbanan and 10 kilometers from poblacion.

In the past, houses there were scattered by two's or more, known in the dialect as "mamuropuro" from which the barangay derived its present name. It is called Igpuro-Bariri being near Barangay Bariri.

Igpuro-Bariri was headed for a long time by Teniente Sarbino Molo before, during and after World War II. He was followed by Narciso Naquita (1948-1951), Pedro Nonaillada Sr. (1951-1955), Pablo Ngalongalo (1955-1959), Carlos Frael (1959-1965), Angelico Nice (1965-1979), Rogelio Molo Sr. (1979-19889), Vicente Frael (1989-1994), Domingo Muegue (1994-1997) and Narcisa Naquita (1997-2002). This place is presently headed by Vicente Frael.


Maintenance of peace and order, livelihood program and work hard and construction of Daycare Center.


  1. Improvement of barangay roads.
  2. Development of watershed area where supply of potable water.
  3. Provision of livelihood program and encourage people to work hard.


  1. Coordination with municipal and provincial government regarding improvement/maintenance of barangay roads..
  2. Identify watershed areas.
  3. Conduct tree planting activities in watershed areas.
  4. Establish strong coordination with DENR and other agencies in the protected watershed.
  5. Strict implementation of measure to protect watershed area.
  6. Farmers cooperative and association for livelihood programs.

Barangay Profile

General Profile

Barangay Officials

Vicente Frael Punong Barangay
Rogelio Molo Jr. Kagawad
Johnny Frael Kagawad
Hernando Nagabe Kagawad
Nolly Fabillo Kagawad
Joel Monsale Kagawad
Domingo Muegue Kagawad
Aniceto Monton Kagawad
Vivian Nice SK Chairman
Marietta Montecir Barangay Secretary
Ofelia Millama Barangay Treasurer

Economic Profile

Total Land Area

Agricultural 57.786.2 has.
Residential 7.000.8 has

Social Profile

Total population 333
Number of male 169
Number of female 164
Number of youths 58
Number of households 72
Number of houses 60
List of sports facilities Basketball court
Number of college students 9
Number of high school students 20
Number of elementary pupils 39
Number of pre-schoolers 5
Prevailing religion Roman Catholic
Other religious sectors present in the barangay Kahiwatan

Infrastructure Profile

Number of Houses with Electricity 45
Number of Houses without Electricity 15
Presence of road and estimated length Barangay road
Number of Communication Facilities cellphones , Handheld radios
Number of Water Supply System Spring Water

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