Barangay Maduyo is located North East of the poblacion. It belongs to the upland barangays with Barangay Buenavista, Igbaras at the East, Barangay Tiglawa and Barangay Taal at the South East, Barangay Wayang at the South, Barangay San Jose at the West, Barangay Agdum at the North West and Barangay Oya-oy at the North.
Before the barangay is famous with coffee and cacao and coconut trees. Residents of this barangay depends on this produce for their daily needs. Some of the residents are engage in "pananggot" and produce coconut juice to add in their income. Many residents reside in this barangay but due to landslide most of the people had transferred their residence at the other places or barangays near the place. Only few residents reside after the landslide.
Many people from other barangays visit the place to acquire their products. That the barangay is located in the top hill the people who visit the barangay stay over the barangay for at least one night before they go back to their place of origin that is the reason why the place is named Maduyo means to stop.
Since Barangay Maduyo is a depress barangay and their farm produce cannot supply for their daily needs most of the residents after graduation from high school and even elementary went to other places to seek for a job to support their family.
|Warlito Nalaunan Sr.||Punong Barangay|
|Ramon Fantonalgo Jr.||Kagawad|
|Roel Zonio||SK Chairman|
|James Campaņer||Barangay Secretary|
|Gilda Nofre||Barangay Treasurer|
|Number of transportation available in the barangay||Bicycle 2|
|Number of male||66|
|Number of female||57|
|Number of youths||53|
|Number of households||23|
|Number of houses||22|
|List of sports facilities||Volleyball, Basketball, Chess, Scrabble|
|List of recreational facilities||Basketball/volleyball court|
|Number of high school students||7|
|Number of elementary pupils||14|
|Number of pre-schoolers||25|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Other religious sectors present in the barangay||VCCP, Aglipay|
|Number of Houses with Electricity||1|
|Number of Houses without Electricity||21|
|Presence of road and estimated length||Provincial road = 1 kilometer|
|Number of Communication Facilities||cellphones 2, Handheld radios 1|
|Number of Water Supply System||Spring Water 7|
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