Brgy. Santo Niño (Pob.)

Barangay Officials
Eulogio	C.	Depaz Eulogio C. Depaz
Barangay Captain
Alicia	A.	Ritaga Alicia A. Ritaga
Barangay Councilor
Dan	N.	Tisado Dan N. Tisado
Barangay Councilor
Rebecca	L.	Abejar Rebecca L. Abejar
Barangay Councilor
Mila	O.	Soria Mila O. Soria
Barangay Councilor
Ronald	A.	Sabalza Ronald A. Sabalza
Barangay Councilor
Rospe	T.	Cruz Rospe T. Cruz
Barangay Councilor
Sinforoso	T.	Diaz Sinforoso T. Diaz
Barangay Councilor
Veo Patrick	S.	Lleve Veo Patrick S. Lleve
SK Chairman
Concepcion	V.	Mendoza Concepcion V. Mendoza
Secretary
Ligaya	P.	Moquia Ligaya P. Moquia
Treasurer

Welcome to Barangay Santo Niño

  • Entering Brgy. Sto. Niño
  • Abuyog National Highschool
  • Abuyog National Highschool Gate
  • Abuyog National Highschool(Inside2)
  • Abuyog National Highschool(Inside)
  • Brgy. Sto. Niño Basketball Court
  • Brgy. Sto. Niño Multi-purpose Center
  • Brgy. Sto. Niño Session Hall

Santo Niño is the very last barangay that is part of the town proper. It is also at the tip of Abuyog. Due to their coastal location, fishermen take their fresh catch and distribute them to the fresh fish stalls that are lined along the coast. Apart from their fresh seafood, Santo Nino also has two schools in the area; Sta. Fe – Sto Niño Elementary School and Abuyog National High School.

Barangay Santo Niño Population Details
Age in years
Sex
Total
Percent
Male
Percent
Female
Percent
1,215
100
1,118
100
2,333
100
0 to 4
161
13.3
133
11.9
294
12.6
5 to 9
155
12.8
130
11.6
285
12.2
10 to 14
133
10.9
153
13.7
286
12.3
15 to 19
170
14
134
12
304
13
20 to 24
99
8.1
71
6.4
170
7.3
25 to 29
79
6.5
73
6.5
152
6.5
30 to 34
76
6.3
63
5.6
139
6
35 to 39
71
5.8
75
6.7
146
6.3
40 to 44
72
5.9
75
6.7
147
6.3
45 to 49
58
4.8
59
5.3
117
5
50 to 54
54
4.4
34
3
88
3.8
55 to 59
29
2.4
33
3
62
2.7
60 and above
58
4.8
85
7.6
143
6.1