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Municipality of Sibagat
Municipal Hall
Municipal Hall
Flag of Sibagat
The Last Frontier of Agusan del Sur
Map of Agusan del Sur with Sibagat highlighted
Map of Agusan del Sur with Sibagat highlighted
Sibagat is located in Philippines
Location within the Philippines
Coordinates: 8°49′N 125°41′E / 8.82°N 125.69°E / 8.82; 125.69
ProvinceAgusan del Sur
District 1st district
Barangays24 (see Barangays)
 • TypeSangguniang Bayan
 • MayorDr. Thelma Gonzaga Lamanilao, MD
 • Vice MayorMaria Liza L. Evangelista
 • RepresentativeAlfelito M. Bascug
 • Electorate20,236 voters (2022)
 • Total567.82 km2 (219.24 sq mi)
Elevation352 m (1,155 ft)
Highest elevation
1,904 m (6,247 ft)
Lowest elevation
0 m (0 ft)
 (2020 census)[4]
 • Total33,957
 • Density60/km2 (150/sq mi)
 • Households
 • Income class1st municipal income class
 • Poverty incidence
% (2021)[5]
 • Revenue₱ 212.2 million (2020)
 • Assets₱ 341.4 million (2020)
 • Expenditure₱ 189.7 million (2020)
 • Liabilities₱ 75.33 million (2020)
Service provider
 • ElectricityAgusan del Sur Electric Cooperative (ASELCO)
Time zoneUTC+8 (PST)
ZIP code
IDD:area code+63 (0)85
Native languagesAgusan

Sibagat, officially the Municipality of Sibagat (Cebuano: Lungsod sa Sibagat; Tagalog: Bayan ng Sibagat), is a 1st class municipality in the province of Agusan del Sur, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 33,957 people.[4]

Located at the northernmost of the province, the town is called as the "Gateway to Agusan del Sur" and "The Last Frontier of Agusan del Sur, "and the newest town in Agusan del Sur."

The town is a major producer of agriculture products such as coconut, banana, vegetables and especially abaca[6] in the province.


The word Sibagat is from the word bagat which means "meet" or "meeting place". According to the oral history, the Sibagat River near Sibagat was the place where the warring tribes meet and fight. Sibagat River is a tributary of a bigger river, the Wawa River. The losing tribe would retreat downstream to the Wawa River and disappear.


The territories of Sibagat were formerly part of the town of Esperanza, in the historical province of Agusan. In August 1961, through Executive Order No. 440, s. 1961, the barrios and sitios of Bayugan, Maygatasan, Nueva Sibagat, Verdo, Mambutay, Salvacion, Caridad, Sagmone, Calaitan, Sinadyap, Malindao, Noli and other adjacent barrios and sitios were separated from Esperanza and constituted into the newly created municipality of Bayugan.[7] On February 1, 1980, Sibagat was created into a municipality when the barangays of Ilihan, Sinai, Sibagat, El Rio, Afga, Tabontabon, Perez, Magsaysay, Santa Cruz, Santa Maria, San Isidro, Villangit, Del Rosario, Anahauan, Mahayahay and San Vicente were segregated from the municipality of Bayugan and organized into the newly created town, through Batas Pambansa Blg. 56.[8] The seat of Municipal Local Government is located in Barangay Sibagat, now called Barangay Poblacion. On November 6, 1980, the first set of Municipal Officials assumed office and Mr. Vicente B. Benigian, Sr. was the first appointed Municipal Mayor.


According to the Philippine Statistics Authority, the municipality has a land area of 567.82 square kilometres (219.24 sq mi)[9] constituting 5.68% of the 9,989.52-square-kilometre- (3,856.98 sq mi) total area of Agusan del Sur.

Sibagat is bordered by the Municipalities of Santiago, Agusan del Norte and Cantilan, Surigao del Sur to the north; Madrid, Surigao del Sur, Carmen, Surigao del Sur and Lanuza, Surigao del Sur to the northeast; City of Tandag and San Miguel, Surigao del Sur to the east; Bayugan to the south and southeast; Las Nieves, Agusan del Norte to the southwest; Butuan and Remedios T. Romualdez to the west; and Cabadbaran to the northwest.

Sibagat is 29 kilometres (18 mi) away from the Regional Center Hub of Caraga region and 34 kilometres (21 mi)from the nearest airport in Butuan. It is also 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) away from Bayugan, the only city of the province. The town is geographically situated between the two cities of Butuan and Bayugan.


Sibagat is located at 8°49′N 125°41′E / 8.82°N 125.69°E / 8.82; 125.69. Elevation of most areas of the municipality sit atop 100 meters above sea level (M.a.s.l.).

Starting from the 100 M.a.s.l.broad plains in the southern part; where the urban center located, most of the rural barangays are located through the hills in the central part and to the mountainous western part, mountains peaked at 1,000 meters above sea level were located at the northern part comprises 2 barangays of Kolambugan and Padiay.

Rivers and Streams[edit]

Sibagat is host of several major rivers and streams that includes the Wawa River, the largest and longest river in the town. The other rivers are Sibagat River, Tambagoko River, Tago River, Andanan River, Boguko River, Bugsukan River, Balangubang River and Managong River.


Andanan River and its surrounding areas was declared as a nature reserve called the Andanan Watershed Forest reserve (AWFR) proclaimed by virtue of Philippine Presidential Proclamation No. 734 dated May 29, 1991 with an area of 15,097 hectares located in Barangay New Tubigon in the municipality of Sibagat including some riverbank barangays in Bayugan area[10]

Sibagat River and Wawa River and its surrounding areas were also declared a nature reserve by establishing the Sibagat-Wawa Forest Reserve (SWFR) as proclaimed by virtue of Philippine Presidential Proclamation No. 308 dated September 3, 1964 for wood production, watershed management, soil protection, and other forest uses containing an area of 29,500 hectares, more or less.[11]


Sibagat has a Type II climate which has no dry season but with pronounced maximum rain period occurring from December to January. The climate is hot and moist with an average annual humidity of 84 percent. This type of climate is very regular with no dry months and lacks any seasonal contrast. Average annual temperature range is from 23 to 32 Celsius, with the temperatures dropping towards the west portion of the town while altitude is increasing.[12]

Climate data for Sibagat, Agusan del Sur
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Mean daily maximum °C (°F) 27
Mean daily minimum °C (°F) 23
Average precipitation mm (inches) 154
Average rainy days 17.4 13.9 14.4 14.3 22.3 26.0 27.9 27.5 26.2 26.4 21.4 17.2 254.9
Source: Meteoblue (modeled/calculated data, not measured locally)[13]


Sibagat is politically subdivided into 24 barangays.[14] Each barangay consists of puroks while some have sitios.

PSGC Barangay Population ±% p.a.
2020[4] 2010[15]
160314001 Afga 8.8% 2,995 3,151 −0.51%
160314002 Anahawan 1.8% 597 639 −0.68%
160314003 Banagbanag 2.0% 677 719 −0.60%
160314004 Del Rosario 0.8% 262 284 −0.80%
160314005 El Rio 4.3% 1,463 1,443 0.14%
160314006 Ilihan 3.1% 1,057 1,087 −0.28%
160314007 Kauswagan 1.0% 338 378 −1.11%
160314008 Kioya 1.9% 635 651 −0.25%
160314024 Kolambugan 5.8% 1,974 1,981 −0.04%
160314009 Magkalape 0.5% 178 264 −3.86%
160314010 Magsaysay 2.9% 968 934 0.36%
160314011 Mahayahay 3.5% 1,172 1,429 −1.96%
160314012 New Tubigon 3.3% 1,113 1,099 0.13%
160314013 Padiay 4.8% 1,627 1,573 0.34%
160314014 Perez 2.7% 923 1,055 −1.33%
160314015 Poblacion 17.7% 5,998 5,875 0.21%
160314016 San Isidro 2.5% 850 955 −1.16%
160314017 San Vicente 3.8% 1,278 1,087 1.63%
160314018 Santa Cruz 1.3% 444 492 −1.02%
160314019 Santa Maria 2.1% 720 704 0.22%
160314020 Sinai 1.6% 551 621 −1.19%
160314021 Tabon-tabon 9.0% 3,053 2,943 0.37%
160314022 Tag-uyango 2.0% 678 644 0.52%
160314023 Villangit 2.6% 891 977 −0.92%
Total 33,957 30,985 0.92%


Sibagat Town Hall
Population census of Sibagat
YearPop.±% p.a.
1990 24,004—    
1995 28,185+3.05%
2000 28,685+0.38%
2007 30,074+0.65%
2010 30,985+1.09%
2015 30,442−0.34%
2020 33,957+2.17%
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority[16][15][17][18]

In the 2020 census, Sibagat had a population of 33,957.[4] The population density was 60 inhabitants per square kilometre (160/sq mi).

Most of the inhabitants are Visayan migrants from Bohol, Cebu, Leyte and Negros provinces. Indigenous people include the Manobo and Higaonon.


Poverty incidence of Sibagat


Source: Philippine Statistics Authority[19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26]


The economy of Sibagat is dependent heavily on subsistence agriculture. Its major agricultural products are coconut, corn, coffee, cacao, fruits, vegetables, and root crops.

Trade and Industry[edit]

The town of Sibagat plays a major role in Abacá Industry in Agusan del Sur as well as the entire Caraga Region.[27]

The Sibagat Federation of Abaca Weavers Association (SAWA), Inc.[28] — as Sibagat town is leading and major producer of "sinamay" (woven abaca fiber) that played vital role in the growing and production of abaca products in the province. Abaca is identified as "One Town One Product" (OTOP).[29] Their major product is Sinamay, a woven stalks of the abaca tree which fiber is stronger than cotton or silk, and as a result of that sinamay holds a very firm shape. Sibagat "sinamay" shines every time they will participate in trade fairs in both regional and national events.[30][31][32] Members of Sibagat Abaca Weavers Association (SAWA) make rolls of fabric from sinamay or the first-class fiber from the Tagongon and Laylay varieties of abaca. The woven fabric is used as material for handicraft, housewares and fashion accessories, which are sold in the home and export markets.[33]

The Kolambugan Tribal Tree Farmers Association (KATTFA) is a major player of abaca trading. A licensed abaca local trader based in Kolambugan, Sibagat, Agusan del Sur authorized by the Philippine Fiber Industry Development Authority (PFIDA).[34]


Global Sibagat Hydro Power Corporation is a subsidiary of Jowood Industries Inc., Philippines. The company has initially awarded by the Department of Energy (DOE) a Renewable Energy (RE) Service contracts for multiple hydropower projects in the Municipality of Sibagat with a combined potential capacity of 24-Megawatts (MW). The said contracts were executed through a ceremonial signing with Global Sibagat President James G. Ong and the then Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla last February 6, 2014. The RE projects are the Managong Hydroelectric Power Plant (6MW), Wawa Hydro Power Plant (13MW) and Bugsukan Hydro Power Plant (5MW) all located in Sibagat, Agusan del Sur.[35]

Hydro Power Plant Projects[edit]

The Department of Energy (DOE) have identified various Renewable Energy power plant projects and awarded service contracts to the below list of hydropower projects all located in the Municipality of Sibagat.[36]


Elected officials[edit]

Members of the Sibagat Municipal council (2022-2025):

Executive officials:

Municipal councilors:

  • Aljun Pagyos Cayawan
  • Josephine Dacera Benegian
  • Jovan Aplicador Duarte
  • Salvador Palban Bares, Jr.
  • Roland Canono Vergara
  • Mark Vincent Borres Muldez
  • Gines Gablines Coranes
  • Francisco Pagoyo Garlit



The Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company provides fixed line services. Wireless mobile communications services are provided by Smart Communications and Globe Telecommunications.


The Wawa Bridge

By Land[edit]

All means of land transportation including Public Utility Buses (PUB), most common are "Bachelor Express" and ''Davao Metro Shuttle" including "Surigao Express" and "Land Car Inc (LCI)" plying the routes of Butuan-Davao, Butuan-San Luis, Butuan-San Francisco, Butuan-Mangagoy and Butuan-Tandag via Pan-Philippine Highway Butuan-Agusan-Davao Road. There are also Public Utility Jeepneys (PUJ) and Passenger Vans plying Butuan-Sibagat-Bayugan route.

Sibagat can be reached also by land directly from Manila, Cubao, Pasay, Bicol and Visayas plying to Davao City routes and vice versa through Philtranco and PP Bus Line via Pan-Philippine Highway.

By Air[edit]

Butuan Airport (also referred as Bancasi Airport) is the nearest airport.

Davao Airport (also referred as Francisco Bangoy International Airport) can be an alternate route from Manila or Cebu to Davao City as transit point.

Surigao Airport can also be an alternate route from Manila or Cebu to Surigao City as transit point.

By Sea[edit]

Inter-island vessels with the likes of M/V Filipinas vessels of Cokaliong Shipping Lines, Trans-Asia Shipping Lines and 2GO Travel of 2GO Group (the latest operator of the remnants of formerly famous SuperFerry fleet, Negros Navigation fleet and Cebu Ferries) plying the Manila-Cebu-Nasipit, Manila-Surigao-Nasipit, Manila-Cagayan de Oro-Nasipit, Cebu-Nasipit, Tagbilaran-Nasipit and Dumaguete-Nasipit routes on regular schedules with Nasipit Port as transit point. Public Utility Buses, Public Utility Jeepneys, Passenger Vans and Multicabs are available at Nasipit Port Wharf going to Butuan Integrated Bus Terminal.

Local transportation[edit]

Motorcycle taxi, locally known as Habal-habal, is a single motorcycle modified with outriggers to seat more than two persons that caters passengers from Sibagat town proper to adjacent barangays and remote villages with rough and steep terrain. In Sibagat town, the more complex Habal-habal can seat up to twelve persons or more including their baggage.


DXCN-FM 99.1 Radyo Kaagapay - the only broadcast radio station in the town of Sibagat. The Nutriskwela Community Radio is a Project of the National Nutrition Council (Philippines) to address the problem of hunger and malnutrition in the Philippines by providing correct and updated Nutrition and Health information to areas with high prevalence of malnutrition and no access to broadcast media. It was implemented in 2008, and Radyo Kaagapay in Sibagat, Agusan del Sur was its pioneering recipient in Caraga.[37]


Central elementary schools[edit]

Sibagat Central Elementary School
Name District Barangay
Sibagat Central Elementary School Sibagat District I Poblacion
Afga Central Elementary School Sibagat District II Afga

Secondary schools[edit]

There are Six (6) high schools in the town.

Name Type Barangay
Afga National High School (ANHS) Public Afga
Father Saturnino Urios College of Sibagat, Inc. (FSUCSI) Private Poblacion
Magsaysay National High School (MNHS) Public Magsaysay
New Tubigon National High School of Home Industries (NTNHSHI) Public New Tubigon
Padiay National High School (PNHS) Public Padiay
Sibagat National High School of Home Industries (SNHSHI) Public Poblacion


Name Type Barangay
Father Saturnino Urios College of Sibagat, Inc. (FSUCSI) Private Poblacion

Father Saturnino Urios College of Sibagat, Inc. (FSUCSI), is the oldest private educational institution in Sibagat. Founded in 1968 by Rev. Fr. Atanacio B. De Castro, S.J. the school named after the Spanish Jesuit Missionary Father Saturnino Urios, S.J. It is a Catholic Private School that run by the Diocese of Butuan located at the heart of Sibagat within the compound of Saint Anthony of Padua Parish along the Daang Maharlika Pan-Philippine Highway in Barangay Poblacion. The institution is also a sister school of Father Saturnino Urios University in Butuan. It offers complete Kindergarten, Elementary, Secondary Education and Senior high school. It is also an accredited Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Training Center for their TVET courses.

Other Schools[edit]

Name Type Barangay District
Afga Central Elementary School Public Afga District II
Anahawan Elementary School Public Anahawan District II
Bagumbayan IP School Public Santa Cruz District II
Balonbon Elementary School Public Padiay (Km. 29) District II
Banagbanag Elementary School Public Banagbanag District II
Bantolinao Elementary School Public Padiay (Purok 8) District II
Bayabas Elementary School Public Padiay (Sitio Bayabas) District II
Causwagan Elementary School Public Kauswagan District I
Dandanon Elementary School Public Kolambugan District II
Del Rosario Elementary School Public Del Rosario District II
El Rio Elementary School Public El Rio District II
Father Saturnino Urios College of Sibagat, Inc. (Kinder and Elementary) Private Poblacion District I
Goshen Primary School Public New Tubigon (Goshen) District I
Ilihan Elementary School Public Ilihan District I
Kioya Elementary School Public Kioya District I
Kolambugan Elementary School Public Kolambugan District II
Magkalape Elementary School Public Magkalape District II
Magsaysay Elementary School Public Magsaysay District I
Mahayahay Elementary School Public Mahayahay District I
New Tubigon Elementary School Public New Tubigon District I
Padiay Elementary School Public Padiay District II
Pañas Elementary School Public Padiay (Sitio Pañas) District II
Perez Elementary School Public Perez District II
San Isidro I Elementary School Public San Isidro District I
San Isidro II Elementary School Public Afga District II
San Roque Elementary School Public Magsaysay District I
San Vicente Elementary School Public San Vicente District I
Sinai Elementary School Public Sinai District I
Sibagat Central Elementary School (SCES) Public Poblacion District I
Santa Cruz Elementary School Public Santa Cruz District II
Santa Maria Elementary School Public Santa Maria District II
Tabontabon Elementary School Public Tabontabon District II
Tag-oyango Elementary School Public Tag-uyango District I
Villangit Elementary School Public Villangit District I

Other Educational and Learning Institutions[edit]

Name Type Barangay
Sibagat LGU Demonstration Farm (Agricultural Training Institute-RTC 13 Demo Farm)[38] Learning Site Poblacion
Alternative Learning Center for Agricultural and Livelihood Development, Inc. (ALCADEV) Learning Center Padiay
Bible Baptist Church Children's Learning Center of Sibagat, Inc. Learning Center Sibagat
Light and Life Learning Center of Sibagat, Inc. Learning Center Poblacion
Saint Anthony of Padua Learning Center - Sibagat, Inc. Learning Center Poblacion
Sidlak Child Development Center Learning Center Poblacion (Purok 1)
Negosyo Center (NC) Sibagat Learning Center Poblacion
HOPE Center Sibagat Learning Center Poblacion
Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation-Integrated Development Center (JPIC-IDC) Learning Center Tag-uyango
Poder y Prosperidad dela Comunidad (PODER) Day Care Center Learning Center Poblacion
Poblacion Sibagat Day Care Center Learning Center Poblacion
Barangay Day Care Centers Learning Center All Sibagat Barangays
The Sibagat SKA Federation General Merchandise Marketing Center Poblacion

Notable personalities[edit]


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