Dumarao is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Capiz, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 40,303 people in 7,993 households. It was originally founded in 1580 and officially established by Spaniards under the advocacy of Our Lady of Snows.
Dumarao is politically subdivided into 33 baranggays.
Region:REGION VI (Western Visayas)
Income Classification: 2nd Class
Registered Voters (2010): 24,475
Urban/Rural: Partially Urban
Population : (as of Aug 1, 2007): 42,603
Land Area: 23, 420 Hectares
Climate: Season varies from wet to dry. Dry season occurs from the month of January to April and during the rest of the year.
Natural Resources: Limestone, Sand & Gravel, Rock Phosphate, Guano, Forest, Manganese, Gold and Clay for pottery.
Major River: Badbaranan River
Mountain: Mt. Agsubay Protection Forest
Mt. Tagao Production Forest
Population : 42,603 (2007 NSO)
No. of Household : 8,797 (2011 Projected)
Dialect : Ilonggo
Ethnic : Aetas
Growth Rate : 2.08%
Birth Rate : 18.0%
Death Rate : 5.1%
Literacy Rate : 90.36% (2000)