After gathering the data from the secondary sources and the conduction of the mass survey, a thorough analysis was done to identify the health issues that have the most effect on the health of the people of Molos. These issues were then presented to the whole community in order to ascertain if these problems are also perceived by them as well. This is also part of the social diagnosis phase wherein the residents were made aware of the current health status of the community and were asked of their thoughts and views regarding the identified problems. Our community assembly was held along with the barangay’s monthly Barangay Assembly in the hopes that more people will be able to attend. All the barangay officials were present and Dr. Maita Ladeza, the MHO of Tampilisan, was present for the affair.
During the assembly, eight perceived health problems by the team were introduced to the community. The problems or issues presented were low-income, high incidence of hypertension, high number of unvaccinated dogs, accessibility and supply of water, improper solid waste management, malnutrition, high number women not practicing proper family planning and majority of households with no toilets. They were also asked if they had health issues that they think are of great impact to their community but were not included in the presentation. They then played an integral role in the prioritization of health problems by ranking the identified problems. This led to the prioritization of four health problems namely: Hypertension, Malnutrition, Waste segregation and Water accessibility.