Dumanjug Municipality is a town in Cebu Province located 73 kilometers south of Cebu City, the capital of the province. Dumanjug was first established in 1855 during the Spanish occupation period. It is located between Barili Municipality in the North and Ronda Municipality in the Southern part. Sibonga and Argao Municipalities border Dumanjug in the Eastern side while Tanon borders on the Western side. The Municipality of Dumanjug has 37 barangays under its jurisdiction. It is one of the municipalities with the highest number of barangays in the province.
Here are the political units:
Balaygtiki, Bitoon, Bulak, Bullogan, Calaboon, Camboang, Candabong, Cogon, Cotcoton, Doldol, Ilaya (poblacion), Kabalaasnan, Kabatbatan, Kambanog, Kang-actol, Kanghalo, Kanghumaod, Kanguha, Kantangkas, Kanyuko, Kolabtingon, Lamak, Lawaan, Liong, Manlapay, Masa, Matalao, Paculob, Panlaan, Pawa, Poblacion Central, Poblacion Looc, Poblacion Sima, Tangil, Tapon, Tubod-Bitoon, and Tubod-Dugoan.
The population of Dumanjug is increasing due to the high birth rate and declining mortality rate.
A huge number of population is located in the barangays close to the coastal areas on the Western side of the municipality, such as those in the Poblacion, Simal, Ilaya, and Looc barangays that can be which also comprised the urban areas.Regarding increasing of population, the barangays of Bitoon, Tangil, Tapon, Balaygtiki, Cogon and Liong play second. Regarding rapidly becoming commercial centers, the barangays of Bitoon, Paculob, Cogon and Liong also play that leading role. These barangays are seen to be establishing more dormitory communities.