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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Center, Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Philippines Telefax: NDRRMC Opcen (+632) 911-1406; 912-2665; 912-5668; NDRRMC Secretariat (+632) 912-0441; 912-5947; Office of the Administrator, OCD (+632) 912-2424 Email: [email protected] Website: www.ndcc.gov.ph NDRRMC UPDATE Situation Report No. 37 re Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM (Glide No. FL 2010-000258 PHL) Releasing Officer: USEC BENITO T. RAMOS Executive Director, NDRRMC and Administrator, OCD DATE: 16 January 2011, 6:00 AM Sources: DOST-PAGASA, DSWD, DOH, DILG, DOTC, PNP, AFP, PCG, PIA, DPWH, NGOs, MDRRMCs and PDRRMCs through OCDRCs, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM I. SITUATION OVERVIEW A. BACKGROUND The northeast monsoon (Amihan) that prevailed over Northern and Central Luzon and the tail-end of a cold front affecting Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao which started last December 29, 2010, triggered the occurrence of moderate to heavy rains and subsequent floodings and series of landslide incidents affecting 25 provinces in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM (Listing of areas affected by landslides, flooding & storm surge is on Tab A). As of 5:00 AM, 16 January 2011, Northeast Monsoon still prevails over Luzon and Tail-end of a Cold Front affecting Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao will experience mostly cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms. The rest of Luzon will have mostly cloudy skies with scattered light rains. Moderate to strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail over Luzon and Visayas and the coastal waters along these areas will be moderate to rough. Elsewhere, winds will be light to moderate coming from the Northwest to West with slight to moderate seas. B. EFFECTS 1. Affected Population (Details on Tab B) The total number of population affected is 309,002 families / 1,580,543 persons in 1,795 barangays of 159 municipalities and 16 cities of 25 provinces in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM Among the ten (10) affected regions, CARAGA had the highest number of affected population with 112,096 families / 601,804 persons, followed by Region VIII with 107,360 families / 530,182 persons, while Region V ranks 3 rd with 43,868 families / 223,548 persons

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Cen ter, Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Phili ppines

Telefax: NDRRMC Opcen (+632) 911-1406; 912-2665; 912-5668; NDRRMC Secretariat (+632) 912-0441; 912-5947;

Office of the Administrator, OCD (+632) 912-2424 Email: [email protected] Website: www.ndcc.gov.ph

NDRRMC UPDATE

Situation Report No. 37 re Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, X I, XII, CARAGA and ARMM

(Glide No. FL 2010-000258 PHL) Releasing Officer:

USEC BENITO T. RAMOS Executive Director, NDRRMC

and Administrator, OCD

DATE: 16 January 2011, 6:00 AM Sources: DOST-PAGASA, DSWD, DOH, DILG, DOTC, PNP, AFP, PCG, PIA, DPWH, NGOs, MDRRMCs and PDRRMCs

through OCDRCs, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. BACKGROUND

The northeast monsoon (Amihan) that prevailed over Northern and Central Luzon and the tail-end of a cold front affecting Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao which started last December 29, 2010, triggered the occurrence of moderate to heavy rains and subsequent floodings and series of landslide incidents affecting 25 provinces in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM (Listing of areas affected by landslides, flooding & storm surge is on Tab A).

As of 5:00 AM, 16 January 2011, Northeast Monsoon s till prevails over Luzon and Tail-end of a Cold Front affecting Southern Luz on, Visayas and Mindanao. Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao will experienc e mostly cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms. The rest o f Luzon will have mostly cloudy skies with scattered light rains. Moderate t o strong winds blowing from the Northeast will prevail over Luzon and Visayas and t he coastal waters along these areas will be moderate to rough. Elsewhere, winds w ill be light to moderate coming from the Northwest to West with slight to mo derate seas.

B. EFFECTS

1. Affected Population (Details on Tab B)

� The total number of population affected is 309,002 families / 1,580,543 persons in 1,795 barangays of 159 municipalities and 16 cities of 25 provinces in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM

� Among the ten (10) affected regions, CARAGA had the highest number of affected population with 112,096 families / 601,804 persons, followed by Region VIII with 107,360 families / 530,182 persons , while Region V ranks 3rd with 43,868 families / 223,548 persons

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� To date, a total of 111,589 families / 550,241 persons have been served both inside and outside evacuation centers from the combined sources of DSWD and LGUs: � Inside 77 Evacuation Centers = 1,969 families / 8,841 persons � Outside Evacuation Centers = 109,620 families / 541,400 persons

2. Casualties (Details on Tab C)

� Dead – 47

REG PROVINCE CITY / MUN BRGY NAME (AGE) AND CAUSE

Manito 1. Antonio Dadap (50) drowning 2. Lolita Dadap (80) drowning Albay

Legazpi City Mariawa 3. Maricris Abrigo (21) drowning Macabog 4. Knight Gambit Alenia** (8) drowning Sorsogon Castilla Brgy Amomonting 5. Mallete, Armando (51) drowning

6. Jerry Soledad (30) drowning Cagdarao 7. Rannie Villar (20) drowning Catanduanes Panganiban

Payo 8. Ricky Villar** (28)

V

Camarines Sur Lagunoy Sitio Benguet, Himagtocon 9. Chen Te Hao (37) landslide

Bacolod City Purok Isla, Brgy Villamonte

10. Logronio, Amelyn (9) drowning

VI Negros

Occidental EB Magalona Brgy San Jose 11. Anonas, Jose (37) electrocution

St. Bernard Bolodbolod 12. Fatima Discaryal (5) landslide 13. Rodel Discaryal (1) landslide 14. Jordan Lakipon (7) landslide

Tomas Oppus Maanyag 15. Recabel Montederamos (10) drowning Southern Leyte

Sogod Pancho Villa 16. Patrick Pelaez (11) drowning

Oras Paypayon 17. Maestre, Veneranda Lobina** (49) drowning 18. Maestre, Marcos Balibalos** (52) drowning

Dolores San Roque 19. Rivera, Gleiza Joy Balise (6) drowning San Julian San Miguel 20. Cornala, Jerome (9) drowning

Locso-on 21. Alvero, Alfredo (6) drowning

Eastern Samar

Borongan Campesao 22. Ellorando, Julius (22) drowning

VIII

Northern Samar Palapag Cabariwan 23. Agilando, Mark Paul A.** (21) drowning

X Lanao del

Norte Baroy Lower Sagadan 24. Cristine Telostina (6) drowing

Compostela Valley Monkayo Mt. Diwata 25. Apollinaria Porras (5) landslide

Davao del Norte Sto. Tomas Bobongon 26. Esorio F. Daniel (47) drowning X

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Davao del Sur Sta. Maria Pongpong 27. Jonas D. Caan (25) drowning

Butuan City Brgy. Maibu 28. Dioscoro Albiro (17) landslide 29. Shielo Carrido (40) landslide Agusan del

Norte Jabonga Sabang, Magsaysay 30. Francisco Eclipse Tablon (70) drowning Tubod Camilan 31. Roberto Dalangin (35) drowning Bacuag Camboayan 32. Loma Alutaya (27) drowning

Surigao del Norte

Surigao City Nueva St. 33. Angelo Arniba Siega (5) drowning Bislig City 34. Maxwell Tajo (48) drowning)

Tabon, Mangagoy 35. Alberto Paradaña Rebasora (50) drowning San Miguel Tina 36. Ramil Lamigo Bobiles (36) drowning

Surigao del Sur

Cagwait Mat-e 37. Rustico Lamigo Pacaldo (38) drowning Patin-ay 38. Manuel Madelo (28) electrocuted P-2, Magsaysay 39. Dondie Carl Bolante (6) drowning Prosperidad Salvador 40. Felicitas Mabras Macuno (65) drowning

41. Roselyn Buhayang Porras(16) drowning Bunawan Purok 4, Libertad 42. Michael Rodrigo Otero (12) electrocuted

Caniyugan, San Vicente 43. Junmark Lara Castro(23) drowning

CA

RA

GA

Agusan del Sur

Bayugan P-5 Sta. Irene 44. Melvin Gonzales (23) drowning

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Sibagat Tag-oyango 45. Ceasar Alisna Aquilan (50) drowning San Francisco Caimpugan 46. Armando Batilaran (70) drowning San Luis Don Alejandro 47. Bryl Jake Mondejar (1) drowning

** for verification of DOH

� Injured – 8

REGION PROV CITY / MUN BRGY NAMES (AGE) AND CAUSE

St. Bernard Bolobolod

1. Cherry Lakipon (40) lanslide 2. Elvia Lakipon (30) landslide 3. Jerry Lakipon (10) landslide 4. Jimboy Lakipon (6) landslide 5. Aida Napuli (49) landslide

Sogod 6. Rowen Libres (23) landslide 7. Stephanie Libres (2) landslide

VIII Southern Leyte

Libagon 8. PO3 Noel Talisic landslide

� Missing – 4

REGION PROV CITY / MUN BRNGY NAMES (AGE)

V Catanduanes Panganiban Cagdarao (missing fishermen) 1. Patricio Adronial Peregrino 2. Joseph Soledad

Esperanza Brgy Balubo 3. Bartolomé Rabonque ( 57)

CARAGA Agusan del Sur Bunawan

P-3 Mandagao Poblacion

4. Ronnie B. Jupson (19)

3. Damages (Details on Tab D)

3.1 Damaged Houses – 2,417 (503 totally and 1,914 partially)

Regions Areas Totally Partially TOTAL IV-B Narra, Palawan 11 11

V Sorsogon 1 10 11 VI Negros Occidental 52 191 243 VII Cebu City, Naga City and Mandaue

City 108 13 121

VIII Southern Leyte, Eastern Samar, Western Samar, Northern Samar and Leyte

185 1,463 1,648

X Baroy and Tubod, Lanao del Norte 27 67 94 XI Compostela Valley, Davao del Norte

and Davao del Sur 29 64 93

XII Tupi, South Cotabato 1 1 CARAGA Agusan del Sur, Agusan del Norte,

Surigao del Sur, and Surigao del Norte 89 106 195

3.2 Damages to Agriculture, Infrastructure and Priv ate Properties = PhP 1,626,405,494 (Tab E)

3.2.1 Agriculture = PhP 417,715,140

Region Provinces Estimated Cost

V Albay and Sorsogon 81,319,141

VIII Southern Leyte , Northern Samar, Eastern Samar & Leyte

31,804,553

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X Lanao del Norte 66,810,359

XI Davao del Norte 72,160,353

CARAGA Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Dinagat Island

165,607,235

3.2.2 Infrastructure = PhP1,187,694,053 Region Particulars Estimated Amount

V Albay, Sorsogon, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, and Catanduanes 599,947,500

VIII Southern Leyte and Eastern Samar 93,187,500

X Lanao del Norte and Misamis Occidental 310,000

XI Davao del Norte and Davao del Sur 76,415,000

CARAGA Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Dinagat Islands

428,272,418

3.2.3 Private Properties = PhP 20,996,300

Region Areas Estimated Amount

VIII Cebu City 20,000

X Lanao del Norte 11,300 CARAGA Agusan del Sur and Surigao del Sur 20,965,000

4. Status of Roads (Source DPWH National)

Region VIII

Impassable Roads Northern Samar II (Pacific Area, Palapag – Maranas - Gamay Lapinig Road Guinpandayan Section (road slip/settlement); Pangpang - Palapag Mapanas Nipa - Mapanas Section (rockslide); and Mainland Road Network, Catarman Rawis-San Roque Section (washed-out RCPC)

Hardly Passable Leyte III -Tabango – Catmon - Manlawaan, Girmarco Road and Cabunga - Tabunok Consuegra Road (lack of surfacing materials) Leyte IV – Libungao - Matag-ob Palonpon Road and Marida – Lundag - Putingbato Consolacion - Isabel Road (road slip/gravel washed-out)

CARAGA Surigao del Sur I –Jct Gamut-San Miguel Road along Tago San Miguel

Bridge not passable due to collapsed slope protection at abut “A” and scoured foundation at Pier 4

Region XII Bridge connecting Marfin Tan Road going to Leondo farm, water pipe line and footbridge in Brgy. Linan, Tupi, South Cotabato were partially damaged

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II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

A. OVER-ALL SUMMARY OF ASSISTANCE � The estimated cost of assistance from the combined resources of DSWD, DOH,

LGUs and NGOs/Other GOs is PhP 42,216,643.31 (Details on Tab F)

Breakdown of Assistance:

Per Agency Per Region Agency Amount of

Assistance Region Amount of

Assistance DSWD 10,251,116 Region IV-B 69,000 DOH 3,491,891 Region V 5,026,116 LGUs 27,079,662 Region VI 1,138,682 NGOs/Other GOs 1,393,973 Region VII 4,401,750

Region VIII 6,010,827 Region X 1,452,453 Region XI 15,619,293

CARAGA 8,498,521

B. NDRRMC ACTIONS

On January 14, 2011, His Excellency President Benigno C. Aquino III together with Voltaire Gazmin, National Defense Secretary/Chairperson, NDRRMC; Dinky Soliman, DSWD Secretary; Proceso Alcala, DA Secretary; Enrique Ona, DOH Secretary; Rogelio Singson, Secretary DPWH; Jesus Robredo, DILG Secretary; Edwin Lacierda, Presidential Spokesperson; and USEC Benito Ramos, Executive Director, NDRRMC and Administrator, OCD, visited three (3) regions that were heavily affected by landslides and floods namely: CARAGA, Region V and Region VIII to oversee the extent of damages and personally check the status of the on-going relief operations being conducted by local agencies in the ground.

Upon arrival of the President, respective RDRRMCs in afore-said regions conducted conferences/briefings participated by respective member agencies, selected LGUs and media. Highlights of the President’s visit in the followin g regions :

CARAGA � Chairperson, RDRRMC CARAGA briefed the President on the effects

focused on background, impact, response action, pos t-disaster requirements and future plans

� The President commented that post disaster requirem ents should be prioritized and rehabilitation of damaged infrastru cture has to be referred to the DPWH and further emphasized that the nati onal government will do its part in supporting the LGUs but initiatives should be done first at the LGU level; turned over certified rice seeds, w ater pump engines and assorted medicines to the affected areas through th e Chairpersons of the provincial and city DRRMCs

� After the turn-over of resources, media interview f ollowed on the issue of illegal logging

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Region V � PAGASA V reported that La Niña peak is expected to affect the Bicol Region for

the next 3 months � PDRRMC Albay Chairman and Governor requested for augmentation from the

national government to support provincial government’s evacuation efforts for projected vulnerable communities

� The LGUs likewise appealed for support to their rehabilitation and immediate repair of damaged roads; alternative livelihood for economically displaced fishermen from coastal and inland municipalities; food for work programs; and wider coverage of national support for PHILHEALTH beneficiaries

� President Aquino re-assured that the DPWH has already been instructed to prioritize list of infrastructures for immediate repair/rehabilitation using the NCF and that the Administration is looking to provide the immediate needs of affected communities to include livelihood support like cash-for-work programs

Region VIII � The President directed concerned agencies to assist /help Saint Bernard in the

acquisition of lot for relocation sites � RDRRMC/OCD Region VIII to ensure that LGUs must strictly observe the

stockpiling procedure of basic necessities of the evacuees � RDRRMC report must show and or project the total clear picture of the region

based on the reported data 1. WARNING/ INFORMATION DISSEMINATION

� PAGASA-DOST is continuously issuing daily 24-Hour Public Weather Forecasts, Weather Advisories, Gale Warnings and General Flood Advisories for Bicol Region; Eastern, Western and Central Visayas; Northern Mindanao; Davao Region and CARAGA to the NDRRMC Operations Center. These information are being disseminated to the public, media and concerned government agencies through the issuance of advisories and NDRRMC Updates for uploading at the NDRRMC website, SMS and facsimile for further dissemination to local DRRMCs

� NDRRMC conducted an emergency meeting on January 03, 2011, presided by USEC Benito Ramos, Executive Director of NDRRMC and Administrator, OCD and attended by NDRRMC member agencies such as: PAGASA, AFP, DOH, DBM, PIA, DSWD, DPWH, PNP, PCG, PMS, OCD Division Chiefs and OCD Regional Directors

� NDRRMC’s Member Agencies like AFP, PNP, DSWD and DOH are still detailed at NDRRMC Operations Center for easy coordination and actions on the requirements in the field, extent of damages and assistance provided by the concerned agencies and OCD Regional Centers IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, ARMM, and CARAGA

� Philippine Information Agency Continuously posts daily situation reports at Weather Watch (a facebook account) on the effects of the continuous rains in Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao which can be accessed through website: www.pia.gov.ph which has a link that takes the searcher directly to the account and also uses SMS to relay important information

2. SEARCH, RESCUE, (SAR) RETRIEVAL, EVACUATION AND CLEARING

OPERATIONS

Cumulative number of population evacuated to 284 evacuation centers = 20,682 families / 93,336 persons (source: DSWD)

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Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) � CSAFP directed COMSOLCOM to provide one (1) UH-IH Heli for use of OCD V

for the urgent conduct of rapid assessment in the province of Camarines Sur particularly in Siruma. Said Heli was pre-positioned at TOG 5 Legaspi City at 1300H Jan 2011

� The Philippine Air Force (PAF) provided three (3) PAF aircrafts (UH-1H): one (1) used by OCD-5/PDRRMC Albay in the conduct of aerial survey and inspection in Cagraray Islands in Albay; one used in the conduct of aerial survey and clearing operations in Southern Leyte, Eastern Samar and Western Samar; and one (1) for SAR operations in Catanduanes for the recovery of 5 missing fishermen thereat; organized search and rescue operations headed by Commander Joel Babas using one (1) Islander fixed-wing aircraft for the conduct of SAR in Catanduanes; and conducted joined aerial reconnaisance aboard one (1) UH IH Heli under TOG 5 at Brgy. Baldoc, Pandan, Catanduanes

� The Philippine Navy (PN) directed all stations and detachments to place respective DRGs on standby for possible SAR operations. DRU 207th / 505th SRG, 9ID, PA, 901st Bde, 902nd Bde and 903rd Bde established close coordination with Chairpersons, RDRRMC Regions IV-A, IV-B, V, VIII, X, CARAGA; and assisted in the distribution of relief goods in various flood and landslide-stricken areas, PN V provided transportation and security services during the delivery of relief goods from DSWD Warehouse to PG374 and PG378 at Legaspi City Pier and at Batan Island, Rapu-Rapu, Albay; and provided press release/media interview in connection with the on-going relief operation at Batan Island, Rapu Rapu, Albay and the SAR operations in Catanduanes

� The Philippine Army (PA) Special Forces deployed Hoover Craft Air Boats donated by the Australian Government to Liguasan Marsh in Maguindanao Province for use in the on-going disaster operations; The 901st IBde PA committed 4 vehicles (2M35, 2 km 450)) and 11 on call vehicles (6 M35 trucks, 4 km 450, 1 Elf from 901, 2IB, 7SRC, 3 RCDG and 5FSSU) and 16 personnel; PA V distributed potable water; assisted the relief operations at Brgy. Puro, Legaspi City; and continuously providing transportation/security support to the evacuation efforts of affected provinces in the region. The CENTCOM OPCON units conducted disaster response operations and deployed 4 platoons: 14IB, PA in Jipapad, Eastern Samar; DCoy 52CBn, PA in Taft, Eastern Samar; TG Gabay 801Bde, PA in Hinabangan, Western Samar: and 14 IB PA in Taft Eastern Samar. The 9ID PA V continued the distribution of relief goods in the flooded municipalities of Castilla, Juban, Pilar, Irosin, Casiguran, Sorsogon City all in Sorsogon and provinces of Catanduanes and Masbate; and prepositioned 4 M35 trucks, 4 km 450, 15 Officers, 282 enlisted personnel and 1 mini cruiser jeep. The 75th IB of the 401st BDE, 26th IB of the 402nd BDE, and 52nd Engineering Brigade in CARAGA augmented vehicles and military personnel in SAR, evacuation and relief operations

Philippine National Police (PNP) � PNP activated its Police Regional Disaster Operations Center (PRDOC) in close

coordination with the RDRRMC Operation Centers; assisted in disseminating warning advisories to the local Chief Executives, local DRRMC Action Officers, RDRRMC member agencies and local radio and television stations thru fax, and text; alerted its regional SAR teams and equipment on standby; provided direction and control in the conduct of operations in various regions; and initiated the conduct of SAR, retrieval, evacuation and relief operations in the provinces of Albay, Sorsogon, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes; St. Bernard, Southern Leyte, Agusan del Sur and Butuan City through its regional units: Deployable Response Group (DRG) of CGS Legaspi, DRG Team with 2 sets of diving gears

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aboard CGS Masbate and CGs Sorsogon are still on standby ready for deployment

� PNP-PRO V placed on alert standby sixty (60) personnel from Regional Public Safety Bn 5 (PPO and CPO), SKW Cargo Truck and H-Lux Patrol Car; deployed SAR equipment (rubber boat, life vest and ropes) to landside and flood-stricken areas in Albay, Sorsogon and Camarines Sur; dispatched 30 RPSB5 personnel to PDRRMC Albay to assist in repacking of relief goods; assisted in evacuating the 8,259 families / 37,631 persons in Albay and Sorsogon; PPO Albay with two (2) rescue units assisted motorist in Sto. Domingo; and the Municipal Police Station (MPS) of Manito, Albay conducted SAR on the reported missing

� PNP-PRO VIII - Elements of Southern Leyte Police Office participated in the evacuation of 392 families / 1,504 persons in flooded areas of the province; PNP St. Bernard conducted safety/monitoring operations in affected barangays and evacuation centers; and assisted the LGUs and NGAs in road clearing and relief operations

� PNP–PRO CARAGA deployed 1,296 personnel, 73 patrol cars, 6 units 6x6 trucks, 1 ambulance and 3 rubber boats to assist in evacuation, SAR and relief operations in various provinces; and conducted traffic, direction and control in the conduct of SAR and relief operations. Elements of PPO in Agusan del Sur assisted in the evacuation of affected families in the low-lying barangays and participated in the SAR operations; RPSB CARAGA led by P/SUPT Francisco Dungo Jr., BATCOM conducted SAR operations in Brgy. Lemon and Brgy. Mahay in Butuan City

Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) � PCG Headquarters rescue assets such as: 1 PCG Islander Aircraft, 1 PCG

HELI and 4 teams of DRG were placed on standby/ready for dispatch. PCG Districts: CGD Palawan, CGD BICOL, CGD Central Eastern Visayas and CGD Northern Mindanao dispatched their respective SAR assets such as: Rescue Team of SOG Divers, SOG personnel and Teams of Deployable Response Group (DRG) in respective areas of responsibility and assisted in the conduct of search and rescue, retrieval, and evacuation operations and relief distribution

� Commander, CGD BICOL (CGDBCL) requested to higher headquarters the deployment of PCG vessel or craft, additional diving equipment and paraphernalia and to permanently detail a medical team as part of rescue capability and response to any SAR related emergencies in various CG stations; dispatched teams of DRGs’ SOG personnel, medical teams, SAR equipment and M-35 trucks to assist/augment emergency responders in Albay, Sorsogon, Catanduanes, Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte and Masbate. CGD Masbate rescued two (2) motorized bancas (MBCA GANI and MBCA CAMIL) with 8 fishermen from Balatan, Camarines Sur at the vicinity of Animisola Island, Masbate. CG Detachment Pasacao and a team from the Office of the Mayor of Balatan, Camarines Sur jointly conducted SAR operation at the vicinity waters off Animisola Island, Masbate and rescued two (2) motorized Bancas namely MBca Gani and MBca Camil and successfully rescued the eight (8) fishermen namely: Oscar Recarte, Giovani Recarte, Loloy Coralde, Rachel Riflora, Danilo Tejares, Danny Tejares, Boyet Barraquel and Ricardo Riflora, all of legal age and resident of Brgy. Duran, Balatan, Camarines Sur

� CG D Palawan (CGDPAL) dispatched 1 rescue team of SOG Divers to Brgys El Vita and Paracan, Narra, Palawan and conducted SAR operations

� CGD Central Eastern Visayas (CGDCEV) deployed 1 team of Deployable Response Group (DRG) from Maasin Coast Guard Station to Brgy. Pulot Pulot, Saint Bernard and four (4) SOG personnel from HQ, SOG augmented the

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rescue responders in CGS Maasin to support and assist in the conduct of SAR operations thereat

� CGD Northern Mindanao (CGDNM) dispatched 1 Team of SOG Divers to Brgy Buhangin, Butuan City and four SOG personnel from HQ, SOG augmented the rescue responders of CGDNM Butuan City in the conduct of SAR operations thereat

LGUs � PDRRMCs concerned in various provinces of Regions V, VI, VIII, VIII, X, XI, XII

and CARAGA conducted a pre-emptive evacuations in the critical barangays of affected municipalities

3. RELIEF OPERATIONS Department of Social Welfare and Development/ LGUs/ NGOs/INGOs Food and Non-Food Items

� The estimated cost of assistance provided in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, XI and CARAGA in the form of food and non-food items from the combined resources of DSWD, LGUs and NGOs/INGOs is PhP 38,724,751.53: DSWD Ph10,251,116.15; LGUs PhP 27,079,662.18 ; and NGOS and Other GOs PhP1,393,973.20

Cumulative Total of Population Served both Inside and Outside Evacuation Centers = 192,091 families / 932,123 persons (source: DSWD)

� DSWD-CO mobilized/deployed its Regional QRTs and SWAD Teams to assist the affected LGUs in the disaster operations; allocated PhP4.0M as additional standby funds for the local government of the follo wing FOs: CARAGA PhP1.5 M), V (PhP.5 M), VIII (PhP1.5M) and XI (PhP. 5M) and pre-positioned PhP 26.09 Million worth of stand-by funds, family packs, other food and non-food items in all concerned DSWD-FOs ready available for augmentation support; and released a truckload of PhP1,643,541.58 worth of food and non-food items to DSWD FO V from the DSWD National Resource Operations Center (NROC) on Dec 31, 2010 and Jan 08 and 13, 2011 as additional augmentation support in Albay

� DSWD V pre-positioned 100 sacks of rice to Catanduanes, 50 to Camarines Sur, 25 to Sorsogon, 325 to Albay and 500 family food packs to Libon, Albay. As of January 14, 2011, the amount of resources aug mented in Albay, Catanduanes, Sorsogon and Camarines Sur amounted to PhP1,785,531.15

� DSWD VIII delivered PhP 136,000.00 worth of assistance consisting of 500 family food packs and 500 packs clothing and delivers 10 boxes of mineral water to St. Bernard; provided 30 family packs and 30 packs clothing to the 30 families in Barangays East and West, Baueun, Leyte; allocated 400 family packs and 400 packs of clothing for the flood/landslide victims in the region. PSWD Eastern Samar allocated family food pack and used clothing to Maslog and Jipapad at 500 food packs and 500 packs used clothing in each municipality; SWAD team in Southern Leyte continuously coordinate with the MDRRMC St. Bernard on the status of relief distribution, master listing of evacuees, reporting and monitoring of donated goods received to ensure proper distribution

� DSWD CARAGA provided relief augmentation in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur in the form of 1,000 family packs worth PhP 341,030

� PDRRMC Camarines Sur has standby 7,000 food packs and prepared additional 2,000 food packs as requested by Mayor Sandy Ondis of Siruma

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� Rep. Alliah Dimaporo , 1st District, Lanao del Norte provided 2,616 family food packs to 665 families in Baroy and Tubod, Lanao del Norte. Food pack contains rice, sardines corned beef, beef loaf and noodles and Non Food Items (NFIs) – basin, cooking pots, frying pan, slippers, pail, used clothing, mosquito nets, blankets, plastic mats, water containers

� AFP Philippine Navy conducted the following: relief operations at Cagraray Island, Bacacay, Albay (650 food packs); and Tabaco City (260 food packs) in support to the Food For Work program for the economically displaced fisherfolk in the area, and participated in the Medical and Dental Mission at the Brgys. Tinapian and Manumbalay, Manito, Albay spearheaded by DOH5 and LGU.

� NFSL PN transported 250 food packs from DSWD Legazpi City to Rapu-Rapu, Albay for distribution to flood affected residents in the island

Department of Health (DOH) Health and WASH

� The extent of logistical health expenditures provided in various CHDs in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI and CARAGA amounted to PhP 3,491,891.78

� DOH-HEMS–OPCEN declared Health Emergency Code White Alert and fully activated to include all field response teams and PHTO-Based Response Teams in CHDs IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI and CARAGA; pre-positioned and augmented assorted medicines, medical supplies, water testing reagents, disinfectants, family kits first aid kits and WATSAN logistics in various CHDs; Respective CHDs intensified dissemination of health advisory on water sanitation, leptospirosis and household water disinfection in various evacuation centers through distribution of flyers; Various Provincial Health Teams (PHTs) conducted rapid health assessment and disease surveillance and prevention in all affected regions

� CHD Bicol assisted President Aquino in his visit to various affected areas and in the distribution of 200 Hygiene kits from UNFPA, 150 Family and 100 First Aid Kits from DOH-HEMS in the evacuation centers and the rest was turned over to Gov. Joey Salceda for other municipalities. Based on surveillance conducted by PHO Albay, there were 718 cases reported: 334 cases of upper respiratory tract infection; 58 headache, 53 athlete’s foot, 16 fever, 38 asthma, 20 bronchitis, 12 arthritis, 14 UTI, 3 skin disease, 16 wounds, 12 vascular disease, 30 hypertension and 110 acute respiratory infection. Number of pregnant (30) and lactating mother (29). As of 15 January 2011, the top 3 leading cases of m orbidity seen in all evacuation camps were cough and colds (52 cases), u pper respiratory tract infections (33) and headaches (30)

� CHD VIII provided technical assistance in terms of health emergency management; assisted LGU on health situation assessment in the evacuation camps; and assisted in the daily surveillance activity inside and outside evacuation centers, assisted President Aquino in his visit to affected areas and in the distribution of assorted drugs and medicines worth PhP 35,000 in Samar and Leyte

� CHD CARAGA assisted President Aquino in His visit to affected areas and augmentation of 3 sets of drugs and medicines worth PhP78,000.00 in Agusan del Sur, Butuan City and Surigao del Sur at PhP26,692.53 per set. The PHTs in CARAGA distributed pre-positioned medicines and fluids to the affected provinces amounting to PhP 763,082.05 broken down as follows: Agusan del Norte (79,685.76); Butuan City (77,461.27); Agusan del Sur (155,614.25); Surigao del Norte (122,549.74); Surigao City (51,758.06); Surigao del Sur (155,525.71; and Dinagat Islands (37,475.50)

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� Zuellig Pharma Corporation donated 19 boxes of medicines to Region V containing Vidaylin Gummies with Garden Vegetables 30’s Bio-enhanced Calcium Plus Cap 30’s f and UNFPA provided 1,000 Hygiene kits to CHD V worth Php 840,000 including the transport cost, distributed in Albay for implementation of minimum initial service package for reproductive health of women in crisis in evacuation centers in Albay, with pregnant and lactating women as the target population

� DOH-CHD5 dispatched medical teams from BRTTH and AFP in Cawayan, Manito with medical supplies from CHD Bicol worth PhP 60,000.00

4. DAMAGES AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT

RDRRMC Team composed of OCD RD V, Task Force Sagip , Commander, RD DOH V, Philippine Navy, AFP and PDRRMC Camarines Sur Personnel proceeded to Camarines Sur via PAF Aircraft to c onduct rapid assessment in Siruma and delivered 300 boxes of m ineral water and 100 boxes of electrolytes to affected population in B rgy. Butawanan, Siruma.

Another PAF Aircraft is set to ferry DOH 5 Medical Team and emergency medical supplies to Brgy. Buhawatan, Siruma, Camari nes Sur today, 16 January 2011 at 8:00 AM. The team will set-up and m an the satellite hospital to address the life-threatening condition of about four hundred fifty (450) household who are affected by diarrhea.

Department of Agriculture (DA) � DA Central Action Center (DACAC) submitted its assessment on agricultural

productions. based on the report of its Regional Field Offices in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and the NFA distributed 3,824 bags of rice assistance to CARAGA PDRRMCs

� DA VIII prepared a rehabilitation program to provide immediate relief in the form of certified seeds to affected rice farmers

� DA CARAGA dispatched response team to validate and assess damage areas and provided agricultural agricultural assistance (rice seeds) to affected families

Department of Public Works and High ways (DPWH) � DPWH, through its Maintenance Engineering Crew in various affected regions,

has undertaken the following activities: removal and clearing of debris and rock/slides; installation of barricades and warning signs along the national and secondary roads; de-clogging of culverts/ditches and removal of debris along bridge waterways; and emergency repairs of roads

� DPWH CARAGA conducted immediate repair, installed safety warning signs on damaged road sections for public safety and convenience

Department of Education (DepEd) � DepEd issued directives to suspend classes in the Elementary and High School in

regions adversely affected by flood and landslides

Department of Environmental and Natural Resources ( DENR) � DENR CAR issued a memorandum to all PENROs, CENROSs, EMB and MGB

in all regions to monitor landslides and flood prone areas in respective AORs to advise the people to be vigilant

Department of the Interior and Local Government (DI LG) � DILG CARAGA reiterated the implementation of Memorandum Circular No.

2010-79 dated August 24, 2010 re: Calamity Response Protocols and

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Associated Actions to ensure an active local government compliance of said issuance

RDRRMCs/ PDRRMCs/CDRRMCs � RDRRMCs and local DRRMCs’ Chairpersons in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI,

XII, ARMM and CARAGA orchestrated the emergency management in the flood and landslide-stricken areas in terms of search and rescue, evacuation, relief operations, conduct of emergency meetings and disseminations of warnings to the public

� Disaster Operations Centers of affected regions maintain 24/7hours monitoring operations and dissemination of warning advisories to RDRRMC member agencies; local Chief Executives (LCEs), local DRRMC Action Officers; and local radio/television stations thru fax, voice, SMS and email

� Affected local DRRMCs dispatched their respective emergency response groups for the conduct of SAR, evacuation, relief and clearing operations in flood/landslide- stricken areas

Regional Initiatives - Details on Tab G

III. AREAS DECLARED UNDER A STATE OF CALAMITY CARAGA � Surigao del Sur thru SP Resolution No. 193 series 2011 dated January 04, 2011 � Agusan del Norte

� Butuan City thru SP Resolution No 004-2011 dated January 05, 2011 � Agusan del Sur thru SP Resolution 185 series 2011 dated January 5, 2011

� Bunawan thru SP Resolution No. 001 series 2011 dated January 03, 2011 � Esperanza thru SP Resolution No. 001-2011 dated January 03, 2011 � San Francisco thru SP Resolution No. 001 series 2011 dated January 03, 2011

� Sibagat thru SP Resolution No. 01-11 series 2011 dated January 03, 2011

� Surigao del Norte thru SP Resolution No. 001 series 2011 dated January 06, 2011

� Surigao City thru SP Resolution No.05-2011 series 2011 dated January 04, 2011 Region XI

� Talaingod, Compostela Valley � Sto Tomas, Compostela Valley

Region VIII

� Saint Bernard, Southern Leyte – thru Resolution 01 series 2011 dated January 03, 2011 � Eastern Samar January 10, 2011

Region V

� Albay Province thru SP Resolution No. 57 s 2010 dated December 30, 2010 � Juban, Sorsogon thru SB Resolution No. 51 s 2011

Region VI

� Silay City, Negros Occidental � Victorias City, Negros Occidental

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IV. NEEDS AND REQUIREMENTS

Immediate (short-term)

Region VIII

Saint Bernard, Southern Leyte � Immediate needs of the affected families in St. Bernard were already addressed by

various donors Paranas, Western Samar � There is an urgent need for relocation of residents in Paranas, Western Samar as the

Mines and Geo-science Bureau had declared the area as vulnerable to landslides. The Mayor of Paranas is requesting for core shelter assistance and technical assistance shall be provided by DSWD FO VIII to facilitate preparation of documentary requirements

Region V Albay – Cash assistance to sustain relief operations in vulnerable areas Catanduanes – Assets from PN and PAF to assist in the local SAR for the missing fishermen and relief assistance to augment local resources.

Note: (Immediate short term needs were referred to appropriate agencies) Assistance for Long-Term Needs

� Acquisition of lots for relocation sites and construction of housing � Mitigation projects – construction of river control dikes, riprapping, dredging of canals � Rehabilitation – construction of access roads, drainage facilities and water works

system

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Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-end of a Co ld Front in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARA GA and ARMM

As of 16 January 2011, 6:00 AM SUMMARY OF EMERGENCY INCIDENTS MONITORED

1. FLOODING/FLASHFLOOD REGION PROVINCES CITY/MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAYS

Region IV-B Palawan BrgyS. El Vita and Paraca, Narra Albay Jovellar, Daraga, Camalig, Malinao, Polangui, Libon,

Malilipot, Manito, Sto Domingo, Tiwi, Rapurapu Tabaco City and Legaspi City

Sorsogon Castilla and Prieto Diaz Catanduanes Pandan

Region V

Masbate Region VI Negros Occidental Victoria City, Silay City, Talisay City and EB Magalona

Eastern Samar Upstream barangays in Oras, Maslog, Can-avid, Dolores, Jipapad and Taft; Brgy Mambog, Pinacdao

Leyte Tacloban City Western Samar Brgy Fatima, Hinabangan Southern Leyte Brgys Tambis 1 and 2, Mahayahay, San Isidro, Sug-

angon, Ayahag, Nueva Esperanza, Catmon, Malibago, Ma. Asuncion, Panian, Himbangan, Magbagacay and Himatagon Poblacion in Saint Bernard

Region VIII

Northern Samar Brgys Old Rizal, Mackenley, Narra, Ipil-Ipil, Bangkerohan, Molave, Yakal and Dalakit , all in Catarman

Region X Lanao del Norte Tubod, Baroy and Lala Compostela Valley Monkayo (2 Brgys); Compostela (3 Brgys); New Bataan

(3 brgys); Montevista (2 Brgys); and Nabunturan (1 brgy) Davao Oriental Boston (2 Brgys) and Manay (1brgy) Davao del Sur Sta. Maria (3 brgys)

Region XI

Davao del Norte Asuncion (13 brgys), Kapalong (6 brgys), Sto Tomas (11 brgys), Tagum City (3 brgys), Talaingod (3 brgys), New Corella (2 brgys) and Braulio Dujali (3 brgys)

Region XII South Cotabato Tupi ( Brgy Linan)

Flood waters in all affected areas have already subsided. Hence, all evacuees have returned to their respective homes, except those whose houses were totally damaged CARAGA Surigao City, Surigao del Sur, Agusan del Norte & A gusan del Sur ARMM Maguindanao 16 barangays 13 in Talayan and 3 in Datu Anggal

Midtimbang

2. LANDSLIDE REGION PROVINCES CITY/MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAYS

Albay Manito, Sto. Domingo, Malilipot, Camalig, Daraga, Rapu Rapu and Bacacay

Region V

Sorsogon Brgy. Cristo, Donsol Leyte Artemio Mate Avenue, Tacloban City Western Samar Brgy. San Rafael, Hinabangan, San Jose de Buan

Region VIII

Southern Leyte Brgy Bolodbolod, Mahayag, and Brgys Malinao, Tabontabon, Lepanto and Hindag-an, Saint Bernard

Region XI Compostela Valley Brgys Mt Diwata and San Jose, Monkayo and Brgys. Cambagang and Poblacion, Maragusan

CARAGA Surigao del Sur, Surigao City, Dinagat Islands, Agusan del Sur and Agusan del Sur (Prosperidad)

3. SEA MISHAP REGION REMARKS

Region V Sail/row boat (Sibid-Sibid) capsized within the vicinity of San Pablo, Virac, Catanduanes due to strong waves with one fishermen reported missing identified as Patricio Adronial Pergrino, Jr., 56 years old of Brgy Sta. Cruz

4. STORM SURGE REGION REMARKS

Region X Misamis Occidental - A storm surge occurred in Ozamiz City, with 3 barangays affected

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Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families P ersons Families Persons

1,795 309,002 1,580,543 77 1,969 8,841 109,620 541,400 111,589 550,2415 289 1,302 0 0 0 0 0 0 05 289 1,302 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NARRA 5 289 1,302 0 0

244 43,868 223,548 41 828 3,460 3,973 19,865 4,801 23,325146 37,456 191,924 41 828 3,460 0 0 828 3,460

BACACAY 15 746 4,122 8 0 0 0 0 0 0CAMALIG 16 4,316 22,317 2 80 389 80 389DARAGA 17 5,433 25,211 5 149 516 149 516JOVELLAR 4 385 1,996 0 0 0 0LEGAZPI CITY 23 5,701 29,654 0 0LIBON 22 1,813 9,456 0 0 0 0MALILIPOT 8 3,299 17,158 10 566 2,390 566 2,390MALINAO 12 502 2,612 0 0MANITO 11 3,122 16,358 12 0 0 0 0POLANGUI 842 4,379 0 0RAPU-RAPU 6,488 33,741 0 0SANTO DOMINGO (LIBOG) 5 1,768 9,099 4 33 165 33 165TABACO CITY 2 1,397 7,271 0 0TIWI 11 1,644 8,550 0 0

23 3,974 19,870 0 0 0 3,973 19,865 3,973 19,865LAGONOY 1 1 5 0 0SIRUMA 22 3,973 19,865 3,973 19,865 3,973 19,865

2 6 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0PANGANIBAN (PAYO) 1 5 25 - - VIRAC 1 1 5 - -

73 2,432 11,724 0 - - - - - - BULAN 5 87 417 0 0CASIGURAN 4 485 2,827 0 0CASTILLA 29 0 0JUBAN 7 719 3,409 0 0MAGALLANES 2 86 442 0 0MATNOG 10 516 2,368 0 0PRIETO DIAZ 15 538 2,256 0 0SANTA MAGDALENA 0 0SORSOGON CITY 1 1 5 0 0

53 14,237 67,266 0 - - - - 0 053 14,237 67,266 0 - - - - - -

BACOLOD 8 60 300 0 0ENRIQUE B. MAGALONA (SARAVIA) 9 3,153 12,612 - - 0 0SILAY CITY 7 5,129 30,774 0 0TALISAY CITY 13 1,260 5,040 0 0VICTORIAS CITY 16 4,635 18,540 - - 0 0

4 313 1,662 0 - - - - - -

4 313 1,662 0 - - - - - - CEBU CITY 1 211 1,266 0 0MANDAUE 2 91 348 0 0NAGA 1 11 48 0 0

818 107,360 530,182 32 886 4,085 105,647 521,535 106,533 525,620

EASTERN SAMAR 227 23,452 113,396 2 58 290 23,394 113,106 23,452 113,396 ARTECHE 12 3,804 14,567 3,804 14,567 3,804 14,567BALANGKAYAN 9 336 1,467 336 1,467 336 1,467BORONGAN 25 1,533 7,665 1 51 255 1,482 7,410 1,533 7,665CAN-AVID 18 2,000 10,000 2,000 10,000 2,000 10,000DOLORES 29 5,179 25,895 5,179 25,895 5,179 25,895JIPAPAD 13 2,400 12,000 2,400 12,000 2,400 12,000MASLOG 12 1,806 9,030 1 7 35 1,799 8,995 1,806 9,030MAYDOLONG 20 467 1,883 467 1,883 467 1,883ORAS 22 3,074 15,370 3,074 15,370 3,074 15,370SALCEDO 28 0 0SAN JULIAN 6 437 2,185 437 2,185 437 2,185SAN POLICARPO 6 25 155 25 155 25 155SULAT 8 566 2,868 566 2,868 566 2,868TAFT 19 1,825 10,311 1,825 10,311 1,825 10,311

LEYTE 94 10,000 49,837 0 - - 10,000 49,837 10,000 49,837 BURAUEN 2 30 150 30 150 30 150DAGAMI 42 1,269 6,182 1,269 6,182 1,269 6,182MAYORGA 16 3,194 15,970 3,194 15,970 3,194 15,970TACLOBAN CITY 34 5,507 27,535 5,507 27,535 5,507 27,535

NORTHERN SAMAR 302 60,282 299,458 0 - - 60,282 299,458 60,282 299,458 BOBON 13 4,634 22,807 4,634 22,807 4,634 22,807CATARMAN 50 10,172 43,070 10,172 43,070 10,172 43,070CATUBIG 47 5,751 21,735 5,751 21,735 5,751 21,735LAOANG 23 3,492 19,227 3,492 19,227 3,492 19,227LAPINIG 15 2,330 11,842 2,330 11,842 2,330 11,842LAVEZARES 16 3,667 18,335 3,667 18,335 3,667 18,335MAPANAS 13 2,179 12,321 2,179 12,321 2,179 12,321MONDRAGON 24 6,729 40,098 6,729 40,098 6,729 40,098PALAPAG 10 1,969 9,845 1,969 9,845 1,969 9,845PAMBUJAN 26 3,710 22,260 3,710 22,260 3,710 22,260ROSARIO 11 2,027 10,135 2,027 10,135 2,027 10,135SAN ISIDRO 15 4,190 20,950 4,190 20,950 4,190 20,950SAN JOSE 16 3,600 18,000 3,600 18,000 3,600 18,000SAN ROQUE 18 3,682 18,083 3,682 18,083 3,682 18,083SILVINO LOBOS 5 2,150 10,750 2,150 10,750 2,150 10,750

SAMAR (WESTERN SAMAR) 166 11,748 58,115 0 - - 11,748 58,115 11,748 58,115 CALBIGA 15 956 4,606 956 4,606 956 4,606GANDARA 64 3,915 19,721 3,915 19,721 3,915 19,721HINABANGAN 17 2,009 9,241 2,009 9,241 2,009 9,241MATUGUINAO 1 3 15 3 15 3 15

SitRep No. 37

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Co ld Front in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA, and ARMM AFFECTED POPULATION

As of 16 January 2011, 6:00 AM

Region/Province/Mun/City

AFFECTED No. of Evac

Centers

TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT

(Inside + Outside)

GRAND TOTAL

Inside Evacuation Centers Outside Evacuation Cent ers

REGION IV-B (MIMAROPA)

SORSOGON

PALAWAN

REGION V (BICOL REGION)

ALBAY

CAMARINES SUR

CATANDUANES

REGION VI (WESTERN VISAYAS)

NEGROS OCCIDENTAL

REGION VII (CENTRAL VISAYAS)

CEBU

REGION VIII (EASTERN VISAYAS)

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Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families P ersons Families Persons

Region/Province/Mun/City

AFFECTED No. of Evac

Centers

TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT

(Inside + Outside) Inside Evacuation Centers Outside Evacuation Cent ers

MOTIONG 6 700 3,500 700 3,500 700 3,500PAGSANGHAN 3 339 2,012 339 2,012 339 2,012PARANAS (WRIGHT) 6 529 2,645 529 2,645 529 2,645PINABACDAO 24 500 2,500 500 2,500 500 2,500SAN JORGE 15 1,634 8,060 1,634 8,060 1,634 8,060SAN JOSE DE BUAN 6 568 2,840 568 2,840 568 2,840SANTA RITA 9 595 2,975 595 2,975 595 2,975

SOUTHERN LEYTE 29 1,878 9,376 30 828 3,795 223 1,019 1,051 4,814 BONTOC 4 127 614 3 34 162 46 238 80 400HINUNANGAN 9 45 0 0SAINT BERNARD 11 1,500 7,500 25 631 2,764 98 433 729 3,197SOGOD 13 241 1,212 2 163 869 78 343 241 1,212TOMAS OPPUS 1 1 5 1 5 1 5

29 3,664 18,160 0 - - - - - -

LANAO DEL NORTE 21 2,761 13,130 0 - - - - - - BAROY 3 675 2,700 0 0LALA 9 998 4,990 0 0TUBOD 9 1,088 5,440 0 0

MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL 8 903 5,030 - - - - - - OROQUIETA CITY 14 70 0 0OZAMIS CITY 3 856 4,787 0 0ALORAN 1 2 11 0 0JIMENEZ 2 12 60 0 0PANAON 1 10 57 0 0SINACABAN 1 9 45 0 0

119 24,740 124,472 4 255 1,296 - - 255 1,296 COMPOSTELA VALLEY 32 698 3,229 4 255 1,296 0 0 255 1,296

COMPOSTELA 10 110 472 1 69 417 69 417MARAGUSAN (SAN MARIANO) 2 0 0MONKAYO 11 506 2,360 2 164 782 164 782MONTEVISTA 5 60 300 0 0NABUNTURAN 1 22 97 1 22 97 22 97NEW BATAAN 3 0 0

DAVAO DEL NORTE 43 7,350 36,705 0 - - - - - - ASUNCION (SAUG) 16 3,174 15,870 0 0BRAULIO E. DUJALI 3 300 1,500 0 0CARMEN 8 473 2,365 0 0KAPALONG 2 304 1,520 0 0SANTO TOMAS 11 1,549 7,745 0 0TAGUM CITY 3 1,550 7,705 0 0

DAVAO DEL SUR 15 3,611 18,055 0 - - - - - - MALITA 12 1,481 7,405 0 0SANTA MARIA 3 2,130 10,650 0 0

DAVAO ORIENTAL 29 13,081 66,483 0 - - - - - - BOSTON 7 3,566 17,830 0 0CARAGA 17 8,161 40,805 0 0LUPON 2 117 585 0 0MANAY 2 161 805 0 0TARRAGONA 1 1,076 6,458 0 0

1 7 35 0 - - - - - -

SOUTH COTABATO 1 7 35 0 - - - - - - TUPI 1 7 35 0 0

506 112,096 601,804 0 - - - - - - AGUSAN DEL NORTE 102 26,162 133,422 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BUENAVISTA 8 1,907 9,535 0 0BUTUAN CITY 62 17,565 90,280 0 0JABONGA 2 592 3,117 0 0LAS NIEVES 13 3,200 16,000 0 0MAGALLANES 4 891 4,455 0 0REMEDIOS T. ROMUALDEZ 5 1,865 9,325 0 0SANTIAGO 8 142 710 0 0

AGUSAN DEL SUR 196 47,811 238,159 0 0 0 0 0 0 0BAYUGAN 23 4,202 21,010 0 0BUNAWAN 10 4,798 19,165 0 0ESPERANZA 28 7,516 44,537 0 0LA PAZ 15 4,702 24,638 0 0LORETO 9 2,536 12,680 0 0PROSPERIDAD 23 8,953 44,698 - - - - 0 0ROSARIO 11 2,769 13,845 0 0SAN FRANCISCO 17 4,192 17,483 0 0SAN LUIS 9 840 4,545 - - 0 0SANTA JOSEFA 11 691 3,455 0 0SIBAGAT 14 564 2,832 0 0TALACOGON 7 785 3,036 0 0TRENTO 5 901 4,425 0 0VERUELA 14 4,362 21,810 0 0

DINAGAT ISLANDS - - - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0SURIGAO DEL NORTE 84 7,265 38,090 0 - - - - - -

BURGOS 4 93 513 - - 0 0GIGAQUIT 7 1,506 12,516 0 0MAINIT 8 502 2,510 0 0MALIMONO 14 432 2,049 0 0PLACER 11 532 3,116 0 0SAN FRANCISCO (ANAO-AON) 4 30 180 0 0SANTA MONICA (SAPAO) 11 408 2,290 0 0SURIGAO CITY 4 184 920 0 0TAGANA-AN 14 3,385 13,031 0 0TUBOD 7 193 965 0 0

SURIGAO DEL SUR 124 30,858 192,133 0 0 0 0 0 0 0BAROBO 14 2,737 16,422 - - 0 0BAYABAS 2 312 1,038 0 0BISLIG CITY 9 6,732 40,392 - - 0 0CAGWAIT 3 714 16,304 0 0CANTILAN 3 2,941 12,675 0 0CARMEN 3 344 2,064 0 0CARRASCAL 4 803 4,818 0 0CORTES 1 1 6 0 0HINATUAN 2 290 1,743 0 0LANUZA 5 619 3,714 0 0LIANGA 4 960 5,760 0 0

REGION X (NORTHERN MINDANAO)

REGION XI (DAVAO REGION)

REGION XII (SOCCSKSARGEN)

REGION XIII (CARAGA)

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Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families P ersons Families Persons

Region/Province/Mun/City

AFFECTED No. of Evac

Centers

TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT

(Inside + Outside) Inside Evacuation Centers Outside Evacuation Cent ers

LINGIG 9 27 162 0 0MADRID 6 618 3,708 0 0MARIHATAG 9 1,760 10,560 0 0SAN AGUSTIN 4 97 1,369 0 0SAN MIGUEL 18 3,538 21,228 0 0TAGBINA 10 1,737 10,422 0 0TAGO 9 3,481 20,866 0 0TANDAG 9 3,147 18,882 0 0

16 2,428 12,140 0 - - - - - - MAGUINDANAO 16 2,428 12,140 0 - - - - - -

DATU ANGGAL MIDTIMBANG 3 590 2,950 0 0TALAYAN 13 1,838 9,190 0 0

REGIONS 10 PROVINCES 25 CITIES 16 MUNICIPALITIES 159 BARANGAYS 1,795

ARMM

AFFECTED AREAS

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SitRep No. 37 Tab C

REGION V 9Albay 1 Dadap, Antonio 50 Manito, Albay Drowning

1 Dadap, Lolita 80 Manito, Albay DrowningSorsogon 1 Knight Gambit Alenia 8 Macabog, Sorsogon City Drowning

Legazpi City 1 Abrigo. Maricris 21 Mariawa, Legazpi City DrowningCatanduanes 1 Mallete, Armando 51 Brgy. Amomonting, Castilla, Sorsogon Drowning

1 Soledad, Jerry 30 Payo, Panganiban Drowning1 Villar, Rannie 20 Payo, Panganiban Drowning1 Villar, Ricky 28 Brgy. Cagdarao, Panganiban Drowning

Camarines Sur 1 Chen Te Hao 37 Sitio Benguet, Himagtocon, LagunoyHemorrhagic shock secondary to crushing injury due to landslide

REGION VI 2Negros Occidental 1 Logronio, Amelyn 9 Purok Isla, Brgy. Villamonte, Bacolod City Drowned due to flashflood

1 Anonas, Jose 37 Brgy. San Jose, EB Magalona Electrocution

REGION VIII 12Southern Leyte 1 Discaryal, Fatima 5 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard Landslide

1 Discaryal, Rodel 1 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard Landslide1 Lakipon, Jomar 7 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard Landslide1 Montederamos, Recabel 10 Brgy. Maanyag, Tomas Oppus Drowning1 Pelaez, Patrick 11 Brgy. Pancho, Villa Sogod Drowning

Eastern Samar 1 Alvero, Alfredo 5 Brgy Locso-on, Borongan Drowning1 Cornala, Jerome 9 Brgy San Miguel, San Julian Drowning1 Ellorando, Julius 24 Brgy Campesao, Borongan Drowning1 Maestre, Marcos Balibalos 52 Brgy Paypayon, Oras Drowning1 Maestre, Veneranda Lobina 49 Brgy Paypayon, Oras Drowning1 Rivera, Gleiza Joy Balise 6 Brgy San Roque, Dolores Hypoxia

Northern Samar 1 Agilando, Mark Paul A. 21 Brgy Cabariwan, Palapag Drowning

REGION X 1Lanao del Norte 1 Telostina, Christine 6 Brgy. Lower Sagadan, Baroy Drowning

REGION XI 3Compostela Valley 1 Porras, Apolinaria 58 Mt. Diwata, Monkayo Drowning

Davao del Sur 1 Caan, Jonas D. 25 Brgy. Pongpong, Sta. Maria DrowningDavao del Norte 1 Daniel, Eserio F. 47 Brgy. Bobongon, Sto. Tomas Drowning

CARAGA 20Agusan del Norte 1 Albiro, Dioscoro 17 Brgy. Maibu, Butuan City Buried alive due to landslide

1 Carrido, Shielo 40 Brgy. Maibu, Butuan City Buried alive due to landslide1 Tablon, Francisco Eclipse 70 Sitio Sabang Brgy. Magsaysay Jabongan Drowning

Surigao del Norte 1 Alutaya, Lorna 27 Camboayon, Bacuag Drowning1 Dalangin, Roberto 35 Brgy. Camilan, Tubod Drowning due to strong current1 Siega, Angelo Arniba 5 Nueva St., Surigao City Drowning

Surigao del Sur 1 Bobiles, Ramil Lamigo 36 Brgy. Tina, San Miguel Drowning1 Rebasora, Roberto Paradaña 50 Brgy. Tabon, Mangagoy, Bislig City Drowning1 Rustico, Lamigo Pacaldo 38 Brgy. Mat-e, Cagwait Drowning1 Tajonera, Maxuell 48 Brgy. Aras-asan, Cagwait Drowning

Agusan del Sur 1 Alisna, Ceasar Aquilan 50 Brgy. Tagoyango, Sibagat Drowning1 Batilaran, Armando E. 70 Brgy. Caimpugan, San Francisco Drowning1 Buhayang, Roselyn Porras 16 Brgy. Salvador, Properidad Drowning1 Carl, Dondie Boilante 6 P-2 Brgy. Magsaysay, Prosperidad Drowned due to strong current1 Gonzales, Marvin 23 P-5 Sta. Irene Bayugan Drowning1 Lara, Junmark Castro 23 Sitio Caniyugan, Bayugan Drowning1 Mabras, Felicitas Macuno 65 Brgy. Salvador, Properidad Drowning1 Madelo, Manuel 28 Brgy. Patin-ay, Prosperidad Electrocuted1 Mondejar, Bryl Jake 1 Don Alejandro, San Luis Drowning1 Rodrigo, Michael Otero 12 Purok 4, Libertad, Bunawan Electrocuted

GRAND TOTAL 47 DEAD

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front

in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM

CASUALTIESAs of 16 January 2011, 06:00 AM

REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY

Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks

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SitRep No. 37 Tab C

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front

in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM

CASUALTIESAs of 16 January 2011, 06:00 AM

REGION/PROVINCE/ MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY

Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks

REGION VIII 8Southern Leyte 1 Lakipon, Cherry 40 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard Landslide

1 Lakipon, Elvira 30 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard Landslide1 Lakipon, Jerry 10 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard Landslide1 Lakipon, Jimboy 6 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard Landslide1 Libres, Rowen 23 Sogod Landslide1 Libres, Stephanie 2 Sogod Landslide1 Napuli, Aida 49 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard Landslide1 PO3 Talisic, Noel Libagon Landslide

REGION V 2Catanduanes 1 Peregrino, Patricio Adronial*** 56 Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Virac

1 Soledad, Joseph*** 33 Brgy. Cagdarao, PanganibanCARAGA 2

Agusan del Sur 1 Bartolome Rabonque*** 57 Brgy. Balubo, Esperanza

1 Jupson, Ronnie B.*** 19 P-3 Mandagao Poblacion Bunawan

*** for verification of DOH

GRAND TOTAL 4 MISSING

GRAND TOTAL 8 INJURED

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Sitrep No. 37 Tab D

TOTALLY PARTIALLY

503 1,914IV-B 11 0

Palawan 11 0 Narra 11

V 1 10 Albay 0 9 Bacacay 9

Sorsogon 1 1 Juban

Matnog 1 1

VI 52 191 Negros Occidental 52 191 Talisay City 2

Silay City 43 183

EB Magalona 1

Victorias City 6 8

VII 108 13 Cebu 108 13 Cebu City 72 3

Naga City 2 9

Mandaue City 34 1

VIII 185 1,463 Southern Leyte 11 17 Bontoc

Ginsaagan 2 4

St. Bernand 3 2

Sogod 6 11

Eastern Samar 110 900 Arteche 2 Can-avid 7 Balangkayan 6 Taft 7 10 Maslog 27 116 San Julian 1 7 Sulat 12 554 Borongan City 56 205 Western Samar 54 414 Gandara 28 371 Matuguinao 3 Paranas 15 33 Pagsanghan 3 Pinabacdao 10 Sta. Rita 5 Northern Samar 10 68

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Co ld Front in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARA GA and ARMM

DAMAGED HOUSES As of 16 January 2011, 6:00 AM

REGION Province/Municipality DAMAGED HOUSES

GRAND TOTAL 2,417

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TOTALLY PARTIALLY REGION Province/Municipality DAMAGED HOUSES

Laoang 4 68 San Roque 6

Leyte 0 64 Dagami 64

X 27 67 Lanao del Norte 18 27 Baroy 5 8

Lower Sagadan 1 Upper Sagadan 3 7

Raw-an 1 1 Tubod 11 19

Bulod 2 Pigcaragan 8 7

Poblacion 3 1 Kakai Renabor 9

Lala 2 Misamis Occidental 9 40 Aloran 2 2

Lobogon 2 1 Conat 0 1

Jimenez 0 12 Butuay 3Tabo-o 9

Panaon 6 4Punta 6 4

Sinacaban 1 8Libertad Bajo 1 8

Oroquieta City 0 14Oroquieta City 0 14

XI 29 64 Compostella Valley 4 9 Monkayo

Mt. Diwata 4 9

Davao Oriental 20 42

Boston 17 42

Tarragona 1

Caraga 2

Davao del Sur 5 13

Malita 5 13

XII 1 0 South Cotabato 1 0 Tupi

Upper Linan 1

CARAGA 89 106 Agusan del Norte 0 3 Jabonga 3 Agusan del Sur 6 35

Prosperidad 22 Rosario 9 San Francisco 4 2 Sibagat 2 2

Surigao del Norte 2 49

Burgos 2

Placer 1 29

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TOTALLY PARTIALLY REGION Province/Municipality DAMAGED HOUSES

Sta. Monica 1 17

Taganaan 1

Surigao del Sur 81 19

Borobo 4 1

Carrascal 9 2

Cortez 1

San Agustin 10 7

Tago 53

San Miguel 5 7

Bislig City 1

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SitR

ep No. 37

Tab E

SC

HO

OLS

CR

OP

S (R

ice and Corn)

LIVE

ST

OC

KS

FIS

HE

RIE

S

AM

OU

NT

(Schools)

Estim

ated Peso V

alue E

stimated P

eso Value

Estim

ated Peso V

alue

GR

AN

D T

OT

AL

20,996,300.00 T

OT

AL

1,158,132,418.00

29,561,635.66

300,864,810.33

8,715,277.50

26,043,013.00

24,092,040.00

58,000,000.00

20,996,300.00

RE

GIO

N V

559,947,500.00

-

76,533,888.33

-

4,265,253.00

520,000.00

-

-

641,266,641.33

ALB

AY

476,300,000.00

75,026,913.33

4,265,253.00520,000.00

556,112,166.33

CA

MA

RIN

ES

SU

R61,000,000.00

61,000,000.00

SO

RS

OG

ON

100,000.00

1,506,975.00

1,606,975.00

CA

MA

RIN

ES

NO

RT

E10,000,000.00

10,000,000.00

CA

TA

ND

UA

NE

S12,547,500.00

12,547,500.00

R

EG

ION

VII

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20,000.00

20,000.00

CE

BU

Cebu C

ity-

Brgy. C

alunasan-

-

-

20,000.00

20,000.00

RE

GIO

N V

III93,187,500.00

-

31,804,553.00

-

-

-

-

-

124,992,053.00

S

OU

TH

ER

N LE

YT

E

St. B

ernard11,752,500.00

11,599,200.00

23,351,700.00

Sogod

561,499.00

561,499.00

H

inaduyan400,000.00

400,000.00

Bontoc

412,900.00

412,900.00

H

inunangan1,000,000.00

1,000,000.00

Libagon1,925,000.00

43,097.00

1,968,097.00

Maasin C

ity18,000.00

18,000.00

Macrohan

88,530.00

88,530.00

Liloan

163,650.00

163,650.00

S

ilago165,980.00

165,980.00

-

LE

YT

E1,773,945.00

1,773,945.00

-

N

OR

TH

ER

N S

AM

AR

252,252.00

252,252.00

-

WE

ST

ER

N S

AM

AR

-

S

an Jose de Buan

450,000.00

450,000.00

-

EA

ST

ER

N S

AM

AR

-

-

C

an-avid11,000,000.00

1,174,000.00

12,174,000.00

Dolores

9,000,000.00

2,875,000.00

11,875,000.00

Jipapad

3,000,000.00

2,000,000.00

5,000,000.00

T

aft12,750,000.00

3,500,000.00

16,250,000.00

Oras

8,000,000.00

4,137,000.00

12,137,000.00

M

aslog3,760,000.00

1,189,500.00

4,949,500.00

San Julian

10,500,000.00

10,500,000.00

S

lacedo21,500,000.00

21,500,000.00

RE

GIO

N X

310,000.00

-

62,274,939.00

391,220.00

-

4,144,200.00

-

11,300.00

67,131,659.00

LAN

AO

DE

L NO

RT

ET

ubod-

Baris

1,080,600.00

47,000.00

1,127,600.00

B

ulod19,000.00

30,000.00

49,000.00

Dalam

a332,440.00

332,440.00

Kakai-R

enabor93,000.00

120,500.00

10,000.00

223,500.00

Palao

248,300.00

5,000.00

253,300.00

P

oblacion150,000.00

123,520.00

800.00

274,320.00

Gravel B

ase Road

25,000.00

25,000.00

S

eawall D

ike15,000.00

15,000.00

Seaw

all Dike

65,000.00

65,000.00

E

arth Scour

50,000.00

50,000.00

P

igcarangan208,500.00

27,500.00

496,500.00

500.00

733,000.00

Pualas

81,400.00

15,700.00

97,100.00

S

an Antonio

98,440.00

4,000.00

102,440.00

T

angueguiron297,200.00

297,200.00

Baroy

1,800,000.00

1,800,000.00

K

apatagan476,951.00

476,951.00

Lala57,686,308.00

53,000.00

3,315,500.00

61,054,808.00

MIS

AM

IS O

CC

IDE

NT

AL

Ozam

is City

155,000.00

155,000.00

RE

GIO

N X

I76,415,000.00

-

57,588,948.00

4,897,347.50

6,971,217.00

2,702,840.00

-

-

148,575,352.50

D

AV

AO

DE

L NO

RT

E25,115,000.00

24,446,923.00

90,000.00

5,339,817.00

2,048,000.00

57,039,740.00

DA

VA

O D

EL S

UR

44,000,000.00

44,000,000.00

D

AV

AO

OR

IEN

TA

L2,700,000.00

5,545,000.00

4,681,347.50

12,926,347.50

CO

MP

OS

TE

LA V

ALLE

Y4,600,000.00

27,597,025.00

126,000.00

1,631,400.00

654,840.00

34,609,265.00

CA

RA

GA

428,272,418.00

29,561,635.66

72,662,482.00

3,426,710.00

14,806,543.00

16,725,000.00

58,000,000.00

20,965,000.00

644,419,788.66

AG

US

AN

DE

L SU

R182,715,263.00

36,502,636.00

1,581,420.008,304,968.00

1,206,200.0058,000,000.00

5,965,000.00294,275,487.00

A

GU

SA

N D

EL N

OR

TE

21,500,000.00

26,710,146.00

135,290.00

1,004,750.00

49,350,186.00

S

UR

IGA

O D

EL N

OR

TE

43,868,155.00

28,150,000.00

5,158,500.00

5,343,375.00

82,520,030.00

S

UR

IGA

O D

EL S

UR

179,189,000.00

1,411,635.66

4,122,000.00

1,710,000.00

145,750.00

15,349,600.00

15,000,000.00

216,927,985.66

DIN

AG

AT

ISLA

ND

1,000,000.00

169,200.00

7,700.00

169,200.00

1,346,100.00

1,626,405,494.49

Effects of C

ontinuous Rains D

ue to Tail-E

nd of a Co

ld Frontin R

egions IV-B

, V, V

I, VII, V

II, X, X

I, XI

I, CA

RA

GA

and AR

MM

CO

ST

OF

DA

MA

GE

SA

s of 16 January 2011, 6:00 AM

Region/P

rovince/City/M

unicipality

INF

RA

ST

RU

CT

UR

E

Private P

roperty T

OT

AL C

OS

T (Infrastructure +

Agriculture + P

rivate Property)

RO

AD

S/B

RID

GE

S/

OT

HE

R S

TR

UC

TU

RE

S H

VC

C (M

ango, Banana,

Papaya, V

egetables)

FA

CILIT

IES

/ IN

FR

AS

TR

UC

TU

RE

/ E

QU

IPM

EN

T D

AM

AG

ED

1,187,694,053.66 417,715,140.83

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SitRep No. 37 Tab F

GRAND TOTAL 10,251,116.15 3,491,891.78 27,079,662.18 1,393,973.20 42,216,643.31

REGION IV-B - - 45,000.00 24,000.00 69,000.00 Palawan - - 45,000.00 24,000.00 69,000.00

Narra 45,000.00 24,000.00 69,000.00

REGION V 1,785,531.15 2,184,862.00 979,473.00 76,250.00 5,026,116.15 CHD V DOH-HEMS 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00DOH (United Nation Population Fund) 840,000.00 840,000.00DOH-HEMS (CHD V) 344,862.00 344,862.00

Albay 1,252,427.05 - 508,391.00 76,250.00 1,837,068.05

PSWDO 371,270.65 371,270.65PSWDO 438,750.00 438,750.00PSWDO 125,372.40 125,372.40Bacacay 76,250.00 76,250.00Jovellar 1,200.00 1,200.00Manito 226,284.00 32,000.00 258,284.00Malilipot 20,000.00 20,000.00Sto. Domingo 54,125.00 54,125.00Daraga 8,700.00 396,066.00 404,766.00Libon 82,050.00 82,050.00Legazpi City 5,000.00 5,000.00

Sorsogon 248,554.10 - 81,082.00 - 329,636.10 PSWDO 33,750.00 33,750.00Juban 10,335.50 36,582.00 46,917.50Matnog 83,691.00 44,000.00 127,691.00Casiguran 79,588.50 500.00 80,088.50Prieto Diaz 41,189.10 41,189.10

Catanduanes 217,050.00 - - - 217,050.00 PSWDO 82,050.00 - 82,050.00PSWDO 135,000.00 - 135,000.00

Camarines Sur 67,500.00 - 390,000.00 - 457,500.00 PSWDO 67,500.00 - 67,500.00Siruma 390,000.00 390,000.00

REGION VI 673,750.00 - 285,600.00 179,332.00 1,138,682.00 Negros Occidental 673,750.00 - 285,600.00 179,332.00 1,138,682.00

Talisay City 95,000.00 55,500.00 26,000.00 176,500.00Silay City 35,000.00 44,800.00 55,570.00 135,370.00EB Magalona 196,250.00 30,800.00 71,512.00 298,562.00Victorias City 347,500.00 154,500.00 26,250.00 528,250.00

REGION VII 52,750.00 - 3,436,000.00 913,000.00 4,401,750.00 Cebu 52,750.00 - 3,436,000.00 913,000.00 4,401,750.00

Cebu City 52,750.00 2,800,000.00 871,000.00 3,723,750.00Naga City 30,000.00 12,000.00 42,000.00Mandaue City - 606,000.00 30,000.00 636,000.00

REGION VIII 1,815,080.00 192,336.35 3,938,137.00 65,274.00 6,010,827.35 CHD VIII (Anahawan Dist Hospital) 16,273.50 16,273.50FO VIII w/o Breakdown distribution 283,560.00 283,560.00

Southern Leyte 227,520.00 61,273.50 114,685.00 65,274.00 468,752.50

Sogod 81,600.00 30,800.00 112,400.00Bontoc 37,500.00 37,500.00St. Bernard 145,920.00 46,385.00 65,274.00 257,579.00CHD VIII 35,000.00 35,000.00

CHD VIII (to include Anhawan Dist. Hospital) 26,273.50 26,273.50

Eastern Samar 1,295,000.00 35,305.40 1,184,500.00 - 2,514,805.40 Jipapad 175,000.00 800,000.00 975,000.00Dolores 175,000.00 175,000.00Maslog 175,000.00 175,000.00Oras 175,000.00 202,500.00 377,500.00Can-avid 245,000.00 245,000.00Taft 175,000.00 182,000.00 357,000.00Borongan City 175,000.00 175,000.00CHD VIII 35,305.40 35,305.40

Northern Samar - 35,341.85 2,161,000.00 - 2,196,341.85

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Co ld Front in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARA GA and ARMM

Cost of AssistanceAs of 16 January 2011, 6:00 AM

Region/Province/ City/Municipality

DSWD DOH LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL

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Region/Province/ City/Municipality

DSWD DOH LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL

Catarman 741,000.00 741,000.00Bobon 1,420,000.00 1,420,000.00CHD VIII 35,341.85 35,341.85

Western Samar - 44,142.10 471,950.00 - 516,092.10

DOH-VIII 44,142.10 44,142.10Paranas 30,000.00 30,000.00San Jose de Buan 136,950.00 136,950.00Sta. Rita 55,000.00 55,000.00San Jorge 250,000.00 250,000.00

Leyte 9,000.00 - 6,002.00 - 15,002.00

Burauen 9,000.00 9,000.00Tacloban City 6,002.00 6,002.00

REGION X 596,615.00 108,578.40 747,260.00 - 1,452,453.40 DOH - CHD X 108,578.40 108,578.40

Lanao del Norte 596,615.00 747,260.00 1,343,875.00

REGION XI 3,439,500.00 200,000.00 11,874,875.85 104,917.20 15,619,293.05 Compostela Valley - 50,000.00 109,424.35 4,917.20 164,341.55

DOH - CHD XI 50,000.00 50,000.00Monkayo 28,000.00 4,917.20 32,917.20Nabunturan 5,000.00 5,000.00Montevista 30,200.00 30,200.00Compostela 46,224.35 46,224.35

Davao del Norte 911,750.00 50,000.00 309,860.00 - 1,271,610.00 DOH - CHD XI 50,000.00 50,000.00Tagum City 17,000.00 17,000.00Kapalong 10,360.00 10,360.00Asuncion 793,500.00 793,500.00Carmen 118,250.00 282,500.00 400,750.00

Davao Oriental 1,625,000.00 50,000.00 10,739,531.50 - 12,414,531.50 DOH - CHD XI 50,000.00 50,000.00Manay 5,000.00 5,000.00Boston 625,000.00 70,684.00 695,684.00Tarragona 10,226,347.50 10,226,347.50Lupon 37,500.00 37,500.00Caraga 1,000,000.00 400,000.00 1,400,000.00

Davao del Sur 902,750.00 50,000.00 716,060.00 100,000.00 1,768,810.00 DOH - CHD XI 50,000.00 50,000.00Sta. Maria 532,500.00 516,060.00 100,000.00 1,148,560.00Malita 370,250.00 200,000.00 570,250.00

CARAGA REGION 1,887,890.00 806,115.03 5,773,316.33 31,200.00 8,498,521.36 DOH HEMS 200,044.00 200,044.00

Agusan del Norte 71,120.00 183,535.95 1,035,569.00 22,000.00 1,312,224.95 CHD CARAGA 79,685.76 79,685.76Remedios R. Romualdez 200,283.00 200,283.00Las Nieves 500,000.00 500,000.00Butuan City 71,120.00 103,850.19 113,750.00 288,720.19Magallanes 221,536.00 22,000.00 243,536.00

Agusan del Sur 1,318,930.00 112,420.78 3,090,267.33 - 4,521,618.11 CHD CARAGA 112,420.78 112,420.78San Francisco 341,030.00 341,030.00Prosperidad 284,480.00 754,750.00 1,039,230.00Sibagat 142,240.00 86,612.00 228,852.00Esperanza 1,041,836.00 1,041,836.00Rosario 124,460.00 620,000.00 744,460.00Loreto 92,000.00 92,000.00Sta. Josefa 14,310.00 14,310.00Bunawan 426,720.00 480,759.33 907,479.33

Surigao del Norte 497,840.00 203,551.70 18,100.00 9,200.00 728,691.70 CHD CARAGA 151,793.64 151,793.64Surigao City 51,758.06 18,100.00 9,200.00 79,058.06Gigaquit 248,920.00 248,920.00Taganaan 248,920.00 248,920.00

Surigao del Sur - 106,562.60 1,629,380.00 - 1,735,942.60 CHD CARAGA 106,562.60 106,562.60Barobo 370,880.00 370,880.00Tagbina 290,000.00 290,000.00San Agustin 18,500.00 18,500.00San Miguel 250,000.00 250,000.00Bislig City 700,000.00 - 700,000.00

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Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-end of a Co ld Front in Regions IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII, CARA GA and ARMM

As of 16 January 2011, 6:00 AM REGIONAL INITIATIVES Region V � RDRRMC Region V conducted coordinating conference during the visit of His

Excellency President Benigno C. Aquino III in Legaspi City on 14 January 2011 � RDRRMC V conducted Press Conference with C, Albay PDRRMC, PAF TOG5

Group Commander and Media in connection with Search and Rescue (SAR) operations in Catanduanes

� OCD-RD V provided daily media interview re preparations of the new weather disturbance; conducted consultation meeting with PAGASA and PDRRMCs Albay, Camarines Sur and Sorsogon; conducted relief operations in Brgys Tinapian and Cawayan, Manito, Albay in coordination with Governor Salceda of Albay, AFP Commander, 9ID, BGEN Marilou Salazar AFP; TF Sagip and 901IBde Commander, NAVFORSOL, PDRRMC Albay Staff National and Local Media; and proceeded to Catanduanes on January 11, 2011 to meet with C,PDRRMC Catanduanes to oversee SAR operations for the missing fishermen

� DepEd V ordered the suspension of classes in Elementary and High School levels in Legaspi City, Manito, Daraga, Camalig, Sto. Domingo, Malilipot and Bacacay both in public and private; coordinate with local school officials of DepEd in their area of responsibility; and advised Chairpersons, City/MDRRMC to properly implement Advisory No. 8 re suspension of classes

� PDRRMC Catanduanes is continuously monitoring SAR efforts in Panganiban, Catanduanes for the 5 missing fishermen assisted by NAVFORSOL and TOG 5 air assets and requested intervention for economically displaced households

� LGUs of Manito, Sto Domingo, Camalig and Malilipot, Albay effected a pre-emptive evacuation as part of its disaster preparedness and response activities in areas prone to floods, landslides and lahar flows. The families were provided with 5 kls of rice. Expanded assistance in terms of food for work packages to 41,121 economically displaced households, especially fisherfolks and coastal families and established clinic station per evacuation and free hospitalization for affected families. Mayor Volante of Malilipot, Albay distributed relief goods sponsored by Vice President Jejomar Binay to the 200 families in Brgy San Jose, Malilipot, Albay

� PDRRMC Camarines Sur issued Advisory on possible implementation of pre-emptive evacuation in the province in anticipation of possible flooding and landslides in 26 municipalities and prepared 2,000 food packs for distribution in Siruma and has stockpile of 2,000 sacks of rice

� PDRRMC Sorsogon initiated pre-emptive evacuation of population at risks, provided meals and other relief goods to affected families and declared Juban under a State of Calamity

Region VI (Final Report)

� PDRRMC Negros Occidental and LGUs of Silay City, Talisay City, Victoria City, EB Magalona have provided assorted relief goods to the affected families: 755 bags of rice, 23 boxes noodles 75 boxes sardines and 774 family packs

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Region VIII � MDRRMC St Bernard constituted a Public Information Committee to report regularly

on the status of donations received and status of relief operations; provided coffins and embalming fees to the bereaved families; and distributed relief goods to the evacuees

� Emergency Responders (NGAs, GOs and Other Agencies) that provided assistance in St Bernard, Southern Leyte: Government – PDRRMC Southern Leyte, CDRRMC Maasin City, DSWD 8,

DPWH; DOH 8, TOG8-PAF, OCDRC8, DOH-8 LMP, 8ID–PA, Ormoc City Government, Sogod Water District, Baybay Water District, PNP Bontoc and Tacloban Delta Fire Brigade, Leyte Metropolitan Water District, BFP-Bontoc & St. Bernard, NIA Maasin, NFA Maasin, League of Mayors in the Philippines, LGU San Francisco, Camotes Department of Agriculture and Congressman Roger Mercado

NGOs – Cebu Pacific Air, Gawad Kalinga, 7TH Day Adventist, LMWD, Philippine Amateur Association, SMART Communication, Coca Cola Bottlers, Ivanhoe Philippines, PNRC, Absolute Bottled Water, Cellcom World Tacloban, GTZ DRM, Catholic Women’s League, CNDR, An Waray Tacloban, Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan, An Waray Tacloban, Philippine Asphalt Smelting and Refinery Corp., Pro-Poor Pharmaceuticals, National Federation of Game Fowl Breeders Inc.; ECSU NSTP-CWTS

INGOs – Plan International Media – ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilia, GMA Kapuso Foundation, DX5RAN

and DX2AAA, Radnet 5 Tacloban Isolated persons in Ormoc City were evacuated by local rescue teams due to

incessant rains in some parts of the region. Region X � PDRRMC Lanao del Norte extended 1,970 food packs in the municipality of Tubod.

Food pack contains rice, sardines corned beef, beef loaf and noodles and Non Food Items (NFIs) such as: basin, cooking pots, frying pan, slippers, pail used clothing, mosquito nets, blankets, plastic mats, water containers and still assessing the needs for permanent shelter, agricultural, livelihood and other assistance; MDRRMC Lala provided 424 family packs consisting of 4.5 kgs rice, 3 pcs noodles and 2 tins of sardines; CDRRMC Ozamiz carried out pre-emptive evacuation prior to the occurrence of flooding; and CDRRMC Oroquieta prohibited the evacuees to go home thus families are still at evacuation centers

CARAGA (Final Report) � PDRRMCs Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Dinagat Islands and Agusan del Sur

and CDRRMCs Surigao City and Butuan City convened and discussed updates on effects of flooding and landslides in preparation for the projected increase of rainfall in the next succeeding days and preventive measures undertaken

� LGUs CARAGA efficiently utilized their own resources to undertake pre-emptive evacuation, SAR, relief and medical assistance to affected population