Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 1 UPA Package 3, Module 2 COPING WITH THE EFFECTS OF.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 1 UPA Package 3, Module 2 COPING WITH THE EFFECTS OF."— Presentation transcript:

1 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 1 UPA Package 3, Module 2 COPING WITH THE EFFECTS OF DISASTER: THE BULAON RESETTLEMENT PROJECT IN PAMPANGA, PHILIPPINES

2 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 2 Gain insight into extent of destruction of natural disasters Become familiar with the nature and extent of problems met Learn possible ways of coping with large-scale problems caused by disasters Objectives

3 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 3 Eruption of Mt Pinatubo

4 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 4 Damages: Church

5 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 5 Damages: Public Market

6 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines Damages: Affected Population

7 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 7 Policy Response: RA 7637 Set up funds Created Mt. Pinatubo Commission

8 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 8 Vision: resettlement centers will become venues for development and provide the region a model for re- engineering. Resettlement Strategy

9 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 9 Two Types of Settlements: Upland settlement for Aetas Lowland settlement for lowlanders

10 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 10 Features: Upland Settlements Foot trails and bridges, springs and artesian wells, school buildings, public markets, staff house main livelihood: contract reforestation and agricultural production

11 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 11 Concepts: Lowland Settlements novel approach to resettlement focused development - limit dependency on dole- outs concept of social regeneration - a holistic approach to socio-economic progress

12 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 12 The Actors Department of Environment and Natural Resources Department of Agrarian Reform Philippine Institute of Volcanology Technology and Livelihood Center Social Services Administration Department of Public Works and Highways Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers Association of Structural Engineers Local Government Units Non-Governmental Organizations

13 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 13 Resettlement Sites as of February 1999 The following were the resettlement sites of the Mt. Pinatubo victims: Resettlement Sites

14 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 14 Resettlement Sites (continued)

15 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 15 Resettlement Sites (continued)

16 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 16 Bulaon Resettlement Sites

17 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines hectares of flat land Opened for occupancy in 1995 Capacity: 4,053 housing units As of June 30, ,033 families resettled 20,342 individuals Bulaon Resettlement Project

18 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 18 The Bulaon Resettlement site followed the basic design of the lowland sites. The layout of the lowland settlements was visualized as a functional community environment with each site having the following features: A new townsite developed as a model community, not squatter ghettos Paved roads with sidewalks with street lighting Power system supplied by the local electric cooperative Project Features

19 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 19 Drainage system Level 3 water system School buildings for elementary and high schools A government or administration building (similar to a town hall) Town plaza with open playground Public market and commercial stalls

20 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 20 A hospital or clinic A livelihood training center A site assigned for religious worship Productivity center (a cluster of four to six factory buildings) Adequate greenery Housing of lot sizes ranging from 50 to 150 square meters

21 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 21 Resettlement Social Services Infrastructure Livelihood Estate Management Resettlement Components

22 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 22 Site Selection Consultations Site Planning Approval of Site Plan Site Development Transfer of Settlers Assistance and Loan Package The Resettlement Prosses

23 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 23 Families who lost houses and livelihood Families who lost houses Shares/renters of houses lost Families living in high risk areas Families less severely affected Priority Beneficiaries

24 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 24 90% of resettlers have remained Bulaon is a bustling community Internal revenue allotment increased Bulaon is now the biggest barangay; its officials receive higher salaries because of its size Accessibility - Bulaon used to be inaccessible Growth in commercial activities Benefits from Project

25 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 25 Resettlement Public Market

26 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 26 Grandiose House in Resettlement Area

27 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 27 Mismatch between settlers felt needs and governments perception of their needs Floor area of house too small for some Inadequate livelihood opportunities Resettlement Issues

28 3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 28 Program of assistance must be holistic Gainful employment must be provided Individual and collective needs, including physical and non-physical needs must be considered Lessons Learned


Download ppt "3.2.3 Coping with the Effects of Disaster: The Bulaon Resettlement Project in Pampanga, Philippines 1 UPA Package 3, Module 2 COPING WITH THE EFFECTS OF."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google