ComparativeEffects Comparative Effects 12 24PROVINCES IV-A, IV-B and VI, II, III, CARIII, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VIII, NCR, IX REGIONS AFFECTED AREAS 1, 2, 3 & 4 1, 2 & 3PWSS RAISED kph KPH KPHRANGED OF MOVEMENT 195 kph (gustiness 225 kph) KPH KPHTYPHOON STRENGTH 4 DAYS5 DAYSDURATION 28 NOV 0627 OCT 0625 SEPT 06DATE TYPHOON REMING (DURIAN ) TYPHOON PAENG (CIMARON) TYPHOON MILENYO (XANGSANE) PARTICULARS
Affected Population 212,04612,412385,096PARTIALLY 118,3511,395118,081TOTALLY DAMAGES TO HOUSES : 101,4654,251244,613 PERSONS 20,7881,92049,126 FAMILIES DISPLACED POPULATION 2,198,788364,7334,142,951PERSONS 458,63279,895841,297 FAMILIES AFFECTED POPULATION MISSING 1, INJURED DEAD CASUATIES TYPHOON REMING (DURIAN)* TYPHOON PAENG (CIMARON) TYPHOON MILENYO (XANGSANE) PARTICULARS * as of 6 PM 07 Dec
Damages to Infrastructure & Agriculture (in MILLIONs) P 1,550P 1,339P 6,396GRAND TOTAL 54 AGRI FACILITIES FISHERIES 12 41LIVESTOCKS 7383,545CROPS ,759AGRICULTURE 49 PRIVATE PROPERTIES - 35HEALTH & PNP FACILITIES - 808SCHOOL BLDGS -1,794ROADS & BRIDGES 1, ,637INFRA TYPHOON REMING (DURIAN)* TYPHOON PAENG (CIMARON) TYPHOON MILENYO (XANGSANE) PARTICULARS * as of 6 PM 07 Dec
PRIORITY NEEDS & REQUIREMENTS (TY REMING) Emergency Shelter To provide each family/household with totally damaged house one (1) tent each. To decongest evacuation centers. Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) To provide clean and potable water supply to population affected. To sustain health, sanitation and hygiene in evacuation centers and all affected areas due to the consequent effects of TY Reming (flooding and mudslide) Emergency Power Supply To provide and sustain power supply (back-up) in all PDCCs and operations coordinating centers, if possible up to the heavily affected municipalities. To provide government health facilities (provincial and municipal) power supply in order to sustain the provision/delivery of basic health services. access, generator sets and water purification system
Emergency Shelter TENTS (for a family/household of six persons) Based on reported totally damaged houses To be prioritized are those formerly living in high-risk areas (flooding, mudslide, etc.) 8,861 CATANDUANES 84,925 CAMARINES SUR 1926 SORSOGON 2757 MASBATE 364 CAMARINES NORTE 105,639 6,806 ALBAY V 7,243 1,654 MARINDUQUE IV-B 5,232 QUEZON 5,283 ORIENTAL MINDORO 306 OCCIDENTAL MINDORO 30 LAGUNA 5, BATANGAS IV-A 118,351 TOTAL SUBTOTALQTYPROVINCEREGION consolidation of reports of damaged houses in Region V continue as assessments and validation still ongoing. PRIORITY NEEDS & REQUIREMENTS (TY REMING)
Medical Supplies Emergency Health Kit: (1 kit for 10,000 pop x 3 months) Basic Health Kit:220 Supplementary Kit:220 Other medicines PRIORITY NEEDS & REQUIREMENTS (TY REMING)
Water and Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) drinking water, water purifier, purifying tablets and water containers Emergency Power Supply/Source for Lifeline Services Generator sets (for municipal health centers at least 25 to 35 kva) Water Purifying Systems for Albay for Camarines Sur for Catanduanes PRIORITY NEEDS & REQUIREMENTS (TY REMING)
NDCC PRIORITY ACTIONS To coordinate the receipt of offers of assistance from the international humanitarian community and local donors; To sustain emergency relief operations in all affected and critical areas; To formulate and develop the early recovery plan (beyond relief) in areas affected by the three recent typhoons
ORGANIZATION FOR RESPONSE RDCC P/CSUPT VICTOR BOCO ALBAY PDCC GOV F GONZALES AFP TF MAYON ALPHAALBAY PPO ALBAY PSEMO MR. CEDRIC DAEP MDCCCDCC EVAC CENTERS NDCC PGMA
Indicative Rehab Plan (TY Milenyo) 808Repair/Reconstruction of Schools 3,030Total 177Livelihood 492Resettlement/ Shelter 1,103 Repair/Reconstruction of Roads, Bridges, Agri & Health Facilities 450Agri Assistance Amount (in Million Pesos) Sources: DSWD, DA, DepEd, and DPWH
ALBAY DAMAGE & NEEDS ASSESSMENT (post-Reming)
DOH REPORT ON HEALTH ASPECT IN ALBAY PUBLIC HEALTH –Most of the cases were traumatic injuries in nature. There is a delay in the consultations of some injured victims. Some feared to pay for their hospitalization. –LGUs requested for the ATS, Oresol, chlorine tablets, and medicines. –Congested evacuation center. Anticipating for possible increase in diarrhea, respiratory, skin/eye infections and other communicable diseases.
DOH REPORT ON HEALTH ASPECT IN ALBAY PUBLIC HEALTH –There was already fear and panic seen among the residents during the tsunami scare/hoax in the area.
DOH REPORT ON HEALTH ASPECT IN ALBAY DAMAGED HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE –Bicol Regional Training & Teaching Hospital (BRTTH) with previous damages from TY Milenyo damaged ceilings, windows, roofs –Bicol Medical Center Operating Room, Out-Patient Department and wards affected with windows, ceilings & roofs damaged. Equipment damaged by water
DOH REPORT ON HEALTH ASPECT IN ALBAY DAMAGED HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE –Josefina Delmonte Duran District Hospital 85 – 95% damaged Emergency Room, Delivery Room & Operating Room badly damaged and flooded. With limited admissions and minor surgery done. Sterility lost. OPD consultation done/located at the main entrance area. Supplies & equipment damaged by water Wards were either flooded, ceilings, roofs and windows destroyed. Beds wet. In-patients were placed along corridors
DOH REPORT ON HEALTH ASPECT IN ALBAY DAMAGED HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE –Majority of the Rural Health Units (RHUs) visited were either flooded or with ceilings and roofs leaking/destroyed. –No reports made/submitted on the status of the LGU hospitals (Municipal Hospitals and Barangay Health Stations).
DOH REPORT ON HEALTH ASPECT IN ALBAY HEALTH PERSONNEL: VICTIMS THEMSELVES –50% of Josefina D. Duran Memorial Hospital staff were not regulary reporting to the hospital. Set-up hospital tent manned by the Bicol Medical Center health personnel. –Augmentation/Deployment of DOH Medical Teams from Batangas Regional Hospital, Quirino Memorial Medical Center, National Orthopedic Center and San Lazaro Hospital to BRTTH. –Augmentation/Deployment of DOH Medical team from Bicol Medical Center and Bicol Sanitarium at the Guinobatan RHU for the walking – injured patients.
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