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NDCC SR Ondoy 14

NDCC SR Ondoy 14

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Published by J. O. M. Salazar
NDCC Situation Report on Ondoy
NDCC Situation Report on Ondoy

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A total of
73,892 persons and 31,333 families
were rescued by theAFP Units, PNP, BFP, PCG, and other Rescue Groups (Tab F-2)
 
There are still 18 road sections impassable to all types of vehicles in thefollowing areas: NCR (5); Region III (1); Region IV-A (7); Region IV-B (3)and CAR (2) – Tab GII. SITUATION OVERVIEW:A. Result of RDANA jointly conducted by NDCC- UN IASC CT on 28 & 29Sept 2009Marikina
Water has receded in most areas, public water service was restored withpotable water in several barangays
Evacuation center in Malanday are congested with 700 families staying inElementary School and Municipal Hall. Seven (7) deaths were reported in thisbarangay
Damages to houses are extensive and the roads leading to riverside areas areimpassable due to debris and rubble. Priority needs: clothing, mattresses, foodand medicines
Evacuees from Brgy. Tumana are staying at the evacuation center inConcepcion. Electricity has not been restored yet
Brgy. Tanong – 500 people are staying in evacuation centers water andelectricity have been restored
Amang Rodriquez Memorial Center priority needs is power restoration andbasic medical supplies, potable water and food for the patient
Quezon City
Families in Brgy. Silangan have not returned to their respective places as theirhouses have been totally damaged
Pasig City
Barangays Maybunga, Pinagbuhatan and Palatiw are still underwater. Four (4)rescue boats are still operating in the area. 13 PCG personnel with rubber boatproceeded to Pinagbuhatan and another team to Muntinlupa composed of 10personnel
Muntinlupa
Eight (8) of the nine (9) barangays are still flooded. Barangays most affectedare Tunasan, Poblacion and Putatan
Pateros
9 out of 10 barangays are still underwater with narrow roads only small ELFtrucks can be used for relief distribution
Taguig City
24 out of 28 barangays are still underwater with 3 barangays still withhighwater level such as: Napindan, New Lower Bicutan and Ususan
Mandaluyong
Majority of families have returned home
B. Assessment of Needs/GapsWASH
(hygiene kits) and adequate water supply in evacuation centers
 Health
(establishment of disease surveillance, referral system, resumption ofimmunization for affected children, augmentation of medical supplies , mobileteams and quality water supply, access of toilets, breast feeding, psycho-social
 
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support, identification and documentation of pregnant and lactating women andeducation on preventive health)
Shelter
(construction material in areas of origin and identification of relocationsites, resettlement)
Food and non-food items
(rice, canned goods, noodles, clothes, beddings,kitchen utensils slippers)
Clearing of debris; garbage collection; drainage clean-upCamp Management
(registration of evacuees, organization, referral system foremerging diseases and training of barangay personne)
III. RESPONSEFood and NFIs
 
DSWD
provided
PhP5,444,715.00
worth of relief goods consisting of food andnon-food commodities to the affected families; prepositioned stand-by funds,family food packs and stockpile of relief commodities composed of food andnon-food amounting to
PhP164,903,340
by the field offices concerned along thetyphoon path; provided hot meals to family-evacuees in evacuation centersthrough the management of community kitchen; processed the transfer of fundsto DSWD-NCR, CAR, I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, IX and XII amounting toPhP5Million; distributed 5 big boxes of doughnuts, 146 small boxes ofdoughnuts, 52 bags of hot meals, 4 boxes of bottled water, 12 bags of usedclothes, and 2 bags of blankets at the Rosario Sports Complex: and receipt ofcash donations through DSWD Account Number 3122-1011-84, Land Bank ofthe Philippines; receipt of donations from local and private individuals consistingof water and assorted food and non-food items; and partnered with PetronCorporation, LBC Company and 7-eleven Stores for the receipt and/or drop offpoints for donations
 
PNRC
provided assorted relief assistance to the flood victims in Metro Manila
 
DOH
provided 150 pieces of cadaver bags to NDCC and provided Generator setto Amang Rodriquez Medical Center
 
San Miguel Corporation
and
Petron Corporation
donated 20 pieces 2.7 kgcylinder lamps for use in the evacuation areas
 
PAGCOR
distributed 500 packs of rice and 10 cavans of rice for the three (3)evacuation centers in Marikina City and Pasig City
 
Ms.Cynthia Rodriguez and Family of Corinthian Gardens
, QC providedassorted relief goods (food stuffs)
 
Aileen Lawigan
, friend of Executive Secretary Ermita, donated ready-to-eatfood packs for stranded passengers
 
UNICEF
provided assorted food and non-food items amounting toPhP5,368,353.76 and tarpaulins worth $31,140. The items were turned over toDSWD for distribution to the flood affected areas
 
Government of Japan
is providing emergency relief goods equivalent toapproximately 20 Million Yen (approximately US$220,000)
 
Mercy Malaysia’s 2-man team lead by Mr Hew Choeng Yew SeniorProgram Officer of the Relief Operations Department will arrived todaySept 30, 2009 via Malaysian airlines flight to do a quick assessment
 
WASH and Health
 
DOH
augmented logistical support amounting to PhP807,910.00 consisting ofthe following items: and six (6) boxes of assorted drugs and medicines, 350

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