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NDCC SR Ondoy 20

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

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Muntinlupa City 3 - Quezon City 54 - Marikina City 50 - San Juan 3 - Mandaluyong City 3 - Valenzuela City 5 - Pasig City 17 -
CAR 3 3 1Region I - - 9Region II - - 1Region III 47 - 11Region IV-A 103 2 20
Breakdown of Affected Population:
Affected PopulationRegion/ProvinceBrgy Families PersonsEvacuationCenters
GRAND TOTAL 1,441 668,864 3,232,234 515
NCR 208 129,560 622,050 161
Mandaluyong City 12 2,185 10,770 
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City of Manila 14 21,118 101,070 
Marikina City 11 14,450 72,740 
16 
Muntinlupa City 8 3,226 16,130 
19 
Navotas City 2 38 194 
Parañaque City 3 450 2,250 
Pasig City 14 28,836 152,160 22 Las Piñas City 10 5,226 6,825 Caloocan City 17 17,888 89,430 11Makati City 9 847 4,235 
Valenzuela City 28 1,425 7,303 22 Malabon City 9 2,510 4,127
Pateros 10 1,439 8,890 
16 
Quezon City 30 19,915 99,545 
28 
Taguig City 27 7,265 36,110 
21
San Juan City 1 520 2,234 
1
Pasay City 3 2,182 8,537 
Region I 7 85 254 -Region II 2 140 700 -Region III 520 183,764 844,20160Region IV-A 592 344,236 1,708,584292Region IV-B 33 7,296 35,139 -Region V 35 2,566 15,814 -Region VI 17 193 882Region IX 8 191 436 -
 
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Region XII 10 479 2,395 1ARMM 7 350 1,750 1CAR 2 4 29 -
II. RESPONSE
A. FOOD and NFIs
 
DSWD
provided relief goods consisting of ready to eat food and non-fooditems worth
PhP14,898,858.24
; prepositioned stand-by funds, family food packsand stockpile of relief commodities; provided hot meals to family-evacuees inevacuation centers through the management of community kitchen; receipt ofdonations both local and international
 
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
 
NCRCOM
distributed 500 sacks and 1,000 other assorted packs of relief goodsto affected residents in Pasig City
 
AFPDRTG
also transported
 
3,000 family packs and 12,000 pieces of fresh eggsfrom DSWD NROC to affected areas in Taytay, Rizal and Pateros City
 
PAGCOR under Sagip-Tulong ni PGMA Project
distributed 1,000 pieces ofbread and 1,000 bottles of water per day per evacuation center; 1,800 cavans ofrice, aside from 1,521 individually packed rice bags; 4,750 relief packs (3 kilosrice, 1 kilo sugar, coffee, canned goods and instant noodles per pack). Hasbeen deploying 46 water tankers under the Patubig ni PGMA Program toprovide potable water (with capacity of 1,500 to 2,500 gallons or 20 liters per500 to 1,000 families respectively) in the affected areas namely Cainta, Rizal,Marikina and other parts of Metro Manila
 
ICRC thru PNRC -
donated three thousand (3,000) essential household kits andallocated USD30,000.00 for the victims of Typhoon Ondoy
B. WASH and Health
 
DOH -deployed a total of 84 medical teams, 11 psychosocial teams and 6teams composed of 132 doctors, 5 psychiatrists, 16 psychologists, 168nurses, 74 aides, 5 epidemiology and surveillance officers, 5 nutritionists,8 engineers and 3 social workers in disaster affected areas
; conductedwater quality monitoring and testing in all evacuation centers;
distributed 139portalets in 53 evacuation centers in NCR and Region IV-A;
distributed IECmaterials at evacuation centers; provided tetanus vaccination for all injuredvictims; Vitamin A to four (4) LGUs (Malabon, Valenzuela, Quezon City andTaguig City); drugs, medicines and medical supplies amounting to
PhP 15,939,074.03
.
Based on assessment, top 5 morbidity cases in theevacuation centers are: upper respiratory tract infection, fever, skindisease, infected wounds; and diarrhea. Conducted debriefing in 2, 060individuals: 1,673 in Malanday ES, Mairikina; 180 in Brgy BagongSilangan, QC, and 207 in Exodus ES Floodway, Cainta.
 
PAGCOR
conducted 13 medical missions at various evacuation centers inMarikina, Pasig and Rizal Province with at least 2-3 missions conducted dailywith 9,686 patients benefited; provided free medicines and vitamins. Themedical missions composed of 50 volunteer doctors/physicians coming fromthe Philippine Medical Association, PAGCOR invited doctors and medical

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