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Region/Prov/Mun/City Families Persons Evac

Ctrs
GRAND TOTAL 35,486 169,941 117
Region I 136 548
La Union 136 548
Region II 6,039 30,195
Cagayan 1,542 7,710
Isabela 622 3,110
Sta. Teresita 1,920 9,600
Batanes 1,920 9,600
Quirino 35 175
Region III 2,369 10,519 17
Aurora 659 2,292 5
Bulacan 1,710 8,227 12
Zambales undetermined
Region IV-A 1,823 8,579
Laguna 1,823 8,579
Region V ** 24,319 116,100 104
Albay 15,265 76,678
Camarines Norte 485 2,466 5
Camarines Sur 7,569 32,359 90
Catanduanes 785 3,851
Sorsogon 215 746 4
NCR 800 4,000 1
Manila 800 4,000 1

 Pre-emptive evacuation was undertaken in Botolan and Sta. Cruz in Zambales.

 Region IV-A: Pre-emptive evacuations were conducted in all provinces of


CALABARZON lead by Local Chief Executives and Civil Defense Deputized
Coordinators in coordination with the Chief of Police of Municipal Police
Stations.

** In Region V, the number of families / persons reflects the data at the


height of evacuation. PDCC Albay has started decampment of evacuees
effective 03 October, subject to the discretion of the Local Chief
Executives and Brgy Chairmen particularly on the basis of localized
flooding.

B. AFFECTED POPULATION

 Based on the data reported by the DSWD, a total of 14,342 families or


68,589 persons in 221 barangays in Regions I, II, III, V CAR and NCR
were affected by TY “Pepeng”. Of this, 8,062 families / 35,543 persons
are staying 188 in evacuation centers. (Tab A-2)

Region/Prov/ Brgys Affected Inside Evac Ctrs Evac


Mun/City Fam Pers Fam Pers Ctrs

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GRAND TOTAL 221 14,342 68,589 8,062 35,543 188
Region I 14 353 1,384 345 1,315 17
La Union 6 142 568 134 499 5
Pangasinan 8 211 816 211 816 12
Region II 13 1,220 5,074 1,155 5,190 14
Cagayan 5 428 1,917 363 1,624 6
Isabela 7 757 2,999 757 3,409 7
Quirino 1 35 158 35 157 1
Region III 11 309 1,156 309 1,156 6
Aurora 11 309 1,156 309 1,156 6
Region V 170 11,479 57,040 5,272 23,947 135
Albay 54 3,220 16,143 1,969 9,649 45
Camarines Norte
Camarines Sur 80 6,750 33,544 2,216 9,055 58
Catanduanes 25 965 4,656 543 2,546 17
Sorsogon 11 544 2,697 544 2,697 15
NCR 12 959 3,851 959 3,851 15
Valenzuela City 8 888 3,552 11
Navotas City 4 71 299 4
CAR 1 22 84 22 84 1
Apayao 1 22 84 22 84 1

C. STATUS OF STRANDEES (As of 03 Oct 12:00 MN)

Ports Psgrs Trucks Cars Psgr Rolling Vessels Morotrized


Bus Cargoes Bancas
Total 638 42 4 4 3 12
Region V
Tabaco 290 20 4 1
Virac 80 4
Pasacao 30
Pio Duran 26
Pilar
Bulan 135 7 3
Victory
Matnog
Region IV-A
Lucena 11
San Jose 1 1
Batangas 11
Region IV-B
Puerto Real 57
Calapan
Region VI
Bacolod 1
Iloilo 20
Roxas 1
 PCG is closely monitoring and rendering assistance for the security of
stranded passengers and vessels per strict implementation of (MC 01-
09) guidelines on movement of vessels during heavy weather
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C. CASUALTY
 Dead: 2 (Roger Moreno in Naga Cam Sur fell while attempting to fix
damaged roof; Edwin Domagsang, 20 y/o from Brgy Agdangan, Baao,
Cam Sur was swept by strong current while crossing the spillway on 02
October 2)
 Injured: 1 (Jun Paga, 54 residing in Purok 5, Bulanao, Tabuk, Kalinga
slipped /fell while undertaking repair of the roof
 Missing: (Amadeo de Vera, 13 y/o from Calasiao, Pangasinan)
D. DAMAGED HOUSES
 Six (6) houses were affected by landslide at Brgy Poblacion, La
Trinidad in Benguet: 1 totally damaged, 1 partially damaged and 4
houses are threatened by mudslide.
 One hundred fifty (150) houses were affected by flooding in the
municipalities of Banna (19), Bangui (5) and Laoag City (126)

E. ESTIMATED COST OF DAMAGED PROPERTIES (Tab C)


Agriculture: PhP 14,855,595.00 in Region V

F. TELECOMMUNICATIONS/POWER STATUS
Region I
 Power failure is being experienced in Luna and Sto. Tomas, La Union
and in some areas in Ilocos Norte due to damaged cable wires and
fallen trees
 As of 7 PM, 03 October, power interruption has been reported in the
municipalities of Sta. Catalina, Sto. Domingo, Magsingal, San Juan,
Cabugao and Sinait
Region II
 Telecommunications through various service providers (PLDT, Smart, Globe)
in Cagayan Province is intermittent.
 Power outage in Tuguegarao and northern portion of Cagayan Province
CAR
 Apayao, Municipality of itogon, Provinces of Kalinga, western part of
Mt. Province and Abra have been experiencing power interruption
province wide. The municipalities have their respective gensets.
 The municipality of Itogon in Benguet is experiencing power
interruption.

E. STATUS OF ROADS/BRIDGES

Road/Bridge Status Actions Taken


CAR
(Apayao) Apayao-Ilocos-Norte Closed due to fallen trees &
landslides
Conner-Kabugao Road Closed
Guinaang-Luttuacan Section Closed
Claveria to Calanasan Closed
(Benguet) Acop-Kapangan- Closed due to landslides 2 more payloaders were
Kibungan-Bakun Rd. mobilized
(Mt. Province) Bontoc-Barlig- Closed/Open due to landslide Maintenance laborers
Natonin-Parelis Rd. Lunas mobilized to clear
Natonin Section
Talubin-Barlig-Natonin-Paracelis Closed Maintenance personnel
4
Rd. Lunas Natonin Section mobilized to clear mudslide
Region II
Maharlika Highway in Ilagan, Hardly passable due to fallen On-going clearing operations
isabela to Cagayan trees & electric posts
Cabagan-Sta. Maria Overflow Not passable due to swollen
Bridge river. Water level is 1 m above
bridge deck
Maguilling Overflow Bridge along Not passable due to swollen
Cagayan-Apayao Road, Tuao, Chico River
Cagayan
Daang Maharlika, Manila North Hardly passable due to fallen On-going Clearing operations
Road & other sections trees
Region V
Catanduanes Circumferemtial Road sections are not passable: On-going removal & clearing
Road Dariao-Carmoran, operations. DPWH equipment
Panabananon, Caramoran and & maintenance crew are on
Putting Baybay, San Andres standby for possible action
due to landslides
Dariao-Caramoran, Panaban, Imapassable/Hardly passable
Panabananon, Caramoran and
Puting Baybay in San Adres
Bocon, Caramoran, Kanlanka ;
Road sections are Hardly
Viga and Paturok, San Andres,
passable due to washed-out
Inalmasinan in Caramoran
embankment
Spillways
Legazpi-Punta de Jesus Road km Minimal landslide at Malobago
558+00-km558+010, Manito, Albay Section l
Libon-Pantao Road, Paclas
Road underwater with 2.0 depth
Section, Libon, Albay
Albay West Coast Road, Talin-talin
Impassable due to landslide
Section, Libon, Albay
Naga-Calabanga-Balongay Road Passable only to large vehicles

F. Dam/Water Systems/Flood Monitoring

Region I
 OCDRC III is coordinating with the Management of Angat and Pantabangan
Dams on the possible release of water. Standing arrangement is to give all
concerned, lead time to issue warning and evacuation order to communities
that will likely be affected by floods.
CAR
 Apayao Rivers and its tributaries swelled
 Flooding is imminent in lower Apayao Municipalities such as Flora, Luna,
Pudtol and Sta. Marcel.

As of 03:00 AM, October 2009


Dam Current Water Spilling Level (m) Gate Opening
Level (m)
Angat 213.17 212.00
Ipo 100.53 100.87
La Mesa 79.94 80.15
Ambuklao 742.99 752.00 6 gates /18 m
Binga 574.70 575.00 6 gates/12m
San Roque 279.26 280.00
Pantabangan 220.07 221.00
Magat 190.05 193.00 1gate/1m

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G. Emergency Incidents
 Landslides occurred at Bakakeng, Camp 7, Magsaysay, Bukawkan,
Baguio City; and in Brgy Puguis of La Trinidad Benguet

III. ACTIONS TAKEN


A. Early Warning and Monitoring
 NDCC continuously disseminated weather, gale and flood advisories to
regions concerned through SMS and facsimile for further dissemination to their
respective local disaster coordinating councils.
 NDCC issued NDCC Memorandum No. 19 dated 30 September 2009 to
Chairpersons, MMDCC, RDCCs, LDCCs; Regional Directors, OCDRCs and
Deputized Coordinators on the reiteration of the “Zero Casualty” Policy
during Calamities
B. Other Preparedness Measures (Tab B)

NCR
 Marikina City Mayor Fernado ordered the evacuation of residents
living along low lying areas and the riverbanks for their safety in case
volume of water rise along the Marikina River
 Malabon City Mayor Oreta deployed 6x6 truck with Philippine Army
personnel and rescue team on standby/alert
 Caloocan City Mayor Echiveri set up a tactical operation-center of 24/7
hours and conducted comprehensive risk assessment of residential
structures
 In Pasay, DSWD has established a National Resource Operation
center as drop off point of relief goods
 The PNP Capital Regional Command, AFP on alert and ready for
dispatch to conduct rescue, evacuation and maintain peace and order

Region V
 PDCC Albay has started decampment of evacuees effective 03
October, subject to the discretion of the Local Chief Executives and
Brgy Chairmen particularly on the basis of localized flooding
 Provided food incentive (5 kg per day) to PhP15,265 households
through LGUs for their cooperation in the pre-emptive evacuatoin

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Sitrep No. 6 TAB A

Effects of Tropical Storm "PEPENG"


PRE-EMPTIVE EVACUATION
As of 03 October 2009, 6:00 PM

Region/Province/
No. of Brgy
Mun/City Families Persons Evacuation Centers
GRAND TOTAL 149 35,486 169,941 117
REGION I - 136 548
LA UNION - 136 548
Aringay
Bauang
San Fernado City
REGION II 0 6,039 30,195
CAGAYAN PROVINCE 1,542 7,710
ISABELA 622 3,110
STA. TERISITA 1,920 9,600
BATANES 1,920 9,600
QUIRINO 35 175
REGION III 12 2,369 10,519 17
AURORA - 659 2,292 5
Dipaculao 44 176 Elem. Sch.S/ Brgy. Hall
Dingalan 290 1,163 Elem. Sch.S/ Brgy. Hall
Dinalungan 82 274 Elem. Sch.S/ Brgy. Hall
Casiguran 50 252 Elem. Sch.S/ Brgy. Hall
Dilasag 193 427 Elem. Sch.S/ Brgy. Hall

BULACAN 12 1,710 8,227 12


Norzagaray
Brgy Matictic 1 200 1,000 Sports Complex
Bustos
Poblacion 1 65 325 Brgy Hall
Talampas 1 141 405 Gym

San Pedro 1 74 370 San Pedro ES/ Private Houses


Balagtas 3 15
Obando
Salambao 1 15 75 Brgy Hall
Paliwas 1 3 15 Brgy Hall
Baliwag
San Jose 1 54 246 Chapel
Sta Barbara 1 10 50 Brgy Hall
Chaong 1 85 425 Chaong Es/ Multi-Purpose
Tumana/San Jose 1 40 201
Mun Bldg/Mayors/Residence/
Poblacion 1 500 2,500 Basketball Court
Tibag 1 520 2,600 Tibag ES/BTI Ultra
REGION IV-A 1 1,823 8,579
Laguna 1 1,823 8,579
Sta Cruz 1 1,823 8,579

REGION V 136 24,319 116,100 99


Albay 0 15,265 76,678
Camarines Sur 120 7,569 32,359 90
Calabanga 14 752 3,192 8 Evacuation Centers
Sagnay 9 236 794 6 Evacuation Centers
Tinambac 2 400 1,400 2 Evacuation Centers
Buhi 13 742 1,043 5 Evacuation Centers
Bato 4 189 785 7 Evacuation Centers
Camaligan 2 7 28
Pili 4 154 566 3 Evacuation Centers
Gartchitorena 1 42 168 1 Evacuation Center
Cabusao 6 123 577 7 Evacuation Centers
Nabua 3 28 123 1 Evacuation Center
Iriga 3 38 155 4 Evacuation Centers
Balatan 4 192 962 7 Evacuation Centers
Lagonoy 22 2,075 9,851 21 Evacuation Centers
San Jose 3 650 2,520 2 Evacuation Centers
Ocampo 9 568 3,425 4 Evacuation Centers
Bombon 8 1,071 5,496 3 Evacuation Centers
Tigaon 3 152 608 1 Evacuation Center
Magarao 3 11 47 3 Evacuation Centers
Milaor 1 5 1 Evacuation Center
Gainza 1 8 40 1 Evacuation Center
Minalabac 3 32 203 1Evacuation Center
Sipocot 2 94 376 2 Evacuation Centers

Sorsogon 4 215 746 4


Talisay 2 164 570 2 Evacuation Centers
Bulan 2 51 176 2 Evacuation Centers
Camarines Norte 12 485 2,466 5
Vizons 12 485 2,466 5 Evacuation Centers
Catanduanes - 785 3,851
Bato 388 1,840
Virac 309 1,545
San Miguel 88 466
NCR - 800 4,000 1
METRO MANILA - 800 4,000
Manila
Baseco 800 4,000 Del Pan Sports Complex
800
Sitrep No. 6 Tab A -2

Effects of Typhoon "Pepeng" (PARMA)


AFFECTED POPULATION
As of 04 October 2009, 6:00 AM
No. of Outside Evacuation TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT
AFFECTED Inside Evacuation Centers
Region/Province/ Mun/City Evac Centers (Inside + Outside)
Centers
Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons

GRAND TOTAL 221 14,342 68,589 188 8,062 35,543 1,018 5,084 9,080 40,627
NCR 12 959 3,851 15 959 3,851 0 0 959 3,851
1 Valenzuela City 8 888 3,552 11 888 3,552 888 3,552
2 Navotas City 4 71 299 4 71 299 71 299
REGION I 14 353 1,384 17 345 1,315 8 69 353 1,384
La Union 6 142 568 5 134 499 8 69 142 568
1 Aringay 1 58 247 1 58 247 58 247
2 Bauang 3 79 299 2 71 230 8 69 79 299
San Fernando City 2 5 22 2 5 22 5 22
Pangasinan 8 211 816 12 211 816 0 0 211 816
1 Lingayen 3 68 283 1 68 283 68 283
Dagupan City 5 143 533 11 143 533 143 533
REGION II 13 1,220 5,074 14 1,155 5,190 35 158 1,190 5,348
Isabela 7 757 2,999 7 757 3,409 0 0 757 3,409
1 Cabagan 2 577 2,597 2 577 2,597 577 2,597
2 Dinapigue 3 153 280 3 153 690 153 690
3 Delfin Albano 1 4 18 1 4 18 4 18
4 San Mariano 1 23 104 1 23 104 23 104
Quirino 1 35 158 1 35 157 0 0 35 157
1 Cabaroquis 1 35 158 1 35 157 35 157
Cagayan 5 428 1,917 6 363 1,624 35 158 398 1,782
1 Tuguegarao 1 17 77 2 12 54 12 54
2 Piat 1 30 135 5 23 5 23
3 Gonzaga 3 381 1,705 4 351 1,570 30 135 381 1,705
REGION III 11 309 1,156 6 309 1,156 0 0 309 1,156
Aurora 11 309 1,156 6 309 1,156 0 0 309 1,156
1 Dinalungan 3 56 150 1 56 150 56 150
2 Casiguran 6 51 200 2 51 200 51 200
3 Dilasag 2 202 806 3 202 806 202 806
REGION V 170 11,479 57,040 135 5,272 23,947 975 4,857 6,247 28,804
Albay 54 3,220 16,143 45 1,969 9,649 975 4,857 2,944 14,506
1 Camalig 9 368 1,448 6 251 1,027 117 421 368 1,448
2 Daraga 4 462 2,175 4 462 2,175 462 2,175
3 Polangui 9 270 1,434 11 270 1,434 270 1,434
4 Pioduran 2 226 1,176 1 226 1,176 226 1,176
5 Manito 2 451 2,348 4 451 2,348 451 2,348
6 Libon 5 276 1,637 0 0
7 Sto Domingo 1 650 3,380 650 3,380 650 3,380
Ligao City 10 126 594 8 111 503 15 91 126 594
Tabaco City 12 391 1,951 11 198 986 193 965 391 1,951
Camarines Sur 80 6,750 33,544 58 2,216 9,055 0 0 2,216 9,055
1 Bato 4 189 785 7 189 785 189 785
2 Baao 1 3 15 1 3 15 3 15
3 Buhi 3 165 765 4 135 615 135 615
4 Balatan 3 212 1,063 9 203 1,015 203 1,015
5 Cabusao 6 123 602 9 123 602 123 602
6 Calabanga 3 301 1,255 3 301 1,255 301 1,255
7 Lagonoy 20 2,160 10,800 3 57 205 57 205
8 Naga City 1 52 260 1 52 260 52 260
9 Ocampo 9 489 2,445 5 28 100 28 100
10 San Jose 3 650 2,520 2 350 1,470 350 1,470
11 Sagnay 9 236 795 6 221 727 221 727
12 Tinambac 2 400 1,400 2 400 1,400 400 1,400
13 Pili 3 94 366 5 94 366 94 366
14 Bombon 6 1,470 9,646
15 Camaligan 2 7 28
16 Garchitorena 1 32 128
17 Nabua 1 15 63
18 Tigaon 3 152 608 1 60 240 60 240
Catanduanes 25 965 4,656 17 543 2,546 0 0 543 2,546
1 Bato 10 225 956 10 225 956 225 956
2 Gigmoto 9 94 470 4 46 230 46 230
3 Pandan 2 403 2,015 1 29 145 29 145
4 San Andres 4 243 1,215 2 243 1,215 243 1,215
Sorsogon 11 544 2,697 15 544 2,697 0 0 544 2,697
1 Bulan 2 28 117 2 28 117 28 117
Sorsogon City 9 516 2,580 13 516 2,580 516 2,580
CAR 1 22 84 1 22 84 0 0 22 84
Apayao 1 22 84 1 22 84 0 0 22 84
1 Sta Marcela 1 22 84 1 22 84 22 84
Sources: DSWD and OCDRCs

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Sitrep 6 Tab B
TY “PEPENG”
Preparedness Activities Conducted
NDCC, agencies, RDCCs, OCDRCs and LDCCs concerned conducted
emergency coordination meetings, media briefings activated their operations centers,
alerted rescue teams and prepositioned rescue assets.
RDCCs and PDCCs concerned implemented the following preparedness
activities as part of the implementation of NDCC Memo Order on the pre-emptive
evacuation and pre-positioning of response assets:

Agency/DCC Preparedness Activity


National Agencies
NDCC Released 9,000 sacks of rice to augment resources in preparation of TY “Pepeng”:
Region I -1,000 sacks; Region II – 2,000 sacks; Region III - 1,000; Region IV-A -
1,000 sacks; Region IV-B 1,000 sacks; Region V - 2,000 sacks; and CAR - 1,000
sacks
DSWD Doubled efforts to mobilize volunteers for repacking of goods in stockpiling food packs
and forewarned local SWD Officers thru text and e-mail

DOH-HEMS Placed all CHDs OpCen in all Regions on code white alert while CHD hospitals in
affected areas and were activated 24/7; prepositioned medicines and medical
supplies in all CHDs; conducted pre-emptive evacuations in all CHDs affected areas;
all DOH Metro Manila hospitals are in code blue alert

Alerted all medical field offices and prepositioned medical supplies


BFP BFP Regional Offices were advised to identify high ground places in their AOR to
serve as safe refuge or evacuation center in case of flood. BFP Regions 2, 3, 4-4-A,
IV-B, 5 and 8 have prepared a contingency plan ready for implementation in case that
the above regions will be affected

RDCC V/OCDRC V Issued directive to DRRU’s AFP Units to be on standby ready


for deployment; prepositioned SAR assets; and closely coordinate with different units
of SOLCOM DRTF to ensure that DRRUs are operationally ready for any response
activities

AFP Prepositioned WASAR, rescue assets and other resources by regions and agencies
concerned

PNP CAMANAVA Cities conducted meetings which were attended by respective Chief of
Police (COPs). Residents in low-lying areas were directed to move to safer grounds
after securing their houses and those who are in the evacuation centers were likewise
advised to remain

All PCP Commanders in NPD AOR were directed to conduct information drive and
hold meetings with barangays to synchronize/coordinate possible actions; utilized 5
PNP 6x6 trucks from NCRPO and NPD in the conduct of pre-emptive evacuation; and
detailed 2 trucks in Caloocan; 2 in Malabon City and 1 being used for transporting
relief goods at different areas
NCR All LGUs in Metro Manila have initiated pre-emptive measures such as convening
of local DCCs, identification of evacuation centers and prepositioning of response
assets such as fire boats, trucks, dump trucks, generator sets, medicines, relief
goods, floating flat forms, rubber boats, speed boat, wooden bancas, motorized
bancas, amphibian vehicle, as well as emergency power back-up, and
response/rescue group/volunteers
Region I Prepositioned the following assets: Province of La Union-5 dumptrucks, 1 unit 5kv
generator, Provincial Disaster Response Team (DRT) composed of 20 persons; San
Fernando City-5 dumptrucks, 5 passenger cars, 5 ambulances, 1 patrol boat, 3 fishing
boats and 1 fishing vessel

Province of Pangasinan has placed on standby, WASAR Team and has established 3
Command Centers (Eastern, Western and Central Pangasinan)

PDCC Ilocos Norte deployed 1 DRT from Naval Forces Northern Luzon (NFNL) to
Laoag City and Naval Reserve Force with rescue capability on standby

Region II DSWDDMRT, SWAD Teams of Isabela, Cagayan, Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya have
been activated

DSWD II prepositioned family food packs for the provinces of Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya
and Isabela thru the SWAD Teams

DepEd II activated all DRRM Office (DRRMO) in Region II

All PDCCs are activated with rescue assets on standby

PDCCs Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino and Batanes conducted


emergency meetings to effect pre-emptive evacuation in their area of responsibility

RDCC 2 Chairman is now conducting survey in danger zones and evacuation centers

PCG Northern Luzon deployed 2 teams of divers to Isabela

BFP 2 is ready to provide water at the evacuation centers

PNP, PA and PN prepositioned their respective rescue assets region-wide

Region III Requested PDCCs of Aurora, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Bataan, Zambales, Pampanga and
Bulacan to undertake close monitoring, precautionary measures and implement pre-
emptive evacuation as situation warrants. PDCCs Nueva Ecija and Bulacan
convened emergency meeting in preparation for possible effects of Typhoon Pepeng

Region IV-A Sent memorandum to all Chairpersons of the Provincial and City DCCs encouraging
them to implement the use of early warning system as warning signals to reach the
grass roots level. Likewise, advised to conduct public information and education
campaign in order not to create panic

Chairman, RDCC IV-A ordered all Police and Fire Stations to use their mobile siren as
early warning to the barangay level

PDCCs of Cavite, Batangas, Laguna, Rizal and Quezon conducted PDCC emergency
meeting in preparation for the typhoon. All Disaster Operations centers are on alert
status. People living in low-lying areas were advised to evacuate to higher grounds
Region IV-B Oriental Mindoro Provincial Disaster Response Team, Calapan City Public Safety
Department and MDCC El Nido Palawan are on alert 24/7 operations

Conducted RDCC IV-B emergency meeting presided by RDCC Chairman, to assess


status of preparedness of member agencies (DSWD, DOH, DILG, DPWH, BFP, DTI,
SOLCOM)

Alerted RDCC IV-B members, PDCC of MIMAROPA and Civil Defense Deputized
Coordinators

Coast Guard District Southern tagalong has 1 Team SOG with complete diving gears
and rubber boat; Disaster Reaction Teams has 1 rubber boat with OBM, DF-08 small
seacraft, BRP Davao Norte (SARV-3504), MCS-3007 (small craft); PRO MIMAROPA
has 3 7-man Rescue Teams

Monitoring of road conditions and roll-on-roll-out port operation

Region V Liaison of RDCC member agencies are on standby at OPCEN 5 to facilitate effective
coordination
st
901 Brigade deployed 3 M35 trucks, 1 Elf, 1 Km450 for deployment in various areas
rd
of Catanduanes, deployed 5 M35 trucks and 4 Squad of DRRUs from 83 IB, 9ID, PA
and joint Task group “ MAGAYON” in the municipalities of Albay (Libon, Guinobatan,
Camalig, Daraga, Tiwi, Tabaco, Malinao, Malilipot and Legaspi City) for possible
response and rescue operation

OCD V has been continuously coordinating with PCG Bicol for the updates of
strandees in all ports

PCG Bicol requested Bus Company in Manila to stop operation trips going to Visayas
Catanduanes and Masbate. Closely coordinating with LGUs and PPA Office to provide
assistance to strandees in terms of food and shelter

MDCC Daraga distributed assorted goods (rice, canned goods and noodles) to all
evacuees

Region VI RDCC VI and PDCCs Aklan, Antique, Guimaras, Iloilo and Capiz convened all their
members in preparation for the effects of TY “Pepeng” and considering all possibilities
that may occur within their AOR

CAR Region I and CAR conducted a Joint Meeting at San Fernando, La Union presided by
the Secretary, DND and Chairman, NDCC

RDCC CAR prepositioned all government resources ( heavy equipment for road
clearing, vehicles for transportation, ambulances and fire trucks

PDCCs Apayao, Abra, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mt Province conducted


respective emergency meetings, prepositioned family packs and all provincial assets

PDCC Apayao placed on standby 6 rubber boats (3 with OBM and 3 without OBM)
and 3 bancas and PDCCs Kalinga and Abra with 1 rubber boat each

AFP prepositioned military equipment to assist the local DCCs in the event of
emergency operations

DSWD prepositioned 1,000 family packs and assorted relief items in the region and
100 to 150 family packs at the provincial levels

DSWD CAR prepositioned 1,000 family packs and assorted relief items at the
provincial levels

CRDCC Authorized all PDCC Chairmen to withdraw sacks of rice to augment


resources of the DCCs in the event of emergency operations,

Recommended for the suspension of public offices to allow respective families to


prepare

PNP prepositioned 1 single side band radio commo system to be used as back-up
communication of CDRCCs
Sitrep No. 1 Tab C
EFFECTS OF TYPHOON "PEPENG" (PARMA)
COST OF DAMAGES
As of 04 October 2009, 6:00 AM

INFRASTRUCTURE AGRICULTURE TOTAL COST


SCHOOLS Crops / Livestocks HVCC (including Corn) Fisheries
Region/Province/City/Municipality INFRA/ IRRIGATION/ (Infrastructure +
Roads and Bridges No. of Schools Type of Crops / Estimated Peso
AMOUNT Estimated Peso Value Estimated Peso Value Type of Project/Species FLOOD CONTROL
Damaged Livestocks Value Agriculture)
GRAND TOTAL 0.00 14,855,595.00
14,855,595.00
TOTAL - 0 0 5,044,724.00 9,810,871.00 - -
Region V - 0 - 5,044,724.00 9,810,871.00 - - 14,855,595.00
Albay Rice 4,701,270.00 2,900,159.00 7,601,429.00
Corn 83,518.00 83,518.00
Camarines Norte 1,174,103.00 1,174,103.00
Camarines Sur Corn 259,936.00 4,063,024.00 4,322,960.00
Catanduanes 1,049,478.00 1,049,478.00
Sorsogon 624,107.00 624,107.00

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