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BARANGAY

DISASTER RISK
REDUCTION AND
MANAGEMENT
AND
CONTINGENCY
PLAN 2016

Brgy. Romualdez Dulag, Leyte

CHAPTERS

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION
Rationale
Basis of the CBDRRM Plan
Planning Process
Scope and Duration

CHAPTER II

BARANGAY HAZARD,
ASSESSMENT RESULT

CHAPTER III

BARANGAY DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT


COMMITTEE
BDRRMC Structure

CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V

BARANGAY CONTINGENCY PLAN


BARANGAY DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT
WORK AND FINANCIAL PLAN 2016

VULNERABILITY

AND

CAPACITY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Philippines islocated along the typhoon belt in the Pacific. The country is visited by an
average of 20 typhoons every year, some of which are destructive. Out of this number around
two to three typhoons have now been observed to pass by between the Visayas and Mindanao
areas during the northeast monsoon typhoon season. Being situated in the Pacific Ring of
Fire the country is also vulnerable to frequent Earthquakes and Volcanic eruptions.
Furthermore, the countrys geographical location and physical environment contributes to its
high susceptibility to Tsunamis, Sea level rise, Storm surges, Landslides, Flood/Flashfloods
and Drought.
On the dawn of November 08, 2013 Super Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda hit the Central
Philippines, killing more than 6,000 people and affecting millions of people within its path.
Super Typhoon Haiyan/ Yolanda was one of the strongest and deadliest typhoons in the
Philippines since reliable information gathering started. The warnings from the government
and media came days before the typhoon made landfall and therefore there was enough time
for preparations and evacuations before November 7th. Government offices asked residents
near the coast repeatedly to evacuate and used force in a few cases. PAGASA/NDRRMC
emphasized a rain/flood/landslide warning but did not stress the storm surge warning
strongly. Warning by many institutions, including OCD and LGUs, were apparently not
serious enough to make people understand that their lives were in jeopardy if they stayed on
and did not evacuate. Many did not understand the term storm surge. Accounts of residents
suggest that a large part of the population in storm surge areas did not evacuate. GIZ
calculated that approximately 94% of the casualties in Tacloban, Palo and Tanauan were
caused by the storm surge.
The Eastern Visayas region was hit hard by the super typhoon, which made landfall in the
dawn of November 8, 2013. It passed first in the southern side of Eastern Samar in the
Municipality of Guian and proceeded to West-North-West via Leyte, northern Cebu, the
northern tip of Negros Island, Northern Panay and departed Philippine landmass in the north
of Palawan, leaving destruction and casualties in its path.
The Municipality of Dulag is one of the municipalities in north eastern Leyte which was
badly hit by the typhoon. Based on NDRRMC Yolanda Situation Report No. 74 dated
December 27, 2013, Dulag has a total typhoon death toll of 26 persons and most of these
were living near the coastal areas of the municipality. Many Philippine citizens and observers
questioned whether the death toll of more than 6,000 confirmed dead could have been less if
early warning systems had been more effective and evacuation centers and its management
had been in place.
This comprehensive BDRRM Plan meant to provide technical, procedural and operation
guidance to the barangay official and BDRRMC in order for them to be more prepared and
ready for the impending disaster that about to happen due to the effect of climate change.
This plan is basically has the analysis of risk, the identified capacities of the barangay, the
possible cooperation mechanism between barangay and municipal local government unit, the
BDRRM Structure and the specific plan of action that the Barangay needs to do before,
during and after disaster.

THE COMPREHENSIVE BARANGAY DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND


MANAGEMENT PLAN OF
BARANGAY LUAN, DULAG, LEYTE
I.INTRODUCTION:
RATIONALE
Dulag is a German word which means the
pivotal center for interrogation by
authorities. The trade center in the eastern
part of Leyte where domestic and foreign
vessels docked at its port bringing in
foreigners: Chinese, Turks, Greeks, Arabs
and Germans to barter abaca, copra, tobacco,
rice, wine and others. Large warehouse lined
the coastal shores of Dulag, among them:
Casa Santua, Casa Potiksi, Casa Limpingco,
Casa Ortega, Casa Gotuangco and Casa
Florentino which promoted trade activities
from Dagami, Tacloban, Burauen, La Paz,
Tararaguna (now Mac Arthur, Leyte), Julita and Mayorga, Leyte. Goods from these towns
were shipped through Dulag to foreign shores.
Other ethnological version to explain the meaning of Dulag, includes: DULAO
VERSION(medical herbs in abundance), NAGDUDULAG VERSION (wild bones
scattered by hunters) and DALAG VERSION (fishes that thrive along Candao River).
Dulag is one of the oldest towns in Leyte having been Christianized in 1595, the seat of the
1st Jesuit Boarding School and the site when the US Flag was first raised in the Philippine
Soil during World War II liberation, hence, we are known as Liberation Town. FilipinoHispanic culturization is still practiced by elders most significantly in religious celebrations
although cultural changes of modern influence have affected a lot among young generations.
Dulag leads among the neighboring municipalities because of its cultural location and
manpower capabilities. With the presence of historic and tourist sites, tourism is developed
and can be a major source of income since the Local Government Unit incapable of financing
these projects, encouraging private investors would be a boost to Tourism Development and
be an index to progress of the Municipality.
Dulag, a municipality of Leyte, Region VIII, is a coastal town 36 kilometers south the capital
city. It is at present a 4 th class municipality with a population of 45,577 (projected as of 2007)
and an Annual Income of Php 48,360,445.91 have for its main industry on traditional fishing
and farming. It has an area of 110,07 square kilometers and has 45 barangays, 11 of which are
in the Poblacion with 8,500 households; one RHU Center with one Doctor, 2 Nurses, one
Medical Technologist and 6 Midwives and a 10 bed capacity infirmary and complete
communication facilities.

BASIS OF THE BDRRM PLAN


On May 27, 2010, former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo signed into law the Disaster
Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010 or RA 10121, to amend the three-decade
Presidential Decree 1566, the old Disaster Management Law of the Philippines. RA 10121
institutionalizes the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management System not only in the
National Government but also to all local government units in the country. One of the
important features of this new law is the comprehensive utilization of the 5% Calamity Fund
which is now the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund (DRRMF). Under the old
law the whole 5% Calamity Fund could only be utilized when there was a declaration of a
state of calamity. Now under Section 21 of RA 10121, 70% of the LDRRM Fund can be used
for pre-disaster activities thereby giving LGUs a more pro-active approach in disaster risk
reduction. (NDRRMC-DBM-DILG Joint Memorandum Circular No. 2013-1, dated March
25, 2013)
PLANNING PROCESS
The primary goal of this LDRRM Plan is to improve the existing practices of the Barangay
on Disaster Risk Reduction and Management through better partnership and working
relationships among the community residents, the municipal DRRMO, Civil Society
Organizations, Private Sector and Community Disaster Volunteers (CDVS).
The plan encourages pragmatic contingency measures characterized by community selfreliance through partnership among public officials, their constituents and the private sector.
The plan is functional and action-oriented. The effectiveness of the community disaster
preparedness largely depends on the skills of the locales, local resources and the nature and
extent of involvement of the private sector and the general public. Assistance from the
municipal and provincial level authorities may be sought when the need arises.
Gender Responsive Barangay DRRM Plan:
The integration of gender and explicit consideration of development (social, economic,
physical, cultural and political forces), determines how differently men and women
participate and benefit from and control resources and activities. The combined genderresponsive and participatory approach in the entire planning and decision-making process
from plan formulation/updating, plan implementation and monitoring and evaluation is a
manifestations of good governance that will bring us closer to our goal of having men and
women equally contributing to and benefiting from development. The utilization of genderresponsive planning approach ensures or provides or provides a mechanism for integrating
sustainable indicators in planning.
In the formulation of the BDRRM Plan of this Barangay, there were two specific objectives
that were agreed upon by the participants in order to attain quality results and better
guidelines in the formulation of the plan. And these are as follows:
1. To determine priority programs and activities and utilize effective and efficiently the
5% LDRRM Fund of the barangay, and
2. To revisit the BDRRMC Structure of the Barangays and Identify strategies that will
mainstream the BDRRMC Structure to BDC Structure.

The 3-day LDRRM Planning and Budgeting Workshop was also a product of various
strategies, activities and processes that were undertaken by the Barangay and the Municipal
Government of Dulag through a series of meetings and consultations by its Local Disaster
Risk Reduction and Management Council (LDRRMC).
Figure 2: BDRRM Planning and Budgeting Workshop Process Flow)
Input:
Basic Concepts
on DRR and
Salient
Provision of RA
10121

Legislation

Review of
LDRRMC/LDR
RMO
Structures

Comprehensi
ve DRRM
Planning

Participatory
Disaster Risk
Assessment
(BDRRMC
Perspective)

Presentation
of Disaster
Risk
Assessment
and its Local

SCOPE AND DURATION OF THE PLAN:


The BDRRM Plan focuses on the disaster preparedness program of the Barangay toward
building disaster resilient communities. Most of the priority project that will be funded by the
5% LDRRM Fund of the Barangay are related to purchase of disaster preparedness
equipment and the capacity building of BDRRMC, communities and disaster volunteers.
The members of the BDRRMC shall be strengthened organizationally and technically to
ensure their effectiveness in implementing the BDRRM Plan and responding emergencies.
The Punong Barangay shall provide direction to the BDRRMC to carry out their tasks.
The Accredited Community Disaster Volunteers (ACDVs), as what the PDRRM Law
prescribed, shall be properly organized and eventually institutionalized through the close
monitoring of the Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Committee
(BDRRMC) with the technical assistance and close supervision of the MDRRMO and
Barangay Development Council.

II. DISASTER AND HAZARD PROFILE OF THE BARANGAY:


TYPE OF HAZARDS THAT OCCURRED AND MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR:

1. TSUNAMI:
Tsunami is a series of catastrophic ocean waves generated by submarine movements, which
may be caused by earthquake, volcanic eruption, landslide beneath the ocean, or an asteroid
striking the earth. Tsunami also called seismic sea waves.
In the open ocean, tsunamis may have wave lengths of up to several hundred miles and
travel at speed up to 500 miles/hour, yet have wave height of less than 1 feet (1m), which
pass unnoticed beneath a ship at sea. The period between the crest of a tsunamis waves
varies from 5 minutes to about 1 hour. When tsunamis approach shallow water along a coast,
they are slowed, causing their length to shorten and their height to rise sometimes as high as
100 feet (30m)

2. EARTHQUAKE:
An earthquake (also known as a quake, tremor or temblor) is the perceptible shaking of the
surface of the Earth, resulting from the sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust that
creates seismic waves. Earthquakes can be violent enough to toss people around and destroy
whole cities.

Contingency Plan
BDRRMO

Over-all commander ha panahon hin emergency.


Amo an mangungua han pagpapatawag hin meeting para pagpalanuhan an mga buruhaton ha
panahon hin emergency.
Magpatawag hin meeting ha konseho ngan han mga molopyo para han paghimo han BDRRM
Plan.
Nagmomonitor han mga buruhaton han ngatanan na action teams.
Siguraduhon na ada pirmi an mga supply ngan sarakyan nga kinahanglan han mga action
teams
Hiya an official information and communication person ha ngatanan na desisyon or buruhaton
ha panahonhin emergency.

ADMINISTRATION AND TRAINING

Mag pasilidad han mga training ngan han mgakinahanglanonhan barangay para ha Disaster
Preparedness.

RESEARCH AND PLANNING HEAD

Nagdedeterminahanmgaaksyonnakinahanglanbuhaton.
narekomendarhanpagimplementarhanmgaaadanaplano.
magprepararhan evacuation lan.
maghimahanmga report katimahanpanahonhankalamidad.

OPERATIONS AND WARNING

Mag assist hanpaganalisarhansitwasyonnganhanpagimplementarhanmgaplano.


Mag supervise hantrabahohanmga services naaada ha operations and warning
makipag-coordinate para han tama napaghataghinimpormasonngan warning tikang ha
MDRRMO.
Makipag-coordinate ha BDRRMO para hanmgatrabahuon ha panahonhin emergency.

MGA SERBISYO NA UNDER HAN OPERATIONS AND WARNING


Communication Services

Kumapothanradyohan barangay.
Kumarawathanmganotisyanganimpormasyontikang ha MDRRMO.
Maglistahanimpormasyonnanakarawatngan kun hin-o an naghataghanimpormasyon.
Magpasabothanimpormasyonngadtohan BDRRMO ngan ha Warning Sevices.

Logistics Services

In charge hanngatanannamga supply nakinahanglan ha panahonhin emergency


nganpakigcoordinatehanmga emergency action teams
Magpalithinmga relief goods nakinahanglanhanmganangag evacuate.
Magturn-over hanmga relief supply ngadto ha relief services team.
Makig-coordinate ha Chairman han BDRRMC, NGO ngan ha government agencies
hanmgabulignapwedeihatagngadtohanmga nag evacuate.
Pagkarawathanmgabuligtikang ha iba-ibanaorganisasyon.

Transportation Services

Gintatapurannamaghataghinserbisyohantransportasyonngadtohanmganangag-evacuate ngan
ha natananna action committee kunkinahanglanon.
Responsible hanpagdul-onghanmganangag-evacuate tikang ha iramgabalaytikadto ha safe na
evacuation center, or an magdadarahanmga may sakitngadto ha ospital.
Magmonitorhankabutanganhanmgadalannamgadelikadonaagi-an para hanmangag evacuate.
Makig-coordinate ha ibanamga action teams para haniramgapanginahanglan ha
transportasyon.

Monitoring and Warning Services

Siguraduhonnaumabot ha mgamolopyohan barangay an mga early warning information


ngatikang ha Municipal DRRMO
Siguraduhon an maupaynakoordinasyonngadtohan rescue, evacuation ngan relief services
team para makasabothirahan disaster situation.
Maghatagnganmagpahibaro ha mgatawo ha kumonidad an mgaimpormasyonnanakuhangan
an mgaaksyonnakinahanglanbuhaton.
Magbuhathin regular naobserbasyon ha kabutang hit panahonna possible pagtikangan hit
baha.
Maghataghin signal ha BDRRMC kung kinahanglanna mag-evacuate hanmgatawobasihanan
Early Warning System.

Rescue Services

Mangunahan actual na rescue operation ha mgatawonaada ha peligro.


Siguraduhonnganadara an mgagamit para han rescue and evacuation namgakinahanglanon ha
panahonhin emergency.
Mabulig ha medical action team para pagsalbarhinkinabuhi.
Sigaraduhonna may-adalistahanhanngatanannanabulighan rescue operation.

Evacuation Services

Mag- guide hanmganangag-evacuate ngadto ha pick up point naginkasarabutan.


Siguraduhonnaaada ha maupaynakabutanganhanmganangag evacuate
Manguna para hanpagkarawatnganpagparehistrohanmganangag-evacuate.
Maghataghinimpormasyon ha BDRRMC hankabutangan o sitwasyonhanmgapasilidad ha
evacuation center para masigurado an kaupayan para hanmganangag-evacuate.
Mag-andamhanlistahanhanmgatawo para hanpaghataghan relief goods.
Maghataghin orientation ha mgatawo para makalaro an mganangag-evacuate
hansistemanganpolisiyanaigimplementar ha sulodhan evacuation center.

Relief Services Team:

Masigurona an ngatananna nag evacuate nakakaon.


Manahataghanmga relief ha sistemadonapamaagi.

Medical Service
Marespondenganmaghahataghin first aid ngadtohanmganasamarantungodhan emergency.
Magmonitorhan medical nakabutanganhanmganangag-evacuate.
Makialayon ha mga barangay health worker hanpaghataghinbulig medical ha mga nagevacuate.
Mabulig ha feeding program para ha mgabata ha sakobhan evacuation center.
Maghataghinimpormasyon parte hanpanlawasnakalimpyohan para malikayan an mgasakit ha
sakobhan evacuation center.
Siguraduhonna may-adapermanentena supply hinmedisina ha evacuation center.

Security Services

Siguraduhon an maayosna evacuation


Mag-assign hinmagbabantay ha evacuation center.
Siguraduhonanseguridadhankumonidad.
Magmonitorhansitwasyon ha barangay mentrasnakadto
mgaresidente.

ha

evacuation

Fire Services

Mangunahanpagbulighanpagparonghankalayo ha panahonhinsunog ha barangay

Damage and Needs Assessment Services

center

and

Mag-assess kunpira an mga damage nanahitabo ha barangay,


mganagubanamgabalaynganpakabuhi.
maghataghin estimate nakinahanglanhan barangay basihankadakohan damage.

lakipna

an

Phases of Operation
(TYPHOON/BAGYO)
Pre-Disaster
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Re-activation of the BDRRMC


Information dissemination from BDRRMC
Undertake all necessary preparations as required in the plan.
Organization and provision of specialized training on disaster response team
Massive information drive and education campaign
Improvement of communication and warning system
Conduct of evacuation drills and exercise
Update contingency and evacuation plan

During Disaster
1. Full activation of BDRRMC
2. Provision of emergency services such as relief, rescue, evacuation, transportation, emergency
and medical care, communication warning.
3. Provision of timely information on actual disaster incidents
4. Close monitoring and supervision on BDRRMC Operations and Warning Team for possible
support and assistance

Post- Disaster
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

BAHA

Conduct BDRRMC meeting for final evaluation of the situation


Determine rehabilitation requirements for disaster victims
Preparation for final report
Restoration, repair and rehabilitation of damaged infrastructure, and agricultural crops
Conduct post disaster assessment and review the existing plan

Warning Device: Karatong


Warning System
Alert Level 1- single and slow hit of karatong for every 10 min

Activation of BDRRMC
Advice the community to start slow preparatory activities, gathers children, animals
and other things of high value.
Check the status of/ access to barangay evacuation center.
Listen to status report of Dulag Operation Center and close monitor on typhoon
tracking.

Alert Level 2- double and slow hit of karatong for every 5 min

Full activation of BDRRMC


Advice the households to prepare for evacuation:
o Prepare emergency pack for five days
o Secure vulnerable item in household
Prepare and open evacuation center.
Listen to status report of Dulag Operation Center and close monitor on typhoon
tracking

Alert Level 3- rapid hit of karatong

Order households to evacuate


Check evacuated houses
Conduct head counting at the evacuation center.
Provision of emergency services such as relief, evacuation, transportation, emergency
and medical care.

Tsunami
Warning Device: Bell
After a strong earthquake, bell must be rapidly hit to alarm the people for evacuation due to a
possibility of tsunami. People are advised to go inland or higher ground whichever nearer.

EVACUATION PLAN

Identified Evacuation Site and Capacity:

Evacuation Area

Family Head

Brgy. Hall

Jose Noel Epong


Jovito Basas
Jonel Basas
Mario Tanghay
Welfredo Reduccion
Fe Navarro
Wenceslao Bico
Arnold Bico
Antonio Torquite
July Tagabe
Total No. Of Households: 10

Household No.
#3
#6
#7
#10
#14
#16
#20
#21
#22
#23

No. Of Family
Members
2
8
4
2
11
2
4
3
1
7

Total No. Of Evacuees: 44


Available CR: 1

Evacuation Area
Senior Citizen's
Building

Family Head

Household No.

Gerald Tagabe

# 24

No. Of Family
Members
6

#25
#29
#31
#32
#33
#34
#35
#36
#37

10
3
3
4
3
10
1
1
3

Household No.

No. Of Family

Gerry Tagabe
Regan Repalda
Geronimo Castil
Romnick Tangpuz
Nicolas Abrematea
Lolita Castil
Ruel Jaar
Shirley Castil
Vicente Nacional
Total No. Of Households: 10
Total No. Of Evacuees: 44
Available CR: 1

Evacuation Area

Family Head

Day Care Center

Tirso Talaro Sr.


Marleta Talaro
Elma Talaro
Arnulfo Cagara
Jocelyn Cinco
Virgilio Cagara
Jesebel Cagara
Benjie Cagara
Arnel Cagara
Iluminado Cabias
Total No. Of Households: 10

Members
4
1
1
5
1
6
2
1
6
10

# 43
#44
#45
#46
#48
#49
#50
#51
#52
#53

Total No of Evacuees: 37
Available CR: 1

Evacuation Area

Room No.

Family Head
Rolando Cagara

Household
No.
# 60

No. Of Family
Members
5

Romualdez
Elementary School

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3

Arturo Cagara Jr.


Rogelio Cagara
Joel Cionelo
Jinnilyn Cionelo
Roderick Cabias
Rodulfo Cabias
Ryan Cabias
Leonila Casiber
John Paul Diola
Randy Salcedo
Leo Castil
Lilibeth castil
Rosalinda Ligo
Crislito Ligo
Orlando Rio
Nelson Cabias
Danilo Echapari
Louie Cagara
Nolly Homeres
Renante Rio
Rodulfo Cailo
Arthuro Cagara
Ramil Medino
Jason Medino
Antonio Silvano
Tirso Talaro Jr.

#62
#63
#71
#72
#73
#74
#75
#76
#77
#81
#82
83
84
85
87
92
93
95
99
100
103
104
105
106
107
109

6
4
2
6
6
9
3
7
3
4
4
1
3
2
1
8
4
5
8
3
1
4
5
3
5
3

3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Total No. Of households: 59
Total No. Of Evacuees: 261

Adopt a Family Program:

Christopher Masaplod
Joseph Cabias
Welbert Calubay
Ruel Tagabe
Winefredo Opiniano
Eufrocina Tragura
Judito Tragura
Ronnie Senase
Danny Maliwat
Medel Bico
Vanessa Bico
Rico Bico
Marlon Armada
Crisanto Casiber
Eleseo Lugasan
Gregorio Senase
Romeo Catayas
Aurora Homeres
Eufrasia Cagara
Melvin Homeres
Marvin Homeres
Florencio Vinas
Leonides Bico
Roel Rona
Jophil Bico
Felix Bico Sr.
Renerio Canales
Hermilo Gabutero
Rodyrec Cageda
Mariano Nunez
Rosalinda Dungzal

110
111
118
126
129
130
131
132
133
134
138
142
144
145
146
147
150
151
152
153
156
158
162
163
164
165
166
170
171
172
175

3
10
6
1
6
7
1
5
8
4
1
5
2
1
3
5
6
3
3
4
4
6
4
2
4
9
3
6
6
5
1

Evacuation Area

Household Head

Household No.

Ernersto Cabias

Ernesto Cabias
Ritchel Cabias
Edelyn Raagas
Rakil Adap

56
57
80
12

Julie Rivas

Julie Rivas
Cresencia Parado
Genoveva Rada
Rex Dungzal
Francisco Macasa
Frecky Macasa
Arturo Dungzal

112
161
114
113
178
179
108

Romeo Dungzal

Romeo Dungzal
Leonard Advincula
Adela Cionilo
Ma. Concepcion Dungzal
Branilo Dungzal
Anaconita Dungzal
Ronald Barres
Darrel Dungzal
Yolanda Advincula
Richard Castil

55
2
79
173
176
179
5
78
1
58

Grenson Dungzal

Gresnson Dungzal
Renaldo Garcelaso
Mary Jane Panistan
Jhon Paul Diola
Romnick Cabais

169
167
168
77
73

Ruben Versoza

Ruben Versoza
Bryan Cabias

68
64

Jinky Caunte

Jinky Caunte
Domingo Caunte Sr.
Guillerma Ripalda
Roderick Idara

160
159
115
177

Dominador Cayosa Jr.

Families from San Jose

Leandro Claridad

Lendro Claridad
Henry Cabias
Erlinda Rio
Rogelio Tagabe Jr.

122
123
124
125

Roberto Go

Roberto Go

59

No. Of Family
Members
4
3
3
5
15
4
6
3
6
3
3
3
28
5
8
3
4
2
1
2
2
4
32
5
4
2
3
6
20
4
5
9
8
2
2
6
18
4
4
1
4
13
4

Lydia Macasa
Erwin Castil
Junie Espinosa
Romeo Cuevas
Christopher Macasa
Francisco Macasa Sr.

70
88
89
17
86
69

Expidita Cagara

Expidita Cagara
Ariel Cagara
Randy Cagara
Segundo Adonis
Ryan Adonis
Bernabe Acona
Ramil Cagara
Raymundo Cagara Jr.

47
39
38
154
157
155
101
102

Eduardo Palejaro

Eduardo Palejaro
Loida Cagara
For San Jose Evacuees

41
42

Cecilia T. Cinco

Cecilia T. Cinco
Michael Cinco Sr.
Roberto Cagara

119
121
120

Geronimo Castil

Geronimo Castil
Romnick Tangpuz
Nicolas Abrematea

31
32

Ricky Cabias

Ricky Cabias
Allan Juanillo
Antonio Cagara

54
19
94

Nena Advincula

Nena Advincula
Benche Advincula
Camilo Bico

140
143
141

Roseta Deri-on

Roseta Deri-on
Bonifacio Diola
Mark Diola
Gorgonio Senase
Ronel Deri-on
Jesus Bico Sr.
Wencislao Opon

139
136
135
147
117
137
148

Dominador Rivas

Dominador Rivas
Rafael De Leon
Zaldy Roche
Armin Cagara

126
149
127
116

4
5
3
4
6
6
32
1
6
4
3
4
3
4
5
30
4
5
9
3
8
1
12
3
4
8
4
7
7
18
3
2
9
14
5
3
5
5
4
3
5
30
1
6
5
5

17

COMMUNITY RISK ASSESSMENT


Flood Hazard Map

Storm Surge Hazard Map

Tsunami Hazard Map

Historical Timeline

HISTORICAL TIMELINE

DISASTER

Dec. 1951

Typhoon AMY

Nov.5, 1991

Flash Flood

June 9, 2004

Ipo-ipo

Aug.31, 2012

Earthquake

Nov.8, 2013

Super Typhoon Yolanda

Dec.4, 2014

Typhoon Ruby

Dec.30, 2014

Flood

January 2015

Typhoon Amang

Seasonal Calendar

Hazard

Jan.

Typhoon

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Flood

Jun.

Jul.

Aug.

Sept

Oct.

Drough

Nov.

Accident

Sore Eyes

Rice Pests

Dec.

Vulnerability and Capacity

Capacity

Social Organization

Attitudinal /
Motivational

Vulnerability

Health Center, Street Light


Church, Electricity, Radio
T.V, Transportation
1,055 population
Store, Waiting Shed
Health Center
Tanod Outpost
95% hindisemintadongdaan

4 Small Family (20%)


Good Leader
Farmers Org.
Womens Org.
4-H Club
4Ps

Large Family (80%)

Religious (95%)
May Pagsisikap
Matulungin

No Equipments:
Land Master -ChainSaw
Traktor-Hand Pump
Schisto.(4positive)
Malnourish (2)
Poor Household (90%)
Binabaha (99%)

Walangkakayahangbaguhinangkalagayan.
Palaasaangiba
Hindi magka-isaminsan

Probability Impact

Probability

Minor

Moderate Impact

Major

Likely (2x per yr. or more)

Flood

Heavy Rains

Typhoon

Possible (every 1-2yrs.)

Epedemics

El-Nio

Unlikely (every 5-10 yrs. or


more)

Earthquake

BDRRMC
BDRRMO
Hon. Dionisio P. Roa

Operation and Warning

Admin.and Training

Research and Planning

Consuelo Hinay
MaritesAnimos
CharsfeeDoquilla
Adelaida Adonis
Josephine Advincula

Gleen F. Cayetano
Luz Dumadag
ZinnaPactoranan
Aimee Capongcol
Rosita Quinotes

Monitoring and Warning


Emily Olendan
Elizabeth Beringuel
Violeta Adonis
Lilia Caing
MarivicCayetano
Camilo Flora

Communication Services
Romeo B. Advincula
Ma.TeresaOlendan
Ariel Escaliente
ZaldyOlendan
Jovencio Tolentino
Evangeline Tabuyan

Rescue Services

Medical Services

Damage and Needs


Assessments Services
BalvinQuillotes
RanjiPactoranan
JimuelOrfanel
John Rey Garcia
Nio Capongcol
ElwinaPactoranan

Evacuation Services
SherlyCatantan
Ana Marie Pactorawan
Mary Ann Catantan
HasminJocson
William Escaliente
Lilia Tangeli

Logistics Services

Manuel Jocson
Michael Santos
Vicente Kempis
John Carlo Pica
Lowiel Jay Manocsoc
AndrioGabonas
MarlitoIbaez

Roneda Pica
MaritesCayetano
Ma.LuisaRoa
CarmencitaJocson
Nancy Jocson
Minda Tangle
ReynalynMondala

Ronald Catantan
Daniel Jocson
Daniel Lux Dumadag
DionisioOledan
Alfredo Macapanas

Danilo Dumadag
Antonia Beringuel
Gina Gabriola
Sheryl Olendan
Luisa Manocsoc
Amado Kempis

Fire Services
John Michael Adonis
Leroy Manocsoc
WenefredoOlendan
Jimmy Gabon
Reina Mondala
Emily Janiola
Juan Caranyagan

Relief Services
NenitaJocson
Cecilia Jocson
Engracia Garcia
Roselyn Beringuel
Manuel Yanuario
AndrioGabonas

Transportation Services
Rowel A. Animos
Rodman Advincula
Robert Dumadag
CanutoYadong
Bernardo Roa Jr.
Edgar Jocson

Security Services
Enriquito C. Kempis
Nestor Q. Calupaz
Sammy M. Catantan
Noel L. Dumadag
Marjorie R. Advincula

Elements at Risk
Zone
Zone

Elements

High Risk

Barangay Disaster
People: 189
Management
Pamilya
18
PWD
0
Work and
Financial
S.Citizen
0
Children
0
CY
2016
Facilities
1

Impact

Pregnant
Lactating

Output

People: 180
Hindi 5
Pamilya
Maiwasanangmga
PWD nababahainangmar
1
panganib atS.Citizenamingkabahayan
3
mapahinaangmag
Children
4
igingepektonitosa
FacilitiesMaiwasanangsakit
0
Barangay
Pregnantat magkaroon
0 ng

karagdagang

Lactatingincome angBrgy.
0
People:152
Pamilya
15
Para
Para may
PWD magamitsaoras
1 ng
maginghandasapa
gharapsaanomang
S.Citizen kalamidad
2
kalamidad Children
18
Facilities
Magkaroon1 ng
Pregnantsaktongkaalaman
3

Lactating

Magkaroon ng
saktongkaalaman

Medium Risk

Elements
Low Risk
People: 132
Pamilya

High Risk

14

5
6

9
10
Children
Upangmaiwasanangdis
0
Facilities
grasyasatuwing
may 1
daratingnasakuna
3
3
Pregnant
28
13
Lactating
0
Dagdagkaalaman para0
0
2
sakahandaan
0

Dagdagkaalaman para
sakahandaan

Low Risk

Total

Total

PWD
1
S.Citizen
7
Children
27
7
19
Facilities
044
0
0
Pregnant
20
1
12
13
Lactating
0
27
50
77
People:120
3
1
5
Project Program
Pamilya
122
2
0
Outcome PWD
Activity
16
1
5
S.Citizen
7
Children
20
Malayangdaloy
ng 23
Two Box Culvert
16
44
Facilities
1
along Zone
2 tubig
0
3 1
Pregnant
0
9
11
23
19
52
Lactating
574
Magigingmalinisangka
Waste Segregation
1
0
1
People:
281 trash box (20 pcs.)
paligiran
at
0
0
0
Pamilya
18
hindinamapupunta
1 kung
PWD2
03

saanangmgabasura
S.Citizen

Medium Risk

0
Purchase 40
of34Rescue
12
Equipment
08
59
01
Youth Training about
5
DRR (30persons)

10

33

1
5
20
0
2

0
4
5
0
0

2
16
52
0
4

12

Timeline
4

0
3 1
Q

Q2

14
0
0

Q3

44
1
0

31

20

69

5
10
59
3
1

0
6
19
0
0

5
16
118
4
1

10

Plan
Funding
Requirement

Funding Source

Thematic
Area

50, 000

5% Development
Fund

Prevention and
Mitigation

10,000

5% DRRMF

15,000

LDRRMF

20,000

SK Fund

10,000

5% DRRMF

Q410

Capacity Building
training (BDRRMC
members)

0
0
10
0
0

28

Risk Reduction and

10

Preparedness

Para
makatugonsapang
a-ngailangan ng
Barangay

Para
hindigutuminangm
gaevacues

Para magkaroon ng
pagkainangmgaevacue
s

Relief Goods (upon


declaration of state of
calamities)

Dagdagkabuhayan

Upangmagkaroon ng
bagonghanap-buhay

Livelihood
Assistance

Repair of Brgy.Hall

21,0216.36

30% LDRRMF

Response

14,500

5% DRRMF

Rehab and
Recovery

20% AIP