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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Center, Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Philippines

NDRRMC UPDATE
Situation Report No. 24 re Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a
Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
(Glide No. FL 2010-000258 PHL)

Releasing Officer:

DATE: 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM


Sources: DOST-PAGASA, DSWD, DOH, DILG, DOTC, PNP, AFP, PCG, PIA, DPWH, NGOs, MDRRMCs and PDRRMCs
through OCDRCs, IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. BACKGROUND

The northeast monsoon that prevailed over Northern and Central Luzon and the tail-
end of a cold front affecting Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao triggered the
occurrence of moderate to heavy rains and subsequent floodings and series of landslide
incidents affecting 24 provinces in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM.
Listing of areas affected by landslides, flooding & storm surge is on Tab A.

B. EFFECTS

1. Affected Population (Details on Tab B)

 Population affected increased from 186,856 families / 967,351 persons to


213,264 families / 1,120,685 persons in 1,073 barangays of 124
municipalities and 10 cities of 21 provinces in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI,
CARAGA and ARMM
 Among the eight (8) affected regions, CARAGA got the highest number of
affected population with 112,096 families / 601,804 persons, followed by
Region VIII (35,463 families / 185,675 persons), while Region V ranks 3rd with
37,514 families / 191,777 persons
 A total of 44,440 families / 230,274 persons have been served both inside
and outside evacuation centers from the combined sources of DSWD and
LGUs

Telefax: NDRRMC Opcen (+632) 911-1406; 912-2665; 912-5668; NDRRMC Secretariat (+632) 912-0441; 912-5947;
Office of the Administrator, OCD (+632) 912-2424
Email: dopcen@ndcc.gov.ph Website: www.ndcc.gov.ph
2. Casualties (Details on Tab C)

 Dead – 33

REGION PROVINCE CITY / MUN BRGY NAME(AGE AND CAUSE)


o Antonio Dadap (50 yrs., drowning)
Manito
Albay o Lolita Dadap ( 80 yrs., drowning
V
Legazpi City Mariawa o Maricris Abrigo ( 21 yrs., drowning)
o Knight Gambit Alenia (8 yrs.,
Sorsogon Macabog
drowning)
o Fatima Discaryal ( 5 yrs , landslide)
St. Bernard Bolodbolod o Rodel Discaryal ( 1 yr , landslide)
Southern o Jordan Lakipon (7 yrs. , landslide)
VIII
Leyte o Recabel Montederamos (10 yrs.,
Tomas Oppus Maanyag
drowning)
Sogod Pancho Villa o Patrick Pelaez (11 yrs.,drowning)
Lanao del Lower
X Baroy o Cristine Telostina ( 6 yrs, drowing)
Norte Sagadan
Compostela o Apollinaria Porras ( 5 yrs.,
Monkayo Mt. Diwata
Valley landslide)
XI Davao del
Sto. Tomas Bobongon o Esorio F. Daniel ( 47 yrs., drowning)
Norte
Davao del
Sta. Maria Pongpong o Jonas D. Caan ( 25 yrs.,drowning)
Sur
o Dioscoro Albiro (17 yrs., landslide)
Butuan City Brgy. Maibu
Agusan o Shielo Carrido ( 40 yrs., landslide)
del Norte Sitio Sabang, o Francisco Eclipse Tablon(70yrs.,
Jabonga Magsaysay drowning)
Tubod Camilan o Roberto Dalangin (35yrs., drowning)
Surigao Bacuag Camboayan o Loma Alutaya ( 27 yrs., drowning)
del Norte o Angelo Arniba Siega ( 5 yrs.,
Surigao City Nueva St.
drowning)
Bislig City o Maxwell Tajo ( 48 yrs., drowning)
Tabon, o Alberto Paradaña Rebasora (50yrs.,
Surigao Mangagoy drowning)
del Sur San Miguel o Ramil Lamigo Bobiles ( 36 yrs.,
Tina
drowning)
o Rustico Lamigo Pacaldo (38 yrs.,
Cagwait Mat-e
drowning)
o Manuel Madelo ( 28 yrs.,
Patin-ay
electrocuted)
CARAGA
P-2, Brgy. o Dondie Carl Bolante (6 yrs.,
Magsaysay drowning)
Prosperidad
o Felicitas Mabras Macuno (65 yrs.,
drowning)
Salvador
o Roselyn Buhayang Porras(16 yrs.,
drowning)
Purok 4, o Michael Rodrigo Otero ( 12 yrs.,
Agusan Bunawan
Libertad electrocuted)
del Sur Caniyugan, o Junmark Lara Castro(23 yrs.,
San Vicente drowning)
Bayugan
P-5 Sta.
o Melvin Gonzales (23 yrs., drowning)
Irene
o Ceasar Alisna Aquilan ( 50 yrs.,
Sibagat Tag-oyango
drowning)
San o Armando Batilaran( 70 yrs.,
Caimpugan
Francisco drowning)
Don o Bryl Jake Mondejar ( 1 yr.,
San Luis
Alejandro drowning)

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 Injured – 8

REGION PROV CITY / MUN BRGY NAMES (AGE AND CAUSE)


1. Cherry Lakipon (40yrs., lanslide)
2. Elvia Lakipon (30yrs., landslide)
St. Bernard Bolobolod 3. Jerry Lakipon (10yrs., landslide)
Southern 4. Jimboy Lakipon (6yrs., landslide)
VIII 5. Aida Napuli (49yrs., landslide)
Leyte
6. Rowen Libres (23yrs., landslide)
Sogod
7. Stephanie Libres (2yrs., landslide)
Libagon 8. PO3 Noel Talisic (landslide)

 Missing – 9

REGION PROV CITY / MUN BRNGY NAMES


Virac Sta. Cruz o Patricio Adronial Peregrino (56 yrs.)
(missing fishermen)
o Rannie Villar
Catandua
V o Ricky Villar
nes Panganiban Cagdarao
o Joseph Soledad
o Litoy Soledad
o 6. Jerry Soledad
o Bartolomé Rabonque ( 57 yrs.) and
Esperanza Brgy Balubo o Relos Rabonque, swept by high water
Agusan level of Ojot River
CARAGA
del Sur P-3
Bunawan Mandagao o Ronnie B. Jupson (19 yrs., drowning)
Poblacion

3. Damages (Details on Tab D)

3.1. Damaged Houses – 440 (171 totally and 269 partially)


Regions Areas Totally Partially Total
IV-B Narra, Palawan 11 11
VII Cebu City 1 1
VIII Southern Leyte and Eastern Samar 19 27 46
X Baroy and Tubod, Lanao del Norte 25 55 80
XI Compostela Valley and Davao del
26 51 77
Norte
CARAGA Agusan del Sur, Agusan del Norte,
Surigao del Sur, and Surigao del D6xyy 136 225
Norte

3.2. Damages to Agriculture, Infrastructure and Private Properties-


PhP747,396,259.19 (Tab E)

3.2.1 Agriculture = PhP173,777,688.19

Region Provinces Estimated Cost


V Albay and Sorsogon PhP 17,408,350.19
Southern Leyte , Northern Samar, Eastern
VIII PhP 46,230,053.00
Samar & Leyte
X Lanao del Norte PhP 3,478,600.00
XI Davao del Norte & Davao del Sur PhP 2,138,000.00
Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao
CARAGA PhP 104,522,685.00
del Norte, Surigao del Sur

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Over all Assessment

Rice - Of the 18,691 hectares standing rice crops from the eight (8) provinces,
3,797 hectares were completely damaged valued at PhP52.54 M
Corn : Of the 66 hectares affected in Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur, 20
hectares have no chance of recovery valued at PhP5.73 Million
High Value Commercial Crops (HVCC) – 461 hectares of HVCC were damaged
(127 hectares planted to vegetables, 154 hectares to bananas, 10
hectares to coconut and 170 has to root crops) with an estimated losses
at 1,387 metric tons
Livestock/Poultry – Losses to animals consisting of livestock, (carabao, swine,
goat) and poultry (duck, chicken) in Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur
amounted to PhP287,040

3.2.2 Infrastructure - PhP573,587,271.00

Region Particulars Estimated Amount


V Albay, Sorsogon and Camarines Sur PhP68,900,000.00
VIII Southern Leyte Php 93,287,500.00
X Lanao del Norte Php 155,000.00
XI Davao del Norte and Davao del Sur PhP 27,910,000.00
Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur,
CARAGA Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Php383,334,771.00
Dinagat Islands

3.2.3 Private Properties - PhP31,300.00

Region Areas Estimated Amount


Region VIII Cebu City Php 20,000.00
Region X Lanao del Norte Php 11,300.00

4. Status of Lifelines

4.1 Roads

Region VIII – Samar – Calbayog-Catbalogan Road in Brgy. Erenas, San


Jose not passable to light vehicles due to flooding;
Catarman, Northern Samar – Catarman-Calbayog Road,
Catarman Macagtas Section in Brgy. Macagtas is closed to
traffic due to road slip
CARAGA – Agusan del Sur (Awa-Aspetia Road and Butuan-Talacogon-
La Paz Road are impassable to all types of vehicles and 4
road sections along Butuan-Talacogon-La Paz are
flooded/eroded and passable only to motorcycles
Surigao del Sur (Payasan-Los Arcos Road and Gamut-San
Miguel Road are impassable due to series of landslides and
floodings); Surigao-Davao Coastal Road is passable only to
heavy vehicles; Tago-La Paz Bridge – craneway washed-out;
Lingig-Davao Oriental Boundary is impassable due to
landslide; and JCT Lingig-Trento Road is impassable due to
road depression/embankment slip

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Surigao del Norte - Del Carmen-San Benito Road is
impassable to all types of vehicles due to rock fall
Region XI – Compostela Valley -Two (2) footbridges in Brgy Andap, New
Bataan - washed-out. National Highway along San Jose,
Monkayo; Barangays Cambagang and Poblacion, Maragusan
and Barangays Cogonon and San Roque, New Bataan are
impassable
Davao del Sur Roads along Brgys. Pongpong and Buca, Sta.
Maria, Davao del Sur are impassable to all types of
vehicles
Davao del Norte – Kapalong-Talaingod-Valencia-Bukidnon
Road in Brgy. Sto. Nino (Km 1524+300-1513+600) is closed
to traffic due to landslide

II. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

 The estimated cost of assistance from the combined resources of DSWD, DOH, LGUs
and NGOs/Other GOs is Php11,759,781.42 (Details on Tab F)

Breakdown of Assistance per Agency /Region


Agency Amount of Region Amount of
Assistance Assistance
DSWD PhP2,911,290.65 Region IV-B PhP69,000.00
DOH 1,920,858.44 Region V 2,041,389.65
LGUs 6,807,158.33 Region VIII 1,540,989.00
NGOs /Other GOs 120,474.00 Region X 50,000.00
Region XI 90,000.00
CARAGA 7,968,402.77

NDRRMC
 Continuously disseminating General Flood Advisories for Bicol Region, Eastern Western
and Central Visayas, Northern Mindanao, Davao Region and CARAGA to the RDMMCs
concerned for further dissemination to their respective local DRRMCs; Conducted an
emergency meeting on 3 January 2011 presided by USEC Benito Ramos, Executive
Director of NDRRMC and Administrator, OCD and attended by NDRRMC member
agencies such as: PAGASA, AFP, DOH, DBM, PIA, DSWD, DPWH, PNP, PCG, PMS,
OCD Division Chiefs and OCD Regional Directors and discussed the extent of damages
caused by the tail-end of a cold front and the assistance and responses provided by the
concerned agencies and OCDRCs in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, ARMM, and
CARAGA

Philippine Information Agency


 Posts situation reports at Weather Watch (a facebook account) on the effects of the
continuous rains in Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao which can be accessed
through website: www.pia.gov.ph which has a link that takes the searcher directly to the
account. Aside from the use of social media, PIA also do SMS to relay important
information like what PIA Director General Jose Fabia did last Sunday, January 02, 2011

Department of Social Welfare and Development


 DSWD-CO prepositioned P30.359 Million worth of stand-by funds (PhP1,283,904.6),
family packs (PhP2,155,125.94) and other food and non-food items (PhP26,920,023) in
all concerned DSWD FOs:

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 Breakdown:
Region Amount Percentage
DSWD CARAGA PhP 4.10 Million 13.50%
DSWD IV-B PhP 3.40 Million 11.20%
DSWD V PhP16.88 Million 55.60%
DSWD VII PhP 2.40 Million 7.9%
DSWD VIII PhP 1.36 Million 4.48%
DSWD X PhP 1.30 Million 4.28%
DSWD XI PhP 0.87 Million 2.86%

 Released and transported a truckload of PhP428,200 worth of 2,000 family packs


(PhP328,200) and 1,000 pieces of blankets (PhP10,000) to DSWD FO 5 from the DSWD
National Resource Operations Center (NROC) on December 31, 2010 as additional
augmentation support for the flood-affected municipalities in the province of Albay turned
over to PSWDO; and;
 Mobilized/deployed the Regional QRT and SWAD Teams to assist the affected LGUs in
the disaster operations;
 Allocated PhP1 Million for Region VIII for the purchase of emergency relief supplies in
addition to its pre-positioned relief resources. DSWD VIII delivered PhP136,000 worth of
assistance to St. Bernard consisting of 500 family food packs and 500 packs clothing
and delivers 10 boxes of mineral water this afternoon, January 6, 2011. Other
municipalities are also receiving various sources of donations (food and water)
 DSWD CARAGA provided relief augmentation in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur in the
form of 1,000 family packs worth PhP341,030.

Department of Health
 DOH-HEMS–OPCEN’s Staff is fully activated to include field response teams and PHTO-
Based Response Teams conducted rapid health assessment in respective areas
 CHD8-PHO team led by PHTL Dr. Matibag was deployed to conduct rapid health
assessment bringing initial logistical support (drugs and medicines)
 CHD8 Cluster team is now conducting assessment and is preparing for possible
deployment if necessary and admitted injuries at the Anahawan District Hospital
 CHD representatives led by Dr. Verna Fernandez coordinated with MDRRMC and is
closely monitoring the situation
 CHD HEMS OPCEN Team is preparing augmentation support for drug and medicines
and other WATSAN logistics
 DOH-CHD CARAGA distributed medicines/fluids to the Provincial Health Teams (PHT) to
the affected areas worth Php380,434.25, broken down as follows: Agusan del Norte
(Php79,685.76); Agusan del Sur (Php80,180.76); Surigao del Norte & Dinagat Islands
(Php146,245.15) and Surigao del Sur (Php74,322.58)
 DOH-CHD Region X pre-positioned assorted drugs and medicines worth Php50,000

Department of Agriculture
 DA Central Action Center (DADAC) submitted its assessment on agricultural productions.
Based on the report of its Regional Field Offices, 19,218 hectares of croplands in 8
provinces of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao were damaged with an estimated loss of
1,367 metric tons or PhP72.9 Million

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Armed Forces of the Philippines
 The Philippine Navy headed by Commander Joel Babaso organized search and rescue
operations using one (1) Islander fix wing for the 5 missing fishermen in Catanduanes
 OCDRC-V Regional Director requested from the AFP Command Center for the
availability of two (2) PAF aircraft (UH1H) to conduct SAR operations for the missing
fishermen in Catanduanes
 The AFP Command Center facilitated the availability of two (2) PAF aircraft (UH-1H):
One (1) for OCD-5/PDRRMC Albay in the conduct of aerial survey and inspection at the
landslide prone areas in Cagraray Islands in Albay and the other one for the team
composed of DSWD, DPWH, PNP, OCD, Local Media and Chairperson, RDRRMC 8 in
the conduct of aerial survey and clearing operations in Libagon and Sogod landslide
areas in Region VIII
 The CENTCOM OPCON units conducted disaster response operations in areas affected
by floods and landslides in Samar Province and deployed SAR assets to the following
areas on January 1–2, 2011 to conduct rescue operations and provide assistance:
 One Platoon from 14IB, PA in Jipapad, Eastern Samar
 Loop de Loop Detachment of DCoy 52CBn, PA in Taft, Eastern Samar
 One platoon from TG Gabay 801Bde, PA in Hinabangan, Western Samar; and
 One platoon from 14 IB PA in National Highway in Taft, Eastern Samar
 PA Special Forces deployed Hoover Craft Air Boats donated by the Australian
Government to Liguasan Marsh in Maguindanao Province for use in the on-going
disaster monitoring/operations in the area
 Philippine Navy, TOG5-PAF-DRU 207th / 505th SRG, 9ID, PA, 901st Bde, 902nd Bde and
903rd Bde assets/personnel were put on standby; established close coordination with
Chairpersons, RDRRMC Regions IV-A, IV-B and V; and Public Affairs Team joined
Chairperson, PDRRMC Albay with national media for assessment and preparedness
measures
 Philippine Army, 901st IBde, PA committed 4 vehicles (2M35, 2 km 450)) and 11 on call
vehicles (6 M35 trucks, 4 km 450, 1 Elf from 901, 2IB, 7SRC, 3 RCDG and 5FSSU) and
16 personnel
 The 9ID PA V is on stand-by alert and continue the distribution of relief goods to the
evacuees, continue providing transportation and security assistance and monitoring of
the situation in the flooded municipalities of Irosin, Juban and Casiguran, Sorsogon and
Provinces of Catanduanes and Masbate and prepositioned the following assets:
 Castilla, Sorsogon (1 M 35 truck, km450 and 3 Officers/14 EP)
 49IB Juban ,Sorsogon (1 M35 truck, 1 km 450 and 5 Officers /108 EP)
 Pilar, Sorsogon – (1 M35, 1 km 450,, 1 Officer, 28 EP)
 Sorsogon city – (Mini Cruiser jeep, 1 Officer, 24 EP)
 9IB Masbate (1 M35 truck, 1 km 450, and 5 Officerss.108RP)
 TOG 5 - PAF assisted in the distribution of relief goods in Brgy Buhatan, Sto Domingo
Albay and picked up 200 bags of assorted relief goods for relief distribution at Moreras,
Guinobatan and Bacacay, Albay. Directed all stations and detachments to place
respective DRGs on standby for possible dispatch and SAR equipment (rubber boat and
1 ¼ ton Troop Carrier Truck) at PDRRMC Albay for possible SAR operations

Philippine National Police


 Initiated SAR and evacuation operations through its Regional units:
 PRO5 assisted in evacuating the 8,259 families/37,631 persons in Albay and
Sorsogon;
 PD, Albay PPO with two (2) rescue units from Police Provincial Public Safety
Company proceeded to Padang-Lidong, Sto. Domingo, Albay to assist motorist;
 Manito, Albay Municipal Police Station (MPS) conducted SAR on the reported
missing persons in Brgy Nagotgot, Manito who were recovered dead

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 SAR team led by Police Inspector Marcelo Bernardino of Saint Bernard MPS
recovered three (3) dead bodies at the landslide areas and the elements of Southern
Leyte Police Office and participated in the evacuation of 392 families/1,504 persons
in the flooded areas in Southern Leyte
 PNP–PRO 13 assisted in the evacuation of affected families in the low-lying
barangays in Agusan del Sur
 The elements of PNP HPG CARAGA conducted traffic, direction and control while the
elements of Agusan del Sur Police Station participated in the SAR operations to locate
reported missing persons
 Activated its Police Regional Disaster Operations Center (PRDOC) in close coordination
with the RDRRMC Operation Centers
 Assisted in disseminating warning advisories to the local Chief Executives, local DRRMC
Action Officers, RDRRMC Member agencies and local radio and television stations thru
fax, and text messages/SMS
 The RPSB CARAGA personnel led by P/SUPT Francisco Dungo Jr., BATCOM
conducted barangay visitation and SAR operations in Brgy Lemon to rescue the family of
Boy Ebdan and seven family members of Rodillo Simili in Brgy Mahay all in Butuan City
 PNP-PRO 5 placed on alert standby sixty (60) personnel from Regional Public Safety Bn
5 for possible deployment to landslide and flashflood areas in Albay, Sorsogon and
Camarines Sur, SKW Cargo Truck and H-Lux Patrol Car; SAR equipment (rubber boat,
life vest and ropes) and dispatched 30 RPSB5 personnel to Albay PDRRMC to assist in
repacking of relief goods

Philippine Coast Guard


 PCG District Palawan (CGDPAL) dispatched 1 Rescue Team of SOG Divers to Brgys El
Vita and Paracan, Narra, Palawan in connection with flashflood in said areas
 CGD Central Eastern Visayas (CGDCEV) deployed 1 Team of Deployable Response
Group (DRG) from Maasin Coast Guard Station to Brgy Pulot Pulot, Saint Bernard
(SARV-001 on standby). Four (4) SOG personnel from HQ, SOG departed today 06
January 2011 to augment the present rescue responders in CGS Maasin to support and
assist SAR operations thereat
 CGD Northern Mindanao (CGDNM) dispatched 1 Team of SOG Divers to Brgy
Buhangin, Butuan City (SARV-3501 on standby). Four SOG personnel from HQ, SOG
departed today 06 January 2011 to augment the on-going SAR operations in CGDNM
Butuan City
 CGD BICOL (CGDBCL) dispatched 1 Team of DRG to Brgy 17 Legaspi City, SOG
personnel assisted stranded persons from Penaranda Park, transported the strandees to
St. Rafael Church, Legaspi City using PCG rubber boats and assisted 172 persons in
Albay and Legaspi City; One (1) team of DRG personnel (2 SOG, 2 Medical and 3M-35
Truck crew) departed HPCG enroute to Legaspi City on 05 January 2011 to augment the
present rescue responders. In addition, 2 SOG personnel earlier deployed to CGS
Matnog will also join the team to support response operations thereat
 PCG assets on standby/ready for dispatch (1 PCG Islander aircraft, 1 PCG HELO and 4
teams of DRG at PCG Headquarters)

Department of Public Works and Highways


 DPWH, through its Maintenance Engineering Crews in various affected regions has been
continuously undertaking the following activities such as: removal and clearing of debris
and rock/slides; installation of barricades and warning signs along the national and
secondary roads; declogging of culverts/ditches and removal of debris along bridge
waterways; and emergency repairs of roads
Department of Interior and Local Government
 DILG CARAGA reiterated the implementation of Memorandum Circular No. 2010-79
dated August 24, 2010 re Calamity Response Protocols and Associated Actions to
ensure an active local government compliance of said issuance

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Non-Government Organization
 Gawad Kalinga (GK) headed by Mari Oquinena, sent a team to St Bernard on January 4,
2011 to assess and start relief operations. In addition, GK team stationed in Father
Saturnino Urios University (FSUU) in Butuan City is on standby ready to be activated to
receive evacuees
 FSUU offered its Gynmasium as Coordination and Relief Center of Butuan City DRRMC

RDRRMC
 RDRRMCs and local DRRMCs’ Chairpersons in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII,
ARMM and CARAGA orchestrated the emergency management in the flood and
landslide- stricken areas in terms of search and rescue, evacuation, relief operations,
conduct of emergency meetings and disseminations of warnings to the public
 Disaster Operations Centers of affected regions maintain 24/7hours monitoring
operations and dissemination of warning advisories to RDRRMC member agencies; local
Chief Executives (LCEs), local DRRMC Action Officers; and local radio/television
stations thru fax, voice, SMS and email
 Affected local DRRMCs dispatched their respective emergency response groups for the
conduct of SAR, evacuation operations and clearing operations of damaged roads
Region V
 RD, OCD5 provided daily media interview re preparations of the new weather
disturbance; conducted consultation meeting with PAGASA, and PDRRMCs Albay,
Camarines Sur and Sorsogon; and conducted relief operations at Manito Elementary
School in coordination with Governor Salceda, Cedric Daep (AFPSEMO), BGEN Marlou
Salazar (9ID, PA), Col Ang (901st Infantry Brigade, PA); PDRRMC Albay conducted a
pre-emptive evacuation in the critical barangays of Sto. Domingo, Manito, Guinobatan,
Bacacay and Malilipot with an estimated population of 1,576 families / 8,200 persons;
ordered the suspension of classes in Elementary and High School levels in Legaspi City,
Manito, Daraga, Camalig, Sto. Domingo, Malilipot and Bacacay both in public and
private; coordinate with local school officials of DepEd in their area of responsibility; and
advised Chairpersons, City/MDRRMC to properly implement Advisory No. 8 re
suspension of classes
 The LGUs of Manito, Sto Domingo and Malilipot, Albay effected a pre-emptive
evacuation aspart of its disaster preparedness and response activities in areas prone to
floods. Landslides and lahar flow. They were provided with 5 kls of rice to families
 The LGU of Camalig, PA and PNP are on standby to effect pre-emptive evacuation
ready to effect its pre-emptive evacuation in case the water levels along the creeks and
rivers rise

Region VIII
 Emergency Responders (NGAs, GOs and Other Agencies) that provided assistance in
St Bernard, Southern Leyte:
Government – PDRRMC Southern Leyte, CDRRMC Maasin City, DSWD 8,
DPWH; TOG8-PAF, OCDRC8, DOH-8 LMP, 8ID–PA, Ormoc City
Government, Sogod Water District, Baybay Water District, PNP
Bontoc and Tacloban Delta Fire Brigade, Leyte Metropolitan
Water District, BFP-Bontoc & St. Bernard, NIA Maasim
NGOs – Cebu Pacific Air, Gawad Kalinga, 7TH Day Adventist, LMWD,
Philippine Amateur Association, SMART Communication, Coca
Cola Bottlers, Ivanhoe Philippines, PNRC, Absolute Bottled
Water, Cellcom World Tacloban, GTZ DRM, Catholic Women’s
League, CNDR, An Waray Tacloban
Media – ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilia, GMA Kapuso Foundation, DX5RAN
and DX2AAA, Radnet 5 Tacloban

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 The MDRRMC Saint Bernard provided coffins and embalming fees to the bereaved
families

Region XI
 PDRRMC Lanao del Norte provided 590 family packs to affected families in Tubod
consisting of 5 kgs. rice, 5 pcs. noodles, 5 tins sardines, 1 mat and 1 cooking pot per
pack and MDRRMC Lala also provided 424 family packs to the families consisting of 4.5
kgs. rice, 3 pcs. noodles and 3 tins sardines

CARAGA
 PDRRMCs Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Dinagat Islands and Agusan del Sur and
CDRRMCs Surigao City and Butuan City convened and discussed updates on effects of
flooding and landslides, preparation for the projected increase of rainfall in the next
succeeding days and preventive measures undertaken

III. AREAS DECLARED UNDER A STATE OF CALAMITY

CARAGA

 Surigao del Sur – thru SP Resolution No. 193 series 2011 dated January 04, 2011
 Agusan del Norte
 Butuan City – thru SP Resolution No 004-2011 dated January 05, 2011
 Agusan del Sur – thru SP Resolution 185 series 2011 dated January 5, 2011
 Bunawan – thru SP Resolution No. 001 series 2011 dated January 03, 2011
 Esperanza – thru SP Resolution No. 001-2011 dated January 03, 2011
 San Francisco – thru SP Resolution No. 001 series 2011 dated January 03, 2011
 Sibagat – thru SP Resolution No. 01-11 series 2011 dated January 03, 2011
 Surigao del Norte – thru SP Resolution No. 03 series 2011 dated January 03, 2011
 Surigao City – thru SP Resolution No.05-2011 series 2011 dated January 04, 2011

Region XI

 Talaingod, Compostela Valley


 Sto Tomas, Compostela Valley

Region V

 - Albay Province

IV. NEEDS AND REQUIREMENTS

Immediate (short-term)

Saint Bernard, Southern Leyte

 Specific Needs - Cash assistance to purchase other local relief commodities;


canned goods; mosquito nets; sleeping mats m blankets, soap (bath and
detergent); trash bags; medicines; portalets and potable water

Note: (Immediate short term needs were referred to appropriate agencies)

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Assistance for Long-Term Needs

 Acquisition of lots for relocation sites and construction of housing


 Mitigation projects – construction of river control dikes, riprapping, dredging of canals
 Rehabilitation – construction of access roads, drainage facilities and water works
system

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SitRep No. 24 Tab A
Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-end of a Cold Front
in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM
Summary of Emergency Incidents Monitored
1. Floodings /Flashfloods
Region IV-B – Palawan (Brgys El Vita and Paraca, Narra)
Region V – Albay (Various barangays in Jovellar, Daraga, Camalig, Malinao,
Polangui, Libon and Tiwi) and Sorsogon (Castilla)
Region VIII – Eastern Samar upstream barangays in Oras, Maslog, Can-avid,
Dolores, Jipapad and Taft);
Leyte –Tacloban City
Western Samar (Brgy Fatima, Hinabangan;
Southern Leyte (Brgys Tambis 1 and 2, Mahayahay, San Isidro,
Sug-angon, Ayahag, Nueva Esperanza, Catmon, Malibago, Ma.
Asuncion, Panian, Himbangan, Magbagacay and Himatagon
Poblacion in Saint Bernard)
Region X – Lanao del Norte (Tubod, Baroy and Lala)
Region XI – Compostela Valley- Monkayo (2 Brgys); Compostela (3 Brgys); New
Bataan (3 brgys); Montevista (2 Brgys); and Nabunturan (1 brgy);
Davao Oriental - Boston (2 Brgys) and Manay (1brgy);
Davao del Sur -Sta Maria (3 brgys); and
Davao del Norte – Asuncion (13 brgys), Kapalong (6 brgys), Sto
Tomas (11 brgys), Tagum City (3 brgys), Talaingod (3 brgys), New
Corella (2 brgys) and Braulio Dujali (3 brgys)
Flood waters in all affected areas have already subsided. Hence, all
evacuees have returned to their respective homes, except those
whose houses were totally damaged
CARAGA – Surigao City, Surigao del Sur, Agusan del Norte & Agusan del
Sur
ARMM – Maguindanao -16 barangays 13 in Talayan and 3 in Datu Anggal
Midtimbang
2. Landslides
Region V – Albay - Manito, Sto. Domingo, Malilipot and Bacacay
Region VIII – Leyte - Artemio Mate Avenue, Tacloban City;
Western Samar- Brgy. San Rafael, - Hinabangan; Brgys
Southern Leyte–Brgy Bolodbolod, Mahayag, and Brgys Malinao,
Tabontabon, Lepanto and Hindag-an, Saint Bernard
Region XI – Compostela Valley-Brgys Mt Diwata and San Jose, Monkayo and
Brgys Cambagang and Poblacion, Maragusan
CARAGA – Surigao del Sur, Surigao City, Dinagat Islands, Agusan del Sur
and Agusan del Sur (Prosperidad)

3. Sea Mishap
Region V – Sail/row boat (Sibid-Sibid) capsized within the vicinity of San Pablo,
Virac, Catanduanes due to strong waves with one fishermen
reported missing identified as Patricio Adronial Pergrino, Jr., 56 years
old of Brgy Sta. Cruz
4. Storm Surge
Region X - Misamis Occidental - A storm surge occurred in Ozamiz City,
with 3 barangays affected
SitRep No. 24 Tab B

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA, and ARMM
AFFECTED POPULATION
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM

No. of TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT


Region/Province/ AFFECTED Inside Evacuation Centers Outside Evacuation Centers
Evac (Inside + Outside)
Mun/City
Centers
Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons

GRAND TOTAL 1,073 213,264 1,120,685 80 3,923 17,102 40,517 213,172 44,440 230,274
REGION IV-B (MIMAROPA) 5 289 1,302 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
PALAWAN 5 289 1,302 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
NARRA 5 289 1,302 0 0

REGION V (BICOL REGION) 174 37,514 191,777 26 1,663 7,500 2,369 12,122 4,032 19,622
ALBAY 133 36,740 187,940 23 1,390 6,233 2,369 12,122 3,759 18,355
BACACAY 2 331 1,703 75 395 75 395
CAMALIG 16 4,015 20,752 0 0
DARAGA 17 5,433 25,211 0 0
JOVELLAR 4 385 1,996 257 1,542 257 1,542
LEGAZPI CITY 23 5,701 29,654 4 172 860 172 860
LIBON 22 1,813 9,456 1,897 9,485 1,897 9,485
MALILIPOT 8 3,299 17,158 6 290 1,234 290 1,234
MALINAO 12 502 2,612 0 0
MANITO 11 3,122 16,358 9 493 2,633 140 700 633 3,333
POLANGUI 842 4,379 0 0
RAPU-RAPU 6,488 33,741 0 0
SANTO DOMINGO (LIBOG) 5 1,768 9,099 4 435 1,506 435 1,506
TABACO 2 1,397 7,271 0 0
TIWI 11 1,644 8,550 0 0
SORSOGON 41 774 3,837 3 273 1,267 - - 273 1,267
BULAN 1 17 54 0 0
CASIGURAN 1 60 300 0 0
CASTILLA 29 0 0
JUBAN 7 665 3,325 3 273 1,267 273 1,267
MAGALLANES 1 20 100 0 0
PRIETO DIAZ 2 12 58
REGION VII (CENTRAL
1 200 1,000 - - - 2 10 2 10
VISAYAS)
CEBU 1 200 1,000 0 - - 2 10 2 10
CEBU CITY 1 200 1,000 2 10 2 10
REGION VIII (EASTERN
288 35,463 185,675 31 821 3,762 33,483 177,327 34,304 181,089
VISAYAS)
EASTERN SAMAR 121 6,813 34,001 1 7 35 6,557 32,721 6,564 32,756
BALANGKAYAN 5 117 533 117 533 117 533
CAN-AVID 18 305 1,525 305 1,525 305 1,525
DOLORES 12 377 1,885 377 1,885 377 1,885
JIPAPAD 13 1,967 9,835 1,967 9,835 1,967 9,835
MASLOG 12 1,130 5,650 1 7 35 874 4,370 881 4,405
ORAS 17 1,561 7,805 1,561 7,805 1,561 7,805
SALCEDO 28 0 0
SAN JULIAN 1 21 93 21 93 21 93
TAFT 15 1,335 6,675 1,335 6,675 1,335 6,675
NORTHERN SAMAR 141 26,917 144,537 0 - - 26,917 144,537 26,917 144,537
BOBON 10 2,429 11,023 2,429 11,023 2,429 11,023
CATARMAN 30 1,845 10,136 1,845 10,136 1,845 10,136
LAVEZARES 16 3,667 18,335 3,667 18,335 3,667 18,335
MONDRAGON 24 6,729 40,098 6,729 40,098 6,729 40,098
PAMBUJAN 26 3,710 22,260 3,710 22,260 3,710 22,260
SAN ISIDRO 15 4,188 20,940 4,188 20,940 4,188 20,940
SAN JOSE 16 3,600 18,000 3,600 18,000 3,600 18,000
SAN ROQUE 4 749 3,745 749 3,745 749 3,745
SOUTHERN LEYTE 26 1,733 7,137 30 814 3,727 9 69 823 3,796
BONTOC 4 50 248 3 34 162 6 48 40 210
HINUNANGAN 9 45
SAINT BERNARD 7 1,373 5,699 25 631 2,764 - 631 2,764
SOGOD 13 300 1,140 2 149 801 2 16 151 817
TOMAS OPPUS 1 1 5 1 5 1 5
REGION X (NORTHERN
28 3,664 18,160 14 1,142 4,334 230 1,352 1,372 5,686
MINDANAO)
LANAO DEL NORTE 20 2,761 13,130 14 1,142 4,334 230 1,352 1,372 5,686
BAROY 2 675 2,700 3 19 76 24 96 43 172
LALA 9 998 4,990 5 540 2,160 135 972 675 3,132
TUBOD 9 1,088 5,440 6 583 2,098 71 284 654 2,382
MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL 8 903 5,030 - - - - - -
OROQUIETA CITY 14 70 0 0
OZAMIS CITY 3 856 4,787 0 0
ALORAN 1 2 11
JIMENEZ 2 12 60
PANAON 1 10 57
SINACABAN 1 9 45

REGION XI (DAVAO REGION) 59 21,610 108,827 4 255 1,296 - - 255 1,296


COMPOSTELA VALLEY 32 698 3,229 4 255 1,296 0 0 255 1,296
COMPOSTELA 10 110 472 1 69 417 69 417
MARAGUSAN (SAN MARIANO) 2 0 0
MONKAYO 11 506 2,360 2 164 782 164 782
MONTEVISTA 5 60 300 0 0
NABUNTURAN 1 22 97 1 22 97 22 97
NEW BATAAN 3 0 0
DAVAO DEL NORTE 19 5,976 29,835 0 - - - - - -
ASUNCION (SAUG) 1,800 9,000 0 0
BRAULIO E. DUJALI 3 300 1,500 0 0
CARMEN 473 2,365 0 0
No. of TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT
Region/Province/ AFFECTED Inside Evacuation Centers Outside Evacuation Centers
Evac (Inside + Outside)
Mun/City
Centers
Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons
KAPALONG 2 304 1,520 0 0
SANTO TOMAS 11 1,549 7,745 0 0
TAGUM CITY 3 1,550 7,705 0 0
DAVAO DEL SUR 3 2,130 10,650 0 - - - - - -
SANTA MARIA 3 2,130 10,650 0 0
DAVAO ORIENTAL 5 12,806 65,113 0 - - - - - -
BOSTON 3 3,566 17,830 0 0
CARAGA 8,161 40,805 0 0
MANAY 1 4 20 0 0
TARRAGONA 1 1,075 6,458 0 0

REGION XIII (CARAGA) 502 112,096 601,804 5 42 210 4,433 22,361 4,475 22,571

AGUSAN DEL NORTE 97 26,162 133,422 1 16 80 0 0 16 80


BUENAVISTA 8 1,907 9,535 0 0
BUTUAN CITY 63 17,565 90,280 1 16 80 16 80
JABONGA 592 3,117 0 0
LAS NIEVES 13 3,200 16,000 0 0
MAGALLANES 891 4,455 0 0
REMEDIOS T. ROMUALDEZ 5 1,865 9,325 0 0
SANTIAGO 8 142 710
AGUSAN DEL SUR 196 47,811 238,159 4 26 130 450 2,250 476 2,380
BAYUGAN 23 4,202 21,010 0 0
BUNAWAN 10 4,798 19,165 0 0
ESPERANZA 28 7,516 44,537 0 0
LA PAZ 15 4,702 24,638 0 0
LORETO 9 2,536 12,680 0 0
PROSPERIDAD 23 8,953 44,698 2 16 80 450 2,250 466 2,330
ROSARIO 11 2,769 13,845 0 0
SAN FRANCISCO 17 4,192 17,483 0 0
SAN LUIS 9 840 4,545 2 10 50 10 50
SANTA JOSEFA 11 691 3,455 0 0
SIBAGAT 14 564 2,832 0 0
TALACOGON 7 785 3,036 0 0
TRENTO 5 901 4,425 0 0
VERUELA 14 4,362 21,810 0 0
SURIGAO DEL NORTE 85 7,265 38,090 - - - 18 90 18 90
BURGOS 4 93 513 18 90 18 90
GIGAQUIT 7 1,506 12,516
MAINIT 8 502 2,510
MALIMONO 14 432 2,049 0 0
PLACER 11 532 3,116 0 0
SAN FRANCISCO (ANAO-AON) 4 30 180 0 0
SANTA MONICA (SAPAO) 11 408 2,290 0 0
SURIGAO CITY 5 184 920
TAGANA-AN 14 3,385 13,031 0 0
TUBOD 7 193 965
SURIGAO DEL SUR 124 30,858 192,133 0 0 0 3,965 20,021 3,965 20,021
BAROBO 14 2,737 16,422 135 675 135 675
BAYABAS 2 312 1,038 0 0
BISLIG 9 6,732 40,392 3,830 19,346 3,830 19,346
CAGWAIT 3 714 16,304 0 0
CANTILAN 3 2,941 12,675 0 0
CARMEN 3 344 2,064 0 0
CARRASCAL 4 803 4,818 0 0
CORTES 1 1 6 0 0
HINATUAN 2 290 1,743 0 0
LANUZA 5 619 3,714 0 0
LIANGA 4 960 5,760 0 0
LINGIG 9 27 162 0 0
MADRID 6 618 3,708 0 0
MARIHATAG 9 1,760 10,560 0 0
SAN AGUSTIN 4 97 1,369 0 0
SAN MIGUEL 18 3,538 21,228 0 0
TAGBINA 10 1,737 10,422 0 0
TAGO 9 3,481 20,866 0 0
TANDAG 9 3,147 18,882 0 0

ARMM 16 2,428 12,140 0 - - - - - -

MAGUINDANAO 16 2,428 12,140 0 - - - - - -


DATU ANGGAL MIDTIMBANG 3 590 2,950 0 0
TALAYAN 13 1,838 9,190 0 0

AFFECTED AREAS
REGIONS 8
PROVINCES 21
CITIES 10
MUNICIPALITIES 124
BARANGAYS 1,073
SitRep No. 24 Tab C

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
CASUALTIES
As of 09 January 2011, 06:00 AM

REGION/PROVINCE/
Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks
MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY

GRAND TOTAL 33 DEAD


REGION V 4
Albay 1 Dadap, Antonio 50 Manito, Albay Drowning
1 Dadap, Lolita 80 Manito, Albay Drowning
Sorsogon 1 Knight Gambit Alenia*** 8 Macabog, Sorsogon City Drowning
Legazpi City 1 Abrigo. Maricris 21 Mariawa, Legazpi City Drowning
REGION VIII 5
Southern Leyte 1 Discaryal, Fatima 5 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Discaryal, Rodel 1 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Lakipon, Jomar 7 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Montederamos, Recabel 10 Brgy. Maanyag, Tomas Oppus, Southern Leyte Drowning
1 Pelaez, Patrick 11 Brgy. Pancho, Villa Sogod, Southern Leyte Drowning
REGION X 1
Lanao del Norte 1 Telostina, Christine 6 Brgy. Lower Sagadan, Baroy, Lanao del Norte Drowning

REGION XI 3
Compostela Valley 1 Porras, Apolinaria 58 Mt. Diwata, Monkayo, Compostela Valley Drowning
Davao del Sur 1 Jonas D. Caan 25 Brgy. Pongpong, Sta. Maria Drowning
Davao del Norte 1 Eserio F. Daniel 47 Brgy. Bobongon, Sto. Tomas Drowning
CARAGA 20
Agusan del Norte 1 Dioscoro Albiro 17 Brgy. Maibu, Butuan City Buried alive due to landslide
1 Shielo Carrido 40 Brgy. Maibu, Butuan City Buried alive due to landslide
1 Francisco Eclipse Tablon 70 Sitio Sabang Brgy. Magsaysay Jabongan Drowning
Surigao del Norte 1 Roberto Dalangin 35 Brgy. Camilan, Tubod, Surigao del Norte Drowning due to strong current
1 Lorna Alutaya 27 Camboayon,Bacuag, Surigao del Norte Drowning
1 Angelo Arniba Siega*** 5 Nueva St., Surigao City Drowning
Surigao del Sur 1 Maxuell Tajonera 48 Brgy. Aras-asan, Cagwait Drowning
1 Roberto Paradaña Rebasora 50 Brgy. Tabon, Mangagoy, Bislig City Drowning
1 Ramil Lamigo Bobiles 36 Brgy. Tina, San Miguel Drowning
1 Rustico Lamigo Pacaldo 38 Brgy. Mat-e, Cagwait Drowning
Agusan del Sur 1 Manuel Madelo 28 Brgy. Patin-ay, Prosperidad, Agusan Del Sur Electrocuted
1 Dondie Carl Bolante 6 P-2 Brgy. Magsaysay, Prosperidad Drowned due to strong current
1 Michael Rodrigo Otero 12 Purok 4, Libertad, Bunawan Electrocuted
1 Junmark Lara Castro 23 Sitio Caniyugan, Bayugan Drowning
1 Felicitas Mabras Macuno 65 Brgy. Salvador, Properidad Drowning
1 Roselyn Buhayang Porras 16 Brgy. Salvador, Properidad Drowning
1 Ceasar Alisna Aquilan 50 Brgy. Tagoyango, Sibagat Drowning
1 Armando E. Batilaran 70 Brgy. Caimpugan, San Francisco Drowning
1 Bryl Jake Mondejar 1 Don Alejandro, San Luis Drowning
1 Melwin Gonzales*** 23 P-5 Sta. Irene Bayugan Drowning

GRAND TOTAL 8 INJURED


REGION VIII 8
Southern Leyte 1 Lakipon, Cherry 40 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Lakipon, Elvira 30 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Lakipon, Jerry 10 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Lakipon, Jimboy 6 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Napuli, Aida 49 Brgy. Bolodbolod, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Rowen Libres*** 23 Sogod, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 Stephanie Libres*** 2 Sogod, Southern Leyte Landslide
1 PO3 noel Talisic*** Libagon, Southern Leyte Landslide

GRAND TOTAL 9 MISSING


REGION V 6
Catanduanes 1 Patricio Adronial Peregrino*** 56 Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Virac, Catanduanes

1 Rannie Villar*** Brgy. Cagdarao, Panganiban, Catanduanes


SitRep No. 24 Tab C

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
CASUALTIES
As of 09 January 2011, 06:00 AM

REGION/PROVINCE/
Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks
MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY

1 Ricky Villar*** Brgy. Cagdarao, Panganiban, Catanduanes

1 Joseph Soledad*** Brgy. Cagdarao, Panganiban, Catanduanes

1 Litoy Soledad*** Brgy. Cagdarao, Panganiban, Catanduanes

1 Jerry Soledad*** Brgy. Cagdarao, Panganiban, Catanduanes


CARAGA 3
Agusan del Sur 1 Bartolome Rabonque*** 57 Brgy. Balubo, Esperanza Swept by high water level of Ojot River

1 Alberto Paradaña Rebasora*** 50 Brgy. Tabon, Mangagoy, Bislig City Swept by high water level of Ojot River

1 Ronnie B. Jupson*** 19 P-3 Mandagao Poblacion Bunawan Drowning

*** for verification of DOH


Sitrep No. 24 Tab D

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-end of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
DAMAGED HOUSES
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM

REGION Province/Municipality
DAMAGED HOUSES
TOTALLY PARTIALLY

GRAND TOTAL 440


171 269
IV-B 11 0
Palawan 11 0
Narra 11
VII 1
Cebu
Cebu City
Kalunasan 1
VIII 19 27
Southern Leyte 12 17
Bontoc
Ginsaagan 2 4
St. Bernand 4 2
Sogod 6 11
Eastern Samar 7 10
Can-avid 3
Balangkayan 6
Taft 3
Maslog 4 1
X 25 55
Lanao del Norte 16 27
Baroy 5 8
Lower Sagadan 1
Upper Sagadan 3 7
Raw-an 1 1
Tubod 11 19
Bulod 2
Pigcaragan 8 7
Poblacion 3 1
Kakai Renabor 9
Misamis Occidental 9 28
Aloran 2
Lobogon 2
Jimenez 16
Butuay 3
Tabo-o 9
Panaon 6 4
Punta 6 4
Sinacaban 1 8

Libertad Bajo 1 8
XI 26 51
Compostella Valley 4 9
Monkayo
Mt. Diwata 4 9
Sitrep No. 24 Tab D

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-end of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
DAMAGED HOUSES
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM

REGION Province/Municipality
DAMAGED HOUSES
TOTALLY PARTIALLY
Davao Oriental 22 42
Boston 17
440 42
Tarragona 2
Manay 3
CARAGA 89 136
Agusan del Norte 0 3
Jabonga 3
Agusan del Sur 64 56
Prosperidad 49 36
Rosario 9
San Francisco 4 4
Sibagat 4 4
Talacogon 4
Veruela 3 3
Surigao del Norte 2 49
Burgos 2
Placer 1 29
Sta. Monica 1 17
Taganaan 1
Surigao del Sur 23 28
Borobo 4 1
Carrascal 9 11
Cortez 1
San Agustin 10 15
SitRep No. 24 Tab E
Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
COST OF DAMAGES
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM
INFRASTRUCTURE AGRICULTURE
TOTAL COST
SCHOOLS CROPS (Rice and Corn) LIVESTOCKS FISHERIES FACILITIES/ Private (Infrastructure +
Region/Province/City/Municipality HVCC (Mango,
ROADS/BRIDGES/ INFRASTRUCTURE/ Property
OTHER STRUCTURES No. of
Banana, Papaya,
EQUIPMENT
Agriculture + Private
Type of
Schools AMOUNT (Schools)
Type of Crops
Estimated Peso Value Estimated Peso Value
Vegetables) Project/ Estimated Peso Value Property)
/ Livestocks DAMAGED
Damaged Species
GRAND TOTAL 573,587,271.00 173,777,688.19 31,300.00 747,396,259.19
TOTAL 545,437,271.00 - 28,150,000.00 - 134,848,185.10 2,144,930.00 17,182,873.09 - 19,601,700.00 - 31,300.00
REGION V 68,900,000.00 - - - 14,886,270.10 - 2,522,080.09 - - - - 86,308,350.19
ALBAY 7,800,000.00 13,379,295.10 2,522,080.09 23,701,375.19
Sto. Domingo -
Camalig -
Manito -
Malilipot -
Oas -
Malinao -
Polangui -
-
CAMARINES SUR 61,000,000.00 61,000,000.00
-
SORSOGON 100,000.00 1,506,975.00 1,606,975.00
-
REGION VII - - - - - - - - - - 20,000.00 20,000.00
CEBU
Cebu City -
Brgy. Calunasan - - - 20,000.00 20,000.00
REGION VIII 93,287,500.00 - - - 46,230,053.00 - - - - - - 139,517,553.00
SOUTHERN LEYTE
St. Bernard 11,852,500.00 11,599,200.00 23,451,700.00
Sogod 561,499.00 561,499.00
Hinaduyan 400,000.00 400,000.00
Bontoc 412,900.00 412,900.00
Hinunangan 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00
Libagon 1,925,000.00 43,097.00 1,968,097.00
Maasin City 18,000.00 18,000.00
Macrohan 88,530.00 88,530.00
Liloan 163,650.00 163,650.00
Silago 165,980.00 165,980.00
-
LEYTE 1,773,945.00 1,773,945.00
-
NORTHERN SAMAR 252,252.00 252,252.00
-
EASTERN SAMAR 14,875,500.00 14,875,500.00
Can-avid 11,000,000.00 1,174,000.00 12,174,000.00
Dolores 9,000,000.00 2,875,000.00 11,875,000.00
Jipapad 3,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 5,000,000.00
Taft 12,750,000.00 3,500,000.00 16,250,000.00
Oras 8,000,000.00 4,137,000.00 12,137,000.00
Maslog 3,760,000.00 1,189,500.00 4,949,500.00
San Julian 10,500,000.00 10,500,000.00
Slacedo 21,500,000.00 21,500,000.00
REGION X 155,000.00 - - - 2,311,680.00 338,220.00 - - 828,700.00 - 11,300.00 3,644,900.00
LANAO DEL NORTE
Tubod -
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SitRep No. 24 Tab E
Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
COST OF DAMAGES
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM
INFRASTRUCTURE AGRICULTURE
TOTAL COST
SCHOOLS CROPS (Rice and Corn) LIVESTOCKS FISHERIES FACILITIES/ Private (Infrastructure +
Region/Province/City/Municipality HVCC (Mango,
ROADS/BRIDGES/ INFRASTRUCTURE/ Property
OTHER STRUCTURES No. of
Banana, Papaya,
EQUIPMENT
Agriculture + Private
Type of
Schools AMOUNT (Schools)
Type of Crops
Estimated Peso Value Estimated Peso Value
Vegetables) Project/ Estimated Peso Value Property)
/ Livestocks DAMAGED
Damaged Species
Baris 573,587,271.00 1,080,600.00 47,000.00173,777,688.19 1,127,600.00
Bulod 19,000.00 30,000.00 49,000.00
Dalama 332,440.00 332,440.00
Kakai-Renabor 93,000.00 120,500.00 10,000.00 223,500.00
Palao 248,300.00 5,000.00 253,300.00
Poblacion 150,000.00 123,520.00 800.00 274,320.00
Gravel Base Road 25,000.00 25,000.00
Seawall Dike 15,000.00 15,000.00
Seawall Dike 65,000.00 65,000.00
Earth Scour 50,000.00 50,000.00
Pigcarangan 208,500.00 27,500.00 496,500.00 500.00 733,000.00
Pualas 81,400.00 15,700.00 97,100.00
San Antonio 98,440.00 4,000.00 102,440.00
Tangueguiron 297,200.00 297,200.00
REGION XI 27,910,000.00 - - - - 90,000.00 - - 2,048,000.00 - - 30,048,000.00
DAVAO DEL NORTE 25,210,000.00 90,000.00 2,048,000.00 27,348,000.00
DAVAO DEL SUR 2,700,000.00 2,700,000.00
CARAGA 355,184,771.00 - 28,150,000.00 - 71,420,182.00 1,716,710.00 14,660,793.00 - 16,725,000.00 - - 487,857,456.00
AGUSAN DEL SUR 78,856,353.00 36,502,636.00 1,581,420.00 8,304,968.00 1,206,200.00 126,451,577.00
San Francisco - Bahi Road (Km
-
1310+000)
Butuan - Talacogon - La Paz
Road (Km 1366+000 - Km -
1368+000 La Paz Section)
Butuan - Talacogon - La Paz
Road (Km 1372+750 - 1372+770) -
Butuan - Talacogon - La Paz
Road (Km 1384+700 - Km -
1384+800 Waloe Section)
Butuan - Talacogon - La Paz
Road (Km 1374+000 - 1376+027) -
Butuan - Talacogon - La Paz
Road (Km 1368+000 - 1369+000 -
La Paz)
Esperanza -
Prosperidad -
Rosario -
San Francisco -
Sibagat -
Sta. Josefa -
Talacogon -
Trento -
Veruala -
AGUSAN DEL NORTE 172,915,263.00 26,710,146.00 135,290.00 1,004,750.00 200,765,449.00
Buenavista 0 - 0 - - - - -
Butuan City -
Jabonga -
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SitRep No. 24 Tab E
Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
COST OF DAMAGES
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM
INFRASTRUCTURE AGRICULTURE
TOTAL COST
SCHOOLS CROPS (Rice and Corn) LIVESTOCKS FISHERIES FACILITIES/ Private (Infrastructure +
Region/Province/City/Municipality HVCC (Mango,
ROADS/BRIDGES/ INFRASTRUCTURE/ Property
OTHER STRUCTURES No. of
Banana, Papaya,
EQUIPMENT
Agriculture + Private
Type of
Schools AMOUNT (Schools)
Type of Crops
Estimated Peso Value Estimated Peso Value
Vegetables) Project/ Estimated Peso Value Property)
/ Livestocks DAMAGED
Damaged Species
Kitcharo 573,587,271.00 173,777,688.19 -
Magallanes -
Nasipit -
RTR -
Cabadbaran -
Las Nieves -
SURIGAO DEL NORTE 72,513,155.00 28,150,000.00 5,145,000.00 5,343,375.00 111,151,530.00
Alegria - - - -
Bacuag -
Burgos -
Claver -
Dapa -
Del Carmen -
Gen. Luna -
Gigaquit -
Mainit -
Malimono -
Pilar -
Placer -
San Benito -
San Francisco -
San Isidro -
Sison -
Sta. Monica -
Socorro -
Tagana-an -
Tubod -
Surigao City -
SURIGAO DEL SUR 30,650,000.00 2,893,200.00 15,349,600.00 48,892,800.00
Payasn - Los Arcos Road (Km
-
1392+000 - Km 1397+000)
Gamut - San Miguel Road (Hubo -
Cagpangi Section and Tina - -
Magroyong Section) -
Surigao - Davao Coastal Road
-
(Cagmino Section)
Barobo -
Bayabas -
Carmen -
Cortes -
Lanuza -
Madrid -
San Agustin -
Tago -
Tandag -
Bislig City -
DINAGAT ISLAND 250,000.00 169,200.00 7,700.00 169,200.00 596,100.00
Basilisa -
-
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SitRep No. 24 Tab F

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
Cost of Assistance
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM

Region/Province/
DSWD DOH DepEd LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL
City/Municipality

GRAND TOTAL 2,911,290.65 1,920,858.44 - 6,807,158.33 120,474.00 11,759,781.42


REGION IV-B - - - 45,000.00 24,000.00 69,000.00
Palawan - - - 45,000.00 24,000.00 69,000.00
Narra 45,000.00 24,000.00 69,000.00
REGION V 453,320.65 1,344,862.00 - 243,207.00 - 2,041,389.65
CHD V 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00
DOH-HEMS 344,862.00 344,862.00
Albay 453,320.65 - - 206,125.00 - 659,445.65
PSWDO 371,270.65 371,270.65
Jovellar 12,000.00 12,000.00
Manito 120,000.00 120,000.00
Malilipot 20,000.00 20,000.00
Sto. Domingo 54,125.00 54,125.00
Legazpi City 82,050.00 82,050.00

Sorsogon - - - 37,082.00 - 37,082.00


Juban 36,582.00 36,582.00
Casiguran 500.00 500.00

REGION VIII 570,080.00 - - 905,635.00 65,274.00 1,540,989.00


Southern Leyte 220,080.00 - - 105,635.00 65,274.00 390,989.00
Sogod 81,600.00 30,800.00 112,400.00
Bontoc 28,450.00 28,450.00
St. Bernard 138,480.00 46,385.00 65,274.00 250,139.00

Eastern Samar 350,000.00 - - 800,000.00 - 1,150,000.00


Jipapad 175,000.00 700,000.00 875,000.00
Maslog 175,000.00 175,000.00
Taft 100,000.00 100,000.00
0.00
REGION X - 50,000.00 - - - 50,000.00
CHD X 50,000.00 50,000.00
Lanao del Norte - - - - - -
Lala 0.00
Baroy 0.00
Tubod 0.00

REGION XI - - - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00


Compostela Valley - - - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
Monkayo 0.00
Nabunturan 5,000.00 5,000.00
Montevista 0.00
Compostela 0.00
Davao Oriental - - - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
Manay 5,000.00 5,000.00
0.00
Davao del Sur - - - 80,000.00 - 80,000.00
Sta. Maria 80,000.00 80,000.00
0.00
CARAGA REGION 1,887,890.00 525,996.44 - 5,523,316.33 31,200.00 7,968,402.77
CHD Northern Mindanao 525,996.44 525,996.44
Agusan del Norte 71,120.00 - - 1,035,569.00 22,000.00 1,128,689.00
Remedios R. Romualdez 200,283.00 200,283.00
Las Nieves 500,000.00 500,000.00
Butuan City 71,120.00 113,750.00 184,870.00
Magallanes 221,536.00 22,000.00 243,536.00
0.00
Agusan del Sur 1,318,930.00 - - 3,090,267.33 - 4,409,197.33
San Francisco 341,030.00 341,030.00
Prosperidad 284,480.00 754,750.00 1,039,230.00
Sibagat 142,240.00 86,612.00 228,852.00
Esperanza 1,041,836.00 1,041,836.00
Rosario 124,460.00 620,000.00 744,460.00
Loreto 92,000.00 92,000.00
Sta. Josefa 14,310.00 14,310.00
Bunawan 426,720.00 480,759.33 907,479.33
0.00
Surigao del Norte 497,840.00 - - 18,100.00 9,200.00 525,140.00
Surigao City 18,100.00 9,200.00 27,300.00
Gigaquit 248,920.00 248,920.00

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SitRep No. 24 Tab F

Effects of Continuous Rains Due to Tail-End of a Cold Front in Regions IV-B, V, VII, VIII, X, XI, CARAGA and ARMM
Cost of Assistance
As of 09 January 2011, 6:00 AM

Region/Province/
DSWD DOH DepEd LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL
City/Municipality
Taganaan 248,920.00 248,920.00
Surigao del Sur - - - 1,379,380.00 - 1,379,380.00
Barobo 370,880.00 370,880.00
Tagbina 290,000.00 290,000.00
San Agustin 18,500.00 18,500.00
Bislig City 700,000.00 - 700,000.00

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