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Prepared by: IVO ALLAN C. TY LGOO V/MLGOO and the CITY DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT OFFICE Calbayog City
MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT COUNCIL Municipality of Almagro Province of Samar
heat waves and flooding in many parts of the world. and in the restoration of essential public activities and facilities. Mitigation. The National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) has outlined the Philippine Disaster Management Framework which covers the areas of Preparedness. Preparedness . Measures may include insuring persons and property. hurricanes. Response . planning. It also includes the construction of infrastructure designed to prevent disaster from occurring i. . equipping. Rehabilitation . hazard mapping and public information and education initiatives. flood-control drainage. Mitigation . such as.e. land use planning and zoning. stockpiling. Our country is one of the most disaster-prone in the world.concerted effort to provide emergency assistance or relief to persons who are victims of disasters or calamities. but not limited to. It includes the timely receipt and rapid dissemination of warnings to threatened communities/populations and immediate notification and mobilization of response units. training. community organizing. The Philippines because of its location and its being an archipelago is vulnerable to climate change. Climate change has also resulted in the increased incidence of La Nina and El Nino phenomena. fire lanes etc. Response and Rehabilitation. formulating and enforcing safety regulations.Pre-disaster actions and measures being undertaken to avert or minimize loss of lives and properties. Over the past several years we have seen increased number and intensity of extreme weather such as typhoons.measures/programs aimed to minimize the impact of a natural or a man-made hazard on a community in terms of casualties and damages.the process by which the affected communities/areas or damaged public infrastructures are restored to their normal level or their actual condition prior to the occurrence of the disaster or calamity. The National Disaster Coordinating Council recorded 523 disasters with total cost of damage of Php 150.071 Billion or some 37 disasters on the average annually. and building and fire codes.DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK Climate change is one of the most immediate and pressing concerns facing the world today.
They are interested to protect themselves from the damage and harm through community based disaster preparedness and mitigation. of national or local proportion. differently-abled. The key elements of CBDM are as follows: People Participation Priority to vulnerable groups.Community Based Disaster Management As early as 2002 the Philippine Disaster Management Forum has emerged to advocate the concept of Community Based Disaster Management (CBDM). families and people in the community (elderly. it is the people at the community or village level who suffer most its adverse effects. The concept of CBDM is anchored on the understanding that whether a disaster is major or minor. They use coping and survival strategies to face and respond to the situation long before outside help fromNGOs or the government arrives. women and children) Risk reduction measures are community-specific The aim is to reduce risk by increasing capacities Link disaster reduction with development Outsiders have supporting and facilitating roles .
The first module introduces participants to the basics concepts of disaster risk management. The orientation also aims to develop a pool of trainors that will train members of Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction Management Councils in the preparation of their own Disaster Preparedness Plans. risks. Define disaster risk reduction and management concepts such as disaster. and developing Disaster Preparedness Plans.TRAINING DESCRIPTION The Basic Orientation on Disaster Management is a 2-day live-out activity designed to develop the competencies of the members of the newly organized Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in conducting community-based disaster management including risk and vulnerability assessment. as a group. Be able to formulate a Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan . Workshops are conducted on the second day applying the concepts learned during the lectures and the final output is a draft Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan (MDRRMP). LEARNING OBJECTIVES General Objectives To develop competencies of the members of the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMC) in conducting disaster risk and vulnerability assessments and in preparing the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan (MDRRMP). Understand and discuss the disaster management cycle and its importance to the security of families and the community. Have the skills needed to gather data for a comprehensive picture of the hazards. The training consists of two modules of lectures and a workshop. c. vulnerabilities and capacities present in their localities. Specific Objectives At the end of the orientation the members of the MDRRMC must be able to: a. hazards. d. The second module is a discussion on the disaster management cycle and participatory disaster risk assessment using the Vulnerabilities and Capacities Assessment tools (VCA). vulnerabilities and capacities b.
.. Introduction to Participatory Disaster Risk Assessment using the Vulnerabilites and Capacities Assessment (VCA) Tools: Tool 1 ± Historical Profile Tool 2 ± Hazard Severity Ranking Tool 3 ± Seasonal Calendar Tool 4 ± Local Coping Mechanisms Tool 5 ± Institutional and Social Network Analysis Tool 6 ± Hazards Mapping/Geographic Positioning System (GPS) WORKSHOP a..««. SB Committee on Finance and Appropriation«. Training Team from the CDRRMO..«. communities & environment MODULE II a. Chairman. Introduction to Disaster Risk Management concepts b. Hazards: their effects to families.. Calbayog City«««««««.... Chairman. Members of the MDRRMC««««««««««««««««. Punong Barangays of poblacion barangays««««««.5 --------34 ====== . SB Committee on Laws and Public Safety««««««.2 e. Preparing the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan PARTICIPANTS a.... Chairman.COURSE CONTENT MODULE I a.... SB Committee on Environmental Protection«««. SB Committee on Social Welfare«««««..9 c.«««««.. Understanding Disaster Management (Disaster Management Cycle) b.««««1 g.14 b.1 e.1 f.««««. Training Secretariat«««««««««««.«««. Chairman.«1 d.
00 Honorarium for Secretariat (Php 500.000.000 x 2) 4.00 ------------Php 41. spot maps. 3.000.000.00 ======= Prepared by: Approved by: IVO ALLAN C. Materials and Supplies«««««««««««. 2011. These trainors will facilitate the preparation of the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plans in the barangay levels.TRAINING METHODOLOGIES Lectures. 1.. The training will utilize GPS equipment. It is also expected that a draft MDRRM Plan would have been formulated. TRAINING OUTPUT At the end of the two day training it is expected that a pool of trainors will be created.Php 25.00 Training Kits.00 x 2)««««««««. cadastral maps.««««««.. PRUDENCIADO Municipal Mayor/Chairman-MDRRMC . 8. and ecological profiles. Workshops will be used to apply the VCA tools during risk assessment and during the preparation of the MDRRM Plan.000. Lectures will be employed to teach the theoretical part of the training. Almagro from Tuesday to Wednesday.00 Honorarium for Speakers ( Php 1. Brgy Poblacion.00 x 8)««««««««. demonstrations and workshops shall be the primary methods. TY LGOO V/MLGOO Member-MDRRMC HON. KATHLEEN S.00 Honorarium for Training Manager and MDRRMO (Php 2. February 8-9.000.000. VENUE and SCHEDULE The training will be held at the Sangguniang Bayan Session Hall. FINANCIAL BUDGET Food ( 34 pax x 2 meals/snacks)«««««««.000. Demonstration will be used to teach Geographic Positioning System.
Framework for Community Based Disaster Management Mitigation .Codes -Zoning Preparedness -Organizing -Education/training -Stockpiling -Equipping - People Participation Priority to the vulnerable community-specific increase capacities to reduce risks Link disaster reduction with development Outsiders have supporting & facilitating roles Rehabilitation -Reconstruction -Normaliztion of social & economic activities Response -Early warning -Mobilization and deployment of response teams AT RISK COMMUNITIES RESILIENT COMMUNITIES .Land use planning .
M. REYNALDO S. Samar. Greetings! The Municipality of Almagro thru the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMC) will be conducting the ³Basic Orientation / Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction and Management from February 8-9. It is my pleasure to invite your MDRRMO. City Mayor Calbayog City Sir. 2011 at Almagro. I am hoping for your favorable response to this humble request.D. KATHLEEN S. Samar .Republic of the Philippines Province of Samar MUNICIPALITY OF ALMAGRO January 21. 2011 HON. Uswag Almagro! Very truly yours. Estanislao Cortado and his staff to facilitate the said activity. HON. PRUDENCIADO Municipal Mayor Almagro. UY.
Province of Samar. landslides and the on-going La Nina phenomenon which has resulted to continuous torrential rains. WHEREAS. City. WHERAS. City. building the resilience of local communities to disasters. responding to. WHEREAS. and Municipal Disaster Coordinating Councils shall henceforth be known as the Provincial. and Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Councils.´ WHEREAS. Section 11 of RA 10121 otherwise known as 'Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010 mandates that ³existing Provincial.´ NOW THEREFORE. _______ Series of 2011 AN ORDER CREATING THE MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT COUNCIL (MDRRMC) AND DISIGNATING THE MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT OFFICER (MDRRMO) WHERAS. Municipal Mayor of the Municipality of Almagro. Section 12 of RA 10121 mandates that ³there shall be established an LDRRMO in every province. city and municipality. strengthening the country¶s institutional capacity. PRUDENCIADO. do hereby create the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMC) and designate the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officer (MDRRMO). climate change has brought about the need to strengthen the capacities of LGUs and communities in mitigating and preparing for. Almagro is an island municipality and is vulnerable to the impacts of climate change such as typhoons. to wit: . by virtue of the powers vested in me by law. it is the duty of the state to uphold the people¶s constitutional right to life and property. I. and recovering from the impact of disasters.Republic of the Philippines Province of Samar MUNICIPALITY OF ALMAGRO -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. KATHLEEN S.
Chairman. JR. COMPOSITION. ONREJAS President. Liga ng mga Barangay REYNALDO V. SANTIAGO P. PAUL SANTIAGO OIC-MHO MERVYN O. CARPON Municipal Engineer FERNANDO COLLAMAT Municipal Budget Officer MONICO JAO Dep-Ed Representative P/SI ZALDY CAGAMPANG PNP-Chief of Police IVO ALLAN C. Committee on Laws and Public Safety HON. PRUDENCIADO Municipal Mayor ENGR. The MDRRMC shall be composed of the following: Chairman: HON. DOCALLOS Municipal Agriculturist ENGR. KATHLEEN S. DAMIAN V.Section 1. CABAHUG Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator HON. JACKSON Municipal Social Welfare & Development Officer DR. TY DILG-MLGOO Members: . EMMANUEL D. JANE J. MATADOS. TOMAMAK Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Officer CHONA M.
regional and provincial framework. monitor and evaluate the implementation of the Municipal Disaster Riks Reduction and Management Plan (MDRRMP)and regularly review and test the plan consistent with other national and local planning programs. and (4) Convene the local couneil once every three (3) months or as necessary. (5) Operate a multi-hazard early warning system. (2) Ensure the integration of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation into local development plans. program. (3) Recommend the implementation of forced or preemptive evacuation of local residents. (3) Consolidate local disaster nsk information which includes natural hazards. (6) Formulate and implement a comprehensive and integrated MDRRMP in accordance with the national. Section 3.Section 2. and policies on disaster risk reduction in close coordination with the local development councils (LDCs). particularly radio. through diverse mass media. and coordinate disaster risk reduction and management activities consistent with the National Council's standards and guidelines. and technologies for communication within rural communities. if necessary. . linked to disaster risk reduction to provide accurate and timely advice to national or local emergency response organizations and to the general public. Tomamak is hereby designated as the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officer Section 4. Pursuant to RA 10121 the MDRRMC shall have the following functions: (1) Approve. and climate change risks. landline communications. and other regular funding source/s and budgetary support of the MDRRMO. FUNCTIONS. the proposed programming of the LDRRMF. (7) Prepare and submit to the local sanggunian through the MDRRMC and the LDC the annual LDRRMO Plan and budget. vulnerabilities. MDRRMO: Reynaldo V. (2) Facilitate and support risk assessments and contingency planning activities at the local level. (4) Organize and conduct training. orientation. and maintain a local risk map. programs and budgets as a strategy in sustainable development and poverty reduction. Responsibilities of the MDRRMO: Pursuant to RA 10121 the MDRRMO shall be primarily responsible for: (1) Design. and knowledge management activities on disaster risk reduction and management at the local level. other dedicated disaster risk reduction and management resources.
directories. PRUDENCIADO Municipal Mayor . This order shall take effect immediately. ensuring that humanitarian aid workers are equipped with basic skills. feed and care for their babies and give support to each other. assess and manage the hazards. private groups and organized volunteers. CSOs. (16) Respond to and manage the adverse effects of emergencies and carry out recovery activities in the affected area. and volunteer groups. (12) Maintain a database of human resource. train. provide. to utilize their facilities and resources for the protection and preservation of life and properties during emergencies in accordance with existing policies and procedures. equipment. CSOs. (l1) Identify and implement cost-effective risk reduction measures/strategies. (13) Develop. their nature. Done this _______ day of January 2011 at the Municipality of Almagro.(8) Conduct continuous disaster monitoring and mobilize instrumentalities and entities of the LGUs. or arrange the provision of. shelter and medical supplies for women and children. early warning signs and counter-measures. strengthen and operationalize mechanisms for partnership or networking with the private sector. (14) Take all necessary steps on a continuing basis to maintain. suitably-trained and competent personnel for effective civil defense and disaster risk reduction and management in its area. and location of critical infrastructures and their capacities such as hospitals and evacuation centers. (10) Disseminate information and raise public awareness about those hazards. equip and supervise the local emergency response teams and the ACDV s. vulnerabilities and risks. EFFECTIVITY. KATHLEEN S. (9) Identify. (15) Organize. or to otherwise make available. Section 5. ensuring that there is an efficient mechanism for immediate delivery of food. vulnerabilities and risks that may occur in their locality. Samar HON. (17) Within its area. endeavor to create a special place where internally-displaced mothers can find help with breastfeeding. effects. (18) Serve as the secretariat and executive arm of the MDRRMC. promote and raise public awareness of and compliance with this Act and legislative provisions relevant to the purpose of this Act.
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