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  • III. EFFECTS:

    A. AFFECTED POPULATION (TAB A)

    As of 6:00 AM, 25 December 2012, a total of 711,682 families / 6,243,998 persons in 3,064 Barangays / 318 municipalities / 40 cities / 34 provinces of Regions IV-B, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, CARAGA and ARMM were affected.

    The total number of population currently served inside and outside the evacuation centers is 226,497 families / 973,207 persons.

    INSIDE 87 ECs 3,011 families/13,940 persons OUTSIDE ECs 223,486 families/959,267 persons

    B. CASUALTIES (TAB B)

    No updates were recorded as of 6:00 AM, 25 December 2012.

    CASUALTIES NUMBER Previous Update Increase DEAD 1067 - 1067

    IDENTIFIED 725 - 725 UNIDENTIFIED 342 - 342

    INJURED 2,666 - 2,666 MISSING 834 - 834

    C. DAMAGED HOUSES (TAB C)

    A total of 216,817 damaged houses were reported in Regions I, IV-B, VI, VII, X, XI, XII, ARMM and CARAGA. Of which 127,151 were partially damaged while 89,666 were totally damaged

    D. COST OF DAMAGES (TAB D)

    The estimated cost of damages to properties is PHP36,949,230,987.07: infrastructure PHP7,565,044,810.00; agriculture PHP26,526,663,474.07; private properties PHP2,857,522,703.00

    E. STATUS OF LIFELINES (TAB E)

    Nine (9) bridges and three (3) roads are currently not passable Twenty-nine (29) areas are still experiencing power interruption Areas in the eastern coast of Davao Oriental: Cateel, Boston, Caraga, Baganga are still

    having interrupted communication lines Six (6) areas in CARAGA and ARMM are still experiencing water disruptions

    F. DECLARATION OF STATE OF CALAMITY (TAB F)

    The President declared the State of National Calamity thru Proclamation No. 522, dated December 7, 2012 in the following area: Provinces (8): Siquijor, Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental, Compostella Valley,

    Davao Oriental, Cotabato, Surigao del Sur and Agusan del Sur - through Sangguniang Panglalawigan Resolutions

    Municipalities (44): eight (8) in Palawan, one (1) in Cebu, eight (8) in Lanao del Norte, nine (9) in Misamis Oriental, two (2) in Misamis Occidental, three (3) in Davao Oriental, five (5) in Davao del Norte, seven (7) in Agusan del Sur, one (1) in Cotabato - through Sangguniang Bayan Resolutions

    Cities (3): Gingoog City and Cagayan de Oro City in Misamis Oriental and Bislig City in Surigao del Sur - through Sangguniang Panglungsod Resolutions

    IV. EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGEMENT

    A. Meetings Conducted

    Emergency Meeting re Preparedness Measures for Typhoon "BOPHA" was held at the NDRRMC Operations Center on 02 December 2012 at 2:00 PM. It was attended by OCD, PAGASA, DILG, DOH, DSWD, AFP, PNP, PIA, BFP, PCG, PRC and MMDA

    NDRRMC conducted Meeting to Provide Inputs and Actions Taken on the President's Directives on the Effects of TY "PABLO" held at the NDRRMC Operations Center at

  • 9:00 AM on 17 December 2012, attended by OCD-Training, OCD-OPNS, DepEd, BFP, PCG, DILG, DOH, PNP, PAGASA, AFPCC, PRC, DOH-HEMS, PCG, DSWD, DPWH and PHIVOLCS.

    Chairperson, NDRRMC and SND Voltaire T. Gazmin with Exec. Dir., NDRRMC and CDA Usec. Benito T. Ramos met with Mr. Sanny Jegillos of UNDP regarding the assistance from UNDP to TY "PABLO" affected communities.

    DOH conducted Briefing of Response Team from the other Regions for deployment to Compostela, Monkayo and New Bataan and a meeting with the new partner from Australia that will provide assistance in water quality monitoring.

    DOH WASH Team conducted cluster meeting with UNICEF, ADRA, Phils., CRS, World Vision, ACF, WHO, PRC, HRC/OXFAM).

    RDRRMC ARMM held an Emergency/Special Meeting at ORG, ARMM re preparations for TY "PABLO"

    OCD XI attended the Joint Shelter Cluster Meeting regarding shelter concerns held at Seminar Hall DSWD XI Davao City and attended orientation of cluster approach in collaboration with UN-OCHA participated by Joint Cluster Goods & NGOs at Seminar Hall, DSWD XI

    B. Search and Rescue (SAR) and Evacuation Operations

    SAR operations were concerted efforts of PCG, AFP (NOLCOM, WESTCOM, CENTCOM, WESTMINCOM, EASTMINCOM, PAF and NAVFORSOL), BFP and PNP with a total of 164,331 families/702,746 persons evacuated to the designated evacuation centers established in various affected areas and outside evacuation areas (relatives and friends) and with 134 persons rescued

    Below are assets from AFP, PNP, PCG, and BFP deployed to Davao Provinces, Negros Oriental, Compostela Valley, Surigao and Agusan Provinces for SAR operations

    Personnel 1,475 Vehicles 11 Aircrafts 11 Seacrafts 11 Other Assets 1,503

    MMDA MMDA Rescue Team assisted MDRRMC New Bataan in the Search and Rescue as

    well as retrieval operations in Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental. PRC PRC Response/First Aid Management helped in the evacuation of individuals in the

    different affected areas NBI NBI Forensic experts were dispatched to severely affected areas for the conduct of

    DNA Examination particularly to those unidentified victims PCG Task Force Maritime Search and Rescue SarGen is continuously conducting search

    and rescue operations for the remaining missing fishermen PCG-manned BFAR Patrol Boat MCS-3005 rescued four (4) survivors and recovered

    one (1) dead body; BFAR Patrol Boat (MCS-3009) scoured the waters of Surigao and Mati City, Davao Oriental.

    PCG K-9 Search and Rescue dogs with handlers were deployed for SAR and retrieval operations in New Bataan, Compostela Valley, under the operational control of 10th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army

    PNP PRO 4-B - PPO Romblon provided police assistance to stranded passengers of MV

    Querubin of Montenegro Shipping Lines which was stranded in Romblon Port; PPO Palawan provided police assistance in the evacuation of 20 families from Brgy. Coron, Palawan to the Coron Gymnasium, 7 families from Brgy. San Francisco Laga, Roxas, Palawan to Roxas Gymnasium and 40 families from Arceli, Palawan. PRO 8 Abuyog Police Station, Leyte Provincial Police Office conducted SAR operations in Brgys. Bagacay, Bulak, Kikilo, San Roque and Brgy Sta. Lucia.

    PRO 9 Regional Public Safety Battalion (RPSB 9) in coordination with BFP and 14th Div Recon Coy rescued stranded villagers in Vitali District, a village near the border of Zamboanga Sibugay. Zamboanga City Police Office (ZCPO) was dispatched to Sitios

  • Tamion, Bataan, Taloptap, Tamaran, Camino Nuevo, and Miami all in Brgy. Vitali, Zamboanga City and rescued 92 affected families who were brought to their designated evacuation center in Vitali Church.

    PRO 10 Regional Public Safety Battalion (RPSB 10) conducted rescue and evacuation operation in various areas in Cagayan de Oro City utilizing 1 Patrol Hilux and other available SAR assets and assisted in the clearing of roads and highways from debris and other ruins in Brgy. Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City. RMU 10 six (6)-man SAR Team conducted search and rescue operations at Bgy. Consolacion, Cagayan de Oro City and was able to help more or less 100 residents stranded due to increasing water level at CDO River

    PRO 11 Regional Public Safety Battalion (RPSB 11) SAR Teams augmented the LDRRMC of Davao Oriental for the SAR operations. Crime Laboratory Office X1 provided 10 personnel to PPO Compostela Valley and 4 personnel to PPO Davao Oriental for disaster victim

    AFP AFP (67IB and 701st BDE) conducted SAR and retrieval operations at Boston, Davao

    Oriental. Phil. Navy stationed in Surigao del Norte retrieved three (3) fishermen from General

    Santos City in the custody of foreign vessel Reefer Calya Portese en route to Tokyo, Japan. The said fishermen were confined in CARAGA Regional Hospital.

    On 20 December 2012, troops from 66IB DRU, 72IB DRU and TG 1002nd conducted their search and retrieval operations and 525ECBn conducted clearing operation at New Bataan, Compostella Valley.

    C. RELIEF AND RECOVERY OPERATIONS

    1. CAMP COORDINATION MANAGEMENT (DSWD Lead Agency)

    DSWD Field Offices sustained mobilizing regional QRTs and SWAD teams to provide technical assistance to LGUs along with rapid assessment, disaster reporting, relief distribution, camp management, and psychosocial interventions.

    As of 25 December 2012, combined amounts of assistance from DSWD, LGUs, DOH, NGOs/INGOs and NDRRMC amounting to PHP258,832,078.16, broken down as follows:

    Agencies Cost of Assistance DSWD PHP130,514,314.30 LGUs PHP68,893,087.58 DOH PHP35,573,666.95 NGOs/Other GOs PHP20,345,302.40 NDRRMC PHP3,505,706.93

    TOTAL PHP258,832,078.16 (Details on TAB G)

    A total of 1,259 evacuation centers were activated at the height of the displacements and provided temporary shelter to 164,331 families composed of 702,746 persons. On the other hand, 253,805 families with 1.06 million persons sought shelter outside evacuation centers during the peak of the displacement. (Source: DSWD Report No. 51 Dec.21, 2012/3PM)

    Additional evacuation centers were reported thus making a total of 87 evacuation centers still operational and serving 3,011 families with 13,940 persons. On the other hand, 223,486 families with 959,267 persons are still outside temporary shelters (Source: DSWD Report No. 51 Dec.20, 2012/3PM)

    DSWD Disaster Assistance Family Access Card (DAFAC) was utilized for the master listing and profiling of displace