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Title: Mayon Volcano 2009


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Mayon Volcano 2009
  • ALBAY PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
    OFFICE

Albay Governor Joey Sarte Salceda December 21,
2009
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Chronology of Events
  • September 2006 - Reverted to Alert Level 1
    (progressively downgraded from Level 4 in
    July 4, 2006) and maintained since then up
    to July 2009
  • August 10, 2008 - Alert Level 1
    (Minor Mild Explosion)
  • July 10, 2009 - Alert Level 2
  • (Due to continued state of unrest
  • which could lead to Ash Explosion or
  • eventual Hazardous Magmatic Eruption)
  • November 11-12, 2009 - Alert level 2
  • ( 4 ash explosions )
  • (MV remained Inflated, above normal SO2
    level, visible crater glow, seismic
    activity)
  • - 1,900 families evacuated
  • December 14, 2009 - Alert Level 3
  • (800 PM) ( 5 series of ash explosion
    and lava flow , increase SO2 and seismic
    activities)

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Potential Impacts
Effects Threatened Areas (6 km r PDZ only) Counter Measure Impact
Lava Flow Legazpi Daraga Sto. Domingo Distance Life threatening. Destructive to Structures, agriculture.
Pyroclastic Flow Areas Around Mayon Volcano Evacuation Outside Danger Zone Life threatening. Highly destructive to properties.
Ash Fall First/part of 2nd Dist (SE wind) Third/part of 2nd Dist (NE wind) Damped cloth Health hazard and destructive to houses , fisheries, and agriculture.
Lahar River Channels during weather disturbances Evacuation to higher ground Life threatening. Highly destructive to properties, structures and agriculture.
Bush Fire Bushy Areas Distance/ Evacuation Life threatening. Destructive to forest, agriculture and properties
Tephra Fall Within 3-4 km radius Distance/ Evacuation Non-destructive
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Eruption Damage
Year Amount Descriptions

2000 P 204 M Agri/Infra/Housing/Fishery
2001 301 M Agri/Infra/Housing/Fishery
2006 505 M Agri/Infra/Housing/Fishery
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The Main Objective
  • ZERO
  • CASUALTY

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Threatened Population involving 3 Cities and 5
Municipalities 9,946 at Alert 4
  • To be evacuated at Alert Level 3
  • Population inside the 6 km r PDH
  • Families 2,728
  • Persons 12,803
  • Barangays involved 20
  • To be evacuated at Alert Level 4
  • Population in the 6 to 8-km Extended High Danger
    Zone (Around MV)
  • Families 7,218
  • Persons 34,482
  • Barangays involved 25
  • To be evacuated at Alert Level 4
  • Population in the 8 to 10 km High Danger Risk
    Zone (SE Quadrant)
  • Families 16,232
  • Persons 72,858
  • Barangays involved 26
  • Grand Total of Population to be evacuated
  • Families 26,178
  • Persons 120,143
  • Barangays involved 56

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SUMMARY OF EVACUATION DATA
DATE TOTAL FAMILIES EVACUATED REMARKS
November 12, 2009 1938 Alert raised to Level 2
November 13, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 14, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 15, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 16, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 17, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 18, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 19, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 20, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 21, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 22, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 23, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 24, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 25, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 26, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 27, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 28, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 29, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
November 30, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 1, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 2, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 3, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 4, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 5, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 6, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 7, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 8, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 9, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 10, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 11, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 12, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 13, 2009 1938 Alert Level 2
December 14, 2009 1938 Alert raised to Level 3
December 15, 2009 2611 Alert Level 3
December 16, 2009 6220 Alert Level 3
December 17, 2009 6993 Alert Level 3
December 18, 2009 8080 Alert Level 3
TOTAL NO. EVACUEES MAN DAYS 87,858
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Preparedness Measures Undertaken
  • July 7, 2009 - Issued PDCC Advisory 1
  • Off limits at the 7Km Extended Danger Zone at
    the SE Quadrant of Mayon Volcano
  • Prohibiting Mountain Climbing and other Tourism
    Promotion Activities inside the declared DZ
  • Prohibiting Farming and Orchid gathering inside
    the declared DZ
  • July 10, 2009
  • Released of PDCC Advisory No. 2 Reiterating
    Advisory Strict Enforcement of PHIVOLCS
    recommendation.
  • Activation of all C/MDCCs concerned
  • Conduct of PDCC Emergency Meeting
  • Review and Update of Existing local warning and
    evacuation plan by barangays
  • Review and Update of Contingency Plans by PDCC
    member agencies ( Transportation, Logistics and
    Finance, Security, Relief, Evacuation, WASHN,
    etc)

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  • July 12, 2009
  • - Prepositioned Emergency Evacuation Vehicles
    (AFP-JTFM, PEO, DPWH, C/MDCC, etc)
  • July 13, 2009
  • - Set up checkpoints in all entry point to the
    DZ (AFP-Joint Task Force Mayon)
  • August 6, 2009
  • Conducted hazard awareness campaign for BDCCs
    around Mayon Volcano
  • August 14, 2009
  • - SPA declaration of State of Imminent Disaster
    of Barangays, Cities and Municipalities around MV

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  • August 20, 2009
  • - Purchased and Distribution of Early Warning
  • Equipments to barangays around MV
  • (Mountain Bikes Whistle, Transistor
  • Radio, Megaphones, Medical Kits,
  • Public Address System)
  • August 22, 2009
  • PDCC Executive Committee Meeting due to
  • state unrest of MV and a possible Lava Dome
    collapse.

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  • August 27- September 15, 2009
  • - Conducted Preemptive Health Risk Assessment of
    all population at risk around the declared danger
    zones of MV
  • 3 Cities and 5 Municipalities
  • 7,758 patients assessed and treated

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Preparedness Measures Undertaken
  • Deped Identified and prepared safe evacuation
    centers
  • gender sensitive and rights based with water
    supply, community kitchen, electricity and other
    amenities.
  • Construction of permanent evac centers in schools
    (Camalig, Guinobatan and Daraga)
  • Apsemo targetting of evacuation
  • review of master list of population at risk
  • Sustained social preparations and community
    mobilization through barangay assemblies and
    pulong-pulongs
  • PSWDO Prepositioned relief assistance
  • Renewed MOA between PGA and NFA to ensure initial
    allocation of 10,000 15,000 bags of rice in
    case of evacuation.
  • OCD-RDCC Maintained closed coordination with
    PDCC and facilitated the release of fund from NCF
    for POL of evacuation vehicles.
  • AFP / PNP - Activated Joint Task Force Mayon to
    spearhead evacuation of vulnerable populations in
    July 2009
  • Up to 54 trucks and other land, air and water
    military / police assets ready since July 2009
  • Established check points in strategic areas
    around MV to deter residents from entering the
    declared PDZ.
  • PNRC On stand-by response team
  • DPWH- Allocated engineering teams and trucks for
    evacuation.
  • Media- maintained closed coordination with PDCC
    for issuance of emergency advisories to the
    public.

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FROM STATE OF PREPAREDNESS TO A STATE OF RESPONSE
  • Activated Provincial Disaster Operation Center
    24/7
  • Declared the Entire province of Albay under the
    State of Calamity effective 3 PM, Dec 17, 2009.
  • Placed the 8-km radius High Risk Zone under State
    of 24-hour curfew which can only be lifted once
    Mayon Volcano Alert Level status is lowered down
    to 2 by PHIVOLCS.
  • Evacuated population from the 8 km-r High Risk
    Zone
  • JTFM (AFP) checkpoints, patrols around Mayon
    Volcano to secure the area
  • Coordination with CHR (provided mobility with Gov
    car) for enforcement of enforced evacuation and
    24-hour curfew
  • Maintain close coordination with PHIVOLCS
  • Organized AHEM station in each evacuation center
  • Maintains harmonious media relations for support
    on public information, advisories and community
    warning.

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Operating Guidelines
  • Official warning only from PHIVOLCS
  • PDOC is the nerve center of operational
    coordination and instructions.
  • Official PDCC reports are those signed by the
    PDCC Chairman
  • Logistics and supports coordinated with the PDCC
    Secretariat
  • Lead agencies to work on mandated task. (ie.
    Relief-PSWDO, Transport-AFP-JTFM, Security-PNP,
    Evacuation-DepEd etc.)
  • PDCC thru APSEMO to coordinate with LGUs
  • RDCC thru OCD5 to coordinate with NGAs
  • OCD-APSEMO coordination must be maintained.
  • NGOs to be coordinated by the PDOC thru NGO
    Assistance Desk.

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PDCC Operational Structure
CHAIRMAN
VICE-CHAIRMAN
S E C R E T A R I A T E
Post-Disaster Phase
Disaster Phase
Pre-Disaster Phase
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
APSEMO
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
APSEMO
APSEMO
APSEMO
APSEMO
APSEMO
APSEMO
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
C/MDCC
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
C/MDCC
C/MDCC
C/MDCC
C/MDCC
C/MDCC
C/MDCC
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
NGAs
BDCC
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
BDCC
BDCC
BDCC
BDCC
BDCC
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
PAGASA
PAGASA
PAGASA
PAGASA
PAGASA
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
RELIGIOUS
MEDIA
MEDIA
MEDIA
MEDIA
MEDIA
MEDIA
MEDIA
MEDIA
MEDIA
PHIVOLCS
PHIVOLCS
PHIVOLCS
PHIVOLCS
MEDIA
Intl. Org.
Intl. Org.
Intl. Org.
Intl. Org.
MEDIA
MEDIA
MEDIA
Intl. Org.
Intl. NGOs
NGOs
NGOs
APSEMO Secretariat
Albay Mabuhay Task Force Secretariat
APSEMO Secretariat
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Division of Labor and Shared Responsibilities
  • BDCCs
  • BDCCs assist the PDCC and local DCCs on the
    following
  • Mobilization of evacuation procedures
  • Security in the community and evacuation centers
    (barangay tanods)
  • Monitoring of health and sanitation conditions.
  • C/MDCCs-
  • Direct supervision and control in Camp Management
    of their respective evac centers.
  • Non-rice food items (NRFI)
  • PDCC-
  • Provides support to local DCCs requirements
    beyond their financial capacity
  • Manage response clusters
  • Given provincial goal of zero casualty, P5kg rice
    per day per family, transportation support via
    AFP / PNP / PEO, WASH support through PHO, AHEM,
    DOH

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Organizational Structure of PDCC Secretariat
(Apsemo)
Provl. Govt. Dept. Head
Asst. Provl. Govt. Dept. Head
Medical Emergency Services Division
Research Documentation Statistics Division
Road Safety Division
Information Training Division
Planning Operations Division
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Capacities
  • Provincial Disaster Operation Center as the nerve
    center of coordination, planning, and actions
  • Communication system established in all cities
    and municipalities province-wide
  • 54 Emergency Evacuation Camps established
  • Data bank
  • AECID water purifying equipment (30,000 liters
    per hour) on stand-b y
  • More than 50 units of vehicles from the AFP and
    LGUs
  • Medics and Paramedics in action in each evac
    center

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CLUSTER APPROACH TO RESPONSE STRATEGY
Evacuation and Camp Management
Cluster Lead - Apsemo Members
- DepEd, PNP, PEO, DPWH, AFP
PGSO, OCD, PNRC,
INGOs/NGOs Security Cluster Lead -
PNP Members - AFP, DepEd, Apsemo,
INGO/NGOs Logistics Cluster Lead - APSEMO
/ PGSO Members - OCD, PNRC,
PIA, PNP, AFP, DPWH, PEO, RESCUE ORGS.,
NTC, ALECO, BJMP,BFP, DOTC, PCG, DBM, DOF,
RADIO GRPS, GFIs, ATO, PPA,
INGOs/NGOs
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Water, Health, Sanitation Cluster Lead-
PHO Members - PEO, BFP, DOH, PNRC,
Water
Districts, INGOs/NGOs, NNC EMB Joint
Psycho-Social Care Cluster Cluster Lead -
BRTTH (Dr. Rivera), Members - DSWD, PSWDO,
PHO, PEO, World Vision, PNRC, SAC,
Save the Children, etc. Food Security,
Livelihood and Economic Opportunities
Cluster Lead - PAS PCDO Members
- DTI, DOST, PSWDO, DTI
TESDA, NEDA, BFAR, PCA, FIDA,
NFA, NIA, PAFC, PCIC, DAR, DSWD, DA,
DOLE, CDA, INGOs/NGOs Education Cluster
Lead - DepEd / PED Members -
PSWDO, PHO, PNP, CHED, TESDA,
INGO/NGOs
Cluster Lead and Members
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WASHN
  • Repair of 57 comfort rooms
  • Installation of 24 portalets
  • Repair of all faucets
  • LCWD restored normal supply of water to Lgp evac
    centers
  • LWUA sends 4 water tank lorries (first arrived
    12/17) free water from LWCD and fuel from
    Apsemo, 1,000 liters capacity, 10 mins to refill
    and discharge
  • 5 units of fire trucks (up to 16) regular
    delivery by BFP water for bathing and washing
  • 24 drums installed (10 more available)
  • Water purifier with capacity of 30,000 liters
    ready

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Health Interventions
  • Preemptive healthcare (medical missions in all 56
    bgys) since Aug 2009
  • Rapid Health Assessment System now everyday from
    every two days
  • AHEM health station posted 24/7 in every evac
    center permanent presence in evac centers and
    feedback / update to PDOC
  • Regular periodic inspection / medical action in
    evac centers by composite medical team (BRTTH and
    provincial hospitals)
  • Hospitals in Code Blue
  • All evacuees provided PHIC

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Education
  • 25 school camps currently used but 45 prepared
  • Total 24,536 -10,424 elementary pupils displaced
    (only Banadero is HS in the area) as evacuees and
    14,112 by host evacuation center (permanent evac
    in Daraga, Guinobatan)
  • 600 tents needed 100 tents being sourced from
    Unicef, 50 from DSWD, 6 tents already installed
    as temporary classrooms (3 PNP, 3 Province)
  • Deped ready with shifting and scheduling strategy
    to zero out displacement

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Agri Aspects Livestock Evacuation
  • Evacuation center set up in Cabangan Albay
    Breeding Station (DA RFU V) and Paraputo Facility
    (Province)
  • More expensive maintenance per head
  • 2,000 cattle and 2,000 carabaos
  • P11m needed in 47 days operation
  • Agri-rehab fund ready at P15m from DA plus two
    tractors

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Psychosocial Care
  • Evacuation resistance heightened by Christmas
    season despite incentive
  • Three reasons- (1) firewood (2) farms (3)
    personal
  • Conjugal rooms snubbed
  • Agri seminars being started at East Washington
    Drive Elem School (Bgy. Matanag)
  • Some local NGOs doing some feeding programs for
    children
  • Psychosocial Care cluster first to be organized
  • Soft- parlor games, movie showing, arts, sports,
    prayer meetings, singing contests etc etc.
  • Hard- livelihood programs, agri technology
    extension, health seminars, credit seminars

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NEEDS at 47 days / Alert 4

Rice 43,000 bags OCD / WFP
Non-rice food items (direct support to LGUs) P47m DSWD / Province
Blankets 10,000 DSWD 5,000
Bed Mats 10,000 DSWD 5,000
Water Jugs10,000 Unicef 2,000 DSWD 5,000
Medicines P9.8m DOH P3m Unicef- assorted
Tents 600 Unicef 100, DSWD 50
Armchairs 24,500 P6.2m No pledges
Operating Cash P44.9 Livestock evacuation P11m Health emergency personnel P3.2m Fuel P3.8m Psychosocial P20.4m including noche buena/media noche Miscellaneous P1.98m Portalet rentals P1.974m Repairs P2.5m PGMA, CF of P19.4m World Vision
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NEEDS at 92 days / Alert 4

Rice 88,000 bags OCD / WFP
Non-rice food (direct support to LGUs) P92m DSWD, INGOs, NGOs
Blankets 10,000 DSWD 5,000
Bed Mats 10,000 DSWD 5,000
Water Jugs10,000 Unicef 2,000 DSWD 5,000
Medicines P18.5m DOH P3m Unicef- assorted
Tents 600 Unicef 100, DSWD 50
Armchairs 24,500 P6.2m No pledges
Operating Cash P77.9 Livestock evacuation P21m Health emergency personnel P6.1m Fuel P6.8m Psychosocial P33.8m including noche buena/media noche Miscellaneous P3.91m Portalet rentals P3.8m Repairs P2.5m PGMA, CF of P19.4m World Vision
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Assessment Missions / Inquiries
  • UN-OCHA (actual visit, regularly provided info)
  • USAID (actual visit with PNRC)
  • AECID (actual visit)
  • IOM (actual visit)
  • Oxfam (indication to host donor conference,
    regularly provided information)
  • FAO (indications)
  • WFP (indications)
  • World Vision (actual visit)
  • Plan International (actual visit)

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Donations Received
DATE DONOR UNIT DESCRIPTION QTY AMOUNT
12/16/09 DSWD Boxes Noodles _at_ 24 cups/box 413 P158,592.00
Boxes Biscuit _at_12 pax/box 88 P47,520.00
Packs Family Food Packs 2000 P359,644.00
Cases Bottled Water 264 P52,800.00
12/18/09 LWUA Truck (First of 4) Water Delivery Truck 1 (1000 ltrs)
DENR Cash P150,000.00
DOH 50,000 Face Masks 500,000
12/19/09 DSWD
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Donations in Transit as of Dec 18, 2009
DATE DONOR UNIT DESCRIPTION AMOUNT REMARKS
12/16/09 NDCC 1 Sch. Bldg. Repair of Bagumbayan Evac Center P450,000 Proposal submission to NDCC thru OCD5
12/17/09 UNICEF 7880 Family Water Kit
986 Community Water Kit
100 Tents For UNICEF Assessment
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Unicef Assistance
  • 788 water kits good for 10 families each
    consisting of collapsible water containers,
    buckets, soap and water purification tablets
  • Water Kits - (good for 10 families each)
  • Water cont, PVC/PE, 10l, collaps., w/o logo
  • Bucket, HDPE,with lid, 14 litre
  • Soap,toilet,bar,approx. 110g, wrapped
  • Water purif. (NaDCC) 33mg tabs/PAC-50
  • 986 local water kits good for one family each
    containing a 20 liter water container, pail, soap
    , aquatabs and communication materials on hygiene
  •  Water Kits - (good for 1 family each)
  • 1 each water container 20 liters with faucet
  • 1 each plastic pail 14 liters cap. With cover
  • 6 each wash soap x 110 g
  • 25 tabs of aquatabs 67 mg/tab
  • communication materials - aqua tab use and
    hygiene promotion
  • Through DOH Region V which will send most of
    their allocation to your Province.
  • Amoxicillin 250mg caps/tabs/PAC-1000
  • Fe (as fum.)folic 600.4mg tab/PAC -1000
  • IEHK2006,kit,basic,unit

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Others
  • Joint NDCC-UN-IASC Mayon Humanitarian Conference
  • 21 December 4pm at OCD, Camp Aguinaldo
  • UNICEF, UNDP, WFP, UN-OCHA, UN-HABITAT,FAO, IFRC
  • DSWD, DOH, DTI, DOST, Phivolcs, AFP, PNP, BFP,
    PIA, PCG, PNR

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  • Rice supplied to LGUs good till Dec. 22
  • Cost of Relief Support from the Province of Albay
    since July (Alert Level 1) to date P17.9M
    (including purchase of noche buena and media
    noche)

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Recommendations
  • Near Term
  • Cluster approach being operationalized early at
    the start of response to enable integration of
    effort among LGUs, NGAs and NGOs
  • Albay PDOC as the hub of Actions and the center
    of coordination.
  • Base case scenario is 47 days at Alert 4.
  • Food Security Ensure available, adequate and
    appropriate support of RICE (province) and
    NRFI (direct to LGUs) for at least 2 months to
    prevent liquidity gap if 47 days evacuation is
    extended.
  • WASHN Medical missions to sustain health and
    sanitation support to the safe evacuation centers
  • Psychosocial Care Next to health, psychosocial
    care is 2nd imperative given duration
    (protracted) and timing (Christmas/New Year) and
    nature of hazard (volcanic eruption)

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Recommendations
  • Medium Term
  • Maintain Clusters during the Disaster Response
    into Recovery and Rehab Phases.
  • Agriculture rehab is key recovery intervention.
  • LGU-supervised, CSO-assisted, beneficiary-led
    model procurement and implementation for recovery
    programs
  • Long Term
  • Buy out of farm lands inside the danger zones
  • Relocation of families from the 6-7 km radius PDZ
    and HRZ
  • Recent Reming relocation reduced Alert 3
    evacuation from 13,750 to 9,946!

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It takes a village to keep people safe
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Dios Mabalos Po
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PARTIAL EVACUATION REPORT MAYON 2009 PARTIAL EVACUATION REPORT MAYON 2009 PARTIAL EVACUATION REPORT MAYON 2009 PARTIAL EVACUATION REPORT MAYON 2009 PARTIAL EVACUATION REPORT MAYON 2009 PARTIAL EVACUATION REPORT MAYON 2009
as of December 18, 2009 400PM as of December 18, 2009 400PM as of December 18, 2009 400PM as of December 18, 2009 400PM as of December 18, 2009 400PM as of December 18, 2009 400PM
    POPULATION POPULATION EVACUATION CENTER EVACUATION CENTER
CITY/MUNICIPALITY BARANGAY FAMILIES PERSONS NAME LOCATION (Brgy)
1. Camalig Quirangay 633 2,747 Bariw E/S Bariw
  Sua 331 1,429 Baligang E/S Baligang
Cabangan 152 687 Cabangan E/S Cabangan
  Tumpa 294 1,353 Baligang E/S Baligang
  Salugan 170 754 Camalig Natl H/S Poblacion Camalig
  Anoling 221 916 FVR R/S Tagaytay
Sub Total 6 1,801 7,886 5  
           
2. Daraga Banadero 489 1,823 Anislag R/S Anislag
  Alcala 596 2,356 Daraga North C/S Bagumbayan
  -do- 51 153 Anislag R/S Anislag
  Matnog 256 1,500 Anislag R/S Anislag
  -do- 230 1,129 Daraga H/S Centro Daraga
Sub Total 3 1,622 6,961 3  
           
3. Legazpi City Mabinit 354 1,840 San Roque E/S San Roque
  Matanag 406 2,111 Albay Central School East Washington Drive
  Buyuan 838 4,357 Bagumbayan C/S Bagumbayan
  Bonga 744 3,868 Gogon C/S Gogon
Padang 81 421 Albay C/S East Washington Drive
Sub Total 5 2,423 12,597 4  
           
           
4. Tabaco City Magapo 189 912 San Antonio E/S San Antonio
  Buhian 13 40 Bantayan E/S Bantayan
  Bonot 18 72 San Antonio H/S San Antonio
  Oson 43 202 -do- -do-
  Comon 121 543 Tabaco N H/S  
  Mariroc-Nagsipi 193 898 Tabaco NW E/S  
  San Isidro 21 103 San Antonio E/S  
  Various Barangays 168 967 Res. Houses  
  Buang 113 531 Mayon E/S Mayon
Sub Total 8 879 4,268 6  
           
5. Malilipot Calbayog 545 2,406 San Jose E/S San Jose
  San Roque 40 153 Malilipot C/S Centro Malilipot
  Canaway 134 620 Malilipot C/S -do-
Sub Total 3 719 3,179 2  
           
6. Sto. Domingo Lidong 18 62 Bical Natl H/S Bical
  Sta Misericordia 75 331 San Andres R/S  
  Fidel Surtida 100 436 -do-  
Sub Total 3 193 829 2  
           
7. Ligao Baligang 278 1,935 Amtic H/S Amtic
Sub Total 1 278 1,935 1  
           
8. Guinobatan Maninila 349 1,665 AECID Evac Center Travesia
Sub Total 1 349 1,665 1  
           
TOTAL 30 8,264 39,320 24  
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Assistance in Transit
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Medical Team Ferried by PCG Philstar
WFP establishing warehouse Lt Darwin Nieva
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