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A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
A T T Y  D U Q U E  L L W S  O P S  Mechanics
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A T T Y D U Q U E L L W S O P S Mechanics

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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • TS “ONDOY” (KETSANA)
    • TY “PEPENG” (PARMA)
    • TY “SANTI” (MIRINAE)
    Post-Assessment
  • 3.
    • Areas Affected: Central, Northern and
    • Southern Luzon
    • Casualties:
    • Dead – 956 person
    • Missing – 84
    • Injured – 736
    • Severely Affected Population:
    • 9.3 M out of the 43.2 M population in
    • affected regions
    • Total Estimated Damage & Losses
    • - USD 4.38 Billion
    • - Equivalent to about 2.7% of GDP
    • * PDNA Report
    • * PDNA Report
    Disaster Impact* (TS ‘Ondoy’, TY ‘Pepeng’ & TY ‘Santi’)
  • 4. Too many needs …. . . .too few resources Limited time Uncoordinated planning Leadership Prevalent Issues
  • 5.
    • NDCC has been spearheading the “whole-of-government” approach to address disasters in the country
    • Lessons have been learned from each major disaster that contribute to the continuous improvement of disaster response
    • Lessons learned workshops have been instrumental in enhancing systems, capabilities and coordination mechanisms
    • Aftermath of recent major disasters will provide an effective venue and dynamic process to once again enhance the Philippine Disaster Management System amidst a changing global environmental landscape
    • With the devastating effects left by the three tropical cyclones “Ondoy”, “Pepeng” and “Santi”, lessons learned must be captured at various levels as well as interaction with the international humanitarian community
    Rationale
  • 6. Goal
    • To further enhance the Philippine Disaster Management System amidst a changing global environmental landscape
  • 7. General Objective
    • Review the overall disaster response from preparedness response measures, resource mobilization, coordination, rapid assessment and information management based on event timelines
  • 8. Specific Objectives
    • 1. Revisit emergency preparedness and response measures at the local, regional, national and international levels;
    • 2. Identify challenges, gaps, operational needs and other concerns/issues met in preparing for and responding to the disasters;
    • 3. Determine good practices / best-fit solutions and other facilitating factors that could address identified challenges/gaps;
  • 9. Specific Objectives
    • 4. Formulate recommendations as possible inputs / reference to policy development, advocacy, response preparedness planning, implementation and evaluation, and
    • 5. Contribute in the systematic enhancement of the PDMS through alignment of plans, programs and projects
  • 10. PDMS Workshop Series
    • Part 1: Lessons Learned Workshop
    • Dec. 17-18, 2009
    • Part 2: Post-Workshop Assessment,
    • 3 rd week of January 2010
    • Part 3: Report Writing and Presentation to NDCC
    • 1 st week of February 2010
  • 11. Grouping & Thematic Areas
    • Four major groups
    • Based on four (4) thematic areas
    • - Response Preparedness Measures
    • - Emergency Response, Coordination and
    • Operations
    • - Impact Monitoring and Assessment Planning
    • - Disaster Information Management
  • 12. EXECOM Chair : CDA / Ex-O, NDCC Vice Chair : CDEXO ACDEXO / C, Opn / MA, OpRed Workshop Convenor Administrator GLENN J RABONZA Lead Facilitator Atty. P. Duque MNSA Co-Lead: Mr. S. Jegillos Theme 1 Facilitator Prof. C. Arcilla RD CAR – O. Luces Theme 2 Facilitator Mr. A. Escaño RD 4A- V. Tomazar Theme 3 Facilitator Ms. D. Lagdameo RD 1 – E. Cabrera Theme 4 Facilitator Mr. C. Dugenia RD NCR – S. Cruz Lead Documentor Ms. R. Rodriguez Ms. B. Suerte Theme 1 Documentor Mr. M. Obligado Ms. M. Marasigan Theme 2 Documentor Ms. S. Opulencia Ms. A. Ortega Theme 3 Documentor Ms. B. Rodriguez Ms. M. Marquez Theme 4 Documentor Ms. A. Rosana Ms. A. Menguilla Event Coordinator Ms. O. Basco Secretariat Ms. P. Enriquez Info Kit & Venue Prep Mr. E. Estioko Budget & Finance Ms. R Doma ICT Support Services Mr. A. Lorenzo WORKSHOP MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE
  • 13.
    • Plenary Presentation
    • Sharing of Experiences
    • TOP
    Methodology
  • 14. Process
    • Step 3
    • Plenary Presentation of
    • Group Outputs
    • Q & A
    • Refinement of Outputs
    • Step 6
    • Integration & Next Steps
    • Reflection
    • Closing Program
    • Step 1
    • Opening Program
    • Plenary Presentations
    • - Hazard surveillance & monitoring
    • - Disaster Impact/NDCC Responses
    • Step 2
    • WORKSHOP I:
    • Revisiting the overall response
    • (local players)
    • - timeliness, adequacy, appropriateness, participation of key players, analysis of integration in the DMS, recommendation
    • Step 4
    • Message of UNRC
    • Recap /Intro of pax
    • Plenary Presentation of
    • Group Outputs
    • before int’l. partners
    • Q & A
    • Step 5
    • WORKSHOP 2:
    • Revisiting the overall response
    • (local & int’l. partners)
  • 15.
    • Active participation in the workshops
    • All inputs / comments / ideas are accepted; write them on meta cards, seven (7) words per card
    • No finger pointing
    • No dominance of discussion
    • Punctuality and complete attendance
    Ground Rules

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