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  • The Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction Management Plan ( 2013-2016 ) Barangay 465 Zone 46 City of Manila Submitted by : AlexanderT.Tasarra Punong Barangay
  • MESSAGE FROM PUNONG BARANGAY
  • MESSAGE FROMTHE PUNONG BARANGAY Nature have it own fury and no force of man can stop the devastating effect of it, to caution the effect of it we must study and make necessary preventive action to reduce or even eliminate the risk that may arise. The importance of BDRRM for us is to be prepared of any disaster that may occur and by doing so, we minimize the impact of disaster. Ultimately to educate the people and be aware of any impending natural calamities that may occur. ALEXANDER T. TASARRA Barangay Chairman Barangay 465, Zone 46, District IV
  • Vision : To be able to uplift the current standard of living, peace and order and cleanliness of the barangay. Mission : Foster cooperation of all Barangay Council together with all the members of the community to attain the vision. Goals : Have improve standard of living Maintain Peace and Order Maintain Cleanliness of the Barangay
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY As per inventory of the BDRRM facilities, the barangay can accommodate people who’s been affected by disaster, we have barangay hall. The barangay is actively participate in an on-going seminars and skill that conducted by the city. The barangay council are always aware of emergency that may occur in the barangay. The barangay tanod always visible within the barangay jurisdiction to assist for any problem that may occurred. The barangay also have a First Aid Kit, Fire Extinguisher, CCTV to promote readiness in disaster that may occurred in barangay.
  • HISTORY OF CALAMITIES AND DISASTERS IN BRGY. 465
  • History of Calamities There where calamities before and during the 1st term of Punong Barangay Alexander T. Tasarra. It was 2009, tropical storm ONDOY and Typhoon Pedring, out down the country’s economic growth in the past years, according to the Vice Chair of the climate change Commission ( CCC ). There is need to address the vulnerability of natural resources to climate change to ensure sustainable economic growth. We lost an average of our GDP due to damage cause by extreme events ( Ondoy, Pedring, Quiel, Sendong, etc. ) during the last 3 years. Government estimated damage from Ondoy wich drowned most in Metro Manila 2009, hit a 11 billion. During the typhoon of course the barangay officials especially the Punong Barangay Alexander T. Tasarra, always roving together with all the barangay tanods.
  • BARANGAY PROFILE
  • Barangay Profile Barangay 465, Zone 46 is located at east zone of Sampaloc area under District IV legislative jurisdiction of Manila City. It is composed of 400 estimated families with an estimated population of 3,000. Barangay 465 is bounded on the East by Padre Noval St. (U.S.T), West by G. Tolentino (Brgy.467) , North by J. Barlin St. (brgy. 466) and South by I. Delos Reyes St. ( Brgy. 469) Barangay 465 is proud to have within our territorial area of jurisdiction the oldest university in Asia and the home of the Dominican priests, the University of Santo Tomas and UST Parish Church respectively. This small barangay community is proud to be the sanctuary of students that are studying in different universities and of middle class families generating most of their income from varied public and private employments, small scale business enterprises, professional practices and skills. Among the various projects offered to our constituents are declogging, beautification, clean and green, solid waste management, sports activities and fitness programs, medical, distribution of school supplies, disaster preparedness, livelihood and poverty alleviation trainings, gift-giving, feeding programs, preservation of peace and order, anti-drug campaign programs and more.
  • BARANGAY PROFILE On 1972, the late President Ferdinand Marcos declares the creation of barangays in Manila through the Presidential Decree. Barangay 465 is one of the barangay that has beed ratified on the aforesaid year. Barangay belongs to an urbanized city and falls in lowland category. It has a land area of 2 hectares. Based on the fiscal year 2012-2013, Barangay 465 has an approved budget of Php 1,220,054.00 whereas it came from the following shares: Internal Revenue Allotment – P872,245.00 Real Property Tax – P347,809.00
  • There are 400 families living in the Barangay and divided into 200 households. Therefore, it can be stated that in one house stucture there maybe 2 families living. Barangay 465 has a total of 313 number of registered voters in which it is clustered into two precincts. Based from our estimated number of population, Barangay 465 has a total estimated population of three thousand ( 3000 ) people wherein 1800 are female and 1200 are male.
  • BARANGAY PROFILE TOTAL POPULATION : 3000 Male : 1200 Female : 1800 Persons w/ Disability : 0 Children : 50 Señior Citizens : 18 Pregnant Women : 0 Schools present near the Barangay : University of Santo Thomas P.Gomez Elementary School Juan Luna Elementary School Central Institute of Technology Number of Business Establishment : 26 Hospital and others Establishmentnear the Barangay: UST Hospital Raha Fire Volunteer
  • RISK / HAZARD / VULNERABILITY MAP
  • BARANGAY 465 MAP
  • HAZARD MAP LEGENDS : - FIRE PRONE AREA - FLOOD PRONE AREA
  • CONTINGENCY AND EVACUATION PLAN
  • BARANGAY DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE ( BDRRMC ) 2013-2016 DISASTER CONTINGENCY PLAN Disaster Situation Population Target # of Families Evacuation Centers Budgetary Sources Inventory of Available Disaster Equipments Super Typhoon 3000 400 BARANGAY HALL RAHA FIRE VOLUNTEER STATION BDRRM Megaphone Two-Way Radio Floods 3000 400 BARANGAY HALL RAHA FIRE VOLUNTEER STATION Declogging Materials Fire 3000 400 BARANGAY HALL RAHA FIRE VOLUNTEER STATION Fire Extinguishers First Aid Kit, BP Apparatus Earthquake
  • SEMINARS ATTENDED
  • 2011 SEMINAR ( BAGUIO )
  • 2012 SEMINAR ( SUBIC )
  • EarlyWarning System Equipment and Materials for Disaster
  • EARLYWARNING SYSTEM In this time, we are not sure of how strong the disaster may occur in our barangay. Everyone now is vulnerable in any disaster. Typhoons and are became stronger unlike before and the Fire has grown rapidly and spread primarily wooden houses. We are not sure how safe we are right now. As one of the Barangay in Sampaloc, we ensure to have early warning system in areas that are prone in disaster.
  • FLOOD With the presence of MEGAPHONE and TWO-WAY RADIO we can inform all our constituent if the flood is too high and they can evacuate to evacuation center if ever.
  • FIRE With the presence of Megaphone, Two-Way Radio and presence of RAHA FIRE VOLUNTEER, we can inform all the people in barangay and fire volunteer as early as the fire occurred and to response as quick as they can. Information are properly announce by means of MEGAPHONE to all the people that within the jurisdiction of our Barangay.
  • BDRRM PRIORITY PROJECT
  • BARANGAY PROJECTS The Barangay Budget has its own Calamity Fund. The Calamity Fund is divided into 70% and 30% for the Quick Response Fund during Calamity. The Calamity Fund should be allocated into equipment and materials to be used if hazard is occurred.
  • BARANGAY PROJECTS FOR 2013 NAME OF PROJECTS HAZARD INVOLVED NO. OF BENEFICIARIES BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS DECLOGGING FLOOD 100% of the constituent PHP 18,918.00 DECLOGGING MATERIALS FLOOD 200 FAMILIES PHP 39,964.00
  • GENERATOR
  • BP APPARATUS
  • FIRE EXTINGUISHER
  • OMRON NEBULIZER
  • FIRST AID KIT
  • MEGAPHONE
  • DECLOGGING MATERIALS
  • TWO-WAY RADIO
  • FLASHLIGHT
  • PROCUREMENT PLAN
  • PROCUREMENT PLAN Nobody knows when the disaster may happen or occur in our barangay. One of the many functions of the Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council is to have a procurement plan. During the disaster, the Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction Management members should know the number of beneficiaries and also the number of supply for the needs of the victims. The 30% quick response fund can be used if there is a state of calamity that announce by the government officials. This will help the BDRRM members to decide on what to buy and what are the needs of the victims.
  • DESCRIPTION SIGNIFICANCE BUDGETARY AMOUNT Sack of Rice Serves as food supply of victims Quick Response Fund Canned Goods Serves as food supply of victims Quick Response Fund PROCUREMENT PLAN
  • PROCUREMENT PLAN FOR 2013 Programs / Project Activities Budgetary Requirements EXPECTED OUTPUT Budgetary Sources Training & Capability Building BDRRM Planning and Assessment ( 2013 ) Php 5,000.00 To enhance and capacitate the skills and knowledge of Barangay Officials and volunteers BDRRM Declogging ( 2013 ) Php 27,934.00 To prevent flooding in the barangay & to contribute in the cleanliness of Manila Bay BDRRM Equipment Declogging Materials ( 2013) Php 39,964.00 Used to unclog water in drainage BDRRM
  • POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DIMENSION
  • KNOWLEDE, SKILLS AND ATTITUDES INVENTORY
  • INVENTORY OF DRRM FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT
  • 2011 CALAMITY FUND
  • 2012 CALAMITY FUND
  • ATTACHMENTS
  • Alexander T. Tasarra Chairman 09052918577 Greg F. Factor Kagawad 7085675 Crizaldo John T. Batac Kagawad 09156437737 Arlene B. Bantolino Kagawad 09994558328 Joanne L. Alog Kagawad 09177561595 Jose C. Yabut Kagawad 7357537 Melisa L. Miranda Kagawad 09197238247 Andres R. Magpantay Kagawad 09334667687 Cesar G. Paguiligan Secretary 09152564262 Rogelio DP Miranda Treasurer 7085675 DIRECTORY OF BDRRM MEMBERS
  • BARANGAY DISASTER READINESS PROFILE
  • BARANGAY DISASTER READINESS CHECKLIST
  • BARANGAY RESOLUTIONS
  • EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS OF BARANGAY 465 AVAILABLE
  • DESCRIPTION SIGNIFICANCE Generator to be used as a temporary light in case of brownout BP Apparatus used to find out the blood pressure of a person Fire Extinguisher can be used in case of fire Flash Light to be used as a temporary light in case of brownout Nebulizer can be used in case of person with asthma First Aid Kit First Aid Equipment Barangay Patrol to responsed immediately on any emergency cases Declogging Materials used to unclog the water in drainage Two-Way Radio To be used during and after calamities and for other barangay activities Megaphone To be used during and after calamities and for other barangay activities