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this is the latest situation update coming from the NDCC. I am publishing this so i could place it in my wordpress blog and hopefully provide information to our friends and relatives whow are abroad …

this is the latest situation update coming from the NDCC. I am publishing this so i could place it in my wordpress blog and hopefully provide information to our friends and relatives whow are abroad and are worried of the natural calamity in country.

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  • 1. • Estimated cost of damages is PhP10.450 Billion broken down into: Infrastructure - PhP 3.684 Billion and Agriculture – PhP 6.766 Billion (Tab C) • There is an increase on the number of damaged houses from 42,556 (16,511 totally and 26,045 partially) to 101,278 (25,259 totally and 76,019 partially). - Tab D • Power is not yet restored in some flooded areas/barangays of Rizal Province • Services of Manila Water Co. in some areas in San Mateo, Rizal has been restored; and not yet restored in Rodriguez, Cainta, Taytay, Angono and Binangonan • The total cost of assistance provided by the Government and NGOs/Other GOs is PhP94,224,687.51 - (Tab E): NDCC PhP 17,748,125.00 DSWD PhP 27,945,964.47 DOH PhP 20,715,661.79 LGUs PhP 21,653,799.55 NGOs/GOs PhP 6,161,136.70 • To date, 19,350 sacks of rice have been distributed by NDCC to Regions III, IV-A, X and NCR • USAID coordinated with DOH, AFP-PA and US Armed Forces in the distribution of assorted relief goods, medicines and medical supplies, health information materials and health education services to selected evacuation centers. Breakdown of Casualties Region/Prov/Mun/City Dead Injured Missing GRAND TOTAL 337 308 37 NCR 173 301 - Muntinlupa City 3 - - Quezon City 77 - - Marikina City 61 - - Makati City 4 San Juan 3 - - Mandaluyong City 3 - - Valenzuela City 5 - - Pasig City 17 - - CAR 4 2 1 Region I - - 9 Region II - - 1 Region III 56 3 7 Region IV-A 101 2 20 ARMM 3 - - 2
  • 2. Breakdown of Affected Population Affected Population Region/Province Brgy Families Persons GRAND TOTAL 1,902 880,175 4,320,699 NCR 237 172,287 864,668 Region I 7 85 254 Region II 2 140 700 Region III 549 189,170 867,373 Region IV-A 991 507,290 2,530,639 Region IV-B 33 7,296 35,139 Region V 35 2,566 15,814 Region VI 17 193 882 Region IX 8 191 436 Region XII 14 603 2,665 ARMM 7 350 1,750 CAR 2 4 29 II. RESPONSE PNRC deployed Red Cross Rapid Assessment Teams composed of PNRC NDRT, IFRC Regional Disaster Response Teams, International Committee of the Red Cross and Spanish Red Cross representatives in Metro Manila and Rizal Area A. FOOD and NFIs • DSWD provided relief goods consisting of ready to eat food and non-food items worth PhP22.59Million; prepositioned PhP109,383,352.54 worth of stand-by funds family food packs and stockpile of relief commodities by the FOs concerned; released PhP11.5 Million additional stand-by funds to the following regional offices for the purchase of emergency supplies and for other needs : (DSWD NCR - PhP3.0M; DSWD FO I - PhP1.0M; DSWD FO III - PhP3.0M; DSWD –FO IV-A Php3.0 M; DSWD FO IV-B -PhP.5 M; and DSWD FOV -PhP1.0 M); receipt of donations both local and international (PhP35.67 Million in kind and PhP15.95 Million in cash and US$50,000 through DSWD Philippine Donation Account Number 3122- 1011-84 and DSWD Foreign Donation 3122-0055-81 TLBPHMMXXX, LBP, Batasan Branch, Quezon City; and processing release of additional stand by funds to DSWD FO II and CAR at phP1 Million each amounting to PhP 2 Million earmarked to purchase emergency relief supplies . • PNRC provided assorted relief assistance to the flood victims in Metro Manila; carried out food parcel distribution in 246 evacuation centers in Metro Manila, Laguna, Bulacan, Zambales, Batangas, Rizal and Pampanga; served 33,298 families in the different evacuation centers; and provided hot meals to 22,586 persons • DOH provided 150 pieces of cadaver bags to NDCC and provided Generator set to Amang Rodriquez Medical Center and first aid kits in all evacuation centers 3
  • 3. • NCRCOM distributed 500 sacks and 1,000 other assorted packs of relief goods to affected residents in Pasig City • AFPDRTG also transported 3,000 family packs and 12,000 pieces of fresh eggs from DSWD NROC to affected areas in Taytay, Rizal and Pateros City • PAGCOR under Sagip-Tulong ni PGMA Project distributed 35,000 pieces of bread and 35,000 bottles of water in 35 evacuation centers at 1,000 pieces bread and 1,000 bottles of water per day/per evacuation center; released 1,800 cavans of rice, aside from 5,000 individually packed rice bags; 15,000 relief packs (3 kilos rice, 1 kilo sugar, coffee, canned goods and instant noodles per pack); • ICRC thru PNRC - donated three thousand (3,000) essential household kits and allocated USD30,000.00 • PAF transported 1,700 sacks and 350 packs of relief goods to various areas in Metro Manila • MSF distributed 3,000 pieces NFI kits in Pasig City. • CNDR distributed food and hygiene kits to 452 households in Taytay, 1,200 in Marikina City and 200 in Malabon City • As of 05 October 2009, Private Sector Disaster Management Network (PSDMN) reported that around 43 private organizations/establishments and other groups donated food and non-food items which were either directly provided to identified areas/affected families or DSWD, CNDR, PDI, Ateneo de Manila, Caritas Manila, PNRC, La Salle Greenhills, ABS-CBN, Sagip Kapamilya, GMA 7 Kapuso Foundation and World Vision • The City Government of Ormoc donated cash in the amount of PhP 1,000,000 for use by the NDCC in the purchase of disaster operations equipment (02 Oct) Philippine International NGO Network (PINGON) Response • CARE distributed food, NFIs and bottled water in Caloocan City, Malabon City, Valenzuela City and Navotas City • ACF distributed NFIs and hygiene kits in Marikina City • Christian Aid provided food, NFIs (clothing, bed sheets, cooking utensils and hygiene kits) in Makati City and Manila City • ADRA – provided food packets to Malabon City, Marikina City, Navotas City, Quezon City and San Mateo and Taytay, Rizal B. HEALTH • DOH As of October 08, 2009, the amount of logistical support (drugs, medicines and medical supplies) provided for Health and WASH clusters is PhP19,742,610.37 Urgent Needs Scaling of access of essential health services to all affected populations including emergency transportation of cases especially in areas with almost no access to essential health services; improved case based 4
  • 4. disease surveillance for communicable diseases on health and humanitarian service coverage in evacuation centers and augment water supply for health facilities with continuing water quality testing Critical Constraints • Logistics - several areas remain not accessible due to continuing flood Accomplishment From Sept 27 to Oct 8, 2009 dispatched 139 medical teams: 12 medical teams, 12 psychosocial teams, 2 nutrition teams; 6 assessment teams, 5 surveillance teams and 27 public health teams in various parts of Metro Manila and Region IV A Total human resources deployed: 283 doctors, 5 psychiatrists, 16 psychologists, 331 nurses, 119 aides, 5 epidemiology and surveillance officers, 6 nutritionists, 19 engineers, 3 social workers, 22 RESU, 4 medical technician and 1 pharmacists; 17 health education recorders, 5 drivers, 2 midwives with 218 sites visited Provided Vitamin A supplementation to children ages from 9 months to 5 years old at the evacuation centers in Malabon, Valenzuela, Quezon City and Taguig City. A total of 4,000 children have already been vaccinated and measles immunization to 50 children in Cainta is still ongoing. The top 5 morbidity cases in the evacuation centers are upper respiratory tract infection, fever, skin disease, infected wounds; and diarrhea. DOH mobile medical teams administered tetanus toxoid to all wound cases DOH, UNICEF and WHO are mobilizing breastfeeding support groups, peer counsellors and breastmilk banking UNFPA - deployed medical missions to 3 hard to reach evacuation centers in Taguig City (Hagonoy, Lower Bicutan and Napindan) with 48 pregnant women provided with pre natal services UNICEF provided 60 kits which arrived yesterday PLAN International will provide 1,000 pcs jerry cans and 8,600 hygiene kits for Tanay, Rizal • OXFAM distributed hygiene kits in Tabing Ilog, Marilao, Bulacan; San Jose del Monte, Bulacan; and Tanay, Rizal DOH-CHD CALABARZON deployed medical assessment and surveillance team in Sitio Arenda, Taytay, Rizal PAGCOR From Sept 27 to Oct 8, 2009, conducted 22 medical missions at 35 evacuation centers in Marikina, Pasig, Pateros, Taguig, Laguna and Rizal Province with at least 2-3 missions conducted daily. Donated four (4) boxes of medicines to the DILG for the medical mission in Binan, Laguna; served 20,585 patients; provided free medical consultations, free medicines and vitamins The medical missions were composed of 50 volunteer doctors/physicians coming from the Philippine Medical Association, PAGCOR invited doctors and medical practitioners under the Health Department, volunteers from UP College of Medicine, San Beda 5
  • 5. College, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila and Fatima University Medical Center On October 07, 2009 held a People’s Government Mobile Action (GMA) Caravan at Baruya Elementary School in Lubao, Pampanga with 884 medical and 74 dental patients served. Aside from PAGCOR staff, 16 PGMA members participated in said activity • PAF treated 1,230 patients in Brgy. Santolan, Pasig and transported 1,700 sacks and 350 packs of relief goods to various areas in Metro Manila • PNRC conducted hygiene promotion and education with 946 beneficiaries, medical missions in 2 evacuation centers (Concepcion ES and Nangka ES) attending to 519 persons; and provided hygiene kits to 1,346 families • Research Institute for Tropical Medicines deployed two personnel in San Pedro, Laguna • Batangas Regional Hospital and San Pedro Municipal Hospital provided medical services in San Pedro Evacuation Centers C. WASH • DOH reported that as of October 7, 2009, 191 portalets have been provided in various evacuation centers in Metro Manila and Region IV-A, broken down as follows: o Metro Manila 138 - (Marikina City (49); Quezon City (36); Pasig City (24); Pateros (3); Muntinlupa City (26); o Region IV-A 53 - Cainta, Rizal (29 ) and San Pedro (10); Sta Rosa (2); Binan (2); and Sta Cruz (10), all of Laguna • DOH-CHD–MM deployed nine (9) WASH teams which have been conducting water quality monitoring and testing in strategic sites including all evacuation centers; DOH is distributing water disinfectant (hyposol) and IEC materials on water sanitation in all evacuation centers • WHO donated10,000 pieces of Jerry Cans: 5,100 pcs to CHD MM which were distributed in 17 cities from October 3 to 7, 2009 and 5,000 to CHS IV-A of which, 960 pcs have been distributed in Rizal and Laguna from October 4-7, 2009 with a balance of 4,040 • Save the Children – provided hygiene kits and jerry cans in Manila, Paranaque, Taguig and Cainta, Rizal • PAGCOR conducted relief operations to more that 35 evacuation centers; and deployed 50 water tankers under the Patubig ni PGMA Program to provide potable water (with capacity of 1,500 to 2,500 gallons or 20 liters per 500 to 1,000 families respectively). Affected areas covered were Cainta, Riza Province,, Marikina , Pasig, Pateros and Taguig • DILG-BFP - delivered/rationed 373,250 gallons of water in 140 evacuation centers and 30 other areas in Metro Manila with 187 sorties made: Quezon City (Brgy Bagong Silangan, Brgy. Damayan, Brookside GAWAD KALINGA, San Gabriel Elementary School – Brgy. Sta. Lucia, North Fairview Elementary School - Brgy North Fairview, Brgy Bagong Silangan evacuation center, Susano Elementary School-Novaliches, Brgy. Greater Fairview, Brgy. Masambong), Malabon City (Brgys Santolan, Potrero, Maysilo, Catmon), Valenzuela (Brgys Marulas, Panghulo), Pasay, Taguig 6
  • 6. City (Brgys Toktokan, Ususan, Bagumbayan, Palingon, Sta Ana, Ligid and BCDA) and in Pasig City (Pasig Elementary School) and Region IV-A • PAF distributed 135 bottled water to various places in Metro Manila • PNRC set up 9 water bladders (10,000 liters capacity each and can serve a minimum of 1,500 persons per day using the sphere standards computation) with tap stands in the following evacuation centers: Malanday ES, Concepcion ES, Concepcion Integrated School, H. Bautista ES, Nangka ES in Marikina; Kabisig ES in Cainta; Ultra (2 water bladders) in Pasig; and in the Municipality of Sta. Maria in Laguna. Also distributed 20 portalets in 3 evacuation centers in Marikina and health hygiene and sanitation in Marikina, Laguna and Zambales D. PSYCHOSOCIAL • All psychosocial services for evacuation centers, communities and responders are being coordinated by DSWD, PNRC and DOH • CHD HEMS conducted debriefing to 2, 060 individuals: 1,673 in Malanday ES, Mairikina; 180 in Brgy Bagong Silangan, QC, and 207 in Exodus ES Floodway, Cainta • Community & Family Services International (CFSI) conducted rapid psychosocial assessments in several places in Quezon City, Marikina, Pasig and Cainta involving 4,186 families / 20,930 persons in evacuation centers and deployed an emergency response team to conduct a rapid psychosocial assessment in 3 barangays in Marikina and 1 brgy in Quezon City E. CAMP MANAGEMENT • NDCC established the following Advance Command Posts (ACP) in various strategic areas in Metro Manila: Katipunan Avenue cor. Aurora Boulevard, Marikina City. The over-all commander is Hon. Mayor Marides Fernando while the Incident Commanders are Mr. Robert Nacianceno and Mr. Ramon Santiago of MMDA with telephone numbers (0917) 322-1951 and (0920) 938-9914 Alpha base 8th Floor, Pasig City Hall with telephone number 643-0000. The over-all commander is Mayor Roberto Eusebio. Club House, City Hall of Cainta City headed by Mayor Ramon Ilagan, with telephone numbers (0927) 220-4744, (0917) 535-0028and 665- 0846 Department of Public Order, Safety Hall, Quezon City. The over-all commander is Mayor Sonny Belmonte while the incident Commander is Ms. Teresa Amarillo with telephone number (0921) 655-5262 NDCC Relief Center No. 4 – Kalayaan Hall, Malacañang Grounds Forward NDCC on-site Coordination Center as the Incident Command Post at Ever Gotesco, Ortigas Advanced Command Post at City Hall of Taytay Rizal for Angono, Taytay and Cainta 7
  • 7. Advance Command Post at Baras Police Station for San Mateo and Montalban and at San Mateo Plaza; for remaining municipalities DSWD Set up Social Welfare Inquiry Sets; NGOs and donors’ desk in all DSWD-FOs to strengthen linkages between the DSWD LGUs NGOs and other partners to facilitate prompt and effective delivery of donations and humanitarian assistance as well established donations drop-off points as follows: • Advance Command Post at Baras Police Station for San Mateo and Montalban and at San Mateo Plaza; for remaining municipalities • Disaster Resource Operations Monitoring and Info Center (DROMIC) DSWD Central Office • National Resource Operations Center, Chapel Road, Pasay City • Quezon City Area • Manila Area DSWD- NCR, San Rafael cor Legarda Sts. Quiapo, Manila • DOH established drop off points in MMD-DOH Central Office • OWWA set up assistance center at NDCC Operation Center for the families of OFWs • PCG established an Advance Command Post at Santolan LRT Station in Marikina City with two (2) SAR Teams (15 personnel) and one (1) team to assist in the distribution of relief goods • In response to directive of PGMA, PAGCOR deployed its buses to facilitate transfer of evacuees from Marikina schools to the Ultra Stadium in response to the directive of PGMA due to opening of classes. MMDA • MMDA established 10 donations drop-off points in the following locations: Area/Location Coordinator and Contact Numbers 1 MMDA Head Office Dir. Lydia P. Domingo (0916-397-5798) Orense, Guadalupe, Ms. Rola L Liquicia (0917-663-7890) Makati City 2 EDSA/Roxas Blvd. Ms. Rey Lunas (0906-442-4504) Ms. Ligaya M Cagurangan (0927-896- 7456) 3 EDSA/Buendia Dir. Rosarita Siasoco (0919-571-6976) 4 EDA/Ortigas Dir. Jocelyn Mateo (0916-781-1869) 5 Aurora/Katipunan Dir. Ruby Baltazar (0906-481-9893) 6 EDSA/Timog Dir. Ruth Diaz (0918-928-555) 7 TRINOMA Ms. Betty M. Gendeve (0917-516-4735) Mr. Francis Dungca (0917-533-9082) 8 C-5 Libis Mr. Edward Gonzales (0920-938-9892) Dr. Corazon Uy (0928-603-1596) 8
  • 8. 9 Nagtahan/RMB Engr. Emma Quiambao (0920-947- 2542) 10 Baclaran Ms. Luz Zaide (0917-208-1776) Ms. Rebecca Gomez (0927-692-3622) Hotlines: 882-0897, 882-2144 • Donations include assorted food and non-food items PNRC • Installed 30 portable toilets in 3 evacuation centers in Marikina: Nangka ES, H Bautista ES and Concepcion Integrated School. These portalets are serviced every 6 hours. • Conducted desludging of permanent toilets in 5 evacuation centers to address full /clogged toilets in Nangka ES, Concepcion ES, Concepcion IS, H Bautista ES and Malanday ES F. EMERGENCY TELECOMS/MAPPING • IBM and OCD personnel deployed at the Ever-Gotesco ACP with the Emergency Response Network (ERN) Kit as back-up communications • CEISSAFP coordinated with SMART Telecom re: Installation of GSM900 repeater at NDCC Operation Center to enhance mobile phone signal inside the OPCEN building • Globe Telecom temporarily lent four (4) hotlines at NDCC OPCEN to augment the communication capability in responding to emergency calls in the calamity areas with the following hotline numbers: (0917) 733-4193, (0917) 733-4256, (0917) 733-4263 and (0915) 536-6719 • Telecoms Sans Frontier (TSF) deployed 2 teams from Bangkok and installed a Telecom Centre with Internet, phone, fax lines and computers at the NDCC HQ at Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. • PNP installed radio communication facility at Cainta Police Station, and at the Forward NDCC Operation Center • NGCP conducted power restoration in various damaged sub-stations (S/S). All lines are on normal operation except San Jose, Bulacan and CND-San Miguel (Bacnotan, San Miguel, La Union); waiting for normalization of load systems from distribution utilities (Meralco for Metro Manila area) • Geodata Systems Technologies, Inc, Philippines in coordination with the AFP Command Center; and Map Action technical personnel in UK are providing situation mapping support to the NDCC and humanitarian clusters G. EDUCATION • DepEd conducted damage assessment and 419 schools were reported damaged in Regions I, II, III, IV-A, CAR and NCR: 331 elementary schools and 88 high schools. A total of 226 school buildings being used as evacuation centers and are housing 12,560 families and 26,212 individuals 9
  • 9. H. INFRASTRUCTURE • As of 6 October 2009, 4:00 PM, DPWH’s assessed that 2 bridges in Region IV-B and 11 road sections are still impassable/hardly passable to traffic due to landslides, washed-out slope protection and scoured shoulders: NCR (1), Region III (3), and Region IV-A (7) I. AGRICULTURE • Damage Assessment of DA on agricultural production reveals the following: Rice (Region I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, CAR) - 185,763 hectares with a total loss of 313,477 metric tons of palay or more than P5.4 Billion. Completely damaged is 35,207 hectares while 150,558 hectares may recover. Value of destroyed harvestable palay is close to PhP5.B while investment of farmers who lost crops in seedling/vegetative stage amounts to PhP81 Million. Corn - (Region I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, CAR) - 3,123 hectares were affected with a total loss of 2,939 metric tons of corn grains or PhP65 Million HVCC (CAR, I, II, IV-A, IV-B, V) - 2,146 hectares were affected with a total loss of 14,149 metric tons HVCC consisting of mostly vegetables, mango, banana and papaya worth PhP141 Million Fisheries (Region III, IV-A, IV-B) - 8,356 hectares of fishponds with milkfish/tilapia/prawn, fish cages and seaweed farms were affected with a loss of PhP211 Million. Moreover, facilities/equipment like boats, gillnets, fish traps, squid jiggers worth PhP3 Million were also damaged Livestocks/Poultry (Region III, IV-A) - 12,530 heads of livestock (cattle, carabaos, horse, swine and sheep) worth PhP41 Million and 84,221 head poultry. In addition facilities like poultry houses, pig pens worth PhP1.3 Million were also destroyed Irrigation facilities (CAR, II, III, IV-A) – damaged facilities amounted to PhP895 Million with 53,454 hectares service area III. SAR, CLEARING and RETRIEVAL OPERATIONS A. SAR AND RETRIEVAL OPERATION (Tab F1 and F2) FAMILIES PERSONS Total Rescued 43,499 217,726 AFP 8,853 42,696 BFP 14,079 70,397 PCG 475 2,396 PNP 20,086 102,207 PAGCOR 6 30 AFP • AFPDRTF Units involved were HSC, SEG and MP, GHQ, PN, PMC, PAF, 525Ebde, PA and NCRRCDG); VCRC, 5IDRC, JCMOTF, 750thCG- NCRCOM; AFPRESCOM; PMC; SOLCOM, PMC, 16IB, 1IB, 730th and 740th-CG PAF, 203rd Bde and 2 ID 10
  • 10. • 7ID, PA conducted DRRO in Bulacan (Norzaragay, San Francisco del Monte, Hagonoy, Bustos, Sta Maria), Zambales (Palauig, Botolan), Pampanga (Arayat), and rescued 158 persons in Arayat, Pampanga and Hagonoy, Bulacan and evacuated 1000 residents of Sitio Bangan, San Juan Baño, Arayat, Pampanga • SOLCOM - A team, headed by CPT Montemayores, with two (2) M35 trucks and one (1) rubber boat, proceeded to Brgy Landayan, San Pedro, Laguna for possible rescue operation due to the rise of water level in the area. Augmented clearing in Baras, Cuyambay, and Teresa, Rizal • NOLCOM - Evacuated thirteen (13) families and eighty six (86) person in Candaba, Pampanga PNP • Deployed 49 fire trucks with 187 sorties to facilitate the water rationing (373,250 gallons), 98 flushing; 7 draining, and clearing operations in 140 evacuation centers and 30 other areas in the cities of San Juan, Malabon, Pasay, Taguig, Marikina, Valenzuela, Pasig and Quezon City in NCR; Bulacan (Baliwag, Bustos, Calumpit, Marilao, Obando Meycauayan City and Sta Maria) in Region III and in San Mateo, Rizal Units involved were NPD, RPD,QCPD, MPD and Maritime Group • NCRPO rescued 194 additional persons: 30 in Brgy Potrero, Malabon City, 161 persons in Marikina and 3 persons in Brgy Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City • Chairman, RDCC-IVA/RD, PNP-IVA mobilized 500 personnel, one (1) fire truck and three (3) dump trucks for a clean-up drive in the municipalities of San Mateo, Rodriguez and Taytay all in Rizal Province • PA concentrated clearing operations in Batasan Rd, Cogeo Rd, Marikina City area, Antipolo, Balimbing, Pililia, Tanay, Teresa and San Mateo, Rizal • PAF conducted road clearing operations in Santolan and Sta Lucia, Pasig City involving four hundred six (406) personnel and various heavy equipment • PCG SAR team rescued fifty (50) persons in Brgy Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City on 2256H 30 September 2009 BFP IV-A • assisted in the retrieval operations in Provident Village, Marikina PAGCOR • Donated 3 motorized rubber boats to the NDCC with setting capacity of 5, 6-11 persons and mobilized rescue teams to look into the conditions of its employees reportedly affected by flood. with 89 employees excluding their beneficiaries rescued and 20 persons provided with relief goods, and also rescued 20 people MMDA • Provided one hundred nineteen (119) manpower with various equipment for SAR, distribution of relief goods and standby vehicles at the Advance Command Post along Katipunan Avenue PNRC • Rescued 1,000 victims in Provident Village, Marikina 11
  • 11. • Deployed 21 WASAR teams for 3 days (26-28 September) in partnership with SBMA, Coast Guard and Green Peace; rescued 1,010 persons Civil Defense Action Group (CDAG) • Responded to Manila, Quezon City and Marikina for rescue operations SBMA • SBMA Fire Department and SWAT (LED) provided assistance in the SAR operations in Metro Manila with one (1) rescue van, one (1) rubber boat and two (2) dump trucks PDCC Nueva Ecija • Five (5) highly-trained personnel with one (1 ) amphibious vehicle, one (1) motorized rubber boat and one (1) mobile kitchen provided assistance in Metro Manila CDCC-Olongapo City • Dispatched the Olongapo Rescue Team to Metro Manila to augment in the rescue and evacuation operations IV. CLEARING OPERATION RDCC IV-A • Conducted clean-up; garbage collection/street clearing in 14 affected municipalities and cities by LGUs assisted by PNP • coordinated efforts with MDCC Taytay for the conduct of sandbagging operations on the dike by Laguna de Bay prior to the MMDA pumping floodwater out of the area AFP • TRADOC, PA conducted clearing operations along the road of Brgys Sta Lucia and Patling both of Capas, Tarlac while NOLCOM operated in Brgy Estrada, Capas, Tarlac • 51st Engr Brigade conducted road clearing operations in Provident Village, Marikina City with 114 EPs and 19 officers and equipment deployed;: such as grader, scoop loader, cargo trucks, dump trucks, multi-equipment van, utility vehicles, back hoe loader, rescue van and ambulance. As of October 5, 2009, clearing operations in Provident Marikina is still on going with 44 personnel from Bantay Bayan volunteers and US Marines counterpart • PAF provided 26 dump truck-loads of trash hauled to designated disposal site in Pasig MMDA • Distributed three hundred sixty (360) helmets to personnel and volunteer groups who are conducting clearing and cleaning operations • Conducted dewatering and cleaning of pump floor submerged in mud water in Quiapo, Paco, Pandacan, Sta Clara, Makati City, Hagonoy, Labasan, Taguig City and Tapayan; and clearing of primary and secondary roads in Marikina City • Deployed 156 personnel with equipment and tools for the conduct of clearing of primary roads in Metro Manila, repair of concrete barriers and see-through fences along Marcos Highway and Aurora-Katipunan fly over 12
  • 12. PCG • Dispatched Islander to conduct aerial reconnaissance to identify other flooded areas that need assistance. DILG-BFP • Deployed 33 fire trucks to conduct flushing operations, clean up operations, water rationing and in OPLAN Sagip Bayan activities in the affected towns and cities • Chairman, RDCC-IVA/RD, PNP-IVA mobilized 500 personnel, one (1) fire truck and three (3) dump trucks for a clean-up drive in the municipalities of San Mateo, Rodriguez and Taytay all in Rizal Province • BFP-IVA dispatched personnel to assist in the clean-up drive in Marikina City and other parts of Rizal, Province PNRC • Participated in the clean-up drive in Marikina area, Provident Village, Nangka ES, Concepcion ES CDAG • Provided fire trucks for the flushing operations in the clean-up of evacuation centers and government facilities in Quezon City and Marikina V. EARLY RECOVERY • President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo issued Proclamation No. 1891 dated September 26, 2009 “Declaring a State of Calamity in some Provinces, Cities and Municipalities in Luzon” to enhance all preparations for Typhoon “Pepeng” and to hasten the rescue, relief and rehabilitation efforts of both government and private sector, and to effectively control the prices of basic goods PGMA’s Verbal Directives during the Oct 2 Cabinet Meeting: • BFP to coordinate with LWUA and MWSS to conduct clean –up drive and provide potable water in Cainta; to clean up affected hospitals road ways and evacuation centers; and to provide info to PGMA on the specific places where potable waters have been distributed and need to be distributed in Cainta • DILG to assist DTI in disseminating directive to deputize local market administration to discipline abusive market/mall owners. PGMA’s toll order is to apprehend them • DepEd to coordinate with the LGUs regarding identification of evacuation areas and opened the upper sections of ULTRA to house evacuees • DTI to request LGUs to monitor stalls/stores/malls where their business permits have been cancelled to ensure that cancellation is enforced • Municipal government of Taytay will be looking for safe disposable lots to be used as relocation sites for affected residents; and is fast tracking the transfer of evacuees from schools to other facilities in preparation for the resumption of classes in schools currently housing evacuees 13
  • 13. DBP Initiatives • Ordered the mobilization of all concerned branches and heads of office units to extend assistance to affected clients displaced, employees and other victims thru rehabilitation program in the form of moratorium on interest/principal payment; restructuring their loan payment extension; interest rate reduction; additional loan if viable; closer monitoring of loan for faster recovery; distribution of relief goods in coordination with NDCC with in the week. Likewise directed all ATMs in affected areas to be in full operations PAGCOR • Kept its Serbisyo Muna Center in Malabon and Valenzuela open despite the flood and lack of electricity to continue selling basic commodities to affected residents 14
  • 14. Sitrep No. 27 Tab A Effects of Tropical Storm "ONDOY" AFFECTED POPULATION As of 13 October 2009, 5:00 AM No. of TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT AFFECTED Inside Evacuation Centers Outside Evacuation Centers Region/Province/ Mun/City Evac (Inside + Outside) Centers Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons GRAND TOTAL 1,902 880,175 4,320,699 443 45,129 216,941 166,202 848,801 211,331 1,065,742 REGION I 7 85 254 PANGASINAN 7 85 254 1 Bolinao 2 4 4 2 Sual 1 6 39 3 Labrador 1 1 1 4 Dagupan City 2 65 201 5 Infanta 1 9 9 REGION II 2 140 700 QUIRINO 2 140 700 1 Cabarroguis 1 112 560 2 Rizal 1 28 140 NCR 237 172,287 864,668 70 6,984 32,559 56,183 280,915 63,167 313,474 1 MANDALUYONG CITY 14 2,915 14,420 2 CITY OF MANILA 14 21,118 101,070 3 MARIKINA CITY 12 15,755 78,775 8 1,059 5,295 1,059 5,295 4 MUNTINLUPA CITY 10 17,563 87,755 22 3,612 15,496 13,015 65,075 16,627 80,571 5 NAVOTAS CITY 3 62 355 6 PARAÑAQUE CITY 1 450 2,250 7 PASIG CITY 20 28,836 152,160 3 1,095 5,789 1,095 5,789 8 LAS PIÑAS CITY 9 5,266 26,330 3,901 19,505 3,901 19,505 9 CALOOCAN CITY 23 18,116 90,580 4 25 75 13,733 68,665 13,758 68,740 10 MAKATI CITY 9 847 4,235 11 VALENZUELA CITY 28 1,718 8,600 3 177 875 30 150 207 1,025 12 MALABON CITY 11 1,381 8,736 0 0 13 PATEROS 11 6,208 32,690 2 118 539 4,500 22,500 4,618 23,039 14 QUEZON CITY 40 23,282 115,885 9 708 3,540 713 3,565 1,421 7,105 15 TAGUIG CITY 27 25,907 129,630 19 190 950 20,291 101,455 20,481 102,405 16 SAN JUAN CITY 1 520 2,234 17 PASAY CITY 4 2,343 8,963 REGION III 549 189,170 867,373 57 8,843 38,918 46,453 225,497 55,296 264,415 BATAAN 23 4,282 20,119 2 108 530 480 2,300 588 2,830 1 Balanga City 11 1,550 7,712 1 8 30 480 2,300 488 2,330 2 Orani 2 4 20 3 Mariveles 1 3 16 4 Morong 5 390 1,808 1 100 500 100 500 5 Hermosa 4 2,335 10,563 ZAMBALES 12 4,981 20,007 5 228 669 1,277 5,242 1,505 5,911 1 Botolan 12 4,981 20,007 5 228 669 1,277 5,242 1,505 5,911 BULACAN 210 77,786 344,291 45 8,208 36,297 19,175 97,416 27,383 133,713 1 Angat 16 1,000 4,357 1,000 4,357 1,000 4,357 2 Balagtas 7 2,100 14,000 2,100 14,000 2,100 14,000 3 Baliuag 5 1,675 11,199 5 1,416 6,231 1,416 6,231 4 Bocaue 6 1,640 7,500 5 Bulacan 11 2,350 8,745 11 2,350 8,745 2,350 8,745 6 Bustos 10 2,589 12,945 10 1,780 8,900 1,780 8,900 7 Calumpit 29 22,305 70,857 4 238 1,190 238 1,190 8 Guiguinto 14 3,760 18,800 960 4,800 960 4,800 9 Hagonoy 2 49 198 2 49 198 49 198 10 Malolos 1 566 2,830 1 19 86 547 2,744 566 2,830 11 Marilao 8 5,945 28,206 12 Meycauayan 15 4,600 22,800 13 Norzagaray 6 1,839 8,862 10 1,839 8,862 1,839 8,862 14 Obando 11 6,073 30,365 6,073 30,365 6,073 30,365 15 Plaridel 4 1,400 8,320 1 17 85 17 85 16 Sta. Maria 3 6,000 28,500 1 500 2,000 5,500 26,500 6,000 28,500 17 San Ildefonso 13 1,980 7,760 18 San Miguel 49 11,915 58,047 2,995 14,650 2,995 14,650 PAMPANGA 282 97,271 459,247 5 299 1,422 25,401 120,176 25,700 121,598 1 Arayat 1 718 3,579 1 200 1,000 200 1,000 400 2,000 2 Bacolor 2 36 180 3 Candaba 26 2,866 15,416 - - 1,854 10,558 1,854 10,558 4 Guagua 31 18,553 92,736 - - 8,881 45,846 8,881 45,846 5 Lubao 28 8,739 34,965 6 Mabalacat 3 20 100 7 Masantol 26 7,500 39,000 3,200 15,000 3,200 15,000 8 Macabebe 22 8,664 42,000 1 10 30 3,000 11,500 3,010 11,530 9 Mexico 17 8,304 34,055 10 Minalin 15 4,339 22,054 400 1,800 400 1,800 11 San Simon 14 4,696 23,254 955 4,990 955 4,990 12 San Luis 13 2,377 12,781 2,375 12,769 2,375 12,769 13 San Fernando City 31 15,677 70,209 - 350 1,582 350 1,582 14 Angeles City 3 49 245 49 245 49 245 Page 1 of 3
  • 15. No. of TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT AFFECTED Inside Evacuation Centers Outside Evacuation Centers Region/Province/ Mun/City Evac (Inside + Outside) Centers Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons 15 Sta. Ana 14 6,105 26,377 2 62 306 2,363 9,607 2,425 9,913 16 Sto. Tomas 4 1,801 5,365 1 27 86 1,774 5,279 1,801 5,365 17 Floridablanca 10 1,591 9,977 18 Sasmuan 12 3,925 19,625 19 Sta. Rita 10 1,311 7,329 NUEVA ECIJA 22 4,850 23,709 120 363 120 363 1 Licab 7 450 1,710 2 Jaen 6 120 363 120 363 120 363 3 San Antonio 9 4,280 21,636 REGION IV-A 991 507,290 2,530,639 316 29,302 145,464 57,674 312,685 86,976 458,149 BATANGAS 158 9,341 44,585 1 6 32 5,466 26,154 5,472 26,186 1 Agoncillo 8 93 439 1 6 32 87 407 93 439 2 Balayan 4 330 1,640 3 Balete 2 33 150 4 Batangas City 1 9 40 5 Bauan 2 17 79 6 Calaca 6 51 262 - - 50 256 50 256 7 Calatagan 1 26 130 8 Lian 1 297 1,485 9 Laurel 5 450 2,250 295 1,475 295 1,475 10 Lemery 8 852 4,876 11 Mabini 11 977 4,070 12 Malvar 2 36 183 1 5 1 5 13 Mataas na Kahoy 5 419 2,095 419 2,095 419 2,095 14 Nasugbu 26 3,633 16,262 3,273 15,198 3,273 15,198 15 Padre Garcia 1 1 8 16 Rosario 1 1 8 17 San Juan 21 831 4,129 831 4,129 831 4,129 18 San Luis 2 7 35 19 San Nicolas 11 199 1,059 199 1,059 199 1,059 20 Sta. Teresita 7 34 163 9 25 9 25 21 Sto Tomas 3 166 786 83 393 83 393 22 Taal 11 135 679 23 Talisay 2 20 100 24 Tanauan City 14 698 3,540 219 1,112 219 1,112 25 Lipa City 2 20 83 26 Tuy 1 6 34 LAGUNA 264 171,442 849,546 150 12,692 61,723 7,173 27,065 19,865 88,788 1 Alaminos 2 48 234 2 24 115 24 115 2 Bay 10 4,521 22,605 13 1,146 5,673 3,284 16,420 4,430 22,093 3 Biñan 18 45,125 198,700 16 2,818 12,411 2,818 12,411 4 Cabuyao 13 19,828 99,140 8 1,265 6,825 1,265 6,825 5 Calamba City 30 12,162 59,052 20 1,352 6,072 1,352 6,072 6 Calauan 5 52 228 7 Famy 20 2,883 14,415 1,200 6,000 1,200 6,000 8 Kalayaan 1 683 3,918 9 Liliw 1 5 25 10 Los Baños 11 5,496 29,730 6 314 1,570 314 1,570 11 Lumban 13 1,288 5,146 3 111 555 111 555 12 Mabitac 15 3,187 15,830 1 6 19 6 19 13 Paete 5 1,444 4,320 9 372 1,738 372 1,738 14 Pakil 13 1,763 10,578 6 497 2,315 497 2,315 15 Pangil 8 1,587 5,945 - - 16 Pila 4 2,419 9,657 6 61 305 61 305 17 San Pedro 17 25,606 153,536 9 1,164 5,820 1,164 5,820 18 Siniloan 20 2,195 9,045 4 231 2,328 231 2,328 19 Sta. Maria 25 4,001 20,157 2,689 4,645 2,689 4,645 20 Sta. Cruz 13 20,498 102,590 23 1,408 6,372 1,408 6,372 21 Sta. Rosa City 14 14,951 77,052 19 1,693 8,465 1,693 8,465 22 Victoria 6 1,700 7,643 5 230 1,140 230 1,140 RIZAL 174 216,670 1,097,920 163 16,586 83,619 42,941 250,658 59,527 334,277 1 Angono 21 10,466 52,375 21 2,735 13,675 7,731 38,700 10,466 52,375 2 Antipolo City 16 11,783 58,915 3 4,539 22,695 4,539 22,695 3 Baras 2 4,740 28,440 4 140 666 140 666 4 Binangonan 40 11,803 66,896 35 1,268 6,340 458 3,637 1,726 9,977 5 Cainta 9 76,000 380,000 22 1,939 10,493 1,939 10,493 6 Cardona 18 6,050 30,250 8 127 635 127 635 7 Jala-jala 11 1,700 4,999 12 224 1,135 224 1,135 8 Morong 8 526 2,630 1 100 500 100 500 9 Pililla 1 4,100 34,000 0 0 10 Rodriguez 4 5,632 27,096 7 1,842 9,245 1,842 9,245 11 San Mateo 15 37,361 142,805 11 751 3,755 751 3,755 12 Tanay 20 6,305 35,610 26 1,777 8,928 1,777 8,928 13 Taytay 5 37,479 223,004 12 1,136 5,512 34,752 208,321 35,888 213,833 14 Teresa 4 2,725 10,900 1 8 40 8 40 CAVITE 365 107,739 529,769 2 18 90 18 90 1 Bacoor 66 48,609 243,045 2 Carmona 11 752 4,404 - - 3 Cavite City 84 12,300 52,280 4 Dasmariñas 10 873 4,395 - - 5 Gen. Aguinaldo 1 2 10 Page 2 of 3
  • 16. No. of TOTAL SERVED - CURRENT AFFECTED Inside Evacuation Centers Outside Evacuation Centers Region/Province/ Mun/City Evac (Inside + Outside) Centers Brgys Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons Families Persons 6 Gen. Trias 22 426 2,130 2 18 90 18 90 7 GMA 8 61 309 - - 8 Imus 35 7,608 38,040 - - 9 Indang 4 383 1,931 10 Kawit 23 12,076 60,380 11 Maragondon 15 1,642 8,210 12 Naic 10 1,379 6,332 13 Noveleta 16 8,084 40,450 14 Rosario 20 10,000 50,000 - - 15 Silang Bulihan 12 381 1,909 16 Tanza 18 662 3,310 17 Ternate 9 2,500 12,630 18 Trece Martirez City 1 1 4 QUEZON 30 2,098 8,819 2,094 8,808 2,094 8,808 1 Alabat 1 2 5 2 Calauag 1 1 1 3 Gen. Nakar 11 901 3,907 901 3,907 901 3,907 4 Infanta 12 1,122 4,489 1,122 4,489 1,122 4,489 5 Lopez 1 1 5 6 San Antonio 2 2 10 2 10 2 10 7 Tiaong 2 69 402 69 402 69 402 REGION IV-B 33 7,296 35,139 4,326 20,289 4,326 20,289 OCC MINDORO 33 7,296 35,139 4,326 20,289 4,326 20,289 1 Magsaysay 2 120 600 - - 2 San Jose 7 2,820 14,100 3 Rizal 1 30 150 4 Palauan 1 6 30 6 30 6 30 5 Lubang 10 537 2,685 537 2,685 537 2,685 6 Calintaan 1 1 5 1 5 1 5 7 Sablayan 11 3,782 17,569 3,782 17,569 3,782 17,569 REGION V 35 2,566 15,814 1,057 6,899 1,057 6,899 CAMARINES SUR 32 2,519 15,318 1,012 6,672 1,012 6,672 1 Naga City 1 1,145 6,870 0 0 2 Sangay 1 1 4 0 0 3 Del Gallego 5 21 105 0 0 4 Lagonoy 25 1,352 8,112 1,012 6,672 1,012 6,672 5 Pasacao 227 - 0 0 MASBATE 1 45 227 45 227 45 227 1 San Pascual 1 45 227 45 227 45 227 ALBAY 0 0 20 1 Pioduran 20 SORSOGON 0 0 237 1 Pilar 237 CATANDUANES 2 2 12 1 Bato 1 1 6 2 Baras 1 1 6 REGION VI 17 193 882 NEGROS OCCIDENTAL 17 193 882 1 Isabela 1 51 175 2 Villadolid 10 117 585 3 Sipalay 1 6 30 4 Hinigaran 1 2 10 5 Hinoba-an 4 17 82 REGION IX 8 191 436 10 21 10 21 ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR 8 191 436 10 21 10 21 1 Zamboanga City 8 191 436 10 21 10 21 ARMM 7 350 1,750 SHARIFF KABUNSUAN 7 350 1,750 1 Sultan Kudarat 7 350 1,750 REGION XII 14 603 3,015 499 2,495 499 2,495 SULTAN KUDARAT 7 533 2,665 429 2,145 429 2,145 1 Kalamansig 3 409 2,045 305 1,525 305 1,525 2 Palimbang 4 124 620 124 620 124 620 SOUTH COTABATO 7 70 350 70 350 70 350 1 Polomolok 7 70 350 70 350 70 350 CAR 2 4 29 APAYAO 1 1 4 1 Kabugao 1 1 4 BENGUET 1 3 25 1 Kabayan 1 3 25 Sources: DSWD and OCDRCs Page 3 of 3
  • 17. SitRep No. 27 Tab B EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM "ONDOY" CASUALTIES As of 13 OCTOBER 2009 5:00 AM REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY GRAND TOTAL 337 DEAD NCR 173 Muntinlupa City 3 unidentified person Muntinlupa City Quezon City 77 1 Acabado, Marvin 11 Brgy. Ramon Magsayasay 1 Alojedo, Stephen 11 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Balbin, Cherry Mae D. Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Bores, Avelino B. 48 Brgy. Sauyo, Novaliches 1 Bryan, Jasmin Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Caguat, Joyce Andy 1&7mon Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Caguat, Jayvee 6 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Cahanap, Johna 5 Brgy. Pinyahan 1 Cahanap, Marlon 31 Brgy. Pinyahan 1 Castro, Emely L. 49 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Castro, Redwin L. 8 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Collenares, Angel 11 days Brgy. Bagbag 1 Comprendio, Ma. Cielo 5 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Comprendio, Rodolfo 47 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Comprendio, Mark Lorenz 6 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Copmprendio, Alaiza 5 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Elaurza, Evangeline 33 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Fabros, Mary Rose 38 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Flores, John Micho 19 Bgry. Bagbag 1 Garcia, Melanie B. 28 Brgy. Tatalon 1 Hain, Baby Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Hain, Emma Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Harina, Celerina 43 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Harina Mary Ann 5 Fairview Tajuna, Batasan 1 Ignacio, Rolly 36 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Latosa, Julie A. 22 Brgy. Gulod 1 Laureo, March Lauren 6 mos Brgy. Tatalon 1 Lubitania, Venecio Brgy. Tatalon 1 Lubitania, Felix Brgy. Tatalon 1 Magallanes, Muel mar 19 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Magarang, Joan Brgy. Tatalon 1 Magarang, James Aeron 5 Brgy. Tatalon 1 Midel, Jorge 33 Nrgy. Bagbag 1 Pavorito, Mariano Bagong Silangan Quezon City 1 Penano, Ramon Brgy. San Luis Antipolo 1 Ramos, Renalyn Brgy. Tatalon 1 Roxas, Larry Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Sastina, Mary Ann 5 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Sison, Gloria Bagong Silangan Quezon City 1 Solares, Pedro A. 45 Brgy. Sauyo 1 Solis, Maricel 39 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Soriano, Julius Sampaguita Cainta Rizal 1 Sotto, Jason 12 Brgy. Ramon Magsayasay 1 Tabios, Mikey 30 Brgy. Culiat 1 Tangilan, Gladys 9 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Tangilan, Marbelyn 8 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Tangilan, Marilou Bagong Silangan Quezon City 1 Talban, Alberto Bagong Silangan Quezon City 1 Teracio, John Rey 20 Brgy. Apolonio Samson 1 Tingking, Gina 17 Brgy. Pinyahan 1 Tocayo, Rolando n 37 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Tocayon, Gabriel 12 Fairview Tajuna, Batasan 1 Tocayon, Raymart 6 Fairview Tajuna, Batasan 1 Tocayon, Reynaldo 12 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Tocayon, Rolly 6 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Tocayon,. Reble 29 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Tuan, Justin Brian Greenland, Brgy Silangan Quezon City 1 Tuan, Jasmin Dyan Bagong Silangan Quezon City 1 Tugano, 40 Brgy. Apolonio Samson Page 1 of 10
  • 18. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 Unidentified, Baby Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Velasco, Dennis 5 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 1 Velasco, Rosalia 37 Brgy. Bagong Silangan 2 Unidentified Body Rizal (Ka Andres, claimed) Brgy Bagong Silang (Ka Irog Funeral 7 Unidentified Body Homes) Brgy Bagong Silang (Paket Santiago, 6 Unidentified Body claimed) Marikina City 61 1 Abuel, Norma Harvard St, Provident Village Drowned 1 Adona, Arturo Provident Village Drowned 1 Amado, Reynaldo Cambridge St, Provident Village Drowned 1 Angel, Lorina L Copenhagen St, Provident Village Drowned 1 Asuela, Lucky Patola, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Asuela, Ma. Flordeliza Patola, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Asuela, Miguelito Patola, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Asuela, MJ Patola, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Asuela, Trixie Patola, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Baello, Roderick Liverpool St, Provident Village Drowned 1 Bonco, Maria Flor Patola, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Bonifacio, Desiree Patola, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Caluya, Eden A Copenhagen St, Provident Village Drowned 1 Casili, Jocelyn Falcasantos Columbia St, Provident Village Drowned 1 Cruz, Jose Antenor V. Santos St., Brgy. Sto. Nino Drowned 1 Dave, Fernando Brgy. Loyola Grand Villa Drowned 1 Dionisio, Emerlita 50 Las Piñas City T/C CVA Bleed 1 Dumanta, Justin 4 Doña Petra, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Fernando, David Tolentino Brgy Loyola, Grand Villa 1 Fuentes, Jenie T St. Mary's Ave., Provident Village Drowned 1 Gonzales, Reynaldo Cambridge St, Provident Village 1 Gozum, Juan Paolo St. Mary's Ave., Provident Village 1 Lapuz, Emilia Ampalaya St. Tumana Drowned 1 Lomboy, Edelyn Patola, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Mariscote, Juan Jr. San Miguel P-3, Brgy. Fortune Drowned 1 Morales, Eldimar Palay St. Tumana Drowned 1 Pineda, Juanita 76 Doña Petra, Brgy. Tumana Drowned 1 Romalos, Roel P B22 L9 Balubad, Brgy Nangka Drowned 1 Roxas, Melchor Jr Malaya, Brgy. Malanday Drowned 1 Suzura, Ma. Linda New York St. Provident Village 1 Tanguinain, Christopher Bougavilla St. Malanday 1 Tobillo, Paola Marie S Columbia St, Provident Village Drowned 1 Tolentino, Arnilio Atienza 1 Tolo, Mercy B Liverpool St, Provident Village Drowned 27 Drowned Makati City 4 1 Chico, Glorifina 63 Chico St. Brgy Comembo Drowned 1 Hangayo, Evelyn T. 71 Blk 43 lot 6 Xyris St Brgy Pembo Heart Attack due to Panic 1 Unidentified Female Body 18 Drowned 1 Unidentified Female Body 20-30 Drowned San Juan 3 unidentified persons San Juan Mandaluyong 3 unidentified persons Mandaluyong Valenzuela 5 unidentified persons Valenzuela Pasig 17 unidentified persons Pasig CAR 4 Apayao 1 Bahalay, Ronnie Cartib 29 Brgy. Lutaucan, Kabugao, Apayao Drowned Nueva Vizcaya 1 Cabiag, Pinet 60 Nueva Vizcaya Drowned Sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, Benguet 1 Simpoda, Tito 51 Landslide Benguet 1 Tello, Quiniling 3 Catlubang, Bugyas, Benguet Lanslide REGION III 56 BULACAN 41 1 Acap, Feliza Magpayo 78 Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Drowned 1 Arajo, Angelica 5 Brgy. Mayan , Bustos, Bulacan Drowned 1 Balakid , Jan-Joven P 17 Brgy. Graceville, SJDM, Bulacan Drowned 1 Baltao, Rex 34 Brgy. Bolacan, Bocaue, Bulacan Drowned 1 Brilio, Armano Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Casino, Rodel 30 Brgy. Ilang-Ilang, Guiguinto, Bulacan Drowned 1 dela Cruz, Juanita 70 Brgy Bambang, Bocaue, Bulacan Drowned Page 2 of 10
  • 19. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 Demistrosa, Ramon Brgy. Bayugo, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Eddie 4 Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Landslide 1 Erellano, Rannie Sagutao 80 Brgy Caysio, Sta Maria, Bulacan Drowned 1 Estrada, Lito Sta Romane 26 Brgy. Saog, Marilao, Bulacan Drowned 1 Gabby Brgy. Bahay Pare, Meycauyan, Drowned 1 Geronimo, Elly Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Guanzon, Alezanora Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan 1 Guanzon, Elly Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Guanzon, Roberto Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Jasmin 8 Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Landslide 1 Jasper 4 Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Landslide 1 Juliano, Benjamin 31 Brgy. Malamig, Bustos, Bulacan Drowned 1 Lacap, Ligaya 40 Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Drowned 1 Margallo, Agustin 22 Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Landslide 1 Marlon, Ervin Brgy. Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Landslide 1 Mojica, Fernando Brgy Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Nieto, Christopher 32 Brgy. Bolacan, Bocaue, Bulacan 1 Pacao, Roberto 55 Brgy. Caingin, Bocaue , Bulacan Drowned 1 Policarpio, Faustino Brgy. Saloysoy, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Portugal, Erick 19 Brgy. Sulucaon, Pob.,Bocaue, Bulacan Electrocuted 1 Posisto, Gerry Brgy. Gasak, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Puerto, Ricardo Brgy. Caingin, Bocaue, Bulacan Drowned 1 Ramos, Felomena 89 Brgy Bagbaguin, Sta Maria, Bulacan Drowned 1 San Pedro, Abet Brgy. Antipona, Bocaue, Bulacan Drowned 1 Saturnino, Furtunato Brgy. Halhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan Drowned 1 Viray, Carmelita Lacap 38 Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Drowned 1 Viray, Hermogenes L. 78 Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Drowned 5 Unidentified Body Brgy. Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan Drowned 2 Unidentified Body Hagonoy, Bulacan Drowned PAMPANGA 15 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, 1 Dela Cruz, Catalina 83 Landslide Pampanga Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, 1 Dela Cruz, Manilyn 12 Landslide Pampanga Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, 1 Dela Cruz, Marlon 11 Landslide Pampanga 1 Dela Cruz, Mary Anne 10 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Landslide 1 Dela Cruz, McGayver 6 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Landslide 1 Dela Cruz, Popoy Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat Landslide 1 Dela Cruz, Sherly (pregnant) 31 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Landslide 1 Galang, Marco 10 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Landslide 1 Galang, Mark 15 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Landslide 1 Maliwan, Reynal 11 Brgy Sta Ana Pampanga Hit by a fallen tree 1 Pascual, Geronoso Jr. Brgy San Juaquin, Pampanga Electrocuted 1 Portacio, Raiza 4 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Landslide 1 Portacio, Riza 28 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Landslide 1 Portacio, Sonny Boy Jr. 8 Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, Landslide Brgy. San Juan Banyo, Arayat, 1 Portacio, Sonnylyn 5 Landslide Pampanga REGION IV-A 101 BATANGAS 8 1 De Castro, Pablito 34 Mabalo Rosario Batangas Electrocuted 1 Funcado, Jomar 47 Calamisan Calamaca Batangas Electrocuted 1 Jacoresa, Ryan 21 Laurel Batangas Drowned 1 Libuton, Agripina 40 Caylaway, Nasugbo Batangas Due to landslide 1 Morsia, Ronel C 27 yrs. Brgy. Sinisian, Calaca, Batangas Hit by a fallen tree 1 Puerto, Ricardo 64 Pabtalan Nasugbo Batangas Drowned 1 Violeta, Randy 18 Agoncillo Batangas Drowned 1 unidentified person CAVITE 6 1 Hizon, Rhea 20 Indang, Cavite Drowned 1 Moje, Kimberly 13 Trece Martinez Cavite 1 Obania, John Marcel 10 Trece Martinez Cavite 1 Obania, Marceline 12 Trece Martinez Cavite 1 Perez, Archie 24 Brgy Salcedo, Novelete, Cavite Hit by collapsed wall 1 Perez, Caroline 28 Kawit, Cavite LAGUNA 13 Brgy Santo Angel Central, Sta Cruz, 1 Blanco, Mario Drowned Laguna 1 CCA Florencio Deguino Famy, Laguna Page 3 of 10
  • 20. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 CCA Joel Hernalin Famy, Laguna 1 CCA Pedro Multifalcon Famy, Laguna 1 CCA Reno Olagir Famy, Laguna 1 Cortez, Benedic Mabitac, Laguna 1 Cpl Adriano Rigua PA Famy, Laguna 1 David, Rafols Calamba, Laguna 1 dela Cruz, Myrna Bonon 6 Sta Rosa City, Laguna 1 dela Pena, Kyla 6 Sta Rosa City, Laguna 1 Esclano, Edemar Dumalaon 35 San Pedro, Laguna 1 Hermalin, Joel Famy, Laguna 1 Rigna, Adriano Famy, Laguna QUEZON 2 1 Lorenzo, Christopher Gen Nakar Quezon 1 Plestado, Aurelio B. 50 yrs. Poblacion, Caluag, Quezon Drowned RIZAL 72 1 Abajon, Rosallie 8 Tanay, Rizal 1 Abajon, Rosana Tanay, Rizal 1 Abajon, Roselle 12 Tanay, Rizal 1 Abajon, Rowel 10 Tanay, Rizal 1 Agno, Ferdilyn 4 mos Tanay, Rizal 1 Agno, Fernando Tanay, Rizal 1 Agno, John Lloyd 11 mos Tanay, Rizal 1 Agno, Puti Tanay, Rizal 1 Amuin, Almira Tanay, Rizal 1 Amuin, Myrna Tanay, Rizal 1 Antana, Jasmin Antipolo City 1 Antana, Jonathan Antipolo City 1 Antonio, Edwin Tanay, Rizal 1 Aranes, Apple Joy 2 Tanay, Rizal 1 Aranes, Crisanta 36 Tanay, Rizal 1 Aranes, Daisy 7 mos Tanay, Rizal 1 Ayo, Lea 33 Tanay, Rizal 1 Belardo, Jovelyn Brgy. San Roque, Angono 1 Belardo, Melisa Brgy. San Roque, Angono 1 Bitez, Garry S 35 Tanay, Rizal 1 Borado, Carla Christine 24 Tanay, Rizal 1 Buenaventura, Jeremy Brgy. San Roque, Angono 1 Calaga, Nichole Delda Antipolo City 1 Clavio, Ronalyn Valenzuela 24 Tanay, Rizal 1 Colagong, Nicole Ardales Antipolo City 1 Corales, Diego Brgy San Vicente, Angono 1 David, Harold 13 Tanay, Rizal 1 David, Patrick 72 Tanay, Rizal 1 Dela Rama, Geraldine Antipolo City 1 Delda, Nicole Calagay Antipolo City 1 Faunillo, Jo Marie Pidal Antipolo City 1 Flores, Aldre Ave Tanay, Rizal 1 Flores, Allan Paul Tanay, Rizal 1 Flores, Ana 55 Tanay, Rizal 1 Flores, Angelica May Tanay, Rizal 1 Flores, Lovely Tanay, Rizal 1 Gablani, Raquel Tanay, Rizal 1 Gedraga, Deogracia Antipolo City 1 Hagupit, Zenaida Tanay, Rizal 1 Hallado, Antonio Antipolo City 1 Helotin, Carla Christine 1 Tanay, Rizal 1 Helotin, Jonalyn 27 Tanay, Rizal 1 Helotin, KC Shane 3 Tanay, Rizal 1 Helotin, Khaila Shane 1 Tanay, Rizal 1 Icarao, Elisabeth Brgy. San Isidro, Angono 1 Icaro, Baby Brgy. San Isidro, Angono 1 Icaro, Nelson Angono 1 Jarin, Milagros 84 Tanay, Rizal 1 Lascherry, Aprilyn Caber Antipolo City 1 Lawid Vega, Anthonette Antipolo City 1 Lawid, Jackielyn Vega Antipolo City 1 Naciloan, Cristine Morong 1 Naciloan, Mark Dennis Morong 1 Naciloan, Sherlyn Morong 1 Nemerga, Lani 41 Tanay, Rizal 1 Offemaria, Eleazar 9 Tanay, Rizal Page 4 of 10
  • 21. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 Offemaria, Lea Tanay, Rizal 1 Offemaria, Lovelyn 14 Tanay, Rizal 1 Offermaria, Alexander 6 Tanay, Rizal 1 Persia, Evelyn Brgy. San Isidro, Angono 1 Ramos, Roberto Tanay, Rizal 1 Ranada, Sherwin Brgy. San Roque, Angono 1 Raymundo, Arlyn Brgy. San Isidro, Angono 1 Roque, Beth Antipolo City 1 Sayaman, Andrea Rose 7 mos Tanay, Rizal 1 Sayaman, Andrew 2 Tanay, Rizal 1 Sayaman, Andrian 3 Tanay, Rizal 1 Teresita, Anan Rose Antipolo City 1 Tubera, Victoria 48 Tanay, Rizal 1 Valenzuela, John Paul 12 Tanay, Rizal 1 Visaya, Noel Antipolo City 1 Yusabia, Lileth Rumd Antipolo City ARMM 3 SULTAN KUDARAT 3 Brgy Sangay, Kalamansig, 1 Sandayan, Monra 10 Intra Abdominal Haemorrhage Sultan Kudarat Brgy Sangay, Kalamansig, 1 Kanakan, Albaser 14 Intra Abdominal Haemorrhage Sultan Kudarat Brgy Sangay, Kalamansig, 1 Olobalang, Nasser 56 Intra Cranial Haemorrhage Sultan Kudarat GRAND TOTAL 308 INJURED REGION III 3 Punctured wound, plantar aspect 1 Berganio, Joyce 19 Pangulo, Obando Bulacan foot “R” 1 Lepora, Michelle 33 209 Panghulo, Obando, Bulacan 1 Manansala, Jesus 43 Panghulo, Obando, Bulacan Age w/ mod DHN REGION IV-A 2 1 Galicia, Reinan Sta. Cruz, Laguna 1 Garcia, Salvador Bacoor, Cavite Electrocuted CAR 2 Sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, 1 Simpoda, Marcelo 12 Landslide Benguet Sitio Kubo, Brgy Ballay, Kabayan, 1 Tobiangon, Galeba 7 Landslide Benguet NCR 301 1 Caluyog, Archie 11 Pateros DHF 1 Chaluyog, Charmel 2 Pateros URTI 54 Sanchez St. Arkong Bato, 1 Cometa, Iko 15 Valenzuela City 1 Cutidioc, Regina 4 Pasig City dorsal aspect foot, “R” 1 Dalumpins, John 8 Antipolo 1 Danong, Martin Clyde 1 Pasig City DHN 1 De Guzman, Benjie 2 Cainta Rizal y QMMC 1 De Dios, Robert 21 City QMMC 1 Fernandez, Adelina 59 aspect, 4th digit, “L” 1 Garcia, Angeline 18 Taguig 1 Lau, Angelina 65 1 Malonzo, Albert 2 San Mateo Rizal Punctured wound, right foot Lacerated wound, 3 cm, arm, 1 Nilosis, Ice 4 QC R 1 Pascoguin, John Wayne 5 DFS 1 Paymalan, rowell 16 San Mateo Rizal Age w/ mod DHN 1 Rabacal, Gerald Road 13 Bagong Ilog, Taytay Rizal QMMC 679 –c Libis st. brgy. Conception uno 1 Sisno, Jamie Marikina city 1 Sumayco, Mc dean 10 QC Deeco Bldg. Sta. Maria , Santolan 1 Vizarra, Thyson Pasig City DFS Page 5 of 10
  • 22. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 Who, Eleanor 19 1 Agunat, Arnel 17 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Alfaro, Lourdes 55 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Antuerpia, Gen 27 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Barin, Paul 25 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Bristol, Jerico 19 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Cagatin, Roly 33 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Cananay, John Christopher 6 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Casipit, Michael Jax 5 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 De Lara, Sheila 33 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Del Rosario, Ma. Elena 41 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Diaz, kyla 6 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Dumas, Ramil 28 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Enabe , Teodoro 40 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Gallego, Christopher 21 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Garcia, Rudy 53 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Status astmaticus 1 Gecijo, Clyde 17 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Lola, Judy Anne 16 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Lumot, Laysan 14 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Mahipos, Roque 51 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Masangkay, Aldrien 7 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Mateo, Joanna Marie 12 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Pacleb, Laurence 33 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Pahinago, Homer 54 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Pangilinan, Jaypee 18 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Parab Modesta 53 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Pasion, Nenita 52 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Reyes, Lourdes 62 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Sardoma, Neil 21 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Silverio, Reneth 14 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Tabora, Eduardo 24 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Punctured Wound 1 Tagora, cecillio, 9 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Tahamid, Mark 14 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Vida, Sonny 31 Las Piñas Gen Hospital Lacerated Wound 1 Abaya, Mariene Center 1 Abisan, Joseph Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Adipong, Adriane Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Aguilar, Marilyn Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Alago, Analiza Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Alcamar, Fatima Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Alcantara, Vicente Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Alebucue, Gerald 19 Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Alejandro, Harold Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Alisa, Mark Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Almania, Rafael Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Almanzar, Daniel Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ambolo, Roland Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Andros, Cosme Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Anenderon, Christiopher Provident Village Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Aniday, Purificasion Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Antonia, Alvin San Juan Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Asis, Toni Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Atam, Roman Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Auntma, Jumar Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ayala, Jose Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Azul, Tricia Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bacani, Francis Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bacay, Julie 24 Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Baguit, Lanz Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bahian, Ronte Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Balacas, Erizalde 23 Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Baldado, Elza Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bale, Randy Quezon city Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Balinodo, Cindy Quirino Memorial Medical Page 6 of 10
  • 23. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 Bandol, Jenny Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Barias, John Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Basilga Ronie Rizal Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Batay, Andalo Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bautista, Dante Antipolo Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bautista, Jomel Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Belio, Ruth Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Benedicto, Anila Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bernardino, Apolinario Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bidano, Jocelyn Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bigonia, Chilee Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Brandano, Jocelyn Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Bulah, Ronata Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Butis, Edwin Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Caballero, Morijie Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cadelina, Mario Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Canada, Philip 23 Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Capadocia, Robert 25 Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Carandang, Horminia 69 Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Caranto, Rosario Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cararoso, Peter Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cardan, Josana Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Carig, Jonathan Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Casilio, karen Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Castro, Candy Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Castro, Esperon Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Catacutan, Pio Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cembrano, Kimberly Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cervantes, Francis Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ciego, Carol Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cimafranca, Elizabeth Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Colanta, Flor Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Colipano, Jaime Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Collado, Pedro Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Colong, Myrna Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Concepcion, Maricar Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cortez, Matt Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cruz, Angela Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Cua, Richmond Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Daleeot, Carl Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Dayag, Ramon Quirino Memorial Medical 1 De Lante, Roland Quirino Memorial Medical 1 De Mariano, Alex Quirino Memorial Medical 1 De, Guzman Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Dela Cruz, Medina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Dela Rona, Rogelio Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Delon, Evelyn Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Delos Santos Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Deluna, Rolando Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Deocazia, Bobot Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Diaz, Anna Provident Village Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Doctor, Ramoncio Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Donor, Ruben Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Dospabiladeress, James Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Dreloso, Ramon Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Dublos, Vicente Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Dubois, Vincent Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ebasco, Eleanor Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ediang, Cita Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ejoc, Cardevania Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Endaya, Marie 25 Laguna Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Engalia, Jerome Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Entila, Marian 32 Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Espanola, Leo 20 Quezon city Quirino Memorial Medical Page 7 of 10
  • 24. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 Estelado, Ricka Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Eugene, Minas Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ezeterio, Edith Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Fereras, Devia Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Fernandez, Imee Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Fernando, Mara joe Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Flu Ab, Jean Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Francisco, Teresita Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Galdones, Marianne Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Galledo, Dionisio Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Gaurani, Zarisa Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Gensan, Rey 59 Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Gepos, Jose Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Giran, Rizalipo Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Gondo, Jayfen Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Gonzales, Lulu Antipolo Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Gumpaya, Josefina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Gumulan. Wilfredo Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ja Coba, Guzman Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Krugar, Teresita Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Laberque Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Labor, Raul 33 Pasig Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Labradodr, Allyn Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Lacson, Teron Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Legarje, Marcial Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Leonor, Rio Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Lion, Ricky Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Liwagon, Oscar Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Llano, Alboro Pasig Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Lozada Paola Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Lucila, Michael Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Lumpa, Ofelia Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Lynosa, Julieta Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Macano, Jose Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Macano, Vilma Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mactocinos, Trunda Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Madrejos, Ramon Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Madrid, Misuela Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Maglanza, Rommel Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Majan, Adrianne Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Majan, Adrienne Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Malaki, Yolanda Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mame, Liza Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mamoreno, Naneth 28 Sta. Mesa Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mandabanya, Ezequlle Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mangahas, Carlos Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Manlapaz, John Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mara, Fernando Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Martinez, Arcino Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Matilde, Bautista Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mecca, Christine Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mella, Christina Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Memesio, Cordero Pasig Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mendoza, Emma Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mesia, Cheseter Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Miclat, Pauline Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Minas, Eugene Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Mirona, Vizorano Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Monzera, Manuel Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Moraz, Avril Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Moreno, Michael Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Murillo, Antonio Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Navaro, Roderica Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Nazar, Ariel Quirino Memorial Medical Page 8 of 10
  • 25. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 Neri, Marie Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Niave, Armando Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Nueva, Marilyn Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Obel, Noel Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Obrar, Glen Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ocampo, Paul Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Opalsa, Pedro Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Ortiz, Michael 25 Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Pacandan Ronald Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Panganiban, Avenio Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Pangilinan, Elma Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Papa, Ana Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Patinia, Mamorito Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Penalosa, Mark Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Peralta, Virginia Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Pezica, Randy Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Pinlac, June Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Pokera, Joan Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Quenado, Mario Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Rayo, Lito Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Razal, Freddie Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Releve, Vicente Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Rewove, Vicente Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Reyes, Benedicto Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Reyes, Jake Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Rhizo, Richelle Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Risari, Ronie Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Rivera, Erlinda Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Rivero, Ryan Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Rosario, Justine Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Rovi, joile Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Rubia, Johnny Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sabordo, Alfredo 48 Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sabordo, Lloyd 17 Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Salazon, Manuel Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Saldaga, Elmer Pasig Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Saldana, Carlo Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Salvado, Nelson Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Salvador, Demee Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Samano, Albert Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Samonte, Bernadette Quirino Memorial Medical 1 San Amira, Aldonia Marikina Quirino Memorial Medical 1 San Diego, Elena Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Santos, Christopher Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sarmiento, Hormecio Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sebares, Analiza Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sebribiga, Bernardo Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sedrome, Joen Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Segui, Nelson Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sigir, Sikwende Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Simabag, Mayen Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sison, Antonio Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sobreviga, Jason Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sonabio, Candido Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Sumasaniza, Lyka Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Suniega, Dennis Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Tabangoy, Emezeri Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Talampas, Felix Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Tan, Rosalino 47 Quezon City Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Tayab, Fidez Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Teoco, Edwin Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Teron, Emcee Concepcion Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Tinalo, Janelle Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Tolitos, Aida 41 Antipolo rizal Quirino Memorial Medical Page 9 of 10
  • 26. REGION/PROVINCE/ Name Age Address Cause / Date / Remarks MUNICIPALITY/BARANGAY 1 Topaz, Renz Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Torrenta, Nadia Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Trinidad, Carmelia Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Turoiza, Christian Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Valadavid, Eliza Rodriguez Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Velma, Buenaventura Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Vicitacion, Leonilda Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Villar, Rachelle Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Zata, Chris Quirino Memorial Medical 1 Alviar, Renz 19 Caloocan City Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Asoy, Richmond 40 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Bolano, Mon 18 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Cosar, Merlina 33 Valenzuela City Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Dajotoy, Juliano 35 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Florendo 41 Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Florentino, Bruce 8 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Huit, Clavo 49 Rizal Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Karo, Eleanor 10 Rizal Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Manalo. Porcha 38 Rizal Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Mipocognid, Rico 42 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Padayao, Bryan 13 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Po, Jennifer 33 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Reginaldo, Jerry 21 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Robles,Manny 39 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 San Gabriel, Karyl 17 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center 1 Ucai, Marites 35 QC Philippine Orthopaedic Center GRAND TOTAL 37 MISSING REGION II 1 1 Ramirez, Florante 15 Ilagan, Isabela REGION I 9 1 a certain Ricky Infanta, Pangasinan 1 de Gamo, Alberto Infanta, Pangasinan 1 de Gamo, Johndel Infanta, Pangasinan 1 Mejala, Arman Infanta, Pangasinan 1 Mejala, Esterio Infanta, Pangasinan 1 Que, Wilson Infanta, Pangasinan 1 Raga, Ignacio Infanta, Pangasinan 1 Sequina, Bebot Infanta, Pangasinan 1 Villaflor, Larry Infanta, Pangasinan REGION III 7 BULACAN 1 1 Guanzon, Alezandra Brgy. Malhacan, Meycayayan, Bulacan ZAMBALES 6 Went fishing on 1 Amindain, Darmie Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Sept 23, 2009 Went fishing on 1 Amindain, Marvin Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Sept 23, 2009 Went fishing on 1 Limon, Alberto L. 32 Collat, Masinloc Sept 23, 2009 Went fishing on 1 Maca, Ronnie Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Sept 23, 2009 Went fishing on 1 Maceda, David Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Sept 23, 2009 Went fishing on 1 Miraflor, Anthony Brgy Lipay, Sta Cruz, Zambales Sept 23, 2009 REGION IV-A 20 20 unidentified persons Tanay Rizal Page 10 of 10
  • 27. Sitrep No. 27 Tab C EFFECTS OF TYPHOON "ONDOY" COST OF DAMAGES As of 13 October 2009, 5:00 AM INFRASTRUCTURE AGRICULTURE SCHOOLS CROPS (Rice and Corn) LIVESTOCKS FISHERIES FACILITIES/ TOTAL COST Region/Province/City/Municipality HVCC (Mango, (Infrastructure + ROADS/BRIDGES/ INFRASTRUCTURE/ HEALTH FACILITIES Banana, Papaya, OTHER STRUCTURES No. of Type of Type of EQUIPMENT Agriculture) Schools AMOUNT (Schools) Crops / Estimated Peso Value Estimated Peso Value Vegetables) Project/ Estimated Peso Value Species DAMAGED Damaged Livestocks GRAND TOTAL 3,684,439,529.00 6,766,046,143.00 10,450,485,672.00 TOTAL 2,539,183,375.00 941,236,420.00 408 204,019,734 5,474,738,962.00 41,068,240.00 140,595,140.00 210,827,365.00 898,816,436.00 CAR 41,050,000.00 - 33.00 11,105,000.00 - - 17,000,000.00 - 77,700,000.00 146,855,000.00 Abra 770,000.00 16 770,000.00 Benguet 9,780,000.00 6,350,000.00 16,130,000.00 UCRIIS 15,000,000.00 15,000,000.00 Ifugao 20,000,000.00 4 3,800,000.00 23,800,000.00 Kalinga 13 7,305,000.00 2,200,000.00 9,505,000.00 Mt. Province 10,500,000.00 14,800,000.00 56,350,000.00 81,650,000.00 NCR 50,000,000.00 941,236,420.00 224 136,747,734.00 - - - - - 1,127,984,154.00 20,232,534.00 914,036,420.00 0 - 934,268,954.00 Caloocan City - 22 4,660,000.00 4,660,000.00 Las Piñas City 9 7,850,000.00 7,850,000.00 Malabon City - Mandaluyong City 5 - Manila City 35 6,800,714.00 6,800,714.00 Makati City 5 409,490.00 409,490.00 Marikina City 18 5,850,000.00 5,850,000.00 Muntinlupa City 14 12,810,000.00 12,810,000.00 Paranaque City 24 18,900,000.00 18,900,000.00 Pasay City 25 9,219,250.00 9,219,250.00 Pasig City 31 37,308,780.00 37,308,780.00 Quezon City 29,767,466.00 13 22,800,000.00 52,567,466.00 RMMMC 27,200,000.00 27,200,000.00 San Juan City 1 - Taguig / Pateros 22 10,139,500.00 10,139,500.00 Valenzuela City - Region I 23,600,000.00 - 1.00 300,000.00 132,784,000.00 - 11,697,500.00 - - 168,381,500.00 Ilocos Norte 10,600,000.00 10,600,000.00 Ilocos Sur 4,300,000.00 4,300,000.00 La Union 5,000,000.00 Rice 1,802,000.00 - 6,802,000.00 Pangasinan 3,700,000.00 1 300,000.00 Rice 129,149,000.00 11,697,500.00 144,846,500.00 Corn 1,833,000.00 1,833,000.00 Region II 64,791,000.00 - 72.00 26,070,000.00 81,143,023.00 - 23,175,570.00 - 311,440,000.00 506,619,593.00 Cagayan 391,000.00 31 10,600,000.00 Rice 44,047,000.00 52,640,000.00 107,678,000.00 Corn 429,000.00 429,000.00 Isabela 7,000,000.00 Rice 1,530,000.00 3,592,000.00 47,200,000.00 59,322,000.00 Corn 962,000.00 962,000.00 Alicia - - - - Angadanan - - - - Cauayan - - - - Cabanatuan - - - - San Mateo - - - - MARIIS 35,900,000.00 35,900,000.00 Nueva Vizcaya 56,300,000.00 34 11,870,000.00 Rice 15,354,023.00 19,583,570.00 169,100,000.00 272,207,593.00 Corn 676,000.00 676,000.00 Bambang-Kasibu-Quezon-Solano RD - - Quirino Rice 7,888,000.00 6,600,000.00 14,488,000.00 Corn 10,257,000.00 10,257,000.00 DEO 1,100,000.00 1,100,000.00 Tuguegarao City 7 3,600,000.00 3,600,000.00 Region III 1,423,137,375.00 - 30.00 10,940,000.00 4,201,516,358.00 1,010,450.00 22,450,000.00 127,532,260.00 436,594,936.00 6,223,181,379.00 Aurora Rice 10,917,063.00 10,917,063.00 Corn 21,234,755.00 21,234,755.00 Milkfish, Prawn 139,868,337.00 Bataan Rice 117,516,877.00 Fishpond 355,460.00 21,996,000.00 Livestock 732,300.00 732,300.00 Tilapia, Milkfish 1,355,010,316.00 Bulacan 63,000,000.00 3 3,080,000.00 Rice 1,144,808,241.00 15,900,000.00 fishpond 78,897,075.00 49,325,000.00 Malolos City - Page 1 of 2
  • 28. INFRASTRUCTURE AGRICULTURE SCHOOLS CROPS (Rice and Corn) LIVESTOCKS FISHERIES FACILITIES/ TOTAL COST Region/Province/City/Municipality HVCC (Mango, (Infrastructure + ROADS/BRIDGES/ INFRASTRUCTURE/ HEALTH FACILITIES Banana, Papaya, OTHER STRUCTURES No. of Type of Type of EQUIPMENT Agriculture) Schools AMOUNT (Schools) Crops / Estimated Peso Value Estimated Peso Value Vegetables) Project/ Estimated Peso Value Species DAMAGED Damaged Livestocks Nueva Ecija 25,337,375.00 4 1,500,000.00 Rice 693,988,494.00 2,480,000.00 723,305,869.00 Tilapia, Milkfish, 2,926,830,817.00 Pampanga 1,302,000,000.00 2 5,590,000.00 Rice 1,379,936,092.00 5,350,000.00 Prawn fishpond 48,279,725.00 185,675,000.00 Corn 12,860,480.00 12,860,480.00 Livestock 23,000.00 23,000.00 Angeles - San Fernando City 1 150,000.00 150,000.00 UPRIIS 158,411,416.00 158,411,416.00 Tarlac 1,500,000.00 8 Rice 787,395,400.00 18,400,000.00 807,295,400.00 Livestock 255,150.00 255,150.00 Zambales 31,300,000.00 Rice 32,803,956.00 1,200,000.00 307,520.00 65,611,476.00 Corn 55,000.00 55,000.00 Olangapo City 12 620,000.00 620,000.00 Region IV-A 784,495,000.00 - 42.00 18,782,000.00 658,929,749.00 40,057,790.00 53,570,000.00 83,295,105.00 72,892,500.00 1,712,022,144.00 Tilapia Batangas 7,560,000.00 Rice 39,525,000.00 2,660,000.00 Fishcage/Fishpond 19,302,500.00 69,047,500.00 Corn 1,682,252.00 Seaweeds 45,000.00 1,727,252.00 Livestock 10,094,710.00 10,094,710.00 Service 80,000.00 Boat 80,000.00 Poultry House, 97,500.00 flying pens, pigpens 97,500.00 Cavite 8,100,000.00 33 10,007,000.00 Rice 14,815,500.00 2,610,000.00 Sugpo/Milkfish 40,180,000.00 Corn 3,474,380.00 Fishpond 4,647,500.00 3,474,380.00 Fishcage - Livestocks 629,500.00 629,500.00 Motorized Banca 425,000.00 425,000.00 Pigpens 15,000.00 15,000.00 Laguna Rice 395,200,190.00 43,500,000.00 Tilapia 449,570,570.00 Corn 1,233,258.00 Fishpond 10,870,380.00 1,233,258.00 Livestock 10,492,800.00 Fishcage 10,492,800.00 Gillnets/Fishtraps 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 NIS 17,000,000.00 17,000,000.00 Sta. Rosa City 5 - Calamba City - Quezon 3,000,000.00 Rice 8,829,750.00 1,300,000.00 Tilapia 61,409,475.00 Corn 266,526.00 Milkfish 266,526.00 Livestock 153,600.00 Prawn 48,279,725.00 153,600.00 Fishing/MBs Fishpond 40,000.00 40,000.00 Quezon - Marinduque NIS 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 Rizal 375,385,000.00 2 8,475,000.00 Rice 192,642,893.00 3,500,000.00 Seaweeds 150,000.00 580,152,893.00 Corn 1,260,000.00 1,260,000.00 Livestock 18,687,180.00 18,687,180.00 P. House + 1,235,000.00 Pigpens 1,235,000.00 Antipolo City 35,000,000.00 2 300,000.00 CIS 50,000,000.00 85,300,000.00 Baras 53,500,000.00 53,500,000.00 Tanay 301,950,000.00 301,950,000.00 Region IV-B 55,700,000.00 - 6 75,000.00 295,392,000.00 - 3,682,500.00 - 189,000.00 355,038,500.00 Marinduque 6 75,000.00 2,250,000.00 2,325,000.00 Occidental Mindoro 31,700,000.00 Rice 287,581,750.00 750,000.00 320,031,750.00 Corn 7,810,250.00 7,810,250.00 Motorized Banca 180,000.00 180,000.00 Squid Jiggers 9,000.00 9,000.00 Palawan 3,000,000.00 682,500.00 3,682,500.00 Romblon 21,000,000.00 21,000,000.00 Region V 96,410,000.00 - 0 - 104,599,832.00 - 9,019,570.00 - - 210,029,402.00 Albay 1,270,000.00 Rice 6,528,000.00 2,900,159.00 10,698,159.00 Corn 190,168.00 190,168.00 Camarines Norte 54,000,000.00 Rice 1,054,000.00 530,563.00 55,584,563.00 Camarines Sur 35,000,000.00 Rice 95,316,374.00 5,362,072.00 135,678,446.00 Corn 342,590.00 342,590.00 Catanduanes 6,140,000.00 38,571.00 6,178,571.00 Masbate Rice 930,700.00 188,205.00 1,118,905.00 Sorsogon Rice 238,000.00 238,000.00 Region IX - - 0 - 374,000.00 - - - - 374,000.00 Zamboanga Sur Rice 374,000.00 374,000.00 Page 2 of 2
  • 29. Sitrep 27 Tab D EFFECTS of Tropical Storm "ONDOY" DAMAGED HOUSES As of 13 October 2009, 5:00 AM REGION Province/Municipality DAMAGED HOUSES TOTALLY PARTIALLY GRAND TOTAL 101,278 25,259 76,019 III Sub-Total 558 565 Bulacan 366 437 Baliuag 48 250 Bocaue 28 4 Bulacan 1 2 Bustos 144 68 Meycauayan 19 Norzagaray 82 53 Obando 7 25 Plaridel 21 2 San Ildefonso 6 San Jose Del Monte 1 8 San Miguel 7 25 Sta. Maria 2 Pampanga 61 100 San Luis 4 4 Sta. Ana 6 60 Candaba 20 Guagua 10 Arayat 20 Angeles City 20 16 Minalin 1 Zambales 128 13 Botolan 128 13 Bataan 3 0 Hermosa 3 Nueva Ecija 0 15 Jaen 5 San Antonio 10 IV-A Sub-Total 11,898 21,493 Batangas 368 1,708 Agoncillo 10 43 Balayan 38 40 Batangas City 2 Bauan 1 Calaca 25 21 Laurel 25 Lemery 6 9 Lian 93 204 Lipa City 3 Mabini 10 1 Malvar 1 Mataas na Kahoy 3 414 Page 1 of 3
  • 30. REGION Province/Municipality DAMAGED HOUSES TOTALLY PARTIALLY Nasugbu 163 651 Padre Garcia 1 Rosario 1 San Juan 31 San Luis 2 San Nicolas 1 127 Sta. Teresita 1 25 Talisay 2 75 Tanauan City 13 33 Tuy 1 Laguna 2,505 3,239 Alaminos 1 9 Bay 1 130 Biñan 302 442 Calamba City 378 176 Calauan 15 Famy 55 96 Liliw 5 Los Baños 324 249 Lumban 46 84 Mabitac 59 6 Paete 2 2 Pakil 5 98 Pangil 16 15 San Pedro 12 16 Siniloan 109 220 Sta. Maria 75 1,622 Sta Rosa City 1,120 54 Cavite 226 1577 GMA 19 42 Bacoor 9 5 Cavite City 1 1 Dasmarinas 4 403 Gen Aguinaldo 2 Gen. Trias 30 9 Indang 57 Maragondon 30 114 Naic 45 832 Noveleta 12 Rosario 9 Silang Bulihan 4 Ternate 61 114 Rizal 8,767 14,946 Antipolo City 133 Baras 93 117 Binangonan 562 380 Cardona 524 181 Jala-jala 4,139 8,155 Pililla 300 San Mateo 2,493 3,818 Tanay 610 804 Page 2 of 3
  • 31. REGION Province/Municipality DAMAGED HOUSES TOTALLY PARTIALLY Taytay 59 64 Teresa 154 1,127 Quezon 32 23 Gen Nakar 30 22 Lopez 1 San Antonio 1 1 V Sub-total 0 1 Camarines Sur 0 1 Sangay 1 VI Sub-Total 193 882 Negros Occidental 193 882 Isabela 51 175 Villadolid 117 585 Sipalay 6 30 Hinigaran 2 10 Hinoba-an 17 82 IX Sub-Total 10 45 Zamboanga Del Sur 10 45 Zamboanga City 10 45 XII Sub-Total 37 75 Sultan Kudarat 34 75 Kalamansig 21 34 Palimbang 13 41 South Cotabato 3 0 Polomolok 3 NCR Sub-Total 12,563 52,958 Mandaluyong City 1 0 Pasig 499 43,030 Malabon 159 Las Pinas 3 3 Marikina City 1,083 6,748 Navotas 6,748 85 Muntinlupa City 3,839 42 Taguig 48 70 Valenzuela 35 Parañaque City 8 12 Quezon City 140 2,968 Source: OCD Regional Centers & DROMIC Page 3 of 3
  • 32. SitRep No. 27 Tab E EFFECTS OF TYPHOON "Ondoy" Cost of Assistance As of 13 October 2009, 5:00 AM Assistance Region/Province/Mun/City NDCC DSWD DOH DepEd LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL Sacks of Rice Other GRAND TOTAL 19,350 17,748,125.00 27,945,964.47 20,715,661.79 - 21,653,799.55 6,161,136.70 94,224,687.51 DOH Central Office 15,876,588.59 15,876,588.59 CAR 2,000.00 10,250.00 12,250.00 Apayao 4,250.00 4,250.00 Kabugao 4,250.00 4,250.00 Benguet 2,000.00 6,000.00 8,000.00 Kabayan 2,000.00 6,000.00 8,000.00 REGION II 18,900.00 23,800.00 42,700.00 Quirino 18,900.00 23,800.00 42,700.00 REGION III 3,800 3,558,750.00 6,780,300.34 791,455.82 - 9,570,829.30 4,344,669.90 25,046,005.36 DOH 791,455.82 791,455.82 Bulacan 3,000 2,737,500.00 2,961,351.44 - - 4,180,058.00 55,141.90 9,934,051.34 Province 500 456,250.00 1,123,100.00 1,579,350.00 Balagtas 124,200.00 124,200.00 Baliuag 150,237.00 1,384,480.00 1,534,717.00 Bustos 167,110.00 400,000.00 567,110.00 Plaridel 107,823.00 143,200.00 251,023.00 Paombong 0.00 San Miguel 100 91,250.00 410,926.44 222,612.00 724,788.44 Marilao 315,100.00 0.00 15,038.70 330,138.70 Meycauayan 0.00 494,883.00 15,038.70 509,921.70 Norzagaray 494,883.00 494,883.00 Obando 0.00 2nd District Bulacan 700 638,750.00 638,750.00 Sta. Maria 150 136,875.00 131,817.00 0.00 1,040,000.00 10,025.80 1,318,717.80 Calumpit 100 91,250.00 354,838.00 446,088.00 Guiginto 76,200.00 76,200.00 Hagonoy 50 45,625.00 45,625.00 1st District Bulacan 600 547,500.00 547,500.00 3rd District Bulacan (MDDCs) 300 273,750.00 273,750.00 Provincial Health Office 0.00 0.00 San Jose 0.00 15,038.70 15,038.70 PDCC Bulacan / Governor's Office 500 456,250.00 0.00 456,250.00 Pampanga 800 730,000.00 2,385,748.90 - - 5,067,301.30 995,860.00 9,178,910.20 2nd District Pampanga 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 3rd District 226,490.00 226,490.00 4th District Pampanga 400 365,000.00 365,000.00 Angeles City 0.00 0.00 Arayat 100 91,250.00 418,725.90 0.00 671,471.30 1,181,447.20 c/o Cong. Gonzales (3rd District) 226,490.00 226,490.00 c/o Cong. Miguel Arroyo (2nd District) 124,200.00 124,200.00 Candaba 100 91,250.00 82,800.00 366,000.00 540,050.00 Floridablanca 8,280.00 8,280.00 Guagua 103,500.00 903,343.00 281,360.00 1,288,203.00 Lubao 800,000.00 800,000.00 Macabebe 41,400.00 600,000.00 641,400.00 Page 1 of 5
  • 33. Assistance Region/Province/Mun/City NDCC DSWD DOH DepEd LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL Sacks of Rice Other Masantol 41,400.00 250,000.00 390,000.00 681,400.00 Mexico 82,800.00 82,800.00 Minalin 103,500.00 80,000.00 183,500.00 San Fernando City 109,116.00 31,500.00 140,616.00 San Luis 62,100.00 62,100.00 San Simon 447,885.00 250,000.00 126,000.00 823,885.00 Sta. Ana 39,808.00 863,950.00 42,500.00 946,258.00 Sta. Rita 27,600.00 27,600.00 Sto. Tomas 267,254.00 223,437.00 156,000.00 646,691.00 Zambales 0 - 595,200.00 - - 299,470.00 3,293,668.00 4,188,338.00 Botolan 595,200.00 299,470.00 3,293,668.00 4,188,338.00 Nueva Ecija - - - 838,000.00 - - 24,000.00 - 862,000.00 c/o 4th District 838,000.00 838,000.00 Jaen 24,000.00 24,000.00 Bataan 100 - 91,250.00 - - - - 91,250.00 MDCC Bataan 100 91,250.00 91,250.00 REGION IV-A 8,200 7,482,500.00 11,210,943.03 3,616,226.38 - 7,107,073.00 5,424.30 29,422,166.71 DOH 3,616,226.38 3,616,226.38 Batangas 1,700 1,551,250.00 453,713.50 - - 69,321.00 - 2,074,284.50 Calaca 213,713.50 22,441.00 236,154.50 PDCC Batangas 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 1st District of Batangas 1,000 912,500.00 912,500.00 3rd District of Batangas 500 456,250.00 46,880.00 503,130.00 Lipa City 80,000.00 80,000.00 Batangas City 80,000.00 80,000.00 Tanauan City 80,000.00 80,000.00 Laguna 2,200 2,007,500.00 4,028,215.00 - - 7,037,752.00 - 13,073,467.00 c/o 1st District 407,576.00 407,576.00 c/o 2nd District 0.00 c/o 3rd District 0.00 c/o 4th District 0.00 PDCC Laguna 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 Los Baños 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 Cabuyao 97,500.00 3,000,000.00 3,097,500.00 Bay 384,000.00 384,000.00 Sta. Rosa City 200 182,500.00 190,076.00 1,037,752.00 1,410,328.00 Calamba City 200 182,500.00 150,000.00 3,000,000.00 3,332,500.00 Paete 100 91,250.00 18,530.50 109,780.50 Pangil 100 91,250.00 91,250.00 Sinoloan 100 91,250.00 91,250.00 Sta Cruz 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 San Pedro 200 182,500.00 992,752.00 1,175,252.00 Cabuyao 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 Biñan 200 182,500.00 297,150.00 479,650.00 Mabitac 200 182,500.00 495,300.00 677,800.00 Pakil 100 91,250.00 91,250.00 Famy 611,330.50 611,330.50 Kalayaan 52,500.00 52,500.00 Sta. Maria 52,500.00 52,500.00 Victoria 279,000.00 279,000.00 Rizal 2,700 2,463,750.00 5,688,014.53 - - - 5,424.30 8,157,188.83 w/o breakdown 184,500.00 184,500.00 1st District Antipolo 500 456,250.00 456,250.00 Page 2 of 5
  • 34. Assistance Region/Province/Mun/City NDCC DSWD DOH DepEd LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL Sacks of Rice Other 2nd District Rizal 500 456,250.00 456,250.00 Antipolo City 100 91,250.00 1,487,200.00 1,578,450.00 Angono 60,000.00 60,000.00 Baras 83,450.00 83,450.00 BDCC Balete 50 45,625.00 45,625.00 BDCC Binmaley 50 45,625.00 45,625.00 Binangonan 200 182,500.00 69,300.00 251,800.00 Cainta 200 182,500.00 1,685,774.00 1,868,274.00 Cardona 150,000.00 150,000.00 Pililla 150,000.00 150,000.00 PDCC Rizal 200 182,500.00 5,424.30 187,924.30 Rodriguez 200 182,500.00 7,190.00 189,690.00 San Mateo 200 182,500.00 681,060.00 863,560.00 Jala-Jala 180,600.00 180,600.00 Tanay 500 456,250.00 465,000.00 921,250.00 Taytay 483,940.53 483,940.53 Cavite 1,500 1,368,750.00 916,000.00 - - - - 2,284,750.00 Bacoor 200 182,500.00 6,000.00 188,500.00 Carmona 86,000.00 86,000.00 Cavite City 205,000.00 205,000.00 Dasmariñas 100 91,250.00 91,250.00 Gen. Aguinaldo 260,500.00 260,500.00 GMA 6,000.00 6,000.00 Imus 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 Kawit 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 Maragondon 100 91,250.00 52,500.00 143,750.00 Naic 3,000.00 3,000.00 Noveleta 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 PDCC Cavite 200 . 182,500.00 182,500.00 Rosario 100 91,250.00 91,250.00 Silang 45,000.00 45,000.00 Tagaytay City 160,000.00 160,000.00 Ternate 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 Trece Matirez City 92,000.00 92,000.00 Quezon 100 - 91,250.00 125,000.00 - - - - 216,250.00 PDCC Quezon 100 91,250.00 91,250.00 Gen. Nakar 62,500.00 62,500.00 Infanta 62,500.00 62,500.00 REGION IV-B 0 0.00 84,000.00 889,952.75 973,952.75 Occidental Mindoro 0 - 84,000.00 - - 889,952.75 - 973,952.75 Magsaysay 84,000.00 12,000.00 96,000.00 San Jose 223,800.00 223,800.00 Rizal 3,000.00 3,000.00 Palauan 900.00 900.00 Lubang 80,952.75 80,952.75 Calintaan 2,000.00 2,000.00 Sablayan 567,300.00 567,300.00 REGION V 0 - 196,467.10 368,535.00 - 8,500.00 - 573,502.10 DOH 368,535.00 368,535.00 Camarines Sur 0 - 156,787.50 - - - - 156,787.50 Lagonoy 123,187.50 123,187.50 Pasacao (strandees) 33,600.00 33,600.00 Masbate 0 - 39,679.60 - - 4,250.00 - 43,929.60 San Pascual 39,679.60 4,250.00 43,929.60 Catanduanes 0 - - - - 4,250.00 - 4,250.00 Bato 4,250.00 4,250.00 Page 3 of 5
  • 35. Assistance Region/Province/Mun/City NDCC DSWD DOH DepEd LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL Sacks of Rice Other REGION VI 0 - 36,600.00 62,856.00 - - - 99,456.00 DOH 62,856.00 62,856.00 Negros Occidental 0 - 36,600.00 - - - - 36,600.00 Villadolid 18,300.00 18,300.00 Hinoba-an 18,300.00 18,300.00 REGION IX 0 - 250,000.00 - - 250,000.00 - 500,000.00 Zamboanga del Sur 0 - 250,000.00 - - 250,000.00 - 500,000.00 Zamboanga City 250,000.00 - 250,000.00 500,000.00 NCR 7,150 6,524,375.00 8,856,754.00 - - 3,701,994.50 1,811,042.50 20,894,166.00 NCR (Congresswoman Cinchona Cruz-Gonzalez) 300 273,750.00 0.00 273,750.00 Cong Villanueva - CIBAC 300 273,750.00 273,750.00 Caloocan 100 91,250.00 1,009,690.00 1,100,940.00 Quezon City 894,707.00 894,707.00 Quezon City (Brgy Batasan) 100 91,250.00 246,650.00 337,900.00 Quezon City - (c/o Sec Norberto Gonzales) 500 456,250.00 456,250.00 Parañaque City 500 456,250.00 491,455.00 250,000.00 1,197,705.00 1st District Paranaque 500 456,250.00 456,250.00 2nd Dist Paranaque 500 456,250.00 456,250.00 Pateros 200 182,500.00 153,921.00 336,421.00 Pasig City 921,605.00 0.00 921,605.00 Las Piñas City 12,852.00 261,712.00 274,564.00 Makati City 15,000.00 15,000.00 Mandaluyong City 31,950.00 1,803,027.50 1,834,977.50 Manila City 50 45,625.00 1,131,646.00 1,177,271.00 Marikina City 1,529,015.00 1,529,015.00 Valenzuela City 50 45,625.00 217,973.00 263,598.00 Malabon City 100 91,250.00 123,864.50 610,605.00 1,803,027.50 2,628,747.00 Navotas City 515,000.00 Paranaque City 462,470.00 8,015.00 Muntinlupa City 800 730,000.00 123,864.50 853,864.50 Pasay City 100 91,250.00 31,904.00 123,154.00 San Juan City 50 45,625.00 33,210.00 78,835.00 Taguig City 1,200 1,095,000.00 568,192.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,663,192.00 c/o DOE 1,000 912,500.00 912,500.00 Other Offices 138,635.00 Partylist 979,800.00 Lone Dist. Muntinlupa City 500 456,250.00 456,250.00 NCR (Bayan Muna Party List) 300 273,750.00 273,750.00 REGION X 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 Lanao del Norte 200 182,500.00 - - - - - 182,500.00 MDCC Munai 200 182,500.00 182,500.00 ARMM 0 0.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 Maguindanao 0 - 200,000.00 - - - - 200,000.00 Sultan Kudarat 200,000.00 200,000.00 REGION XII 0 0.00 310,000.00 91,400.00 401,400.00 Sultan Kudarat 0 - 275,000.00 - - 86,400.00 - 361,400.00 Kalamansig 237,500.00 86,400.00 323,900.00 Palimbang 37,500.00 Page 4 of 5
  • 36. Assistance Region/Province/Mun/City NDCC DSWD DOH DepEd LGUs NGOs/Other GOs TOTAL Sacks of Rice Other South Cotabato 0 - 35,000.00 - - 5,000.00 - 40,000.00 Polomolok 35,000.00 5,000.00 40,000.00 Page 5 of 5