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Local Government Unit (LGU) and Academe Partnership for Responsive e-Disaster Systems

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Presented last Nov. 25, 2010 in Bali, Indonesia, participating in the KOMMIT symposium organized by Gunadarma University.

Presented last Nov. 25, 2010 in Bali, Indonesia, participating in the KOMMIT symposium organized by Gunadarma University.

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  • It is also the changing mindset brought about by learning, new & better skills and enriched experiences. Each community has its own set of local wisdom.
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    • 1. Local Government Unit (LGU) and Academe Partnership for Responsive e-Disaster Systems
      Maria Victoria Pineda
      College of Computer Studies
      De La Salle University
      Manila, Philippines
      E-mail: mavic.pineda@delasalle.ph
      24-26 November 2010
      Bali, Indonesia
    • 2. Some of the De La Salle Bldgs
      DLSU was built in 1911
      St. La Salle Hall
      Andrew Gonzalez Hall
      Ampitheatre
      Yuchengco Hall
      Most Blessed Sacrament Chapel
    • 3. ICT is a “dominant and vibrant force that led to diffusion and application in a nation’s development”.
      (Mohktar, 2007)
    • 4. In developing countries--
    • 5. REDUCTION/
      ELIMINATION
      OF RISKS &
      VULNERABILITIES
      EDUCATION &
      TRAINING
      RESEARCH
      ICT
      SOLUTIONS
    • 6. Experiences of developed & developing countries are incomparable! 
    • 7. Center for ICT for Development (CITe4D)
      Community-based
      disaster risk reduction
    • 8. E-VAS: Volunteer management system for the Phil National Red Cross- finished, Dec 2009
      ZOURANOUZ: Disaster coordination system for NDCC- finished, Dec 2009
      SAGIP: VMS extension with emphasis on Relief Goods Management and Distribution- finished, April 2010
      MASIKAN- A social networking system for reinforcing disaster preparedness
      SAWATAIN: Flood prediction using disaster mapping for mitigation- finished, Aug 2010
      Recent DM Projects
    • 9. Present Situation in the Country
      • National DRR Bill –
      The Phil DRRMS Act of 2010
      Finally signed by the Pres.
      last May 27, 2010
      "The events (Typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng) have really shown the fact that indeed Local Government Units (LGUs) must take the lead in disaster risk management even in rescue and relief because the different topographies, the different conditions of the local governments cannot be managed and cannot be foreseen by the national government."
      – Gilbert Teodoro, former DND secretary
      Source: FACE TO FACE: 100 Local Government Champions vs 4 Presidential Contenders
    • 10.
    • 11. The system predicts the risk level of the municipalities in the province in terms of potential flood height , number of people and families that might be affected in each town and inform important agencies such as the local government units, the office of the governor, and government agencies.
      System Description
    • 12.
    • 13.
    • 14.
    • 15. D
      D
      D
      D
      Angat Dam
      Angat Dam
      D
      D
      Bustos Dam
      Bustos Dam
      Ipo Dam
      Ipo Dam
      Mitigation
      Profiling and Reporting System
      Disaster Mapping
      Disaster Education
      Preparedness
      Disaster Mapping
      Early Warnings/ Forecasting
      Information Dissemination
      Response
      Early Warnings
      Forecast Reports
      Administrator
      Mitigation
      Profiling and Reporting System
      Disaster Mapping
      Disaster Education
      Preparedness
      Disaster Mapping
      Early Warnings/ Forecasting
      Information Dissemination
      Response
      Early Warnings
      Forecast Reports
      Administrator
      Historical Data Map PHP MySQL Server SMS
      Historical Data Map PHP MySQL Server SMS
      Tools
      Tools
      Disaster Mapping
      Disaster Mapping
      SAN RAFAEL
      Number of Families:
      Available Evacuations
      Centers:
      Volunteers:
      Rescue Team
      Contact Offices:
      SAN RAFAEL
      Number of Families:
      Available Evacuations
      Centers:
      Volunteers:
      Rescue Team
      Contact Offices:
      PDMC Administrator and Staff
      Relief Operators
      Volunteer Groups
      Rescue Team
      LGUs
      PDMC Administrator and Staff
      Relief Operators
      Volunteer Groups
      Rescue Team
      LGUs
      Location: Barasoain Elementary School
      Estimated flood height: 4ft. If rain continues to fall for 5hrs.
      Location: Barasoain Elementary School
      Estimated flood height: 4ft. If rain continues to fall for 5hrs.
      SAN RAFAEL
      Disaster Preparedness Training will be conducted on December 10.
      SAN RAFAEL
      Disaster Preparedness Training will be conducted on December 10. click here for details
    • 16. System Modules
    • 17. System Architecture
    • 18.
    • 19. Source: http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/p/partnership.asp
    • 20. The main challenge for developing countries would be to cascade the national policies on disaster management to local disaster preparedness and mitigation plans.
      Magno and Rafisura, 2007
    • 21. The need to determine the real needs of the resources of the community;
      The localized systems approach is imperative!
      In developing e-disaster solutions
    • 22.
    • 23. TerimahKasih!
      Maria Victoria Pineda
      E-mail: mavic.pineda@delasalle.ph

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