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9 philippines typhoon_haiyan_lessons_learned_enabling_communities_through_preparedness_and_partnerships

  1. 1. Living with Lessons from Haiyan/Yolanda Ramon R. Isberto, Smart Communications, Inc. WGET-ICT Humanitarian Innovation Forum United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Luxembourg City 10 April 2014
  2. 2. Weddings. More fun in the Philippines
  3. 3. Haiyan / Yolanda from the Sky
  4. 4. Haiyan / Yolanda from the Sky
  5. 5. ‘Yolanda Avenue’
  6. 6. ‘Yolanda Avenue’ • 6,268 Dead • 28,689 Injured • 1,700 Missing • 14 million people affected • 4 million displaced • 1.0 million homes damaged or destroyed
  7. 7. 315 kph
  8. 8. Tacloban: Before and After
  9. 9. Tacloban coast line
  10. 10. Tacloban Street Scene
  11. 11. Tacloban Street Scene
  12. 12. Tacloban Street Scene
  13. 13. Tacloban Street Scene
  14. 14. None of our people were hurt !!!
  15. 15. Ronnel Latayan, Smart Engineer
  16. 16. Day 3: Network Status Report COVERAGE PER MUNICIPALITY As of NOV 10, 2014 Province Grand Total Aklan 82% Antique 94% Biliran 25% Bohol 100% Capiz 59% Cebu 92% Eastern Samar 24% Guimaras 100% Iloilo 80% Leyte 49% Negros Occidental 91% Negros Oriental 100% Northern Samar 95% Samar (W. Samar) 62% Southern Leyte 100% Total 81.00% Palawan 80% Available 75- 100% About 50 – 75% available About 25 – 50% Out
  17. 17. COVERAGE PER MUNICIPALITY As of DEC 08, 2014 Province Grand Total Aklan 100% Antique 100% Biliran 100% Bohol 100% Capiz 100% Cebu 100% Eastern Samar 100% Guimaras 100% Iloilo 100% Leyte 100% Negros Occidental 100% Negros Oriental 100% Northern Samar 100% Samar (W. Samar) 100% Southern Leyte 100% Total 100.00% Palawan 100% Available 75- 100% About 50 – 75% available About 25 – 50% Out Day 30: Linkages to all municipalities RESTORED
  18. 18. The day after, we flew in people and equipment on the 1st C-130 to Tacloban
  19. 19. 4-fold mission •Network restoration •Communicationssupport • Communications as relief •Relief operations
  20. 20. 1. RELIEF/ RESTORE
  21. 21. 120 satellite phones deployed to ovt and relief agencies, and, for our repair teams Communications Support:
  22. 22. FREE CALLS with Sat Phones
  23. 23. Focus on restoring Transmission links
  24. 24. 300 mbps Internet connection For the UN and Other relief agencies
  25. 25. Restore banking services
  26. 26. IN 30 DAYS Restore
  27. 27. Communications As relief
  28. 28. Communications As relief Free »Calls »SMS bundles »Mobile phones »Charging
  29. 29. • Disaster logistics
  30. 30. The vulnerable Islands of Central Philippines
  31. 31. 2-Track Strategy • Strengthen internal logistics capabilities • Strengthen partnerships with those who can bring to or already have logistics assets in different parts of the country
  32. 32. • Take care of your people
  33. 33. Smart wins GSMA award for “Best use of mobile for emergency or humanitarian efforts”
  34. 34. 2. REBUILD
  35. 35. • Remap
  36. 36. • Redesign
  37. 37. • Redesign
  38. 38. 3. RETHINK
  39. 39. The New Normal
  40. 40. Snow storms in the US
  41. 41. Floods in the UK
  42. 42. Prepare for the unexpected.
  43. 43. FLEXIBILITY
  44. 44. Building Flexibility •Fortify the regions •Strengthen partnerships
  45. 45. ‘Yolanda Avenue’
  46. 46. ‘Yolanda Avenue’
  47. 47. Making Cebu Disaster-Resilient
  48. 48. Making Cebu Disaster-Resilient NOAH’S ARK CEBU TRAINING, March 27-28, 2014
  49. 49. Bohol Earthquake August 2014
  50. 50. A 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Metro Manila could kill around 50,000 people due to the direct impact of the tremor and the resulting fires. Metro Manila Earthquake Impact Reduction Study (MMEIRS)
  51. 51. Why is it more fun in the Philippines?
  52. 52. We got them all! • Typhoons • Floods • Landslides • Debris Flows • Volcanic eruptions • Lahar Flows • Earthquakes • Tsunamis
  53. 53. If you have a cool disaster communications technology that you want to stress test, bring it to the Philippines!
  54. 54. World-class in disasters The Philippines:
  55. 55. World-class in disasters World-class in disaster preparedness The Philippines:
  56. 56. THANK YOU!
  57. 57. Living with Lessons from Haiyan/Yolanda Ramon R. Isberto, Smart Communications, Inc. WGET-ICT Humanitarian Innovation Forum United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Luxembourg City 10-11 April 2014

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