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# Mathematical equation on building a nation after disaster or war

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### Mathematical equation on building a nation after disaster or war

1. 1. Nation Build™Training Series
2. 2. If x + y = z If w is unknown nation build What is the mathematical equation for w?
3. 3.  Concern  Performance Indicator  Approach for Resolution
4. 4.  ProblemAnalysis  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
5. 5.  Past  What is the fault?
6. 6.  Present  Correct the future
7. 7.  Future  Prevent faults
8. 8.  The Zamboanga City is in war
9. 9. Total Cost of Damage = Area in sqm of all affected places in Zamboanga X approximate damages per area + total population without means of Livelihood due to war X approximate losses in earnings
10. 10.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
11. 11.  1 thousand families became homeless  126,607 internally displaced people
12. 12. Number of damaged home X cost of each home + total homeless population X cost of recovery per person (evacuation center space cost and relief cost for the duration of the recovery until they can return to their home
13. 13.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
14. 14.  How to find people still missing and the number still increasing
15. 15. Number of missing people
16. 16.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
17. 17.  Increasing death toll due to firing, and shooting, and house fire
18. 18. Number of people dead
19. 19.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
20. 20.  There is no integrating mechanism for distribution among needy areas 5.1 Some areas are able to get their supplies while others have not been reached 5.2 Families in evacuation centers are now getting sick due to lack of food, water, medicine and beddings.
21. 21. Cost of developing a national distribution system for relief operations throughout the country + Cost of designing systems in evacuation centers
22. 22.  ProblemAnalysis on 5.1 and 5.2  DecisionAnalysis on 5.1 and 5.2  Potential Problem Analysis on 5.1 and 5.2
23. 23. Potential typhoon and victims getting sick of diarrhea, leptospirosis and other diseases.
24. 24. Number of victims getting sick
25. 25.  ProblemAnalysis  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
26. 26.  People may become unruly.They rush, push and they try their best to be first in their desperate plea for helping in getting food for the family.
27. 27. Amount of time unproductive due to unruly process.
28. 28.  ProblemAnalysis  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
29. 29.  Mounds of garbage are found in streets are starting to stink and are adding to the causes of illnesses among the residents.
30. 30. Amount of garbage to be collected per area X number of unpassable areas
31. 31.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
32. 32.  Damages to agriculture in Zamboanga.
33. 33. Area in hectares of destroyed agricultural lands X approximate lands X approximate damage in crops per hectare + total population of farmers with no land to plant X approximate losses in earnings
34. 34.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
35. 35.  Damages to infrastructure have been increasing
36. 36. Total cost of all infrastructure destroyed
37. 37.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
38. 38.  A future rice shortage is being forecasted by Department of Agriculture due to these damages.
39. 39. Forecasted damage per area given strength of typhoon X area expected to be hit
40. 40.  Potential ProblemAnalysis
41. 41.  There is a need to allocate proper residential zones and vacant zones for floodways and spillways.
42. 42. Cost of zoning
43. 43.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
44. 44.  There is an impeding super typhoon to hit the Northeastern part of the country in two days.
45. 45. Forecasted damage per area given strength of typhoon X area expected to be hit
46. 46.  Potential ProblemAnalysis
47. 47.  Sustained average of knee-deep flooding in some areas NCR and Northern Luzon since Sept 26, 2009 to present.
48. 48. Total cost of damages = Area in sqm of all flooded places in the affected cities and region X approximate damages per area +total population without means of livelihood due to floods X approximate losses in earnings
49. 49.  ProblemAnalysis  DecisionAnalysis  Potential ProblemAnalysis
50. 50.  Informal settlers should vacate their houses in the slums
51. 51. Population of informal settlers
52. 52.  DecisionAnalysis  Potential Problem Analysis
53. 53. “This is what the Lord says: As I have brought all this great calamity on this people, so I will give them all the prosperity I have promised them.” - Jeremiah 32:42
54. 54. Authority Ethical Leadership Responsibility Everyone is a stakeholder Accountability We are all accountable to what happen in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao NATION BUILD™ PROCESS
55. 55. If x + y = z If w is nation build What is the mathematical equation for w?
56. 56. W= nation build X+Y = Z XY + Strategy =Vision