Deepening community
preparedness and
resilience
Data, nuance, and drive towards
increasing local capacities in Ph

by DILG...
State of Disaster?
World Disaster Impacts 2000-2012 (UNSIDR)
 Trillion – USD 1.7 in damages
 Billion – 2.9 people affect...
Damage and losses: Ondoy and
Pepeng (in PhP million)
Sector

Damage

Losses

Total

Productive sectors

557.8

2,661.7

3,...
Damage and losses: Ondoy and
Pepeng (in PhP million)

Private
Sector
90% of total
damage and
losses

Productive
& social
s...
Source: Aquino, n.d.
State of Disaster? (UNSIDR)
Program Target
Policy-Enabled Environment
Points of
complementation
(Risk
Assessments)

DRRM

RA
10121

Point of
integration
(CLUP/CDP)

...
Capacity
Development &
Awareness

Sustainability
Resilient &
Climate-adaptive
Communities

Organization &
Leadership
Polic...
ROLE of LCE/LDRRM Office
Prevention & Mitigation

Recovery

LCE/DDRM
Officer:
Organize, train
and directly
supervise

Lead...
Academic research and
extension services
• Training of LGUs, including barangays,
on understanding geo-hazard maps
• Capac...
One Month: One Action
• Multi-Hazard
risk
assessment
and
mapping

•Establish
and operate
an end-toend early
warning
system...
“It is better to prepare and
prevent , than to repair and
repent.”

~ Ezra Taft Benson
Thank you.

@ResilientLGUs

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International Research Forum - “Local Governance and Accountability: The Mitigating Factor” by USEC. AUSTERE A. PANADERO Undersecretary, Department of Interior & Local Government

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INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH FORUM on Local Governance and Accountability in Environmental Protection, Disaster Risk Reduction Management, and Sustainable Development held on Oct. 16-18, 2013 at Catanduanes State University and ARDCI Corporate Inn. The activity was jointly undertaken by CSU, Department of Interior and Local Government - Local Government Academy, and Local Governance Training and Research Institutes Philippine Network (LoGoTRI-PhilNet).

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International Research Forum - “Local Governance and Accountability: The Mitigating Factor” by USEC. AUSTERE A. PANADERO Undersecretary, Department of Interior & Local Government

  1. 1. Deepening community preparedness and resilience Data, nuance, and drive towards increasing local capacities in Ph by DILG Usec. Austere A. Panadero 2013 International Research Forum Catanduanes State University, VIrac, Catanduanes PH October 16, 2013
  2. 2. State of Disaster? World Disaster Impacts 2000-2012 (UNSIDR)  Trillion – USD 1.7 in damages  Billion – 2.9 people affected  Million – 1.2 people killed PHL Disaster Impacts 1900-2013 [Top 10 disasters total only] (UNSIDR) 5.1 B in damages  45,418,734 people affected  25,011 people killed The Philippines is ranked 3rd (formerly 8th) amongst countries most exposed and vulnerable to disasters (United Nations University’s Institute for Environment and Human Security and the German Alliance Development Works)
  3. 3. Damage and losses: Ondoy and Pepeng (in PhP million) Sector Damage Losses Total Productive sectors 557.8 2,661.7 3,219.5 Social sectors 706.5 212.5 919.0 Infrastructure 181.1 56.2 237.3 6.3 0.9 7.1 68,228.4 137,770.3 205. 998.7 Local government Total (1USD = 47PhP) Source: Typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng: Post-Disaster Needs Assessment, n.d.
  4. 4. Damage and losses: Ondoy and Pepeng (in PhP million) Private Sector 90% of total damage and losses Productive & social sectors Public Sector 95% of total damage and losses 10% of total damage and losses Source: Typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng: Post-Disaster Needs Assessment, n.d.
  5. 5. Source: Aquino, n.d.
  6. 6. State of Disaster? (UNSIDR)
  7. 7. Program Target
  8. 8. Policy-Enabled Environment Points of complementation (Risk Assessments) DRRM RA 10121 Point of integration (CLUP/CDP) PSF RA 10174 CCA RA 9729
  9. 9. Capacity Development & Awareness Sustainability Resilient & Climate-adaptive Communities Organization & Leadership Policy Enforcement Planning & Financing Takes leadership and advocates SHARED communal responsibility Prevention & Mitigation Preparedness Roadmap *As determined in the March 2013 National DRRM Summit Response Rehabilitation & Recovery
  10. 10. ROLE of LCE/LDRRM Office Prevention & Mitigation Recovery LCE/DDRM Officer: Organize, train and directly supervise Lead Coordinate Manage Response Research and Development Preparedness Staff 3: Operations & Warning Staff 1: Administration & Training Staff 2: Research & Planning
  11. 11. Academic research and extension services • Training of LGUs, including barangays, on understanding geo-hazard maps • Capacity-building in LGU-specific LDRRM and LCCAP plans, and CLUPs, including inter-LGU complementation • Quality standards for assessing LGU plans and budgets, and initiating participatory results-based M&E
  12. 12. One Month: One Action • Multi-Hazard risk assessment and mapping •Establish and operate an end-toend early warning system Disaster Preparedness Disaster Rehabilitation and Recovery • Livelihood, Health care and wellness programs Prevention and Mitigation Disaster Response •Monitor & mobilize local entities
  13. 13. “It is better to prepare and prevent , than to repair and repent.” ~ Ezra Taft Benson
  14. 14. Thank you. @ResilientLGUs Template Provided By:
  15. 15. References Aquino, Ives. 2013. Most Destructive Typhoons in the Philippines (Infographic list). Accessed 14 October 2013, from Infographic List: http://infographiclist.com/2013/09/23/most-destructivetyphoons-in-the-philippines-infographic/. Typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng: Post-Disaster Needs Assessment. n.d. Accessed 14 October 2013, from Reliefweb: http://reliefweb.int/report/philippines/typhoons-ondoy-andpepeng-post-disaster-needs-assessment. WWF and BPI Foundation, Inc. 2012. Business Risk Assessment and the Management of Climate Change Impacts. Accessed 23 September 2013, from World Wide Fund: http://wwf.org.ph/wwf3/downloads/publications/bramcci2.pdf.

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