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Volunteers unload food packs for Aurora province

Volunteers unload food packs for Aurora province

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) continues to monitor the situation of areas affected by Tropical Depression Chedeng and is ready to augment the resources of local government units (LGUs) when necessary.

Earlier, DSWD-Field Office III transported some 1,100 family food packs to Aurora province. Around 2,880 family food packs also arrived at the Field Office earlier today from the National Resource Operations Center (NROC) in Pasay City.  Staff of the Field Office also continue to repack goods.

In Cagayan Valley, the DSWD-Field Office II reported that evacuees who were pre-emptively evacuated have started to return home.

By noon today, the evacuation centers in Maconacon, Isabela have been closed. Likewise, the 176 family-evacuees in Dinapigue, Isabela are also returning to their homes.

In the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), the DSWD-Field Office CAR reported that ‘Chedeng’ has not caused any damage in the region.  The Field Office has already terminated its disaster operations this morning.

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has allowed travel as long as travelers take extreme caution especially in navigating through landslide and flashflood prone areas.

It also advised the public to keep persons with disabilities, older persons, and children in safer grounds as rains brought by ‘Chedeng’ can still cause flooding. ###

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DSWD disaster teams out to assist families affected by ‘Chedeng’

With Tropical Depression Chedeng hitting land in the Isabela-Aurora area this morning, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) reported that  some 431 families from the towns of Dinapigue, Divilacan, and Maconacon are now staying in 16 evacuation centers, as of 3 am today.

Most of the families were pre-emptively evacuated starting yesterday since their houses are located in low lying and coastal areas.

In Aurora, DSWD-Field Office III reported that 17 evacuation centers were opened and provided temporary shelter to some 258 families who were pre-emptively evacuated. As of 9 am today, these families have already returned home.

In other affected areas, some 75 persons were reported stranded at the Marinduque ports in Mogpog and Buac, as of 2 am today. They were attended to by concerned local government units (LGUs).

DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said that disaster teams of Field Offices along the tropical depression’s path are now on the ground to assist LGUs in disaster relief operations and management of evacuation centers.

The Search, Rescue and Retrieval Cluster of the Response Pillar under the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has deployed communications teams in Dinapigue, Casiguran, Dilasag, and Dipaculao in Aurora province to ensure that communication in these remote towns will not be cut.

In a meeting with the cluster-members of the Response Pillar at the NDRRMC last night, Sec. Soliman emphasized that there is a need to advise vacationers not to travel within today, especially if they are passing along landslide and flashflood prone areas.

“We don’t want you to be hurt so please heed the call of authorities for evacuation and suspension of travel,” Sec. Soliman said.

She reiterated that DSWD disaster teams will continue to monitor the situation and assess the extent of the disaster to enable the government to provide appropriate services for the affected families. ###

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LGUs along ‘Chedeng’s’ path enforce pre-emptive evacuation

In anticipation of the landfall of Typhoon Chedeng on Sunday morning, the local government units (LGUs) of the provinces of Aurora, Isabela,  Cagayan, and Quirino will enforce pre-emptive evacuation starting this afternoon.

During the press briefing at the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council  (NDRRMC) at Camp Aguinaldo, Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera said that these provinces will be directly affected by ‘Chedeng’, hence, local authorities have advised the residents in coastal and mountainous areas to evacuate.

Asec. Cabrera urged residents along the typhoon path to heed the call for evacuation of local authorities.

Members of the Search and Rescue Cluster under the Response Pillar of the NDRRMC are ready to assist in the pre-emptive evacuation.

In Baler, Aurora around 10,000 people, including foreign and domestic tourists were asked to end their vacation and leave the area.

The national government‘s Response Pillar, namely: Camp Coordination and Camp Management; Food and Non-Food; Search, Rescue & Retrieval; Law & Order; Emergency Telecommunications; Logistics; Health; International Humanitarian Relations; and, Management of the Dead and Missing, have all been activated.

“This is to ensure that all the government agencies under the Response Pillar are ready for typhoon Chedeng,” Asec Cabrera emphasized.

Meanwhile, the repacking of relief goods is ongoing at the DSWD-National Resource Operations Center (NROC) in Pasay City. The Department’s employees and personnel of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) were mobilized as volunteers.

Asec. Cabrera also said that the government has enough relief supplies and that there is no need for international help at this time.

The NDRRMC comprising of various government agencies continues to step up its preparations, urging the public, especially residents in low lying and mountainous areas of the provinces with Public Storm Warning (PSW) signal numbers 1 and 2 to be alert against possible flashflood and landslide.

“Let us work together to achieve our goal of zero casualty,” Undersecretary Alexander Pama, head of NDRRMC, said. ###

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DSWD’s info management group ready to assist in disaster ops

Intensifying its efforts in the preparations for Typhoon Chedeng, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is also focusing its attention on providing emergency telecommunications support in areas that will be hit by the typhoon.

“In times of disasters, the need for communication is as important as the need for food. People in disaster-stricken areas need to immediately communicate with their loved ones to assure them that they are safe or to ask for help,” DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said.

To ensure the smooth flow of communication during these crucial times, staff of the DSWD’s Information Management Bureau (IMB) will be deployed to critical areas when necessary.

“In the aftermath of Typhoon ‘Yolanda,’ our IMB team provided the much-needed emergency telecommunications in the various DSWD relief hubs,” Sec. Soliman added.

In preparing for ‘Chedeng’, the Response Cluster under the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has partnered with telecommunication companies such as the Philippine Long Distance Telecommunications (PLDT) and SMART, which provided five landlines, two mobile phones, one  wireless router and three pocket wifi at the Operations Center at Camp Aguinaldo. The two companies have also committed to provide communications van ready to be deployed to affected areas.

The Response Cluster also cited that there is a need to provide Very High Frequency and High Frequency Radio equipment to ensure that communications with the hard-to-reach areas like Maconacon in Isabela and Divilacan, Dilasag, and Dilapigue in Aurora is not cut.

For emergency assistance, the public may contact the following hotline numbers of the NDRRMC:

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DSWD urges public to continue preps even as ‘Chedeng’ weakens

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) appeals to the public to continue monitoring and preparing for Typhoon Chedeng despite weather reports indicating that it has weakened.

“We ask the public, especially, those in areas along the typhoon path to continue preparing.  Even if it is not a super typhoon, ‘Chedeng’ is still expected to cause damage due to heavy rains and wind,” DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said.

In a press briefing at the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) this morning, it was reported that Typhoon Chedeng can cause massive floods and damages to the agriculture and infrastructure sectors.

“It is highly advisable that the people act with extreme caution, especially in areas that are expected to be hardest-hit like the provinces of Isabela and Aurora,” Sec. Soliman added.

DSWD disaster teams along the typhoon path remain on 24/7 duty to assist local government units (LGUs) implement pre-emptive evacuation plans.

The prepositioning of goods to cities and municipalities continues, especially in coastal and hard-to-reach areas. This is part of the strengthened government initiatives for any calamity or disaster that may hit the country.

In Ilocos Region, DSWD-Field Office I prepositioned around 28,000 family food packs to the different cities/municipalities in the provinces of Pangasinan, Ilocos Sur, and Ilocos Norte.

In Cagayan Valley, DSWD-Field Office II prepositioned 14,215 food packs to Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino, and Nueva Vizcaya.  It also sent relief goods for stockpiling to coastal municipalities of Maconacon, Divilican, and Palanan in Isabela.

In Central Luzon, DSWD-Field Office III prepositioned 3,180 family food packs to cities/municipalities of Aurora and Pampanga.

In Southern Luzon, DSWD-Field Office IV-A provided a total of 4,000 food packs for the cities/municipalities of Laguna, Rizal, and Batangas.

The DSWD-Field Office in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) prepositioned 2,000 food packs each to Kalinga and Abra, while DSWD-Field Office V provided 1,200 food packs to Catanduanes.

Other DSWD-Field Offices are also on standby and ready to provide manpower and resource augmentation to areas that will be affected. Volunteers have already been tapped and are ready for deployment.  ###

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DSWD intensifies preps for ‘Chedeng’s’ landfall

Disaster teams in all Field Offices of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) along Typhoon Chedeng’s path are ready to assist local government units (LGUs) in relief operations and management of evacuation centers once the typhoon makes landfall on Sunday.

“I have instructed all Field Offices along Typhoon Chedeng’s path to intensify their preparations to ensure the safety and well-being of families that will be affected,” DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman said.

DSWD-Field Offices have also coordinated with the Department of National Defense (DND) and Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) for the provision of additional transportation assets to ensure the speedy movement of relief augmentation to areas that will be hit by the typhoon.

In the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), the DSWD-Field Office also activated help desks in bus terminals to assist those who may be stranded.

In Bicol Region, the DSWD-Field Office reported that they have 13,000 sacks of NFA rice, 5,000 Family Kits, and P50,000 worth of canned goods ready for repacking.

The Field Offices also continue to preposition family food packs and other relief supplies at the city and municipal levels.

At the national level, DSWD has been closely coordinating and working 24/7 with the Disaster Response Cluster under the National Disaster Risk Reduction Council (NDRRMC) to monitor the typhoon, as well as prepare for its landfall.

The Cluster is composed of the DSWD, DND, Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), Department of Health (DOH), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), and the Philippine Red Cross, among others.

Under the Cluster, DSWD leads the Camp Coordination and Camp Management, Protection, and Food and Non-Food Clusters.

According to the Disaster Response Cluster, there will be some 5,619,221 families that may be affected by ‘Chedeng’ in Regions I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, VIII, CAR, and the National Capital Region (NCR).

In preparation, the Department already prepositioned 309,121 family food packs amounting to P106.6 million.

It also has transferred stand by funds amounting to P19.72 million to Field Offices I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, VIII, NCR and CAR for the purchase of emergency relief supplies. Likewise, the Department has an available Quick Response Fund (QRF) worth P913,751,855.

Additional QRF of P18 million has been sub-alloted to Field Offices I, II, III, IV A and B, V, VIII and CAR. ###

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DSWD continues to be on full alert over ‘Chedeng’

Even with the slight weakening of Typhoon Chedeng,  the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) along with other member-agencies of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) remain on full alert over the possible effects of the typhoon.

In  a press briefing at Camp Aguinaldo this morning, Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera, DSWD’s focal person for disaster response, reported that the different members of  the Response Cluster of NDRRMC have been activated and are ready to respond to any situation that  ‘Chedeng’ might bring.

She added that all the members of the response cluster were able to provide orders or directives to their regional, provincial, and municipal teams to get ready and coordinate with the local government teams.

For instance, she said that monitoring teams were deployed in airports, ports and terminals to provide immediate aid to people who will be stranded.

She further stated that in case Typhoon Chedeng’s impact becomes huge, the Department will implement the ‘twin region’ scheme wherein DSWD-Field Offices not affected by the typhoon will provide manpower and resource augmentation to those directly hit.  ###

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DSWD assures enough relief supplies for ‘Chedeng’

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) continues to preposition relief supplies and rice packs at the provincial, municipal and city levels to ensure the faster delivery of aid to families that will be affected by Typhoon Chedeng.

“We have enough stockpile of relief goods to augment the resources of local government units (LGU) along the typhoon path as well as standby funds to purchase emergency relief supplies,” DSWD Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman assured.

As part of government preparations, DSWD has prepositioned 300,790 family food packs worth P105.73 million in all the Field Offices along the typhoon path, including some 98,147 packs at the National Resource Operations Center (NROC) in Pasay City. It has also earmarked a standby funds amounting to P19.72 million.

Likewise, a stockpile of food and non-food items worth P170.46 million is available for distribution to affected LGUs.

At least nine regions, namely: I, II, III, IVA, IVB, V, VIII, Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and the National Capital Region (NCR) will be hit by  ‘Chedeng’, which is forecasted to be making a landfall in the eastern coast of Samar, Quezon or in Isabela by late Saturday (April 4) to early Sunday (April 5).

“To ensure immediate relief distribution to affected LGUs, data generation, as well as management of evacuation centers, the DSWD field offices along the path of the typhoon have activated their Quick Response and Disaster Teams which will operate 24/7,” Sec. Soliman said.

With DSWD as head of the Camp Management Cluster under the National Disaster Risk Reduction Council (NDRRMC), the Department continues to coordinate with the LGUs in the conduct of pre-emptive evacuation and setting up of evacuation centers.

The DSWD has also activated a pool of volunteers for cash/food-for-work for repacking and prepositioning of family food packs.  ###

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