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The Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management System

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Renzie Ivan Costales

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Transcript of The Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management System

DRRMC NETWORKS
National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC)

17
Regional DRRMCs

82
Provincial DRRMCs

122
City DRRMCs

1, 512
Municipal DRRMCs

42,026
Barangay DRRM Committees
CONCLUSION
PARADIGM SHIFT:
PDRRMS
"AN ACT STRENGTHENING THE PDRRMS, PROVIDING FOR THE NDRRM FRAMEWORK AND INSTITUTIONALIZING THE NDRRM PLAN, APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFORE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES"
PHILIPPINE RISK PROFILE
One-stop shop of disasters
Philippine sea and eurasian tectonic plates meet
The Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management System
DRRM EFFORTS:
PREVENTION AND MITIGATION
Dev’t of alarm & early warning systems
Nationwide flood forecasting & monitoring
Geo-hazard mappings
Comprehensive land use planning, building & safety standards
Engineering interventions
Flood control structures
Encourage the commitment of every Filipino, that DRRM is the responsibility of all sectors of Society, not only the DRRM agencies and the Philippine government;
Enjoin every Filipino citizen to be more responsible even in their own little way to get involve in all DRRM efforts of the government;
Capacitate and empower each and every member of the local communities at all levels on DRRM.
Harmonize and coordinate all DRRM activities, efforts and initiatives with utmost cooperation and understanding.
By: Renzie Ivan A. Costales, OCD 1
PD 1566
JUNE 11, 1978
RA 10121
MAY 27, 2010
Strengthens the Philippine Disaster Control Capability

Establishes the National Program on Community Disaster Preparedness
Strengthens the PDRRM System

Provides for the NDRRM Framework

Institutionalizes the NDRRM Plan

Appropriates Funds
DOST
DSWD
DILG
NEDA
Disaster Prevention
and Mitigation
Disaster Preparedness
Disaster Response
Disaster Recovery and Rehabilitation
DRRM EFFORTS:
PREPAREDNESS
DRRM EFFORTS:
RESPONSE
Search, rescue & retrieval operations
Humanitarian aid, relief and health services
Provision for temporary shelter, water, sanitation & hygiene
Management of evacuation centers
Financial assistance to calamity victims
DRRM EFFORTS:
REHABILITATION AND RECOVERY
Early recovery & rehabilitation
Reconstruction of damaged houses & buildings
Resettlement
Provision for livelihood
Restoration & improvement of destroyed facilities
Partnerships with INGOs for humanitarian assistance
Formulation of DRRM policies and protocols
Awarding of Gawad Kalasag
Contingency planning
Prepositioning of equipment & supplies
Enhancement of operation & coordination centers
Organizing, training & equipping responders
Organizing & mobilizing community volunteers
Conduct of disaster trainings & drills
"BUILD BACK
BETTER
PRINCIPLE"
INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS:
OPERATIONALIZING DRRM
DRRMC NETWORKS (Member Agencies / NGOs/ CSOs)
Office of Civil Defense
LDRRM Offices
Disaster Volunteers
OpCen
Operates on a 24/7 basis
Center for DRRM coordination
Provides DRRM guidelines
Disseminates DRRM reports, alerts and other communications
Facilitates effective management of the consequences of disasters
Central command and control facility
MEANS OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION
Phone (Radio, Cellphone, Landline)
Website
Email
Social Media (Facebook)
Facsimile
TSF telecommunications equipment as a back-up commonication equipment during disasters
THANK YOU!
EMAIL
ocdrc1@yahoo.com

SMS
0917-300-5096

TELEPHONE / TELEFAX
(072) 700-4747
(072) 607-6528

Four Thematic Areas
Four Vice Chairpersons
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