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RETURN SITES PROFILING -36 IDP THE DATA CAPTURE FORM Name of Return Sites:

Date

MASIGAY Location/Barangay:

Municipality:

Barangay Masigay

Province:

Datu Piang

Maguindanao

Bcode:

Mcode:

Pcode:

ER Ranking:

Displacement/Evacuation Occurred

GPS Lat/Long:

Return Period:

Place of Origin Time households left place of origin Year

No. of households

Time households arrived at current location

% of Total

Year

0.00%

2010

No. of households

% of Total

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

No Data

0.00%

0.00%

Total

100.00% IDP Leaders during Evacuation

1. Bai Kanta Talusob

0 Position in Barangay

Volunteer Leader

100.00% Age

26

Sex

female

2.

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3.

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4.

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5.

<select> IDP Leaders during Site Return

1. Bai Kanta Talusob

Position in Barangay

Volunteer Leader

Age

26

Sex

female

2.

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4.

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5.

<select> Background to the Return Sites

1. Sira ang Barangay Hall, Mosque at School dahil sa MILF vs. GRP conflict last October 2008 at nadagdagan pa ng RIDO ng arehong MILF forces (105th vs. 106th). 2.Nasa gitna ang kanilang barangay ng dalawang grupong nagaaway kaya maingat di sila sa kanilang mga sarili.

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SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE Average no. of persons per household

Families/Households No. of persons per household

1-3

4-6

7-9

10-12

No. of households

30

43

17

6

% of total

31.25%

Total Number of IDPs Return (Population) Age Groups

Male

0 - 5 mos

3

6 mos - 11 mos

2

1 yr - 4yr & 11mos

44.79% 17.71%

6.25%

12up

0.00%

Total

Male

Female

96

4

7

0.00%

Livelihood Skills Ethnicity:

Ave.

Special Skills

%age

Female

Farming

Male

Female

Non-farming

Male

Maguindanaon

Gardening

5

Tiduray

Farming

72

Mason

17

20

Manuvu

Fishing

10

Carpentry

2

8

7

B’laan

Hunting

Vehicle driving

6

55

57

T’Boli

Others

Others

15 - 24 yo

53

53

etc. pls specify

mat waving

25 - 59 yo

85

86

15

8

238

236

5 yo 6 yr - 14yr & 11mos

60 and above TOTALS OVERALL

474

TOTAL

Construction

82

Female

1

6

Sari-saro Store

5

6

TOTAL

14

0

DISPLACEMENT PROFILE Type/Cause of Displacement:

Damages

Itemized

Worth in Peso

Armed Conflict (MILF-GRP)

Lives

Armed Conflict (Rido)

Livestocks

Carabao, Kambing, baka, manok 150,000.00

Farm/Livelihood

Bangka, fishnet, Mais at Niyog

200,000.00

Properties

Home Appliances

800,000.00

House

Armed Conflict (Combination (MILF-GRP and Rido) Storm Flashfloods

250,000.00

Total Displacement Occurrence Causes

Calendar Months J

F

M

A

M

J

J

Armed Conflict (MILF-GRP) Armed Conflict (Rido) Armed Conflict (Combination (MILF-GRP and Rido)

1,400,000.00

A

S

O

N

D

1 1

Total

1

1

2 1

1

Storm

0

Flashfloods

0

Others, please specify 0

0

0

0 0 Return Sites (IDP) Profiling DCF

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Conflict as cause of displacements Descriptions

GRP-MILF Conflict

Effects

1. Naka-alis kami sa aming lugar.

and RIDO (105th vs. 106th)

Coping Mechanisms

Options

1. Naghihintay kami ng supply na pagkain para mayroon kaming makain.

1. Nagkaka-isa kami sa paghahanap buhay para lang may makain ang pamilya namin.

2. Napabenta ang mga alagang hayop ng mas mura para 2. Nagtutulungan ang lang may makain kami lahat para sa sa araw-araw. alternative na source of food. 3. Nakahinto mag-aral ang aming mga anak. 3. Nagdrive ng sikad ang karamihan lalo na 4. Marami ang mga ang mga kabataan. namatay dahil sa gyera at marami din ang nagkasakit at naghina.

Needs to Better options

2. Nanghihiram ng pera sa mga malapit na kamag-anak bilang gamit sa pantawid gutom araw-araw.

1. Pansamantala muna kaming naninirahan sa poblacion kasi hindi kami makabalik sa barangay namin kasi andun pa din ang mga armadong grupo. 2. Nanghihiram ng pera sa mga malapit na kamag-anak bilang gamit sa pantawid gutom araw-araw.

Environmental Disturbance as cause of displacements Descriptions

Not Applicable

Effects

Not Applicable

Triggers Return ✔

Voluntary

Advise/orders of P/MLGU Advise/orders of B/LGU Advise/orders of Humanitarian Agencies

Coping Mechanisms

Not Applicable

Options

Not Applicable

Advantages and other Whys to the return sites: Resource and Transect Maps ✔ (Now and Before) ✔

Needs to Better options

Not Applicable

Community Relations

Source of Livelihood

Community Activities

Security Condition

Support of Agencies

Other whys to the return sites

Others, please specify

Nag-advice ang Munisipyo na pwede na kaming umuwi

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IDP PERCEPTIONS

(PRA cum FGD of 16-20 pax) 1. Location Map (Resource and Transect Maps) Before the Crisis

At Evacuation

Your Return Sites

Before the Crisis

At Evacuation

Your Return Sites

Describe the People

Describe the People

Describe the People

2. Conditions of the IDPs

1. Kahit Krisis sa aming barangay pero hindi naman namin ito nararamdaman kasi may mga sinasaka at may palaisdaan pa ang iba sa amin.

1. Masyado kaming nahirapan sa evacuation center kasi umaasa na lang kami sa mg aaccess card na binigay sa amin at hindi naman lahat nakatanggap.

1. Sira ang aming primary school at barangay hall. 2. Nagpaparecover pa lang kami sa galing sa gyera hindi pa nakabangon ang aming barangay.

2. Tahimik pa kaming namumuhay sa 2. Nahihirapan kami pagdating sa aming barangay at masaya pa kami at pagkain kasi minsan matagal ang 3. Bumalik na rin kami sa aming pagsasaka ang mga anak namin ay pagbigay ng rasyon ng pagkai. at pangingisda kasi yun lang ang alam nakakapag-aral. namin na hanapbuhay. 3. Marami naman sa amin ang naskakasakit at may kaso rin na mayroong namatay sa amin sa loob ng evacuation center.

Children

1. Nasusustain pa namin ang pagpapakain sa aming mga anak at malulusog pa sila nung hindi pa nagkagulo.

4.Nauulanan kami sa loob ng evacuation center Children

1. Nahihirapan na ang mga anak namin lalo na ang mag sanggol kasi masydong mabagal at matagal ang pagbigay ng pagkain at minsan hindi pa sapat.

Children

1. Medyo bumabawi na ang kanilang mga katawan hindi tulad nung nasa loob sila ng evacuation center na pumayat dahil kulang sa kain.

2. Nakakapag-aral pa sila. 2. Marami rin ang nagkasakit sa mga anak namin sa loob ng evacuation center kasi mainit at masikip at sobrang baho pa.

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Before the Crisis

At Evacuation

Your Return Sites

Youth

Youth

Youth

1. Hindi naman lahat nakapag-aral sa amin pero may mga iilan rin na nag-aaral sa amin sa poblacion ng datu piang.

1. Karamihan hindi na nag-aaral 1. Karamihan hindi na nag-aaral kasi wala kasi wala kaming pera at iniisip na nang panggastos at iniisip na rin nila ang rin nila ang paghahanap-buhay paghahanap-buhay. tulad ng pag drive ng sikad. 2. Marami ang mga nahihirapan kasi nakaasa na lang kami sa mga relief goods na binibigay sa amin.

Women

1. Maganda pa ang aming pamumuhay kasi nakakalabas pa kami at hindi kami natatakot.

Women

1. Umaasa na lang kami sa supply ng WFP, CFSI na binibigay nilang mga relief goods at mga non food items tulad ng banig, malong at kulambo.

Women

1. Nahihirapan kami mag recover kasi pagbalik namin sa aming barangay nawala na ang mga gamit namin sa paghahanapbuhay.

2. Nakakapag-hanap buhay rin kami ng maayos at naiilabas rin namin ang aming mga produkto upang ipabenta. 2. Nahihirapan kami mag-adjust sa loob ng evacuation center kasi hindi kami sanay sa masikip at mainit na lugar.

Elderly

1. Malalakas pa kami noon at hindi din kami nagugutuman.

Elderly

1. Marami sa amin ang nagkakasakit sa loob ng evacuation center.

Elderly

1. Hindi pa naka recover ang aming katawan kasi mahirap ang naranasan namin sa evacuation center.

2. Nakakatanim at nakakapangisda. 3. Nakakapasyal pa kami.

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2. Nakaasa na lang sa supply na binibigay sa amin.

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3. Status of daily food in the family table Before the Crisis

At Evacuation

1. Nakakain pa kami ng tatlong beses 1. Umaasa na lang kami sa mga sa isang araw. relief goods na binibigay sa amin ng LGU at mga ibang agency. 2. Napabenta rin namin ang ibang mga alagang hayop namin ng mas mura kasi wala kaming magawa kailangan namin ng pera para mayroon kaming makain sa evaucation center.

Your Return Sites

1. Nakakain na rin kami ng tatlong beses sa isang araw kahit papanu at pinagkakasya namin ang aming budget. 2. Ang iba naman hindi din sapat ang pagkain kasi hindi makapagtanim kasi mataas ang tubig at hindi din makapag-pangisda kasi sira ang mga bangka.

4. Status of Livelihood (Source of Income) Before the Crisis

1. Nakakaisda pa kami 2. Nakakafarm pa kami 3. May mga nagdrive ng motor 4. At may nagtitinda ng maliit na sari-sari store.

At Evacuation

Your Return Sites

1. Umaasa na lang kami sa supply 1. Pagbalik namin sa aming barangay na binibigay sa amin ng LGU, CFSI nawala na ang aming mga bangka at sira at WFP. naman ang iba. 2. May mga iilan na nagtitinda sa loob ng evacuation center.

2. Nahirapan kami magrecover kasi malaking pera ang nawala sa amin.

3. At ang iba naman pinabenta nila ang mga alagang hayop na mas mura para lang mayroon silang makain sa araw-araw.

5. Status of Basic Services (Water, Electricity, Health, @ Hygiene Facilities) Before the Crisis

1. Mayroon 3 handpump na binigay ang MTB sa aming barangay pero nakalagay langsa mga selected sitio's namin at may mga bahay bahay din na kalot ang pinagkukunan nila ng tubig.

At Evacuation

1. Ang halos karamihan na ginagamit namin nung nasa evacuation center kami ay gas.

2. Nahihirapan rin kami sa tubig kasi malayo ang pinagkukunan namin ng tubig at hindi rin namin 2. Ang halos karamihan sa amin ay alam kung safety ba kung inumin kalot ang ginagamit naming palikuran. namin.

Your Return Sites

1. Wala pa rin kaming health center at sa poblacion pa kami nagpapagamot. 2. Kalot pa rin ang ginagamit namin sa aming palikuran. 3. At ang iba naman may mga personal na bomba at ang karamihan ay kalot ang pinagkukunan ng tubig.

3, Mayroon din kaming poste ng 3. Nahihirapan kami sa gamot kasi kuryente at syempre may ilaw kami at hindi lahat nakakatangap ng mayroon ding gas ang ginagamit na gamot. ilawan.

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Before the Crisis

At Evacuation

Your Return Sites

Type of Illnesses/diseases

Type of Illnesses/diseases

Type of Illnesses/diseases

1. Lagnat

1. Lagnat

1. Lagnat

2. Ubo

2. Ubo

2. Ubo

3. Sipon

3. Sipon

3. Sipon

4. Sakit ng tiyan

4. Sakit ng tiyan

4. Sakit ng tiyan

5. Hyper tension

5. Hyper tension

5. Hyper tension

6. Typhoid fever 7. Dengue

6. Status of Community Infrastructures (Buildings, Roads, Bridges, Irrigations, dike, etc.) Before the Crisis

1. Barangay Hall 2. Farm to Market Road 3. May Mosque

At Evacuation

1. Barong-barong lang na gawa sa trapal ang aming tinitirhan kahit masikip, maiinit ay tinitiis namin at ang iba naman sa plaza ng Datu Piang nag vacuate.

3. Elementary School

Your Return Sites

1. Barangay Hall (Malfunction) 2. Farm to Market Road 3. May Mosque 3. Elementary School (Malfunction)

7. Disaster Vulnerability Risks (Fears and Needs) Before the Crisis

Needs: 1. Livelihood Program - Fishing Facilities (Bangka at pokut) - Animal Dispersal 2. Solar Drier Fears: 1. Natatakot kami na baka magkaroon ulit ng kaguluhan sa pagitan ng MILF at Army at ang mga nag RIRIDO baka maipit kami sa bakbakan.

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At Evacuation

Needs: - Cloths - Medicine

Your Return Sites

Needs: - Foods - Shelter

Fears: 1. Natatakot kami na baka magkaroon ulit ng kaguluhan sa pagitan ng MILF at Army baka madamay kami at maraming inosenteng civilian ang mamatay.

1. Livelihood Program - Fishing Facilities (Bangka at pokut) - Animal Dispersal 2. Solar Drier Fears: 1. Natatakot kami na baka magkaroon ulit ng kaguluhan sa pagitan ng MILF at Army at ang mga nag RIRIDO baka maipit kami sa bakbakan.

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NEEDS AND RESPONSES PROFILE A. Sources of Food and Average Meals No. of Indications

Food Aid

Average no. of meals per day 1

Donation

2

0.00%

Purchasing

3

0.00%

Begging

Irregular

0.00%

Animal-based own production

No data

0.00%

Main Sources of Food

Sponsoring Agencies (For Food Aid/Donations)

Own crop production

No. of Households

% of total 0.00%

Total

100.00%

B. Food Assistance Food Items 1

Rice/Corn

2

HH Actual Needs

Quantity / Ration

Received from LGUs/LGAs B

M

P

AR

Received from UN- HR Agencies DSWD

10

1

Noodles

5

1

3

Sardines

5

1

4

Salt

5

Sugar

1

1

6

Coffee

1

1

7

Milk

1

1

WFP

IOM

8

Oil

1

1

9

Mongo

1

1

UN-FPA

10

C. Main Source and Immediate Livelihood Responses Main source of Livelihood

1.

Livelihood

Before Displacement No. of indications

% of total

During Displacement No. of % of total indications

Land Cultivation

0.00%

0.00%

Livestock

0.00%

0.00%

Small Scale trade

0.00%

0.00%

Market Labour

0.00%

0.00%

Aid

0.00%

0.00%

Begging

0.00%

0.00%

Remittance from Abroad

0.00%

0.00%

Casual Employment

0.00%

0.00%

Food for Work (Livelihood)

0.00%

0.00%

Food for Work (Community Infrastructures)

0.00%

0.00%

Food for Work (Climate Change)

0.00%

0.00%

Other

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Total

Return Sites (IDP) Profiling DCF

100.00%

0

100.00%

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Others


Immediate Livelihood Responses at Return Site

2.

Provision of livelihood Supports gears, seeds, capital and provided 1

Vegetables (Bahay Kubo) Seeds

2

HYV Seeds

3

Gardening Tools

4

Fingerlings

5

Fishing gears

6

Banca

7

Working capital

Sponsoring Agency/ies

Quantity

Cost

Beneficiaries Families

Male

Female

Others 8 9 10

D. Agriculture Development Provision of livelihood Supports gears, seeds, capital and provided 1

Palay/Corn Seeds

2

Cassava cuttings

3

Working animals

4

Tractors

5

Working capital

6

Land

7

Livestocks

Sponsoring Agency/ies

Qnty/Size

Cost

Beneficiaries Families

Male

Female

Others 8

Noted: Wala pang nakakarating na

9

tulong tungkol sa mg livelihood

10

E. Food and Agriculture Enhancement Program Supports 1.

Technological Trainings Trainings

1

Food Preservation

2

Crop Production

3

Livelihood

Sponsoring Agency/ies

Date

Cost

Participants/Beneficiaries Families

Male

4 5

Noted:

6

Need ng training para sa farm

7

technique

8

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Female


2.

Food for Work Programs Sponsoring Agency/ies

Work Program 1

Livelihood

2

Community Infrastructures

3

Climate Change

Date

Cost

Participants/Beneficiaries Families

Male

Female

4 5 6 7

F.

Home and Shelter Food Items

1

Core House

2

Roofing (Tatung)

3

Roofing (Nipa)

4

Roofing (Other)

5

Nails (Assorted)

6

Good lumber

7

Plywood

8

Round Timbers

9

Bamboos

10

Cement

HH Actual Needs

Received from LGUs/LGAs

Qty/ Size

B

M

P

AR

DSWD

Received from UN- HR Agencies IOM

Others

77

18

42

4

8

11

Semi-concrete

32

12

Kalakat (Walling)

10

13 14 15 16

G. Access to Basic Services 1.

Water Requirements

No. of Liters used per person per day

2. No. of Households

Power/Electricity Requirements

% of total

Items

Quantity / Household

% of total

1-5

0.00%

Kerosene

5-10

0.00%

Candles

0.00%

10-15

0.00%

fuel

0.00%

15-20

0.00%

Magelco line Connection

20-25

0.00%

Others, specify

25-30

0.00%

Series Connection

30 and above

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

no data Total Return Sites (IDP) Profiling DCF

0

100.00%

27

Total

28.13%

45

46.88%

24

25.00%

96

100.00%

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3.

Water Sources

Sources of Water of every household

Placement of Water Points Status

Distance to source

# of Hours Spent in Fetching

Number

Spring

% of total

Sponsoring Agencies (for developed and maintained/protected water systems)

0.00%

Water Well/Dug Wells

L-1

10 meters

5 Minutes

17

17.89%

Hand Pump Communal Faucet System/standposts/water storage tanks

L-1

3 meters

2 Minutes

78

82.11% 0.00%

Waterworks System (BAWASA) or individual house connections

0.00%

Others (specify) 0.00%

0.00% 0.00% 95

H. Sanitation and Hygiene 1.

Availability of Facilities

Facilities for Sanitation and Hygiene Present

Status

Sponsoring Agencies

Number of HH served

% of total

Latrines

0.00%

Hygiene kits

0.00%

Jerry cans

0.00%

Filtration Equipments

0.00%

Solid waste receptacles

0.00%

Hyposals

0.00%

Water trucking service

0.00%

Bathing cubicles

0.00%

Fencing for animals

0.00%

Others (specify) 0.00%

0.00% 0.00%

0

2.

Hygiene Awareness and Orientation Hygiene Orientation for IDPs Conducted

Date

Location

Number Present Other IDPs Stakeholders (specify)

From LGUs

Sponsoring Agencies

Public Health Promotion

Feb.11-12, 2009

Cot. City

3

45

MTB

Community Health Workers

Oct. 28-30, 2009

Cot. City

5

35

Save the Children

Cot. City

2

30

DOH-ARMM

Cot. City

10

25

MTB at Oxfam

Environment Health Sanitation Single Drop for Safe Water

Oct. 09, 2009 Apr. 19-20, 2009

Note: Please attach supporting documents

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3.

Hygiene Trainings Number Present

Training for Wash Implementers

Date

Location

From LGUs

Other Stakeholders (specify)

IDPs

Sponsoring Agencies

Need ng trainings about hygiene awareness

Note: Please attach supporting documents

I. 1.

Health Requirements Rural Health Workers Sex

Health Workers

Male

Tenurial Status Female

Permanent

Contractual

LGU-Paid

No. of Visit

No. of hrs

BHW

1

Twice a week

8 hrs. a day

Registered Midwife

1

Twice a week

8 hrs. a day

2.

Health Facilities, Equipment and Logistics Health Facilities

#

Structure

No.

Equipment Status

Kind

Logistics

No.

Status

Kind

No.

Status

1

Health Center

Stethoscope

1

Target Client List

12

2

Nutrition Post

BP Apparatus

1

IEC Materials

10

3

Weighing Scale â&#x20AC;&#x201C; C

1

Delivery Table

1

4

Weighing Scale - A

Wheel Chair

5

Stretcher

6

Dressing Basin

1

7

Thermometer Disposable syringe/needles Vaccines

1

8 9 10

15

Medicine/Month:

11 12 13 14 15 16

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3.

Top 5 Causes of Mortality and Morbidity Top 5 Causes of Morbidity

Top 5 Causes of Mortality

1. Hypertension

1. Hypertension

2. Skin Disease

2.

3. Diarrhea

3.

4. Wound / Influenza

4.

5. Scabies / Sore Eyes

5.

4.

Health Programs (for the period January to September 2010 Programs

HH Actual Needs

# Person Served

Programs of LGUs/LGAs B

M

P

AR

Programs of UN- HR Agencies DOH

UNICEF

UNFPA

WHO

Quality of Maternal Care

1

• Prenatal (>4) • Delivery • Post-Partum • Micro-Nutrient Supplementation Immunization

2

31 30

30

• BCG

28

• Hepa 1, 2, & 3

86

• DPT 1, 2, & 3

82

• OPV 1, 2, & 3

84

• Measles

23

• MMR Integrated Management of Child Illnesses

3

• Cough

9

• Diarrhea • Measles • Family Planning Program

4

• Provision of Methods

15

• Counseling

18

New Born Services

5

• New Born Care

24

• New Born Screening National TB Program

6

• Sputum Collection

3

• TB DOTS 7

Referral

8

Nutrition

9

• Operation Timbang • Micro-Nutrients Supplementation Other Services

189 177

10 11 12

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Others


J. 1.

Education Completed by End of School Year (School Year 2007 – 2008) Level

Male

Enrollees Female

Teachers

Books per Student

Completed by End of School Year Male Female Dropped-Out

Pre-school Primary

28

49

28

49

Elementary HS - Freshman HS - Sophomore HS - Junior HS - Senior Out- of- School

2.

Completed by End of School Year (School Year 2008 – 2009) Level

Male

Enrollees Female

Teachers

Books per Student

Completed by End of School Year Male Female Dropped-Out

Pre-school Primary

20

15

2

20

49

Elementary HS - Freshman HS - Sophomore HS - Junior HS - Senior Out- of- School

3.

Completed by End of School Year (School Year 2009 – 2010) Level

Male

Enrollees Female

Teachers

Books per Student

Completed by End of School Year Male Female Dropped-Out

Pre-school Primary

24

17

1

24

17

Elementary HS - Freshman

Temporary suspended due to unstable peace and order situation

HS - Sophomore HS - Junior HS - Senior Out- of- School

4.

Education Workers

1. Regular Teachers Pre-school Primary School Elementary Secondary 2. Part Time Teachers Pre-school Primary School Elementary Secondary 3. Para-Teachers Pre-school Primary School Elementary Secondary Return Sites (IDP) Profiling DCF

Male

Female

1

1

Profession

Average of Actual Contact Hours on Teaching per day

Staying Where

BSED, MAED, LET

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4.

Education Workers

Male

Female

Average of Actual Contact Hours on Teaching per day

Profession

Staying Where

4. Madaris Teachers Pre-school Primary School Elementary Secondary 5. Koran Teachers Pre-school Primary School Elementary Secondary 6. Staff Administrative Utility Others

5.

Education Programs

Actual Needs

# Person Served

Programs of -LGUs/LGAs B

M

P

AR

DEP-ED

Programs of UN- HR Agencies Unicef

Others

UN-FPA

Training of Regular Teachers Training of Para-Teachers

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

K. Community Infrastructures

Community Infrastructures 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

# HH Actual Needs

Specs

Project of LGUs/LGAs B

M

P

AR

Project of UN- HR Agencies DSWD

WFP

IOM

UN-FPA

FMR Bridge Footbridge Buildings School Buildings Electricity Poles Flood dikes Water Tanks Level 2 Water Systems Ports Others,please specify

11 12

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Others


DISASTER VULNERABILITY RISKS 1.

Occurrence of the same disaster again Gaps

1. Kailangan lagi kaming naka prepare kasi baka bigla lang magkagulo maiiwanan naman namin ang mga alagang hayop at ang aming mga gamit. 2. Kulang kami sa training para sa disaster preparedness kaya kapag nagkagulo hindi namin ala kung san kami pupunta at anung gagawin namin.

2.

Coping Mechanism 1.Kailangan pumunta kami agad sa malapit at ligtas na evacuation center.

1. Kailangan pumunta kami agad sa malapit at ligtas na evacuation center.

2. Pabenta namin agad ang aming mga alagang hayop kahit mura para mayroon kaming magamit sa evacuation center.

2. At ang iba namin sa amin ay pupunta sa mga kamag-anak na pwedeng lapitan para pansamantalang dun titira.

Food Scarce Gaps

1. Dahil sa kaguluhan kami ang naapektuhan kaming mga inosenteng walang laban at ang aming mga hanap-buhay ay nawala at pati na rin ang mga alagang hayop.

Coping Mechanism 1. Pinabenta namin ng mas mura ang mga natitirang alaga namin para lang mayroong pangtustus sa araw-araw lalo na sa pagkain. 2. Minsan nakakain rin kami ng apat na beses sa isang araw basta mayrong i-harvest o kapag nabenta ang mga huling isda.

3.

Safety Nets

Safety Nets 1. Hihingi kami ng tulong sa LGU para mabigyan ng solusyon ang aming kahirapan para sapat na ang kakain namin sa araw-araw. 2. Ang ibang mga anak namin ay pinapa-abroad namin para makatulong sila sa amin.

Water Scarce Gaps

1. Balon o kalot ang source of water ng aming barangay kahit alam naminghindi ligtas pero nasanay na kami.

Coping Mechanism

Safety Nets

1. Pinapalinaw namin ang tubig sa balon bago kami kukunin.

1. Kailangan naming salain ang tubig kasi baka magka sakit kami.

2. Ang iba naman sa bomba kumukuha ng tubig dun nakikigamit.

2. Kulang kami sa training para sa kalinisan ng tubig na aming maiinum.

3. Karamihan sa amin ay hindi na sinasala ang aming mga tubig na iniinum.

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4.

Limited Source of Livelihood Gaps

1. Kulang ang aming kapital sa livelihood.

Coping Mechanism

Safety Nets

1. Hihingi ng tulong sa LGU para mabigyan kami ng kapital o di kaya mabigyan kami ng livelihood 2. Kailangan mapa-ayos namin ang mga bangka assistance para naman maka recover kami agad sa at pokut para magamit namin sa 2. Nanghihiram kami ng pera sa aming mga aming buhay. paghahanap-buhay. kamag-anak or mga malalapit na kaibigan para pang kapital namin o pagpapa-ayos 3. Kailangan din ng kapital para sa mga sa aming bangka. kababaihan para makatulong din sila sa amin.

5.

1. Pinagtitiisan namin ang mga lumang pokut na tagpi-tagpi na lang.

Outbreak of Diseases or Sickness of Family members Gaps

1. Walang malapit na health center sa aming barangay.

6.

Coping Mechanism 1. Sa Datu Piang kami nagpapagamot.

Safety Nets 1. Hihingi kami ng tulong sa gobyerno para mabigyan kami ng project para sa pagpapatayo ng health center.

Inadequate Housing/Shelter Materials Gaps

1. Maraming bahay ang nasira at nasunog dahil sa kaguluhan o gyera.

Coping Mechanism 1. Pinaayos namin ang nasirang bahay.

Safety Nets 1. Hihingi ng tulong sa LGU para mabigyan kami ng bahay kahit maliit lang.

2. Ang iba naman trapal lang ang ding-ding at nipa ang atip.

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7.

Inadequate School Facilities Gaps

1. Sira ang school sa aming barangay.

8.

1. Sa Poblacion ng Datu Piang ang ibang mga batang nag-aaral.

Safety Nets 1. Hihingi kami ng tulong sa gobyerno para mapa-ayos ang aming paaralan para makaaral kami.

Damaged Community Infrastructures (FMR, Bridges, Buildings, etc.) Gaps

1. Mosque 2. House (damage due to milf vs. army conflict) 3. School

Coping Mechanism

Safety Nets

1. sa Tent lang kami nakatira ang ding ding namin ay trapal at ang atip namin ay nipa kahit masikip at mainit pinagtitiisan namin.

1. Hihingi ng tulong sa gobyerno para mabigyan kami ng maayos na tirahan at mapaayos ang paaralan at ang aming barangay hall.

2. Ang butas-butas na mosque ay pinaayos namin at yun ang ginagamit sa aming padadarasal sa araw-araw.

4. Barangay Hall

9.

Coping Mechanism

Limited Power/Electricity Supplies Gaps

1. May supply ng kuryente sa aming barangay at may iilan na gas ang gamit sa kanilang ilawan.

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Coping Mechanism 1. Ang iba naman gas lang ang ginagamit na ilawan kasi hindi kayang magbayad sa magelco.

Safety Nets 1. Pagtiiisan namin kahit gas lang ang gamit namin nakakatipid rin kami kahit papanu.

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10. Problems on Transportation Facilities Gaps

Coping Mechanism

1. accessible ang barangay namin kahit anung sasakyan pwedeng pumasok lalo na ang Motor at jeep.

Safety Nets

1. Nakakapasok naman ang motor at jeep kaya wala masyadong problema.

1. Nakakapasok naman ang motor at jeep kaya wala masyadong problema.

2. Hindi lang semintado pero masasabi naming maayos ang kalsada.

2. Masasabi naming walang problema sa farm to market road.

If projects are available and to be implemented in your Return Site which do you prefer? Using the Pair Wise Ranking, please mark x the designated box with your preference Projects

Food and Agriculture

Food and Agriculture

Nutrition

Nutrition

Health

Education

WASH

Shelter

Community Infrastructures (Roads, Bridges, Buildings, etc.)

Civilian Protection/ Governance

Livelihood

Health

Education

WASH

Shelter

Community Infrastructures (Roads,

Bridges, Buildings, etc.)

Civilian Protection/ Governance

Livelihood

FGD of 16-20 paxs

Priority Needs: 1. Livelihood Assistance - Fishing facilities - Sprayer - Bao-bao - sheller - Tracer - Carabao 2. Solar Drier 3. Health Center 4. Core Shelter 5. Communal Latrines 6. Mat Waving's for women

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CIVILIAN PROTECTIONS AND GOVERNANCE 1. Community/Barangay Level Governance Structures Structures

No. of Individuals

Barangay Councils

7

Organized/Functional

(Status of Structures) Needs

Mandates

yes/Functional

Barangay Development Councils BHRAO BDCC (Disaster Preparedness) Conflict Management Other Structures

2. Vulnerability Profile Type of Vulnerability

No. of Cases

Female head of household

IDP

(Contingencies Provided and Protection Plan) LGU/LGA UN-Agencies

12

Pregnant Women

2

Children < 6

62

Elderly > 60

23

Physical Disabilities

1

Mental Disabilities Serious Illness Others

3. Mediation Facilitators Facilitators:

Male

Female

Educational Attainment:

# of years in Mediation

#of community cases resolved

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

4. Mediation Capacity Building Training 1

Conflict Mediation (Land Conflict)

2

Conflict Mediation (Petty Crimes)

3

Human Rights Violation Monitoring

4

Affidavit Undertaking and Preparation

Sponsoring Agency/ies

Date

Cost

Mediators Participants Male

Female

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