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

Date

BARANGAY ANDAVIT Location/Barangay:

Municipality:

Barangay Andavit

Datu Salibo

Province:

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

No. of households

% of Total

0.00%

2010

200

100.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

No Data

0.00%

0.00%

Total

100.00% IDP Leaders during Evacuation

1. Posi Singh

200 Position in Barangay

Volunteer Leader

100.00% Age

43

Sex

male

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Position in Barangay

Volunteer Leader

Age

43

Sex

male

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<select> Background to the Return Sites

1. The distance from Barangay Butilen to Proper Andavit is more or less 4 kms. and the mode of transportations are Pumpboat and Skylab(Habal-habal). 2.

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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

11

40

25

7

% of total

13.25%

48.19% 30.12%

Total Number of IDPs Return (Population) Age Groups

Male

0 - 5 mos

1

6 mos - 11 mos

4

1 yr - 4yr & 11mos

8.43%

12up

0.00%

Total

Male

Female

83

4

7

0.00%

Livelihood Skills Ethnicity:

Special Skills

%age

Female

Farming

Male

Female

Non-farming

Maguindanaon

Gardening

1

Tiduray

Farming

61

Mason

24

15

Manuvu

Fishing

41

Carpentry

7

9

B’laan

Hunting

Vehicle driving

64

48

T’Boli

Others

Others

15 - 24 yo

52

68

etc. pls specify

25 - 59 yo

85

90

11

5

248

236

5 yo 6 yr - 14yr & 11mos

60 and above TOTALS OVERALL

Ave.

484

TOTAL

Male

Female

Construction

102

7

Gawa ng nipa

5

Mat waving

5

TOTAL

17

0

0

DISPLACEMENT PROFILE Type/Cause of Displacement: ✔

Damages

Itemized

Worth in Peso

Armed Conflict (MILF-GRP)

Lives

Armed Conflict (Rido)

Livestocks

Carabao, Kambing

120,000.00

Farm/Livelihood

Bangka, fishnet, Mais at Niyog

250,000.00

Properties

Home Appliances

150,000.00

House

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

540,000.00

Total Displacement Occurrence Causes

1,060,000.00

Calendar Months J

Armed Conflict (MILF-GRP)

F

M

A

M

J

J

A

S

O

N

D

1

Total

1

Armed Conflict (Rido)

0

Armed Conflict (Combination (MILF-GRP and Rido)

0

Storm

0

Flashfloods

0

Others, please specify 0

noted:

0

Maraming inosenteng tao ang

0

namatay dahil sa paghulog ng bomba

0

bomba.

0

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Conflict as cause of displacements Descriptions

GRP-MILF Conflict

Effects

Coping Mechanisms

Options

1. Maraming mga kabuhayan ang nasira at nawala dahil sa gyera.

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

2. Nagkaroon ng takot ang mga tao o nagka trauma dahil sa nangyari.

1. Nagtutulungan ang lahat pati mga babae ay nagtatrabaho na rin para lang may makain sa evacuation center.

2. Nagtutulungan ang lahat pati mga babae ay nagtatrabaho na rin 2. Naghahanap ng para lang may makain paraan para kumita. sa evacuation center.

3. Nawala ang aming kalayaan dahil sa nangyari.

Needs to Better options

1. Nakakahanap ng trabaho at nakakaraos din kahit papanu. 2. Ang iba naglalabour/drive ng sikad/ at nagtitinda o naglalako ng produkto.

3. Nagtitinda sa evacuation center at kahit anung trabaho pinapatulan namin.

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

Mismong mga residente na ang umuwi sa kanilang lugar kasi na-obserba nila na ok na sitwasyon.

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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. Tahimik pa kaming namumuhay sa aming barangay at masaya pa kami at ang mga anak namin ay nakakapag-aral. 2. Mayroon kaming Health center, Primary school, Basket ball court, Solar drier at Barangay Hall noong hindi pa nagkagulo kaya masabi naming masaya at tahimik kaming namumuhay sa aming barangay.

1. Dahil sa naubos lahat ng mga hanapbuhay namin at wala kaming natago kaya kami nahihirapan lalo nasa evacuation center hindi kami sanay sa masikip at mabahong lugar.

1. Iilang pamilya lang ang nakakabalik sa aming lugar kasi walang ibang matuluyan or mabalikan na bahay sa aming barangay. 2. Maraming rin ang nangangamba na baka magkagyera ulit kaya ang iba takot pang umuwi sa kanilang barangay.

2. Masyado kaming nahirapan sa evacuation center kasi umaasa na 3. May Food for Work Program at yun ang lang kami sa mga access card na first project para sa recovery namin kasi binigay sa amin at hindi naman may trabaho kami. lahat nakatanggap.

3. Kulang lang sa barangay namin ay Electricity poles para magkaroon kami ng ilaw. Children

Children

1. Napapa-aral pa ang mga anak.

1. Napatigil ang mga bata sa pag-aaral kasi lumikas na kami at 2. Masaya pang nakikipaglaro sila sa nasa evacuation center kami kanilang mga kaibigan at kaklase kasi tumuloy. hindi pa nila nararamdaman ang takot. 2. Marami rin ang nagkasakit sa mga anak namin sa loob ng evacuation center.

Children

1. Kunti na lang ang nag-aaral pero sa ibang barangay sila naka-enroll o di kaya sa poblacion. 2.Tumutulong na rin sa paghahanap-buhay.

3. Tumutulong na rin sila sa amin sa paghahanap-buhay

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Before the Crisis

At Evacuation

Your Return Sites

Youth

Youth

Youth

1. Hindi naman lahat nakapag-aral sa 1. Nakaramdam na kami ng takot amin pero may mga iilan rin na dahil sa mga naranasan namin. nag-aaral. 2. Marami ang mga nahihirapan at 2. Masaya kaming lahat sa aming napahinto sa pag-aaral kasi wala barangay nung hindi pa nagkagulo. ng panggastos.

Women

1. Maganda pa ang aming pamumuhay. 2. Nasa bahay lang kami at nag-aalaga ng aming mga anak at pinagsisilbihan lang namin ang mga asawa.

Elderly

1. Malalakas pa ang aming pangangatawan. 2. Nakakatulog pa kami ng mahimbing sa aming bahay.

Women

1. Kapos sa pagkain.

1. Karamihan hindi na nag-aaral kasi wala nang panggastos at iniisip na rin namin na tulungan na lang namin ang aming mga magulang sa paghahanap-buhay. 2. Marami ang mga nahihirapan at napahinto sa pag-aaral kasi wala ng panggastos.

Women

1. Naka-avail kami ng CSB galing sa WFP to RHU para sa mga buntis at mga nagpapasusu na nanay.

2. Lagi kaming nagpoproblema kung panu namin mapakain ang aming mga anak eh naka-asa lang 2. Hindi na namin naalagaan ang aming kami sa relief. mga anak ng maayos at kailangan naming magfocus sa paghahanap-buhay para may 2. Tinutulungan na namin ang makain kami sa araw-araw. aming asawa sa paghahanap-buhay para meron kaming makain.

Elderly

1. Marami sa amin ang nagkakasakit dahil sa masikip, mainit at mabaho sa loob ng evacuation center.

Elderly

1. Kaunti na lang ang mga natitirang matatanda sa aming barangay base sa pupolasyon ng barangay.

2. Marami sa amin ang namatay sa evacuation center. 3. Nahihirapan kami pagdating sa pagkain kasi minsan hindi kami nakakain ng tatlong beses sa isang araw.

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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. Isang beses o dalawang beses sa isang araw at may kasama pang na lang kami kung kumain. meryenda.

Your Return Sites

1. Isang beses o dalawang beses na lang kami kung kumain.

2. Normal lang ang pamumuhay meron kami.

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

At Evacuation

Your Return Sites

1. Maganda pa ang takbo nang aming 1. Umaasa na lang sa relief goods. 1. Nahihirapan na kami kasi naubos na pamumuhay kasi may mga working ang mga gamit namin sa hanap-buhay. animals pa kami at kumpleto pa ang 2. Mga produkto namin nasira at aming mga gamit. hindi na kayang ipabenta para 2. Hindi pa kami nakakarecover. magamit namin sa evacuation 2. Malalaki pa ang aming mga center. bahay..

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

1. May Health Center kami. 2. Wala lang kaming kuryente.

At Evacuation

1. ICRC at IPHO na lang ang tumutulong sa amin sa usaping gamot at kalusugan.

Your Return Sites

1. Wala na kaming health center kasi nasira sa gyera.

2. Nahihirapan kaming kumuha ng tubig na maiinum. 3. May mga agency rin na tumutulong sa usaping Hygiene.

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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 8.Skin Disease

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

1. Barangay Hall 2. Mosque's

At Evacuation

1. Tanging Tent lang ang aming tinitirhan kahit masikip, maiinit at mabaho ay tinitiis namin kasi no choice kami wala kaming tirahan.

Your Return Sites

1. Barangay Hall (Damaged) 2. Mosque's (damaged)

3. Health Center

3. Health Center (Damaged)

4. Solar Drier

4. Solar Drier (Damaged) Noted: 3 units of Jetmatic are malfunction.

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

Needs: 1. Livelihood Program - Fishing Facilities (Bangka at pokut) 2. Core Shelter 3. Water and Sanitation 4. Health Center Fears: 1. Natatakot kami na baka magkaroon ulit ng kaguluhan sa pagitan ng MILF at Army maraming na namang mga inosenteng civilian ang mamamatay.

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At Evacuation

Needs:

Needs: - Cloths - Medicine - Water

Your Return Sites

- Foods - Shelter

Fears: 1. Natatakot kami na baka magkasakit ang ang mga anak namin sa loob ng evacuation center.

1. Livelihood Program - Fishing Facilities (Bangka at pokut) 2. Core Shelter 3. Communal Latrines Fears: 1. Natatakot kami na baka magkaroon ulit ng kaguluhan sa pagitan ng MILF at Army maraming na namang mga inosenteng civilian ang mamamatay.

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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

WFP

IOM

10

1

1

Noodles

5

1

1

3

Sardines

5

1

1

4

Salt

5

Sugar

1

1

6

Coffee

1

1

7

Milk

1

1

UN-FPA

8 9 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 9 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 6 7 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

Participants/Beneficiaries

Cost

Families

Male

Female

4 5 6 7

F.

Home and Shelter Food Items

HH Actual Needs

1

Core House

2

Roofing (Tatung)

3

Roofing (Nipa)

60

4

Roofing (Other)

1

5

Nails (Assorted)

6

Good lumber

7

Plywood

8

Round Timbers

9

Bamboos

10

Cement

Received from LGUs/LGAs

Qty/ Size

B

M

P

AR

DSWD

Received from UN- HR Agencies IOM

Others

3

29

1

11

semi-concrete

12

kalakat

52

13

El/Kugon/Nipa

21

1

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

41

49.40%

5-10

0.00%

Candles

24

28.92%

10-15

0.00%

fuel

15-20

0.00%

Magelco line Connection

20-25

0.00%

Others, specify

25-30

0.00%

30 and above

Series Connection

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

no data Total Return Sites (IDP) Profiling DCF

0

100.00%

0.00%

Total

8

9.64%

10

12.05%

83

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

8

9.20%

Water Well/Dug Wells

35

40.23%

Hand Pump Communal Faucet System/standposts/water storage tanks

14

16.09%

17

19.54%

1

1.15%

12

13.79%

Waterworks System (BAWASA) or individual house connections

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

Others (specify) Purchased

0.00% 0.00% 87

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

Environmental Health Sanitation Single Drop for Safe Water

Number Present Other IDPs Stakeholders (specify)

Date

Location

10-9-10

Cot. City

2

Cot. City

10

Apr. 19-20, 2010

From LGUs

Sponsoring Agencies

DOH-ARMM MTB - OXFAM

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

BHW

Female

Permanent

Contractual

No. of Visit

No. of hrs

Twice a week

8 hrs. a day

LGU-Paid

1

Farida Edza

2.

Tenurial Status

1

Health Facilities, Equipment and Logistics Health Facilities

#

Structure

1

Health Center

2

Nutrition Post

Equipment

No.

Status

Kind

Logistics

No.

Status

Kind

Status

Stethoscope

1

Target Client List

1 1

BP Apparatus

1

IEC Materials

3

Weighing Scale â&#x20AC;&#x201C; C

1

Delivery Table

4

Weighing Scale - A

1

Wheel Chair

1

No.

5

Stretcher

6

Dressing Basin

1

7

Thermometer Disposable syringe/needles Vaccines

1

8 9 10 11

1 1

Medicine/Month: 1

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. Cough and Fever

1. Gun Shot

2. LBM

2. Stroke

3. Headache

3. CA

4. Skin Disease

4.

5. Abdominal Pain

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

27 25

26

• BCG

28

• Hepa 1, 2, & 3

48

• DPT 1, 2, & 3

75

• OPV 1, 2, & 3 • Measles

19

• MMR Integrated Management of Child Illnesses

3

• Cough • Diarrhea • Measles • Family Planning Program

4

• Provision of Methods

15

• Counseling

20

New Born Services

5

• New Born Care

27

• New Born Screening National TB Program

6

• Sputum Collection • TB DOTS 7

Referral

8

Nutrition

9

• Operation Timbang • Micro-Nutrients Supplementation Other Services

193 16

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

Books per Student

Completed by End of School Year Male Female Dropped-Out

Books per Student

Completed by End of School Year Male Female Dropped-Out

Pre-school Primary 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

Pre-school Primary 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

Male

Female

Teachers

Pre-school Primary Elementary HS - Freshman HS - Sophomore HS - Junior HS - Senior Out- of- School

4.

Education Workers

Profession

Average of Actual Contact Hours on Teaching per day

Staying Where

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

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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

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DISASTER VULNERABILITY RISKS 1.

Occurrence of the same disaster again Gaps

1. Trainings on Disaster preparedness para makapaghanada kami kung may kaguluhan.

Coping Mechanism 1. Pagusapan namin kung anu ang mga dapat naming gagawin.

Safety Nets 1. Siguraduhing ligtas ang pupunthang lugar.

2. Dapat may identified na area para sa mga evacuees.

2.

Food Scarce Gaps

1. Food availability of each households.

3.

Coping Mechanism

Safety Nets

1. Mag-ipon para hindi na namin 1. May sapat na pagkain, maglaan ngmga sobrang maranasan ang hirap sa evacuation center. pera para sa in case of emergency.

Water Scarce Gaps

Coping Mechanism

Safety Nets

1. Kailangan magkaroon ng portable water para mayroong malinis na tubig na mainum..

1. Kailangan naming bumili ng tubig kasi yun ang alam namin na malinis at pwedeng inumin.

1. Isigurado naming malinis ang tubig sa pamamagitan ng pagpapakulo ng tubig bago namin inumin o may mg aagency na magturo sa amin kung panu magtest sa tubig na iniinum.

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

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4.

Limited Source of Livelihood Gaps

1. Kailangan namin ng mga farm inputs at livelihood program para sa mga women's.

Coping Mechanism 1. Techniques on Farming.

Safety Nets 1. Mag Tap ng ahensya na pwedeng magtulong.

2. Special skills na pwedeng mapagkakitaan.

5.

Outbreak of Diseases or Sickness of Family members Gaps

Coping Mechanism

1. Walang sapat na gamot para sa nagkakasakit 1. Meron sanang health center na kulang sa mga multi-vitamins. mapuntahan para di kami mahirapan.

6.

Safety Nets 1. Hihingi kami ng tulong sa gobyerno para matugunan ang mga pangangailangan.

Inadequate Housing/Shelter Materials Gaps

1. Kulang ang project para sa mga materyales para sa core shelter at dapat may sapat na tulong para sa pabahay ng mga tulad naming biktima ng gyera.

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Coping Mechanism 1. Ang mga materyales na binibigay sa amin ay ginagawa naming tent.

Safety Nets 1. Hihingi ng tulong sa LGU para mabigyan kami ng pabahay.

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7.

Inadequate School Facilities Gaps

1. Sana magkaroon ng guro at school par asa edukasyon ng aming mga anak.

8.

1. Sa kalapit na barangay nag-aaral ang aming mga anak pero ang kaya lang namin hanggang elementary lang sila paaralin kasi wala na kaming pangtustus..

Safety Nets 1. Kailangan ang school building at teachers sa amingbarangay. 2. Kailangan namin ng Day Care, Primary school up to elementary school.

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

1. Kulang na kami sa mga infrastructure dahil nasira na ng gyera.

9.

Coping Mechanism

Coping Mechanism 1. Pinagtitiisan lang namin kung anu ang mayroong natira sa aming barangay kasi wala naman kaming pang-ayos.

Safety Nets 1. Hihingi ng tulong sa gobyerno para mabigyan mabalik kung anu man ang nawala sa amin.

Limited Power/Electricity Supplies Gaps

Coping Mechanism

1. Kerosene o gas lang ang ginagamit namin na 1.Nakaka-survive naman kami kahit gas ilawan. lang ang gamit namin.

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Safety Nets 1. Sana magkaroon kami ng ilaw para may development naman ang aming barangay.

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10. Problems on Transportation Facilities Gaps

Coping Mechanism

1. Skylab and Pumpboat ang mode of transportation sa aming barangay.

Safety Nets

1. Sana Maayos ang kalsada sa aming para makapasok ang mga jeep at mailabas namin ang aming mga produkto.

1. Hihingi kami ng tulong sa gobyerno para maayos ang kalsada namin.

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. Shelter 2. School Building 3. Health Center 4. Barangay Hall 5. Water and Sanitation 6. Sport Facilities 7. Food Assistance 8. Farm Inputs 9. Madrasah

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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

6

Pregnant Women

6

Children < 6

61

Elderly > 60

16

Physical Disabilities

3

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

5 6 7

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