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Philippine Information Agency

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“Getting involved is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change your world�

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CHAIN CHAINOF OFCOMMAND COMMAND AND ANDRESPONSIBILITY RESPONSIBILITY

H.E. BENIGNO AQUINO III President, Republic of the Philippines NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGER

RAMON G. SANTOS Head, OCD BASULTA

BGEN LORETO G RIRAO (RET), MNSA OCD ARMM Executive Director

SEC. VOLTAIRE GAZMIN

Secretary, Department of National Defense Chairperson, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council

USEC. BENITO RAMOS

Administrator, Office of Civil Defense

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Institutional and Operational Arrangements

Office of Civil Defense Regional Centers

CAR

REGION II

REGION I

NCR

REGION III

REGION V

REGION IV-A

REGION VIII

REGION IV-B

REGION X

REGION VI

CARAGA

REGION VII ARMM REGION IX REGION XII 4


National DRRM Council NDRRMC DND Chair DOST Vice-Chair Mit/Prevention

Adminitrator, OCD Executive Director

DILG Vice-Chair Preparedness

OLD OLD MEMBERS MEMBERS (NDCC) (NDCC)

DSWD Vice-Chair Response

NEDA Vice-Chair Rehab/Recovery

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AFP/INP

DA

DBM

DENR

DEPED

DOLE

DOE

DOH

DOF

DOJ

DTI

E.S.

DOTC

DOT

PRC

OCD

NEW MEMBERS

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CHED

CCC

DPWH

DFA

HUDCC

SSS

GSIS

NCRFW

OPAPP

PHIC

PNP

ULAP

LCP

LPP

LMP

LMB

NAPCVDC CSO

CSO

Press Secretary

Private Sector

CSO

CSO

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ARMM DRRM COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE Regional Governor CHAIRPERSON Regional Director, OCD Executive Director

Ref: EO 6 S.Feb2012

(48) Regional Secretary, DOST Vice-Chair for

MITIGATION/PREVENTION

Regional Secretary, DILG Vice-Chair for PREPAREDNESS

Regional Secretary, DSWD Vice-Chair for RESPONSE

Executive Director, RPDO Vice-Chair for REHAB and RECOVERY

MEMBERS (43) AFP

DA

TREAS

DENR

DEPED

DOE

DOH

DAF

DAR

DOLE

DOTC

DOT

DTI

NFA

DPWH

NSO

CCC

PRC

HUDCC

OPAPP

GSIS

ODA

PHIC

PNP

SSS

LCP

LPP

LMP

LMB

RLA

ASFP

BPI

TESDA

BFP

RCBW

ULAP

NAPCVDC

RRUC

CSO CSO CSO CSO

Private Sector 6


OFFICE OF CIVIL DEFENSE VISION VISION “A Center of Excellence in Disaster Risk Reduction and

Management by 2020”

MISSION MISSION To provide leadership and administration of a Comprehensive National Civil Defense and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Program 7


Difference Between Emergency and Disaster • Though both emergencies and disasters present situations that demand quick action, one can prepare for emergencies but not disasters. • Emergency can be of a very small level involving a single person having suffered a stroke whereas disaster is on a much bigger scale and has the potential to cause large scale destruction of life and property. • Emergencies like fire breaking out in a building can be tackled by police and fire departments working in close cooperation but disasters like floods and wildfire require prompt action by the administration 8 on a war footing to lessen destruction of life and


POST DISASTER PHASE

Disaster event

PRE-DISASTER PHASE

Disaster event

RECOVERY

RESPONSE

PREPAREDNESS

Hazard Identification

ANATOMY OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT

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DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT

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R.A. 10121 Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction Management System

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SPIRIT OF R.A. 10121

Individuals and communities are able to rebuild their lives even after devastating tragedies.

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Elements of Dimensions of Disaster Preparedness • Hazard Knowledge: Hazard Identification and Risk, Impact, and Vulnerability Analysis • Management, Direction, and Coordination • Formal and Informal Response Agreements • Supportive Resources • Property Protection


• Emergency Coping and Restoration of Key Functions • Initiation of Recovery • Develop, Organize, Mobilize Volunteers

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Units of Analysis for Disaster Preparedness • Households • Businesses • Communities and Organizations

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MAIN CONCERNS IN DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

•High keen of interest •Huge resource requirement

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PROPOSITIONAL LOGIC OF 7 MULTI AGENCY WITH RULES AND STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE

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Propositional logic of a 7 Multi-agency workshop

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ISSUES ISSUES AND AND CONCERNS CONCERNS • Limited sharing of key information between agencies; • Communication of inaccurate or incomplete information between agencies; • Poor information management (i.e. Collection, collation, organisation and dissemination); • Lack of communication and clear communication links between agencies;


• Inadequate and incompatible communication technologies. • Lack of an appropriate common operational picture; • Lack of clarity and understanding of each agency’s roles, responsibilities, actual contributions, and available resources; • Lack of clarity regarding DRRM requests; • Lack of clear and effective leadership; • Poor, unclear and/ or inadequate command and control structures;


• Inadequately prepared, equipped and tested command centres; • Poor distributed situation awareness ( i.e. awareness of other agencies’ awareness); • Cultural issues (i.e. differences in decision making processes, civilian organisation’ lack of understanding of concepts such as effects based operations and commander’s intent); • Lack of appropriate multi-agency training scenarios ( e.g full gold, silver and bronze command level incidents; • Lack of appropriate multi-agency framework and procedure • Lack of experience in working with other agencies.


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(from left) BGEN LORETO RIRAO, BASILAN GOV. JUM AKBAR, LANAO GOV. ADIONG, USEC BENITO RAMOS, TAWI-TAWI GOV. SADIKUL SAHALI, SULU GOV. ABDUSAKUR TAN, S.A. RAMON SANTOS, CD EX-O RONALD FLORES

16 16DECEMBER DECEMBER2011 2011 OFFICE OFFICEOF OFCIVIL CIVILDEFENSE DEFENSECentral CentralOffice Office Camp CampAguinaldo, Aguinaldo,Quezon QuezonCity City

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Multi-hazard Drill “KUSIONG-1” May 2011

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Priority Projects 1. Development of the following Plans: • Joint workplan for DRRM and CCA • Local DRRM Plans • National Disaster Response Plan ( to include Search, Rescue and Retrieval SRR; scenario-based preparedness and response plans) • Risk financing 36


2. Development of IEC and advocacy materials on RA 10121, DRRM and CCA 3. Development on guidelines 4. Development of tools 5. Establishment of DRRM Training Institues and flood early warning system. 6. Establishment of Local DRRMCs and offices 37

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7. Conduct of inventory of existing DRRM and CCA resources and services 8. Development and implementation of DRRM and CCA activities using 5% of government agency’s allocation from the annual national budget or General Appropriations ACT ( GAA)

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PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN AS AN EFFECTIVE MEANS TO REDUCE DISASTER RISK: CELEBRATING NATIONAL DISASTER CONSCIOUSNESS MONTH (July 2012)


• “Getting involved is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change your world” Ka pepe • “You need not change the whole world; it is more than enough just to change your world”


Concept of Operations:

Earthquake Tsunami and Fire Awareness Campaign

Purpose of Risk Communication Awareness Campaign: • Inform the local Executive of their duties in the context of RA 10121 • Advocate and Educate communities about emergency and Disaster Preparedness • Change old belief system that “ none can be done against disaster” • Change risky behaviours


Be ready always for CARDIAC: CARDIAC-

Communication of Hazard Analyze Disaster Reduce Risk Develop Response Plan Improve Livelihood Adjust to Nature Culture of Safety


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“It is very possible that there are causes better than those I have embraced, but my cause is good and that is enough for me. I accept the cause of my

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DISASTER AWARENESS MEDIA FORUM 2012  

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