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CAPACITY BUILDING for Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation in the PHILIPPINES. GEO CBC-7 Meeting June 3 - 4, 2008 Tashkent, Uzbekistan by: VBMalano. Background. Weather Systems Affecting the Philippines. Background. Background. Background. ALSO affecting: - Earthquakes

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Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

CAPACITY BUILDING

for Disaster Preparedness

and Mitigation in the PHILIPPINES

GEO CBC-7 Meeting

June 3 - 4, 2008

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

by: VBMalano


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Background

Weather Systems Affecting the Philippines


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Background


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Background


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Background

ALSO affecting:

- Earthquakes

- Tsunamis

- Volcanic eruptions


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Resulting to . . .

  • Toto Soberano, PDI


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

  • Late 2004

  • Floods and Landslides in Quezon and Aurora

  • More than 1500 people perished

Initiative: Enhance Forecasting Capabilities

1) Rehab/repair/upgrade Observation Stations

- RADAR NETWORK

- SYNOP STATIONS

- AEROMET STATIONS

- UPPER AIR NETWORK

- HYDROMET /AGROMET


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Initiative: Enhance Forecasting Capabilities

2) Acquisition of hi-speed computing machines and

communication facilities


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Initiative: Enhance Forecasting Capabilities

3) Strengthen/Establish

Community-Based Early Warning System

- Information Education Campaign

- Collaboration with LGUs and NGOs


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Initiative: Enhance Forecasting Capabilities

4) Strengthen Research Activities


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Initiative: Enhance Forecasting Capabilities

5) Training of personnel

- Meteorologists

- Hydrologists

- Operational Forecasters/Researchers

- Engineers and Technicians


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Radar Network

Aparri, Cagayan

Tuba, Benguet

Baler, Aurora

Bato, Catanduanes

Guiuan, E. Samar

EGSalazar Oct’06


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

More Radar stations

LEGEND:

Operational

For Installation

Aparri, Cagayan

Tuba, Benguet

Baler, Aurora

Subic, Zambales

Tagaytay City

Bato, Catanduanes

Guiuan, E. Samar

Cebu

Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur

Tampakan, South Cotabato

EGSalazar Oct’06


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

LEGEND:

Operational

Proposed

Upper-Air Station Network

Laoag City

Tanay, Rizal

Legazpi City

Cebu (Mactan)

Pto. Princesa City

Davao City


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Itbayat

Basco

Calayan

Aparri

Laoag

AOS Science Garden

Sinait

Tuguegarao

Baguio

Casiguran

Port Area

Dagupan

Baler

Iba

Cabanatuan

DMIA

Infanta

SBIA

Tanay

Sangley Pt

Alabat

NAIA

Daet

Ambulong

Tayabas

Virac

Pili

Metro Manila Stations

Calapan

Legaspi

Catarman

Romblon

San Jose

Masbate

Catbalogan

Coron

Roxas

Borongan

Tacloban

Pag-asa Is.

Iloilo

Guiuan

Cuyo

Maasin

Cebu (Mactan)

Surigao

Pto. Princesa

Tagbilaran

Dumaguete

Butuan

Cagayan de Oro

Dipolog

Hinatuan

Malaybalay

Cotabato

Davao

Zamboanga

General Santos

Surface Synoptic Station Network

EGSalazar Oct’06


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Agromet

Stations

Basco, Batanes

Batac, Ilocos N.

Echague, Isabela

La Trinidad, Benguet

Bayambang, N. Viscaya

Ha. Luisita, Tarlac

Munoz, N. Ecija

Pakil, Laguna

Science Garden, QC

Tagaytay City

Pili, Camarines Sur

Los Banos, Laguna

Guinobatan, Albay

Catarman, Samar

Mambusao, Capiz

Baybay, Leyte

La Carlota, Negros Oc.

Aborlan, Palawan

Musuan, Bukidnon

Marawi City

Tagum, Davao

Kabacan, Cotabato

Bago Oshiro, Davao City


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Hydromet Data Acquisition

Telemetered river basin

  • 18 Major river basins

  • - telemetered river basins

    • Pampanga

    • Agno

    • Bicol

    • Cagayan

  • 4 – reservoirs

    • Angat

    • Pantabangan

    • Magat

    • Binga/Ambuklao/San Roque

Cagayan river basin

Agno river basin

Pampanga river basin

Bicol river basin


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

CBFEWS

COMPLETED

ON-GOING

PROPOSED

ABRA RIVER BASIN (ILOCOS SUR & ABRA)

NUEVA VISCAYA

ZAMBALES

NORTHERN SAMAR

LAGUNA

EASTERN SAMAR

CAVITE

LEYTE

SOUTHERN LEYTE

ANTIQUE

SURIGAO DEL NORTE

BOHOL

SURIGAO DEL SUR

ZAMBOANGA SIBUGUEY


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Our Partners

  • Different Organizations:

  • - Government/Private Institutions

  • LGUs, NGOs

  • International Organizations


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Our Partners

The PAGASA is a member of the ff:

World Meteorological Organization

UNESCAP-WMO Typhoon Committee

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

Affiliations with international organizations:

United Nations Education Program (UNEP)

United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

Our Partners

Linkages:

Asia Pacific Climate Network (APCN)

International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)

International Oceanographic Commission (IOC)

Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC)

International Research Institute (IRI)

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)

Australian Center International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)

National Committee on Marine Sciences (NCMS)


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

The success of an EWS is implicit in the operative capability and the response of the community which operates it.


Capacity building for disaster preparedness and mitigation in the philippines

THANK YOU!


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