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  1. BUILDING SAN FRANCISCO AS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITY

  2. Awardee: Model Town Cleanest and Greenest Best Implementer of Solid Waste Management Implementer of Change Missionary for Change

  3. The San Francisco/Pacijan Island as part of Camotes Group of Islands • One of the four municipalities of camotes • Group of islands • eleven coastal barangays are prone to typhoon, stormsurge, • two barangays are vulnerable to flood • one of upland barangay is in danger to landslide Western Pob on 8-11-10

  4. Common Man made hazards Illegal logging Sand extraction Illegal fishing Quarrying Improper anchorage Illegal cutting of mangrove Coral Reef Destruction

  5. Natural Hazard Flood Damage Cliff Landslide Typhoon Storm Surge Sea Level Rise

  6. Existing Law, Program and Project/laws that will help in making San Francisco resilient: Legal Basis: DRRM ACT or Republic Act 10121 (approved May 27, 2010) Project: Disaster Prevention through Coastal Resource Management implemented by Plan International Program: Adopted the 10 Point Checklist (International Campaign for Disaster Risk Reduction based on Hyogo Framework for Action

  7. THE TEN POINT CHECKLIST

  8. 1. Put in place organization & coordination to clarify everyone’s roles & responsibilities

  9. Creation of Municipal Disaster Coordinating Council now become LDDRMC and re-activate CiERT.

  10. LDRRMC MEETING

  11. ORIENTATION ON THE R.A 10121 WITH PLAN INTERNATIONAL

  12. LDRRMC TEAM BUILDING WITH PLAN INTERNATIONAL STAFF

  13. HEALTH & NUTRITION INTEGRATE THE drr COMMITTEE DOWN TO THE PUROK LEVEL AGRICULTURE & LIVELIHOOD SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION/DISASTER RISK REDUCTION THE PUROK HALL TOURISM & WOMEN & CHILDREN INFRASTRUCTURE YOUTH & SPORTS DEVELOPMENT

  14. THE PROCESS OF DISSEMINATING INFORMATION DOWN TO THE PUROK ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE MUNICIPAL MAYOR CHAIRMAN SUPERVISOR OVERALL COORDINATOR PUROK COORDINATOR NORTH DISTRICT 21 Puroks PUROK COORDINATOR NORTH DISTRICT 21 Puroks PUROK COORDINATOR CENTRAL DISTRICT 18 Puroks PUROK COORDINATOR CENTRAL DISTRICT 19 Puroks PUROK COORDINATOR SOUTH DISTRICT 21 Puroks PUROK COORDINATOR SOUTH DISTRICT 20 Puroks

  15. Purok Meeting and General Assembly • Weekly Meeting of Purok Coordinators

  16. 2. Assign a budget & provide for homeowners, low-income families, private sector to invest in risk reduction

  17. Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Fund BASED ON RA10121 (70% mitigation and 30% for Quick Respond Fund)

  18. Providing Financial Assistance to vulnerabilities through purok system • 300,000.00 as cash awards for most resilient purok

  19. Planning and feedbacking on the status of their CBU during General Assembly Meeting

  20. Livelihood Assistance • Onemillion pesos livelihood assistance for vulnerable farmers and fishermen

  21. 3. Update data on hazards & vulnerabilities , prepare & share risk assessment

  22. Conduct Hazards & Vulnerabilities assessment

  23. 11 COASTAL BARANGAY HAZARD MAPS CONSUELO SOUTHERN POB ESPERANZA UNIDOS STA CRUZ NORTHERN POB

  24. 11 COASTAL BARANGAY HAZARD MAPS SAN ISIDRO HIMENSULAN SONOG UNION SANTIAGO

  25. Conducted Hazard, Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment for eleven coastal barangay

  26. 4. Invest in and maintain critical infrastructure that reduces risk, such as flood drainage, adjusted where needed to cope with climate change.

  27. Make a climate proof type of gynasium

  28. Established a pilot sitio at Kangganay, San Isidro an alternative energy, the SOLAR POWER.

  29. The typhoon proof built type wet market

  30. Drainage Canal in Unidos

  31. Typhoon built type of School

  32. Strict Implementation of safety requirements in building permits

  33. 5. Assess the safety of all schools & health facilities & upgrade these as necessary

  34. Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Orientation conducted to students and teachers

  35. Schools hazard and risk assessment and plans

  36. Schools have already hazard and vulnerbilities map conducted in partnership with Plan International

  37. DRM with climate change curriculum is introduced to both Elementary and Secondary Schools

  38. Schools are conducted yearly by Plan International and Fire Department in cooperation with the LGU of San Francisco

  39. Rural Health Unit staff with the municipal doctor trained on DRR and Basics of Health Emergency Response

  40. Designate health ambassador to train community people especially at the purok level to mitigate epidemic and other health related issues

  41. Barangay or Village Health Workers were trained on Basic Life Support and First Aid

  42. 6. Enforce risk-compliant building regulations & land use planning principles, identify safe land for low –income citizens

  43. Earthquake Drills for HS/Elementary Student

  44. LGU employee as the School Drill Instructor on Earthquake/Fire Drill

  45. School earthquake/fire drills

  46. Implementation of the San Francisco Master Development Plan (in land use plan)

  47. Land use regulations and building codes, health and safety codes were added as requirement for the issuance of building permit

  48. 7. Ensure education programmes & training on disaster risk reduction are in place in schools and local communities

  49. Global Warming/Climate Change Adaptation orientation to the elementary & Highschool in parnertship with Plan International (thru DPCRM)