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  1. Task Force Pablo Philippines JOSE RENE D. ALMENDRAS Cabinet Secretary Office of the President July 15, 2013

  2. Philippines • Population – 92,337,852 (2010 Census) • Tropical Climate • Area - Covering almost 300,000 sq.km. (over 115,000 sq mi) • Located in the Southeast Asian Region. • Location on the Pacific Ring of Fire makes it prone to earthquakes and typhoons • Third most disaster-prone country in the world: Around 22 tropical cyclones affect the country per year

  3. AFTERMATH OF TYPHOON PABLO • For Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental alone • 2,759 injured • 479 missing • Strongest typhoon to cross Mindanao since Typhoon IKE in 1984, and strongest to cross Davao Provinces since Typhoon KATE in 1970. -NDRRMC Final Situational Report on Typhon Pablo -PDNA for Typhoon Pablo

  4. AFTERMATH OF TYPHOON PABLOCompostela Valley Before After Debris flow field in New Bataan, Compostela Valley

  5. AFTERMATH OF TYPHOON PABLODavao Oriental

  6. AFTERMATH OF TYPHOON PABLO

  7. KEY CHALLENGE: OVERCOMING EXTREME WEATHER CHANGES • Debris Flow • 25M to 30M cubic meters of debris flow deposits • Covered 2,472 ha • Stronger Wind Magnitude • 185 kph wind magnitude • 220 kph gustiness • Double Amount of Rainfall

  8. LESSONS LEARNED Tropical Storm Washi (locally known as Sendong) Typhoon Bopha (locally known as Pablo) President’s directive to craft a comprehensive Pablo Rehabilitation Plan Quick Decision/Action by GPH in accepting humanitarian aid Proper Planning and Coordination among Government Agencies Feedback and Assessment • Made landfall on 15 Dec. 2011 in Philippines • 1,268 casualties, 6,071 injured, and 181 missing • Humanitarian Cluster Approach: GPH and Multi-Sector coordination

  9. BEST PRACTICES FROM TYPHOON PABLO • Strengthening Partnerships • National Government Agencies, Local Government Units, UN and International Organizations, Private Sector and NGOs. • Joint Preparedness: - Planning, Pre-positioning, Deployment, Joint Needs Assessment • Cluster Approach implemented at the municipal and provincial level • Multilateral Humanitarian Assistance

  10. GPH’s VISION & PRIORITIES IN REHABILITATION • Build-Back-Better Principle in Rehabilitation Phase • Upgraded Infrastructure Designs • Improved Health Services and Educational Assistance • End-to-End Approach in Creating Livelihood Opportunities • Zero Casualty Principle • LiDar Surveys and Flood Maps • Identification of Safe Zones and No-Build Zones

  11. GPH’s VISION & PRIORITIES IN REHABILITATION • Smooth transition from Recovery to Rehabilitation Phase • Continued partnership and coordination

  12. GPH’s VISION & PRIORITIES IN REHABILITATION Task Force Pablo Chair: Office of the Cabinet Secretary Livelihood Cluster Cluster Head: DTI Members: DA,DENR DOLE,DOST DSWD,DOT GFIs,HUDCC NCIP,NHA OCD Support Cluster Cluster Head: DBM Members: DFA,DOF DOJ,NEDA OCD,OPAPP PCDSPO PCOO,PMS Infrastructure Cluster Cluster Head: DPWH Members: DEPED,DOE, DENR,DOH DOST,DILG DTI,DOTC LWUA,OCD Resettlement Cluster Cluster Head: DILG Members: DA,DAR DEPED,DENR DOH,DOST DSWD,HLURB HUDCC,NCIP NHA,OCD Social Services Cluster Cluster Head: DSWD Members: DA,DEPED DENR,DOH HLURB,HUDCC NCIP,NHA OCD • Senior Cabinet Officials lead the Task Force Pablo Rehabilitation

  13. REHABILITATION: WAY FORWARD • Full Transition : Relief to Rehabilitation Phase • Institutionalize Implementation, Monitoring, and Evaluation Mechanisms

  14. DAO:UN AND THE PHILIPPINES • NDCC Circular No. 05 s-2007 • Institutionalized Cluster Approach in the Philippine Disaster Management System

  15. Thank you.