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Philippines: Landslide in Mount Diwata, Monkayo, Compostela Valley

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Type of Disaster: Landslide

Description: Update Report on the Landslide incident in Mount Diwata, Monkayo, Compostela Valley

Place of Disaster: Mount Diwata, Monkayo, Compostela Valley

Date and Time: Friday, December 26, 2008 01:00 AM

Summary :

UPDATE REPORT As of December 29, 2008

Two hundred two (202) families composed of 960 persons were displaced.

Eighty-three (83) families with 290 dependents took temporary shelter at the Barangay Hall and Barangay Gym of Mount Diwata while others stay at their relatives houses.

Twelve (12) houses were damaged with 6 totally destroyed and 6 partially damaged. Four (4) Elementary School buildings were also destroyed.

No casualty was reported.

The local government of Mount Diwata provided an undetermined amount of relief assistance while DSWD FO-XI provided 405 family food packs to the affected families amounting to P53,358.75.

The Field Office (FO) is closely monitoring the situation in the areas and coordinating with the LGU for updates and any request for augmentation assistance. The FO has suffiecient standby fund and stockpile of relief assistance ready for augmentation/assistance, whenever necessary.

PMB-DROMIC is closely coordinating with DSWD FO-XI for signnificant report caused by this incident.

UPDATE REPORT

Two hundred two (202) families composed of 960 persons were displaced.

All of them are temporary sheltered in a Barangay Hall and Gymnasium of Mount Diwata.

Fifteen (19) houses were damaged with 15 totally and 4 partially damaged. Four (4) elementary school classrooms were also destroyed.

No casualty was reported.

A Quick Response Team (QRT) from the Field Office (FO) was sent to the affected area yesterday, 28 December 2008, to assess the needs of the landslide victims in coordination with the local government of Monkayo.

P92,288.75 worth of relief assistance was provided to the affected families: LGU-Monkayo and DSWD-FO XI.

The FO has sufficient standby fund and stockpile of relief assistance ready for augmentation/assistance, whenever necessary.

PMB-DROMIC is closely coordinating with DSWD FO-XI for significant report caused by this incident.