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13/11/2013: ADVISORY NO. 2: UPDATES ON TYPHOON YOLANDA (HAIYAN)

Source: NDRRMC Situation Report No. 15

(as of 10:00 p.m., 12 November 2013, PH Time)

GENERAL INFORMATION
  • On 06 November 2013, Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility
  • It continued to intensify as it moved in a West Northwest direction towards Eastern Visayas
  • At 4:40 a.m. of 08 November 2013 (PH Time) it made its first landfall over Guiuan, Eastern Samar.  Succeeding landfalls were made throughout the day over Tolosa, Leyte, Daanbantayan, Cebu, Bantayan Island, Cebu, Concepcion, Iloilo and Busuanga, Palawan.
  • The typhoon slightly weakened as it headed towards the West Philippine Sea
  • By 3:30 p.m. 09 November 2013 (PH Time), Typhoon Yolanda exited the Philippine Area of  Responsibility.
REPORT OF CASUALTIES/DAMAGES
  • As of 10:00 p.m., 10 November 2013, the total casualties that have been reported are as follows:

1,798 dead

2,582 injured

82 missing

  • A total of 6,937,229 individuals or 1,387,446 families in nine regions have been affected.
  • 582,303 people are displaced.
  • Report of damages:

149,015 houses

3 roads in Regions VI and VIII remain impassable

  • Total cost of damages:

PhP 87,997,500.00 – infrastructure

PhP 373,202,023.48 – agriculture

  • Some provinces still experience power outages
  • Cities/Provinces under a State of Calamity:

Dumangas, Iloilo

Janiuay, Iloilo

Antique

Bacolod City

  • Provinces under a National State of Calamity (by virtue of Presidential Proclamation No. 682 dated 11 November 2013):

Samar

Leyte

Cebu

Aklan

Iloilo

Capiz

Palawan

  • Personnel, equipment, vehicles and other assets have been deployed by National and Local Agencies, Responders and Volunteer Groups/Organizations to different strategic areas to facilitate response operations.
  • For a more up to date and detailed information on the effects of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) please refer to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Center (NDRRMC) website at www.ndrrmc.gov.ph
USEFUL CONTACT NUMBERS

Urgent queries on those affected by Typhoon Yolanda may be directed through the government hotlines listed below:

National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC)
Tel. No.: (+632) 911-1406; (+632) 912-2665; (+632) 912-5668; (+632) 911-1873;
(+632) 912-3046

Trunkline: (+632) 911-5061 to 64

Those who are searching for relatives and friends in affected areas may send queries to dopcenbackup@gmail.com

Philippine Red Cross (PRC)

Tel. No.: (+632) 911-1876; (+632) 527-0000; (+632) 527-8385 to 95

Philippine Red Cross Welfare Desk (Restoring Family Links and Tracing Services):

Yolanda-RFL and Tracing Form

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Disaster Response Unit

Tel. No.: (+632) 931-8101 to 07 loc. 426 or 425

For queries or information on relief efforts, please contact the following:

Information on how to volunteer/go on missions to the Philippines: consul3@philippinessanfrancisco.org
Information on relief activities conducted by Filipino  American organizations/groups: cultural@philippinessanfrancisco.org
Assistance in locating missing persons:
atn@philippinessanfrancisco.org
Philippine Consulate General Hotline

Tel. No.: 415-269-2090

 

HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE

In response to several queries regarding possible recipients of donations for those affected by  Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), we wish to inform the public that donations may be sent through the following:

National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Center (NDRRMC)

Account Name:          NDRRMC Donated Funds

Account Numbers:

0435-021927-030 (Peso Account);

0435-021927-530 (Dollar Account)

Swift Code:                DBPHPHMM Account # 36002016

Address:

Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP)
Camp Aguinaldo Branch, PVAO Compound, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City 1110
Philippines

 

Contact Person:         Ms. Rufina A. Pascual, Collecting Officer NDRRMC,

Office of Civil Defense, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City

Contact Nos.:             +(632)421-1920; 911-5061 to 65 local 116

Email:                         accounting@ocd.gov.ph

Website:                     www.ndrrmc.gov.ph

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)

Account Number:                  3124-0055-81

Bank Branch Address:

Land Bank of the Philippines

Batasan, Quezon City, Philippines

Contact Person:                     Ms. Fe Catalina Ea, Cash Division

Contact Nos.:                         +(632)931-8101 local 226; +(63918)628-1897 (cellphone)

Website:                                 www.dswd.gov.ph

Philippine Red Cross (PRC)

Contact No.:                +(632)527-0000

Website:                      www.redcross.org.ph

 

Bank Accounts for Donations
Banco De Oro

Account Number:

00-453-0018647 (Peso Account)

10-453-0039482 (Dollar Account)

Swift Code:                 BNORPHMM

Metrobank

Account Number:

151-3-041631228 (Peso Account)

151-2-15100218-2 (Dollar Account)

Swift Code:                 MBTCPHMM

 

Philippine National Bank

Account Number:

3752 8350 0034 (Peso Account)

3752 8350 0042 (Dollar Account)

Swift Code:                 PNBMPHMM

 

Unionbank of the Philippines

Account Number:

1015 4000 0201 (Peso Account)

1315 4000 0090 (Dollar Account)

Swift Code:                 UBPHPHMM

 

Per PRC Website, “For your donations to be properly acknowledged, please fax the bank transaction slip at PRC nos. +(632)527-0575 or +(632)404-0979 with your name, address and contact number.”
The NDRRMC, Philippine Red Cross and DSWD have indicated that monetary donations are the most flexible at this time.  Please also indicate that the donation is intended for those affected by the Typhoon Yolanda.
The following are the most urgent supplies needed by those affected by Typhoon Yolanda:

Food (preferably ready-to-eat, cooked)

  • Water
  • Water purifiers
  • Water containers
  • Tents and other temporary shelters
  • Blankets, pillows, towels, etc.
  • Hygiene kits
  • Cooking apparatus and utensils
  • Power generators

 

Donors are requested to partner up with charitable organizations/institutions in the Philippines that would facilitate the release of relief supplies from concerned government agencies and handle distribution to target areas.

Please be informed that the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) still prohibits donations of used clothing.
Please note that the Philippine Consulate General does not collect any form of relief goods for the Philippines.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON THE ENTRY OF HUMANITARIAN WORKERS, MEDICAL WORKERS AND SEARCH-AND RESCUE TEAMS
  • Search-and-rescue teams are to coordinate with the NDRRMC Office of Civil Defense for advice on where the team’s services could be used
  • Medical teams are requested to coordinate with the Department of Health (DOH) in Manila for information on where the team’s services could be used
  • Teams will be responsible for their travel from Manila or Cebu to Tacloban or to the area where their assistance will be needed.
  • Team members will be responsible for their own safety and personal provisions (ie. Food, clothing, shelter, etc.)
  • For additional information please email consul3@philippinessanfrancisco.org

To read the full NDRRMC Situation Report No. 15, which includes detailed information such as the list of casualties, damages and actions taken by Government Agencies, please click on the link below:

NDRRMC Situation Report No. 15