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BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE

Contingency Planning is a forward planning process, in a state of uncertainty , in which scenarios


and objectives are agreed, managerial and technical actions defines, and potential response system
put in place in order to prevent to better respond to, an emergency or critical situation.

Contingencies that affect our country include natural hazards such as typhoons, floods, flashfloods,
landslides, earthquake, volcanic eruptions, storm surges, tsunamis, tsunamis, epidemics and human-
induced hazards like fire, water and power supplies. These calamities could drain our countrys
resources and overwhelm our countries structures and decision-making mechanisms.

Destruction and loses arising from these emergencies can be mitigated, if not prevented, through
effective contingency planning.

A contingency plan also helps network and coordinate individuals, agencies and organizations to
undertake rapid and effective response and disaster risk reduction activities.

By organizing potential response structures, mechanisms, resources and disaster risk reduction
measures that are focused into a certain emergency event prior to occurrence, a contingency plan
assists in;

1.) Generating commitment among parties involve to act in a coordinate manner before the
emergency occurs.

2.) Mobilizing effective actions and resources for emergency response

3.) Designing a concrete continuous plan until the emergency occurs, continuously updating such
plan as long as the hazard exists or can be discontinued when the hazard is no longer
threatening.

Contingency planning is mechanism to pull together resources and interagency coordination


at the adverse of early warning signals of an impending emergency. It means hosting of flag
of alert and seriously pulling all actions to focus their attentions and energy to readily
prepare and response to a potential emergency.
BARANGAY PROFILE

A. LOCATION AND BARANGAY BOUNDARIES

The Barangay Ordovilla is only one kilometer about 5 minutes travel from municipality
of Victoria, Oriental Mindoro. Ordovilla ia bounded on the North by the Barangay
Sampaguita on the South by the Barangay San Juan on the East by the Barangay
Poblacion 2, and on the West by the Barangay San Gabriel. One of the nearest barangay
in the Municipality of Victoria, Oriental Mindoro. Barangay Ordovilla covers a total land
area of 433.58 hectares and has a total of seven (7) Purok.

B. LAND AREA AND BARANGAY SUBDIVISIONS

Barangay Ordovilla covers an area of 433.58 hectares, planted rice and fruit trees.
Lowland and upland, a rural Barangay, having a Residential area of 14,5582 hectares
and 4107917 hectare of Agricultural area it is composed of seven(7) Purok.

AREA PER PUROK


PUROK AREA
PUROK-I 55 HECTARES
PUROK II 60 HECTARES
PUROK-III 65 HECTARES
PUROK-IV 79 HECTARES
PUROK-V 84.58 HECTARES
PUROK-VI 60 HECTARES
PUROK-VII 30 HECTARES

Barangay Facilities 3.0


Barangay Elem. School 1.0
Grand Total

Climate, Temperature, and Relative Humidity

The Barangay Ordovilla, Victoria falls under climatic Type VI wherein rainfall is more or
less evenly distributed throughout the year. Its mean annual rainfall has been recorded
to be 1,930 mm. with the months of October, November and December as the period
where rain mostly while the months of March to April as the driest period. Relative
humidity increases to 86.6 percent during the rainy months of October and November.
Temperature records showed that highest temperature in 33 degree centigrade occurring
during the month of May while the lowest temperature of22 degree centigrade occurs in
January. Prevailing wind comes from the northeast direction.
HAZARD AFFECTING the BARANGAY

The Philippines is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world and the
Barangay Ordovilla is no exemption like other Barangay in the Municipality of Victoria, it
is highly vulnerable to various hazard which can directly its populace, their properties, as
well as infrastructure facilities. Identified hazards posing threat to the Barangay are as
follows;

1.) Hydro meteorological Hazards: Typhoon, Flood, La Nina, Landslides, Drought, El Nino

VI 100 300 250 05 20 40 200


VII 100 200 300 10 05 20 300

TOTAL 1,250 2,050 1,950 123 85 165 1245

2.) Geological Hazards: Earthquake, Human-induced Hazard: Terrorism/Armed Conflict:


Vehicular Accident: Fire

3.) Other Hazards: Health Epidemics, Dengue, Filariasis, Malaria, agricultural Pests and
Diseases

Hazards and Vulnerability Analysis

Below is the result of the hazard identification conducted by the BDRRMC during its
first Workshop after each organization.

TYPES OF HOUSES/PER PUROK

PUROK CONCRETE SEMI CONCRETE LIGHT MATERIALS

I 64 17 24

II 32 20 12

III 39 24 10

IV 25 24 46

V 10 34 8

VI 9 7 29

VII 26 18 1

TOTAL 209 144 130


POPULATION AND AGRICULTURAL AREA LIKELY TO BE AFFECTED BY FLOOD PER PUROK

FLOOD HH POPULATION % OF AREA RICE AREA

PRONE TOTAL LIKELY TO BE LIKELY TO BE LIKELY TO

PUROK POPULATION AFFECTED AFFECTED BE

AFFECTED

PUROK-I 455 11 46 2% OF 3HEC

PUROK-II 344 20 114 39% OF


35HEC

PUROK-III 322 05 22 7% 15HEC

PUROK-IV 418 14 61 25% 48HEC

TOTAL 1539 50 243 101

Tropical cyclones entering the Philippines Area of responsibility are given a local name by
the Philippine atmospheric, geophysical and astronomical service administration (PAGASA)
which also raise public storm signal warning as deemed necessary.

Signal No 1 - winds of not more than 60KPH may be expected in at least 24 hours.
Signal No 2 winds of 61 up to 100KPH may be expected in at least 24 hours.
Signal No 3 winds of 101 up to 185KPH may be expected in at least 18 hours.

Typhoon is basically caused by series of low pressure and tail end of cold front developing
into a tropical depression. Climate change triggers typhoons. Around 19 tropical cyclones or
storms enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility in a typical year and of these usually 6 to 9
make landfall. The province of Oriental Mindoro is a province island and is isolated along the
typhoon belt.

EARTHQUAKE

Earthquake is the shaking of the Earths surface caused by rapid movement of the Earths
rocky outer layer and the first main earthquake hazard is the effects of ground shaking. The intensity of
shaking varies depending on a number of factors namely earthquake magnitude, distance from the epicenter,
degree of ground consolidation and thickness of soil overburden. Ground shaking as result of a shallow seated
and large magnitude earthquake leads to other secondary hazards such as liquefaction, ground rupture along
faults and landslides, fires and toppling of buildings which may result to deaths, property damage and sort to
long term effects to the economy.
SITATION AND ASSUMED SCENARIO FPR EARTHQUAKE

SCENARO

situation BAS CASE WORSE CASE WORST CASE

5.1 magnitude, 7 Purok 6.2 magnitude, 7 Purok 7.5 magnitude, all 7


along the fault line are affected prurok are affected
affected

Description of
event

Death/Injury 0 person injured 1 person injured 3 person injured

675 population are affected 1370 of population are 2141 of population are
affected, 80% of 5 Purok and 20% of 2 adjustment affected to 7 purok
Purok

Effect on Housing units and Housing units and Buildings Housings and Buildings
Properties and buildings along fault along fault lines unsafe for within the Barangay
Livelihood line partially damaged occupancy other Buildings affected are damaged/ or
within the Barangays unsafe for occupancy
affected are partially
damaged

No power supply and No power supply and


communication signals for communication signals
3 days for a WK sources of water
supply are affected

Prone area, vulnerable population and groups include those who are poor, the senior citizens, person
with disabilities, pregnant women and children.

Households and population living below poverty line were measured based on 14 indicators on health
and nutrition, housing water and sanitation, basic education, income and livelihood and peace and
order. Results of the Community Based Monitoring System.
SENIOR CITIZEN AND PERSON WITH DISABILITIES

SENIOR CITIZEN PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

PUROK MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL

PUROK-I 16 20 36 0 01 01

PUROK-II 12 19 31 0 01 01

PUROK-III 9 9 18 05 0 05

PUROK-IV 13 14 27 01 03 04

PUROK-V 12 15 27 02 01 03

PUROK-VI 07 08 15 01 0 01

PUROK-VII 08 11 19 01 01 02

OBJECTIVES

To mitigate the effects of hazards through timely effective and responsive measures.
To mobilize effective actions and resources for emergency response.
To generate commitment among parties involved to act in coordinate manner before the
emergency occur.
To maximize the limited resources of the local Government.
To know when the disaster comes.
EVIDENCE
MY INTERVIEW
SIR TANI MALITAO
(Head of the Disaster)
NAME: KRISTINE JOY ORDONA DELACRUZ
NICK- NAME: TINE
AGE: 18
BIRTHDAY: December 15,1998
ADDRESS: ORDOVILLA VICTORIA ORIENTAL MINDORO
MOTHERS NAME: CYNTHIA VERGARA ORDONA
FATHERS NAME: ANTONIO DELACRUZ ORDONA
CELLPHONE NO: 09974139981
ORIENTAL MINDORO ACADEMY
Nautical Highway Polacion IV, Victoria Oriental Mindoro

PROJECT
IN
RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT

SUBMITTED TO: MRS. JESSELITA LORENZO BARIT

SUBMITTED BY: KRISTINE JOY ORDOA


BASE MAP
BARANGAY OFFICALS

HISTORY OF THE BARANGAY


People from other places led by Tomas Ordoa and Isabel Villanueva
settled in Ordovilla in the late 1920s.The development of the barrio
started with the creation of a community school which was later on
development into an elementary school in the person of Felimon Ordoa,
Venancio Ordoa,and Pablo Borja through time efforts of Venancio Ordoa,
who has been lieutenant from 1945-1953.Ordovilla Elementary School was
created in 1948 and the first pre-fabricated school building was
constructed.The name of the school was taken from the last name of the
couple ORDO from Ordoa and VILLA from Villanueva.
The name of the barangay was patterned after the name of the school.It
was named ORDOVILLA just in time when the separation Borboclon from
Naujan was being conceptualized.