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Contents

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Message of the Municipal Mayor Municipal Profile

1

Physical Characteristics

2

Hydrology

5

Geology

5

Soil

6

Elevation

6

Climate

7

Demography

8

Groups Vulnerable to Disaster

9

Disaster Experiences

10

Rescue Trainings

20

MGB Assessment Results

23

Landslide Assessment Results

25

Flashflood Assessment Results

27

Vehicular Accidents

29

The Cut Plan

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Executive Order

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Annexes

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Maps

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Republic of the Philippines Region X PROVINCE OF BUKIDNON M unicipality of Sumilao OFFICE OF

Republic of the Philippines Region X PROVINCE OF BUKIDNON

M unicipality of Sumilao

OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL MAYO R

M unicipality of Sumilao OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL MAYO R Message planning vulnerabilities. from different The

Message

of Sumilao OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL MAYO R Message planning vulnerabilities. from different The presence of

planning

vulnerabilities.

from

different

The presence of different hazards in

our Municipality

has increased our awareness on ho w vulnerable our

people are to possible calamities.

The formulation of this 2017-201 9 Disaster Risk

which is focused

Preparedness,

Reduction and Management Plan,

on its four(4) core thematic areas:

Mitigation/Prevention, Resp onse and

Rehabilitation/Recovery, is vital in

strengthening the

disaster risk reduction and manage ment capability of

our Municipality. The integrated a nd collaborative

sectors will reduce, if not elimina te, our disaster

Disaster risk reduction an d management is everybody’s concern.

play our respective roles fo r its successful implementation.

Let’s continue to

JOSE ANTONIO A. VILLO Municipal Mayor

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION & MANAGEMENT PLAN I.

MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION & MANAGEMENT PLAN

I. Municipal Profile

Sumilao is one of the 20 Municipalities of Bukidnon. It is situated in the northern part of the Province. It lies between two growth centers of the Province, Manolo Fortich and the City of Malaybalay. It is located 61 kilometers away from Cagayan de Oro City and 29 kilometers from the provincial capital, Malaybalay City. It is particularly bounded in the east by the Municipality of Impasugong, in the south by the Municipalities of Lantapan and Talakag, in the west by the Municipalities of Libona and Baungon and in the north by the Municipality of Manolo Fortich. It is estimated to fall within 8 degrees 11 seconds and 8 degrees 12 seconds north latitude and 124 degrees 52 seconds and 125 degrees 2 seconds east longitude.

It is composed of Ten (10) Barangays, namely: Kisolon, Kulasi, Licoan, Lupiagan, Ocasion, Poblacion, Puntian, San Roque, San Vicente and Vista Villa.

Unlike any other municipality, the seat of government in Sumilao is located in Barangay Kisolon which is along the National Highway and dubbed as the Central Business District of the locality. Barangay Poblacion, which is 8 kms. from the highway, serves as satellite barangay for the other rural Barangays.

which is 8 kms. from the highway, serves as satellite barangay for the other rural Barangays.
which is 8 kms. from the highway, serves as satellite barangay for the other rural Barangays.

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan 1.0 Physical Characteristics 1.1 Topography and Land

1.0 Physical Characteristics

1.1 Topography and Land Features

Sumilao is accessible by land transportation plying the Cagayan de Oro City and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia route. The 8 kms. stretch of the National Sayre Highway traverses the municipal area from Barangay San Vicente to Kisolon.

It has two (2) important landmarks, MT. KITANGLAD and KULAMAN RIVER. Barangays Lupiagan and Licoan are situated at the foot of the mountain. Kulaman River, with its deep canyon, has its headwater at the foot of Mt. Kitanglad in the south and flows to the northern part of the municipality towards Tagoloan River. Barangays along this big river are Lico-an, Lupiagan, Poblacion, Kulasi, San Roque, Kisolon and San Vicente. Areas at the foot of Mt. Kitanglad and the sides of the Kulaman canyon are considered landslide prone areas (See attached map). However, urbanized zones or communities are far from the landslide prone areas.

(See attached map). However, urbanized zones or communities are far from the landslide prone areas. SumilaoBukidnon
(See attached map). However, urbanized zones or communities are far from the landslide prone areas. SumilaoBukidnon

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Figure 1.0 MUNICIPAL MAP

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan The vast fertile and wide forestall area is the

The vast fertile and wide forestall area is the foremost natural

resources of the municipality. These are potentially strategic areas for

agriculture and forest development. Its total land area is 20,749

hectares representing 2.4% of the total land area of the province. Its

participation rate in the region is 0.7212.

Of the ten barangays, Lupiagan has the largest area at about

6,055.4722 hectares or 29.18 % of the total land area. San Vicente is

the smallest with 858.4760 hectares or 4.14 % of the total area.

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)

CENRO B-340 data revealed that Sumilao’sexpanse is classified as

15,591.60 hectares of alienable and disposable land in

additionto5,157.40 hectares of forested or timberland as shown below.

Table 1.0 LAND CLASSIFICATION PER BARANGAY

Barangay

Total Land Area (Has.)

Alienable/

Timberland/

Disposable

Forestal

 

Lands

Kisolon

2,613.9130

2,463.913

150.00

Kulasi

1,193.1003

1,193.1003

-

Lico-an

2,159.8142

1,239.2942

920.5200

Lupiagan

6,055.4722

3,076.4322

2,979.040

Ocasion

1,041.2416

1,041.2416

-

Poblacion

2,141.0360

2,141.0360

-

Puntian

1,774.8238

1,774.8238

-

San Roque

1,426.4976

756.8676

669.6300

San Vicente

858.4760

858.4760

-

Vista Villa

1,484.6253

1,046.4153

438.2100

TOTAL

20,749.000

15,591.6000

5,157.4000

Source: DENR, CENRO B-340, Manolo Fortich

Barangay Lupiagan, the largest barangay in terms of the land

area, accounts 19.73% of the total A & D area and 57.76% of the total

timberland/forested area. Barangay Lupiagan and Licoan are situated

at the foot of Mt. Kitanglad which is still covered with forest.

Lupiagan and Licoan are situated at the foot of Mt. Kitanglad which is still covered with
Lupiagan and Licoan are situated at the foot of Mt. Kitanglad which is still covered with

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan Five barangays particularly Kulasi, Ocasion, Poblacion,

Five barangays particularly Kulasi, Ocasion, Poblacion, Puntian and San Vicente with an aggregate area of 7,008.6777 hectares have no timberland/forest lands.

Data on geology exhibited that Pilogene Quaternary rocks are abundantly found comprising 97.60% of the total rock content in the vicinity. This is a volcanic rock represented by Porphyritic Andesite which comprises the core of Mt.Kitanglad being commonly known as a dormant volcano.

The remaining 2.40% is Pilo-Pleistocene composed of limestone, pyroclastic and clastics such as conglomerate, sandstones, shale, tuffaceous sandstone and agglomerate. This kind of rock can be found in barangay San Vicente only. The Palaopao Hill is generally made up of limestone.

1.3 Hydrology

The municipality is endowed with several rivers and creeks. Some of these are the Tagoloan, Mangima, Alalum, Kulaman, Kilaug, Pig- alaran, Mapulo, Alibong, Puntian and Tagoloan Rivers.

1.4 Geology

The first four (4) major watercourses serve as the natural boundaries of the municipality with the heaviest volume of water run- off in Tagoloan River. The Alalum River supports the communal irrigation project of Kisolon and San Vicente.

There are also several creeks in the locality which flow in deep channel, preventing flood overspill in residential areas. With the absence of residential houses, only the plants and other structures along river banks could be affected when big floods occur.

only the plants and other structures along river banks could be affected when big floods occur.
only the plants and other structures along river banks could be affected when big floods occur.

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan 1.5 Soil Sumilao is covered with FOUR types of

1.5 Soil

Sumilao is covered with FOUR types of soil namely: the Kidapawan Clay Loam which comprises 3.41% of the total land area, Adtuyon Clay, Faraon Clay and Unclassified Mountain Soil which occupied 45.69% of the total area.

The southern part of the municipality, particularly Barangays Licoan and Lupiagan, have Unclassified Mountain Soil best suited for high value crops like potato, cabbage, tomato, carrots and cauliflower. The rest of the land is appropriate for rice, corn, pineapple, and fruit trees.

Sloping areas are utilized for pastureland; however, it is also used for TIGER GRASS production especially within the Barangays of Licoan, Ocasion and San Vicente.

1.6 Elevation

Generally, Sumilao’s physical configuration is characterized by extreme features. From the south are the mountain ranges and high reefs of the famed Mt. Kitanglad, the second highest peak in the Philippines. Moving towards the central in the north and northern area is a wide plateau until it reaches the Palaopao Hill. Due to the fair lineament of the Upper Kulaman areas, settlements sprawl between the vast monotony of pineapple plantation.

Per topographic map of the municipality from the NAMRIA, the northernmost average elevation of Barangay San Vicente is 515 – 580 meters above sea level ,Poblacion within the central barangay is 800- 900 meters and Lupiagan the southernmost barangay is 1,700-1,800 meters. The high elevation from the sea level spares Sumilao from possible occurrence of a tsunami.

meters. The high elevation from the sea level spares Sumilao from possible occurrence of a tsunami.
meters. The high elevation from the sea level spares Sumilao from possible occurrence of a tsunami.

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan 1.7 Climate Type A. As shown in Figure 2.0,

1.7

Climate

Type A. As shown in Figure 2.0, the Municipality’s climate is

DRY from Late January to early March and WET for the rest of the year. The southern part of the locality is relatively humid throughout the year. Heavy downpour occurs every afternoon while in the morning the sun shines exquisitely.

Figure 2.0 Average Monthly Temperature and Rainfall Sumilao, Bukidnon from Dec 2015-Dec-2016

Figure 2.0 Average Monthly Temperature and Rainfall Sumilao, Bukidnon from Dec 2015-Dec-2016 SumilaoBukidnon 7
Figure 2.0 Average Monthly Temperature and Rainfall Sumilao, Bukidnon from Dec 2015-Dec-2016 SumilaoBukidnon 7
Figure 2.0 Average Monthly Temperature and Rainfall Sumilao, Bukidnon from Dec 2015-Dec-2016 SumilaoBukidnon 7

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan 2.0 Demography The population trend of Sumilao is caused

2.0

Demography

The population trend of Sumilao is caused by the peace and order situation during the later part of 1940’s and the socio-economic activities in the 1970’s. Peace and order which was brought about by the effects of the Second World War prompted community leaders to transfer the seat of government in barangay Kisolon from the Poblacion. Some residents did not go with the majority in settling in Kisolon but rather went to other places.

The in-migration of agro-industrial workers of the Karaan Farm which later became a San Miguel Corporation plantation and turned over to the First Agrarian Reform Cooperative, Inc. in 1990 resulted to the high increase of the population of Sumilao. The population was further increased with the coming of the Del Monte Philippines, Inc. in the early part of 1970’s which started their pineapple plantation in the western barangays of the municipality. In 1980’s, the DOLE Philippines, Inc. (Skyland Division) started their banana plantation in barangays Kisolon and Poblacion.

The Monterey Hog Farm of the San Miguel Corporation has established their multi-billion project at San Vicente, Sumilao. The construction works on land preparation and the production buildings required a great number of manpower which resulted to further population increase in 2007, particularly, in San Vicente and Kisolon.

2.1 Population Growth

Sumilao has the lowest population in the censal year 1990 and second lowest in 1995, among the 22 municipalities. However, it has the highest percent increase of 18.90% in the province of Bukidnon. It is 0.18% higher than the provincial average of 2.19%. The increase of growth rate from 2007 to 2010 could be attributed to the in-migration brought by booming business opportunities in the municipality. The Current population of the municipality is 28,633 as shown in table 2.0.

in the municipality. The Current population of the municipality is 28,633 as shown in table 2.0.
in the municipality. The Current population of the municipality is 28,633 as shown in table 2.0.

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan Table 2.0 Number of Houses, Number of Households &

Table 2.0 Number of Houses, Number of Households & Population by Barangay

Barangay

Houses

Households

 

Population

Male

Female

Total

KISOLON

2044

2153

5,750

5,345

11,095

KULASI

121

150

350

282

632

LICOAN

172

187

492

439

931

LUPIAGAN

193

212

546

468

1,014

OCASION

147

179

331

319

650

POBLACION

1,104

1,080

2,663

2,482

5,145

PUNTIAN

329

350

858

828

1,686

SAN ROQUE

260

272

663

579

1,242

SAN VICENTE

608

708

1,685

1,505

3,190

VISTA VILLA

         

(PROPER)

272

322

726

731

1,457

VISTA VILLA (S. Kilabong)

311

352

790

801

1,591

TOTAL

5,561

5,965

14,854

13,779

28,633

Source: Municipal Population Office, June 2016

2.2 Groups Vulnerable to Disaster Occurrence

The vulnerable groups were identified among the different barangays. During the occurrence of disaster, they are given the priority for its rescue operations. Also, this will give an overview on how many individuals who are at risk especially during the occurrence of disaster.

Table 3.0 Groups Vulnerable to Disaster Occurence

   

VULNERABLE GROUPS

 

BARANGAY

 

*WOMEN

 

*PERSONS

*CHILDREN

(0-5YEARS OLD)

(PREGNANT & LACTATING MOTHERS)

**ELDERLY

WITH

DISABILITY

KISOLON

     

60

KULASI

     

13

LICOAN

     

2

LUPIAGAN

     

6

OCASION

     

13

POBLACION

     

69

PUNTIAN

     

4

SAN ROQUE

     

15

SAN VICENTE

     

34

VISTA VILLA

     

12

TOTAL

     

228

Data Source as of December 2016:

* Municipal POPDEV Office Basic Demography

** MSWD Office

  228 Data Source as of December 2016: * Municipal POPDEV Office Basic Demography ** MSWD
  228 Data Source as of December 2016: * Municipal POPDEV Office Basic Demography ** MSWD

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan II. Disaster Experiences WHIRLWIND Sumilao is within the

II. Disaster Experiences

WHIRLWIND

Sumilao is within the non-coastal province of Bukidnon. Surrounded with mountains, typhoon is not considered a major problem in the previous years until Typhoon Pablo came in December 2012. However, WHIRLWIND sometimes occurs that brings growing corn and rice plants down to the ground thereby damaging the crops. Sometimes, houses of light materials are also smashed by strong winds. In 1969, the whole roof structure of Ocasion Primary School building was carried almost 100 meters away by a strong wind. Luckily, pupils inside the room were not harmed. On that same incidence, a house at Sitio Kilabong, Vista Villa was drastically carried by a whirlwind.

TORNADO

During the 3 rd Quarter 0f 2009 a TORNADO devastated Barangay San Roque which suffered another TORNADO on May 14, 2014.

San Roque which suffered another TORNADO on May 14, 2014. The pictures above show the evidence
San Roque which suffered another TORNADO on May 14, 2014. The pictures above show the evidence

The pictures above show the evidence of destruction brought about by the TORNADO at Barangay San Roque.

pictures above show the evidence of destruction brought about by the TORNADO at Barangay San Roque.
pictures above show the evidence of destruction brought about by the TORNADO at Barangay San Roque.

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan FLASH FLOODS Sometime in the 1980’s, a child died

FLASH FLOODS

Sometime in the 1980’s, a child died when carried by a FLASH FLOOD at Barangay Puntian. Water from the wide plantation streamed towards the barangay passing through the road. The strong current of the flood carried the child to his death.

In December 2011 during the onslaught of typhoon SENDONG, there was a heavy rain downpour that accumulated in an irrigation canal at Barangay Kisolon. The FLASH FLOOD, obstructed at a national highway culvert caused the water to rise one meter high thereby flooding some of the houses nearby.

Properties inside the flooded house were profoundly damaged. It may also be worth mentioning that prior to the said tragedy; the same catastrophe occurred during the previous year which affected the same households.

In 2012, typhoon PABLO FLOODED the same houses in Barangay in Kisolon affecting houses previously hit by flashflood. On the other hand residents along the river bank of Kulaman River at Damay, San Vicente, were evacuated due to the fast rising of water level.

The incident urged the local officials to conduct Pre-emptive Evacuation of 27 households to San Vicente Elementary School; this same scenario was repeated when typhoon SENIANG struck on December 29, 2014.

Floods frequently occur during rainy season in rivers carrying away trees and at times animals pastured along river banks.

during rainy season in rivers carrying away trees and at times animals pastured along river banks.
during rainy season in rivers carrying away trees and at times animals pastured along river banks.

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan The same incident happened on October, 2014 when the

The same incident happened on October, 2014 when the

pressure of the FLASHFLOOD wrecked the portion of transmission

pipeline and the Sump Tank of Barangays Kisolon-San Vicente Water

System Project. Based on the assessment conducted by the Municipal

Engineers Office, an estimated cost of Php 3 Million was needed to

rehabilitate the water system.

In the year 2016, LGU Sumilao allocated Php 2.9 Million for the

rehabilitation of the said water system.

2.9 Million for the rehabilitation of the said water system. Kisolon-San Vicente Water System Damaged by
2.9 Million for the rehabilitation of the said water system. Kisolon-San Vicente Water System Damaged by

Kisolon-San Vicente Water System Damaged by the FLASH FLOOD

On June 8, 2016, a strong rain triggered the overflowing of a

spillway at Sitio Kilaug, Poblacion. Such incident swept 1 person. The

cadaver was retrieved by the joint forces of Bureau of Fire Protection

and the Sumilao Emergency Response Team (SERT) at Sampiano,

Malitbog, Bukidnon.

With the occurrence of such fatal event, the Sumilao Emergency

Response Team has undergone Swift Water Rescue training to provide

the responders the capacity to respond to flood victims.

TYPHOON PABLO

In 2012, typhoon flooded the same houses in Barangay Kisolon affecting houses previously hit by flashflood. On the other hand, residents along the river bank of Kulaman River at Damay, San Vicente were evacuated due to the fast rising of water level.

bank of Kulaman River at Damay, San Vicente were evacuated due to the fast rising of
bank of Kulaman River at Damay, San Vicente were evacuated due to the fast rising of

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In the year 2012, seven barangays in the municipality were affected by Typhoon Pablo with a total number of 360 families affected. Base on the assessment conducted, out of the 360 families only 291 of them were identified who were in need of construction materials for their house repair. In coordination with the National Housing Authority (NHA), the identified families who were in need of construction materials were able to receive assistance from the said agency. Residents (33 households) living along the river bank of Kulaman River at Sitio Damay, Barangay San Vicente were instructed to evacuate due to the fast rising of the water level. Assistance (family packs) was given to the affected families during their stay at the evacuation center. There were other felt needs of the affected families where they had sought for assistance from the Local Government Unit through financial assistance.

Since there were areas identified in the municipality where flash flood usually occurs, part of the local government’s intervention is the area identification where households can be relocated. Psychosocial intervention is given to victims of disaster in order to bring them back to their normal functioning.

Typhoon Pablo also damage to agricultural commodities which also caused farmers to suffer low production. Assistance extended was minimal farm inputs due limited resources of the Municipality. Agricultural technology on the prevention of crop damage during heavy rains or flash flood was disseminated to the farmers. Biologics to livestock was also administered to prevent further damage to their health condition. Table 6.0 show crops damage by typhoon Pablo.

Table 4.0 Types of Crops, Areas Damaged by Typhoon Pablo

   

Agriculture

Location

 

Area (Hectares)

 

Other Crops

Livestock

Corn

Rice

Banana

Fisheries

Vegetable

Coffee

1. Kisolon

2

157.16

5.00

62.00

     

2. Kulasi

50.00

3. Licoan

5.00

6.50

1.00

4. Lupiagan

5.00

36.00

5. Ocasion

75.00

6. Poblacion

1

160.00

12.50

2.50

7. Puntian

152.00

1.00

8. San Roque

137.00

4.00

5.00

0.50

9. San Vicente

130.00

2.00

10. Vista Villa

1

165.50

3.00

1.00

 

4

 

12.00

82.50

1.50

42.50

3.50

Source: MAO, 2016

3.00 1.00   4   12.00 82.50 1.50 42.50 3.50 Source: MAO, 2016 SumilaoBukidnon 13
3.00 1.00   4   12.00 82.50 1.50 42.50 3.50 Source: MAO, 2016 SumilaoBukidnon 13

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan LANDSLIDES The municipality has also several deep canyons

LANDSLIDES

The municipality has also several deep canyons and slopes which are prone to LANDSLIDES. In 2010 at Barangay Lupiagan, a family of 7 was a victim of a landslide wherein 4 of them died while the others were seriously injured. They were inside their farm house which was built at the base of the slope when landslide occurred due to incessant rain that lasted for almost one week.

In December 29, 2014 typhoon Seniang also caused a series of landslides along the National Sayre Highway of Barangay San Vicente particularly at DAMAY to MAHINDANG area. There were 13 landslides which caused traffic congestion for almost two hours. Simultaneously, the same hazard impaired the Provincial Road (along Mapolo River) disturbing the commuters of Barangays Poblacion and Lupiagan.

the commuters of Barangays Poblacion and Lupiagan. Road slip after the Mapolo Bridge along the
the commuters of Barangays Poblacion and Lupiagan. Road slip after the Mapolo Bridge along the

Road slip after the Mapolo Bridge along the Kisolon-Poblacion, Sumilao Provincial Road. The slip poses danger to motorists.

Bridge along the Kisolon-Poblacion, Sumilao Provincial Road. The slip poses danger to motorists. SumilaoBukidnon 14
Bridge along the Kisolon-Poblacion, Sumilao Provincial Road. The slip poses danger to motorists. SumilaoBukidnon 14

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occurred at Sitio Laruk, Kisolon whe rein heavy

volume of earth push ed the newly built water pipeline alo ng Mapolo

River. The pressure o f the landslide slightly bended the conc rete pillars

of the water pipelines.

Landslide also

The ongoing con creting and widening of the DPWH in t he national

highway at Sitio Dam ay of barangay San Vicente altered t he natural

rock falls,

landscape and cliffs

landslides and mudsli des endangering the commuters and p assersby.

at the side of the highways triggering

EARTHQUAKES

the lower

magnitude scale. No m ajor damage was reported except som e cracks on

the walls of the bu ildings. As to preparation, various

conducted in every Municipal Hall.

drills were

school in the Municipality and in th e Sumilao

EARTHQUAKE S are sometimes felt but these are in

e Sumilao EARTHQUAKE S are sometimes felt but these are in EARTHQUAKE DRI LL conducted at
e Sumilao EARTHQUAKE S are sometimes felt but these are in EARTHQUAKE DRI LL conducted at

EARTHQUAKE DRI LL conducted at Poblacion Elementary School.

EARTHQUAKE DRI LL conducted at Poblacion Elementary School . EARTHQUAKE DRILL conducted at Vista Villa Elementary

EARTHQUAKE DRILL

conducted at Vista Villa Elementary Scho ol

EARTHQUAKE DRI LL conducted at Poblacion Elementary School . EARTHQUAKE DRILL conducted at Vista Villa Elementary
EARTHQUAKE DRI LL conducted at Poblacion Elementary School . EARTHQUAKE DRILL conducted at Vista Villa Elementary

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan Concrete high rise buildings are mostly constructed in

Concrete high rise buildings are mostly constructed in Barangay

Kisolon, San Vicente & Poblacion which were assessed as most

vulnerable areas. Since earthquake occurs in the most unpredictable

time, the local government unit of Sumilao provided the Sumilao

Emergency Response Team with Basic Life Support and High Angle

Rescue Technique trainings to provide immediate response in case this

event transpires.

The Cabanglasan fault which traverses in the Municipality makes

it vulnerable to earthquake. Its occurrence will bring problems such as

landslides, liquefactions, fires, disrupted transportations and others.

The figure below shows the Mindanao Fault System.

Figure 3.0 Mindanao Fault System

Cabanglasan Fault
Cabanglasan Fault
and others. The figure below shows the Mindanao Fault System. Figure 3.0 Mindanao Fault System Cabanglasan
and others. The figure below shows the Mindanao Fault System. Figure 3.0 Mindanao Fault System Cabanglasan

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan DROUGHT In 1997 , 2002 and 2005 when EL

DROUGHT

In 1997, 2002 and 2005 when EL NIÑO hit Bukidnon, Sumilao farmers were not spared from the effects of the long drought. Luckily, some farmers have root crops that provided them the daily food they need. Generally affected by lack of rain are corn plants in addition to some vegetables which were easily damaged. Big animals who feed on grass are also affected by the calamity.

A long drought in 2015 to 2016 also caused forest fire in several areas. The timberland areas in Barangays Licoan and Lupiagan situated within the Mount Kitanglad Range Natural Park (MKRNP) were greatly affected by this natural phenomenon causing damage to the flora and fauna.

Forest fire protection and suppression activities were jointly conducted by the Kitanglad Guard Volunteers (KGV) and personnel from the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB) of the Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR) to prevent the spread of damages to the adjacent areas within the affected sites.

Massive information drive was conducted to instil awareness to the community not to engage in activities which will drive the occurrence of fire within riverbanks, mountains, farmlands and built- up areas.

within riverbanks, mountains, farmlands and built- up areas. Forest Fire @ Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park
within riverbanks, mountains, farmlands and built- up areas. Forest Fire @ Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park

Forest Fire @ Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park

riverbanks, mountains, farmlands and built- up areas. Forest Fire @ Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park SumilaoBukidnon
riverbanks, mountains, farmlands and built- up areas. Forest Fire @ Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park SumilaoBukidnon

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan EL NIÑO Lately another El Niño strike the Province

EL NIÑO

Lately another El Niño strike the Province of Bukidnon that was experienced last October 2014 and felt till the last quarter of 2016. During the occurrence of the said incidence, the PDRRMC extended rice assistance to the affected families likewise the LGU allotted 1, 500 sack worth of P 1, 870, 000 bought from NFA Malaybalay City.

The Province of Bukidnon had experienced El Niño in the year 1997, 2002, 2005, 2015 and 2016. For the year 2015 until the later part of the following year, the Municipality had experienced a longer time of drought that had greatly affected families especially those who are engage in farming and whose main source of income is through labor work. The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council of Bukidnon (PDRRMC - Bukidnon) had extended assistance of 4, 000 sacks of rice for the affected households in the municipality. The Local Government Unit had also counterpart 1, 500 sacks of rice in order to cater families who were not served by the provincial government.

Table 5.0 Crops Damaged by Drought and Assistance Extended

   

Corn

   

Rice

Source

             

Location

Area

(Has.)

No. Of

Farmers

Corn

Seeds

Extended

Ferti-

lizer

Area

(Has.)

No. Of

Farmer

Ferti

-lizer

of

Fund

1. Kisolon

238.64

193

295

646

13,25

15

50

 

2. Kulasi

54.25

82

103

212

0.25

1

2

3. Licoan

38.80

61

68

142

4. Lupiagan

8.50

22

24

48

5. Ocasion

69.35

96

126

262

6. Poblacion

280.56

141

235

542

2.25

3

8

7. Puntian

78.62

77

101

210

8. San Roque

98.70

209

221

452

1.00

2

4

9. San Vicente

117.47

172

200

418

15.60

16

46

10. Vista Villa

186.20

207

300

642

9.00

12

36

 

1,171.10

1,260

1,673

3,574

41.35

49

146

 

Source: MAO, 2016

Staple crops like rice, corn and vegetable as well as commercial crops were

still on vegetative stage when severely damaged by El Niño last 2015 with the total

area of 1,212.45 hectares. A total of 1,309 farmers experienced economic crisis. The

Municipal of Agriculture Office conducted an assessment and extended assistance to

farmers such as farm inputs. Technologies like planting of drought resistance crops,

mulching and intermittent irrigation for lowland rice areas were taught to farmers.

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resistance crops, mulching and intermittent irrigation for lowland rice areas were taught to farmers. SumilaoBukidnon 18

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Strengthened farmers association leads to access lending institution in Agricultural loans. The Provincial Government of Bukidnon extended bags of fertilizer, corn seeds and rice seeds. Farmers received 2 bags of Urea and 1 bag of corn seed for every 0.9 hectare and below farm affected by the long drought. Rice farmer received rice seeds from the regular program of the DA-RFU 10.

by the long drought. Rice farmer received rice seeds from the regular program of the DA-RFU
by the long drought. Rice farmer received rice seeds from the regular program of the DA-RFU

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Plan First Aid & Basic Life Support Training The Local Government Unit of Sumilao through partnership
Plan First Aid & Basic Life Support Training The Local Government Unit of Sumilao through partnership
Plan First Aid & Basic Life Support Training The Local Government Unit of Sumilao through partnership

The Local Government Unit of Sumilao through partnership with Bureau of Fire Protection and CDRRM of the City of Malaybalay conducted a 4-day First Aid and Basic Life Support Training to the members of Sumilao Emergency Response Team (SERT) and to the rescue volunteers from all the barangays of the Municipality.

The training aims to capacitate the rescue volunteers with skills and knowledge in First Aid and Basic Life Support during response in time of disasters and accidents.

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Support during response in time of disasters and accidents. First Aid & Basic Life Support Training
Support during response in time of disasters and accidents. First Aid & Basic Life Support Training
Support during response in time of disasters and accidents. First Aid & Basic Life Support Training
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during response in time of disasters and accidents. First Aid & Basic Life Support Training SumilaoBukidnon
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Risk Reduction & Management Plan Swift Water Rescue Bureau of Fire Protection trained the members of
Risk Reduction & Management Plan Swift Water Rescue Bureau of Fire Protection trained the members of
Risk Reduction & Management Plan Swift Water Rescue Bureau of Fire Protection trained the members of

Bureau of Fire Protection trained the members of Sumilao Emergency Response Team with standard level of swimming skills to assist and respond during emergencies, in swift water.

The training involved simulation exercises in rescuing drowning and washed away victims and packaging and navigating the victims in rugged and rapid currents during rescue operations.

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the victims in rugged and rapid currents during rescue operations. Swift Water Rescue Training SumilaoBukidnon 21
the victims in rugged and rapid currents during rescue operations. Swift Water Rescue Training SumilaoBukidnon 21
the victims in rugged and rapid currents during rescue operations. Swift Water Rescue Training SumilaoBukidnon 21
the victims in rugged and rapid currents during rescue operations. Swift Water Rescue Training SumilaoBukidnon 21

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& Management Plan High Angle Rescue Technique A One (1) week High Angle Rescue Technique was
& Management Plan High Angle Rescue Technique A One (1) week High Angle Rescue Technique was
& Management Plan High Angle Rescue Technique A One (1) week High Angle Rescue Technique was

A One (1) week High Angle Rescue Technique was conducted to the Sumilao Emergency Response Team (SERT) to ensure readiness during emergency rescue operation that requires ropemanship and high angle rescue skills.

that requires ropemanship and high angle rescue skills. The members of SERT during the 1 week
that requires ropemanship and high angle rescue skills. The members of SERT during the 1 week
that requires ropemanship and high angle rescue skills. The members of SERT during the 1 week
that requires ropemanship and high angle rescue skills. The members of SERT during the 1 week
that requires ropemanship and high angle rescue skills. The members of SERT during the 1 week

The members of SERT during the 1 week High Angle Rescue Technique Training

high angle rescue skills. The members of SERT during the 1 week High Angle Rescue Technique
high angle rescue skills. The members of SERT during the 1 week High Angle Rescue Technique

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RESULTS OF THE MGB GEOHAZARD ASSESSMENT OF BARANGAYS IN SUMILAO, BUKIDNON

Figure 4.0 Detailed Landslide and Flood Hazard Map

BUKIDNON Figure 4.0 Detailed Landslide and Flood Hazard Map In line with the Presidential Directive and

In line with the Presidential Directive and NDCC resolution following

the Southern Leyte landslide incident and the need to fast track the

GEOHAZARD mapping program of the Philippines, two (2) geologist from

the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB), namely; Angelica B. Sajona

and Beverly Mae M. Brebente conducted a field assessment of 10

barangay in Sumilao, Bukidnon on July 23, 2009. The field assessment

on both the landslide and flood susceptibilities of the barangay is the

following:

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan In terms of landslide susceptibility, each barangay was

In terms of landslide susceptibility, each barangay was rated low, moderate or high. The rating parameters are as follows;

High

Presence of active and /or recent landslides

Presence of numerous and large tension cracks

Areas with drainages that is prone to debris damming

Areas with numerous old landslides/escarpments

Steep slopes

Presence of weak/rock slope materials

Structures (Joint Beds) dipping towards them slope face

Nearness to faults

Moderate

Areas with indicative and/or old landslides

Presence of small tension cracks

Moderate slopes

Low

Low to gently sloping

No evidence of mass movement

The rating of each barangay, unless specified, refers to the barangay proper.

The barangay were presented with a Landslide Threat Advisory, when appropriate. The Advisory informs the barangay of their susceptibility to landslides and contains the corresponding recommendations particular to the barangay.

The result of the MGB field assessment is as follows;

The central portions of Barangays Kulasi, Lupiagan, Lico-an, and Poblacion have low susceptibility to landslide. High susceptibility rating is given for the slopes bounding the aforementioned barangays.

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Barangay Proper of San Vicente is not susceptible to landslide. In

contrast, Sitios Langga and Damay of Barangay San Vicente are highly

susceptible to landslide.

Barangay Kisolon, Ocasion, Puntian, San Roque, and Vista Villa

are not prone to landslide.

Table 1. Results of Landslide Assessment of the Barangays

Barangay Name

 

Landslide

Remarks/Recommendation

Susceptibility

 

Rating

 

1. Kulasi

Low for

Monitor progress and observe for presence of mass movement (e.g. landslides, tension cracks.)

 

Barangay

Proper;

 

Observe for rapid increase/decrease in

High for

creek/river water levels, possibly accompanied by increase turbidity (soil content).

 

slopes

 

2. Lupiagan

Low for Brgy. Proper;

Evidence of mass movement is old and recent landslide and soil creep.

Monitor progress and observe for

High for

presence of mass movement (e.g. landslides, tension cracks).

 

slopes

 

Observe for saturated ground or seeps in areas that are not typically wet. Observe for sunken or displace road surfaces.

 

3. Lico-an

Low for Brgy. Proper;

Old and recent landslide and old escarpments are observed along the barangay road.

High for road cuts

Monitor progress and observe for presence of mass movement (e. g. landslides, tension cracks). Install landslide warning signage.

 

4. Poblacion

Low for

Patchy soil creep is evident in the barangay.

 

Brgy.

Proper;

Monitor progress and observe for presence of mass movement (e. g.

High for

landslides, tension cracks).

 

slopes

Develop an early warning device/system.

 

Install landslides warning signage’s along the roads.

 

5. San

None for

Identified households along the slopes have been warned by the barangay of

Vicente

Brgy.

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan   Proper, their area being prone to landslides.
 

Proper,

their area being prone to landslides.

High for

Develop an early warning device /system for Sitios. Identify relocation smites for residents living at Sitios Langga and Damay.

Sitios

Langga and

Damay

6. Kisolon

High

for

 

slopes

7. Ocasion

None

Tension cracks and small landslides are observed in the barangay.

8. Puntian

High

for

 

slopes

9. San Roque

High

for

 

slopes

10. Vista Villa

High

for

 

slopes

It should be noted that these susceptibility ratings were arrived at as of this field assessment. However, the ratings could advance (e.g., from low to moderate, and moderate to high) as the mass movement progresses. Hence, the MGB constantly recommends strict and continuous monitoring by the barangays.

strict and continuous monitoring by the barangays. An unstable area as indicated by the conspicuous break

An unstable area as indicated by the conspicuous break in slope (red arrow). At Kulaman Canyon where the provincial road passes that connects Barangay Kulasi and Poblacion.

road passes that connects Barangay Kulasi and Poblacion. Active landslides as viewed from Barangay Lupiagan.

Active landslides as viewed from Barangay Lupiagan.

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that connects Barangay Kulasi and Poblacion. Active landslides as viewed from Barangay Lupiagan. SumilaoBukidnon 26

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan Active landslides along the road in Barangay Licoan. The
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan Active landslides along the road in Barangay Licoan. The

Active landslides along the road in Barangay Licoan. The thick overburden soil material renders the road cuts highly susceptible to slope failure.

renders the road cuts highly susceptible to slope failure. Nearly vertical slopes with debris materials and
renders the road cuts highly susceptible to slope failure. Nearly vertical slopes with debris materials and

Nearly vertical slopes with debris materials and land reshaping causes landslides within Sitio Damay, San Vicente during heavy rains. In RAMCAR Ranch in Barangay Poblacion, deforestation and improper land cultivation caused minor mass movement.

Table 2. Results of Flood Assessment of the Barangays

Barangay Name

Remarks/Recommendations

Kulasi

None

Kisolon

Sheet flooding does not occur at the Brgy. Proper.

Zone 1, however, seasonally suffers from moderate flood depth of 0.5-1m

Improvement of concrete canal is recommended. Floods from the open fields be diverted before reaching the barangay proper.

Lico-an

None

Bank erosion along river and creeks is noted.

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Maintain proper drainages especially along the road.

Lupiagan

Improvement of Maakoy-Akoy Creek which overflows during occurrence of rains which endangers the pupils that passes in the area

Ocasion

Flash flood with low turbidity

 

Sheet flood with low depth of <0.5m rarely occur.

Poblacion

Install Early Warning Signs (Water Level Markers) at Kilaug spillway

Puntian

Sheet flooding with low depth <0.5m seasonally occurs.

Overflow of Puntian and Cabaluyan Rivers during excessive rain affects agricultural lands.

Culvert road connecting Zones 1 and 3 becomes impassable during floods.

Observe for rapid increase/decrease in creek/river water levels, possibly accompanied by increase turbidity (soil content).

Reorganized BDCC.

 

Conduct training/seminar on Disaster Preparedness and Awareness.

San Roque

Moderately turbid flash flood rarely affects the barangay.

July 2009 flood with knee-deep water level occurred at Puroks 1 and 3

Observe for rapid increase/decrease in creek/river water levels, possibly accompanied by increase turbidity (soil content).

Reorganized BDCC. Conduct training/seminar on Disaster Preparedness and Awareness.

Follow-up request for culvert for Malibut Creek.

San Vicente

Conduct

forced-evacuation

at

Sitio

Langga

during occurrence

of

typhoons

and heavy

rains

Vista Villa

Sheet flooding with low depth of 0.5m rarely affects the agricultural lands.

Reorganize BDCC.

 

Conduct training/seminar on Disaster Preparedness and Awareness.

In terms of flood susceptibility, the barangays were defined based on its depth and frequency of flooding.

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of flood susceptibility, the barangays were defined based on its depth and frequency of flooding. SumilaoBukidnon

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VEHICULAR ACCID ENTS: Ten (10) kilometers Nationa l Highway

traverses Barangay Kisolon and San Vicente in the Municipality

of Sumilao.

Different kinds of vehicle

going

to

neighboring

Cities

and

Provinces

continuously pass this roa d. Multiple vehicular accidents transp ired within

in the year in the year 2015 with

82 and 81 for the year 2016 .

2014 however it was observ ed the decreased number of incident in

this area. The PNP recorde d a total of 270 vehicular accidents 2014 to 2016. One hundre d (107) of these accidents happened

Table 11.0 Vehicular Accidents

   

Year

Type of Accidents

2014

2015

2016

Vehicular Accidents

107

82

81

The common cause of traffic accidents that occurred in the m unicipality is mechanical malfunctions such as braking, handling and mainte nance. This was followed by diver’s erro r and third is bad weather condition th at resulted to fatalities.

To mitigate the occur rence of fatal traffic accidents especia lly in Sitio Damay of Barangay San Vic ente which is known as danger prone area due to

sharp curves of the roads,

early warning signages will be installe d along the

national highway. Strict im plementation of speed limit will als o minimize

vehicular accidents.

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan Republic of the Philippines PROVINCE OF BUKIDNON
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Republic of the Philippines PROVINCE OF BUKIDNON Municipality of Sumilao

OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL MAYOR

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2017-006

AN ORDER REORGANIZING THE MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT COUNCIL OF SUMILAO, BUKIDNON

WHEREAS, Section 11 of Republic Act No. 10121 provides for the organization at the Local Government level the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council from the existing Municipal Disaster Coordinating Council;

WHEREAS, there is a need to establish the said council which shall be responsible for the setting of direction, development, implementation and coordination of disaster risk management programs within the municipality;

NOW THEREFORE, I, Jose Antonio A. Villo, Municipal Mayor of Sumilao, Bukidnon, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order the following:

SECTION 1. REORGANIZATION. The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMC) of Sumilao, Bukidnon is hereby reorganized.

SECTION 2. COMPOSITION. The MDRRMC shall be composed of the following:

CHAIRMAN

Jose Antonio A. Villo

Municipal Mayor / MDRRMC Chairman

MEMBERS

Arlene S. Zablan, RN Leandro Bade

MDRRM Designate SB Chairman, Committee on

Florencia B. Ojales Luz P. Agcopra Sylvela Dumaguit

Peace and Order MLGOO MSWDO Municipal Agriculturist

Engr. Roberto O. Tado Municipal Engineer Jennifer J. Dela Cerna Municipal Budget Officer Ma. Zenia L. Cagaanan MPDC

Reymar T. Gaguan

Dr. Neptune S. Jaramillo

ABC President

OIC-MHO/DTTB

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan SECTION 3. Elizabeth M. Lopez District Supervisor DepEd

SECTION

3.

Elizabeth M. Lopez

District Supervisor DepEd Sumilao District MENRO Designate

Ann Marie P. Cuñada

SFO2 Stella D. Sanchez Municipal Fire Marshall

Chief Sumilao MPS Engr. Felix Colorines Renato Busca Victor Lombres, Jr. Edwin Daminar

Inc., Sumilao Chapter Dominador Handugan Private Sector

SGEA President KABALIKAT Representative KARANCHO Representative Phil.Guardians Brotherhood

The

Municipal

Disaster

Risk

Reduction

and

Management

Council

shall

have

the

following

functions:

1. Approve, monitor and evaluate the implementation of the MDRRMP’s and regularly review and test the plan consistent with other national and local planning programs;

2. Ensure the integration of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation into local development plans, programs and budgets as a strategy in sustainable development and poverty reduction;

3. Recommend the implementation of forced or preemptive evacuation of local residents, if necessary; and

4. Convene the local council once every three (3) months or as necessary.

SECTION 4. The Secretariat of the Municipal Disaster Reduction and Management Office. There shall be established a Municipal Disaster Reduction and Management Office which shall be managed by a responsible staff. Responsible for (1) administrative and trainings (2) research and planning and (3) operations and warnings

SECTION 5. FUNCTIONS. The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office shall have the following functions:

a. Design, program and coordinate disaster risk reduction and management activities consistent with the national Council’s standards and guidelines; b. Facilitate and support risk assessments and contingency planning activities at the local level;

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c. Consolidate local disaster risk information which includes natural hazards, vulnerabilities, and climate change risk, and maintain a local risk map;

d. Organize and conduct training, orientation and knowledge managements activities on disaster risk reduction and management at the local level;

e. Operate a multi-hazard early warning system, linked to disaster risk reduction to provide accurate and timely advice to national or local emergency response organizations and to the general public, through diverse mass media, particularly radio, landline communication and technologies for communication within rural communities;

f. Formulate and implement a comprehensive and integrated MDRRMP in accordance with the national, regional and provincial framework, and policies on disaster risk reduction in close coordination with the local development council (LDCs);

g. Prepare and submit to the local sangguian through the MDRRMC and the LDC the annual MDRRMO plan and budget, the proposed programming of the MDRRMF, other dedicated disaster risk reduction and management resources, and other regular funding source/s and budgetary support of the MDRRMO/BDRRMC;

h. Conduct continuous disaster monitoring and mobilize instrumentalities and entities of the LGUs, CSOs, private groups and organized volunteers, to utilize their facilities and resources for the protection and preservation of life and properties during emergencies in accordance with existing policies and procedures;

i. Identify, assess and manage the hazards, vulnerabilities and risk that may occur in their locality;

j. Disseminate information and raise public awareness about these hazards, vulnerabilities and risks, their nature, effects, early warning signs and counter- measures;

k. Identify and implement cost-effective risk reduction measures/strategies;

l. Maintain a database of human resource, equipment, directories and location of critical infrastructures and their capacities such as hospital and evacuation centers;

m. Develop, strengthen and operationalize mechanisms for partnership or networking with the private sector, CSOs, and volunteers groups;

mechanisms for partnership or networking with the private sector, CSOs, and volunteers groups; SumilaoBukidnon 47
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n. Take all necessary steps on a continuing basis to maintain, provide or arrange the provision of or to otherwise make available, suitably-trained and competent personnel for effective civil defense and disaster risk reduction and management in its area;

o. Organize, train, equip and supervise the local emergency response teams and the ACDVs, ensuring that humanitarian aid workers are equipped with basic skills to assist mothers to breastfeed;

p. Respond to and manage the adverse effects of emergencies and carry out recovery activities in the affected area, ensuring that there is an efficient mechanism for immediate delivery of food, shelter and medical supplies for women and children, endeavor to create a special place where internally- displaced mothers can find help with breastfeeding, feed and care for their babies and give support to each other;

q. Within its area, promote and raise public awareness of and compliance with this act and legislative provisions relevant to the purpose of this Act;

r. Serve as the secretariat and executive arm of the MDRRMC;

s. Coordinate other disaster risk reduction and management activities;

t. Establish linkage/network with other LGUs for disaster risk reduction and emergency response purposes;

u. Recommend through the MDRRMC the enactment of local ordinances consistent with the requirements of this Act;

v. Implement policies, approved plans and programs of the MDRRMC consistent with the policies and guidelines laid down in this Act;

w. Establish a Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Operations Center;

x. Prepare and submit, through the MDRRMC and the LDC, the report on the utilization of the MDRRMF and other dedicated disaster risk reduction and management resources to the local commission on Audit (COA), copy furnished the regional director of the OCD and the Local Government operations Officer of the DILG; and

y. Act on other matters that may be authorized by the MDRRMC.

operations Officer of the DILG; and y. Act on other matters that may be authorized by
operations Officer of the DILG; and y. Act on other matters that may be authorized by

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan SECTION 8. EFFECTIVITY . This Executive Order shall take

SECTION 8. EFFECTIVITY. This Executive Order shall take effect immediately.

SO ORDERED.

Done this 10th day of March 2017 at Sumilao, Bukidnon, Philippines.

JOSE ANTONIO A. VILLO Municipal Mayor

this 10th day of March 2017 at Sumilao, Bukidnon, Philippines. JOSE ANTONIO A. VILLO Municipal Mayor
this 10th day of March 2017 at Sumilao, Bukidnon, Philippines. JOSE ANTONIO A. VILLO Municipal Mayor

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan ANNEXES A.MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT

ANNEXES A.MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

CHAIRPERSON

Municipal Mayor

Hon. Jose Antonio A. Villo

VICE CHAIRPERSON Municipal Vice-Mayor

Hon. Emily N. Okit

OPERATIONS & WARNING
OPERATIONS &
WARNING

MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT OFFICE

RESEARCH &

PLANNING

ADMINISTRATION & TRAINING

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Vice- Chairman: Florencia
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Vice- Chairman: Florencia
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Vice- Chairman: Florencia
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Vice- Chairman: Florencia
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Vice- Chairman: Florencia
Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Vice- Chairman: Florencia

DISASTER

PREPAREDNESS

Vice- Chairman:

Florencia B. Ojales

Members

:

1) All members of the Sangguniang Bayan 2) SB Secretary 3) MPDC 4) Municipal Engineer 5) Dep Ed Representatives 6) BENRO Officer 7) IP Representative 8) Business Sector

9) KIMODOA 10)Parish Priest

11)CSO

Representative

12)Sumilao

Emergency

Response Team

(SERT)

DISASTER PREVENTION & MITIGATION

Vice Chairman:

Ma. Zenia Cagaanan

Members 1) MPDC 2) ABC President 3) MLGOO 4) Municipal Budget Officer 5) Municipal Health Officer 6) BENRO 7) Election Officer 8) Post Office Personnel 9) BFAR Representative

:

10)

Iglesia Ni

Kristo

Representative

DISASTER RESPONSE

Vice Chairman:

LUZ P. AGCOPRA

Members

:

1) Municipal Health Officer 2) Fire Marshall 3) Chief of Police 4) MLGOO 5) Municipal Treasurer 6) Municipal Accountant 7) Provincial Population Officer 8) ABC President

9) Selected SB Members

10)

Sumilao Emergency Response Team (SERT)

DISASTER REHABILITATION & RECOVERY

Vice Chairman:

Robert O. Tado

Members

:

1) Municipal Engineer 2) MLGOO 3) Municipal Assessor 4) Local Civil Registrar 5) MARO 6) San Miguel Foods Representative 7) DOLE Kilaog

Representative 8) Del Monte Representative

9)

Lapanday

10.) NACPHIL 11.) KARANCHO 12.) GUARDIAN

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan B.MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT OFFICE MDRRMC

B.MUNICIPAL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT OFFICE

MDRRMC CHAIR Hon. JOSE ANTONIO A. VILLO MDRRM OFFICER ARLENE SALE ZABLAN R.N.) OPERATION ADMNISTRATION
MDRRMC CHAIR
Hon. JOSE ANTONIO
A. VILLO
MDRRM OFFICER
ARLENE SALE ZABLAN
R.N.)
OPERATION
ADMNISTRATION
LUZ P. AGCOPRA
& WARNING
RESEARCH
AND PLANNING
& TRAINING
(VICE CHAIRMAN
RESPONSE)
AND PLANNING & TRAINING (VICE CHAIRMAN RESPONSE) RESCUE & EVACUATI ON SERVICE ( Municipal
AND PLANNING & TRAINING (VICE CHAIRMAN RESPONSE) RESCUE & EVACUATI ON SERVICE ( Municipal

RESCUE

&

EVACUATI

ON

SERVICE

(Municipal

Fire

Marshall)

RELIEF &

DISTRIBU

TION

SERVICES

(Arlene T.

Tinggoy)

MEDICAL

& HEALTH

SERVICES

(Dr.

NEPTUNE

JARAMILLO)

& HEALTH SERVICES ( Dr. NEPTUNE JARAMILLO ) SECURITY & POLICE SERVICES ( Chief Of Police)

SECURITY

& POLICE

SERVICES

(Chief Of

Police)

) SECURITY & POLICE SERVICES ( Chief Of Police) CAMP MANAGEM ENT ( Ma. Zenia Caga-anan)

CAMP

MANAGEM

ENT

(Ma. Zenia

Caga-anan)

DAMAGE

ASSESSME

NT

&NEEDS

ANALYSIS

(Sylvella

Dumaguit))

EARLY

WARNING

SERVICE

(Municipal

Fire

Marshall)

TRANSPOR

LOGISTICS

TATION

AND

SERVICES

SUPPLIES

SERVICES

(Melchora

G.Dumayao)

(Delia A.

Cantilang)

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A. MAPS

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Geo-Hazard Map (Landslide Susceptibility)

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Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Plan EVACUATION CENTERS San Roque Barangay Hall San Roque DCC

EVACUATION CENTERS

San Roque Barangay Hall San Roque DCC San Roque ES

Laruk E/S DCC San Vicente MP Hall San Vicente E/S DCC Kisolon Brgy C/Court Sumilao
Laruk E/S
DCC
San Vicente MP Hall
San Vicente E/S
DCC
Kisolon Brgy C/Court
Sumilao Mun. Gym
KCES
DCC’s
Brgy Pob C/ Court
SNHS C/Court
Sumilao E/S
DCC’s

Kulasi MP Hall Kulasi Brgy. Hall Kulasi E/S

DCC

DCC’s Kulasi MP Hall Kulasi Brgy. Hall Kulasi E/S DCC Kilabong MP Hall Kialbong E/S DCC

Kilabong MP Hall Kialbong E/S

DCC

Vista Villa MP Hall Vista Villa Brgy. Hall Vista Villa ES Vista Villa NHS DCC’s

Villa Brgy. Hall Vista Villa ES Vista Villa NHS DCC’s Puntian C/Court Puntian E/S DCC Lupiagan

Puntian C/Court

Puntian E/S

DCC

Lupiagan Elementary School Barangay Hall Barangay DCC

Occasion MP Hall Occasion E/S

DCC

Barangay Hall Barangay DCC Occasion MP Hall Occasion E/S DCC Licoan C/Court Licoan E/S DCC SumilaoBukidnon

Licoan C/Court

Licoan E/S

DCC

Barangay Hall Barangay DCC Occasion MP Hall Occasion E/S DCC Licoan C/Court Licoan E/S DCC SumilaoBukidnon
Barangay Hall Barangay DCC Occasion MP Hall Occasion E/S DCC Licoan C/Court Licoan E/S DCC SumilaoBukidnon

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2017-2019

 

Sector

Objective

: PREPAREDNESS : To prepare preventive and reactive measures on natural and man–made calamities.

 
   

Time Frame & Funding

(000)

Responsible

   
 

PROGRAMS/ PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES

LOCATION

Person/

Office

Resources

Needed

Fund

Source

 

2017

2018

2019

     

A.

Strengthening of MDRRM

 

360

400

500

Local Chief

Manpower

General

Operation Center

Executive

Building,

Fund

1.

Improve operation center with complete facilities

MDRRMO

Supplies,

Materials

- 24/7 Emergency Response Unit

- Continuous monitoring of hazard parameters

- Centralized hotline

Fill in required organizational structure

Provision of additional office furniture, office supplies and equipment

Desktop computer with big

monitor(1)

LCD Projector (2)

Printer(2)

Office Table (3)

Monoblock Chairs(1 dozen per year)

Office Chairs

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Monoblock Chairs(1 dozen per year)  Office Chairs Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan

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Time Frame & Funding

(000)

Responsible

   
 

PROGRAMS/ PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES

LOCATION

Person/

Office

Resources

Needed

Fund

Source

 

Collapsible tables (2)

             

Laptop Computer(1)

DSLR Camera(1)

External Hard Drives(2)

Handheld Radios vhf/dual (20pcs)

100

Transistor Radio

Kitchen Utensils

Fire Extinguisher (6pcs)

9

9

B.

Strengthening the Municipal Disaster Risk

Municipal Wide

           

Reduction Management Council.

LCE, MDRRMC

MDRRM

Chairman, Sub-

Fund

 

1. Issuance of Executive Order re- organizing the MDRRM Council.

Committee

Chairman

2. Conduct regular/special meetings of the MDRRM Council and Sub-Committees.

20

3. ICS trainings

250

250

250

4. PDANA

50

50

LCE, MDRRMC

MDRRM

5. RDANA

50

50

Chairman, Sub-

Fund

6. Camp Management

100

50

50

Committee

 

Chairman

C.

Updating of Mun. Disaster Risk Reduction

MTWG

MDRRM

Plan (MDRRMP)

Fund

 

1. Conduct workshop CBDRRM Plan Formulation (10 Barangays)

50

60

70

2. Preparation and approval of the updated

MDRRM Plan

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Time Frame & Funding

(000)

Responsible

   
 

PROGRAMS/ PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES

LOCATION

Person/

Office

Resources

Needed

Fund

Source

 

3. Updating of CDP-ELA

     

150

     

4. Contingency Plan Formulation Workshop

150

10

5. Formulation of Evacuation Plan

50

6. Standard operating procedures

50

7. Formulation of drainage master plan (MEO)

100

MEO

D.

Establishment of Data Bank

1. Profiling of Vulnerable Households / Groups

50

MSWDO

2. Documentation of disaster occurrences

3. CBMS

1,000

MPDO

E. Develop Community Awareness

All Barangays

40

50

60

MDRRMC Vice Chairman on Disaster Preparedness

 

MDRRM

 

1. Conduct Information Education (Broadcast, Barangay Visitation, Distribution of leaflets/flyers. Etc.)

Fund

2. Reproduction of DRRM leaflets, posters,

 

tarpaulin, etc.

f. Land Banking for relocation site per barangay

g. Installation of additional Fire Hydrants in Fire Prone Areas

 

50

100

100

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Time Frame & Funding

(000)

Responsible

   

PROGRAMS/ PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES

LOCATION

Person/

Office

Resources

Needed

Fund

Source

h. Strengthening of Response & Rescue Teams

All barangays

     

MDRRMC, BFP,

 

MDRRM

DILG

Fund

1. Sumilao Emergency Response Team

2. Conduct Refresher training course to all volunteer fire brigade

3. Hire Regular Responders (J.O)

30

60

60

4. Strengthening of Barangay emergency response and rescue teams

a. Organization & training of volunteers

50

60

70

b. Conduct of BLS (First Aid) training

50

150

150

c. MOSAR (high angle rescue)

30

60

60

d. WASAR

30

60

60

e. Rescue Olympics

10

15

20

f. Conduct periodic drills and simulation

100

120

5. Support to volunteers

a. Honorarium

72

72

b. Provision of life Insurance for rescuers

36

36

c. Purchase of necessary equipment, supplies and materials

200

200

4. Improve and Strengthen communication system

Repeater System

70

Two- way radio

170

180

Cell Phones

12

Transistor Radio

15

6

7

Internet connection

15

16