From the Presidential Management Staff and the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office

Food and water

As of November 12, 2013 (4:00 p.m.), the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has delivered a total of 115,607 food/rice packs to the following areas:

Guian, Eastern Samar – 16,344 food/rice packs
Tacloban City, Leyte  - 44,263 food/rice packs
Leyte-  55,000 food/rice packs

DSWD has provided a total of  90 sacks of rice to the following institutions in Eastern Samar and Leyte:

Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) – 30 sacks of rice (50 kilos each)
Eastern Visayas Medical Center – 30 sacks of rice (30 kilos each)
Divine Word Hospital – 30 sacks of rice (30 kilos each)

DSWD provided potable water items to Tacloban City:

35,505 bottles of 500ml water
35,210 bottles of 1L water
168 pcs of 5-gallon container

As of November 13, 2013, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has declared price freeze in provinces and towns affected by super typhoon Yolanda. Supply of goods in most areas remain stable except for places which are difficult to access due to damaged roads, such as Roxas City, where supplies come from Iloilo City. The DTI is also monitoring the condition of roads going to Tacloban, Ormoc, and Leyte to see if supplies from Manila and Cebu have been delivered to said cities.

Infrastructure and transportation

As of November 13, 2013, 16 of the 18 affected national roads and bridges in Regions IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, and VIII have been cleared by Department of Public Works and Highways and are now passable. Only Libungao-Matag-ob Road, and Iloilo-Capiz Road (old route) Suage Bridge are still closed; clearing operations are ongoing.

Power

As of November 13, 2013 (12:00 p.m.), the Department of Energy (DOE), through the National Electrification Administration (NEA), has assisted the full restoration of power in two provinces (Negros Oriental and Siquijor). Efforts to restore power for the remaining 18 provinces are ongoing.

Below is a list of updates from the DOE and NEA:

Occidental Mindoro – OMECO – Power restored in Sta. Cruz, Mamburao, San Jose, Abra De Ilog, Paluan, Magsaysay, and Rizal. Calintaan and Sablayan still to be energized

Oriental Mindoro – ORMECO – Power restored in Municipalities of Baco,  Naujan, San Teodoro, Socorro, Victoria, Bansud, Gloria, Mansalay, Pinamalayan, Roxas, Puerto Galera, Bongabon, Pola, and Calapan City. Bulalacao still to be energized

Romblon – TIELCO – Power restored in Odiongan, Ferrol, Looc, Alcantara, San Andres, Calatrava, and San Agustin. Santa Fe, San Jose, and Santa Monica will be energized by November 14, 2013.

Masbate – MASELCO – Power restored in City of Masbate and municipalities of Mobo, Aroroy, Baleno and Cataingan, Milagros, and Uson. Municipalities of Placer and Balud will be energized on November 12, 2013.  Five municipalities still to be energized.

TISELCO – Power restored in municipality of San Jacinto. Two municipalities still to be energized.

Aklan – AKELCO – Caticlan and Boracay island partially energized. Power coming from IPP with 5 MW capacity.

Antique – ANTECO – Power restored in eight towns of Anini-y, Tobias, Fornier, Sibalom, San Jose, Patnongon, Hamtic, and Belison.

Iloilo – ILECO II – Power restored in municipalities of Mina, Pototan, Janiuay, Badiangan, Dingle, Barotac Nuevo, Dumangas, Zarraga ,and New Lucena. Municipalities of Passi, Duenas, and San Enrique will be energized on November 12, 2013.

Municipalities of Calinog and Lambunao are scheduled to be energized on November 21, 2013 and Bingawan on November 30, 2013.

Negros Occidental – VRESCO – Power restored in Victorias, Manapla, and EB Magalona. Cadiz to be energized on November 12, 2013

CEBECO II – Power restored in the towns of Borbon, Tabogon, Bogo, San Remigio, and Medellin. Eight municipalities not yet restored.

Bohol – BOHECO I – Power restored in Loay, Lila, Loboc, and parts of Albor, Biniao, and Sevilla

BOHECO II – Power provided to water works, hospitals, municipal buildings and health centers

Negros Oriental – NORECO II – Power restored on November 10, 2013

Siquijor – PROSIELCO – Power restored on November 10, 2013

Communication

Globe was able to restore cell phone coverage to 49% of the affected sites in Visayas, and activated “Libreng Tawag” and charging stations in Tacloban City and Eastern Samar.

Smart Communications has restored service in one cell site in Tacloban City, with two more to be restored on November 12, 2013. Smart has also restored 25% cell phone coverage in Biliran and 24% in Western Samar.

Security and order

Below is a list of assets deployed as augmentation to the areas affected by typhoon Yolanda:

Personnel: 2,401(total)

Army – 1,447

PNP – 686

Civilian – 268 (teams from DVO, Southern Leyte, Albay, Butuan, MMDA, various organizations)

Transportation/Equipment

C130 – 3 (all operational and flying)

Choppers – 6 (all operational and flying)

Ships – 2 (navy ships on hand only; excludes PCG)

Trucks – 33 (army; not counting the LGUs)

Civilian trucks – 20

Foreign aid

As of November 12, 2013 (6:00 p.m.), 33 countries and international organizations have pledged their assistance in cash or in kind, with an estimated value amounting to $88.871M for relief and search and rescue operations in the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda.

DONOR

ASSISTANCE OFFERED

CHANNEL

TYPE

STATUS

EST PHP VALUE

EST USD VALUE

1

Canada

CAD 5M approved; mechanism for release to be determined

To be determined

financial aid

11/12 – mechanism for release to be determined

205,691,000

4,726,779

2

Denmark

10 M Danish kroners (USD 2 M) through UN OCHA

UN

financial aid

N/A

77,268,200

1,775,623

3

EU/EC

EUR 3M (11/10) for humanitarian assistance, plus additional EUR 10M for reconstruction pledged by EU Comm Peibalgs (verbally conveyed 11/11)

European Commission to directly distribute supplies

financial aid

11/12 – The EU team went to Leyte on the 11th and returned to Manila on the 13th. Financial aid has been pledged but channel of distribution has yet to be determined.

172,816,200

3,971,316

4

Germany

EUR 500K approved for release; German government studying the possibility of an additional EUR 1 M

To be determined

financial aid

11/12 – German team currently deployed to Guian, Eastern Samar

28,802,700

661,886

5

Indonesia

USD 1M handed to Jakarta PE on 11 Nov.

Check issued to PH Embassy

11/12 – Requesting instructions on where to send the money

87,045,600

2,000,000

6

Luxembourg

EUR 400,000 allocated to Luxembourg’s humanitarian partners

NGO

financial aid

11/11 8pm – new report from OEA

23,042,160

529,509

7

Mexico

USD 1M

Red Cross

financial aid

43,522,800

1,000,000

8

Netherlands

EUR 2 M pledge via Red Cross and UNOCHA, in addition to EUR 50,000 initially released to Red Cross

Red Cross, UN

financial aid

N/A

115,211,000

2,647,549

9

New Zealand

NZ$ 2M (150k via Red Cross, 750K via other NGOs, the rest to be determined)

Red Cross, NGO

financial aid

PENDING: Check where the rest of the funds will go

71,006,300

1,631,725

10

Norway

20 M Norwegian Krone via UNOCHA and Red Cross

Red Cross, UN

financial aid

N/A

140,424,000

3,226,944

11

Sweden

Aid (unspecified to date) through UN OCHA

UN

financial aid

11.11 6pm – no figure yet from Swedish Government

0

12

Taiwan

USD 200,000.00 (Php 8.6 M)

To be determined

financial aid

Pending landing clearance

8,622,400

198,143

13

U.A.E.

Pledged USD 10 M worth of assistance; form of donation to be determined

To be determined

financial aid

Per Asec Girlie, we don’t know yet where this will be coursed through. She was to call up UAE ambassador to ask.  // as of 6pm, no details yet

431,120,000

9,907,138

14

U.K.

£6 M through UK partner organizations

NGO

financial aid

11/11 6pm – initially 10M, but OEA clarified that the 4M were for the earthquake, Zamboanga, etc

414,051,000

9,514,892

15

U.S.

USD 100,00.00 in emergency aid for WASH support

US Government

financial aid

4,311,200

100,000

International Organizations

1

UNOCHA

USD 25 M to be released from the Central Emergency Relief Fund as an initial response (via 3 different UN instrumentalities)

financial aid

1,077,800,000

25,000,000

TOTAL

2,900,734,560

66,891,504

Assistance in-kind

DONOR

ASSISTANCE OFFERED

CHANNEL

TYPE

STATUS

EST PHP VALUE

EST USD VALUE

Australia

Australian medical assistance team (worth AUD 1 million)

Australian Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – Australian team scheduled to depart from Darwin to Cebu on 13 Nov.

40,456,700

929,695

1

AUD 3 million to be deployed through Australian NGOs, AUD 4 million to the United Nations flash appeal, AUD 1 million for the Red Cross

Red Cross, UN

N/A

N/A

323,653,600

7,437,560

AUD 1 million (including the AUD400,000 announced 10 Nov) for immediate emergency supplies such as mosquito nets, tarps and water containers

Emergency supplies to be distributed by the Australian team

relief goods

11/12 – Australian team scheduled to depart from Darwin to Cebu on 13 Nov.

40,456,700

929,695

Belgium

1 plane with 40 medical personnel to set up a field hospital (ETA 11/12 12:30AM)

Belgian Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – The team are already in Cebu; to be deployed in Bantayan Island, Northern Cebu.

0

2

water treatment units

Equipment and relief goods brought by the Belgian team

equipment

0

relief goods

Equipment and relief goods brought by the Belgian team

relief goods

0

Canada

CAD 30K through the Red Cross

Red Cross

N/A

N/A

3

PH Crisis Fund. The CA government has set up the PH crisis fund to address the needs of affected populations in the PH. For every dollar donated by individual Canadians to registered Canadian charities responding to the crisis in the PH, the government will set aside an additional dollar to match the donation. The money from the relief fund will be used to provide assistance through international and Canadian humanitarian organizations.

Canadian Government, NGOs

N/A

N/A

4

China PROC

USD 100,000 (mode of release to be announced)

to be determined

to be determined

11/12 – pending mode of release

4,552,280

100,000

5

EU/EC

Two 747s loaded with relief goods (ETA Manila 11/11)

European Commission to directly distribute supplies

relief goods

11/12 – The EU team went to Leyte on the 11th and returned to Manila on the 13th. Financial aid has been pledged but channel of distribution has yet to be determined.

0

Team of Humanitarian Experts (some already in PH)

medical team, search and rescue

0

6

Finland

EUR 1 M through Finnish Red Cross to supply 9,500 vaccine and medical packages

Red Cross

relief goods

N/A

57,605,400

1,323,772

Two (2) motor boats for rescue operations

to be determined

equipment

11/12 – pledge; mode of transport to be announced

0

7

France

A group of French first responders with experience with OCHA is departing Paris for PH on Wednesday, November 13 and staying for seven (7) days, with one ton of relief goods.

French Government to directly distribute relief goods and administer medical aid

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – ON HOLD. Per instructions from the interagency team, all offers of medics are on hold due to overcapacity.

8

Germany

CARE, Malteser International, and HelpAge (groups under the umbrella organization Buednis Aktion Deutschland Hilfe) are already in Samar and Leyte collaborating with PH rescue and relief agencies. German aid organizations ADRA and Johanniter Unfallhilfe will also deploy rescue and relief teams.

NGO

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – German team currently deployed to Guian, Eastern Samar

0

German Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) sent a search and rescue team (arrived in MNL 11/11 afternoon; flying to Cebu 11/12)

German Government assistance agency

medical team, search and rescue

0

World Vision and the International Search and Rescue Team (Isar Germany) – 23 tons of relief aid consisting of water, food, hygiene and medical kits (PH Sunday via Lufthansa)

NGO

relief goods

0

Isar Germany – medical team of 24 doctors and nurses to the hardest-hit regions, will set up medical tents that can accommodate up to 1,000 persons a day

NGO

medical team, search and rescue

0

Action Medeor – 2 tons of medical supplies sent through Isar Germany

NGO

relief goods

0

9

Hungary

Pledged to send a search-and-rescue team with equipment and search dogs

Hungarian Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – Hungarians made inquiries on procedures; ETA TBD

0

10

Indonesia

3 C130 aircrafts bringing relief goods (worth USD 1M) including a “naval asset”

Indonesian Government

relief goods

11/12 – pending issuance of landing clearance

87,045,600

2,000,000

11

Israel

two 747 planes with 200 personnel with field medical facilities  (ETA 11/11 evening)

Israeli Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – ETA Cebu tonight; to be deployed in Tacloban

0

mobile desalination equipment, medical supplies, food

Equipment and relief goods transported and distributed by Israeli team

relief goods

12

Japan

2 aircrafts; 1 plane with 25 personnel as part of a rapid response medical assistance team (ETA 11/11 PM) plus a Hercules aircraft with 18 medics (ETA 11/13)

Japanese Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – deployed in Ormoc, Leyte

0

USD 10M for emergency relief to be coursed through the UN

Relief goods distributed by Japanese team

N/A

435,228,000

10,000,000

13

Luxembourg

4 rescue experts as part of UNOCHA’s International Humanitarian Partnership team, 2 emergency experts (1 deployed with Swedish team and 1 with the Danish team)

Part of UN operations

medical team, search and rescue

11/11 8pm – new report from OEA

0

14

Malaysia

Military medics, search and rescue team, blankets and medicine

Malaysian Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – pending landing clearance c/o ASPAC/OIS

0

15

Russia

2 hospital planes (Ilyushian 76 Soviet aircrafts) loaded with humanitarian goods, medical team. The two big aircrafts contain components that make up 1 large medical facility, and must land within a short period of the other.

Russian Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – ON HOLD pending deployment assignment from the PH Government. Planes are on standby in Russia. Landing clearances are being processed.

0

16

Singapore

civil defense force to assist the UN office in coordinating humanitarian activities

Singapore Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/11 – Dir Angie does not know of a SGD50,000, but there is a letter from PM that they despatched a team to Tacloban

SGD 200,000 (SGD 50K pledged 11/10, SGD 150K pledged 11/12); channel to be announced

to be determined

TBA

6,909,260

158,775

17

Spain

Two planes loaded with relief goods and people to assist in humanitarian activities

Spanish Government

medical team, search and rescue

11/12 – first plane arriving today, the second tomorrow

0

18

Taiwan

One (1) plane loaded with relief goods

Taiwan Government

relief goods

0

19

Turkey

One (1) plane loaded with relief goods (arriving 11/11 evening) – tents, blankets, kitchen sets transported via a Turkish airlines cargo plane

Turkish Government

relief goods

11/11 6pm – Arrival 11/11 PM with the Deputy PM. Usec Seguis to welcome at NAIA. Possibly meet with VP tomorrow AM; OEA to arrange with OVP.

0

Search and Rescue Team

Turkish Government

medical team, search and rescue

0

20

U.S.

Two (2) medical teams, Mammoth and Rubicon

US Government

medical team, search and rescue

US team set up base in Villamor airport

0

Ships and aircrafts to assist search-and-rescue operations and to airlift emergency supplies, including 2 c-130s (already in PH) and Osprey aircraft

medical team, search and rescue

0

21

Vatican

USD150,000 to be distributed to local churches in affected areas

local churches

22

Vietnam

USD 100,000 (mode of contribution to be announced)

to be determined

4,311,200

100,000

 International Organizations

1

UNICEF

60 tons of aid (shelters and medicine), eta PH Tuesday, to be followed by deliveries of water purification and sanitation equipment.

in-kind

2

Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders)

200 tons of aid—medicine, tents, hygiene kits—to arrive mid-week, with a first cargo plane leaving from Dubai on Monday and another from Belgium on Tuesday.

in-kind

3

Oxfam

Assessment team ahead of aid

medical team, search and rescue