|Profiles of highly vulnerable coastal communities||Disaster Risk Vulnerability Assessment (DRVA) Report as of November 2013. It encompasses erosion (PDPFP), flooding/storm surges (DRA-CCVA Chapter 2 Hydrometeorological Hazards – Flooding pp. 27; Storm Surge pp. 42-43), landslides (Chapter 2 Rain Induced Landslides p. 39), and natural (Geologic (earthquake, volcanic, ground rapture, liquefaction) and manmade hazards (PDPFP (pyrotechnics)). |
|Proposal/management action plan for CCA/DRRM-focused ICM pilot demonstration project for highly vulnerable coastal area/community||DRA-CCVA Chapter 8 Proposed DRRM/CCA Strategies p. 252
Other planned projects/investigations include:
• Public hospitals and other facilities, to be subjected to structural integrity (plan for 2014 to 2019) study.
• Climate-proofing of school buildings (i.e. "on stilts" design)
|CCA/DRRM Plans, early warning systems and institutional mechanisms||DRA-CCVA -Chapter 7 p. 240, Chapter 8 p. 255; DRRM Plan.
The early warning system is connected to the national forecasting system via DOST, PAG-ASA, OCD (Office of civil defense), NDRRMC (Nat DRR mgt council).
|Trainings on vulnerability assessment, mapping etc.||No information available. |
|Policy/financial commitment in support of action plan||DRA-CCVA Chapter 8 Proposed DRRM/CCA Strategies p. 252 |
|Impacts/benefits derived (socio-economic, public awareness, reduced risk, improved resiliency)||DRA-CCVA Chapter 6 pp. 215-230 |
|Case studies, good practices, climate smart policies and legislation||No information available. |
|Investments in climate change adaptation measures (including hard and soft engineering solutions)||No information available. |
|Percentage of households in highly vulnerable coastal areas relocated away from hazard zones (Project target: 5%)||No information available, except that there is an ongoing resettlement of vulnerable communities.
There is an identification process (needs geo-hazard and structural stability studies); MGB to issue clearance after studies are conducted.
Risk assessment has been conducted to identify highly vulnerable populations or settlements in the community via DRA-CCVA Chapter 6 pp. 215-23.
|Percentage of households in highly vulnerable coastal areas provided with evacuation routes and safe refuge locations
(Project target: 100%)
||No information available. |