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August 09, 2022

To strengthen capacity building and training activities on DRRM for various stakeholders, the Interim National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Training and Research Institute (NDRRMTRI) has transitioned from provisional to full activation last June 15, 2022, The NDRRM TRI has three divisions: the (1) Training, Education, and Curriculum Development Division (TECDD) which serves as its training arm in preparation, administration, facilitation, and development of DRRM related training and education programs; (2) the Training and Education Research Policy and Standards Development Division (TERPSDD) which task is to formulate, implement, standardize, and develop DRRM research plans, programs, and activities, and all DRRM education-related studies; and (3) Knowledge Management System (KMD) which is in-charge with the development, management, documentation, and communication of all DRRM-related IEC materials and knowledge resources for public consumption.

 

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August 03, 2022

Stakeholders involved in the use of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund (NDRRMF) now have a ready reference for requesting and using it after the Office of Civil Defense launched the NDRRMF Guidebook (A Guide for Requesting Party and the Fund Administrators) in a simple ceremony held July 28, 2022, in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.

This document contains the action guide for project prioritization, preparation, processing, and endorsement under the NDRRMF. It also facilitates the selection of projects that are most urgent based on project readiness and feasibility, and accurately identifies which ones are developmental in nature and can be funded by the regular budgets of agencies or the Local Government Units.

The Guidebook has three parts: (I) General information on the NDRRMF; (II) Process for NDRRMC endorsement; and (III) Monitoring and Evaluation.

 

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July 27, 2022

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) is reminding the public to remain vigilant, take precautionary measures, and follow authorities’ safety warnings, following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Abra, Wednesday morning.

NDRRMC Chairperson and Department of National Defense (DND) Officer-in-Charge Senior Undersecretary Jose Faustino Jr. immediately convened an emergency meeting at the NDRRM Operations Center to coordinate efforts to assess and respond to the impact of the earthquake. Executive Secretary Victor Rodriguez also joined the meeting with Usec Ricardo Jalad and other OCD officials.

The Regional DRRM Councils of Ilocos Region, Cagayan Valley, the Cordilleras, Central Luzon, the National Capital Region and CALABARZON are providing situation updates in the said meeting Initial information reported by the regions include damage to infrastructure and private structures, and several landslide incidents. Reports are now being consolidated by the NDRRM Operations Center for a summary report.

 

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8 July 2022

Muling nagbabala ang National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) sa publiko na mag-ingat at manatiling handa dahil sa tumataas na peligro ng pagbaha at pagguho ng lupa dulot ng tuloy-tuloy na pag-ulan dala ng Habagat at iba pang mga umiiral na weather system. Kasalukuyang nagdadala ng malalakas na pag-ulan ang hanging Habagat sa kanlurang bahagi ng bansa ayon sa Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA). Binabantayan din nito ang isang Low Pressure Area (LPA) sa loob ng Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) na namataan sa layong 950 kilometro sa Silangan ng Davao kaninang alas tres ng umaga. Mataas ang tiyansa na maging bagyo ito at papangalanang “Ester”.