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  • Eastern Samar: Typhoon Haiyan Summary of Ongoing Response Activities (as of 06 January 2014)

    The numbers below represent the number of unique activities in a sector (or in some cases, subsector) by municipality. The figures below are almost certainly incomplete. Nevertheless the sectoral and geographic coverage shown below can be considered indicative of the overall response. The Municipalities are colored based on the number of people affected as reported in the DSWD DROMIC report of 06 January 2014.

    Legend

    Affected Population

    < 6500 6500 - 10000 10000 - 20000 20000 - 30000 > 30000

    Balangkayan

    Llorente Hernani

    General

    Macartur Balangiga

    Lawaan

    Marabut

    Giporlos

    Salcedo

    Mercedes

    Guiuan

    Quinapondan

    500 200

    50

  • Eastern Samar: Typhoon Haiyan Summary of Response Activities (as of 06 January 2014)

    BALANGIGA 14,797 2 6 4 3 48 3 10 24 34 134BALANGKAYAN 10,493 7 5 24 1 27 2 9 25 15 115GENERAL MACARTHUR 14,168 0 0 0 1 8 2 6 2 30 49GIRPORLOS 13,966 6 11 18 1 55 2 10 35 50 188GUIUAN 54,563 44 20 71 9 81 3 10 48 49 335HERNANI 9,361 16 7 76 2 29 3 10 46 0 189LAWAAN 13,470 2 7 1 4 53 3 9 34 71 184LLORENTE 22,157 0 1 0 0 6 0 8 0 0 15MARABUT 15,115 0 3 97 5 39 1 12 45 8 210MERCEDES 6,228 2 12 15 0 28 3 10 20 33 123QUINAPONDAN 16,056 6 4 16 18 85 2 9 24 112 276SALCEDO 23,165 9 5 37 3 22 3 10 63 116 268

    94 81 359 47 481 27 113 366 518 2086Grand Total

    OCHA compiles information received from the cluster-lead agencies into a report summarizing the activities which comprise the humanitarian response to Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). Although every attempt is made to ensure information on all activities is captured, it is assumed that some is missing from this report.

    Status of activity

    Llorente

    Balangiga

    Lawaan

    Guiuan

    Salcedo Quinapondan

    Marabut

    Balangkayan

    Giporlos

    General Macarthur

    Hernani

    Mercedes

    Llorente

    Balangiga

    Lawaan

    Guiuan

    Salcedo Quinapondan

    Marabut

    Balangkayan

    Giporlos

    General Macarthur

    Hernani

    Mercedes

    Ongoing Planned

    Legend

    0 1 – 10 10 - 20 20 - 50 50 - 150 > 151

    Number of activities

    Disclaimer: The designations employed and the presentation of material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country,

    territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

    Municipalities Affected Total

    50 organizations in 12 municipalities reported on 2086 ongoing or planned activities.

  • https://philippines.humanitarianresponse.info The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and

    principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors. Coordination Saves Lives

    EASTERN SAMAR

    BALANGIGA

    Caritas Department of Education DSWD East-West Seed Co., Inc. Health Organisation of Mindanao IOM Oxfam Philippine Health Organization Philippines Red Cross Plan International UNFPA

    BALANGKAYAN

    DSWD IOM Philippine Health Organization Plan International

    GENERAL MACARTHUR

    Citizens' Disaster Response Center DSWD MSF Philippine Health Organization UNFPA

    GIPORLOS

    Christian Aid DoH DSWD East-West Seed Co., Inc. Health Organisation of Mindanao IOM LGU Oxfam People in Need Philippine Health Organization Plan International UNFPA

    Eastern Samar: Typhoon Haiyan 3W – Organizations by municipality (as of 06 January 2014)

  • 3W – Organizations by municipality (as of 06 January 2014) | 2

    United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Coordination Saves Lives | www.unocha.org

    GUIUAN

    ACTED American Health Team International AMURT Foundation DoH DSWD emergency.lu Good Neighbours International Government of Philippines Habitat for Humanity Health Organisation of Mindanao IOM LGU Medical Teams International MSF National Police Operation Blessings Philippines Oxfam People in Need Plan International Rural Health Unit Guiuan UNFPA UNHCR World Vision

    HERNANI

    DSWD IOM LGU MSF Philippine Health Organization Plan International UNFPA

    LAWAAN

    ACTED DSWD East-West Seed Co., Inc. Handicap International Health Organisation of Mindanao IOM Oxfam Philippine Health Organization Philippines Red Cross Plan International UNFPA

  • 3W – Organizations by municipality (as of 06 January 2014) | 3

    United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Coordination Saves Lives | www.unocha.org

    LLORENTE

    DSWD

    MERCEDES

    ACTED AMURT Foundation DSWD Health Organisation of Mindanao IOM MSF Operation Blessings Philippines Oxfam People in Need Plan International UNFPA World Vision

    QUINAPONDAN

    ACTED Christian Aid DSWD Health Organisation of Mindanao IOM Operation Blessings Philippines Oxfam Plan International UNFPA World Vision

    SALCEDO

    ACTED Amurt-Khn DSWD Government of Philippines IOM KNH MSF Operation Blessings Philippines Philippines Red Cross Plan International UNFPA World Vision

  • 3W – Organizations by municipality (as of 06 January 2014) | 4

    United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Coordination Saves Lives | www.unocha.org

    SAMAR (WESTERN SAMAR)

    MARABUT

    ACT Alliance Christian Aid DSWD Food for the Hungry Government of Philippines Health Organisation of Mindanao MSF Philippines Red Cross Plan International Terre des Hommes

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