Nepal Flood 2014

2013 Flood and Tropical Storm Philippines

What happened in Social Media

People needing immediate help due to Tropical Storm Maring used Twitter with hashtag #RescuePH. Almost 100 people were rescued due to the unified hashtag scheme Source.

 

Official Hashtag Structure

ReliefPH – Resource Coordination
RescuePH – Rescue needed
#SafeNow – Resolves #RescuePH

FloodPH – Reports of damage
MaringPH – Storm reporting

 

Optional SMS:
@rescueph TEXT “RescuePH <Name of person to rescue> <address, municipality>” TO 26008 (Globe only) #rescueph checkhttp://rescueph.com

 

What happened in the disaster
Aug 21: Current NDRRMC Sitrep 7 (PDF)There are 15 dead, 41 injured and 4 missing as of 6pm on Aug 21.  A total of 515 areas in 80 municipalities/cities under Regions I, III, IV-A, IV-B, NCR were reported flooded.

 

Aug20: According to the NDRRMC update issued on 20 August 2013,  effects of the storm have left at least seven people  dead. Some 600,000 people (approximately 125,000 families)  have been affected across  503 barangays (villages) in  five regions  of Luzon . At the moment,  some  41,000 people had sought safer shelter in  200 evacuation centres .  An additional 90,000 people are staying with friends and relatives. Classes have been suspended at all levels in the National Capital Region, as well as offices since 20 August 2013 as major roads were impassable due to the  massive flooding.

 

Aug20: Major dams have reached critical levels and flooding is expected downstream once the dams open their gates. Water levels in Laguna de Bay have risen drastically, threatening to displace thousands of families living in its surroundings. The provinces of Cavite, Laguna, municipalities of Santa Maria and Narvacan in Ilocos Sur, as well as cities of Mandaluyong and Muntinlupa in Metro Manila, among others, have been placed under the state of calamity due to damage wrought by the floods in these areas

National and Regional Links
Red Crosswww.redcross.org.ph

http://twitter.com/philredcross

 

Government of Philippines

http://www.gov.ph/

http://twitter.com/gov.ph

 

Government of Philippines – Dept of Health

http://www.doh.gov.ph/

http://twitter.com/doh.gov.ph

Emergency Numbers
Emergency Nos:NDRRMC: 911-1406

PNP: 117

MMDA: 136

PAGASA: 433-8526

MERALCO: 16211

RED CROSS: 143

COAST GUARD: 527-3877

 

During typhoons, floods, earthquakes, tsunami, other calamities and disasters, the NDRRMC has provided Hotline Numbers (911-1406 / 912-2665 / 912-5668) which the public can contact at any given time.

 

Enable Txt Msg on Zero balance Phone:

#MaringPh *SOS (*767) on your mobile phone enables 3 free txt msgs read how http://bit.ly/1amfUM6  via @SMARTCares

 

Optional SMS:
@rescueph TEXT “RescuePH <Name of person to rescue> <address, municipality>” TO 26008 (Globe only) #rescueph checkhttp://rescueph.com

Nearest Airports
Manila International Airport WebsitePhoto Aug 21 Manila Airport

Photo Aug 20 Manila Airport

Twitter
Twitter List PH Officials@RescuePH

@philredcross

@dost_pagasa

@NDRRMC_OpCe

@MMDA

Hashtags
ReliefPH – Resource Coordination
RescuePH – Rescue needed
#SafeNow – Resolves #RescuePHFloodPH – Reports of damage
MaringPH – Storm reporting
Facebook
Facebook RescuePH
Maps and Situational awareness reports
DOST Service Institutes http://bit.ly/VD2CE
DSDW Report Aug 20Phil Red cross Aug 20

Glide # 2013-000095

Map of Social Media RescuePH: http://RescuePH.com .

Google CrisisMap: http://www.google.org/crisismap/2013-maring
Map of Dams

Map of Provinces

Weather Map via @Gislio https://www.sarweather.com/forecast/result/20130820-204034-abc8e00486aa/interactive/precipitation/0

SitRep No. 7 “HABAGAT”

SitRep No.6 “HABAGAT”

SitRep No.5 “HABAGAT”

SitRep No.4 “Habagat”

SitRep No.3 “Habagat”

SitRep No.2

SitRep No.1

Video link
Heroes emerge – In the midst of disaster, float collaboration among Filipinos. Photos from netizens show how citizens helped the flood victims and one young man with “never give up” tshirt says it well.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1i3pIycYKKYSource: Jenny Reyes August 20,
Survive
     Hospitals
Hospital directory Philippines:http://www.rxpinoy.com/index_search.php

Department of Health (DoH) Maps:

http://www.doh.gov.ph/content/philippine-health-maps

Sustain
    Shelters
Aug 21 Sitrep lists shelters  Sitrep [49pgs]Aug 21 Gov.PH link of Evacuation Centers
Reunite
    Red Cross
www.redcross.org.phhttp://twitter.com/philredcross

https://www.facebook.com/phredcross?fref=ts

Animals in Disaster
Directory of Animal Shelters
http://bit.ly/14ZmC9PVeterinary Listings
http://bit.ly/MLwqZF

DENR-PAWS Wildlife Rescue Center
Quezon City, Luzon
http://bit.ly/1dr5o5T

Urgent Needs Information
See Map of Social Media RescuePH: http://RescuePH.com
General Information
Actual Situation Reports by government: http://www.ndrrmc.gov.ph/
Transportation, Infrastructure and Road Conditions:
Roads and bridges in the affected areas that were rendered impassable included: 

Aug 21

At least 65 roads in Ilocos, Central Luzon, southern Luzon, Bicol, Cordillera and Metro Manila remain impassable due to flooding. Aug 21 GMA News Online

 

Aug 20

“A section of SCTEX from Clark South going to Porac has been closed as a result to ensure the safety of motorists. Rerouting of traffic flow to and from the Subic area and surrounding towns is currently being implemented, while technical assessment on the damage is ongoing,” BCDA said.

SCTEX Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway in Porac, Pampanga.

Dams
Follow https://twitter.com/PAGASAFFWSFor dam reports Folks should follow @PAGASAFFWS

 

MaringPH Map Dams

Communications
SMART Communications instructions for flood victims
Picture Links
Aug 20 Cavite NoveletaAug 20Manila Lagusnilad

Aug 20 Villarica subdivision Cainta

Aug 20 Gamban at Camia Pasay Makati City

Aug 21 Manila Airport

Aug 20 Manila Airport

Fakes and MistakesReverse Image search courtesy http://www.tineye.com/

 

Mistake – Cars under water
2012 Original (Blog) – 2013 Mistake
Maring Mistake Cars 2013

Mistake

Coast Guard rescue  2012 Original 2013 Mistake

 

Maring Mistake Coast Guard 2013

Fake

Maria Carey in Street   Original   Fake

MaringPH Fakes and Mistakes Photo

Video LinkAug 19 Binan LagunaAug 19 Imus Cavite

Aug 20 Pinoy

Aug 19 Manila

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