Yolanda Recovery and Rehabilitation Plan

Report
Yolanda Recovery and
Rehabilitation Plan
Immediate Interventions
November 27, 2013
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Rapid Start-Up Initiatives
Cluster
Shelter and
Reconstruction/
Power Generation
Social Services,
Health and Education
Activity
Priority
Infrastructure
Repairs
Enhance Provision
of Social Services
Livelihood and
Employment
Priority Assistance
to Agriculture Sector
All sectors
Expand Existing
Programs
New Programs
Immediate activities
Roads, bridges, airports, ports, LGU facilities,
DepED, DoH, water supply, power, NIA
Continuing support to critical services,
including:
 On-going relief operations (food/water)
 Cash transfers
 Medical supplies, services
Provide immediate assistance to farmers to
start next season planting (the Agriculture
Early Recovery program, used after Typhoon
Ondoy)
Existing programs (such as “Pag-Ibig”
housing) that can be expanded and/or
redirected
Such as “housing kits” (Lead Agency?
Targeting? Logistics?)
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Resettlement and Housing
• Resettle affected families previously living in “no
build” zones  Construction of temporary
housing (bunkhouses) of P150,000 for 315,000
families = P47.3B
• Rebuilding houses of affected families in “ok to
build” areas  Housing grant of P30,000 for
218,958 families = P6.6B
• Repair damaged houses of affected families in “ok
to build” areas  Housing materials assistance
(NHA model) of P10,000 for 551,674 families =
P5.5B
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Critical Public Infrastructure
• Roads, bridges, flood control, public buildings
(DPWH) = P1.0B
• LGU infrastructure – local roads clearing, water
supply, municipal halls, police/fire station,
public markets, health facilities, multi-purpose
(DPWH, DILG) = P10.9B
• Water supply (LWUA) = P0.2B
• Power transmission and distribution = P5.9B
• Ports, airports, LGU ports, coast guard, LTO,
LTFRB (DOTC, PPA, CAAP) = P0.8B
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Re-establishing and Scaling Up
Social Services
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Restarting Agriculture
• Immediate – Total = P4.6B
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Clearing operations = P0.4B
Fuel subsidy = P0.1B
Farm tools = P0.1B
Seeds (rice, corn) = P0.1B
Coconut rehabilitation = P1.8B
Banca and fishing paraphernalia = P2.2B
• Medium to long-term = P2.3B
– Coconut rehabilitation = P2.0B
– Irrigation (NIA) = P0.3B
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Short-term Employment Opportunities
• Cash for work programs
– DOLE = P0.1B
– DSWD = P7.2B
• Livelihood programs
– DOLE = P0.09B
– DSWD (Sustainable livelihood program) = P2.9B
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Re-establishing Private Assets
• Expand access to finance to recapitalize
enterprises in affected areas:
– GFIs – Land Bank, DBP
– Microfinance institutions – one-off subsidies
for loan restructuring and micro-loans
– Limited government guarantees to private
banks
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Restoring LGU Operations
• Options for enhanced LGU response and
participation based on a supportive,
performance-based framework
– Offer and provide range of support to LGUs
(technical assistance, grants, loans)
– NGA-LGU “post-disaster recovery and
rehabilitation compacts” with targeted LGUs
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Tapering Relief
• Relief Operations for next three months
(DSWD) = P30.3B
• Relief will become increasingly focused on
people from areas that were catastrophically
or severely affected
– in situ, displaced within home LGU
– migrants (temporary/permanent)
• Moderately affected areas will tend to recover
with a natural decline in the need for relief
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Preliminary Indicative Estimate of Total
Budget Requirements for Yolanda
Recovery and Rehabilitation
Resettlement and Housing
Critical Public Infrastructure
Re-establishing and Scaling Up
Social Services
Re-starting Agriculture
Short-term employment
Re-establishing Private Assets
Restoring LGU operations
Tapering Relief
(Billion pesos)
59.4
18.8
13.5
4.6
10.3
n.a.
n.a.
30.3
136.8
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