DATE           :        DECEMBER 23, 2011


  • No changes as to the number of dead (37) and missing (6).
  • Damaged to Infrastructure:  PhP 694.45 Million

Submitted by PEO (Provl and National infra):  PhP 388.5 M

Submitted by Valencia DRRMC                 :  PhP 274.4 M

Damaged to irrigation system:                    PhP 31.5 M

  • Damaged to bancas, fishing boats and implements:  PhP 7.005 M
  • Status of relief operations by P/DSWD:

No. of LGUs affected:                   10

No. of Brgys affected:                  107

No. of families affected:      12,260

No. of persons affected:     61,300

Population served:

Inside Evacuation Centers:

No. of Families:        365

No. of Persons:        1,825

Outside Evacuation Centers:

No. of families:        11,591

No. of Persons:        57,955

Total Served:

No. of Families:        11,012

No. of Persons:        55,060

Damaged Houses:

Totally damaged:               1,069*

Partially damaged:              3,480*

Total damaged houses        4,345

* Including an adjustment in Pamplona: from 9 to 42 (totally damaged) and from     2 to 173 (partially damaged).


Cost of Assistance (food and non-food items):  DSWD    – PhP 7,686,386.00

LGUs        – PhP 526,124.50

NGOs/Other GOs – 1,589,000.00

Total – PhP – 9,801,510.50

Management of Relief Operations as reported by DSWD7:

  • Installation of donations desk
  • Mobilization of volunteers
  • Mobilization of 30 DSWD7 Staff (including Special Project Workers)
  • Utilization of SWAD Team negros Oriental and Pantawid Project Equipment/Materials/Supplies


Other observations:

  • Mountain barangays of Valencia, Pamplona, Sibulan and Siaton still difficult to reach
  • LGUs still continue to conduct assessment, take intake interview and do masterlisting
  • Negros Oriental Provincial Government has augmented with food items worth PhP 1,279,082.00
  • Senator Ferdinand Marcos donated 50 bags of rice worth PhP 62,500.00 to the Provincial Government
  • 86 Pantawid Project beneficiaries in Siaton and 15 in Mabinay were also affected.
  • 360 affected individuals in Sibulan were provided emotional support/defusing session; CISD is not yet possible because LGUs still on relief operations (mastering and distribution of food and non-food items); psycho-social assessment will follow next week.


For donations to the Province of Negros Oriental:

For food and non-food items:

Please send it to the Relief Operation Center at the ground floor of the Negros Oriental Provincial Convention Center Hotel c/o PSWDO Miss Alicia Lagarde. Or call 225-1111 local 392.

For Cash:

Donations can be made directly through the Provincial Treasurer’s Office or to the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) with the following account data: Provincial Treasurer, Province of Negros Oriental through account number—0740-012663-030. Please specify that the donated amount is intended for the victims of TS Sendong.