Social Development

EDUCATION AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT

2.1 EDUCATION AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT

SUMMARY OF EDUCATION INDICATORS

Educational indicators comprise of different rates that indicate statistical information of students in the municipality. The following summarized data as shown in Table 11 with the lists of barangays both in the Arayat East and West District that have either the percentage according to indicators for the school year 2019-2020:

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INDICATORS

EAST AND WEST DISTRICT

1 Participation rate 97.42%
2 Drop-out rate 100.00%
3 Survival rate 88.87%
4 Achievement Scores (NTAT) 83.52%
5 Child Development Centers 100.00%
6 ALS and Parent Effectiveness Service 100.00%
  1. Participation rate – It is shown in the rating of 97.42% the very high of exposure of children into organized learning activities, such programs which involved the combination of education and care.
  2. Dropout Rate – 100% zero drop-out is an indication that both Arayat East and West district implement efficient dropout strategies wherein school and community collaboration and early intervention are major factors in maintaining highly favorable dropout rate.
  3. Achievement Scores (NTAT) – Based on the National Test Assessment Tools. The 83.52% maybe considered as an average score.
  4. Survival Rate – the 88.87% Survival rate for those students who are able to reach grade 6 assessing the internal efficiency and wastage in education.
  5. Child Development Centers – an accomplishment in the 100% efficient utilization of funds for the 21 classrooms of the CDC prior to the pandemic from June 2019 to March 2020.
  6. ALS and Parent Effectiveness Service – attaining 100% in the program aimed at providing an alternative way of learning for out-of-school children, youth and adults.

Table 11: CONSOLIDATED FUND UTILIZATION OR COMPLETION OF LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD PLAN

ARAYAT WEST DISTRICT

SCHOOL

FUND UTILIZATION OR COMPLETION OF LSB PLAN

INCREASED PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS

DECREASED NO OF DROP OUTS AND NO OF OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTH

INCREASED IN COHORT SURVIVAL RATE

INCREASE IN ACHIEVEMENT SCORES (NATIONAL TEST/ ASSESSMENT TOOLS)

CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS

SUPPORT TO SPECIAL EDUCATION AND ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM AND PAERNT EFFECTIVENESS SERVICE PROGRAM

ARAYAT CENTRAL SCHOOL 100% 100% 0% DROP OUT RATE 99% 86.65 6 SESSIONS KINDER 100% SUPPORT TO ALS
ANDERSON ES 100% 100% .01 to .006 92%-93% 81.75 to 82% 100% 100%
ARENAS ES 100% 103% 0.00% 87.76% N/A 1 100%
BALITI ES 100% 100% 0.50% 85.07% 81.67% 2 SESSIONS KINDER 100% SUPPORT TO ALS
BITAS ES 100% 2% increased 1% 5% N/A 10% 100%
BUENSUCESO ES 100% -21.66% 0.47% 5.88% -2.23% N/A 80%
CACUTUD ES 100% 3. 71% 0.20% 3.54% 2.19% Barangay Day Care Center N/A
GATIAWIN ES 100% utilization in the reproduction of learners’ modules for SY 2020-2021 0.03% increase from 97.39% of SY: 2018-2019 to 97.42% of SY: 2019-2020 100% sustainability of no drop-out pupils and no out of school youth for SY 2019-2020 1.73% increase from 87.14% of SY 2018-2019 to 88.87% of SY 2019-2020 6.82% increase from 76.70% of the 1st Quarter to 83.52% of the 4th Quarter of SY 2019-2020 100% utilization of the 21 classrooms as child development centers before the pandemic period from June 2019 to March 2020 100% support by accommodating the ALS teacher to use one of the physical facilities of the school for r his learning delivery instruction to his students
LACMIT ES 100% 100% 0 0 0 0 0
MESULO ES 100% 100% 0 15% 90% 0 100%
PALINLANG ES 100% 100% 0% 1% 3% 3 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
PLAZANG LUMA ES 100% 100% 0% 20% 90% 0% 100%
SAN ANTONIO ES 100% 100% 0 92% 82.01% CFSS-91% 100
TELAPAYONG ES 100% 100% 0 100% 100% 100% 100%

ARAYAT EAST DISTRICT

Batasan Elem 100% 100% 0% 97% inc 2.33% 84% inc 3.8% 2 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Calumpang Primary 100% 95 Inc 2.5% 0% 91 inc.75% 85.5 inc 3.5 N/A 100%
Camba Elem. 100% 99.32% inc 3.06 0.34% inc 0.12% 99.17 inc 13.06 74.88 4 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Candating Elem. 100% 97.90% dec.3.42 .49% inc. .20% 100% inc. 1% 82.46% inc. .69% 4 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Cupang Elem. 100% 93.43% inc 2.3 0027% inc 0.537 93% inc 3.61 81% inc 3 4 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Guemasan Elem. 100% 2.02 or 2.20 1 or 0.34% 2.95 or 3.42% 2% 2 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Lacquios Elem. 100% 99.8 inc.38% Zero drop out 92.31 inc 2.19 80.39 inc 3.95 2 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Mapalad Elem. 100% 99% inc 2 .003% inc .007 92% inc 14 83.65% inc 5.48 2 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Matamo Elem 100% 98.70 inc.70 Zero drop out 90.74 inc 1.74 80.75 inc 1.75 2 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Paroba Elem. 100% 98.8 inc 1.4 0% 97.4 inc 4.6 83.45 inc 4.45 1 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
San Agustin Elem. 100% 99.16 inc 0.84 0% 94.35 inc 3.11 80.10 inc 3.41 2 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
San Juan Baño Elem. 100% 98.74 inc. 0.28% Zero dropouts 86.16 inc. 0.38% 78.02 inc. 1.12% 8 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
San Mateo Elem. 100% 104.39 inc. .86% Zero drop out 93.12 inc. 1.07% 85.82 inc. 5.04% 4 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
San Nicolas Elem 100% 100% 0% 90 inc. 1.07% 82% inc 5 6 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Sta. Cruz Primary 100% 100% 0% 0% 81.07 inc 1.03 N/A 100%
Suclayin Elem. 100% 92% inc 2.2 0% 79% inc 2.14 90.12 2 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
Tabuan Elem. 100% 98.50 inc 1.48 0% 94 inc.43 82.35 inc 4.2 4 SESSIONS KINDER 100%
HEALTH AND NUTRITION
  1. HEALTH

COMMUNITY-BASED MILK & MICRONUTRIENT SUPPLEMENTATION 2020

The Municipal Health Office continuously conducted the Community Based Milk and Micronutrient Supplementation for 2020 in 30 Barangays of Arayat to sustain the needed nutrients for the adequate growth of children.

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TEMPORARY TREATMENT FACILITY ASSESSMENT

Due to the pandemic brought by COVID-19 , a facility  assessment was conducted by the MHO to ensure that the facility will follow the necessary guidelines set by the Department of Health.

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SABAYANG PATAK KONTRA POLIO

In response to the polio outbreak, the DOH has been working closely with Local Government Units (LGUs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Development Partners and other key stakeholders including community members.
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DUTY AT ARAYAT TEMPORARY TREATMENT FACILITY

One of the duties of the Municipal Health Office Staff is providing assistance in the temporary treatment facility located at the Arayat National Park Resort to properly monitor the isolated suspects and confirmed covid patients.

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Table 12: SABAYANG PATAK KONTRA POLIO CUMULATIVE REPORT

Part of the campaign for immunization of the Local Government is the Sabayan Patak Kontra Polio (SPKP) that started last August 2020 of which 81.57% were vaccinated. A total of 12,811 out of 15,706 received their shots for the MHO. In the next month, the percentage increased to 85.39%.

COVID RELATED:

Table 13: COVID REPORT FROM JUNE –DECEMBER 2020

ARAYAT REPORTED COVID-19 CASES FROM JUNE-DECEMBER 2020
REPORTED CUMULATIVE:          84 TOTAL # OF RECOVERED:              84
CUMULATIVE NOT REPORTED:     6 TOTAL # OF MORTALITY:                 6
TOTAL CUMULATIVE CASES:     90 TOTAL # OF CONTACT TRACED:  1,249
TOTAL PUM COMPLETED 14 DAYS HOME QUARATINE (LOCAL AND OVERSEAS): 3, 891

During the last quarter of 2020, 84 out of 84 reported cumulative cases recovered. Also, 1,249 have already contact traced and 3,891 PUM completed their 14-day quarantine period.

Table 14: RECORDS ON ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SANITATION

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SANITATION:

No. of Households 32,585
No. of Water Refilling Stations 60
Public Deep Well 66
Pumps (private) water system 6
Pumps (Public) 0
No. of Memorial parks 6
No. of Food Establishment 650
No. of Non- Food establishment 1,350

For environmental health and sanitation, the Municipal Health Office recorded a total of 32,858 households in Arayat. A total of 60 water refilling stations were inspected before the release of their permits. More than that, there are 66 public deep wells,6 private water systems, 6 memorial parks,650 establishments and 1,350 non-food establishments.

Table 15: Total Distributed Mosquito Larval Control Agent

Vectron 3,000
Victor WP 4,000
Sumilarv 8,000
Lead Fog 2,000
Alphanet 9,000

Since Dengue is transmitted through a bite of dengue-infected Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes.  These mosquitoes can lay eggs in any space or container that holds clear and stagnant water like a bottle cap, dish dryer, plant axil, gutter, trash can, old rubber tire, etc. They usually bite between 2 hours after sunrise and 2 hours before sunset and can be found inside and outside the house. To prevent this, the LGU distributed Mosquito Larval Control Agent to 30 barangays to prevent the spread of Dengue among barangays.

  1. NUTRITION

VISION

To have a nutritionally sound municipality with a minimal malnutrition problem, a food secured home and community, and a population with maximum mental performance and productivity.

MISSION

To improve the nutritional well-being of the people of Arayat by reducing the prevalence of malnutrition and hunger through policy and program formulation and coordination with other agencies and organizations.

FUNCTIONS:

  1. Formulates measures and develops strategies and provides technical assistance and support to the LCE particularly those which have something to do with nutrition program and projects which the LCE is empowered to provide.
  2. Formulates and plan a Municipal Nutrition Action Plan base on the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition and integrate it with the provincial development plan.
  3. Conducts periodic field visit to monitor and assess the implementation of the nutrition programs and activities of the Barangay Nutrition Committee (BNC) concerned in accordance with the approved Barangay Nutrition Action Plan (BNAP).
  4. Coordinates with the Municipal Nutrition Committee (MNC) in the evaluation of nutrition and nutrition related programs and projects.
  5. Oversees continuing research and training program necessary to evolve plan and program for implementation.
  6. Prepares comprehensive plan and other nutrition documents for consideration of the Municipal Development Council.
  7. Integrates and coordinates all nutrition action plans undertaken by the different agencies concerned and government organizations involved in nutrition program.
  8. Promotes community participation in nutrition planning through the active organization of all Barangay Nutrition Committee (BNC).
  9. Exercise technical supervision over all Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) of the 30 barangays.
  10. Serves as resource person in municipal and barangay nutrition program implementation.
  11. Coordinates with National Nutrition Council (NNC) in the implementation of the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition (PPAN).

Objectives:

Home, School & Community Food Production

  • Establishment of kitchen gardens in homes, schools and in communities to serve as source of additional food for the home
  • Distribution of planting materials, small animals and fingerlings and coordinate for the provision of technical assistance
  • Identification of households with underweight preschool children, school children, pregnant and lactating women & low-income families and identified nutritionally depressed barangays
  • To increase number of households with backyard gardens by 15% in 3 years
  • All target families will have at least 3 vegetable sources.

Food Assistance

  • Center-based supplementary feeding activities.
  • To serve 100% of target beneficiaries
  • Infants, 6-23 mos, other PSC, school children, pregnant and lactating women and other special beneficiaries like families and individuals in emergency situation
  • Prevent and rehabilitate malnutrition among target beneficiaries

Food Fortification

  • Linkaging with different department, right agencies on the promotion, implementation and monitoring of food fortification and micronutrient supplementation programs
  • Private sector/food industry-led with government providing an enabling policy environment
  • Voluntary fortification of processed foods through the SangkapPinoy Seal (SPS) Program
  • Mandatory fortification of salt with iodine, rice with iron, flour with iron and vitamin A and sugar and cooking oil with Vitamin A
  • Focus on infants, pregnant and lactating women for Vit. A and iron and adolescents for iron supplementation
  • Distribution of vitamin A and iron supplements to targeted population groups
  • To intensify the promotion and monitoring of iodized salt utilization and salt testing
  • To closely monitor the utilization of foods with SPS
  • To reduce micronutrient deficiency to targeted population group
  • Households, establishments, bakeries, schools, stores and supermarkets
  • Increase number of households with P/L M, PSC, SC utilizing fortified foods especially iodized salt and foods with SPS
  • Strengthen the promotion for the availment of micronutrient supplements to target beneficiaries (PSC, SC, P/L W and women of child bearing age
  • Increase vitamin A supplementation for infants and PSC by 5%

Nutrition Information, Communication & Education Program

  • Promotion of the nutritional guidelines and other related messages through interpersonal communication, multimedia campaigns and special events
  • Information dissemination of proper nutrition to community and frontline workers
  • Networking and mobilization of key stakeholders
  • Intensified information dissemination to target client on the promotion of proper nutrition like correct dietary habits, proper lifestyle practices and other activities related to nutrition
  • Provide IEC materials on proper nutrition to all 30 BNS and 30 BNCs, and reach at least 75% of households

Livelihood Assistance Program

  • Coordination and linkaging with the right agencies and non-government organizations and government organizations prioritizing the target beneficiaries
  • Provision of credit and livelihood opportunities to poor households especially those with malnourished children through linkage with lending and financial institutions
  • Complementation with other interventions such as training on functional literacy, enterprise education and health and nutrition education including values formation
  • To provide additional source of income through credit and livelihood assistance from funding institutions to augment income of identified households with especially those with malnourished children
  • To increase provision of assistance for livelihood and income generating projects by 3%
  • Increase the potential of target clientele for additional credit and livelihood opportunities.

Nutrition in Essential Maternal & Child Health Services

  • Coordinate with proper agencies to be able to effectively deliver essential maternal and child health and nutrition package of services that will ensure the right of the child to survival, development, protection and participation
  • Includes newborn screening, promotion of infant and young child nutrition including promotion of breastfeeding through strengthened implementation of the mother and baby-friendly hospitals and stringent implementation of the Milk Code, among others.
  • Improve access to health services in far-flung areas
  • Increase knowledge, attitude and practice on proper maternal and child care and the availment of services to promote a healthy and well-nourished mother and child
  • To increase the nutrition in essential maternal and child health services in the community by 20%.

Currently Covid-19 pandemic is a leading challenge across the globe. It is mandatory to attain and maintain good nutritional status to fight against virus. Nutritional status of individual is affected by several factors such as age, sex, health status, life style and medications. Nutritional status of individuals has been used as resilience towards destabilization during this COVID-19 pandemic. Optimal nutrition and dietary nutrient intake impact the immune system, therefore the only sustainable way to survive in current context is to strengthen the immune system. There is no evidence found that supplement can cure the immune system except Vit C, which is one of the best ways to improve immune system. A proper diet can ensure that the body is in proper state to defeat the virus. However along with the dietary management guidelines the food safety management and good food practices is compulsory.

More than 2,500 years ago, Hippocrates said: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Both nutrient intake and incidence of the disease usually influence the nutritional status particularly of developing nations, where everyone is striving for food. Inadequate diet and infectious diseases can lead to severe malnutrition. Currently, the COVID-19 pandemic is the leading challenge across the globe, therefore scientists and researchers are attempting to create a specific vaccine for this virus but to no avail so far. Even if they were able to find the vaccination method, there is a high possibility that other antimicrobial resistant infections will prevail in society. Nutritional status is very important to maintain a strong immune system against the virus.

Certain factors such as lifestyle, age, health status, sex, and medications affect the nutritional status of an individual.3 During the COVID-19 pandemic, the nutritional status of individuals has been used as a measure of resilience toward destabilization. Optimal nutrition and dietary nutrient intake impact the immune system through gene expression, cell activation, and signaling molecules modification. In addition, various dietary ingredients are determinants of gut microbial composition and subsequently shape the immune responses in the body. Therefore, the existing evidence suggests that the only sustainable way to survive in the current situation is to strengthen the immune system. An adequate intake of zinc, iron, and vitamins A, B 12, B6, C, and E is essential for the maintenance of immune function. In the current scenario, COVID-19 has imposed a new set of challenges for the individual to maintain a healthy diet. The state of self-isolation, lockdown, and social distancing are important measures to flattening the curve of the disease, although these measures have severe repercussions on an individual’s life. The act of confining to one’s home has significant impacts on one’s health, including changes in eating patterns, sleeping habits, and physical activity. It would promote sedentary behaviors that affect mental and physical health and lead to an increased risk of obesity. Fear and anxiety may also cause changes in dietary habits leading to unhealthy dietary patterns and less desire to eat or with lessened enjoyment during eating.

A balanced diet will guarantee a strong immune system that can help withstand any assault by the virus. There is currently no evidence that any supplement can ‘boost’ our immune system and treat or prevent any viral infections, except Vitamin C. Vitamin C is one of the major constituents of water-soluble vitamins which tends to make a strong immune system. The daily recommended dietary allowance for Vitamin C is 90mg/d for men and 75mg/d for women. In the current situation, it is necessary to be aware of the specific types of food that can improve our immune system in order to combat COVID-19.

A proper diet can help to ensure that the body is in the strongest possible state to battle the virus. The food safety management system must provide food safety officials and workers with proper personal protective equipment to avoid contamination. Researchers have found that there is no source of virus contamination via food packaging or food.

A proper and healthy diet can ensure a robust immune system that can resist any onslaught by the virus. A certain amount of particular nutrient saturates into cells and prevents any kind of nutritional deficiency. Individuals consuming well-balanced diets appear to be safer with better immune systems and lower incidence of chronic diseases and infections.

OVERALL DESCRIPTION OF THE MUNICIPALITY

The town of Arayat is one of the 19 municipalities of Pampanga. It is situated in the northern-eastern portion of the province. It is bounded on the north by Magalang, on the south by Candaba and sta. Ana, and on the west by Mexico.

The municipality has varied terrain with slopes of 0-50%. It has a total land area 0f 13,448 hectares. Mt. Arayat National Park having the largest area, occupies 23.64% of the total land area estimated at 3,125 hectares. Arayat has 30 barangays with a total population of 177,813 as of December 2019.

Arayat’s economy is primarily based on agriculture. Sixty-three percent of its land resources are utilized for agricultural purposes. Agricultural activity includes rice and vegetable productions, fish farming, livestock and poultry-raising. Mangoes and various fruit production, particularly in upland areas is also added livelihood for the residents.

 HEALTH AND NUTRITION SITUATION

The municipality of Arayat has 3 rural health units, 30 barangay health stations, 1 birthing facility and a district hospital located at Brgy. San Agustin Norte with 25 bed capacity. With regards to health personnel, there are 3 physicianS- 1 municipal health officer and 2 rural health physicians, 1 dentist, 4 public health nurses, 18 rural health midwives, 2 medical technologists, and 2 sanitary inspectors. Arayat has a total of 421 volunteer barangay health workers and 30 appointed barangay nutrition scholars- 1 per barangay. Aside from this LGU health staff, there are 14 nurses deployed from the Department of Health- Central Luzon Center for Health Development.

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TABLE 17: NUMBER OF STUNTED AND SEVERELY STUNTED CHILDREN,2020

TABLE 18: NUMBER OF UNDERWIGHT AND SEVERELY UNDERWIGHT CHILDREN,2020

TABLE 19: HEALTH AND NUTRITION PROFILLE OF PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN

TABLE 20: WEIGHT FOR LENGTH/HEIGHT

RECOMMENDATIONS:

  1. Coordination with The Local Municipal DILG for its supervision and relay to the LCE with regards to the reorganization and reactivation of MNC.
  2. Implementation of standard supplemental feeding in accordance with National Nutrition Council guidelines.
  3. Comprehensive information dissemination per barangay together with the support of BNS and local officials.
  4. Reiteration of DILG guidelines and memorandum with regards to BNS position and appointment status to ensure continuity of surveillance and monitoring of nutrition programs.
  5. Annual increase of MNC budget for the implementation of identified nutrition specific and nutrition related programs and projects.
  6. Strict implementation of existing municipal ordinance and national laws in relation to nutrition, as well as formulation and adaptation of other nutrition related laws.
  7. Regular consultative meeting with BNS and barangay officials to discuss problems which affect nutrition status of the barangay concern.
  8. BNC should be functional AS MANDATED BY THE DILG MEMORANDUM.

2.3 SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT

  1. EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT

The Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office conducted the ECCD Accreditation for the 39 Day Care Workers and 2,000 Day Care Children headed by Ms. Zenaida Sampan from DSWD Regional Office III last January to February, 2020.

ECCD PROGRAMS AND S.Y. 2020-2021

There are 2,500 enrolled day care children from 30 barangay and 39-day care centers of the Municipality of Arayat. A Center based program conducted on an alternative venue assisted by parents’ mentor by the school year 2020-2021.

SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING PROGRAM

January to March, 2020

The Local Government thru The DSWD Regional Office III provided the supplemental feeding for the 2000 children of Arayat under the supervision of MSWD, Focal and Day Care Workers in 30 barangays and 39-day care centers.

PWD (PERSON WITH DISABILITY) Programs and Activities

PWD (PERSON WITH DISABILITY)

A total of 300 Persons with disabilities received food assistance worth P500 each from the Local Government of Arayat during the pandemic.

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Aside for the food assistance, there are 1,200 renewed PWD IDs with booklet for grocery and medicine from January to September, 2020.

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Other Assistance are:

  • September 12, 2020 – 8 PWDs received Burial Assistance worth P2,000 each.
  • 150 new registered PWD IDs
  • 20 PWD were enrolled for SPED Modular Learning System.
  • Preparation for the PWD Educational Assistance
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SENIOR CITIZEN Programs and Activities

SENIOR CITIZEN

For the year 2020, there are 300 new registered Senior Citizen with ID distributed from January to September, 2020. A payout for Social Pension was also conducted on June 16,17 & 18, 2020 for the 859 Senior Citizens of the Municipality.

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  • A senior citizen centenarian received cash incentives worth of P100,000 last August 28, 2020.
  • September 28, 2020 14 Additional Social Pension Pay Out for Senior Citizens.
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  • October 10, 2020 – 899 Senior Citizens received the Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) in the amount of P3,600 each.
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SOLO PARENT

SOLO PARENT

       Currently, there are stand-alone solo parents in their families because of marital separation, the death of a partner, and poverty. As a result, our lawmakers enacted a law to help “solo parents”. Currently, the Arayat LGU supports this program and has already implemented it in many barangays.

  • There are 15 Barangays with organized solo parents.
  • 362 renewed solo parent ID from January to December 2020
  • 42 new applicants for solo parent ID.
  • 872 total number of solo parents as December 2020.
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Social Amelioration Program (SAP)
Social Amelioration Program (SAP) The Social Amelioration Program grants a P5,000 to P8,000 cash subsidy to low-income families, depending on the area of residence. The subsidies provide marginalized sectors of society the means to afford basic needs during the pandemic. The following shows the schedule of distribution for the SAP.
  • April 12 to 30, 2020 –Pay Out for 1st
  • 13,799 total SAP beneficiaries received the financial assistance.
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  • August 20 to 22,2020 – Pay Out for WAITLISTED.
  • 2,481 total beneficiaries received the financial assistance.
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  • September 16, 2020- second tranche pay out.
  • 12,699 total SAP Beneficiaries
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  • 7,858 paid SAP Beneficiaries (GCASH and BRN)
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Aside from the SAP of the DSWD, the Municipality of Arayat also provided financial assistance to residents affected by the typhoon Ulyssis last November 2020.There are 3,340 who received cash amounting to 3,000 to 5,000.

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Other activities are:
  • GRANULAR LOCKDOWN (FOR FAMILIES AFFLICTED OF COVID 19)
  • HOME VISIT AND INTERVIEW FOR FAMILIES UNDER GRANULAR LOCKDOWN NCLUDING PAY OUT FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.
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  • CASH FOR WORK (for unemployed and indigent families during Pandemic)
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  • EXPANDED CARAVAN (January to February 2020)
The PNP,MSWDO,MDRRMO SENIOR CITIZEN and other concern Offices of LGU Arayat joined forced for One Stop Shop for Application and Renewal of ID, Police Clearance and other important matters in various barangays.

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SLP (Sustainable Livelihood Program)

SLP (Sustainable Livelihood Program) November to December 2020 One of the projects from DSWD Regional Office III to uplift the way of living of the marginalized sector is the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP)where i. 83 families benefited from the project and upon receiving the amount of P15,000 each.

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The Federation of Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) of Arayat thru the Youth Development Office conducted the following activities:

  • YOUTH REGIONAL FEDERATION MEETING (February 6 & 7, 2020)
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  • REPACKING AND DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF GOOD DURING PANDEMIC

(30 Barangays equivalent to 31,600 families benefited the said distribution of goods from April to December, 2020)

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  • DISTRIBUTION OF LEARNING MATERIALS

On November 10, 2020 Sangguniang Kabataan Pambayan Pederasyon led by SK Federation President Mark Anthony R. Mamawan under the supervision of Local Youth Development Officer with the Sangguninang Kabataan Officers joined the distribution of Learning Materials among Public High Schools in Arayat.

Camba High School

Camba High School

San Juan Baño High school

San Juan Baño High school

Justino Sevilla High School

Justino Sevilla High School

Arayat National High School

Arayat National High School

Candating High school

Candating High school

Justino Sevilla High School

Justino Sevilla High School

  • DISTRIBUTION OF SANITARY KIT
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  • GIFT GIVING

Distribution of Food packs among Sangguniang Kabataan of Arayat in relation to the SK Project.

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PEACE, SECURITY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
PROTECTIVE SERVICES A. INDEX CRIME

TABLE 21: ARAYAT INDEX CRIME, 2020

1st Quarter

January 1 – March 31, 2020

2nd Quarter

April 1 – June 30, 2020

3rd Quarter

July 1 – September 30, 2020

4th Quarter

October 1 –

December 31, 2020

TOTAL

Jan 1 – December 31, 2020

INDEX CRIME

MURDER

2

1

3

2

8

HOMICIDE

0

0

0

1

1

PHYSICAL INJURIES

1

0

1

0

2

RAPE

2

1

1

2

6

ROBBERY

1

0

0

0

1

ROBBERY W HOMICIDE

1

0

0

0

1

THEFT

1

1

2

2

6

CARNAPPING

0

0

0

0

0

MOTORNAPPING

0

0

1

1

2

 

TOTAL INDEX CRIME

8

3

8

8

27

TOTAL CLEARED

8

3

8

7

26

TOTAL SOLVED

3

0

2

3

8

GRAPH  2: COMPRATIVE CRIME INDEX,2019-2020

B. NON-INDEX CRIME

Table 22: ARAYAT NON- INDEX CRIME, 2020

1st Quarter

January 1 – March 31, 2020

2nd Quarter

April 1 –

June 30, 2020

3rd Quarter

July 1 – September 30, 2020

4th Quarter

October 1 –December 31,2020

Jan 1 – December

31, 2020

NON – INDEX CRIME

TOTAL

ACTS OF LASCIVIOUSNESS

1

0

1

1

3

ALARM AND SCANDALS

1

1

0

0

2

GRAVE THREATS

0

0

1

0

1

DIRECT ASSAULT

1

1

0

1

3

DISCHARGE OF FAS

0

0

0

1

1

ATTEMPTED / FRUSTRATE MURDER

1

1

1

0

3

ATTEMPTED / FRUSTRATED HOMICIDE

0

0

2

2

4

RESISTING AUTHORITIES

0

0

0

1

1

FRUST/ATTEMP ROBBERY

0

0

0

1

1

OTHER FORMS OF TRESPASS

0

0

1

0

1

RESISTING AUTHORITY

0

0

1

0

1

UNJUST VEXATION

0

0

1

0

1

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF

1

0

0

0

1

VIOL OF LAND TRANSPORTATION CODE

1

0

0

1

2

TOTAL NON-INDEX CRIME

6

3

8

8

26

TOTAL CLEARED

6

3

8

5

22

TOTAL SOLVED

5

2

7

2

16

 

Table 23: TOTAL TRAFFIC INCIDENTS,2020

 

1st Quarter

January 1 – March 31, 2020

 

2nd Quarter

April 1 – June 30, 2020

 

3rd Quarter

July 1 – September 30, 2020

4th Quarter

October 1 –

December 31,

2020

TOTAL

Jan 1 – December 31, 2020

NON – INDEX CRIME
TOTAL TRAFFIC INCIDENTS

20

5

12

20

57

TOTAL CLEARED

19

3

9

14

45

TOTAL SOLVED

18

2

9

14

43

TOTAL UNSOLVED

1

2

3

0

6

Traffic incidents decreased during the second and third quarter of 2020 as the Government announced a total lockdown and community quarantine due to the pandemic. A sudden increase in the fourth quarter was recorded due to increase also in the number of residents going home for holiday season.

Table 24: SPECIAL LAW VIOLATIONS, 2020

    1st Quarter January 1 – March 31, 2020     2nd Quarter April 1 – June 30, 2020     3rd Quarter July 1 – September 30, 2020 4th Quarter October 1 – December 31, 2020 TOTAL Jan 1 – December 31, 2020
SPECIAL LAW
ANTI-CHILD ABUSE LAW 1 1 2 2 6
ANTI-GAMBLING LAW 2 3 16 8 29
R.A 9165 13 4 10 14 41
ANTI-VAWC ACT 2004 0 1 1 0 2
COMPREHENSIVE FIRE ARMS LAW 1 0 4 0 5
LAW ON REPORTING COMMUNICABLE DISEASED RA 11332   0   2   1   4   7
  OBSTRUCTION OF PROSEC. OF CRIMINAL 0 0 0 1 1
PHIL MINING ACT 1995 0 0 1 0 1
TOTAL SPECIAL LAW 17 11 35 29 92
TOTAL CLEARED 17 11 35 29 92
TOTAL SOLVED 0 0 0 0 0

TABLE 26 : TOTAL CRIME VOLUME,2020

     

1st Quarter

January 1 – March 31, 2020

     

2nd Quarter

April 1 – June 30, 2020

     

3rd Quarter

July 1 – September 30, 2020

   

4th Quarter

October 1 – December

31, 2020

   

TOTAL

Jan 1 – December 31,

2020

TOTAL CRIME VOLUME

51

22

63

65

201

TOTAL CLEARED

50

20

60

55

185

TOTAL SOLVED

43

12

52

42

149

OPERATIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENT

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IMPLEMENTATION OF WARRANT OF ARREST

TABLE 28:  ARRESTED PERSON WITH WARRANT OF ARREST

 

ARRESTED PHASE 2 and 3 LAMBAT SIBAT TARGET

 

ARRESTED MOST WANTED PERSON MUNICIPAL LEVEL

 

ARRESTED MOST WANTED PERSON PROVINCIAL LEVEL

 

OTHER WARRANT ARRESTED

 

TOTAL PERSON ARRESTED

3

6

1

14

24

In the implementation of warrant of arrest, a total of 24 persons were arrested. Among them are Three (3) from the phase 2 and 3 Lambat Sibat target, six (6) are most wanted persons under the municipal level and one (1) from the provincial level.

Table 29: TOTAL NO. OF PERSONS ARRESTED ON POLICE RESPONSE

 

NO.

DATE OF OPERATION

CONDUCTED

 

VIOLATION

NO OF

ARRESTED PERSON

1 January 3, 2020

Alarm and Scandal

1

  2   February 6, 2020

Reckless Imprudence Result to homicide and multiple physical

injuries

 

1

3 February 9, 2020

Direct Assault A

person in authority

1

4 February 24, 2020

Hacking Incident

1

  5   April 30, 2020

Possession of deadly weapon and alarm

and scandal

 

1

6 July 1, 2020

R.A 7942 (Illegal Mining Act

2

  7   July 9, 2020

R.A 10591 (Illegal possession of

Firearms

 

1

8 July 12, 2020

Act of Lasciviousness

1

  9   July 30, 2020

R.A 10591 (Illegal possession of

Firearms

 

1

10 August 15, 2020

Unjust Vexation

1

11 August 23, 2020

Physical Injuries

1

12 August 23, 2020

Act of Lasciviousness

1

13 September 1, 2020

Slight Physical Injuries

2

14 September 13, 2020

R.A 7610

1

TOTAL

16

ACCOMPLISHMENT ON LOOSE FIREARMS

TABLE 30: TOTAL CONFISCATED FIREARMS ON POLICE OPERATIONS

CONFISCATED ON POLICE

OPERATION

NO. OF SURRENDERED FIRE

ARMS FOR SAFE KEEPING

TYPES OF FIRE ARMS

 

TOTAL

SMALL

LIGHT

SHOTGUN

4

6

6

1

3

10

A total of 10 loose firearms were surrendered on police operations by the Arayat Municipal Police Station. Six of which are surrendered for safe keeping. ANTI-ILLEGAL DRUG OPERATIONS

TABLE 33: TOTAL NUMBER ANTI-ILLEGAL GAMBLING OPERATIONS CONDUCTED,2020

NO. CONDUCTED

DATE OF OPERATION CONDUCTED

 

VIOLATIONS

 

BARANGAY

NO OF ARRESTED

PERSON

1 February 6, 2020 Online Cockfighting POBLACION

2

2 April 18, 2020 1602 (Illegal Cockfight “Topada”) SAN JUAN BANO

1

3 May 24, 2020 1602 (Illegal Cockfight “Topada”) PALINLANG

3

4 June 26, 2020 (Video Karera) GUEMASAN

1

5 July 17, 2020 1602 illegal Gambling (Pusoy) BITAS

2

6 July 18, 2020 1602 illegal Gambling (Tong-it) SAN JUAN BANO

4

7 July 30, 3030 1602 illegal Gambling (Mahjong) GUEMASAN

4

8 August 10, 2020 1602 (Illegal Cockfight “Topada”) POBLACION

1

9 August 11, 2020 RA 9287 (Tong-its) CACUTUD

2

10 August 12, 2020 1602 (Illegal Cockfight “Topada”) TELEPAYONG

2

11 August 16, 2020 1602 (Illegal Cockfight “Topada”) MESULO

2

12 August 19, 2020 P.D. 1602 (Poker) CAMBA

3

13 August 19, 2020 1602 illegal Gambling (Pusoy) CAMBA

2

14 August 30, 2020 1602 (Illegal Cockfight “Topada”) GATIAWIN

5

15 September 5, 2020 1602 illegal Gambling (Pusoy) PLAZANG LUMA

3

16 September 17, 2020 1602 illegal Gambling (Pusoy) BITAS

3

17 September 19, 2020 1602 illegal Gambling (Tong-it) LACQUIOS

3

18 September 27, 2020 1602 (Illegal Cockfight “Topada”) SAN ANTONIO

2

19 September 29, 2020 (Mahjong and Kwaho) BITAS

3

20 October 24, 2020 1602 illegal Gambling (Pusoy) SAN AGUSTIN NORTE

2

21 November 1, 2020 1602 illegal Gambling (Pusoy) GUEMASAN

4

22 November 2, 2020 1602 (Illegal Cockfight “Topada”) LACQUIOS

2

 TOTAL

56

ILLEGAL GAMBLING OPERATIONS

TABLE 34: TOTAL NUMBER ANTI-ILLEGAL GAMBLERS ARRESTED,2020

 

BARANGAY

NO OF ARRESTED PERSON

ARENAS

15

BUENSUCESO

4

CANDATING

1

GATIAWIN

23

GUEMASAN

1

LACMIT

12

LACQUIOS

4

MANGGA CACUTUD

55

PALINLANG

15

PLAZANG LUMA

18

POBLACION

17

SAN AGUSTIN NORTE

16

SAN ANTONIO

3

SAN JUAN BAÑO

3

SAN NICOLAS

7

SAN ROQUE BITAS

8

CUPANG

3

MATAMO

6

STO NIÑO TABUAN

5

TELAPAYONG

8

CAMBA

2

TOTAL

226

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TABLE 35: KABATAAN KONTRA DROGA AT TERIRISMO

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KKDAT ACTIVITIES

 

KALIGKASAN ACTIVITIES

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TABLE 36: DIALOGUE WITH THE FAMILIES OF OFWS

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SERVICE OFFERED:
  • Libreng Police Clearance OFW Desk
  • Women and Children Protection Desk Senior citizen/ solo parent / PWD services Clean Rider’s Sticker
  • Libreng BP Health Services
  • Feeding / gift giving
  • PARTNER AGENCIES BFP
  • MDRRMO
  • Barangay Health Workers SK
  • MHO
REGULAR LAW ENFOREMCEMENT ACTIVITY/SECURITY MEASURE

VISITATION OF BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT

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POLICE PRESENCE

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IMPLEMENTATION OF MINIMUM HEALTH PROTOCOL AT CENTRAL TERMINAL

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IMPLEMENTATION OF MINIMUM HEALTH PROTOCOL AT ARAYAT PUBLIC MARKET

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BARANGAY VISITATION

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MOBILE PATROLLING

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OPLAN SITA

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QUARANTINE CONTROL POINT/ CHECKPOINT OPERATION

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The Crime statistic of Arayat in the year 2020 decreases compared to the year 2019 in all areas (Index/ Non-index Crime and special law). This data most likely due to the PANDEMIC and the implementation of Community Quarantine and also the ceaseless Police Intervention of Arayat MPS.

On the Illegal Drug Situation, this municipality has already declared as drug-free last December 18, 2019, by the Regional Oversight Committee on Barangay Drug clearing program Region 3.

However, there is still monitored resumption of Illegal drug activities in Barangays located within the Municipal boundaries. With this latest development, continuous monitoring of anti-illegal drug operations will be focused within our area of responsibility.

FIRE PREVENTION

ARAYAT FIRE STATION has a total strength of 16 personnel in which the actual ratio is 1 Fireman: 8,343 populations. There is a big gap in the manpower requirement considering that the standard ratio is 1 fireman to 2,000 populations. Despite the big gap, the station personnel still managed to do their duties as mandated by the Bureau of Fire Protection’s Mission: Commit to prevent and suppress destructive fires, investigate its causes; enforce Fire Code and other related laws; respond to man-made and natural disasters and other emergencies.

During the 1st quarter of 2020 the whole nation experienced COVID-19 Pandemic which alerted all personnel to be on standby. One of the BFP’s Mission is to respond to man-made and natural disasters and other emergencies. During this emergency, the personnel of Arayat Fire Station were task to perform different functions such as:

  1. Established decontamination facilities to major control points and other areas as identified by the IATF;
  2. Assisted the DSWD during the distribution/conduct of Social Amelioration Program;
  3. Provided support to the PNP in the conduct of boundary/quarantine checkpoints;
  4. Assigned as member of the municipal Contact Tracing teams (CTT); and
  5. Transported patients to appropriate health care facilities in coordination with DOH and LGU’s.
Conduct of Quarantine Checkpoints

Conduct of Quarantine Checkpoints

Assisted the DSWD during the distribution of Social Amelioration Program.

Assisted the DSWD during the distribution of Social Amelioration Program.

 
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  • Another calamity (Tropical Storm Ulysses) hits the region during the 3rd quarter of the year and once again the personnel of Arayat Fire Station were on standby and assisted motorist who are stranded on the road. They conducted roving, clearing and rescue operations.

FIRE INCIDENTS

A total of 4 structural fires and 5 non-structural fires were reported during the year. Structural fires recorded an increase of 100% as compared to last year. Most of the causes of structural fires were electrical ignition due to overloading. The total damage based on the investigator’s estimate was P31.1 million.

Table 37: Number and Type of Fire Incidents 2019-2020

KINDS

OCCUPANCY

2019

2020

          Structural Fire Residential 4
Industrial/Factory
Commercial/ Mercantile 1
Storage
Mixed
Business/Gov’t Offices
Educational 1
Institutional
Places of Assembly
Miscellaneous
TOTAL 2 4
Non Structural Fire Grass/ Rubbish and Forest Fire 11 5
Motor Vehicle
Ship/ Water Vessel
Aircraft
Locomotive (Machineries)
TOTAL 11 5
Amount of Damage Based on Investigator’s Estimate 75,000.00 31,100,000.00
 
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The Arayat Fire Station inspected 1,454 buildings and establishments and 1,454 Fire Safety Inspection Certificates (FSIC) were issued.

They also conducted 6 Fire Safety Awareness Seminar, Fire & Earthquake Drills during the 1st quarter, and Oplan Ligtas na Pamayanan on the road in coordination with the Barangay Officials.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT

Pursuant to Republic Act. No. 10121 “An Act Strengthening the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management System, providing for the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Framework and Institutionalizing the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan, Appropriating Funds Therefore and for Other Purposes” otherwise known as the “Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010”, the Hon. Emmanuel M. Alejandrino through a Municipal Ordinance No. 011 Series of 2016, has created the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office of the Arayat, Pampanga. The MDRRM Office has divided into three (3) main sections namely:

The Administration and Training, Research and Planning and the Operations and Warning.

The primary objective of this office is to ensure effective and efficient implementation of civil protection programs by Serving the Arayateṅos with Genuine Integrity and Professionalism: Business, Infrastructure, and Environment (SAGIP: BIE) and to make Arayat a safer place to live in even in time of disaster.        

The MDRRM Office of Arayat does everything in its power to minimize the loss of property and most importantly is a human casualty as much as possible by having pro-active solutions to the calamities that may occur nationally and locally whether it is man-made or natural disaster. As for the pandemic, the local office keeps up to the national standards or guidelines of safety protocols for the welfare of the Arayateṅos.

With the present set-up, the MDRRM Office accomplished the following programs, projects, and activities for the period of January-December 2020, showing the highlights of accomplishments, wit:

A. DISASTER

The calamities occurring in our country are inevitable. In accordance with RA No. 10121 empowering the C/MDRRMOs to plan and execute whenever their assistance is needed necessary. Thus, the following are the operations responding to disasters that transpired last year by MDRRMO Arayat.

  1. NATURAL DISASTER
The Philippines commonly experiences natural disasters like earthquakes and especially typhoons. Our country caters a multitude of tropical storms with an average of twenty typhoons annually. The most common natural disasters in the Philippines are:
  • Typhoons and violent storms.
  • Volcanic eruptions.
  • Earthquakes.
  • Flooding and landslides.
 
Typhoon Ambo (May 16, 2020)

Typhoon Ambo (May 16, 2020)

Typhoon Pepito (October 21, 2020)

Typhoon Pepito (October 21, 2020)

Typhoon Ulysses (November 12, 2020)

Typhoon Ulysses (November 12, 2020)

Typhoon Rolly (November 01, 2020)

Typhoon Rolly (November 01, 2020)

Pre-emptive Evacuation (Typhoon Rolly)

Pre-emptive Evacuation (Typhoon Rolly)

Taal Eruption Activity

Provided relief operations and distributed relief goods to the individuals and families displaced caused by Taal Volcano Eruptive Activity.

(Evacuation Area) Bolbok, Batangas City, Sports Complex

On January 15, 2020, the Local Government of Arayat headed by Mayor EMMANUEL “BON” ALEJANDRINO went to Bolbok, Batangas City Sports Complex on the Incident Command Post for the Relief Operations from the displacement of thousands of individuals and families regarding Taal Volcano Eruptive Activity to give the donations in kind such as grocery goods, bottled water, bed linens, underwears, diapers, face masks and clothes.

 

LDRRMO II-Arayat, MDRRMO Candaba, & PDRRMO Staff

ACCIDENTS

Unexpected events like accidents need rapid response. Road accidents for one, a global tragedy with the ever-rising incidents yearly. Not to mention other accidents like burned properties, drowned incidents and fire related accidents.

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January 05, 2020, Arayat MDRRMO, Arayat BFP, and augmented team from BFP Regional Office Search and Rescue responded to the reported Drowning Incident/Vehicular accident involving a motorcycle driven by 41 y/o father together with his 4 y/o son. They fell at Delta Irrigation, Purok 1 Barangay

Search & Retrieval Operation in Brgy. Batasan (Nov. 12-17, 2020)

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B. MONITORING
  • Regular monitoring is necessary therefore we can reduce the risk of hazards in the accident-prone areas. The reports of concern citizens are valued and greatly contributes to the safety of others.
  • Conducted orientations and distributions of printed materials on disaster Risk Reduction-Climate Change. (DRR-CCA) and hazard maps to hazard prone barangays.
  • Updated the posted Early Warning System (EWS) devices within the AOR.
  • Monitored the situation and conducted early warning to high susceptible barangays to the possible threat of weather disturbances such as southwest monsoon, LPA, typhoon etc. No. of Typhoons: 19
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Reported the hazardous signage at the Cleantech Fuel, Mangga-Cacutud, Arayat. (Feb. 4, 2020)

 
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Reported the hazardous road holes along JASA road to DPWH-R3 (Dec. 30, 2020)

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Monitoring during Tropical Depression Nika (October 2020)

C. TRAININGS

1.BASIC LIFE SUPPORT BLS

As part of the Capacity Development of the personnel of the MDRRMO, the rescuers and responders from other offices of the LGU Arayat conducted various trainings such as Basic Life Support (BLS) held last February 21, 2020. In addition, we assisted and technical assistance were given to the JBLMGH HEMS Team, who conducted the BLS Training: No of participants – 26; No. of facilitators – 5

Capacity Development plays a big role to the responders and rescuers as it strengthens their capability to respond on different emergency and disaster related events.

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2.WATER SEARCH AND RESCUE TRAINING (WSAR)

March 3-5, 2020, conducted joint training together with MDRRMO of Candaba, Pampanga including rope tying and rappel training, facilitated by the PDRRMO held at the Municipal function hall of Candaba and Arayat National Park.

Water Search & Rescue training at the Olympic sized Pool, Arayat National Park (March 05, 2020)

Water Search & Rescue training at the Olympic sized Pool, Arayat National Park (March 05, 2020)

Water Search & Rescue training at the Olympic sized Pool, Arayat National Park (March 05, 2020)

Water Search & Rescue training at the Olympic sized Pool, Arayat National Park (March 05, 2020)

Water Search & Rescue training at the Olympic sized Pool, Arayat National Park (March 05, 2020)

Water Search & Rescue training at the Olympic sized Pool, Arayat National Park (March 05, 2020)

Rope tying training at the Municipal Function Hall of Candaba  (March 03, 2020)

Rope tying training at the Municipal Function Hall of Candaba (March 03, 2020)

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Rappel Training at the Candaba Bridge with MDRRMO Candaba and PDRRMO  (March 04, 2020)

C.COVID-19 related matters:
  • Conducted distribution of disaster -related IEC materials and orientation of the community on disaster preparedness and COVID-19 to the community as part of information awareness drive within the area of responsibility.

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  • Conducted check points of incoming and outgoing to boundaries of Municipality of Arayat.
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Brgy. Mapalad Control point together with PNP (Cabiao N.E. & Arayat border)

  • Assistance given on Management of the Emergency Operation Center compose of Skeletal workforce from MHO, MAO, MSWDO, PNP and BFP.
  • Assisted the clients in their needs and answered their queries. Referred them to the designated concerned offices.
  • Assisted patient for schedule of ambulance and patient conduction. Total no. of clients assisted: 461 (As of June 4, 2020)

March 27, 2020, provided travel assistance to a patient from Arayat who hospitalized in Tuguegarao, Cagayan.

Performed as Secretariat of Municipal Inter-Agency Task Force Management of Emerging Infectious Disease (IATF-EID) and Task Force Against COVID-19 on March 2020.  Organized meetings and provided technical assistance to the IATF members. No. of meetings: 15 No. of meetings: 24

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IATF Meetings at the Operation Center, Municipality of Arayat
  • Collected and reported data to PDRRMO and OCD RO III re COVID-19 matters in coordination with the Municipal Health Office and DILG.
  • Locally Stranded Individuals (LSIs): we were able to help them to coordinate to their receiving LGU where they lived. We provided travel assistance and helped them to find job and temporary shelter.
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  • Contact traced the closed contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases. No. of cases: 39
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  • Participated via zoom on the appeal of the areas of the confirmed COVID-19 to Regional IATF, No. of Locked down appealed: 33 cases
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RIATF3 Screening & Validation Committee Meeting at the Municipal Operation Center

  • Monitored the situation of the Public Market, Central Terminal and other busy areas inside AOR regarding on the crowd of people and the implementation of health and safety protocols.

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Monitored the situation at the Central Terminal and Tiangge

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August 06, 2020, conducted crowd control during payout the Social Amelioration Program thru GCash.

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October 09-10, 2020, provided assistance and crowd control during the pay out of Senior Citizens in Glorietta Covered Court.

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Monitored the Public Market control points regarding on the scheduling of market per barangay

Emergency Hotlines

  • PNP:

    • Globe: 0906-291-6662
    • Smart: 0998- 598-5450
  • FIRESTATION:

    • TM: 0955-617-8399
    • Smart: 0998-215-0990
    • Tel No.: 885-7996
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