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25th July 2014
More damages were reported in Hinundayan, St. Bernard
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on July 25, 2014, 12:14 am

UPDATE ON EARTHQUAKE
By Jani Arnaiz

July 25, 2014

MAASIN CITY -- Gov. Roger Mercado has ordered the suspension of all classes in the six towns heavily hit by the quake pending the assessment on the extent of the damages caused by the temblor. The municipalities are St. Bernard, Hinundayan, Hinunangan, Sab Juan, Anahawan and Silago.

The OCD in-charge in the province said at least one school building and four houses were partially damaged in Bugho village, Hinundayan, while the town ‘s gym was partially damaged with its wall collapsed and the beam cracked.

Tan also said that the flooring and beam of the Red Cross bldg. in St. Bernard cracked. Cracks were also seen on the wall of a school bldg, principal’s office, LGU/ Municipal Compound, Tourism Office has  long, big crack in wall.  Brgy. Himatagon Town Cevillage centerbldg. has cracks in walls near stairway, and near beam.

In the Guinsaugon relocation center’s school, one teacher and two students lost consciousness, while another student was lacerated in the leg. All the victims were brought to the Anahawan district hospital.

Earlier, initial report from the Office of Civil Defense in Southern Leyte showed that minor damages were caused by a 5.7 magnitude earthquake that hit 8km southwest of Hinundayan, Southern Leyte at around 8:00 Friday morning.

Marichu Tan of the OCD said that the beam of the isolation ward of the Anahawan district hospital cracked. No one was injured among the patients who were evacuated outside the hospital.

In St. Bernard town, all classes were suspended. Tan also reported that several residents were injured. She said all MDRRMOs in the towns hit by the earthquake were still conducting rapid assessments regarding damages or needs.

According to Betty Martinez of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, there was no damage to NGCP electric posts. “The Leyte-Samar sub grid remains intact as there has been no reported cases of power interruptions and damaged transmission facilities in the said area,” said Martinez.

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24th July 2014
Intensity 6 earthquake hits Hinundayan, St Bernard, minor damages reported
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on July 24, 2014, 10:07 pm

By JANI ARNAIZ

July 25, 2014

MAASIN CITY --  Initial report from the Office of Civil Defense in Southern Leyte showed that minor damages were caused by a 5.7 magnitude earthquake that hit 8km southwest of Hinundayan, Southern Leyte at around 8:00 Friday morning.

Marichu Tan of the OCD said that the beam of the isolation ward of the Anahawan district hospital cracked. No one was injured among the patients who were evacuated outside the hospital.

In St. Bernard town, all classes were suspended. Tan also reported that several residents were injured. She said all MDRRMOs in the towns hit by the earthquake were still conducting rapid assessments regarding damages or needs.

According to Betty Martinez of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, there was no damage to NGCP electric posts. “The Leyte-Samar sub grid remains intact as there has been no reported cases of power interruptions and damaged transmission facilities in the said area,” said Martinez.

Phivolcs said the earthquake was also felt in nearby areas:

Intensity VI – Hinunangan and St. Bernard, Southern Leyte
Intensity IV – Tacloban City
Intensity III – Palo, Leyte
Intensity II – Cebu City and Talisay City; Surigao City
Intensity I – Lapu Lapu City

The tectonic quake was likely to come from the Philippine Fault Zone Leyte Segment.

 

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23rd July 2014
THE P144-B DAP EXPRESS
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on July 23, 2014, 10:09 pm

Results, impact? DBM, COA figures clash
by Malou Mangahas

TUESDAY, JULY 22ND, 2014

Last of Three Parts

IN ITS 2012 Annual Financial Report for National Government, the Commission on Audit (COA) said regular appropriation for programmed activities of the departments and agencies of the national government amounted to P868.92 billion.

The amount includes P11.28 billion in SAGF (Special Account in the General Fund) for specific programs provided in the Special Provisions of the General Appropriations Act or GAA. The total available allocation left was P857.64 billion that was supported by funds from two sources.

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'Yolanda' survivor recalls disaster in a book
Posted by Yel Cobile, IT Admin & Correspondent on July 23, 2014, 10:04 am

(By Ronald Reyes as per Albert Veloso Mullés (of Hinundayan roots) | 22 July 2014)

TACLOBAN CITY, July 22 (PNA) --Albert Veloso Mullés, a writer and Yolanda (Haiyan) survivor in Tacloban city, has immortalized the pain and the devastation of last year’s super typhoon in his debut book "Typhoon Haiyan the Untold Story: A Story of Hope and Survival."

Initially released in an eBook format, Mullés’ creative non-fiction novel will also be launched in a paperback edition in the last quarter of this year.

“It's a compelling work of non-fiction that recaptivates the drama and tragic loss of the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan. I'd like to invite readers to join us in this epic survival story, a story of our people, and a far more greater story of our humanity,” Mullés, 30, said on what to expect from the book.

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22nd July 2014
THE P144-B DAP EXPRESS
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on July 22, 2014, 11:23 pm

Funds freed in a rush, projects yield slow results

Top 10 Agency-Beneficiaries of DAP

 

Second of Three Parts

THE GOOD, the bad, and the dead combine, in terms of projects and activities, under the Aquino administration’s Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), which is now wreaking havoc on relations between institutions, as well as between the government and the citizens.

Put aside the lack of transparency in details about which legislators and local officials pushed what projects, where, and for how much, under the “various priority local projects” funded by billions of DAP pesos. To date, the pace, quality, and impact of project implementation under DAP is a quizzical record.

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