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UPDATE ON PHIVOLCS-MIAVITA PROJECT Work Package 5: Biaknabato, La Castellana and Pula, Kanlaon City PDF Print
Thursday, 04 August 2011 05:53

PHIVOLCS-MIAVITA Project Work Package 5: Socio-economic vulnerability and resilience conducts series of activites in· the pilot sites - Barangay Biaknabato, La Castellana and Barangay Pula, Canlaon City.

 
2 PHIVOLCS Staff attend Regional Workshop on Tsunami Awareness and Education Materials PDF Print
Thursday, 04 August 2011 05:48

Geologic Disaster Awareness and Preparedness (GDAPD) Division Chief Ma. Mylene  Martinez-Villegas and Engr Florenette Garcia of Seismological Observation and Earthquake Prediction Division (SOEPD)- Dipolog City attended a  3-day Regional Workshop on Lessons Learned on Tsunami Awareness and Education Materials Adaptation and Development from 19-21 July 2011. The workshop was organized by Jakarta International Tsunami Information Center (JTIC) based in UNESCO with funding support from UNESCAP. The workshop aimed to gather experts and practitioners of earthquake and tsunami awareness materials, specifically from Indonesia, Thailand, Timor Leste and the Philippines to share lessons learned out of the implementation of the UNESCAP-funded project on sharing adaptation of tsunami information materials. The meeting was also an opportunity for other Indian Ocean countries namely Bangladesh, Iran, India, Malaysia, Maldives and Sri Lanka to present the gaps and needs in terms of awareness and preparedness materials on earthquake and tsunami in their respective countries.

The workshop also focused on ensuring how science can be translated and simplified and be used as strong basis for awareness and education materials. A special session was also devoted to lessons learned from the recent tsunami events in Chile (February 2010), Mentawai, Indonesia (October 2010) and Japan (March 2011) in the context of awareness and education materials.

Ms. Villegas made two technical presentations- Lessons Learned in Materials Development and Adaptation, Country Case: The Philippines and Lessons Learned from Pacific Wave Exercise in the Philippines, while Engr Garcia presented the Lessons Learned in Materials Development and Adaptation, Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines. /mlmvillegas

 
DOST-PHIVOLCS launches children’s earthquake preparedness materials in partnership with UNESCO-Jakarta PDF Print
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 08:23

The safety of children from earthquakes and tsunamis has always been a main focus of PHIVOLCS awareness and preparedness program since the 16 July 1990 Luzon Earthquake. If a child learns how to be able to protect oneself during a strong earthquake, this is a lifelong skill that he will bring until he is grown. Colorful, simply-illustrated visual teaching aids are still the most effective tools.

DOST-PHIVOLCS have independently produced earthquake and tsunami information materials from posters, flyers and brochures since the devastating 1990 earthquake and these have been available to the public within the Philippines. The devastating December 2004 earthquake and tsunami that hit Indonesia and other countries around the Indian Ocean has resulted to a wealth of other information materials developed in countries affected by the earthquake and tsunami.  In 2010, the Philippines through partnership with UNESCO-Jakarta, and other collaborating country-partners Indonesia, Thailand and Timor Leste, opened their doors to exchanging and sharing of available information materials developed in each country so that many more will benefit from these information materials. Five materials were adapted and translated by PHIVOLCS: the teaching guides Aahh..Ngayon Alam ko na, mga 11 dapat gawin kapag may lindol, Talahuluganan ng Tsunami (Tsunami Glossary), Tsunami Teacher DVD and the Tsunami Sticker. The flashcard type Aha..Ngayon Alam ko na and 11 mga dapat gawin are visual aids that can be used anywhere, not only in schools but even in barangay halls in most far-flung areas. People can immediately learn from the colorful vivid illustrations about what to do during an earthquake.

Through the project “Tsunami Awareness and Preparedness Tools and Materials Assessment project” implemented by UNESCO-Jakarta with funding support from UNESCAP, each collaborating country exchanged and adapted already produced material from another collaborating partner. The adaptation also involved translation of these materials into the local language. These materials have been disseminated through trainings conducted for teachers in Pagadian City (January 2011), Malabon and Navotas (February 2011) and Navotas Daycare Center workers (February 2011).


 
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