DLSU's Ondoy Relief Operations


typhoon ondoy casualtiesThe rainfall brought by typhoon ONDOY to Metro Manila and nearby areas in a span of six hours on September 26th, 2009 was the most in recorded history, surpassing the previous record for the metropolis in 1967. This calamity has caused tremendous loss for the people of Manila.

Periodic Situationer Updates:

  • As of October 2, 2009, 4:00 am
    Total damage caused — Php5.1 billion
    Total persons affected — 3.08 million (629,466 families)
    Total evacuees — 797,388 (153,319 families)
    293 dead, 42 missing, 5 injured
     
  • As of October 1, 2009, 6:00 am
    Total damage caused — Php4.8 billion
    Total persons affected — 2.5 million (512,092 families)
    Total evacuees — 1.04 million (199,558 families)
    277 dead, 42 missing, 5 injured
     
  • As of September 30, 2009
    Total damage caused — Php4.8 billion
    Total persons affected — 2.25 million (373,675 families)
    Total evacuees — 736,197 (142,881 families)
    246 dead, 42 missing, 5 injured
     
  • As of September 29, 2009
    Total damage caused — Php4.7 billion
    Total persons affected — 1.94 million (335,000 families)
    Total evacuees — 567,417 (107,616 families)
    246 dead, 38 missing, 5 injured
     
  • As of October 3, 2009, 3:00 pm
    Total damage caused — Php5.2 billion
    Total persons affected — 3.23 million (668,864 families)
    Total evacuees — 888,050 (169,563 families)
    288 dead, 42 missing, 5 injured

Source: National Disaster Coordinating Council

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DLSU Ondoy Relief Drive (Sagip Metro)