In the event of a 25 year flood return, the Municipality of Pateros would need to prepare for 31,500 of her citizens affected by the floods. Based on data as of February 8, 2016 from WebSAFE; 210 people are highly affected by the flood; 12,300 are in medium hazard areas, while 19,100 people are in low hazard areas.
The estimated number of relief aid per week needed are the following: 88,200 kg of rice; 2,110,500 liters of clean water; 551,250 liters of drinking water; 6,300 family; 1,575 toilets; 1,502 kilos of additional rice for pregnant women; and 12,795 hygiene packs for women.
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WebSafe is an online tool adapted by Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) from InaSafe, the innovative open source plug-in tool jointly developed by the Indonesian Government, Australian Government, and World Bank.
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A. Duncan, P. Hogarth, E. Paringit, A.M.F. Lagmay. Sharing UK LIDAR and flood mapping experience with the Philippines 73-75. International Conference on Flood Resilience: Experiences in Asia and Europe. 5-7 September 2013. Exeter, United Kingdom.