Issue of November 3, 2019
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Ifugao PDRRMC reorganized, active participation stressed
by Daniel B. Codamon / PIA

LAGAWE, Ifugao – Gov. Jerry Dalipog has reorganized and expanded the membership of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) to help sustain the gains of the province’s partnership with public and private sectors.

The partners assist in building disaster resilience, institutionalizing arrangement and measures for reducing the risks of disasters including the projected climate risks, and in enhancing disaster preparedness and response capabilities at all levels.

Dalipog said the magnitude of disaster risk reduction and management requires a determined effort of the local government of promoting the active participation and involvement of all stakeholders concerned and ensures the functional operation of DRRM offices, organizations, and committees at all levels.

This is in also in  compliance with the Department of  the Interior and Local Government Memorandum Circular 2010-143 mandating additional functions, members, and the establishment of the PDRRM Office and in fulfillment of its mandate under Republic Act 10121.

The governor is the PDRRMC chairperson with the police provincial director as the vice chairperson. Members are the heads or representatives of the 13 organic offices of the provincial government, 15 from the national line agencies, four from the civil society organizations, and the 11 mayors of Ifugao.

The PDRRMC chairperson shall ensure that the DRRM fund amounting to not less than five percent of the estimated revenue from regular sources shall be set aside to support DRRM activities, of which 30 percent is for quick response and 70 percent for prevention and mitigation, preparedness, response, rehabilitation and recovery.

The PDRRMC shall also ensure that procured or acquired disaster response and rescue equipment, construction, heavy equipment and other donations of the same shall be made properties of the DRRM Operation Center under the accountability of the PDRRMC chairperson and PDRRM officer through a memorandum receipt issued by the Provincial General Services Office.

The PDRRMC shall make public its reports on the use of the PDRRM fund by publication and posting in a conspicuous place including websites of any of the LGU/PDRRMO for it to be made known to the public.

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