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A. Background
- Brief description about the LGU (Location, Population, Socio-economic, Socio-culture)
B. Rationale
- Briefly define what is CP, the reasons why the CP was prepared
- Who will use and benefit the approved CP?
C. CP Formulation and Approval
- Who prepared the CP?
- When was the CP formulated, tested and reviewed by LDRRMC and approved by the SB/SP?


1. Historical Flooding Events

Briefly describe the vulnerability of your municipality based on the bad and worse-case flooding
events that your community previously experienced and their effects on lives and properties.
Indicate return period of these events if information is available. Attach map showing location of
areas affected.

2. Hazard, vulnerability and Risk Assessment

Briefly describe vulnerability of your city/municipality to flood based on hazard map recently
updated by PAGASA. Define the elements at risk. Attach map showing the areas affected by low,
moderate and high flooding.

3. Describe the root causes, early warning signs and aggravating/triggering factors
3.1 Root Causes
3.2 Early Warning Signs
3.3 Aggravating/Triggering Factors

4. On-going DRR/CCA measures and interventions

STRUCTURAL MEASURES Existing and On-going interventions

NON-STRUCTURAL MEASURES Existing and On-going interventions

4.1 Describe the DRR/CCA organizational structures of your city/municipality (LDRRMC, LDRRM
Office, Barangay DRRMC, etc)
4.2 What are related DRR/CCA ordinances formulated and being enforced
4.3 Programs/Projects and activities (PPAs)
CHAPTER 3 General Policy and Objectives of the CP

CHAPTER 4 Sectoral Arrangements and Plans

4.1 Sectors/Cluster approach

Describe the local sectors that the LGU intend to tap to respond to the worst case scenario
flooding. Define the lead and support agencies including the national and international
Sector Lead Support National International

Indicate that the directory of lead and support agencies including national and international
counterparts is found in ANNEX ____. It is suggested that alternate contact persons with
corresponding contact number be included in the directory.
Agency Contact Person Number

4.2 Sectoral objectives, tasks and flow of coordination/operation

4.2.1 Sector: Command and Control

Brief description of (worst-case) scenario:
Sector Objectives: _____________________
Tasks: _______________________________
Lead Agency:__________________________ Support Agencies: ___________________
Flow of Coordination (Flow chart with Narrative Description)
Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs)
Projected Needs / Existing Resources / Identified gaps and Action Plan to Meet the
Projects Gaps
Projected Standards Existing Gaps Source Activity Office/Person Time Resources Needed
Needs Resources (Indicate to Responsible Frame Item Cost Source
no. of Meet (OPR)
days of the
operation) Gaps

4.2.2 Communication and Warning

4.2.3 Search and Rescue

4.2.4 Evacuation Service

4.2.5 Relief Operation

4.2.6 Transportation Sector

4.2.7 Medical/Health Sector

4.2.8 Fire

4.2.9 Engineering, Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Recovery

CHAPTER 5 Procedures for feedbacking, updating of CP and future actions

- Who will keep copies of the CP

- Who will monitor the implementation of the Sectoral Plan?
- What will be the procedures for feedbacking and updating of the CP?
- What action steps you must take to disseminate the CP to the key players, partners and
concerned barangays/ families

ANNEX 1 : Composition of CP Formulation and Testing Team

ANNEX 2 : Directory of Key Players (Local, National and International Partners)

ANNEX 3 : Standard Operating Procedures

ANNEX 4 : Photo Documentation (CP Formulation, CP Testing)

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