The Southern Leyte Landslide

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The Southern Leyte Landslide
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When?
17th Feb 2006, 10:45am
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How much rain fell in the ten days prior?
200cm from La Nina
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What magnitude was the earthquake that caused solifluction?
2.6
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What was the source of the mud?
Mount Canabag
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What was the name of the village entirely engulfed?
Guinsaugon
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How many ha were covered by 25-40m of mud?
46
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Deaths?
1,126
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No. of people never found?
951
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How many displaced?
19,000
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What % of families lost a family member?
90%
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How many villages were forced to evacuate?
7
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Cost of damages to infrastructure?
$22.6 million
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Who cared for children?
Nuns
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Where did survivors live?
Churches, schools and vacant lots
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How many barangays were evacuated due to fears of another flow?
11
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Who ordered a rescue and relief operation?
President Arroyo
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Why was the operation halted?
The mud wasn't moving
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What did OXFAM provide?
EHA's, hygiene kits and water supplies
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How much did the chairman of the Red Cross raise?
$1.5 million
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What did the HFA do? (4)
1. Ensure disaster reduction is a priority. 2. identify and monitor future risks. 3. land use planning. 4. build a hazard safe culture
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