#OnyokPH: Help map critical reports
MANILA, Philippines - Tropical Depression Onyok has made landfall over Manay, Davao Oriental on Friday night, December 18, according to state weather bureau PAGASA.
It has weakened into a low pressure area (LPA) after making landfall at 9:30 pm Friday. As of 10 pm, the LPA was located in the vicinity of Caraga/Manay, Davao Oriental.
However, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (NDRRMC) chief Alexander Pama warned affected residents of floods and landslides particularly those living along rivers and near mining areas.
Agos Disaster Alert Map
During this weather event, access to timely information is critical to saving lives.
You can help report critical information such as flooded areas, damaged roads, or people in need of rescue by reporting your location and the situation on the Agos Disaster Alert Map.
Agos, powered by EBayanihan, continues to source relevant and actionable information via its Agos Alert Map (agos.rappler.com) for decision-making and responder use.
[Click the image below to see the Agos Disaster Alert Map]
To report a flood or any critical information:
- Click on the report button at the top right corner of the map.
- Provide your name, the location of the report, and other important details.
- You can also share your report via social media.
The crowdsourced data can be used by disaster management agencies to mobilize response teams to the area.
Rappler and online volunteers will verify the reports and relay them to the appropriate government and non-government response agencies.
Interested in being an Agos volunteer? Sign up here! – Rappler.com
Stay alert and ready with the latest weather and disaster information through Agos.
Project Agos is a collaborative platform that combines top-down government action with bottom-up civic engagement to help communities learn about climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. The project harnesses technology and social media to ensure critical information flows to those who need it before, during, and after a disaster