In Numbers: 6 months after Yolanda

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In Numbers: 6 months after Yolanda
What progress has been made half a year after Super Typhoon Yolanda hit the country?

MANILA, Philippines – It’s been 6 months since Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) hit the country and left a deep scar in affected areas, particularly in Eastern Visayas.

Yolanda tore across the Visayas on November 8 last year, leaving a huge number of casualties and damage. (READ: TIMELINE: Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan))

This natural calamity made headlines around the world, leading other nations and organizations outside the country to provide various forms of assistance to assist in the country’s recovery.

The national government even released a total budget of P17.69 billion from December for the recovery and rehabilitation of communities devastated by the super typhoon.

After 6 months have passed, what progress has been made in the affected areas given all these assistance?

SURVIVORS. Up to 130,000 Yolanda (Haiyan) survivors still live in tents as of April 2014, the government says. File photo by Franz Lopez/Rappler

Rappler gathered the latest statistics from various agencies and organizations that monitored both the damage and aid in the areas hit by the super typhoon.

Click on each item below to see how each of them have been addressed so far.

1,472,251 number of affected families
918,261 number of displaced families
7,110,938 number of affected individuals
4,374,649 number of displaced individuals
518,878 number of totally damaged houses
493,912 number of partially damaged houses
P11.07 billion total foreign aid pledged (cash)
P22.97 billion total foreign aid pledged (non-cash)
P15 billion total cash received by government
7,376 number of individuals who benefitted from the cash-for-work program
P2.53 million amount distributed under the cash-for-work program
186,080 number of individuals who benefitted from the cash-for-assets program
P531.68 million amount distributed under the cash-for-assets program
353,320 number of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4P) household beneficiaries
2.94 million number of people at risk of undernutrition after the storm
4,340,059 number of distributed 3/6kgs family food packs
713,074 number of distributed 25kgs family food packs
3.2 million number of people reached by general food distribution
466,290 number of hygiene kits distributed
329,270 number of water kits distributed
80,000 number of houses that have been completely repaired or rebuilt
140,000 number of severely damaged houses that have been partially repaired
3,455 number of families in regions VI and VIII that have been transferred to bunkhouses
265 number of bunkhouses constructed in regions VI and VIII
570,000 number of households who have received basic emergency shelter materials such as tarps and tents
133,000 number of households that have received roofing materials, including corrugated iron sheeting, fixings and tools
10,795 number of families in Palo (Leyte), Tanauan (Leyte) and Guiuan (E. Samar) who received shelter kits
2,553 number of individuals trained as carpenters
26,972 number of households that received cash (below P10,000) to support shelter recovery
10,733 number of core shelter units (permanent houses in safe zones) to be constructed
P751.31 million amount allotted for core shelter assistance
331 total number of ongoing developmental infrastructure projects that would help re-build Yolanda-affected areas
85 number of road projects (for construction/improvement/concreting)
61 number of foot path/access trail repair/construction
53 number of school building repair/construction
37 number of seawall/flood control/drainage/riprap/spillway repair
35 number of water system repair/construction
20 number of health station repair/construction
16 number of daycare center projects
10 number of bridge repair/construction
5 number of sanitary toilets repair/construction
3 number of post-harvest facilities repair/construction
6 number of other projects like multipurpose buildings, miniport, and solid waste management
P552.75 million amount allotted for these projects
109 number of affected children verified through the Family Tracing and Reunification System
65 number of children who lost their parents/primary caregivers
89 number of children who need immediate financial assistance for daily needs
163,000 number of children under 5 who lost access to health facilities
17,500 number of schools destroyed
25,000 number of daycare centers destroyed
48 number of child friendly spaces established
2,328 number of women of availed of the Women Friendly Spaces program
1 million number of women and children affected
70,000 number of mothers who were expected to deliver in the first quarter of 2014
45,000 number of children who were born out of proper facilities
21% percentage of communities with insufficient breast milk
82% percentage of health facilities damaged
50% percentage of health centers that are now functioning
5.9 million estimated number of workers who lost their sources of income and livelihood
49% percentage of workers in service sector
13% percentage of workers in industry sector
38% percentage of workers in the agriculture, forestry, and fishing sectors
117,854 number of people provided with immediate short-term employment and livelihood support and services
80,000 number of farmers who benefitted from seed distribution
11,691 number of fisherfolks who received assistance to restore damaged fishing boats
44,000 number of individuals in Region VIII who are endorsed for the mobile civil registration
3,000 number of individuals who have finished the process

– Research by Fritzie Rodriguez and Jodesz Gavilan/

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