Philippines

Community Response Map

Rapid Information, Communication, and Accountability Assessment

 

Number of Respondents

852

Género

Female:
418
Male:
434

Edad

< 18
64
64 respondents
18-35
410
410 respondents
36-65
343
343 respondents
66+
35
35 respondents
Marital Status Total
Married 631
Single 103
69
Widowed 45
Separated 3
Divorced/Annuled 1
Religious Affiliation Total
Islam 743
38
Roman Catholic 37
Christian 22
Other 12
Type of work Total
428
Other 181
Business related work 127
Skilled worker 67
Laborer 42
Office related work 7
Language Total
Maranao 653
Tagalog 98
Cebuano 65
32
Waray 2
English 1
Bicol 1
Repondent's Category Total
Women 201
Youth 141
Elderly 61
Children 53
Membership in the community 4
Persons with Disability (PwD) 1
Geographically isolated and displaced area (GIDA) Population 1
Indigenous People 1
Barangay Total
ILIGAN CITY 327
BALOI 211
PANTAR 138
Maria Cristina-Fuentes 77
LANAO DEL NORTE 29
Ubaldo Laya 18
Pacalundo 16
SAGUIARAN 13
Poblacion West 9
4
MARAWI CITY (Capital) 3
LANAO DEL SUR 2
POONA PIAGAPO 2
Landa (Gadongan) 2
Batolacongan (Basagad) 1
Information about any form of help being provided? Total
44
Yes 490
No 318
Did the aid, support or any form of help come from the government? Total
36
Yes 632
No 184
How about aid, support and any form of help from other organizations? Total
74
UN agencies 55
INGOs 689
CSO 2
Private Sector 13
Business Groups 1
Church/Faith-based groups 6
Volunteer Groups 10
Other 2
Were you informed of what you should receive? Total
48
Yes 199
No 605
Do you have the necessary information on how to address your current need? Total
45
Yes 373
No 434

Communication Channels

If NO, what type of information you think you need? Total
430
Information on assistance 359
Shelter 317
Food 241
Water 185
Information on relatives 131
Others 24
If Yes, what are the main sources of your information? Total
486
Friends neighbors and family 209
Aid worker 147
Government official 108
Community leader 77
Other 66
TV (national and local) 36
Community group 18
Religious leader 13
Military official 4
AM Radio: 2
FM Radio: 2
What are the community’s main sources of information before the disaster? Total
Friends neighbors and family 586
TV (national and local) 378
AM Radio: 178
FM Radio: 173
Other 143
Government official 85
Community leader 63
Community group 47
Not Available 35
Aid worker 33
Religious leader 11
Newspaper (national and local) 10
Military official 4
What communication channels do you prefer to communicate with your loved ones, friends, government and other organizations from Total
SMS text and calls 739
Internet social media 214
97
AM/FM radio 52
TV 24
Other 1
Do you have any questions about the aid you received? Total
53
Yes 338
No 461
Did you inform camp manager, local government, neighbors, relatives and other agencies about your situation? Total
73
Yes 449
No 330
Are you satisfied with the assistance delivered? Total
49
Yes 358
No 445
Were you consulted on what you needed? Total
42
Yes 110
No 700
Do you have suggestions on how to improve the assistance? Total
71
Yes 225
No 556
Have you ever given/ provided any feedback to the government and other organizations because the aid/support/help was not what y Total
81
Yes 468
No 303
Was your feedback given necessary action by the government? Total
87
Yes 233
No 532
Was your feedback given necessary action by other organizations? Total
88
Yes 243
No 521