‘Oplan Semana Santa’ ready

Apr. 01, 2015

DAVAO CITY  – The Department of Social Welfare and Development, Office of the Civil Defense and the Central 911 led the inspection of airports and terminals for the activation of the Oplan Semana Santa in the city on Tuesday.

DSWD Regional Director Priscilla Razon, Office of Civil Defense Regional Director Loreto Rirao and Central 911 Chief Emmanuel Jaldon led the preparedness meeting at the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, Davao International Airport, Sasa, Davao City “to ensure the safety  and security of Davaoeños, as well as tourists visiting the city for the Lenten season.”

DSWD, in a press release, said there is a ready stockpile of 28,000 family food packs at the Inter-Agency Relief Operations Center at DPWH Depot, Panacan, Davao City. DSWD XI also said it bears a Disaster Standby Fund of Php 4,145,500.00.

Aside from the airport, the officials also inspected Sasa Wharf, Sta. Ana Wharf, Magsaysay Park, Davao City Overland Transport Terminal, SM Ecoland, Crocodile Park and People’s Park.

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