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Yolanda
Understanding Disaster
A calamitous event resulting in …
loss of life
great human suffering & distress
Large-scale material damage
Malaking k...
In many parts of the world disasters
are not aberrations that temporarily
halt development work. Often they
are a constant...
Disaster Examples
Bagyo / Baha – yearly
Lindol / Tsunami / Bulkan – saan galing ang
bundok?
Bomba / Gera / Terrorista –...
Disaster Deaths in High & Low Developed Countries
100
700
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
1994-2003
Low
High
7X higher in lo...
Increase in Reported Disasters in Lower & Higher
Developed Countries
0
0.3
0
1.42
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
120%
140%
160%
1...
Toward a Theology of
Disaster
What do I do?
A personal struggle
5 Steps to Bring Hope to
Disaster
A Theology of Hope
Resources
 Frank R. Tillapaugh, Unleashing the Church: Getting People
Out of the Fortress & Into the Ministry, (Regal Boo...
Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
When we are used to a certain lifestyle, we
often don’t see certain areas of the
world.
 Re...
Redemption & Lift
NON-CHRISTIAN LIFE
GAP
“the redemption of a large number of people in a society will
cause a lift in the...
Redemption & Lift
“a person is redeemed, straightens up his or
her life with God & the church's help, gets
serious about ...
Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
Try to “see as Jesus saw”
John 9:1 “Sa paglalakad ni Jesus, nakita
niya ang isang lalaking ...
Acts of
Nature
Poor
Planning
Environ-
mental
Abuse
Terrorism
ANALYSIS: Ano ba'ng mga dahilan ng
malaking kapahamakan?
Disa...
Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
Invisible Problem Solution
Manor Hotel Fire Code, Less Crime (no
grills), Education
Real, et...
Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
Solutions
1. “Seeing-as-he-saw” fieldtrips
 Hospital
 Night
 Police
2. Are there laws not...
Red Cross Code of Conduct
1.Humanitarian / Makatao
To alleviate human suffering is the primary
purpose
Ang nanlalait sa m...
Red Cross Code of Conduct
2.Without Distinction /
 Regardless of the race, creed or nationality of the
recipients
 Witho...
Red Cross Code of Conduct
3. Instruments of God / Mga Kagamitan ng
Diyos
 Not instruments of government or political
poli...
Red Cross Code of Conduct
4. Dignity & Respect
 We shall recognize disaster victims as dignified
humans, not hopeless obj...
Reduce the risk
Determine biggest threat
Prepare beforehand
Respond effectively
Know minimum
standards for response
...
Assignment
See as Jesus saw:
• What potential disasters exist in your
community?
• What places in your community don’t yo...
Stage 2: Holy Spirit’s Calling
Ac 13:2 – … sinabi sa kanila ng Espiritu
Santo, "Ibukod ninyo sina Bernabe at
Saulo. Sila'...
Stage 2: Holy Spirit’s Calling
Realise not every need is a call
Do we have a leader called by God?
• Go where God wants ...
Ang Iglesya
1. Body / Katawan
2. House / Bahay
3. Vine / Baging
 Special Design for a Special Purpose
 How does your bod...
Who is on your team?
1. Sino sila?
2. Anong trabaho?
3. Anong mga
libangan?
4. Taga saan sila?
5. Anong karanasan
nila?
6....
Stage 3: Matuto sa Iba
We can’t do it on our own!
Who is responsible for the area?
• Logging, fire, relief, DSWD, NGOs
...
Stage 3: Learn from Others
Red Cross Code of Conduct
5.Local Capacity
 Involve affected persons in the management of reli...
Red Cross Code of Conduct
6.Present & Future / Kasalukuyan at
Kinabukasan
 Meet basic needs
 Reduce future vulnerabiliti...
Red Cross Code of Conduct
7. Accountability
 To God
 To those we seek to assist
 To those from whom we accept resources...
Church
Government
People
NGOs
Devt.
Structure
INFRASTRUCTURE: Strategic Alliance
Knowledge & Concern
Knowledge
& Concern
K...
Assignment
List the groups that exist in your
community that you can learn from.
When will you meet with them?
Stage 3: ...
Stage 4: Become a Specialist
Study the target & develop a strategy
Stage 4: Become a Specialist
Health
& Sani-
tation
Literacy/
Education
Policy
Advo-
cacy
Church-
planting
Holistic
Ministry
PROGRAMS: Holistic Model
Re...
Stage 5: Be Flexible
1Co 8:1 “Ang kaalaman ay nagtutulak sa tao
na maging mapagmataas, subalit ang pag-
ibig ay nakapagpap...
Assignment
What limitations does your church face
in disaster preparation/response?
Think of three ways to overcome thos...
5 Steps to Bring Hope to Disaster
1. See the Invisible
2. Listen to Holy Spirit
3. Learn from Others
4. Become a Specialis...
Responding to Disasters
Review
Transformational
Ministry
Acts of
God
Poor
Planning
Environ-
mental
Abuse
Terrorism
ANALYSIS: What causes Disaster?
Disaster
20 typhoons/year
Illega...
Reduce the risk
Determine biggest threat
Prepare beforehand
Respond effectively
Know minimum
standards for response
...
Church
Government
People
NGOs
Devt.
Structure
INFRASTRUCTURE: Strategic Alliance
Knowledge & Concern
Knowledge
& Concern
K...
Health
& Sani-
tation
Literacy/
Education
Policy
Advo-
cacy
Church-
planting
Holistic
Ministry
PROGRAMS: Holistic Model
Re...
Basic Transformational Services: Community Development
COMMUNITY LIFE
SILUNGAN
COMM.ORG’G
MED’L/HEALTH
SPIRITUALCARE
RELOCATION
HYGIENE
LOC.GOVERNANCE
SIMBAHAN
CAPACITYBULIDING
MICROENTERPRISE...
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  1. 1. Yolanda
  2. 2. Understanding Disaster
  3. 3. A calamitous event resulting in … loss of life great human suffering & distress Large-scale material damage Malaking kapahamakan; malaking kasawiang-palad; malaking sakuna Nang hindi sinadya From International Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement
  4. 4. In many parts of the world disasters are not aberrations that temporarily halt development work. Often they are a constant threat that can & must be prepared for. – Christian Aid
  5. 5. Disaster Examples Bagyo / Baha – yearly Lindol / Tsunami / Bulkan – saan galing ang bundok? Bomba / Gera / Terrorista – Daniel 9:26 Namatayan – Genesis 2:17 Sunog Banggaan
  6. 6. Disaster Deaths in High & Low Developed Countries 100 700 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 1994-2003 Low High 7X higher in lower developed countries!
  7. 7. Increase in Reported Disasters in Lower & Higher Developed Countries 0 0.3 0 1.42 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% 140% 160% 1994-1998 1999-2003 Low High Note: Not necessarily an increase in disasters. Just an increase in reported disasters!
  8. 8. Toward a Theology of Disaster
  9. 9. What do I do? A personal struggle
  10. 10. 5 Steps to Bring Hope to Disaster A Theology of Hope
  11. 11. Resources  Frank R. Tillapaugh, Unleashing the Church: Getting People Out of the Fortress & Into the Ministry, (Regal Books, 1982).  The Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement & Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)in Disaster Relief  Christian Aid Mission, Guiding principles & inter-agency coordination, www.christianaid.com  The Sphere Project, Humanitarian Charter & Minimum Standards in Disaster Response, www.sphereproject.org  Dawn Ministries, DNA Vision
  12. 12. Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible When we are used to a certain lifestyle, we often don’t see certain areas of the world.  Redemption & Lift Principle Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  13. 13. Redemption & Lift NON-CHRISTIAN LIFE GAP “the redemption of a large number of people in a society will cause a lift in their social & economic situation. The lift takes place over a generation; it is the generation that follows that often sees that greatest change.” CHRISTIAN LIFE•Sugal •Inuman •Mahirap •Pagkain •Tuition •Mayaman Generation 1 Generation 2 Generation 3 Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  14. 14. Redemption & Lift “a person is redeemed, straightens up his or her life with God & the church's help, gets serious about work, family & civic duties & becomes a respectable citizen. Soon, the former drunk is a solid citizen, & the children go on for advanced degrees, becoming a part of the upper social class” Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  15. 15. Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible Try to “see as Jesus saw” John 9:1 “Sa paglalakad ni Jesus, nakita niya ang isang lalaking ipinanganak na bulag.” Mt 9:36 “Nang makita niya ang napaka- raming tao, nahabag siya sa kanila …” Mk 2:14 “… nakita niyang nakaupo sa paningilan ng buwis si Levi …” Lk 20:23 “Alam ni Jesus ang kanilang masamang balak …” Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  16. 16. Acts of Nature Poor Planning Environ- mental Abuse Terrorism ANALYSIS: Ano ba'ng mga dahilan ng malaking kapahamakan? Disaster 20 bagyo/yr Illegal fishing Davao Airport Bagyo Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  17. 17. Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible Invisible Problem Solution Manor Hotel Fire Code, Less Crime (no grills), Education Real, et al Tree Planting, Legal Logging, Education Tsunami Relief & Development; Building Code Changes OFW Overseas Filipino Families?, Education Illegal Fishing Political Will, Education Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  18. 18. Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible Solutions 1. “Seeing-as-he-saw” fieldtrips  Hospital  Night  Police 2. Are there laws not being kept?  May layunin ang mga batas. Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  19. 19. Red Cross Code of Conduct 1.Humanitarian / Makatao To alleviate human suffering is the primary purpose Ang nanlalait sa mahirap ay humahamak sa Maykapal, at ang nagagalak sa kapahamakan ng iba'y mayroon ding pananagutan. Pr 17:5 Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  20. 20. Red Cross Code of Conduct 2.Without Distinction /  Regardless of the race, creed or nationality of the recipients  Without adverse distinction of any kind.  Priority on those who need help the most Ang Diyos ba'y Diyos lamang ng mga Judio? Hindi ba't Diyos din siya ng mga Hentil? Oo, siya'y Diyos din ng mga Hentil, sapagkat iisa lamang ang Diyos. Kapwa niya tatanggapin ang mga Judio at mga Hentil dahil sa kanilang pananampalataya sa kanya. Pinapawalang saysay ba namin ang Kautusan dahil sa pananampalatayang ito? Hinding-hindi! Sa halip, pinapagtibay pa nga namin ito. Ro 3:29- 30 Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  21. 21. Red Cross Code of Conduct 3. Instruments of God / Mga Kagamitan ng Diyos  Not instruments of government or political policy  Aid will not be dependent on religious conversion Ang mga taong nasa kadiliman ay nakakita ng maningning na ilaw! Sa mga nakatira sa lilim ng kamatayan ay sumikat ang liwanag. Mt 5:16 Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  22. 22. Red Cross Code of Conduct 4. Dignity & Respect  We shall recognize disaster victims as dignified humans, not hopeless objects Pagkatapos, sinabi ng Diyos: "Ngayon, likhain natin ang tao ayon sa ating larawan, ayon sa ating wangis. … Nilalang nga ng Diyos ang tao ayon sa kanyang larawan … Ge 1:26, 27  We shall respect culture & custom Kinabukasan, isinama nga ni Pablo ang mga lalaki at isinagawa nila ang seremonya ng paglilinis. Pagkatapos, siya'y pumasok sa Templo ….Ac 21:17-26 Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  23. 23. Reduce the risk Determine biggest threat Prepare beforehand Respond effectively Know minimum standards for response Rehabilitate to reduce risk Make disaster management part of development Make people aware Strengthen ability to withstand disaster OUTCOMES: Objectives & Goals Emer- gency Plan Capacity & Local Ldshp Reduce Reuse Recycle Individual Righteousness Solutions
  24. 24. Assignment See as Jesus saw: • What potential disasters exist in your community? • What places in your community don’t you see? Ano ba'ng mga lugar na nasa paligid natin na hindi natin napansin? • Plan a “see-as-he-saw” field trip for your church in your community Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  25. 25. Stage 2: Holy Spirit’s Calling Ac 13:2 – … sinabi sa kanila ng Espiritu Santo, "Ibukod ninyo sina Bernabe at Saulo. Sila'y pinili ko para sa tanging gawaing inilaan ko sa kanila." Stage 2: Holy Spirit’s Calling
  26. 26. Stage 2: Holy Spirit’s Calling Realise not every need is a call Do we have a leader called by God? • Go where God wants us • God-given motivation to leaders “want-to motivation” Key Idea: We may have the desire for a certain ministry but God hasn’t yet provided the leader for that ministry (P.S. It isn’t always you!) Stage 2: Holy Spirit’s Calling
  27. 27. Ang Iglesya 1. Body / Katawan 2. House / Bahay 3. Vine / Baging  Special Design for a Special Purpose  How does your body fit together? Stage 2: Holy Spirit’s Calling
  28. 28. Who is on your team? 1. Sino sila? 2. Anong trabaho? 3. Anong mga libangan? 4. Taga saan sila? 5. Anong karanasan nila? 6. Anong mga kalakasan nila?.  Teachers  Engineers  Tradespeople  Professionals  Doctors  Nurses  Police  Military  IT  Telecom  Business.Stage 2: Holy Spirit’s Calling
  29. 29. Stage 3: Matuto sa Iba We can’t do it on our own! Who is responsible for the area? • Logging, fire, relief, DSWD, NGOs Who is concerned for the problem? • Advocacy groups, citizen’s groups, media, NGOs How do they do it? Empowered members Complementary staff Stage 3: Learn from Others
  30. 30. Stage 3: Learn from Others Red Cross Code of Conduct 5.Local Capacity  Involve affected persons in the management of relief aid  Build response on local capacities  Buy from local stores Nang kami ay kasama pa ninyo, ito ang itinuro namin sa inyo, "Huwag ninyong pakainin ang sinumang ayaw magtrabaho." Binanggit namin ito dahil nabalitaan naming may ilan sa inyong ayaw magtrabaho, at walang inaatupag kundi ang makialam sa buhay ng may buhay. Sa pangalan ng Panginoong Jesu-Cristo, mahigpit naming iniuutos sa mga taong ito na sila'y maghanapbuhay nang maayos at huwag umasa sa iba. 2Th 3:10-12
  31. 31. Red Cross Code of Conduct 6.Present & Future / Kasalukuyan at Kinabukasan  Meet basic needs  Reduce future vulnerabilities to disaster "Kung ang isa sa inyo'y nagbabalak na magtayo ng tore, hindi ba siya uupo muna upang magplano at kuwentahin kung magkano ang magagastos niya upang matiyak kung may sapat siyang pera para maipatapos ang kanyang ipapatayo? Lk 14:28 Stage 3: Learn from Others
  32. 32. Red Cross Code of Conduct 7. Accountability  To God  To those we seek to assist  To those from whom we accept resources Stage 3: Learn from Others
  33. 33. Church Government People NGOs Devt. Structure INFRASTRUCTURE: Strategic Alliance Knowledge & Concern Knowledge & Concern Knowledge & Concern Knowledge & Concern Stage 3: Learn from Others
  34. 34. Assignment List the groups that exist in your community that you can learn from. When will you meet with them? Stage 3: Learn from Others
  35. 35. Stage 4: Become a Specialist Study the target & develop a strategy Stage 4: Become a Specialist
  36. 36. Health & Sani- tation Literacy/ Education Policy Advo- cacy Church- planting Holistic Ministry PROGRAMS: Holistic Model Response & Prevention Enviro- nmental Laws Knowing & Making Known Emergency Response Stage 4: Become a Specialist
  37. 37. Stage 5: Be Flexible 1Co 8:1 “Ang kaalaman ay nagtutulak sa tao na maging mapagmataas, subalit ang pag- ibig ay nakapagpapatatag.” Disaster doesn’t follow a schedule! Think “outside the box” • Filipino ingenuity Even though we are not OF this world, we are IN this world Stage 5: Be Flexible
  38. 38. Assignment What limitations does your church face in disaster preparation/response? Think of three ways to overcome those limitations. Stage 5: Be Flexible
  39. 39. 5 Steps to Bring Hope to Disaster 1. See the Invisible 2. Listen to Holy Spirit 3. Learn from Others 4. Become a Specialist 5. Be Flexible
  40. 40. Responding to Disasters Review
  41. 41. Transformational Ministry
  42. 42. Acts of God Poor Planning Environ- mental Abuse Terrorism ANALYSIS: What causes Disaster? Disaster 20 typhoons/year Illegal logging Davao Airport Tsunami Stage 1: Seeing the Invisible
  43. 43. Reduce the risk Determine biggest threat Prepare beforehand Respond effectively Know minimum standards for response Rehabilitate to reduce risk Make disaster management part of development Make people aware Strengthen ability to withstand disaster OUTCOMES: Objectives & Goals Emer- gency Plan Capacity & Local Ldshp Reduce Reuse Recycle Individual Righteousness Solutions
  44. 44. Church Government People NGOs Devt. Structure INFRASTRUCTURE: Strategic Alliance Knowledge & Concern Knowledge & Concern Knowledge & Concern Knowledge & Concern Stage 3: Learn from Others
  45. 45. Health & Sani- tation Literacy/ Education Policy Advo- cacy Church- planting Holistic Ministry PROGRAMS: Holistic Model Response & Prevention Enviro- nmental Laws Knowing & Making Known Emergency Response Stage 4: Become a Specialist
  46. 46. Basic Transformational Services: Community Development COMMUNITY LIFE
  47. 47. SILUNGAN COMM.ORG’G MED’L/HEALTH SPIRITUALCARE RELOCATION HYGIENE LOC.GOVERNANCE SIMBAHAN CAPACITYBULIDING MICROENTERPRISES BUMASA'TSUMULAT CULTURE/VALUES COOPERATIVES ECOLOGY WOMEN/YOUTH LEGAL/PROF’L INFRSTRUCTURES AGRI’L/AQUA OTHERSERVICES LIVELIHOOD HOUSING/TITLES CLINIC/HOSPITAL PUBLICADVOCACY DISCIPLESHIP PINAG-ARALAN JOBPLACEMENTS MARKETS FORMATION MGABANCO MOBIL-IZATION CON-SERVATION SER-VICES ENERGY/ROADS PAG-U-NLAD OTHERSERVI-CES *WALANGPAGKAIN *WALANGBAHAY *KAMATAYAN-KADUMIHAN *SOCIALDISLOCATION *SPIRITUAL/EMOTIONALDEPRESSION PAGKAINFOODFORWORK PAGBABAGONG-AYOS Basic Transformational Services: Community Development RELIEF SERVICES EMERGENCY RELIEF COMMUNITY LIFE

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