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Stuck at home thanks to really bad weather, but can still call and access the internet through your mobile phone? Stay on top of the situation through our list of online and telephone resources:









 

8. MAYPASOKBA.COM


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Check out maypasokba.com for information on class and work suspensions. On Twitter, follow @walangpasok and search for or use the unified hashtag #walangpasok.





 

7. PROJECT NOAH


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Government-initiated crowdsourcing for disaster mitigation and relief.








 

6. TWITTER ACCOUNTS FOR ROADS





































TWEETFOR UPDATES ON
@BacoorCityGovtBacoor
@CaloocanCityLGUCaloocan
@MandaluyongDRRMMandaluyong
@Malabon_CityMalabon
@MarikinaPIOMarikina
@MakatiTrafficMakati


































TWEETFOR UPDATES ON
@MTPB_ManilaManila
@dotcmrt3MRT3
@OfficialLRT1LRT
@Navotas_CityNavotas
@NLEXtrafficNLEX
@PasigInfoPasig


































TWEETFOR UPDATES ON
@PasayPIOPasay
@dost_pagasaweather forecasts
@sanjuancityncrSan Juan
@SkywaySOMCOSLEX & Skyway
@ILoveTaguig1Taguig
@valenzuelacityValenzuela







MMDA has branched out to include specific areas of interest for traffic monitoring. We'll be updating this list with more information as it comes in, so watch this space for updates!








 

5. LANDLINE AND MOBILE









DISASTER MANAGEMENT












National Disaster and Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC)



(02) 911-1406
(02) 912-2665
(02) 912-5668
(02) 911 5061 to 65 (TRUNK LINE)


Local : 100




 WEATHER and EARTHQUAKE MONITORING












PAGASA
Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration



(632) 434-2696












PHIVOLCS
Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology



Trunkline:
(02) 426-1468 to 79
loc. 124/125


Emergency:

0905-313-4077 (Globe)



 PUBLIC SAFETY




















PNP
Philippine National Police



117


0917-847-5757 (Globe)




Bureau of Fire Protection (NCR)



117
(02) 426-0219


(02) 426-3812


(02)426-0246



Philippine Coast Guard



(02) 527-8481 to 89 (TRUNKLINE)
(02) 527-3887 (ACTION CENTER)
0917-724-3682 (Globe)


0917-PCG-DOTC (Globe)


0918-967-4697 (Smart)




UTILITIES




























MWSS


Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System



1627



Maynilad



1626



Meralco



16211



PLDT
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company



171 (Customer Service, (For PLDT Landline nationwide and Smart and  Talk 'N Text cellular phones)


172 (Home DSL)


173 (Repair Hotline)



BayanTel



(02) 412-1212


+632 411-2000 or +632 730-1000 (Bayan DSL)


 




TRANSPORTATION




































DOTC
Dept. of Transportation and Communications



7890


(02) 726-6255



MMDA


Metro Manila Development Authority



Hotline: 136
Trunkline: (02) 882-4150-77
loc. 337 (rescue)
255 (Metrobase)
319 (Road Safety)
374 (Public Safety)
320 (Road Emergency)
(02) 882-0925 (Flood Control)



DPWH


Department of Public Works and Highways



165-02 (Hotline)
(02) 304-3000 (Trunkline)
(02) 304-3713, (02) 304-3904 (Road Repair Maintenance)

NLEX
North Luzon Expressway



(02) 3-5000
(02) 580-8910



Skyway System Hotline



(02) 776-7777 (Landline)


(02) 824-2282 (Hotline)


0917-539-8762 (Globe) 0999-888-0893 (Smart) 0932-854-6980 (Sun)



SLEX
South Luzon Expressway



Hotline: (02) 824-2282, (02) 7763909
Laguna: (049) 508-7539, 502-8956
Manila: (02) 584-4389
0917-687-75390



SCTEX
Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway



Traffic Control: 0920-96-SCTEX (72839)
Trunkline: (02) 362-2246 / (02) 362-9997




CHILD / FAMILY SERVICES












DSWD
Dept. of Social Welfare and Development



0918-912-2813 (Text hotline)
(02) 931-81-01 (Trunkline)
856-3665, 852-8081 (Disaster Response Unit)




RELIEF / AID












Red Cross hotline



Hotline: 143, (02) 527-0000, (02) 527-8385 to 95


Disaster Management Office: 134 (Staff), 132 (Manager), 133 (Radio Room)


Telefax: 527-0864


 






If you have friends and family who do not have access to a data connection, these are the important disaster coordination numbers to print out and keep.







 

4. THESE HASHTAGS





















HASHTAGFOR
#RescuePHRescue concerns and operations
#FloodsPHGeneral crowdsourced flooding updates
#PHalertsA hashtag often used for government advisories

Keep track of these hashtags for crowdsourced information on Twitter. They monitor areas that are flooded or are in need of relief goods as well as individuals who need rescuing.





 

3. #ReliefPH


relief

A unified hashtag on Facebook and Twitter tracked by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to monitor and coordinate relief efforts all over the country. Go to http://www.gov.ph/laginghanda/reliefph/ for regional hotlines.









 

2. GOV.PH


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The Official Gazette will be your most reliable source for emergencies as it is the official publication of Malacañang. It is updated to include hashtags declaring whether or not there is work.





 

1. RED CROSS DONATION DRIVES


#MaringPH Emergency Hotlines and Online Resources-1v

If want to help but you can't leave the house to do it, your texts can be converted into cash. The Red Cross provides information on how to donate via SMS or through other online payment gateways. Visit their website to donate.





 



This list was originally published on August 19, 2013. 8List.ph will be constantly updating the details. If there's information you want to add or share, please post it in the Comments Section below.

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