Updates: Typhoon Yolanda | Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines

People keep asking pero ang dali naman hanapin.

Completed:

As of November 5, 2015:

DPWH

  • All-access roads (1.7 km)
  • 286 km of national roads
  • 1,117.64 m of national bridges
  • 77 out of 110 flood control projects reconstructed

DepEd

  • 1,026 newly constructed classrooms
  • 5,457 renovated classrooms
  • 121,950 items of school furniture

CHED

  • 413 rehabilitated SUCs

DILG

  • 292 out of 309 partially damaged LGU facilities rehabilitated under DILG Recovery Assistance on Yolanda (RAY) Batch 1

DSWD

  • 48 projects completed for 29,879 household beneficiaries from repair/rehab of damaged structures from the CDD approach of KALAHI-CIDSS
  • 2,839 projects completed for 3,238,801 household beneficiaries from construction of new structures from the CDD approach of KALAHI-CIDSS

As of September 15, 2015

DOTC

  • 23 rehabilitated seaports
  • 35 out of 37 rehabilitated airports
  • 5 repaired structures/buildings

NIA

  • All 2,396 hectares with restored national/communal irrigation systems

Ongoing:

DPWH

  • 42 km national roads
  • 09 lm national bridges
  • 17 flood control projects being reconstructed

DepEd

  • 928 new classrooms under construction
  • 4,239 classrooms under renovation

CHED

191 SUCs ongoing rehabilitation

POWER

As of September 15, 2015:

Completed:

National Electrification Administration

  • All 33 electric cooperatives had power restored

Ongoing:

National Power Corporation

Rehab of Mamburao-Sablayan Transmission Line

Source: Updates: Typhoon Yolanda | Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines