The Division of Training (DepEd) reported this Thursday that an estimated quantity of P2.188 billion is required for the restore and reconstruction of colleges and lecture rooms utterly and partially broken by the magnitude 7 earthquake that struck northern Luzon and felt the earthquake in Metro Manila and neighboring provinces.
DepEd stated that as of August 3, the variety of affected colleges reached 646 of which 427 have been broken colleges.
There have been 621 lecture rooms utterly broken whereas 1,271 have been partially broken.
Twenty one colleges are additionally getting used as evacuation facilities.
In the meantime, DepEd spokesperson Atty. Michael Poa stated that apart from making short-term studying areas, made of sunshine supplies, they’re additionally contacting barangay officers if they’ll use the basketball courts as short-term lecture rooms within the areas hit by the earthquake.
Different broken infrastructure included latrines (491) and hand washing amenities (198).
The variety of affected colleges in every area is as follows:
Cordillera Administrative Area (CAR)- 382
Nationwide Capital Area (NCR) – 4
Area I – 150
Area II – 73
Area III – 35
Area IV-A – 2
Variety of colleges with harm:
CAR – 288
NCR – 1
Area I – 67
Area II – 49
Area III – 21
Area IV-A – 1
Variety of utterly broken lecture rooms:
CAR – 456
NCR – 1
Area I – 113
Area II – 27
Area III – 18
Area IV-A – 6