Mayon Volcano Bulletin

This is a notice for the lowering of the alert status of Mayon from Alert Level 3 to Alert Level 2. Since the last recorded seismic swarm on 29 November 2014, a general decline in the overall activity of Mayon Volcano has been observed, as indicated by the following monitored parameters: Volcanic Earthquake Activity: For continue reading : Mayon Volcano Bulletin

MAYON EVACUEES MAY BE SENT HOME THIS WEEK BUT MAYON REMAINS AT ALERT LEVEL 3

Evacuees affected by the recent unrest of Mayon Volcano may be sent home anytime this week following lull in the volcano’s activities in the past days but the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) has advised those living within the 6-kilometer danger zone (PDZ) will stay. Phivolcs resident volcanologist Eduardo Laguerta said although there continue reading : MAYON EVACUEES MAY BE SENT HOME THIS WEEK BUT MAYON REMAINS AT ALERT LEVEL 3

Birthday bash: Salceda steers Team Albay Countryside Development Caravan in full throttle

“Albay must not only be safe for tourists, for traders, Albay must be safe for its own people.” “Development should proceed in the middle of all the risks.” “Your highest rights, my highest duties.” These are the most telling statements of Gov. Joey Sarte Salceda as he steered Team Albay Countryside Development Caravan in full continue reading : Birthday bash: Salceda steers Team Albay Countryside Development Caravan in full throttle

GAD Team sees proper observance of gender-related matters in Albay evacuation centers

Evacuees displaced by the impending eruption of Mayon Volcano are properly handled by authorities managing them in the evacuation centers, particularly in addressing gender-related concerns and especially those that concern handling women and children. This was observed by members of Gender and Development (GAD) Focal Point System-Technical Working Group led by its chairperson Cynthia Samalea continue reading : GAD Team sees proper observance of gender-related matters in Albay evacuation centers

Mayon Tourism Advisory 2 | ALBAY ASSURES SAFE TOURISM AND CONVENTION ACTIVITIES DESPITE MAYON ERUPTION

Consequent to Philippine Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) hoisting of Alert Level 3 over Mayon Volcano restiveness, local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) authorities assured that Albay’s capital Legazpi City remains perfectly safe for holding of conventions, gatherings and similar activities. Legazpi City is located outside the designated 6-kilometer permanent and even 8-kilometer extended danger continue reading : Mayon Tourism Advisory 2 | ALBAY ASSURES SAFE TOURISM AND CONVENTION ACTIVITIES DESPITE MAYON ERUPTION