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  1. 1. Title: Findings Sharing on Social Study Project: Cyclone Resistant and Flood Adapted Affordable Building Design Tahmina Rahman, Disaster Management Specialist
  2. 2. <ul><li>73 random samples of </li></ul><ul><li>SIDR and AILA affected area </li></ul><ul><li>Respondents were mainly poor and ultra poor </li></ul><ul><li>03 villages of 03 unions of Morelgonj upazilla under Bagerhat Dist. </li></ul><ul><li>And </li></ul><ul><li>07 villages of 04 unions of Shyamnagar upazilla under sathkhira </li></ul><ul><li>dist. </li></ul><ul><li>Study was conducted through 09 Focus group discussion and 73 </li></ul><ul><li>individual interview by using a structured questionnaire </li></ul>Study Introduction
  3. 3. Summary views of the study <ul><li>T he people still faces safe drinking water crisis </li></ul><ul><li>Inadequate cyclone and flood resistant housing and </li></ul><ul><li>shelter </li></ul><ul><li>Lack of awareness about the building materials. </li></ul><ul><li>Loss of soil fertility due to excessive saline intrusion into </li></ul><ul><li>the soil. </li></ul><ul><li>In some villages, permanent migration of people due to job crisis after Sidr and Aila. </li></ul><ul><li>Community think that rainy season is suitable for </li></ul><ul><li>construction </li></ul>
  4. 4. Study Findings : Community Profile
  5. 6. Education
  6. 8. Material of the house before cyclone Aila/Sidr_(Roof/Wall/Floor ) Roof Wall Floor Materials Materials Materials Percentage Materials Percentage Golpata 41.1 CI Sheet 1.4 earthen 100 CI Sheet 27.4 Bamboo made 6.8 Asbestas 16.4 Brick 4.1 Talli 1.4 Wood 19.2 Others 13.7 Earthen 61.6 Others 6.8 Total = N 73
  7. 9. Material of the house after cyclone Aila/Sidr_(Roof/Wall/Floor) Roof Wall Floor Materials Percentage Materials Percentage Materials Percentage Same 61.6 Same 52.1 Same 87.7 CI sheet roof, RCC pillar, size small and not so good 24.7 Earthen 4.1 Earthen 12.3 CI sheet roof, bamboo mat fencing and door, small 1.4 Wood 13.7 Damaged 1.4 Bamboo made 9.6 Small, golpata roof and earthen wall 1.4 Others 1.4 CI sheet roof, fencing and double slopping roof 4.1 CI Sheet 19.2 Semi-pucca, no verandah and sun shed 1.4 Golpata roof and wooden fencing 2.8 Asbastas 1.4 Total = N 73
  8. 10. Source of drinking water Sources Percent Deep TW 37.0 Pond water using local filter and alum coagulation 43.8 Rain water 2.7 River water using local filter 16.4 Total 100.0
  9. 11. Distance of drinking water source Distance Percent 0-0.5km 53.4 0.6-1km 16.4 2-3km 20.5 4-5km 2.7 6-7km 5.5 Crosing a big river 1.4 Total = N 73
  10. 12. Sanitation Status
  11. 13. House cyclone resistant ? Suggestion from the respondent for the betterment of house Cyclone resistant Percent Yes 20.5 No 79.5 Total = N 73 Materials Percent Strong pillar, wall and plinth 54.7 Heap roof, verandah, strong pillar, pucca base wall 6.8 Verandah, pucca floor and base wall 38.4 Total = N 73
  12. 14. Inundated water height during Aila/Sidr Water Height Percent 0-1ft 6.8 2-3ft 16.4 4-5ft 46.6 6-7ft 26.0 >7ft 4.1
  13. 15. Taken shelter during cyclone Distance Did you take shelter over there during Aila /Sidr Yes No very close 12 11 1-2km 0 1 3-4km 0 16 5-6km 0 4 No shelter 0 35 Total 12 61
  14. 16. THANKS

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