Exploration of Pipeline Water System in Doldoli Tea Garden and Its Feasibility from Planning Perspective

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Exploration of Pipeline Water System in Doldoli Tea Garden and Its Feasibility from Planning Perspective

  1. 1. Exploration of Pipeline Water System in Doldoli Tea Garden and its Feasibility from a Planning Perspective Presented by Shahadat Hossain Shakil Level-4/Term-2 DURP, BUET Supervised by Shamim Ahmed Assistant Program Coordinator - Equity and Inclusion WaterAid in Bangladesh 1 Internship Presentation
  2. 2. Objectives 2 Main Objective To assess the proposed pipeline water system in Doldoli tea garden. Specific Objectives To assess the existing pipeline water system in Doldoli tea garden and proposed renovations. To assess the water facilities in Doldoli tea garden from a planner’s perspective and make recommendations for program incorporation.
  3. 3. Study Area Profile 3 Doldoli tea garden  North-West side of Sylhet Sadar Upazilla  Pashchim Line, Chanmari Line, Mandob Line and Muslim Line  Household – 198 and Population – 1012 (Male – 514, Female – 498)  Educational, Health and Recreational facility absent  Brac and UCEP – Primary Education  IDEA supported by WaterAid – WaSH Program Figure: Map of Sylhet Sadar Upazilla (Banglapedia)Figure: Selected Study Area (Google Earth Image)Data Source: WaterAid & IDEA , 2010
  4. 4. Justification of the Study 4  Access to safe water - Bangladesh - 85.5% (UNICEF & GOB, 2009) - Doldoli - 74.8 % (WaterAid & IDEA, 2010)  Pipeline Water System – key option  Vulnerable due to maintenance  Comprehensive study was needed
  5. 5. Exploration of Pipeline Water System 5 Present Physical Condition Para Name No. of HH Total Popn No. of Supply Point (34) No. of Shallow Tube Well (8) No. of Ring Well (1) With Tap Without Tap Functioning Non Functioning Pashchim Line 77 353 7 5 2 1 1 Chanmari Line 29 214 2 2 0 1 0 Mandob Line 92 445 10 8 0 4 0 Total 198 (Excluding Pashchim Line) 1012 19 15 2 6 1 Table : At a Glance Water Supply Facility1 in Doldoli Tea Garden (Field Survey, August 2011) 1 List and Location Map is Attached in the Appendix of Report  Approximately One supply point for Six families  Workers can’t use stuffs supply point  10-12 legal supply point at the beginning Data Source: Field Survey, August 2011
  6. 6. Exploration of Pipeline Water System 6 Problems Identified  Fixed time frame and insufficient supply  Absence of water tap and pucca platform  Non-functioning shallow tube well  Leakage in the pipeline water system  Absence of natural source  Inefficient distribution of the water supply points Source : Field Survey, August 2011
  7. 7. Exploration of Pipeline Water System 7 Effects of the Problem  Insufficient supply – day long demand  Prolonged serial – few supply point  Water collection – challenging for women and children  Wastage of water – absence of water tap  Water quality deterioration – leakage in pipeline and absence of pucca platform Source : Field Survey, August 2011
  8. 8. Findings and Recommendations 8 Overall Findings  Pipeline water system – obliged dependency – needed extensive renovation  Single alternative – shallow tube well – non functioning  New supply point and pipeline repair – instant necessity Source : Field Survey, August 2011
  9. 9. Findings and Recommendations 9 Evaluation of the Renovation Strategy Supply Point Bathing Facility ProposedImplemented Source : Field Survey, August 2011
  10. 10. Findings and Recommendations 10 Short-Term Recommendations1 1. Water tap with pucca platform – needed supply points2 (15) 2. Repairing leakage – selected points3 (8) 3. Bathing facility – pucca platform and shading 1 Arranged According to Priority Basis 2,3 List and Location Map is Attached in the Appendix of Report
  11. 11. Findings and Recommendations 11 Long-Term Recommendations1 1. Six water supply points2 – fresh installation 2. Three deep tube well3 – prime location (alternative source) 3. Large scale renovation – pipeline water system network 4. Implemented renovation strategy – in every water supply point 1 Arranged According to Priority Basis 2,3 List and Location Map is Attached in the Appendix of Report
  12. 12. Findings and Recommendations 12 Long-Term Recommendations1 5. Replacing shallow tube well by the deeper ones gradually 6. Deep tube well in every supply point – long term sustainable solution 7. An additional water pump (motor) – to ensure day long supply 8. Awareness – concerning hygiene and maintenance of the provided facilities 1 Arranged According to Priority Basis
  13. 13. Limitations of the Study 13  Limited time frame  Absence of GIS base map
  14. 14. References 14 Banglapedia. (2006). Tea Industry. Retrieved September 3, 2011, from Banglapedia(National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh): http://www.banglapedia.org/httpdocs/HT/T_0100.HTM GOB & UNICEF. (2009). Bangladesh Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey . Switzerland: WHO Press WaterAid & IDEA. (2010). Project Proposal for WaSH Project
  15. 15. Q/A 15 Thanks for your patience….

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