Baliapal flood assessment report september 2011

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Data of flood affected people in Baliapal Block,Balasore,Odisha,INDIA

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Baliapal flood assessment report september 2011

  1. 1. FLOOD SITUATIONAL ASSESSMENT BY ARM,BALIAPAL Flood affected villages in Baliapal Block,Balasore,Odisha (Flood dates:22nd September 2011 to 25th September 2011 ) Date of report:25th September 2011 Present situation: All the villages are in maroonedNature of Disaster: Severe Flood Climatic conditions: WorstDamage Assessment-demographySl Village GP No of total No. of No of No. of houses No ofNo. families families / households Houses fully partially families /households affected damaged damaged displaced1 Badkhanpur Asti 8 8 - 1 12 Chada Badhapal -do- 44 44 2 6 43 Sardarsahi -do- 280 280 8 32 404 Kantabani -do- 78 78 2 22 215 Suryapur -do- 104 104 3 26 256 Palchampei -do- 35 35 4 18 227 Baliapal Baliapal 240 65 2 13 158 Gunapur -do- 102 96 3 22 209 Athbatia -do- 87 87 1 12 1010 Kudmansingh -do- 290 290 2 28 3011 Sungamuhan -do- 84 84 2 24 2512 Tala Baliapal -do- 75 75 1 22 2013 Bishnupur Bishnupur 734 734 4 17 2114 Nayabali -do- 303 303 8 26 3415 Rasalpur -do- 146 146 26 42 65 washed-out in river16 Ikadpal -do- 207 207 - 2 217 Routrapur -do- 45 45 12 23 36 washed-out in river18 Manonagar -do- 246 246 - 28 2819 Jamkunda Jamkunda 212 212 2 11 620 Kuhlachada -do- 305 305 6 13 1921 Talapada -do- 254 254 8 27 3522 Paljamkunda -do- 482 482 - 4 423 Kalruhi -do- 196 196 - 2 224 Chaudhurikuda Madhupura 108 108 3 7 1025 Chadabasta -do- 65 65 2 4 626 Pancharukhi -do- 289 289 1 5 6 Total 5019 4838 102 437 507
  2. 2. Human ResourceSl. Village GP Women Men Infants Children Children Handic Elder Total (0-1yrs) (2-5yrs) (6-14yrs) ap- personN pped so.1 Badkhanpur Asti 19 23 3 5 17 1 3 672 Chada Badhapal -do- 108 113 5 9 14 2 13 2493 Sardarsahi -do- 449 486 60 90 321 10 29 14064 Kantabani -do- 143 155 19 28 103 3 10 4485 Suryapur -do- 191 207 25 38 136 2 13 5976 Palchampei -do- 72 76 9 14 50 1 4 2217 Baliapal Baliapal 434 470 58 87 311 5 29 13608 Gunapur -do- 187 203 25 37 134 4 12 5869 Athbatia -do- 157 170 21 31 112 2 10 49110 Kudmansingh -do- 498 539 66 100 357 4 34 156011 Sungamuhan -do- 146 159 19 29 104 1 08 45712 Tala Baliapal -do- 129 139 17 25 92 2 09 40213 Bishnupur Bishnupur 1411 1529 189 284 1013 14 79 442614 Nayabali -do- 548 594 73 110 392 8 36 171715 Rasalpur -do- 435 513 63 95 339 7 26 144516 Ikadpal -do- 406 423 50 75 268 6 25 122217 Routrapur -do- 290 314 38 58 207 3 19 90718 Manonagar -do- 445 482 59 89 319 5 30 139419 Jamkunda Jamkunda 868 941 116 175 623 11 59 272320 Kuhlachada -do- 552 598 74 111 396 6 37 173121 Talapada -do- 460 498 61 92 329 7 31 144022 Paljamkunda -do- 872 945 117 176 625 5 48 273523 Kalruhi -do- 355 384 47 71 254 6 19 111124 Chaudhurikuda Madhupura 195 212 26 39 140 5 10 61225 Chadabasta -do- 118 128 15 23 83 3 07 36726 Pancharukhi -do- 523 566 70 105 375 2 35 1639 Total 10011 10867 1325 1996 7114 125 635 31313
  3. 3. Infrastructure damage assessmentSl. Village GP Roads (KM) Embankment Bridge Tube wellNo. (KM) (No.) ( No.)1 Badkhanpur Asti 12 Chada Badhapal -do- 13 Sardarsahi -do- 2 2 24 Kantabani -do- 1 15 Suryapur -do- 2 1 16 Palchampei -do- 1 1 17 Baliapal Baliapal 2 18 Gunapur -do- 1 19 Athbatia -do- 1 110 Kudmansingh -do- 1 211 Sungamuhan -do- 1 212 Tala Baliapal -do- 2 113 Bishnupur Bishnupur 3 2 114 Nayabali -do- 2 1 115 Rasalpur -do- 1 2 216 Ikadpal -do- 1 217 Routrapur -do- 2 - 118 Manonagar -do- 1 119 Jamkunda Jamkunda 1 120 Kuhlachada -do- 3 1 121 Talapada -do- 2 2 222 Paljamkunda -do- 1 223 Kalruhi -do- 1 124 Chaudhurikuda Madhupura 2 125 Chadabasta -do- 1 2 Pancharukhi -do- - 1 TOTAL 37 17 1 26 4. HEALTH Medical Service/camp: Entire area is under severe flood and no health camp and medical service is available to the flood victims. Type of Diseases (symptoms) existing in the area: Diarrhoea, Cholera, Malaria, Cough, Cold, Skin diseases etc. Availability of first aid/Medicine/Services: Not available,
  4. 4. 5. EDUCATION Extent of loss of Education materials (books, uniforms etc.): No. of School affected :36 No. of children deprived from schooling :3688 7. WATER & SANITATION Source of water (current condition): Entire area is covered with flood water and now source of good quality water is not available. Access to water: Nil Quality of water: Bad(Not available),silty flood water Availability of toilets (status): Not functioning and available 7. FOOD & CLOTHING Availability of dry ration (7-10 days) : Essentially required for 2000 person for coming 2 weeks Availability of fuel (firewood/kerosene/ etc.): People are deprived of kitchen facilities and food ,no source of fuel and no scope to lid to kitchen. Need for community kitchen: No Availability of clothing: 2000 flood affected people required at least a pair of cloth each. 6. SOCIAL INSECURITY Access to relief material: Nil Religion/Caste/class based biases: Nil Initiatives from community leaders to address conflict: Local leaders and our volunteers are very cooperative and ready to join relief operation instantly. 8. RESPONSE From local govt. departments/Panchayat: Giving dry food From local CBOs-SHGs/Youth groups etc: Ready to extend physical help From NGOs working in the affected area: Interested to work in collaboration.RAJENDRA KUMAR RANA Coordinating Member

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