Kajla Janakalyan Samity, West Bengal                                                   IntroductionBackground:Severe inces...
Kajla Janakalyan Samity, West Bengal                                              Development of IEC   The organization ha...
Kajla Janakalyan Samity, West Bengal                                    Purusottampur           2          364          21...
Kajla Janakalyan Samity, West Bengal                                          Local News Paper Coverage:      thOn 27 July...
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Report On CDRN Distribution Of Water Purification Tablet To Flood Affected West & East Midnapore ( West Bengal )

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Kajla Janakalyan Samity has been submitted the flood assessment report and requirement for the flood affected people. The CDRN has sent 1,10,000 water purified tables for distributing to the flood affected families of East and West Medinipur districts of West Bengal

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Report On CDRN Distribution Of Water Purification Tablet To Flood Affected West & East Midnapore ( West Bengal )

  1. 1. Kajla Janakalyan Samity, West Bengal IntroductionBackground:Severe incessant rain led to a flood situation in several parts of West Bengal affecting 6,71,952 people across 9districts. This resulted in 2,00,000 homeless in East & West Medinipur districts of West Bengal. In addition, thecause of flooding in low lying areas in West and East Medinipur was the release of water from reservoirs(Damodar valley corporation barrage).Rains have ceased in many parts of the state and there are reports of waters receding in some of the worst hitareas of the state. The situation is slowly returning to normalcy.Affected areas – 200,000 people in five blocks of Moyna, Tamluk, Nandakumar and Panskura I and II in EastMedinipur are displaced due to the floods. In West Medinipur, Sabong and Daspur are affected.Kajla Janakalyan Samity as an district level NGDO has been advocated with local self government and differentresource organizations and also alliances to support the people of flood affected areas in two districts of East &West Medinipur.The people of the above two district has got some support like food, tarpaulin, health check –up facilities, watersupply and animal feed distribution, animal health camp etc from the government, local organization, KajlaJanakalyan Samity and World Society for protection of Animals and others but this was insufficient as per thedamage. CDRN supportKajla Janakalyan Samity has been submitted the flood assessment report and requirement for the flood affectedpeople. The CDRN has sent 1,10,000 water purified tables for distributing to the flood affected families of Eastand West Medinipur districts of West Bengal. Strategy for distributionThe following action has been taken to distribution of the water purified tablets….  Informed to the local volunteer team and build understand among the volunteers regarding use of the tablets.  Meeting with Pradhan of Radhaballavpur Gram Panchayat, Purusottampur Gram Panchayat, Khakurdaha Gram Panchayat, Goura Gram Panchayat and few head teachers of the secondary and higher secondary schools regarding distribution of tablets and fix date of distribution.  Distribute the water purified tablets in household by the volunteers.  Distribute water purified tablets through secondary and higher secondary schools of the flood affected locality.  Distribute water purified tablets through volunteers of Gram Panchayat to the household.  Distribute water purified tablets through local CBOs to the household.  It has been decided in the meeting of Gram Panchayat that the water purified tablet will di8stribute entire families of flood affected villages and also decided that the water purified tablets will provide 30 pieces to each household of the flood affected villages.Report of Water purified tablet distribution in flood affected areas in West Bengal_2011
  2. 2. Kajla Janakalyan Samity, West Bengal Development of IEC The organization has been prepared 7000 handout in Bengali version on how to use the water purified tablets and distributed it during water purified tablet distribution. Details of beneficiaries th th On 24 to 26 of this month, the two team of volunteers of the organization and others people were engaged for distribution of water purified tablets. Each area the volunteers have demonstrated on how to use the tablet. Total 3667 households of 17 villages have received the water purified tablets. Details of the areas for distribution are given bellow…District Block Gram Panchayat No. of No. of Total No. of tablet No. of household population tablet villages distributed cover provide for each familiesEast Medinipur Panskura Radhaballavpur 6 1233 8200 36990 30 for 30 days Report of Water purified tablet distribution in flood affected areas in West Bengal_2011
  3. 3. Kajla Janakalyan Samity, West Bengal Purusottampur 2 364 2150 10920 30 for 30 daysWest Medinipur Dsapur Khakurdaha 5 1138 6600 34140 30 for 30 days Goura 4 932 5550 27950 30 for 30 days2 district 2 blocks 4 Gram Panchayat 17 3667 22500 110000 villages household population Photographs Report of Water purified tablet distribution in flood affected areas in West Bengal_2011
  4. 4. Kajla Janakalyan Samity, West Bengal Local News Paper Coverage: thOn 27 July, 2011 the flood response programme has covered by local News Papers namely Tirbhumi &Dainik Chetana which are circulated in Purba & Pashchim Medinipur.News paper cutting given bellow--- ResultThe following status has been found……….. The people have been sensitized to know about the water purified tablet and also they have aware aboutuse of water purified tablet. This type of initiative will be help to the flood affected people to reduce the water born diseases,Report of Water purified tablet distribution in flood affected areas in West Bengal_2011

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