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Assessment report of typhoon no.9 in Thua Thien - Hue province

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Assessment report of typhoon no.9 in Thua Thien - Hue province at the meeting on October 06, 2009

Assessment report of typhoon no.9 in Thua Thien - Hue province at the meeting on October 06, 2009

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  • 1. ASSESSMENT REPORT THUA THIEN – HUE PROV (2-5 Oct 2009)
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  • 5. METHODOLOGY
    • 1. Review Provincial, district and commune reports on Damages and needs after the Ketsana Typhoon
    • 2. Analyze secondary data
    • 3. Select areas to assess in coordination with local authorities
    • 4. Arrange logistics with Local Authorities’s support+guidance
  • 6. KEY FINDINGS
    • Environmental Sanitation after the Typhoon
    • Lost of facilities for Income Generation
    • Lost of School Materials
    • Collapse shelters and classrooms
    • Beach erosion
    • Damage of Coastal Dyke
    • Lack of media tools due to damage of Ketsana
  • 7. CONSEQUENCES
    • 1.Infectious diseases: Diarrhoea, Dengue fever, Eyes and Skin disease
    • 2. Food Insecurity in 2-3 months
    • Farmers: big lost of paddy, potatoes, seeds for next season, salt water, sands, broken irrigation system
    • Fishermen: swept away of fishing gears
  • 8. CONSEQUENCES (cont)
    • 3. Schools open on 5 Oct, pupils cannot go due to lost/wet schoolbooks and notebooks
    • 4. Fishermen live on boats, families with collapsed houses live on temporary shelters, re-roof shelters
    • 5. Comm. could not reach People re: cleaning environment, preparedness for next typhoons
  • 9. PROPOSAL / RECOMMEND
    • 1. Provision of Medical stocks + 10 spray machines
    • Chloramin B: 2 tons
    • PUR sachets/Aquatab for water treatment: 28,000 wells – 1000 HH + labour to support to clean environment, small repair of Com Health C.
    • 2. Provision of rice for 3 months usage, rice and vegetable seeds, Recover land of rice fields, Provision of fish gears, Operation of micro-credit proj
    • 3. Provision of schoolbooks, notebooks, uniforms
  • 10. RECOMMENDATIONS
    • 4. Repair classrooms, provision of iron sheets for re-roof. Repair/reinforce windows, walls, bars
    • 5. Financial support for temporary houses. Road signs for safety reason
    • 6. Build more Comm.houses for multi purposes when needed
    • 7. Provision of louder speakers, mobile louderspeakers, various access to info.
  • 11. ESTIMATED NEEDS FOR SUPPORT- TT-HUE
    • 1. Cleaning environment:
    • 2. Supply foods for pop group 3,7000 HHs benefited (18 thousands people)
    • 3. Support the temporary houses for collapsed/un-roof houses
    • 4. Provision of Seeds, vegi seeds, fishing gears
    • 5. Provision of school materials
    • 6. Support reconstruct schools
    • TOTAL: $412,000 for 2 districts (5 communes) assessed
  • 12. CONTACTS
    • 1. Province: Mr. Hung – CCFSC TT – Hue
    • 2. Phong Dien district: Mr. Nguyen Viet Hoach –
    • 054-551274
    • 3. Phu Loc district: Mr. Cai Vinh Tuan – Chairman – DPC
    • 4. Dien Loc commune: Mr. Hoang Van Lap – Vice Chairman – CPC
    • 5. Phong Binh commune: Mr. Le Phuoc Phu – Chairman – CPC
    • 6. Loc Tri commune – Mr. Nguyen Xuan Dieu – Chairman CPC –
    • 7. Assessment Team: Ms. Ngoc – PCG 10 (UN) email: nbngoc@unicef.org, tel. 84-4-39125706 (Ext.217)

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