Joint Rapid Assessment Report on typhoon no.9 in Quang Nam Province

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Joint Rapid Assessment Report on typhoon no.9 in Quang Nam Province at the meeting on October 06, 2009

Joint Rapid Assessment Report on typhoon no.9 in Quang Nam Province at the meeting on October 06, 2009

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  • 1. Joint Rapid Assessment Report in Quang Nam Province (2-4 October 2009) REPORTED BY QUANG NAM ASSESSMENT TEAM (Date of report Oct.4.2009)
  • 2. Assessment Team Member Disaster Mitigation and Response Program Manager Habitat F Nguyen Thi Yen 5 Member Disaster Mitigation and Response Program Manager CARE M Tran Thanh Thuy 4 Member Director of Advocacy and Foreign Dept Save the Children F Hoang Thi Huyen 3 Member National DME Coordinator World Vision M Dang Phi Lan 2 Team Leader Relief and Disaster Mitigation Officer World Vision M Nguyen Van Phuoc 1 Designation Title Organization Sex Name No
  • 3. THE FLOOD DISASTER IN QUANG NAM PROVINCE
    • Human loss
      • 30 people killed
      • 220 people wounded
    • Houses:
      • Collapsed houses : 15,450
      • Unroofed houses : 155,000
      • Submerged house : (> 5m) 76,377
    • For agriculture and food production
      • 12,760 tons of rice were uncoverable
      • 1700 ha of rice were destroyed
      • 1000 ha of vegetable were damaged and unable to recover.
      • 3,800 fruit trees destroyed
  • 4. THE FLOOD DISASTER IN QUANG NAM PROVINCE
    • Forestry : 24,000 forestry trees were destroyed( rubber tree, cinnamon,,,)
    • Fishery
      • 400 ha of fishery pond were destroyed
      • 269 boats were sank
    • Public construction work
      • Many parts of road were damaged
      • Most of electric system in villages were damaged
      • Family means of transport (motorbikes, family water pumps) were damaged
      • A number of water wells were broken/damaged
  • 5. Summary of sufferings and Needs
    • For the short term
    • Food aid :Immediate support needed of noodle, rice and bottle water to the people in remote and recently isolated communities
    • Shelter : provide roofing materials for unroofed house households.
    • Education:Roofs for damaged schools
    • Books , student kits for chidren
  • 6. Summary of sufferings and Needs
    • For the medium term
    • Reconstruction collapsed household : support 500 USD per house
    • Rice seed for next crop
    • For the long term
    • Provide cash or seeds to recover industrial forest
    • Rebuild damaged road in communes
    • Rebuild irrigation system
    • Organize community based disaster programs including education of disaster preparedness for communes in high risk areas
  • 7. Conclusion
    • The disaster is very serious
    • International organizations, donors should give strong support and help the victims
    • NGOs need commitment for support and give resource and expertise for implementation of the emergency assistance
  • 8.
    • CONTACTS :
    • 1.Quang Nam Committee for Flood & Storm Control (CCFSC)
    • 117 Hung Vuong District – Tam Ky city -Quang Nam Province
    • Contact person : Mr Nguyen Minh Tuan . Phone number : 0913-497-096
    • Email : [email_address]
    • 2.Quang Nam Department of Foreign Affairs .
    • 56 Hung Vuong District – Tam Ky city -Quang Nam Province
    • Telephone : 0510 3 810699 Fax : 0510 -3 819729
    • Contac person : Mr Tuan – Phone Number : 0913-407-046
    • 3.WV Vietnam
    • HEAC Building, 4th Floor
    • 14-16 Ham Long Street,
    • Hoan Kiem District
    • Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Contact person : Mr Le Van Duong.
    • Phonenumber :0904-162 -634
    • Email :le_van_duong@ wvi.org