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Yogesh Maharjan, OSM Kirtipur | Nepal Session | SotM Asia 2017

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State of the Map Asia (SotM-Asia) is the annual regional conference of OpenStreetMap (OSM) organized by OSM communities in Asia. First SotM-Asia was organized in Jakarta, Indonesia in 2015, and the second was organized in Manila, Philippines in 2016. This year’s conference, third in the series, was organized in Kathmandu, Nepal on September 23 – 24, 2017 at Park Village Resort, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal.

We brought nearly 200 Open Mapping enthusiasts from Asia and beyond to this year’s SotM-Asia. The event provided an opportunity to share knowledge and experience among mappers; expand their network; and generate ideas to expand map coverage and effective use of OSM data in Asian continent. We chose ‘from creation to use of OSM data’ as the theme of this year’s conference, emphasizing on the effective use of OSM data. We also brought together a government panel from four different countries in this year’s SotM-Asia. We believe this event will deepen the bond and enhance collaboration among OSM communities across Asia.

More information about the conference can be found on: http://stateofthemap.asia.

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Yogesh Maharjan, OSM Kirtipur | Nepal Session | SotM Asia 2017

  1. 1. COMMUNITY PARTICIPATE TO BUILD DISASTER RESILIENCE SOTM Asia 23 Sept. 2017 Yogesh Maharjan/yogimapper #OSMKirtipur CDMC-9
  2. 2. Build back community from major disaster by the knowledge, management and open resources like OSM, social medias, trainings with voluntary heart and mind 2COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
  3. 3. CONTENT • Information • Grievance Handling • Redesign 3COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
  4. 4. INFORMATION Hustle Bustle 4COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR Chaotic moment at the time of quake
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  7. 7. INFORMATION Gathering 7COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR collapsed houses mapping
  8. 8. 8COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR Temporary shelter mapping
  9. 9. 9COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR Temporary shelter mapping with number of people
  10. 10. 10COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR Physical conditions of damaged houses mapping
  11. 11. Chikhu Cluster 17 % Pacha Keba 8% Nagaoun Cluster 3% Salik/Samocha Cluster 9% Yakachhe Cluster 5% Dhokasi Cluster 4% Sundar Bazar Cluster 2% Dhusi Cluster 11% Janasewa Cluster 23% Talapukhu Cluster 5% Yancho Cluster 1% Others 10% 11COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR Displaced families mapping away from their home
  12. 12. • Search & Rescue • Rescued: 86 • Death: 14 within panga: 9 Out of valley: 5 • First Aid • Patients : 76 • Hospital : 10 12COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
  13. 13. Ward Number Damaged Household Total Household in ward(*) Percent (%) 9 142 425 33.4 10 141 270 51 11 196 510 38 12 99 129 77 Total 578 1334 43 DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD AND COMPLETE DAMAGED BY WARD * Source: the total number of household in ward received from ward office. 13COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
  14. 14. Ward Number Kachhi Kachhi-Pakki Cement and brick (load bearing) Pakki Total 9 116 24 2 3 141 10 117 25 0 1 139 11 164 23 11 1 193 12 79 12 0 0 87 Total 476 (82%) 84 (15%) 13 (2%) 5 (1%) 578 TYPES OF DAMAGED HOUSE 14COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
  15. 15. Ward No. Stayed at own house (N %) Total 9 46 (32) 142 10 47 (34) 141 11 87(44) 196 12 33 (34) 99 Total 213 (37) 578 5% STAYED AT DAMAGED HOUSE 63 % WERE DISPLACED FROM THEIR OWN HOUSE Ward No. Room rent Temporary shelter/ Tahara Relatives home Community Building Total N % N % N % N % 9 6 6% 82 85% 8 8% 0 0% 96 10 2 2% 90 96% 2 2% 0 0% 94 11 12 11% 70 64% 25 23% 2 2% 109 12 1 2% 63 95% 2 3% 0 0% 66 Total 21 6% 305 84% 37 10% 2 1% 365 15COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
  16. 16. GRIEVANCE HANDLING Relief Item- Tent 16COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
  17. 17. RELIEF ITEM- FOOD ITEMS 17COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
  18. 18. RELIEF ITEMS_ MEDICINES 18COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR
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  23. 23. REDESIGN Build back Re-thinking Re-planning 23COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR Lachhi, Panga
  24. 24. 24COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR Proposed design for reconstruction
  25. 25. 25COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR Proposed choices of façades of joint houses
  26. 26. CHALLENGES / ISSUES • Due to lack of state government, proposed works hadn’t completed. ( Validation of work ) •Limitation of voluntarily work without fund, difficult to put time and energy for long period of time. •Complete affected houses yet to be demolished in the core settlement area in various wards. •Highly affected major income source of the people working in daily basis payment. It will take longer duration to recover from the loss and sustain their life. Till date lots of families are living in temporary shelter. COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR 26
  27. 27. RECOMMENDATION • Community task group need to be established to monitor and facilitate the rebuilding activities in coordination with municipalities. •Activities on promotion of knowledge of use of open resources like mapping and knowledge management tools to quick respond for Grievance Handling and build back own town. COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR 27
  28. 28. THANK YOU COMMUNITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT, WARD-9 (CDMC-9), PANGA, KIRTIPUR 28 Yogesh Maharjan Lecturer Department of Physics Amrit Campus, Lainchaur Co-ordinator CDMC-9, During disaster yogeshmaharjan@gmail.com

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