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North East Monsoon Flood Impacts
& IRCS Response
-2
Supply of Food to the Flood Affected
Victims
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu branch
Milk supplied to the Flood Affected Areas
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch
Preparation of Food Items in IRCS – TNB Canteen for
the Flood Affected Victims
Due to heavy floods in Chennai city, people are not able to cook and to
have food.
IRCS-TNB providing food to the people i...
15.Ramavaram -500 Persons
16. Velacherry -500 Persons
17.R.K. Nagar -200 Persons
18.Mudichur -1000 Persons
19.Tambaram -50...
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch
Supply of Food
Medical Camps Conducted in Flood affected areas
with the support of Indian Oil Corporation.
IRCS-TNB conducted for Medical...
Promotion of Health & Hygiene
Awareness Creation on Dengue Malaria
and Water borne diseases
IRCS-TNB prepared and printed pamphlets on awareness
creatio...
Distribution of Relief Materials to the Flood Affected People
IRCS TNB distributed Relief Materials to the flood affected ...
Relief Management, Registration
and
Distribution
RELIEF DISTRIBUTION
Relief Distribution with Indian Oil Corporation
Packing Relief Materials
NRI in Dubai Supported 5Metric Tonnes of
Relief aid to IRCS-TNB.
• Dubai based Indian Community Welfare Committee donated ...
• Thiru K. Kumar, President of ICWC, Dubai(UAE) and Dr. Dr. Jayanthimala
Suresh, President of Tamil Sangam, Kalaipuli S. T...
Relief Distribution Video Clip
SUN TV News
Over view
• Over 400 fear to lost lives due to Rain related incidents
• Over 10 Lakh people evacuated & accommodâted in
Te...
• With a letup in rainfall, floodwaters gradually began to
recede in Chennai on 4 December, though 40 percent of
the city'...
CONSEQUENCES OF FLOOD
• Supplies of basic necessities like milk, water and vegetables were
affected
• Milk packets sold fo...
Snapshot
Effects of Flood in Tamil Nadu
57%
8%
16%
+
Most Affected Districts
• Cuddalore
• Kancheepuram
• Chennai
• Tiruvallur
• Tuticorin
• Tiruvannamalai
• Tirunelveli
• Tha...
Indian Red Cross Society
Tamil Nadu Branch
says
never return
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Flood Response Part II
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Flood Response Part II
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Flood Response Part II
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Flood Response Part II
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Flood Response Part II
Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Flood Response Part II
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Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Flood Response Part II

  1. 1. North East Monsoon Flood Impacts & IRCS Response -2
  2. 2. Supply of Food to the Flood Affected Victims Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu branch
  3. 3. Milk supplied to the Flood Affected Areas
  4. 4. Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch
  5. 5. Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Preparation of Food Items in IRCS – TNB Canteen for the Flood Affected Victims
  6. 6. Due to heavy floods in Chennai city, people are not able to cook and to have food. IRCS-TNB providing food to the people in the following flood affected areas. (From 30.11.2015 to 08.12.2015) 1. Rajarathinam Stadium – 250 Persons 2. Church Park School - 400 Persons 3. Govt. School ,Greams Road -150 Persons 4. Community Hall – Greams Road – 200 Persons 5. Govt. School – Pudupet - 150 Persons 6. Commissioner of Police Office, Egmore - 200 Persons 7. Burkit Road – T.Nagar - 500 Persons 8. Thanikasalam Street, T.Nagar – 300 Persons 9. C.I.T Colony , Nandanam – 1000 Persons 10. West Boag Road -500 Persons 11. West Mambalam – 500 Persons 12. Saidapet - 500 Persons 13. Nesapakkam - 1000 Persons 14. M.G.R. Nagar - 200 Persons
  7. 7. 15.Ramavaram -500 Persons 16. Velacherry -500 Persons 17.R.K. Nagar -200 Persons 18.Mudichur -1000 Persons 19.Tambaram -500 Persons 20.Villivakkam -500 Persons 21.Kelambakkam -300 Persons 22. Urappakkam -1000 Persons 23.Ayanavaram -500 Persons 24.Nungambakkam -600 Persons 25.Centrl Railway Station -1500 Persons 26. Egmore Railway Station -1000 Persons 27. G.H. Hospital out side -500 Persons 28. Mylapore - 400 Persons 29. Chindhataripet - 800 Persons 30. Madavakkam, Madipakkam - 750 Persons 31. K.K. Nagar, Jafferkhanpet -550 Persons 32.Ashok Nagar, Udayam Theatre - 850 Persons In all 20,100 Persons were supplied food from IRCS,TNB Canteen.
  8. 8. Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch Supply of Food
  9. 9. Medical Camps Conducted in Flood affected areas with the support of Indian Oil Corporation. IRCS-TNB conducted for Medical Camp in the places for the benefit of flood affected victims. Medicines were also given free of cost to the patients during the camp. Three Teams of Medical Professionals were rendered their services in the medical camps for the benefit of flood affected victims for five days from 07.12.2015 to 11.12.2015. Totally 5065 patients were benefited through above Mobile Medical Camps. 1. Ramavaram 7. C.I.T. Colony 2. Nesapakkam 8. Nungambakkam 3. Jafferkhan Pet 9. Mudichur 4. M.G.R.Nagar 10. Medavakkam 5. K.K.Nagar 11. Madipakkam 6. Ashok Nagar 12. Velachery 7. Tambaram 13. Villivakkam, 8. Kotturpuram 14. Royapuram
  10. 10. Promotion of Health & Hygiene
  11. 11. Awareness Creation on Dengue Malaria and Water borne diseases IRCS-TNB prepared and printed pamphlets on awareness creation about Prevention of Dengue, Malaria and Water borne Diseases. 32district Red Cross Branches were issued 3000 pamphlets to each District with a request & Distribute the Pamphlets to the public in their respective Districts.
  12. 12. Distribution of Relief Materials to the Flood Affected People IRCS TNB distributed Relief Materials to the flood affected victims since 07.12.2015 to 12.12.2015, 6,500 persons from various flood affected places in Chennai district were distributed Relief Materials at IRCS – TNB premises and also sent flood Relief Materials to the following Districts. • IRCS Cuddalore District Branch – 800 Sets • IRCS Virudhachalm Sub Branch – 100 Sets • IRCS Chidambaram Sub Branch – 100 Sets • Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board – 150 Sets • Tamil Nadu Social Welfare Board – 300 Sets • IRCS Sirkali Sub Branch – 75 Sets • IRCS Tiruvallur District Branch – 175 Sets • IRCS Thanjavur District Branch – 75 Sets • Kancheepiuram -100 sets
  13. 13. Relief Management, Registration and Distribution
  14. 14. RELIEF DISTRIBUTION
  15. 15. Relief Distribution with Indian Oil Corporation
  16. 16. Packing Relief Materials
  17. 17. NRI in Dubai Supported 5Metric Tonnes of Relief aid to IRCS-TNB. • Dubai based Indian Community Welfare Committee donated 5Metric Tonnes of Relief Aid to IRCS – TNB for the benefit of flood affected victims. • Thiru K. Kumar, President of ICWC, Dubai(UAE) & Dr. Jayanthimala Suresh, President at Dubai Tamil Sangam took efforts for mobilising the above aid, and handed over to Dr. Harish L Metha, Chairman IRCS TNB at Red Cross premises in a Press Conference. • Kalaipuli S. Thanu, President of the Tamil Film Producers Council, Padmashree “Chinna Kalaivanar” Thiru Vivek and Rev. Father Dr. J.Jaya Singh, UN Ambassador for World Peace participated in the Press Conference and kick started distribution of relief materials to the needy.
  18. 18. • Thiru K. Kumar, President of ICWC, Dubai(UAE) and Dr. Dr. Jayanthimala Suresh, President of Tamil Sangam, Kalaipuli S. Thanu & Padmashree “Chinna Kalaivanar” Thiru Vivek distributed relief materials to the flood affected victims in IRCS TNB Premises, in the presence of media.
  19. 19. Relief Distribution Video Clip
  20. 20. SUN TV News
  21. 21. Over view • Over 400 fear to lost lives due to Rain related incidents • Over 10 Lakh people evacuated & accommodâted in Temporary Relief Centre • Over 12 lakhs household affected • Estimated loss to property and dwell_ments and crops is Rs.8,481 crores now estimated as doubled • More than 30 days Educational Institutions were closed in Chennai, Kancheepuram, Cuddalore and Tiruvallur Districts • Chennai was officially declared a DISASTER AREA on the evening of 2 December. • Chennai Corporation officials reported at least 57,000 homes in the city had suffered structural damage
  22. 22. • With a letup in rainfall, floodwaters gradually began to recede in Chennai on 4 December, though 40 percent of the city's districts remained submerged • Safe food and drinking water remained in short supply. • Chennai Domestic & International Airport was closed till 6th December 2015 CONSEQUENCES OF FLOOD
  23. 23. CONSEQUENCES OF FLOOD • Supplies of basic necessities like milk, water and vegetables were affected • Milk packets sold for INR100 (US$1.50), five times more than their actual cost. • Water bottles and cans were sold at prices between INR 100 (US$1.50) to INR 150 (US$2.20). • Vegetables were sold over and above at-least INR 10 (15¢ US) to INR 20 (30¢ US) their normal average cost. • Fuel supplies were greatly affected in Chennai.
  24. 24. Snapshot
  25. 25. Effects of Flood in Tamil Nadu 57% 8% 16% +
  26. 26. Most Affected Districts • Cuddalore • Kancheepuram • Chennai • Tiruvallur • Tuticorin • Tiruvannamalai • Tirunelveli • Thanjavur • Tiruvarur, Kanyakumari, Vellore, Nagapattinam and Nilgiris
  27. 27. Indian Red Cross Society Tamil Nadu Branch says never return

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