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CHAPTER – II

 

RISK ASSESSMENTS, VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS &

CAPACITY ANALYSIS

 

2.1           VARIOUS TYPES OF DISASTERS: BLOCK WISE ANALYSIS: FOR GANJAM DISTRICT.

 

Type of Hazard

Potential Impact

Vulnerability

Vulnerable Areas (Block)

Cyclone

Loss of crop, Human & Bovine Life, Infrastructure, houses, livelihood system, Pvt. Public property etc.

#Road & Tele. Communication network

#Private  & Public Infrastructures

Crop loss - Agriculture/ Horticulture

#Loss of Irrigation systems i.e. Private LI- points, Govt. LI points, Electrical Installations.

#Drinking Water Sources i.e. Tube wells, Wells, PHD Stand Posts.

#Loss of Livestock & Vulnerable people.

#Other vulnerable assets i.e. Flood embankments, Canal embankments, #Irrigation projects Small Sale industries, PMRY units, Handloom units, Fishing Boats, Fishing nets, Textile Units, Cashew plantations, Sericulture Units, Casuarinas plantation trees/ orchards/ plantation.

Chatrapur

Ganjam

Khallikote

Beguniapada

Purushottampur

Kabisuryanagar

(Some portion)

Chikiti

Rangeilunda

Patrapur

Digapahandi

Sanakhemundi

(Some portion)


 

 

Flood

Loss of crop, Human & Bovine Life, Infrastructure, houses, livelihood system, Pvt. Public property etc.

#Road & Tele. Communication network

#Private  & Public Infrastructures

#Crop loss - Agriculture/ Horticulture

#Loss of Irrigation systems i.e. Private LI- points, Govt. LI points, Electrical Installations.

#Drinking Water Sources i.e. Tube wells, Wells, PHD Stand Posts.

#Loss of Livestock & Vulnerable people.

#Other vulnerable assets i.e. Flood embankments, Canal embankments, Irrigation projects Small Sale industries, PMRY units, Handloom units, Fishing Boats, Fishing nets, Textile Units, Cashew plantations, Sericulture Units, Casuarinas plantation trees/ orchards/ plantation

Chatrapur

Ganjam

Khallikote

Beguniapada

Purusottampur

Kabisuryanagar (Some portion)

Chikiti

Rangeilunda

Patrapur

Digapahandi

Sankhemundi (Some portion)

Heat Wave

Human & bovine life.

Loss of human & bovine life

22 Blocks & 18 ULBs

Village Fire

Loss of property

 

Loss of property & life

22 Blocks & 18 ULBs

Drought

Loss of crop, livelihood

Crop loss, Drinking water scarcity.

22 Blocks & 18 ULBs

Chemical Hazard

Loss of human and bovine life

Loss of Human & bovine life. (Map attached showing the probable area that may come under its effect)

 

Ganjam, Chatrapur Block & Ganjam   NAC

Tsunami

Loss of Human & Bovine Life, Infrastructure, houses, livelihood system, Pvt. Public property etc.

Loss of property & life

Chikiti, Rangeilunda, Chatrapur and Ganjam Block.

 


 

2.2 List of villages vulnerable to Tsunami

(Within 1.5 K.M s of coastline)

 

Sl No.

Block

GP

Tsunami village

Remarks

1

Chatrapur

Agastinuagaon

Agastinuagaon

 

2

Baganolianuagaon

 

3

Sananolianuagaon

 

4

Karapalli

Badaputi

 

5

Upalapati

 

6

Bandar

 

7

Haripur

 

8

Reykatur

 

9

Basanaputi

 

10

Arjyapalli

Bada Arjyapalli

 

11

Sana Arjyapalli

 

12

Kanamana

Kanamana

 

13

Matikhala

 

14

Ganjam

Palibandha

Palibandha

 

15

Purunabandha

 

16

Binchanapalli

 

17

Kundaput

 

18

Suryanarayanpur

 

19

Laxmipur

 

20

Gokharkuda

 

21

Mayurpada

 

22

Niladripur

 

23

Kantiagada

 

24

Khatuakuda

 

25

Podampetta

 

26

Ramagada

Prayagi

 

27

Kalarabadi

 

28

Pallurgada

 

29

Gajapati Nagar

 

30

Hansapur

 

31

Arunpur

 

32

Madhusudanpur

 

33

NAC Ganjam

Ganjam town

Ganjam town

 

34

Chikiti

Katur

Aladpur

 

35

Chandanbada

 

36

Ramayapatana

 

37

Eksingh

Eksingh

 

38

Dankalpadu

 

39

Sunapur

Sunapur

 

40

Patisunapur

 

41

Rangeilunda

Kamalpur

Haripada

 

42

 

Nuagolabandha

 

43

 

Buxipalli

Buxipalli

 

44

 

 

Nuabuxipalli

 

45

 

Venkatraipur

 

46

 

Digipur

 

47

 

Narayanpur

Narayanpur

 

48

 

Indrakhi

Markandi

 

49

 

Indrakhi

 

50

 

Keluapalli

Lahudigaon

 

51

 

Garampetta

 

52

 

Kirtipur

 

53

 

Sasanpadar

Dhepanuapada

 

54

 

Nakarama

 

55

 

Fashinuapada

 

56

 

Golabandha

Golabandha

 

57

Gopalpur NAC

Gopalpur town

Gopalpur town

 

Total village- 57 (Including NAC Ganjam and Gopalpur)

Total GP- 16 & NAC -2

 

 

2.3 List of villages vulnerable to Flood

 

Sl No.

 Block

GP

Village

River /Nala

 

1

Chatrapur

Potalampur

Sarabhimpur,Gangapur

Rushikulya

 

 

Badamadhapur

Badamadhapur, Badanga, Goba, Rangamatia,

 

Mahanadapur

Mahanadapur ,Singipur,

Khurigam

 

Baulagam

Baulagam,Dibyasinghpur,

Rukunigam,

 

2

Ganjam

UDS pur

UDS pur,

Rushikulya

 

 

Ganjam

Palibandha

Purunabandha, Palibandha, Binchanapalli, Gokharkuda,  Laxmipur,   Kantiagada, Podampetta, SN pur.

Rushikulya

 

Karapada

Karapada, Alliabad,,

 

Rajpur

Rajapur, Kanchara

 

Kainchapur

Jhadakuda,

 

Poirasi

Barapalli, NBarapalli,

Bhuanbhuin

 

Kainchpur

Kainchpur,

Jharapadar

 

Mallada

Mallad, Barada, Sribana,Raulibandha

 

3

Purusottampur

Antarigaon

Antarigan

Rushikulya

 

Ranajhalli

Hatapur

 

Gangadeuni

Gangadeuni,

 

4

Hinjilcut

Chanduli

Putiapadar, Chanduli

Rushikulya and Ghodahada

 

Ralaba

Alapur

 

Balarampur

Makarjhola

 

Khandara

Chanduli

 

Giria

Gandala

 

Nandiko

Nandiko

 

5

Khalikote

B.N pur

Bilaspur

Kharkhari

 

6

Polosora

Kalamba

Kalamba

Baghua and Dhanei

 

7

Kukudakhandi

Rohigam

Rohigam,

 Ghodahada

 

Kankia

Kalikota,Betajhari,Sarkote

Mitrapur,Baradhangada,

Sanakaranjei,Badasulia,

Raipada,Bhaliaguda,

Nuagam,Saurabadi,

 

8

Sheragada

Pitala

Pitala, Santoshpur ,Pakidi

Rushikulya

 

Kanjiyama

Tanhara,Kanjiyama

 

9

Surada

Merikote

Gambharijholi,Jera,Banapur,

Santinagar,Gunaishola,

Rushikulya

 

Goudagotha

Gojiakhamana,Balipadar,

Jharakona, Talaghai,

Bailakhamana,

 

10

Aska

Harida padar

Mantapad

Rushikulya

 

Kharia

Humuki

 

Gahangu

D. Chandanpedi

 

Jayapur

Tarasingi, Kendupadar.

 

11

K.S Nagar

Sunarijhola

Bhetasingi

Baghua / Dhanei/Bankunala

Subalaya

Mathatentulia

Paikajamuna

Osingi

12

Rangeilunda

Indrakhi

Markandi,

Bahananala and Sapuanala

Kamalpur

Garampetta( New Golabandha )

13

Chikiti

Kalagada

Kharakharia

Bahudanala

14

Patrapur

S palli

Bhimpur

Ganjunal

15

S.Khemundi

Patiguda

Dolaba

Taptapaninala and Ghodahada

16

 

Maulabhanja

Tileswar, Khalid

17

Bhanjanagar

Baibali

Baibali

Loharakhandi, Badanadi

18

J.N Prassad

K. Mundali

K.mundali

Badanadi and Jarau Nadi

           

 


 

 

2.4 VULNERABLE INFRASTRUCTURES OF GANJAM DISTRICT

 

VULNERABILITY

CYCLONE

FLOOD

Population

Area Name

Population

Area Name

 

 

 

ROAD NETWORK

25,45,800

Ganjam, Chatrapur, Khallikote, Purushottampur, Hinjili, Polosara, Beguniapada, Kabisuryanagar (Some part), Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Patrapur, Digapahandi, Sankhemundi, (Some part) blocks & Chatrapur, Ganjam, Rambha, Khallikote, Kodala, Purushottampur, Digapahandi, Chikiti, Polosara, Hinjili & Berhampur Municipality.

28,97,000

Aska, Bhanjanagar, Bellaguntha, Sheragada, Surada, Kukudakhandi, Ganjam, Chatrapur, Khallikote, Hinjili, Polosara Purushottampur, Beguniapada, Kabisuryanagar (Some part), Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Patrapur, Digapahandi, Sanakhemundi (Some part) Blocks. & Berhampur Municipality, Bhanjanagar, Aska, Bellaguntha, Surada, K.S.Nagar, Chatrapur, Ganjam, Rambha, Khallikote, Kodala, Purushottampur, Chikiti, Digapahandi, Polosara, Hinjili.

 

 

 

WATER SUPPLY

25,45,800

Ganjam, Chatrapur, Khallikote, Purushottampur, Hinjili, Polosara, Beguniapada, Kabisuryanagar (some part), Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Patrapur, Digapahandi, Sanakhemundi (some part), Blocks. & Chatrapur, Ganjam, Rambha, Khallikote, Kodala, Purushottampur, Digapahandi, Chikiti, Polosara, Hinjili & Berhampur Municipality.

28,97,000

Aska, Bhanjanagar, Bellaguntha, Sheragada, Surada, Kukudakhandi, Ganjam, Chatrapur, Khallikote, Purushottampur, Hinjili, Polosara, Beguniapada, Kabisuryanagar (Some part), Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Patrapur, Digapahandi, Sanakhemundi (Some part) Blocks. & Berhampur Municipality, Bhanjanagar, Aska, Bellaguntha, Surada, K.S.Nagar, Chatrapur, Ganjam, Rambha, Chikiti Khallikote, Kodala, Polosara, Purushottampur, Digapahandi, Hinjili.

SEWRAGE

8300

Rangeilunda, Kukudakhandi, Digapahandi, Sanakhemundi, Khallikote, Purusottampur

 

Rangeilunda, Kukudakhandi, Digapahandi, Khallikote, Sanakhemundi, Purusottampur

HOSPITAL

11,65,000

Khallikote, Rangeilunda, Ganjam, Chatrapur, Chikiti, Aska Block. Digapahandi & Chatrapur, Chikiti, Aska, Ganjam, Khallikote, Digapahandi & Berhampur Municipality.

8,58,000

Ganjam, Chatrapur, Khallikote, Purushottampur, Hinjili, Polosara, Beguniapada, Kabisuryanagar (some part), Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Patrapur, Digapahandi, Sanakhemundi (some part) Blocks & ULBs.

 

FOOD STOCKS & SUPPLIES

25,45,800

Ganjam, Chatrapur, Khallikote, Purushottampur, Hinjili, Polosara, Beguniapada, Kabisuryanagar (some part), Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Patrapur, Digapahandi, Sanakhemundi (some part) Blocks.

 

All the costal areas of the district.

 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

 

Ganjam, Chatrapur, Khallikote, Purushottampur, Hinjili, Polosara, Beguniapada, Kabisuryanagar (some part), Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Patrapur, Digpahandi, Sanakhemundi (some part) Blocks.

 

All the costal areas of the district and some portions of the ULBs


 

 

 

 

EMBANKMENTS

 

Ganjam, Chatrapur, Khallikote, Purushottampur, Hinjili, Polosara, Beguniapada, Kabisuryanagar (some part), Rangeilunda, Chikiti, Patrapur, Digpahandi, Sanakhemundi (some part) Blocks.

 

All the costal areas of the district.

 

BRIDGES

 

Aska, Digapahandi, Ganjam, Kabisuryanagar, Chatrapur, Hinjili, Purushottampur.

 

Aska, Digapahandi, Ganjam, Kabisuryanagar, Hinjili, Purushottampur, Chatrapur.

 

 

2.5           SPECIFIC VULNERABILITY OF SYSTEMS AND SERVIES TO DISASTER EVENTS –WEAK EMBANKMENT, RIVER

Sl. No.

Irrigation Division

River

Location

Block

1

 

 

Bhanjanagar Irrigation Division

Rushikulya

Left Flood Bank near Aska

Aska

2

Left Flood Bank near Kendupadar

Aska

3

Rushikulya

Right Flood Bank Near Kalasandhapur

 

4

Badanadi

Right  Flood Bank near Baladi

Aska

5

Badanadi

Right  Flood Bank near Ratang

Bhanjanagar

6

Badanadi

Right Flood Bank near Patulisahi

Bhanjanagar

7

Loharkhandi

Right Flood Bank near Kusapalli

Bhanjanagar

8

Baghua

Right Flood Bank near Kumbari

Bhanjanagar

9

Baghua

Right Flood Bank near Hatitota

Bhanjanagar

10

Badanadi

Left  Flood Bnak near kurulei

Bhanjanagar

11

Sananadi

Left Flood Bnak near Bhurudupali

Bhanjanagar


 

 

12

 

Kokalaba

Left Flood Bnak near Barapalli

JagannathPrasad

13

Right Flood Bank near Garudapathara

JagannathPrasad

14

Left Flood Bnak near Gadiapada

JagannathPrasad

15

Nandini

Left Flood Bnak near Dengapadar

Sheragada

16

Ghodahada

Left Flood Bnak near confluence with Nandini

Sheragada

17

 

Chikiti Irrigation Division

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chikiti Irrigation Division

Bahuda

Right Flood Bank near Badabaranga

Patrapur

18

Bahuda

Right Flood Bank near B.Nuagaon

Patrapur

19

Bahuda

Flood Bank at Narayanpur to Patrapur

Patrapur

20

Bahuda

Flood Bank at Nuapentha to Badabaranga

Patrapur

21

Padmatolanala

Flood Bank near Sabaradeipeta

Patrapur

22

Padmatolanala

Left Flood Bank from Railway line to NH 5

Patrapur

23

Padmatolanala

Flood Bank on left D/S to NH 5 (0.31+3.33)

Patrapur

24

Padmatolanala

Right Flood Bank near Gudipadar

Patrapur

25

Kanteijodi Nala

Left Flood Bank near Lochapada to Jakara

Chikiti

26

Kanteijodi Nala

Right Flood Bank near Dhanarasi & Dabarsingi

Digapahandi

27

Ghodahada

Flood Bank near Nuagada

Sanakhemundi

28

Ghodahada

Flood Bank near Panada

Digapahandi

29

Ghodahada

Flood Bank near Kanteijodi

Digapahandi

30

Ghodahada

Flood Bank near Maulabhanja, Tileswar and Baladia

Sanakhemundi

31

 

 

 

Berhampur Irrigation Division

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berhampur Irrigation Division

Rushikulya

Right Flood Bank from Solaghara to Hindula

Purusottampur

32

Baghua

Left Flood Bank from Govindapur and RD 16.05 to 17.00 Km.

KS Nagar

33

Kharakhari

Right Flood Bank near village Soma

Purusottampur

34

Rushikulya

Left Flood Bank near village Nandika

Hinjili

35

Rushikulya

Left Flood Bank from RD 700 mtr to 1000 mtr near village Antarigaon

Purusottampur

36

Rushikulya

Righr Flood Bank near village Chanduli to Kanjiama

 

37

Dhanei

Right Flood Bank near village Jakar to Banapalli

K.S nagar

38

Rushikulya

Right Flood Bank from Badamadhapur to Potalampur

 

39

Rushikulya

Right Flood Bank from Goba to Badamadhapur

 

40

Rushikulya

Right Flood Bank from near village Ranajhali

 

 


 

 

2.6           DISASTER EPISODES OF GANJAM DISTRICT SINCE LAST DECADES

 

TYPE OF DISASTER

YEAR OF OCCURANCE

EFFECTS

FLOOD

1990

Area damaged & lives lost.

Number of Tahasils affected-13

Number of GPs affected-222

Number villages in the affected GPs-1731

Areas Sand cast- 6601.44 Hectares

Number of persons died-73

Animals died -8329

Birds died -1452

Crop area damaged:

No. of GPs/NACs affected-408

No. of villages affected 2430

Total paddy area affected-1, 50.091 Hect.

Total No. of paddy area affected- 32,660 Hect.

Area sand castled- 14.320 Hect

Animals swept away-19, 391

Total birds washed away-9545

No. of projects damaged:

Works -5592

Panchayat Samity school buildings-985

GP., PS road- 2067

GP tanks/ MIP-1618

LI points affected – 740

Minor irrigation-660

Amount of loss different agencies( in lakhs)

Cooperative bodies-154.71

Cooperative societies-21.61

Ware house corporations-20.00

Aska cooperative sugar industry-78.00

Fishery (Inland)-85-03 Marine-2160, Brakish-58.03

Gopalpur port-138.50

OSRTC-84.00

Electrical-11.00

Infrastructures damaged:

School buildings -945

No. of roads/ Kms 2067/3299

Number of community buildings-156

G.P. tanks/ MIPs-1618

G.P. wells-333

Block office quarter-216

House damaged:

Swept away-3526

Fully collapsed-8149

Partly collapsed-92467


 

 

FLOOD

1995

Abstract of damages due to flood, May’95.

Damage to Private properties:

Dwelling houses damaged -8146.40 lakhs

Swept away - 4

Fully collapsed- 8797

Partly collapsed-99153

                      ---------------

                         1,07,954

Damage to food grain (Stored in Khanis)-9722.00 lakhs

Loss of crop – 3823.00 lakhs

Damage to cattle feed and fodder-

a)    Paddy straw – 2500.00 lakhs

b)    Rice bran      - 1000.00 lakhs

Loss of domestic animals- 147 Nos. -20.00 lakhs

Loss of salt fields- 123.00 lakhs

Loss of boat and net fisherman-

a)    Boats 110 No. s 8.00 lakhs

b)    Nets 4625Kgs. 49.00 Lakhs

Loss of fish famrers-45.00 lakhs

Total:                       25436.40 lakhs

Damage to public properties:

P.R.Department:         No.                               Amount  

School building         1427                            430.25 Lakhs

P.S./ G.P roads          2477                           807.35 lakhs

G.P/PSMIP/Tank      972                              237.97 lakhs

Urban Local bodies:

Roads                          340                         375.00 lakhs

Buildings                      35                             67.00 lakhs 

 

 

Works Department:

  • Executive Engineer, Ganjam R&B Division:

Roads                       24                           316.65 lakhs

Buildings                122                              90.00 lakhs

  • Executive Engineer, Ganjam R&B Division

Roads                       27                           220.00 lakhs

Buildings                122                              80.00 lakhs

  • Executive Engineer, Bhanjanagar R&B Division

Roads                    12                             184.85 lakhs

Buildings              39                                 45.00 lakhs

Rural works Department

Exe. Engineer, RW Div. No. I

Road                          144                             408.97 Lakh

Buildings                     51                               60.85 Lakh

Exe.Engineer, RW Div. No.II

Road                           97                             165.25 Lakh

Buildings                    34                                13.25 Lakh

Water Resource Department

Exe. Engineer, MI Div. No. I       208           582.00 Lakhs

Exe. Engineer, MI Div. No. II      384         1181.00 Lakhs

RD Departments

Exe.Engineer LI, Berhampur              407        84.95 Lakhs

Exe.Engineer LI, Bhanjanagar            384        90.43 Lakhs

Exe.Engineer RWS&S, Bhanjanagar    120        16.50 Lakhs

Exe.Engineer RWS&S, Berhampur        10        21.25 Lakhs

Exe.Engineer RPPH, Chatrapur             17        59.45 Lakhs

Irrigation Department      Canal         River

                                 Embankment   Embankment    Loss

Bhanjanagar Irr. Div.        261                  91   222.85 Lakh

Chikiti Irr. Div.                 209                  41   250.00 Lakh

Berhampur Irr. Div.            85                  95   350.00 Lakh 

Baghua Irr. Div.                                               13.08 Lakh

Baghalati Irr.Div.                                             25.00 Lakh

OSEB Properties                                            167.05 Lakh

Exe.Engineer, National Highway                          1.40 Lakh

Soil Conservation Department                           39.57 Lakh

Forest Department

Forest Roads                                  41       42.85 Lakh

Buildings                                        148     43.31 Lakh

Total Damage to Public Properties            6751.38 Lakh

Total Damage to Private Properties          25436.40 Lakh

Grand Total                                          32187.78 Lakh

DROUGHT

1996

Total Cropped Area Affected - 72,330 Hects.

Total Population Affected  - 10,02,395

Total Cattle Population Affected - 3,22,010

Value of Crop Loss (In Lakhs) - 6.67 Crore

No. of Blocks Affected  - 22

No. of GPs Affected  - 234

No. of Villages Affected  - 1128

No. of Villages (Crop Loss between 50%-74%) – 855

No. of Villages (Crop Loss above 75%) – 273 

 

 

CYCLONE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYCLONE

 

 

 

1999

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1999

Maximum wind speed – 250 Kms./ Hr.

Rain fall received – 194.72 mm

Blocks affected – 22

GPs affected – 444

Villages affected – 3162

Urban Local Bodies affected – 18

Population Affected – 31.40 Lakh

Rural Area – 26.90 Lakh

Urban Area – 4.50 Lakh

Marginal Farmers affected – 99.720

Small Farmers Affected – 89.143

Semi-Medium farmers affected – 82.959

Agricultural Labours affected – 3,11,959

Devastation Statistics (Loss of Life)

Human life lost – 183

Severely injured in person – 402

Bovine life lost – 2,869

Goat & Sheep lost – 7,647

Poultry Birds lost – 6,79,440

Loss of dwelling houses

Fully Collapsed – 78,000

Partially Collapsed – 2,44,000

Total  - 3,22,000

Value of Loss (in lakh rupees) – 30950.00

Loss of Livelihood Systems

Sector                                     Value of loss (in Lakh)

Agriculture                                        17531.56

Horticulture                                       07769.50

Fishers (Inland & Marine)                    01368.00

Animal Husbandry                              07406.50

Textile & Handlooms                           00230.00

Co-operative                                      00455.00

Small Scale Industries                        00800.00

Total                                                 35560.56

Loss to Infrastructure

Sector                                     Value of loss (in Lakh)

PR Dept. properties                           08991.00 

Educational Institution                       05950.00

Roads and Buildings                          04613.00

Irrigation System                              03454.00

Drinking water supply                        00415.00

ULB Properties                                  00306.00

Co-operative                                     00828.00

Electrical Installations                        10000.00

Agro Industries                                 00490.00

                                                       40149.30

Total Loss                          106659.86

DROUGHT

2002

Blocks Affected                    : 22

ULBs                                   : 18

GPs affected                        : 419

Total No. of villages/ wards affected:2242/ 71

Total Population affected: 1646287

Total cattle population affected: 478703

Total Crop area affected: 203015 Hect.

Villages affected (Non Irrigated -50% - 74%): 443/ 13

Villages affected (Non Irrigated -75% & above: 262/ 02

Villages affected (Irrigated -50% - 74%): 1290/ 50

Villages affected (Irrigated -75% & above): 247/ 06

Value of crop loss (in lakhs) : 7189.03

FLOOD

2003

Blocks Affected                    : 22

ULBs                                   : 18

GPs affected                         : 475

Total No. of villages/ wards affected: 2972/ 158

Total Population affected: 2340810

Human Causality: 14

Total cattle causality: 378

Crop Loss in Lakhs (approximate): 6519.64

Total Crop area affected: 116906 Hect.

Sand Cast – 1288 Hect.

Loss of Private Properties: 105875

Crop area Paddy affected (up to50%) – 51553 Hect

Crop area Paddy affected (51% - 75%): 19938

Crop area Paddy affected (75% & above) : 13242

Crop area Non-Paddy affected (up to50%) – 16323 Hect

Crop area Non-Paddy affected (51% - 75%): 9567

Crop area non-Paddy affected (75% & above) : 6259

Flood

2006

 

Blocks Affected                    : 22

ULBs                                   : 18

GPs affected                         : 470

Total No. of villages/ wards affected: 2060/108

Total Population affected: 85316

Human Causality: 1

Total cattle causality: 0

Crop Loss in Lakhs (approximate): 320

Total Crop area affected: 21110 Acre.

Sand Cast –200 Acre.

Loss of Private Properties: 32050600

Crop area Paddy affected (up to50%) –6010 Acre 

Crop area Paddy affected (51% - 75%): 11900 Acre

Crop area Paddy affected (75% & above) :0

 Crop area Non-Paddy affected (up to50%) – 1200 Acre 

Crop area Non-Paddy affected (51% - 75%): 2000 Acre

Crop area non-Paddy affected (75% & above) : 0

 

Flood

2007

Block affected : 22

GPs affected : 289

ULBs affected : 18

Village affected: 1203

Population affected :1100000

Total land area affected : 81485 Ha

Human casuality : 1

Total Crop area affected : 10900 Acre

Area sand cast : 220 Acre

House damaged :208

Damage to public utilities : Rs.15124.59

Villages marooned : 8

Damage to  Boat and Net : Rs. 127000

 

Flood

2008

Blocks affected :22

ULBs affected : 18

GPs affected : 85

Villages affected : 325

Population affected : 844325

Land area affected : 19485 Ha

House damaged : 26

Human casuality : 2( wall collapsed )

Damage to public utilities: Rs. 9429.50 Lakh

 

 

 

2.7           DISASTER PROBABILITIES

 

TYPE OF HAZARD

MONTH OF OCCURRENCE

Jan

Feb

 

Mar

Apr

May

June

July

Aug

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

 

Dec.

Flood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cyclone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drought

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunstroke

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Village Fire

 

 

 

 

 

 

Earth Quake

 

Industrial disaster

 

 

2.1. CAPACITY ANALYSIS

 

2.1           INVENTORY AND EVALUATION OF RESOURCES

 

Taking stock of resources available with District Administration, Private, Individuals and different Govt. officials and their deployment at the time of calamity for Relief/ Rescue Operation is of vital importance.

 

Multipurpose Cyclone Shelter by OSDMA

15

Multipurpose Cyclone Shelter by Red Cross/LWS

3

School cum Cyclone Shelter (High School)

138

School cum Cyclone Shelter (Primary School)

104

 

2.1.2.DISASTER SPECIFIC CAPABILITY ANALYSIS WITH THE HUMAN RESOURCES/ SKILLS

 

At the time of calamity for effective operation of different Institutional arrangement & Relief operation the necessity of the Human resources are highly essential without which nothing can be pulled on. The district is having following Human resources both at Government & with civil society organization for maximum utilization of their services

 

 

 

 

 

2.1.3               PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR RESOURCE INVENTORY AND CAPABILITY ANALYSIS – POWER BOAT & COUNTRY BOAT

 

The Assistant Director Fisheries, (Marine) has been instructed for requisition and deployment of boat and handed over to District Administration as  & when required.

 

2.1.4COMMUNICATION & MEDIA

 

In Disaster Preparedness, Media plays a capable role in building a communication network both horizontally and vertically. It stands in interaction with different section of society. Actors of relief administration, NGOs etc. and feeds the right information at right time to the right people.

 

 

The following tabular form insures media involvement at different hierarchy of administration

 

·         District Level                    ADM (Emg.) – DIPRO – OIC, DCR

 

·         Sub-Div. Level                 Sub-Collector – Emergency Officer –        SDIPRO

 

·         Two Officers in charge from Collectorate will be appointed as OIC information on rotation basis to collect and provide information at the time of disaster being assisted by two ministerial staff.

 

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