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FINAL

REPORT

THREE DAYS TRAINING COURSE ON DISASTER


RESPONSE AND CONTINGENCY PLANNING 16TH 18TH
APRIL 2013 NOWSHERA

Submitted by | Kashif Inam Lead Consultant

THREE DAYS TRAINING COURSE ON DISASTER RESPONSE AND CONTINGENCY PLANNING 16TH 18TH APRIL 2013 NOWSHERA

Contents
Day 1
Background and Introduction2
Course objectives.2-3
Course delivery and section by section description.3-5
Session 2.1: Introduction to Basic terminologies & concepts used in the DM & DRM..............................5
Session 2.2: a. Disaster management structure in Pakistan
b. An Introduction to CBDRM and its process ..6
Session 2.3: Introduction to HVC Assessment6-7
Session 2.4: HVC practicing of tools..7-8

Day 2
Recap of the day 1 8
Session 3.1: Introduction to Emergency response management8
Session 3.2: Introduction to early warning system..8
Session 3.3: Flood DRR measures.....9
Session 3.4: Introduction to contingency planning.10
Session 3.5: Preparation of contingency plan10

Day 3
Recap of day 1 and 2: 11
Session 4.1: HCV exercise in field11
Session 4.2:
a. Lunch
b. Debriefing..11
Session 4.3: Development of contingency plan for one village12
Session 4.4: Practical exercise on evacuation..12
Review, way forward: 12-13
Course Assessment test: .................13
Recommendations: 13
Participants Profile: .14-17
ANNEX 1 & 2
Attendance sheet.18-19
Village level contingency plan.20-31

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Background & Introduction


Karwan Development foundation, KDF, is an NGO working on emergency management, relief,
rehabilitation and development. KDF has implemented various projects in terms of humanity and social
development. Currently, KDF is working on the capacity building of communities in flood affected areas
in terms of facilitating communities to become more resilient towards future disasters. KDF is
implementing a project Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction in village Mian Essa Union Council
Mughalkai, district Nowshera, KP. The project is implemented in a partnership with Engineers without
Borders Denmark and Danish Muslim Aid and supported financially by CISU Civil Society in
Development and DANIDA.
A major target in the CBDRR project is the organizational development (OD) of the recently elected
Community Based Organization (CBO) in village Mian Essa represents 21 Mohallah Committees (MCs)
(14 male and 07 Female MCs) as a whole total we have 14 Mohallah in village Mia Essa. The main
objective of the consultancy is to develop a test disaster response and contingency plan at village level
for staff and selected volunteers. Currently KDF is looking for a technical expert on pre test disaster
response and contingency plan, of CBDRR projects.
Aim of the consultancy:
Contingency plan aims to prepare an organization to respond well to an emergency and its potential
humanitarian impact. Developing a contingency plan involves making decisions in advance about the
management of human and financial resources, coordination and communications procedures, and
being aware of a range of technical and logistical responses. Such planning is a management tool,
involving all sectors, which can help ensure timely and effective provision of humanitarian aid to those
most in need when a disaster occurs.
The Immediate Objective of Contingency Planning is:

Earmarking evacuation arrangements routes, building and guidance etc.;


Formulate and execute the flood emergency response plan;
Guide the public about the nearby safer places, routes and other precautionary Measures;
Prepare Final Disaster Contingency Plans
Exercising and implementing Model Disaster Contingency Planning;
Conduct Desktop Exercises and Evacuation Drills of Draft Contingency Plans.

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Course objectives
By the end of course, participants will be able to:

Identify and assess disaster risks using risk management approached


Explain the philosophy and approach of the Sphere Project
Understand the importance and use of Sphere standards in disaster response
To know the background perspective of need of Humanitarian Accountability
Defining humanitarian accountability and quality management.
Be familiar with the INEE Minimum Standards the process and product
DISASTER RESPONSE & CONTONGENCY PLAN

Sessions

Time

Topic

Mode of Delivery

Resource Person

Module 1:

10:00-10:30

Opening of workshop
participants introduction and
project brief

Introduction

KDF/Kashif

10:30-11:00

Session 1.1. Participants


expectations from the workshop
Sharing program agenda,
objectives & training design

Interactive
session

Kashif

11:00-11:15

Tea break

11:15-12:15

Session 2.1: Introduction to


basic terminologies & concepts
used in the Disaster
Management & DRM

Group work,
discussion and
Q/A

Kashif

12:15-1:00

Interactive lecture
Discussion and
Q/A

Kashif

01:00-02:00

Session 2.2: a. Disaster


management structure in
Pakistan
b. An Introduction to CBDRM
and its process
Lunch Break

02:00-03:00

Session 2.3:

Interactive
lecture,
discussion & Q/A

Kashif

Exercise

Kashif

Introduction

Module 2:
Introduction
to CBDRR/M

Introduction to HVC Assessment


03:00-03:15

Tea Break

03:15-04:00

Session 2.4: HVC practicing of


tools

End of Day One

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Day Two 17/04/2013


Module 2:
Introduction
to CBDRR/M

09:00-09:15

Recap of Day 1

Activity and
discussion

Participants

Module 3:
Introductiom
to Disaster
Response and
Contingency
Planning

09:15-10:30

Session 3.1:

Interactive
lecture,
discussion, group
work and Q/A

Kashif

Interactive
lecture, Group
work, discussion

Kashif

Interactive
lecture, Group
work,

Kashif

Interactive
lecture and Q/A

Kashif

Interactive
lecture Group
work &
Participatory
Mapping exercise

Kashif

Introduction to Emergency
response management
10:30-10:45

Working Tea

11:00-12:00

Session 3.2:
Introduction to early warning
system

12:00-01:00

Session 3.3:
Flood DRR measures

01:00-02:00

Lunch Break

02:00-03:00

Session 3.4:
Introduction to contingency
planning

03:00-03:15

Tea Break

03:15-04:00

Session 3.5 :
Preparation of contingency plan

End of Day Two

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Day Three 18/04/2013


Module 4:
Participatory
Risk
Assessment
and Response
Planning

09:00-09:15

Recap of Day one and Two

Activity and
discussion

Participants

09:15-13:00

Session 4.1: HCV exercise in


field

Field visit

KDF/participants
and local
community

1:00-2:00

Session 4.2:
c. Lunch
d. debriefing

Back from field

Kashif/
KDF/participants

2:00-3:00

Session 4.3: Development of


contingency plan for one village

Exercise

Kashif

03:00-03:15

Tea break

03:1504:00

Session 4.4: Practical exercise


on evacuation

Role play/exercise

Kashif

04:00-04:15

closing of workshop

Interactive lecture,
Video show,
discussion and Q/A

Kashif

End of Day Three

Day 1
Course overview
Mr. Suleman KDF officially inaugurated the course ceremony with introduction background, strategy and
program of Karwan Development Foundation in Pakistan he further thanks to all participants for their
interest and time.
Session 1.1: Introduction
Mr. Kashif Inam has taken the lead; introduced him and requested participants to introduce themselves.
The leas facilitator shares the Course Overview with participants focusing on importance and impact of
course in daily and in professional life. He also shares the topics which will be discussed in coming three
days under the course.
In order to run course smoothly the daily management team have been formed by volunteers selected
within present participants the main task of volunteers members was to observer the time and interest
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of participants during course, on the other hand it was announced to switched off mobile phone or
convert it to silent mode for to avoid any disturbance during lectures. The participants had putted their
phone on silent mode immediately after announcement.
Pre-Course Assessment Forms
The volunteers from daily management team has distributed pre-course evaluation form among
participants 10 minutes time were given to participant for to fill the pre-course form and handed over to
the lead facilitator.

Session 2.1: Basic concept & terms used in Disaster Management and DRM
Mr. Kashif has delivered the first session and started the session from group activity, participants was
divided into four groups and shared the pictures in hard copy and groups were given 20 minutes time
for discussion among each other to brainstorm what they assume from pictures the heading was also
share with them in separate A 4 size sheet, and it was asked to put the heading accordingly in front of
each picture, after the 20 minutes one volunteer was selected from each group to paste all these group
work sheets on wall and if the definition is incorrect will put the (X) mark and in case of definition is
matched with actual one shared by facilitator put () mark. After pasting all stuff on wall the facilitator
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started sharing slide showing the actual definition which was really interesting for all because of having
debate on that. The session was made interactive when practical example was shared in relevance with
terminologies and concept by facilitator.
Session 2.2:
a)

Disaster management structure in Pakistan

During this session Mr. Kashif Inam shared with participants establishment history of Disaster
Management structure in country; how the structure and system came in place; after devastated
earthquake 2005 and strengthened after 2010 unprecedented flood via Presidential Ordinance further
he illustrate the important components of national disaster management framework and gave relative
examples.
b) An Introduction to CBDRR/M and its process
Facilitator explained the processes which need to adopt while taking into consideration of CBDRM
approach. He summarized his session with slides on how at the initial stage of the project, the role of
outsiders is important and where the outsiders are more involve. But at the end of the project, the
insiders have more dominant role and Outsiders role left for counseling and Mentoring. At the end of
this session, the participants give suggestion to have ice breakers and group activities especially in the
session after lunch.
Session 2.3: Introduction to Hazard vulnerability and Capacity Assessment
Mr. Kashif explained about the hazards, its classification, secondary hazards associated with the primary
one. He gives different examples for different hazards.
The facilitator explained about vulnerability and different types of vulnerabilities like Physical, Social and
Attitudinal vulnerabilities. He also gives different examples of the vulnerability by showing different
photos from different regions.
Last session of the 1st day was on capacity assessment. Facilitator discussed about the terms capacity
and capacity assessment. He explained that frequent disasters and similarly huge catastrophic events
are the triggering factors for building the capacities of the government and communities. He also
explained about different PRA tools used for the capacity assessment.
Session 2.4: HVC assessment practicing of PRA tools
After giving the background of hazard assessment, he explained about different PRA tools which can be
used to derive information with the support of community members. He discuss about Historical profile,
Seasonal calendar, Semi Structured interview, direct observation, ranking, hazard mapping etc. The
participants has been divided into three groups and three different tasks given to them group one was
responsible to discuss and write points regarding the existence and potential hazard in their village,
simultaneously group 2 was responsible for vulnerability assessment and group 3 was responsible for
capacity assessment to highlight the available resources of village. After the group work, the group

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members presented their work and there was QA session after each session. The facilitator summarized
the discussion and give suggestions for further improvement.

Day 2
Module 3: Introduction to Disaster Response and Contingency Planning
The 2nd day activity started with the recap of day 1, where the volunteer from participants elaborate and
refresh memories of the day one sessions.
Session 3.1: Introduction Emergency Response Management
Discussion on different activities under ERM i.e. Evacuation management, Damage and Needs
Assessment, Camp Management, Search and Rescue and Medical First Aid
In this session facilitator focus on discussion base on government and humanitarian current experience
of responding to different disasters and emergencies in region while KP is facing different disaster such
as man-made and natural so the representatives have rich experience produced fruit full discussion
during session, the representatives were divided in groups and allowed to debate on activities usually
undertaking in emergency response and its management. The participants shared their experiences and
showed interest when facilitator summarized all the group work and discussion and making it more
relevant to their work in compliance with humanitarian code of conduct, sphere standard etc.
Session 3.2: Community Based Early Warning System
An exercise was made at the start of session, facilitator ask the groups to prepare role and
responsibilities with possible list of equipment needed by the early warning committees for possible
action to activate the system and disseminate the information receiving from responsible government
department and disseminating to community level, further he explain the role and responsibility of
government departments for monitoring the hazard and dissemination of information with other
department to issue the warning timely in effective manners down to community level utilizing different
channel e.g. media, radio, district authorities, NGOs etc at the end of session few best practices videos
made on early warning was shared with participants which was very much appreciated. The facilitator
also shares different tools and techniques to be used as early warning at local level utilizing the locally
available resources.

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Session 3.3: Flood Disaster Risk Reduction Measures


In this session Mr. Kashif Inam asked the groups to brainstorm and prepare presentation on following
tasks:
1. KEEPING FLOODS AWAY FROM THE PEOPLE
2. KEEPING PEOPLE AWAY FROM FLOODS
3. HELPING PEOPLE DURING FLOOD DISASTERS
4. HELPING PEOPLE PREPARE FOR FLOOD DISASTERS
Facilitator focus on the structural and non-structural mitigation measure in session after completion of
groups work, he explain the structural intervention method to control the common flood along with the
sharing its limitation in term of cost, political commitment, social impact etc. the volunteer team leader
from each group presented their points of recommendation in context of structural and non-structural
intervention for flood disaster risk reduction measures, at the end of session facilitator share the video
relevant to flood risk reduction measures and summarized session focusing on the participatory
approach and commitment of each individual to play a vital role making people safe from disasters
especially flood disaster through sharing the information and knowledge what they have already and
what they learn from these three days course.

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Session 3.4: Introduction to Contingency Planning


The session was delivered by Mr. Kashif Inam who started his session with discussion on what is
planning and steps involve in the planning process. During his presentation he discussed about the
importance of participatory Contingency Planning Process (PCP).

Planning
Educate/ Exercise
Assets
Capabilities
Execution

Session 3.5: Preparation of Contingency Planning

Participants split in three groups to elaborate the types of planning where group one responsible for
strategic planning determining how to pursue long-term goals with available resources, group second
responsible for Operational Planning determining how to accomplish specific tasks with available
resources. Group 3 focused on Short-Term Planning determining subunits contribution with allocated
resources. After presentation and question and answer session facilitator discussed more in detail and
provided the guide lines for further improvement.

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Day 3
Module 4: Participatory Risk Assessment and Response Planning
The 3rd day activity started with the recap of day 2, where the volunteer from participants elaborate and
refresh memories of the day one sessions.

Session 4.1: HCV exercise in field


Participants were divided into three groups and sent to field with one hour time line to execute the PRA
tools in field and assess the existence/ available hazard, vulnerability and capacity in their respective
village. Where they collected information and executed step and tools involved in process of hazard
vulnerability and capacity assessment
Session 4.2:
a. Lunch
b. debriefing
After back from field upon completion of lunch in debriefing session presentation were made by team
leader of each group shared their steps and tools utilized in field for assessment of hazard, vulnerability
and capacity assessment. At the end of session lead facilitator appreciated the participants for their
effort of producing important and valuable information regarding their village related to hazard,
vulnerability and capacity.

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Session 4.3: Development of Contingency Plan for one Village


In the session facilitator focused purely on group activity participants were split in two groups group one
was responsible to elaborate the section of contingency planning e.g. Purpose, stakeholders,
coordination, resources and implantation. Group 2 was responsible for to draw the steps and process
involve in contingency planning e.g. how to examine the location, assign responsibilities, examine
communication and resources, and implement the plan.

Session 4.3: Practical exercise on evacuation


Practical demonstration/ drill conducted upon completion of village plan where all the participants
anticipated actively following the safe evacuation points with reaching safely to the safe and sound
place in village for temporary shelter, further another group give demonstration on camp management,
coordination with stakeholders and early warning.

Review, way forward


At the end of session seventh facilitator review the topics taught in sessions through discussion and
asking different questions the participants shared their view regarding course and its content where
they heard first time the name of NDMA and was not familiar with National disaster management
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structure. Further participants shared their views the training was very much interactive due to the
methodology and delivery style (especially brainstorming, discussion and group work) of both facilitators
the participant showed commitment that they will further read the handbooks in detail for more
understanding and apply the standard and tools accordingly in field to mitigate the impact of disaster
facing communities who are prone or affected by the disaster.
Course Assessment Test:
The training outcomes was assess with the help of pre and post course test. The result shows that after
the course the participants are able to understand the concept of DRR, CBDRM and would be able to
prepare and update the village level contingency plan.
S.NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

NAME
Darif Khan
Janat Gul
Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Iqrar
Zohaib
Iqbal Uddin
Bakht Sher
Naseeb Ullah
Gul Sayar
Nahid Khan
Syed Shakir Ullah
Waqar Ahmed
Muhammad Gufran
Abdul Mabud
Waqar
Asif Ali Shah
Muhammad Javed Khan
Murad Ali Shah
Muhammad Sabit
Dil Roz Khan

Pre-Course Marks
11
11
13
11
13
12
16
15
15
12
16
15
Not filled
12
13
15
12
Not filled
9
11

Post- Course Marks


19
16
18
19
15
18
19
19
19
17
18
19
Not filled
17
Not filled
17
17
17
16
18

Recommendations:
The level of understanding and commitment showed the interest of participants in course as the
duration of said training was short this would be extolled if the detail training program has been
arranged for the participants.
-

Continuity must be maintained for arranging this kind of training programs for CBOs members
to strengthen their coping capacities.
Detailed training on first aid and search and rescue is required.
Refresher courses must be exercised.
Practical demonstration is essential to be held through people- centered approach in field.

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Participants Profile & Attendance Sheet

Dr. Abdul Madud


President Al Khair Society
Mohallah Penjwari

Asif Ali Shah


Member Al Khair Society
Mohallah Maingan

Faiz Ur Rehman
Volunteer
Mohallah Och Khuwar

Shafiq Ur Rehman
Senior Vice President AL- Khair Society
Mohallah Och Khuwar

Dil Roz khan


Press Secretary AL- Khair Society
Mohallah Ghori zai

Muhammad Iqrar
General Secretary AL- Khair Society
Mohallah Tarkan Khel

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Bakhat Sher
Volunteer
Mohallah Gul Abad

Syed Shakir ullah Shah


Information Secretary Al-Khair Society
Mohallah Gharib Abad

Fazal e Ahad
Volunteer
Mohallah Seen Ghara

Gul Sayar
Volunteer
Mohallah Gul Abad

Nahid Khan
Volunteer
Mohallah Tarkan Khel

Iqbal Uddin
Deputy Secretary Al- Khair Society
Mohallah Tarkan Khel

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Waqar Ahmed
Teacher Primary School No.1 Boys
Mohallah Abdur Rehman Khel

Naseeb Ullah
Finance Secretary Al-Khair Society
Mohalalh Abdur Rehman Khel

Janat Gul
Vice President Al-Khair Society
Mohallah Penjwari

Nazim Ali Shah


Volunteer
Mohallah Abdur Rehman Khel

Muhammad Ali
Volunteer
Mohallah Mandi Khel

Darif Khan
Volunteer
Mohallah Mir Hamza

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Javed Khan
Teacher Primary School No. 2
Mohallah Toot dand

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Altaf
Teacher Primary School No.1 Boys
Mohallah Abdur Rehman Khel

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Annex: 1
Attednace sheet:
S.No

Name

Dr. Abdul Mabud

Total days of participation in


course
3

Iqabal Uddin

Asif Ali Shah

Gul Sayar

Bakhat Sher

Janat Gul

Darif Khan

Zohaab Khan

Muhammad Ali

10

Muhammad Iqrar

11

Naseeb Ullah

Syed Shakir Ullah Shah

13

Waqar Ahmed

14

Dilroz Khan

15

Nahid Khan

16

Nazim Ali shah

17

Fazal e Ahad

18

Shafiq Ur Rehman

12

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19

Faiz ullah

20

Waqas Ahmed

21

Waqar Ahmed

22

Niaz Ali

23

Mulana Sabit

24

Altaf Khan

25

Javed Khan

26

Tahir Ali Shah Bacha

27

Wafadar Khan

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Annex: 2

Contingency Plan of Village Main Essa


Profile:
1. District: Nowshera Tehsil: Nowshera Union Council: Mughul Ki
2. What is the Name of the Village: Main Essa
3. What is the History of the Disaster (from 10 years back to-date):
Population of Mian Essa has 10,932 approximately and 1231 Houses. 1984 families are living in village
where 2631 are men, 2659 are women, 2925 are boys and 2717 are girls. From the whole population
1484 are educated people while the rest are non-educated. 1613 are skilled people and rests of them
are unskilled. There are only 2128 people who are engaged in services while 8804 people are
unemployed.

S.N
1
2
3

Disaster
Tribal
Conflict
Boat sink
Career on
river drop

Year
1990
2001
2008

Human
7

3
N/A

2010

2012

6
Heavy rain

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Other

N/A

N/A

1 Injured
N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Houses damaged
partial and full

Loss Animal &


crop

N/A

Houses damaged
partial and full

Loss Animal &


crop

N/A

N/A

Loss Animal &


crop

N/A

4
Flood
Man Made
fire due to
tribal
conflict

Destruction
Infrastructure
Livelihood
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A

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4. Causes of those Disasters


S.N

Causes

Heavy Rain Fall

Yes

No

Remarks

Yes
2

Climate Change
-

Different Tribes
Yes

Poverty
Yes

Others
-

5. Current Hazards in the village:


S.N

Hazards

Flood

Windstorm

Earth Quake

Communicable/
Preventable
Diseases

Malaria

Social Conflicts

Poverty

Yes
Yes

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Others

Remarks

Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes

No
Yes
Yes

No

Government imposed section 4 under people


dont have right to sell their land on any one
regardless government.

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6. Early signs of hazards/disasters (separate for each hazards):


S.N

Hazards

Early sign

Flood

Heavy Rain/ Seasonal


Rain

Windstorm

Earth Quake

Remarks

Dont know

Dont know

Communicable/
Preventable Diseases

Cholera/
Gastroenteritis,
Scabies etc

Malaria

Water pounds in
village

Social Conflicts

Poverty

Others

In summer season or rainy season

Less income etc

People and Element at Risk

7. Areas/villages can be affected?


(a) Peoples living in village
(b) Livelihood and infrastructure

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8. Vulnerable/affected locations in the village:


S.N

Vulnerable Location

Houses of? Mohallah etc

School

Livelihood

Bridges

Roads

Electricity Generation System

Communication System

Others

Yes
Yes

How Many and Where


Remarks

No
80%

Yes

6-7

Yes

80-90%

Yes

95%

Yes

80%

Yes

100%

Yes

100%

Yes

Drinking water sources

9. Vulnerable/affected people in the village:


S.N

Vulnerable People

Children

Female

Special Persons

Elders

Others

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Yes
Yes
Yes

No

How Many and Where


Remarks
70-80% diseases, injuries, missing, deaths
20%

Yes
Yes
Yes

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Available Resources in Village

S.N

Human Resource

Teachers

Youth

Religious People

Doctors

Nurses

LHV

Medical Technicians

Dispenser

Laboratory Technician

10

Government Servants

11

Drivers

12

Carpenters

13

Welders

14

Masons

15

Labors

16

Electricians

17

Plumbers

18

Others

Yes
Yes

How Many and Where


Remarks

No
10

Yes
Yes
Yes

1 Male
No

Yes

2-3

Yes

1
No

Yes

20-30

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

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Physical:
S.N

Physical Resource

Yes

Schools

Yes

BHU

Civil Dispensary

Dera/ Hujra

Community Centers

Safe Shelters

Shops

Mosques

Others

How Many and Where


Remarks

No

No
Yes

Yes

9-10
No

Yes

Yes
Yes

Transport:
S.N

Vehicles

Trucks

Cars

Vans

Tractors

Mazdas

Dautsun

Motor bikes

Carrier

Others

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Yes
Yes

How Many and Where


Remarks

No
1

Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

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Community Organization/ Teams:


S.N

Community Based Org

Yes

No

Citizenry Based Organization

Yes

No

Community Organization

Village Organization

4
5

Yes

Village Disaster Management


Committee (VDMC)
Community Emergency Response
Team (CERT)

How Many and Where


Remarks
01

14 Mohallah Committees
No
No

Medical Committee

No

School Committee

Yes

Youth/ Volunteer Team

Yes

Others

No

10. Unavailable Resources and Capacities:


(a) Post Office
(b) Hospital, Bank and Female doctor required
11. Safe places in village:
(a) Mira, Och Khuwar
Strategies and Activities for Disaster Risk Reduction
12. Which Measures need to be taken for further resilience of community:

(a) Awareness and training program needed to be continue


(b Reconstruction of dera ( Amir Hamza Mohallah)

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13. Early Warning System used in the village:


S.N

EW System

Yes

Siren Installed

No

Traditional Siren/ Bell etc

No

Color Flags

No

Loud speakers

Drums

Others

Yes

No

Remarks

No

No
Mega phone and mobile phone
Yes

14. Safest and fastest routes for Human and Livestock evacuation
(a) Amir Hamza and Mandi Khel Mohallah
15. Safest Place for people/livestock (shelter/camp) during onset of disaster
(a) Mira
16. Which and where the Food items/medicines to be stored before the hazards season
(a) Government Primary school No.2 Toot Dand Main Essa
17. What kind of local equipments are available
(a) First aid kits
(b) Search and rescue kits

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18. Strengthening Community


S.N

Structural Mitigation
Measures

Yes

Culvert

Yes

Reforestation

Yes

Retention walls

Earth filling

Yes

No

Path ways/ small


Bridges

Yes

No

Others

No

No

Remarks

N/A

19. Community Health and Sanitation Initiatives


Health Facilities
Rehabilitation
Reconstruction
S.N
Type
Yes/No
Yes/No
1

BHU

Civil Dispensary

Civil Hospital

Others

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Yes/No

Remarks
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil

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Sanitation Facilities
S.N

Type

Rehabilitation

Reconstruction

New Construction

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Remarks

Pipe Lines

Nil

Tube wells

Rehabilitation
required

Water Tanks

Yes

Working condition

Drainages
4

Streets Drainages

Natural Flood
Level

High Flood Level

Dry Weather Flow

Wet Weather
Flow

New construction
required

Irrigation Water Management System

Water
Management
System

Others

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S.N

Type

Community Fund Raising Initiatives for Emergency and Development


Total
Total
Responsibilities
Monthly
PKR
Houses
Amount
Yes/No
Min/Max

House Wise
Yes

Shop Wise

Others

40

28

1120

Remarks
Per
month

No

20. Mock Drills


S.N

Responsibility/
F. Person

Venue

Participants

Monthly/
Quarterly

Remarks

1
Not yet done
2

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21. list of Vulnerable people and their phone numbers for evacuation during emergency/disaster:
S.N

Name

Vulnerability

Address

Contact

10

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