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Disaster Management Information Centre Disaster Management Bureau (DMB) Ministry of Food and Disaster Management Disaster Management and Relief Bhaban (6th Floor) 92-93 Mohakhali C/A, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh Phone: +88-02-9890937, Fax: +88-02-9890854 Email:[email protected], [email protected] Web:http://www.cdmp.org.bd, www.dmb.gov.bd H

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Emergency Title:

Cyclonic Storm “SIDR”

Emergency Location:

Bangladesh 20°22'N-26°36'N, 87°48'E-92°41'E,

Covering Period:

From: THU-22-NOV-2007:2000 To: FRI-23-NOV-2007:1800

Transmission Date/Time:

FRI-23-NOV-2007:1800

Prepared by:

DMIC, DMB Summary of Cyclone Situation

Updated official report from MoFDM illustrates that the number of death caused by tropical cyclone ‘SIDR’ has risen to 3033 affecting 6.77 million people of 1.57 million families. These casualties and damages of houses, livestock, crops, educational institutions, roads and embankments have been reported from 1727 unions of 208 upazilas of 31 districts. Most deaths and damages have been attributed to the storm surge. AFD is working on non-stop basis and carrying the relief goods to the local administrations, communities at the very remote locations by the BAF aircrafts. In continuation with previous efforts today they have completed 19 missions carrying 55.21 tonnes relief goods by helicopters and aircrafts.

Total Death: 3,033  People Missed: 1,828  Family Affected: 1,57,3815  People Affected: 6,77,6781  Houses Damaged: 1178974  Crops Damaged: 1698300 acre  Trees Destroyed: 3359366

Up to Thursday, 23 November 2007 GoB have allocated approx 7.1 million USD from Honorable Chief Advisor’s Relief & Welfare Fund and DRR, MoFDM for the Sidr victims. GoB has also allocated 7640 MT GR Rice, distributed 27,000 food bags, 18,000 blankets, 14,979 tents, 3,348 utensils and 13,000 bundles of CI sheets by the Directorate of Relief and Rehabilitation (DRR). Actions Taken: •



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The first meeting of the Health Cluster (DER) will be convened on Sunday, 25 November 2007 during 09.00-11.00 hours at the Conference Room (2nd floor), Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), Directorate-General of Health Services Compound, Mohakhali, Dhaka. Provisional agenda of the meeting are provided below:

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Situation Report o o o o

Update on health sector situation Update on responses in the health sector (to be presented by various donor agencies and development partners) Gaps in health sector response and ways forward to address the gap Any other business

UN Rapid Initial Assessment Report is available for download at our website: http://www.cdmp.org.bd/publications/Cyclone_Sidr_UN_Rapid_Initial_Assessment_Report.pdf Contribution to Chief Adviser’s Relief and Welfare Fund If you would like to contribute to the "Chief Adviser’s Relief and Welfare Fund" you may follow any of the following procedures: Cash money or Bank cheque: A. You may directly deposit your monetary contribution (cash money or bank cheque or any other form of banking transaction) directly to the following account: Chief Adviser’s Relief & Welfare Fund Current Account No. 33004093 Sonali Bank, Prime Minister’s Office Branch Tejgaon, Dhaka B. You may send your crossed cheque (Not cash money) to the fund with a forwarding letter to the following address: Principal Secretary Chief Adviser’s Office Tejgaon, Dhaka, Bangladesh Attention: Assignment Officer, Chief Adviser’s Office C. If you would like to hand over your contribution to the honorable Chief Adviser personally, you may send a fax mail with your details (Contact address, phone and fax numbers) to the following faxes: + 880-2-8151700, + 880-2-8111490. This office will contact you for further action in this regard. Relief goods: D. If you are interested to send any other kind of relief for the flood affected people then you may fax with relevant details of the contribution and your contact address to the following fax numbers: + 880-2-8151700, + 880-2-8111490. This office will contact you for further action in this regard. Other information: E. If you have any other queries in regard to your contribution to the "Chief Adviser’s Relief and Welfare Fund" you may contact the Assignment Officer to the Honorable Chief Adviser in the following phone number: + 8802-8153082.

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Situation Report SIDR Damage

Most affected areas by Sidr The most affected areas of the Sidr in terms of deaths are Barguna, Bagerhat, Patuakhali and Pirozpur. Other most affected districts are Barisal, Khulna, Satkhira, Jhalokhati, Bhola, Madaripur, Gopalganj, Shariatpur etc. The Disaster Management Information Centre is the information hub of the Ministry of Food and Disaster Management for risk reduction, hazard early warnings and emergency response and recovery activities Page 3 of 9

Situation Report Relief Activities (Cyclone SIDR) by DRR • • •

• • • • Sl. No.

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

1000 pcs water purifying filter provided by UNDP were allocated to to Bagerhat, Patuakhali, Barguna and Pirozpur (Bagerhat 250, Patuakhali 250, Barguna 250, Pirozpur 250) 75 pcs tent and 100 packet food items to Bagerhat, 75 pcs tent and 100 packet food items, rice 100 bags (2 ton) to Patuakhali, 75 pcs tent 75 packets food items to Barguna and 75 pcs tent 75 packets food items to Pirojpur were allocated from the contribution provided by the Government of Pakistan. 30pcs tent, 300 pcs thin blanket, 30 pcs blanket, 8 generator, codril 8 pcs, water jariken 120 pcs, plastic 50 pcs, water tank 6 pcs, water purifier 20 pcs to Bagerhat; 30pcs tent, 300 pcs thin blanket, 30 pcs blanket, 8 pcs generator, codril 8 pcs, plastic 50 pcs to Patuakhali; 20pcs tent, 200 pcs thin blanket, 20 pcs blanket, 7pcs generator, codril 7 pcs, water jariken 60 pcs, plastic 50 pcs, water tank 4 pcs, water purifier 10 pcs to Barguna and 20pcs tent, 200 pcs thin blanket, 20 pcs blanket, 7 generator, codril 7 pcs, plastic 50 pcs to Pirojpur were allocated provided by Japan International Corporate Agency. 4000 pcs blanket, 150 pcs tent and 64 pcs bag/carton medicine were accepted from India 220 metricton rice have been allocated to Barguna district affected by SIDR. BDT 150000000 have been allocated to the affected 12 districts form Honorable Chief Adviser’s Relief and Welfare Fund. Relief Allocated by DRR:

District

Allocated GR Rice MT

GR Cash BDT

House Building Grant BDT

2 3 4 5 Patuakhali 1040 2300000 34500000 Bagerhat 750 2367000 31500000 Barguna 1100 1850000 31925000 Jhalokathhi 590 1905000 16000000 Pirozpur 835 2320000 31900000 Satkhira 275 1086000 10500000 Barisal 900 400000 15300000 Bhola 350 800000 16000000 Laxmipur 200 375000 0 Khulna 300 1400000 6000000 Golapganj 400 0 6000000 Sariatpur 200 0 6000000 Madaripur 300 0 6000000 Faridpur 100 0 0 Munshiganj 100 0 0 Dhaka 0 0 0 Cox's Bazar 0 0 0 Chittagang 0 0 0 Chandpur 200 425000 0 Noakhali 0 0 0 Total 7640 15228000 211625000

Foods (Bag)

Blanket (pcs.)

Others Tent (pcs.)

6

7

8

6500 8000 6500 6000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27000

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 0 0 1000 1000 1000 1000 18000

2324 2324 2324 200 2047 700 710 700 300 350 300 300 300 0 0 0 600 700 350 450 14979

Allocation from Honourable Utensils CI Sheets Chief (Carton) (Bundle) Advisor's Relief and Welfare Fund 9 10 11 500 500 500 0 500 500 500 0 0 348 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3348

2000 2000 1500 1000 1500 500 2000 500 0 500 500 500 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13000

30000000.00 35000000.00 35000000.00 15000000.00 30000000.00 20000000.00 15000000.00 20000000.00 10000000.00 17500000.00 12500000.00 12500000.00 17500000.00 3000000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 273000000

[Source: Directorate of Relief and Rehabilitation – DRR]

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Situation Report RESPONSE FROM WFP, BANGLADESH 2nd Round Distribution: Distribution Start Date: 21 November 2007 Name of the Districts

Barguna

Name of Upazila Patharghata Barguna Sadar Amtali Betagi Bamna

Sub Total:

Patuakhali

Galachipa Kalapara Patuakhali Mirza Bauphal Dashmina Dumki

Sub Total:

Perojpur

Mathbaria Zianagar Perojpur Sadar Bhandaria Nazirpur Kaukhali Nesarabad

Sub Total:

Barisal

Sub Total: Grand Total:

Bakerganj Mehendiganj Hizla Muladi Barisal Sadar Agailjhara Gournadi Banaripara Wazirpur Babuganj

Total Population (Nos.) 40,000 40,000 40,000 10,000 7,500 137,500 30,000 15,000 10,000 20,000 20,000 10,000 5,000 110,000 30,000 7,500 10,000 25,000 10,000 12,500 20,000 115,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 102,500 465,000

Total Family (Nos.) 8,000 8,000 8,000 2,000 1,500 27,500 6,000 3,000 2,000 4,000 4,000 2,000 1,000 22,000 6,000 1,500 2,000 5,000 2,000 2,500 4,000 23,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 20,500 93,000

Ration per family per day (gram)

Duration of the ration (days)

375 375 375 375 375

3 3 3 3 3

375 375 375 375 375 375 375

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

375 375 375 375 375 375 375

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

375 375 375 375 375 375 375 375 375 375

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Total HEB Required (MT) 9.00 9.00 9.00 2.25 1.69 30.94 6.75 3.38 2.25 4.50 4.50 2.25 1.13 24.75 6.75 1.69 2.25 5.63 2.25 2.81 4.50 25.88 4.50 3.38 2.25 2.25 2.25 1.69 1.69 1.69 1.69 1.69 23.06 104.63

Implementing partner

SC-US

SC-US

SC-US

SC-US

Family Ration: 15 packets (75gm each) of High Energy Biscuits as 3 days supplementary ration.

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Situation Report 3rd Round Distribution: Distribution Start Date: 23 November 2007 (Tentative) Name of the Districts (Based on priority According to The descending order) Barguna

Name of Upazila

No of Union

Total Rice Required (MT)

7

10,000

2,000

30

1

10,000

2,000

30

1

60.00

Amtali

10

10,000

2,000

30

1

60.00

Implementing partner

60.00

27

30,000

6,000

Galachipa

17

10,000

2,000

30

1

60.00

Kalapara

9

10,000

2,000

30

1

60.00

Patuakhali sadar

12 26

10,000 20,000

2,000 6,000

30

1

SC-US

180.00 SC-US

60.00 180.00

Mathbaria

11

10,000

2,000

30

1

60.00

Zianagar

3

10,000

2,000

30

1

60.00

Perojpur Sadar

7

10,000

2,000

30

1

14

20,000

6,000

SC-US

60.00 180.00

Bakerganj

14

7,500

1,500

30

1

45.00

Mehendiganj

13

7,500

1,500

30

1

45.00

27

15,000

3,000

Sarankhola

4

10,000

2,000

30

1

60.00

Morrelganj

16

10,000

2,000

30

1

60.00

Sub Total: BAGERHAT

Duration of the ration (month)

10

Sub Total: Barisal

Ration per family/ month (kg)

Barguna Sadar

Sub Total: Perojpur

Total affected Family (Nos.)

Patharghata

Sub Total: Patuakhali

Total affected population (Nos.)

SC-US

90.00

Sub Total:

20

20,000

4,000

120.00

Grand Total:

114

105,000

25,000

750

Sushilon

[Note: Helicopter dropping of 120 MT HEB has started on 19 November and will continue till 26 November.] RESPONSES FROM USAID, CARE Norway ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

¾

A team of “CARE Emergency Responder” with preparation to provide ready food and NFI to 5000 families has moved to Khulna. 18 metric tons of BP-5 Biscuits are propositioned in Chittagong 3 Water Treatment Plant are moving towards Barisal (1 nos.) and Khulna (2 nos.) 15 de-watering equipment are moving towards Khulna (10 nos) Barisal (5 nos.) 5 medical teams are stand-by to move Further response activities will be depend on the extend of cyclone damage. CARE is exploring fund availability from various sources

RESPONSES FROM ECHO

¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

Districts

Upazila/Union

No. of Targeted families

Family packages contains

Bagerhat

Morelgonj

100

Compressed rice 5 kg, Molasses 1 kg, Candle 6pcs, 1 box Match, 1 Kg Salt

Patuakhali

Galachipa

100

IR has planned to send two teams for initial assessment one for Chittagong & One for Khulna IRB opened a control room 24 hrs. IRB release 100,000 Tk. For need assessment IRB distribute dry food in Morelgonj, Bagerhat district and Galachipa upazila of Patuakhali district

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Situation Report RESPONSES FROM AusAID ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

AUD 3m AUD 1 m will be provided to WFP to meet immediate food needs. AUD 1 m will be provided to IFRC to support the Bangladesh Red Crescent Societies' relief efforts including basic health care and emergency sanitation. AUD 1 m will be provided through Australian NGOs working in Bangladesh for the provision of safe water and sanitation facilities, supplementary feeding for women and children, and non-food items including clothes and blankets.

RESPONSES FROM IFRCS Distribution period: 18.11.2007 to 28.11.2007 Districts

No of Targeted family

Relief Items

Barguna

5,850

Bagerhat Pirojpur Patuakhali Jalokathi Barisal Khulna Bhola Madaripur Gopalganj Satkhira Laxmipur Chandpur Faridpur Narayanganj Total

5,850 5,850 5,850 5,850 5,850 3,750 3,750 3,750 3,750 3,750 3,750 2,400 2,400 2,400 64,800

Dry food( flattened rice and Molasses), Clothing (Saree and lungi ), Blankets Family Kits WPT

RESPONSES FROM World Vision Dstribution period: 21st November to 25th November 2007 Districts Bagerhat

Upazila/ Union Mongla

No of Targeted Families 3,500

Bagerhat

Chitalmari

1,500

Khulna

Laudobe

3,500

Goplagonj

Kotalipara

6,000

Goplagonj

Muksudpur

500

Madaripur

Kalkini

1,600

Barisal

Aghailjhara

3,400

Total

Relief Items Rice Lentils Potato Soybean Oil Salt Sugar/Molasses Flattened Rice ORS Blanket Lungee Saree Sack Shelter Materials (CI Sheets)

300 MT 40 MT 40 MT 40 MT 40 MT 40 MT 40 MT 200,000 sachets 20,000 Pcs 20,000 Pcs 20,000 Pcs 20,000 Pcs 18750 Bundles

20,000

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Situation Report RESPONSES FROM BRAC Relief operation Report Cyclone Sidr 2007-11-23 Date: 22.11.2007 Name of Region

Name of District

No. of Upazila

Barisal

Barisal Jhalokathi Bhola

Total Khulna

Bagerhat Khulna

Total Patuakhali

Patuakhali Pirojpur Barguna

Total Faridpur Total G.Total

Shariatpur Madaripur Gopalgonj

No. of Union

10 4 7

No. of Branch Office 69 22 29

101 32 62

Total Distribution 1700 800 50

Cumulative Distribu tion 3675 2700 1200

21 7 2 9 6 4 4 14 6 4 5 15 59

120 21 10 31 32 25 33 90 14 17 28 59 300

195 41 10 51 67 40 33 140 57 55 74 186 572

2550 4705 0 4705 347 400 2750 3497 0 0 0 0 10752

7575 20050 1000 21050 5000 2700 9600 17300 3000 3000 3000 9000 54925

Food Package: (Rice-10 Kg, Lentil-2 Kg, Potato-2 Kg, Oil- 250 Ml, Salt-1 Kg, Biscuit-2 Pkt, Match-2 Box) Medical Support: No. of Medical Team - 13, Patient Treatment - 4411

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Situation Report Damage Report due to Cyclone SIDR Sr No

Name of District

No. of No. of No. of No. of affected affected Affected Affected upazilla union Family People

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

2 Khulna Satkhira Bagerhat Barisal Jhalokathhi Pirojpur Borguna Bhola Patuakhali Noakhali Feni Laxmipur Chandpur Chittagong Cox's Bazar Jessore Comilla Faridpur Dhaka Munshiganj Gopalgang Madaripur Shariatpur Rajbari Narayanganj Narsingdi Narail Moulvibazar Habiganj Kishorganj Manikganj Total

3

4 9 7 9 10 4 7 5 7 7 5 6 5 8 5 8 8 16 8 5 6 5 4 6 4 4 6 3 3 8 13 7 208

68 70 78 85 34 38 62 68 88 23 54 123 36 43 94 162 83

5 67739 34683 233024 291705 149202 31500 110788 28771 86800 33740 35 9988 38133 2811 2004 55902 14119 38635

6 299937 169287 1034319 350000 700000 155256 650000 147718 611125 217300 156 55695 175579 12505 8555 223608 70527 154540

Damaged Crops (Acr) Full 7 2449 2858 58215 117169 366 227310

3125

1853

67 18002 93771 3080 68 48316 204100 58 92300 595000 3330 65 95562 423023 20536 42 44 14164 57998 6889 70 60558 306538 41 8592 35024 7615 8 149 755 52 1120 6325 73 5473 18140 65 6807 1862 1573815 6776781 461602

Partial 8 30773 40770 45137 223563 1202

Damaged Households Full Partial 9 10 17221 33958 5293 11482 118899 125333 41470 70157 89230 12900 12600 95412 15781 15389 20000 193528 980 2200 30 1479 6652 10342 15443 603 5181 40 1499

148862 254835 19625 263 127483 19301 1482 1276 2008 30104 806 3412 75542 1000 37635 9114 15 2358 2458 480 2230 24700 85000 9460 4991 7509 38295 27993 54325 9359 3789 755 1297 476 5156 34301 24 5280 21656 3629 6177 80 60 89 5043 16087 55 2628 42622 1236698 363346 815628

No. of No. of No. of No. of death injured missing livestock people people death 11 17 19 762 88 45 380 1070 42 451 1 2 5 1 7 1 16 6 7 35 41 17 1 12 3 1 2 1

3033

12 156 2 8956

13

Full 15

14 1

11009 1161 3275 10 8500 35

519 975 14 221

1

1

Affected Educational Institute

559 157 5230 915 18983 240200 176679 7658

2 181

113 277 665

250 2 70

47

Damaged Road (km)

Partial Full Partial 16 17 18 101 133 50 25 1605 60 573 2025 560 573 28 295 557 480 86545 1022 838 150 133 286

92 7

30 3

9

52

98 34

Damaged Damaged Damaged Comments Bridge/ Embankment Trees Culvert (km) 19

20 4 19 250 20

1634

10 258

8

40 40 21

2 30

2 3

2 18 20 119 1232

87 30 159

5

153 10802

6 37 31

21 45170 25400 20000 300000 320000 75000 1000000 150000 175000

23

91 480 35 48 48

700 81673 1200 1500 350 1400 153300 0 300 17000 30444 776429 500 2000 160000

56 3

34511

1828

765 2 5 462815 1355

3 7847 648

88550

1654

581

12000 10000 3359366

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