You are on page 1of 11

AN FOR RECONSTRUCTION IN CYCLONE/HEAVY RAIN IN 14 AFFECTED DISTRICTS

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY & VETERINARY SERVICES SECTOR

Heavy Rain/Cyclone Phailin 2013

Directorate of ah & vs, odisha, cuttack


ACTION PLAN FOR RECONSTRUCTION FOR CYCLONE/HEAVY RAIN IN 14 AFFECTED
DISTRICTS OF ODISHA
ANIMAL HUSBANDRY & VETERINARY SERVICES SECTOR

1. Introduction

The recent devastating cyclone/heavy rain Phailin 2013, which affected 14 of the 30
districts in the State resulted in huge losses of the livestock resources of the State. Details of
the livestock population affected by the cyclone/heavy rain in these 14 districts are as
follows:

Total No. of Large Small


No. of
Large No. of the animal animal
No. of the VD
Sl. Animal No. of G.P/ LAC in populatio populatio
Name of the Village in the
No populatio affected NAC the n affected n
District affecte affecte
. n Block/ NAC affecte affecte affected
d d
d d
villages
villages
1 Balasore 871186 11 blocks 112 885 17 51 241299
2 Bhadrak 585739 4 blocks 74 185 7 19 170195 41530
3 Cuttack 657089 Block-14 342 1955 26 159 525000 300000
ULB-4
4 Dhenkanal 480571 Block-8 198 318 7 30 11
NAC-3
Munpty.-1
5 Ganjam 787677 Block-20 433 2495 36 228 632000 253500
NAC-16
Mun-1
6 Gajapati 227502 4 blocks 25 223 6 15 29000 12000
7 Jagatsinghpu 356872 Block-8 180 1249 12 89 314256 117374
r NAC-2
Ward-39
8 Jajpur 637143 Block-10 280 1586 19 97 503555 194274
Mun-2
Ward-44
9 Kendrapara 474044 5 blocks 10 71 6 10 20684 2378
10 Keonjhar 698831 Block-2 17 96 2 9 42247 18913

11 Khordha 398643 Block-10 165 20 96 1281 382


NAC-2
Muncipality
-3
Ward-114
12 Mayurbhanj 1510785 Block-10 54 213 11 19 36866 48200
Ward-6
Mun.-1
13 Nayagarh 310903 Block-8 120 955 16 55 146559 77733
NAC-2
Ward-39
14 Puri 398521 11 blocks 230 1720 15 147 440581 190180
83,95,506 125 blocks
TOTAL & 31 NAC
& Mun -8 2240 11951 200 1024 3103534 1256464
2. Measures taken by the Department

The Department took all possible preventive measures well in advance to handle the
disaster situation so as TO ensure prevention of loss to animal life as far as possible. These
included:

All CDVOs were oriented on 9th October, 2013 through video conference to
make all preparatory measures.

The CDVOs were asked to inform the District Collector about storage of cattle
feed at some strategic locations at district level. The District Collector have
sent a letter to CMD, OMFED about storage of cattle feed at specific storage
points in the name of milk union. If the cattle feed would not be used in the
course of cyclone, same can be utilized in concerned milk union.

All CDVOs in undivided Cuttack, Puri, Balasore, Ganjam, Mayurbhanj,


Keonjhar, Dhenkanal Districts opened control room. The control room are
functional with Telephone, Fax, Internet connectivity and landline and mobile
phones were on. DG sets were to be kept in readiness. Department Vehicles
were filled in with fuel. Additional vehicles were requisitioned in consultation
with district authority and permission was given to utilise DLRDS funds to
meet contingency expenses.

Advance cattle health measures in potential areas should be taken up and


close watch on the field situation are to be kept.

The control room was made functional at Directorate. Meeting was convened
every day to assess the situation by Director. Similarly, CDVOs reviewed the
situation every day about the field condition. Instruction was given for not
allowing leave for staff.

All the CDVOs were required to submit a preliminary report about the
vulnerable areas and preparatory measures taken.

All the CDVOs were contacted well in advance to work out the requirement of
cattle feed in the areas to be affected by the flood. Cattle feed was stored at
strategic locations in the vulnerable districts to prevent any situation of
shortage of feed and distress to animals.

The Orissa State Milk Producers Federation (OMFED) was nominated as the
Nodal Agency to supply quality cattle feed as per the indents of the concerned
districts.
The Mobile Veterinary Units (13 MVUs) from Keonjhar, Phulbani, Mayurbhanj
were deployed to affected district. Mobile Team consisting of one Veterinary
Doctor, two Livestock Inspectors and one Attendant was deployed in each
Block at the Veterinary Dispensary level to move about in the affected areas
for treatment of animals.

The Veterinary Doctors Mobile Team consisting of one Veterinary Doctor and
two Livestock Inspectors was also placed in each affected Block at the
Veterinary Dispensary level by deploying personnel from nearby districts not
affected by flood.

Pre disaster vaccination of cattle and poultry birds against contagious


diseases like Haemorrhagic Septicaemia (H.S), Black Quarter (BQ), Foot and
Mouth Disease (FMD), Ranikhet Disease (RD) was taken up on a war footing
in all the flood-affected districts. About 61.71 lakh doses of vaccines of
different kinds were supplied to 14 affected districts and as per the reports
received by 17th October, 2013 70 % of the vaccine have been utilised. Steps
are being taken to procure and supply additional doses of vaccine to the Chief
District Veterinary Officers (CDVOs).

The concerned CDVOs were authorized to incur contingent expenditure for


hiring of vehicles for transporting animal carcasses for disposal from DLRDS
funds which was done promptly in all the affected districts.

260 teams with 260 Veterinary Doctors and 767 Livestock Inspectors have
been put in place in affected Districts to provide medicines and vaccines to
animals wherever necessary.

Carcasses of 1142 (1059 of Ganjam District) Large Animal, 2717 (2645 of


Ganjam District) Small animals & 1, 61,949 birds have been disposed off in
affected Districts of the State.

50 ANANDMARGI workers were put on job for disposal of carcasses in Ganjam


District. They have covered Chikiti & Digapahandi area. Dr. Jaladhar Mallick,
Dy. Director (Fodder Dev.), Nodal Officer, CDVO, Ganjam and SDVOs are
monitoring the relief measures and carcass disposal work. 2.7 MT of
Bleaching Powder and 1.2 MT of lime have been sent to Ganjam district.
3. Supply of Fodder / Feed in the Cattle Camps

3.1 About 31 lakh cattle and buffaloes and 12.5 lakh small animals were affected during
the recent cyclone/heavy rain. It was felt necessary to stock cattle feed for 3 days for
these animals, the requirement of which worked out to be 5620 MT. The requirement
of cattle feed was calculated @ 1 kg / animal / day for large animals for a period of
3days. As per the CRF norms, Rs. 50/- per day is admissible towards the cost of
concentrate/ green fodder and medicine. The cattle feed is being supplied by the
Orissa State Milk Producers Federation (OMFED) (@ Rs.18.84/- per Kg.) from the
production in their own Feedmix Plant.

Cost per MT
Amount
Sl. CRF Norms Quantity (incl.
(Rs. in
No Rs.50/- per large animal per day (in MT) transport)
lakhs)
(in Rs.)
Concentrate feed requirement for
(i) 5620 20,000.00 1124.00
large animals @ 1 kg/ day for 3 days
Total 1124.00

4. Animal Health Care

Around 43.5 lakh large and small animals were affected in 14 districts where the
recent cyclone/heavy rain occurred. 61.71 lakh doses of vaccine (in single and multiple
doses) were supplied and more than 70 % of the vaccines were administered to the livestock
in the affected districts. Till date, about 50,000 animals were also treated for different
diseases in the health camp and mobile veterinary camps. The livestock population in the
flood-affected areas become highly susceptible to different contagious and infectious
diseases owing to the unhygienic conditions during the flood which result in the outbreak of
various livestock and poultry diseases. The stress due to starvation also increases the
susceptibility of the animals to different diseases. In order to reduce morbidity and mortality
of the livestock, it is essential to organize Animal Treatment Camps for rendering curative
health care services in the flood-affected districts. Hence, it is proposed to organize in an
average 2 animal treatment camps per GP to provide veterinary health care in the affected
districts to treat animals with a multi-pronged approach so as to remove the burden of
disease and reduce chances of mortality. The details of the cost required for purchase of
vaccines and medicines of different kinds are indicated below:
Sl.
Total Cost
No Type of vaccine / medicine with quantity
(in Rs.)
.
a) Vaccines

1. 5 lakh doses of vaccine for Haemorrhagic Septicaemia


(H.S) @Rs.1/- per dose 500000
2. 2 lakh doses of vaccine for Black Quarter (B.Q) @Rs.1/-
per dose 200000
3. 12.3 lakh doses of vaccine for Foot and Mouth Disease
(FMD) @ Rs.8.00/- per dose 9840000
5 lakh doses of vaccine for Goat Pox disease @Rs.1/- per
4.
dose 1000000
5. 11 lakh doses of vaccine for Peste-de-Petits Ruminant
(PPR) disease for sheep and goats @Rs.2/- per dose 2200000
6. 50,000 doses of vaccine for Entero Toxaemia (ENT)
disease for sheep and goats @Rs.2/- per dose 50000
13790000
Total (Vaccines)

b) Medicines

1 Curative / supportive treatment and Deworming in Animal


Health Camps ( 4480) @Rs.12000/- per camp 53760000
Total (Medicines) 53760000
(Vaccines + Medicines) Total 6,75,50,000.0
(a) + (b) 0

Thus, a total amount of Rs. 6,75,50,000 or Rs.6.76 crore is needed for purchase of vaccines
and medicines to be supplied and used in the field during the period of the flood.

5. Damage to Departmental Infrastructure

5.1 There are 540 Veterinary Dispensaries (VD) and 2939 Livestock Aid Centres (LAC) in
the State of which 286 Veterinary Dispensaries and 1657 Livestock Aid Centres are
located in the 14 affected areas. The Departmental institutions were badly damaged
due to the cyclone/heavy rain and require substantial expenditure for repair and
restoration. Besides the buildings, the equipment and instruments as well as the
furniture in some institutions also got damaged due to cyclone/heavy rain 2013.

5.2 The details of the damage to buildings of institutions in 14 affected districts as per
preliminary assessment by the Department is enclosed in Annexure- II.

5.3 As per the preliminary assessment based on the reports received till date, the
requirement of funds for proper repair / restoration of the Veterinary Dispensaries and
Livestock Aid Centre and other office buildings is Rs.3.07 crores. The funds are
essentially required to take up immediately the required repair and restoration of the
damaged buildings to ensure that these service institutions in the rural areas come
back on the rails and delivery of these essential services is not adversely affected.

6. Summary of Fund Requirement for AH&VS Sector


A. Requirement of funds for Animal Health Care and Nutrition (as per CRF Norms)

Sl. Funds Required


Activity
No. (Rs. in lakhs)

1. Provision of fodder/ feed concentrate 1124.00

2. Preventive Health Care 137.90

3. Animal Treatment Camps 537.60


Replacement of animals (details in Annexure-
4. * 142.50
II)
Total 1942.00

* For replacement of animals, the requirement of funds worked out in keeping with the
CRF norms is Rs. 142.50 lakhs which would be compensated later on.
It may be considered to provide the entire requirement of funds amounting to
Rs.142.50 lakhs for replacement of the dead animals and birds so that the huge loss
suffered by small and marginal farmers can be made up.
B. Requirement of funds for Repair / Restoration of Infrastructure

Sl. Funds Required


Activity
No. (Rs. in lakhs)

1. Civil Construction/repair/ restoration of VDs / LACs 307.15


Installation of DG Set at important institutions for
2. maintenance of Cold Chain management - 80 216.00
(15KVA) @ Rs. 2.7 lakhs
3. Restoration of OMFED dairy plant and other infrastructure 257.00

Total 780.15
Abstract on Loss and damage to ARD Sector due to Heavy Rain/Cyclone 2013 as on
16.10.2013

To be met
Support from out of
SRC required ASCAD
Sl. No Type of loss Unit (Rs. in lakhs) Funds
Provision of fodder/ feed
1 concentrate 1870271.5 1124
2 Preventive Health Care 3200000 137.9
3 Animal Treatment Camps 4480 537.6
2006 (Milch animal
- 623, Draught
animal - 60 , Calf-
Replacement of animals 114 , Small animal -
4 (details in Annexure-I) 1209) 142.5
Restoration of Departmental
5 Institutions 101 780.15
2764.25 137.9
Annexure - I

Amount
proposed to
Damage in Physical terms
be met from
SRC Funds

Sl.
No Dhenkanal
1 Compound wall of VD, Gondia partially damaged 2.00
2 VAS Quarter VD, Parjanga partially damaged 3.00
3 VAS Quarter VD, Kamakshyanagar partially damaged 5.00
4 Compound wall of VH, Dhenkanal partially damaged 1.00
5 VD, Joranda partially damaged by fall of tree 3.00
6 VD, Parjanga partially damaged by fall of tree 3.00
7 VAS Quarter Joranda partially damaged 5.00
8 Treatment shed of VD Kaimati partially damaged 2.00
Sub Total 24.00
Ganjam
9 CIL, Berhampur building completely damaged 7.50
10 Vety. Hospital, Berhampur roof partially damaged 3.00
11 Vety. Hospital, Berhampur store room roof partially damaged 2.00
12 SDVO office Berhampur roof blown away 5.00
13 RP building completed damaged 6.50
14 Store room of CDVO office, Ganjam completed damaged 5.00
15 Garage of CDVO office, Ganjam completed damated 4.00
16 Store room and garage of OBPI, Berhampur (SU) fully damaged 4.00
17 Compound wall of ISPO Hall partially damaged 1.50
18 Two Menial Quarter of CDVO campus fully damaged 6.00
19 Compound wall of CDVO office, Ganjam partially damaged 1.00
20 SDVO office, Chhatrapur partially damaged 3.00
21 SDVO office, Bhanjanagar partially damaged 2.50
22 Poultry sheds of DPF, Bhanjanagar completely damaged 30.00
23 LBD Farm, Bhanjanagar office partially damaged 2.00
24 9 Cow sheds of LBD Farm, Bhanjanagar completely damaged 13.50
25 Kitchen room of AHDSTI & ETC, Bhanjanagar partially damaged 1.50
26 Compound wal of AHDSTI & ETC Bhanjangar partially damaged 2.50
27 VD Buguda partially damaged 2.00
28 VD Patrapur partially damaged 2.00
29 VD Chattrapur partially damaged 2.00
30 Treatment shed of VD Dengausta fully damaged 2.00
31 VAS Quarter of VD Dengausta fully damaged 5.00
32 VD Aska partially damaged 2.50
33 VD Belaguntha partially damaged 2.00
34 VD Korapalli partially damaged 2.00
120.00
Sub Total

Gajapati
35 Boundary wall of VD, Kashinagar partially damaged 1.00
36 Store Room roof of VD, Gurandi partially damaged 1.00
Sub Total 2.00
Khordha
37 VAS Quarter of VD Bolagarh partilly damaged 1.00
38 Outdoor of VD Begunia fully damaged 3.00
39 LAC building(old) Gudum fully damaged 1.00
40 Old outdoor of VD Khurda partially damaged 0.50
41 Menial quarter of VD Khurda partially damaged 0.50
42 LAC Haladia (old building) partially damaged 0.50
43 Outdoor of VD Balugaon fully damaged 0.50
44 VAS Quarter of VD Balugaon partially damaged 0.50
45 Menial quarter of VD Balugaon partially damaged 0.50
46 Overhead tank and wall of LAC, Jasuapur partially damaged 0.20
Sub Total 8.20
Mayurbhanja
47 VD, Anla partially damaged 4.00
48 VD, Baisinga partially damaged 4.00
49 VD, Betanati partially damaged 4.00
50 VD, Badasahi partially damaged 4.00
51 VD, Puruna Baripada partially damaged 4.00
52 VD, Kusalda partially damaged 4.00
53 VD, Shamakhunta partially damaged 4.00
54 VD, Batihinja partially damaged 4.00
55 VD, Morada partially damaged 4.00
56 VD, Kuliana partially damaged 4.00
57 LAC, Nakhara partially damaged 2.00
58 LAC, Gadadeulia partially damaged 2.00
59 LAC, Jugal partially damaged 2.00
60 LAC, Merada partially damaged 2.00
61 LAC, Singhahatia partially damaged 2.00
62 LAC, Kochilakhua partially damaged 2.00
63 LAC, Durgapur partially damaged 2.00
64 LAC, Sialikhanti partially damaged 2.00
65 LAC, Haladipada partially damaged 2.00
66 LAC, Narayangaon partially damaged 2.00
67 LAC, Bhimada partially damaged 2.00
68 LAC, Patrapur partially damaged 2.00
69 LAC, Jaida partially damaged 2.00
70 LAC, Sagunapada partially damaged 2.00
71 LAC, Baiganbadia partially damaged 2.00
72 LAC, Satapautia partially damaged 2.00
73 LAC, Balidihi partially damaged 2.00
74 LAC, Bhuasuni partially damaged 2.00
75 LAC, Bramhanigaon partially damaged 2.00
Sub Total 78.00
Nayagarh
76 Boundary wall of VH, Nayagarh partially damaged 3.00
77 Asbestos roof of VAS quarter, Gania partially damaged 3.00
78 Outdoor of VD, Darpanarayanpur partially damaged 3.00
79 Outdoor of VD, Pandasar partially damaged 3.00
80 Main building of VD, Ranpur partially damaged 3.00
81 Outdoor of VD, Gania partially damaged 3.00
82 Wall & roof of LAC, Baigania partially damaged 2.00
Sub Total 20.00
Puri
83 LAC, Banakhandi (Begunia) fully damaged 15.00
84 VAS quarter of VD, Bramhagiri partially damaged 5.00
85 Boundary wall of VH, Puri partially damaged 5.00
86 Boundary wall & outdoor of VD, Brahmagiri partially damaged 5.00
87 Outdoor of VD, Kanas completely damaged 5.00
88 Boundary wall & outdoor of VD, Berboi partially damaged 5.00
89 Boundary wall of VD, Nimapada partially damaged 5.00
90 Asbestos of LAC, Junei (Gop) blown away 3.00
91 Asbestos of LAC, Baku (Kanas) blown away 3.00
92 Asbestos of LAC, Kalyanpur (Berboi) blown away 3.00
Sub Total 54.00
Cuttack
93 7 fibre windows broken of DTC, Cuttack 0.35
94 Boundary wall of VH, Buxibazar partially damaged 0.60
Sub Total : 0.95
Grand Total : 307.15
Annexure - II
Animal Husbandry (Replacement of Animals) Tentative Report as on 15.10.2013

Assistance sought
No of animals
(Milch animals @ Rs.
qualifying for relief
16400/0 Buffalo / cow /
grant (i.e. subject to
camel / yak etc and Rs. Total
ceiling of 1 large
1650/ Sheep / Goal & Assist
milch animal or 4
No of Cattle lost Draghat Animals @ Rs. ance
small milch animals
Name 15000/- sough
S or 1 large draught
of Camle/horse/bullock t (11 +
l. animal or 2 small
affecte etc & Rs. 10,000/- 12+13
N draught animal per
d Calf / Donkey / poney / +14
o household)
Distric Mule
.
t Milch Draught Milch Draught Milch Draught
Animal Animal Animal Animal Animal Animal
Buf Sh Buf Sh
Buff She
falo ee C falo ee C
Bull Bull alo / ep / Bull
/ p/ al / p/ al Calf
ock ock Cow Go ock
Co Go f Co Go f
/ at
w at w/ at
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15
0
Balas
1 ore 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bhadr 492 4920
2 ak 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0
Cuttac 114 264 300 200 1912
3 k 7 28 2 2 7 16 2 2 800 00 00 00 00
Dhenk
4 anal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
888 185
Ganja
13 8 11 8 880 790 675 820 1224
m
5 565 80 35 6 542 26 45 2 0 0 000 000 1700
Gajap 1 147 132 900 600 3108
6 ati 10 12 7 1 9 8 6 6 600 00 00 00 00
Jagats
inghp 656 330 200 8890
7 ur 4 2 0 2 4 2 0 2 00 0 0 00 0
330
Jajpur
8 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3300
Kendr 300 200 5000
9 apara 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 00 00 0
1 Keonj 990 150 2490
0 har 0 6 1 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 00 0 0
1 Khord 213 165 450 700 3447
1 ha 13 10 3 7 13 10 3 7 200 00 00 00 00
1 Mayur 164 132 2960
2 bhanj 5 16 0 0 1 8 0 0 00 00 0 0 0
1 Nayag 115 1155
3 arh 0 17 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 50 0 0 0
1 1 1 721 396 150 130 9062
Puri
4 232 39 1 3 44 24 1 3 600 00 00 000 00
19 11
1 1 102 94 90 40
Total
83 15 2 62 12 1 172 85 00 00 1425
7 12 51 3 3 09 60 4 00 0 00 0 2050