Flood-2010

Disaster Management Apparatus in Sindh

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FLOOD 2010

Low 2. Sanghar Very Low 1 1 Source : BOR Sindh . 14 15 16 Sukkur Ghotki Shikarpur 2 3 2 17 18 19 Kashmore Jacobabad Larkana 3 2 2 20 21 22 Kambar Dadu Jamshoro 4 4 1 23 Medium 3. NO.Khan Hyderabad Matiari Shaheed Benazirabad Naushahro Feroze Very High 5. 3 5 1 1 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 High 4. NO. 13 DISTRICT Khairpur FLOODS 3 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Scoring Keys: Thatta Badin Thaparkar UmarKot Mirpurkhas Tando Allah Yar Tando Md.RELATIVE SEVERITY OF FLOODS PER DISTRICT IN SINDH SR. 1 DISTRICT Karachi FLOODS 5 SR.

out flowing water can not be drained back into the river at any point .Floods / Rains Some Basic Facts  Topography of Sindh is almost flat    Located at bottom of Indus basin Surplus water including monsoon has to pass through Sindh Hill torrents emanating from Baluchistan also add pressure on both account  River Indus is dangerous because it flows at ridge and in case of breach.

0 8.0 6.0 7.5 2.5 3.5 7.0 6 KOTRI .0 9.0 5.0 2.0 9.0 4.FLOOD LIMITS (In Lacs of Cusecs) SITE DESIGN CAPACITY MEDIUM HIGH LOW FLOOD FLOOD FLOOD VERY HIGH FLOOD EXCEPTION ALLY HIGH FLOOD GUDDU SUKKUR 12.0 3.0 8.5 5.5 9.0 2.5 3.

Flood Movement .

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FLOOD WATER INUNDATED GHAUSPUR ON 10th August .

FLOOD WATER INUNDATED KARAMPUR ON 11th August .

FLOOD WATER INUNDATED THUL ON 12th August .

Shikarpur 60% under water .Kashmore already under water and approximately 260.Sukkur and Khairpur Hosting majority of the displaced population ..Water moving towards Dadu and Larkana -More floods entered Sindh on 14th Aug and will pressure on Guddu and Sukkur barrage .Jacobad under water 300.000 displaced .000 displaced .

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Damages As on 08-09-2010 .

123 Larkana 115 Qambar Shahdadkot Khairpur 287 550 74.624 401.000 345.091 52.A 44.055 52.712 74.039 32.359 Sukkur 130 Ghotki 37.182 119.568 80.491 1.479 Shikarpur 1.480 965.880 100.000 1.831 255.050.290 - 171 36 649 145 447 207 45.157 687.227 41.000 247.251 133.500 838 124.697 17.000 790.000 892.000 135.900 148.563 133 Jacobabad 132.380 46.000 25.778 615 R.409 22.600 20.699 23.689 55.340 589.124 110.300 93.000 615.590 1.000 133.242 159.831 106.424 Naushehro feroze 223 .448 47 322 231 164.DAMAGES CAUSED DUE TO RAIN/FLOOD-2010 District Village Affected Persons Affected Area Affected (in acres) Crop Area Affted (in acres) Houses Damage s Cattle head Relief Camps Estab: Persons in R-Camps Kashmore 1.017.576 105.913 455.189 102.058 400.600 21.500 490.028 497.000 158.

667 - U.170 R.800 135.221 63. Allahyar Thatta 31 79 45.028 3.087.DAMAGES CAUSED DUE TO RAIN/FLOOD-2010 District Village Affected Persons Affected Area Affected (in acres) Crop Area Affted (in acres) Houses Cattle head Relief Camps Estab: Damages Persons in RCamps Dadu S.879 R.909 5.842 432 123.225 977 895.816 148.386.461 25.886 7.011 Matiari T.542 - 26 16 47 44 162 5.630 223.238.253 980.600 36.519 32.485 1.345.868 Badin Sanghar TOTAL 7.418 41.400 2.178 1.551 49.160 6.000 90.000 82 35 130 78. Khan T.850 11.000 560.391 195 208 263.507 7.A 197 60 75 94 10.000 98.140 64.712 37.S 340 254.A R.818 13.578.129 1.842 40.847 .317 7.830 57.500 250.M.372 2. Benazirabad Hyderabad Jamshoro 1.578 89.500 20.A 9.589 3.073.600 177.

37. The numbers are increasing due to Thatta and Dadu protective bund breaches. 11.  7507 villages have been affected. 199 people died. 30 billions Rs.4 billions Rs.51 billions Rs.  Estimated Damages from floods in Sindh is Rs 446. 52 billions Rs.1 billions Rs.386 m affected persons are housed in 3551 Relief Camps.9 billion .INITIAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT  Socio-economic infrastructure in 6 -7 Districts severely affected  1. 134 billions Rs. 50 billions Rs. 122.80 billions • • • • • • • Agriculture: Livestock & Fisheries Irrigation Housing Roads & Communication Health & Education Municipal / Urban / Govern-ance Infrastructure • Early Recovery Rs. 9.

Persons in Relief camps established by Govt Sanghar Mirpurkhas 2% 0% Badin 4% Karachi 6% Thatta 18% Kashmore 12% Shikarpur 6% Sukkur 8% Ghotki 3% Larkana 10% T.M. Allahyar 1% T. Benazirabad 1% Dadu 9% Jacobabad 2% Khairpur 7% Naushehro feroze 2% Qambar Shahdadkot 4% Hyderabad 3% . Khan Matiari 1% 0% Jamshoro 3% S.

M.Persons Affected Jamshoro 4% T. Khan 1% Matiari Hyderabad 1% 1% S. Benazirabad 1% Dadu 14% Thatta 13% Kashmore 9% Shikarpur 11% Sukkur 3% Ghotki 2% Jacobabad 13% Khairpur 5% Naushehro feroze 2% Qambar Shahdadkot 15% Larkana 7% .

PDMA.Response Coordination .

& Livestock etc . Agriculture. Health. LG.Flood  Pre-Monsoon and Flood Plan 2010  Coordination with I&P and All 23 DGs/DDMAs by End of May  Coordination with HQ V Corps in June  Coordination with NDMA in June  Revision of District Plans  Coord with Home. Fish.Pre.

Pre.Flood  Pre-Disaster Coord with UN agencies  Coord with Navy for Placement of SAR Teams  Coord with Air Force for Logistics support  Creation of Disaster Management head in all DG Budgets  Establishment of Provincial & District Control Rooms .

Flood Forecasting Centre. Navy and DGs for rescue through Helis/ Boats Coord with Pak Railways & others for Evacuation .During Flood Rescue Alerts & Warnings on the basis of Inputs from Pak-Met. I&P & Pak Army Coord with Army.

00.000 persons. air-dropped 60 tons of food stuff and 292 food packets delivered by road. and 3 Aircrafts. provided cooked food to about 20. 243 boats. established 3 medical camps (25000 person treated).372 persons.Contribution of Armed Forces Pakistan Army: Pak Army had mobilized 11 Helicopters. . It has rescued 1. and almost 5000 flood-affected persons were evacuated by PAF. 11 Boats along with 15 Air Force Commandoes. 25 healthcare professionals. 85 Sorties of C130s. Pakistan Air Force: 3 Helicopters.

02 Fokker Air Craft for Logistic Supply.Contribution of Armed Forces Pakistan Navy: In North Sindh. Pak Navy had coordinated rescue operations with 4 Helicopters. Pakistan Navy rescued 110. . Sukkur. 84 Zulu Boats.000 Patients. 500 Rescue /Logistic Staff. Kashmore and treated estimated 10. dropped 130 Tons Food etc through Heli/Hover and established Medical Camps in Khairpur. and 03 Hover Crafts. Nawabshah.000 people.

Sukkur.Relief & Logistics Supply of commodities to and coord with Army & Navy for Air drop Coord with Air force for logistics support to Karachi. Shaheed Benazirabad. . Larkana and JacobabadPDMA Unit at Sukkur Air Base Coord with CAA & PIA for Handling of Foreign supplies through Jinnah IntPDMA Unit at Jint.

NGOs for clearance/ logistics/ supply of goods Coord with DGs for articulation of Demand/Supply . MOFA. Sea Port Coord with NDMA. Donors.Relief & Logistics Procurement of Tents and other Essentials for supply through Air/ Land routes Clearance of All relief Supplies through Airport. Foreign missions.

Relief & Logistics Coordinating UN response from Joint PDMA-UN Hubs at Sukkur & Hyderabad. through Clusters PDMA ER Coordinators at Thatta and Dadu Coord with concerned Provincial Depts .

Relief goods dispatched till 08-09-2010 Name of item Tents Quantity 20333 Food Items Medicines 400 Tons 50 Tons Non Food Items Blankets Heli drops Boats Boat Engines 110000 units 13090 pieces Approx 200 heli droppings 10 14 .

Boat Engines.180 Million Major heads: Tents. Ration Bags.130 Million Expenditure incurred to date Rs.Expenditure Incurred Funds released by Government of Sindh Rs. Transportation  Supply Capability Coming to Halt due to Non-availability of Funds At least Rs 100 M are urgently required .

Relief Phases .Post-Disaster Registration of and Compensation to IDPs/ affected families through NADRA  Identification of un-identified dead bodies through joint NCMC-PDMA Cell ERP with UN/ UNDP concentrating on Next Six Months DNA Exercise with WB/ ADB and P&D PDMA-UN-Army Portal and Help Line for Coordinating Post.

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