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  • Situation Report

    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

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    Emergency Title: Emergency Location: Covering Period: Transmission Date/Time: Prepared by:

    Flood, Rainfall, River Situation and Summary of Water Levels

    Current Situation: Overall flood situation of the country has improved significantly. All three major rivers (the mighty Brahmaputra-Jamuna, the Ganges and the Meghna) continued falling.

    FLOOD, RAINFALL AND RIVER SITUATION SUMMARY (as on September 15, 2008) Flood Outlook

    Overall flood situation of the country has improved significantly and hopefully will be over by next 24 hrs.

    All three major rivers (the mighty Brahmaputra-Jamuna, the Ganges and the Meghna) continued

    falling and the receding trend will continue for next 2-3 days.

    Actions Taken

    It has been decided to allot 50000 MT rice/food grains to 22 districts including monga prone and inundated districts (Rangpur, Lalmonirhat, Nilphamari, Gaibandha, Kurigram, Rajshahi, Chapainawabganj (some parts), Sirajganj, Bogra, Netrokona, Jamalpur, Tangail, Munshiganj, Faridpur, Rajbari, Shariatpur, Dhaka (some parts), Narayanganj, Madaripur, Manikganj, Sylhet and Sunamganj) under Test Relief (TR) programme. Under this programme affected road, mosque, madrasa, orphanage, school/college, open fields and other public welfare infrastructures/institutions of inundated and monga prone districts will be reconstructed/renovated.

    3450 MT GR rice, BDT 56,00,000 as GR cash and BDT 28,08,000 for household have been allocated

    to flood affected 22 districts in recent times.

    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: info@dmic.cdmp.org.bdH, dmb@btcl.net.bd Web: Hhttp://www.cdmp.org.bdH, www.dmb.gov.bd

    Flood Situation

    From: SUN-14-SEP-2008:1200 To: MON-15-SEP-2008:1200

    DMIC, DMB

    MON-15-SEP-2008:1500

    Bangladesh 2022'N-2636'N, 8748'E-9241'E,

  • Situation Report

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    84.81 MT food grains distributed among 64 districts against 5654000 cards under VGF programme

    giving top priority to the 22 monga and flood affected districts.

    Communication with DRRO and DC office is being made regularly to receive the update of flood situation.

    All respective DRROs are advised to send latest situations over emails to dmb@btcl.net.bd,

    info@cdmp.org.bd and by fax at +880 2 8851615 and +880 2 9890854. Summary of Water Level

    D.L. Danger Level * Tidal Station

    Rainfall Significant rainfalls recorded during last 24 hrs ending at 6 AM today are:

    Station Name Rainfall in mm Station Name Rainfall in mm Lama 70.0 Coxs Bazaar 27.0

    General River Condition

    Monitored water Level stations 73 Steady 0 Rise 07 Not reported 0 Fall 66 Above danger level 03

    [Source: Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre - FFWC]

    WATER LEVEL District River Station Name D.L. (m) 14-09-2008

    (cm) 15-09-2008

    (cm) BRAHMAPUTRA BASIN

    Narayanganj LAKHYA Narayanganj 5.50 + 05 Below D.L. Dhaka TONGI KHAL Tongi 6.08 + 04 Below D.L.

    Manikganj KALIGANGA Taraghat 8.38 + 28 + 15 Manikganj DHALESWARI Jagir 8.23 + 17 Below D.L.

    GANGES BASIN Munshiganj PADMA Bhagyakul 6.00 + 16 + 05 Madaripur ARIALKHAN Madaripur 4.17 + 21 + 10

    MEGHNA BASIN Kishorhanj MEGHNA Bhairab Bazar 6.25 +7 Below D.L.

  • Situation Report

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    Rainfall Deviation

    [Source: Bangladesh Meteorological Department] [Date: September 15, 2008]

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    River Situation Map (As on September 15, 2008)

    [If you need higher resolution map of the above please send a request to info@dmic.cdmp.org.bd]

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    District wise Flood Situation Chapainawabganj Water entered into 10 unions of Sadar & Shibganj upazila. 731 households, 4040 persons of 808 families, crops - 800 acre fully, 5189 acre partially, 4 mosques, 2 schools and 1 bazaar affected of around 48 sq. km area. The Mohanonda and the Padma are flowing below danger level. Situation is improved. Sirajganj 357 sq. km low laying areas of 5 upazilas (Sadar, Kazipur, Shahjadpur, Belkuchi, Chouhali) inundated. 36 unions, 86530 people of 20143 families, 13 houses totally, 8171 households partially, 115 km road, 53 educational institutions partially and 2 culvert partially damaged. 750 persons took place in 9 flood shelter. Situation is improving rapidly as water is decreasing. Bogra Water entered heavily and low laying riverbank areas of the Korotoa inundated as flood control embankment has been breached. 80870 people of 13002 families, households 335 fully, 3335 partially, crops 10609 acres partially affected. Total 239 sq. km area inundated. 1600 people took place in 7 shelters. Situation is improving as water is receding. Nilphamari Flood situation is normal now. In 8 unions of 2 upazilas, 10.12 sq. km. area inundated and 150 households, 745 people of 179 families affected. Lalmonirhat Water has receded from most of 22.26 sq. km. affected areas. Damage has been reported as follows: affected upazila 5, union 32, families 1795, people 7180, crops 7751 (partially), households 1113 (partially), embankment 0.25 km (partially). Teesta and Dharla are flowing below danger level. Flood situation has improved. Gaibandha The Ghagot is flowing below danger level. Flood situation has improved. Few low laying areas of 4 upazilas inundated. 63.00 sq. km area was flooded. 12 unions, 1548 families, 6192 persons, 35296 acres crops (partially), 75 km road (partially) and 7 km embankment (partially) affected. Information of death of 1 person reported. Kurigram The Dharla, Tista, Brahmaputra and the Dudhkumar are flowing below danger mark. Water is receded. Flood situation has improved. In 60 unions of 9 upazilas, 54648 families affected. Besides total number of affected area 803.68 sq. km, people 205106, crops 109033 acre partially, households 4388 totally, 28451 partially, road 269 km, embankment 11.55 km partially, culvert 39, educational/religious institution 34 totally, 49 partially. Rangpur The Tista and the Jamuneshwari are flowing below danger mark. Flood situation is normal. But due to river erosion, 80 acres of crops field affected partially. 1310 people of 262 families of 3 unions partially affected. Dhaka Due to rise of river water, in 120 sq. km. area of 22 unions of 5 upazila of Tejgaon circle, 22685 peoples of 4596 families, 201 households totally, 3202 households partially, 5242 acre crops, 7 km road totally, 141 km road partially, 3 km embankment, 10 educational/religious institutions affected. At Present Situation is improving as water is receding. Jamalpur The Jamuna and old Brahmaputra is flowing below danger mark. Flood situation is normal. Damage has been reported as follows: affected upazila 8, areas 426.93 sq. km., union 48, family 53840, people 212167, household 2108 totally, 8005 partially, crops 89661 acres partially (according to District Agriculture Office), road 299.60 km, embankment 25.5 km, bridge/culvert 1 totally, 8 partially, educational institution 4 totally, 20 partially.

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    Faridpur Padma is flowing above danger level. 67561 peoples of 15534 families of 18 unions of 4 upazilas near the Padma are affected by riverbank erosion and inundation. Along with this 3600 households partially, 1420 acre crops totally, 5231 acre crops partially, 4 km road totally, 66 km road partially, 3 km embankment and 48 institutions have been affected. 1 person died in flood. Situation has improved as water receded. Rajbari The Padma is flowing below danger level. Due to continuous decrease of water situation is improving. The char area outside of ring embankment inundated. Total affected upazila 3, union 9, family 45, people 225. Madaripur The Arialkhan is decreasing and flowing above danger level. Low laying areas of Sadar and Shibchar upazila are inundated. Situation is improving. 543 acre crops affected due to inundation. Damage due to river erosion has been reported as follows: affected upazila 4, union 58, family 817, people 4085, crops 543 acre.

    Shariatpur 64775 people of 12458 families of 30 unions of 6 upazilas, 6066 households partially, 660 acr crops partially, 157 km road partially, and 78 educational institutions partially, 2 km embankment and 18 bridge/culverts have been affected. Flood situation is improving as water is receding. Manikganj The Jamuna is flowing below danger level but kaliganga is till above danger level. Water is decreasing rapidly. Total Affected: Upazila 7, Union 45, area 295 sq.km, family 11794, people 50931, crops 2181 acre (partial), household 1263 (full), household 9061 (partial), no of death 4, dead livestock 1, road 22 km (full), 224 km (partial), embankment 7 km (partial) and educational/religious institution 2 full, 34 partial. Situation is improving. Munshiganj The Padma is receding and flowing above danger level. 5485 people are water logged. Other damage information yet not received. Damage due to river erosion has been reported as follows: upazila 3, union 5, family 551, people 2364, household 591 (washed away).

    Tangail Sadar and kalihati upazila along with other low lying areas near to riverbank have been inundated. Total Affected: upazila 5, union 27, family 14344, people 64285, Crops 23329 (partial), household 850 (full), household 1518 (partial), Road 185 km (partial) educational institution 3 and Embankment 11.5 km. Situation is improving. Chandpur The Meghna is receded. Situation is normal. 4 sq. km area of Sadar and Haimchar upazila ruined due to river erosion. In 4 unions, 2210 people of 365 families, household 292 (totally), household 73 (partially), 4 km roads and 1 educational institution affected. Sylhet Surma and Kushiyara are flowing flowing danger level. No flood situation has been reported from anywhere. Satkhira Households and shrimp farms of 10 villages of Gabura union of Shamnagar upazila flooded as ring embankment breached due to heavy pressure of the Kabadak. The water is receding and flowing below danger level. The situation is normal. Sherpur 136.62 sq. km area affected due to heavy rainfall and onrush water from upstream. Total Affected: family 13365, people - 66825, Crops 535 (full), Crops 21310 acr (partial), household 915 (full), household 125 (partial), Road 17 km (full), Road 295 km (partial), educational institution 30, embankment 11 km, Bridge/culvert 13. At present Brahmaputra is flowing below danger level. Water level is receded from low lying areas. Situation is improving.

  • Situation Report

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    Kushtia 113 sq. km low laying areas flooded due to water level rise of the Padma. Total Affected: family 1403, people 7015, household 1403, road - 61 km (partial) and educational / religious institution 82. Situation is improving due to water decreased in river. [Source: Relief Control Cell, Ministry of Food and Disaster Management] [Data Date: September 14, 2008]

    Relief Status

    District G.R. Rice (MT) G. R. Cash (Tk.) House Building (TK) Name Allocation Distribution In Stock Allocation Distribution In Stock Allocation Distribution In Stock 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 Chapainawabganj 100.000 11.540 88.460 150000 10000 140000 50000 500002 Sirajganj 300.000 183.000 117.000 350000 210000 140000 50000 500003 Bogra 100.000 14.000 86.000 250000 30000 220000 50000 500004 Kurigram 300.000 186.120 113.880 750000 405000 345000 50000 500005 Lalmonirhat 100.000 19.250 80.750 350000 21500 328500 250000 2500006 Gaibandha 100.000 19.000 81.000 150000 20000 130000 150000 17000 1330007 Rangpur 50.000 2.600 47.400 50000 50000 350000 350000 08 Nilphamari 100.000 5.240 94.760 250000 172000 78000 150000 42000 1080009 Dhaka 250.000 132.000 118.000 650000 450000 200000 150000 50000 10000010 Faridpur 700.000 318.640 381.360 450000 257000 193000 150000 50000 10000011 Madaripur 200.000 38.340 161.660 350000 213400 136600 250000 116000 13400012 Shariatpur 100.000 25.200 74.800 150000 38000 112000 50000 5000013 Rajbari 50.000 50.000 50000 50000 50000 5000014 Manikganj 150.000 68.440 81.560 350000 184600 165400 100000 26000 7400015 Jamalpur 150.000 39.000 111.000 250000 51000 199000 50000 3000 4700016 Sherpur 50.000 4.630 45.370 50000 50000 50000 21500 2850017 Tangail 100.000 9.350 90.650 150000 129000 21000 150000 128000 2200018 Munshiganj 100.000 26.570 73.430 250000 250000 208000 161000 4700019 Chandpur 50.000 12.970 37.030 50000 50000 50000 2000 4800020 Sylhet 100.000 100.000 150000 150000 50000 5000021 Satkhira 150.000 13.000 137.000 250000 31000 219000 50000 5000022 Kustia 150.000 22.280 127.720 150000 25000 125000 350000 315000 35000 Total 3450.000 1151.170 2298.830 5600000 22475003352500 2808000 12815001526500

    [Source: Relief Control Cell, Ministry of Food and Disaster Management] [Data Date: September 15, 2008]

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    Damage Report

    AffetedBridge/Culvert

    No. ofShelters

    No. ofpeople

    in shelterFull Partial Full Partial Full Partial Partial Full Full Partial (No.)

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 221 Chapainawabganj 2 48.00 10 808 4040 800 5189 731 62 Sirajganj 5 357.00 1 36 20143 86530 1356 1030 13 8171 1 114 7 46 2 4 13003 Bogra 3 239.00 13 13002 80870 10609...

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