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Preface

Bangladesh is a disaster prone country in the world. Due to Geographical disadvantage, the
environment, losing balance of power, are facing various catastrophe like inundation, Tornados,
drought, Erosion of river, earthquake, various cyclone, fogginess, white squall and so on.
Bangladesh is river mothered country. The erosion of river for over flow of water, destroy the
location of river side and all the inhabitants lose their all sort of livelihood and livestock and
took shelter being pauper in the hovel on the high land or roads. Not only that, but also, men
and industries created catastrophe become the bane for calamity and people use to live in
alarming plight. And also, by the horrific effect, all sort of assets, lives, livelihood, livestock and
other resources of the locality may fall in danger. It does not destroy only the located people,
also create obstacle for National and economical resources of the country. Though it is a disaster
prone country but long term Disaster Management plan has not been prepared for saving the
human being, their all sort of resources, livelihood, animals and other asset, rather have been
given importance to rehabilitation and on relief. Recently Government of Bangladesh has
taken an initiative on the subject Disaster Management Planning through CDMP 2. To
implement the plan in action, primarily has taken an initiative for indication Disaster Risk
through conversation with all sorts of local people, District Management Committee. For
Preparedness and reducing risk Disaster Management Plan has provided to Naogaon District
by indicating local disaster risks through Disaster Management Plan which will be efficacy
for the forthcoming days.
At the time to providing the Plan all classes of people like male, female, cultivator, landless
people, aged person, local elite persons, District Disaster Management Committee Members
(DDMC) were congregated. Locally this conspicuous doings have been done by the hard toiling
of Shushilan Staffs and related analysis individuals. Disaster Management Committee of
Naogaon District have provided this plan by efficacy toiling and restless endeavor. All kinds of
important heart rending calamities as, awareness creation among family members and locality, to
take preparation for facing risk would have to use local recourses, replacement of living assets
and people to a safety place, rescue impediment people, necessary goods indication, and relief
distribution have been included in the District Disaster Management Plan. If that plan come
into being all kinds of calamities would be reduce and all sorts of materials of the people would
be safe. Not only that, but also have included preparation before and after disaster, mitigation
disaster by using Local resources, social assets, safety places, indication the causes of disaster,
disaster warning sign, mostly disaster prone location, climate changes and its horrific effect,
development sectors and name of the local volunteers as well as organization.
I am giving thanks from my core of heart to those very persons who have taken part and have
given advice, like all Government and Non-Government Organizations and local persons to
perform the conspicuous act in good manner. I am confident; this Disaster Management Plan
which has prepared by the coherent cooperation of local people, Local Governances and other
local organizations should help to Disaster Management Committee and other sectors
(Government, International and National NGO, as well as Donor) to perform all acts as a overall
plan.

Table of Content
Preface
Index
List of Table
List of Figure
List of Graph
List of Map

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Chapter one: Introduction to Local Area

1-16

1.1 Background
1.2 Objectives of Planning
1.3 Introduction to Naogaon Zilla
1.3.1 Geographical Location of Zilla
1.3.2 Area of Naogaon Zilla
1.3.3 Demography
1.4 Structural and Non-structural Information
1.4.1 Infrastructure
1.4.2 Social Resource
1.4.3 Weather and Climate
1.4.4 Others
Chapter Two: Disaster, Hazard and Vulnerability

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2.1 History of Disaster

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2.2 Hazards of the zilla

18

2.3 Description of Different Types of Hazards with Present and Future


Illustration

18

2.4 Vulnerability and Capability

19

2.5 Most Vulnerable Area

21

2.6 Main Development Sectors

22

2.7 Social Map

25

2.8 Hazard and Risk Map

25

2.9 Seasonal Calendar of Hazard

28

2.10 Seasonal Calendar of Livelihood

29

2.11 Vulnerability on Life and Livelihood

29

2.12 Sector-wise Risk and Hazard

30

2.13 Climate Change and Its Possible Effect


Chapter Three: Disaster Risk Reduction

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33-47

3.1. Identification of Risk Reason

33

3.2. Ways of Risk Reduction

35

3.3. NGO Development Planning

38

3.4. Disaster Management Action Plan

41

3.4.1. Pre Disaster Preparation

41

3.4.2. During Disaster Preparation

44

3.4.3. Post Disaster Preparation

45

3.4.4. Preparation for Normal Period

47

Chapter Four: Emergency Response


4.1. Emergency Operation Centre (EOC)
4.1.1. Emergency Control Room Management
4.2. Planning for Hazard Period
4.2.1. Preparing the Volunteers
4.2.2. Warning Announcement
4.2.3. Measures for Translocating People
4.2.4. Rescue and First Aid Service
4.2.5. Shelter Management
4.2.6. Preparing Boats
4.2.7. Measuring the Damage and Need of Disaster and
sending Report
4.2.8. Management of Relief Activity
4.2.9. Collecting and Preserving Dry Food and Life-saving
Medicines
4.2.10. Ailment/ Vaccin for Livestock
4.2.11. Arrenging Rehearsals
4.2.12. Emergency Control Room Management
4.2.13. Shelter Centres/ Safe Places

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4.3. List and Description of Safe Places of Zilla/ Zilla

55

4.4. Formation of Shelter Management Committee

56

4.5 List of Resources of Zilla/ Zilla(usable during disaster)

59

4.6. Finance

59

4.7. Updating and Analizing Work Plan

61

Chapter Five: Rescue and Rehabilitation Plan

63-77

5.1 Damage Assessment

63

5.2 Rapid/ advance recovery

64

5.2 .1 Administrative re-establishment

64

5.2.2 Wreckage Cleaning

66

5.2.3 Resumption of public services

68

5.2.4 Emergency Livelihood Assistance

70

Annex 1 Check List of Emergency Plan Implementation

73

Annex2 Upazila Disaster Management Committee

75

Annex3 List of Upazila Volunteers

76

Annex 4 List of Shelter Management Committee

81

Annex 5 Naogaon Upazila at a glance

88

Annex 6 List of some important Broadcast Programs by Bangladesh Betar

89

Annex 7 Feedback of the Upazila Workshop Institutions

91

Annex 8 List of Educational

93

Annex 9 Hazard Map (River Erosion)

111

Annex 10 Hazard Map (Cold Wave)

112

Annex 11 Hazard Map (Crop Insect-pest Infestation) (Fall of Water Table)

113

Annex 12 Hazard Map (Dense Fog)

114

Annex 13 Hazard Map (Drought)

115

Annex 14 Hazard Map (Fall of Water Table)

116

Annex 15 Hazard Map (Flood) (Cold Wave)

117

Annex 16 Hazard Map (Hail Storm)

118

Annex 17 Hazard Map (Shortage of Rain)


Annex 18 Hazard Map (Storm)
Annex 19 Hazard Map (Tarnado)
Annex 20 Risk Map (Shortage of Rain)
Annex 21 Risk Map (Cold Wave)
Annex 22 Risk Map (Crop Insect-pest Infestation)
Annex 23 Risk Map (Dense Fog)
Annex 24 Risk Map (Drought)
Annex 25 Risk Map (Fall of Water Table)
Annex 26 Risk Map (Flood)
Annex 27 Risk Map (Hail Storm)
Annex 28 Risk Map (River Erosion)
Annex 29 Risk Map (Storm)

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Annex 30 Risk Map (Tarnado)


List of Table
Table1.1: Zilla Union & Unionwise Name of Mouza
Table 1.2: Union basis male, female child, old, Disabled, Households and voters
Table1.3: Category-wise Number of Road & Length
Table1.4: Union-wise Irrigation facility
Table1.5: Upazilla wise Hat-Bazar
Table2.1: Name of Disaster, Year, Amount of Loss

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Table2.2 :Hazard & Hazards Identification & priority

18

Table 2.3: Afflictions and Capability

20

Table 2.4: Affliction place, Causes, distressed people.


Table2.5: Coordination between development sector and disaster risk
reduction
Table2.6: Month basis disaster calendar

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Table2.7: Seasonal calendar of livelihood

29

Table2.8 Vulnerability on Life and Livelihood

29

Table2.9: Sector-wise Risks and Hazards

30

Table2.10: Climate Change and Its Possible Effect

31

Table3.1: Cause of Risk

33

Table3.2 Identification of Ways of Risk Reduction

36

Table3.3: NGOs Development Plan

38

Table3.4: Pre-disaster Management Action Plan

41

Table3.5 During Disaster Preparation Management Action Plan

44

Table3.6: Post Disaster Preparation Management Action Plan

45

Table3.7: Regular Period Preparation Management Action Plan

47

Table4.1:Responsible person of Emergency Operation Center

48

Table4.2: Planning for Hazard Period

50

Table4.3: List and Description of Safe Places of Zilla

55

Table 4.4 List and Description of Safe Places of Zilla

58

Table4.5 List of Resources at the Zilla (usable during disaster)

59

Table4.6: Plan Follow-up Committee contain five member

61

Table4.7: 7-Member Plan Implementation and Management Committee

61

Table5.1:Sector wise Damage Assessment in upzilla

63

28

Table5.2 Administrative Restoration committee in upzilla level

64

Table5.3: Wreckage Cleaning committee in upzilla level

66

Table5.4 Public Service Resume committee in upzilla level

68

Table5.5 Emergency Livelihood Support committee in upzilla level

70

List of Figure
Figure1.1: An Embankment on the river Soto Jamuna in Badalgachhi
List of Graph

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Graph1.1: Surface Contour Analysis of last 7 years Rainfall in Naogaon Zilla

12

Graph1.2: Spider Analysis of last 7 years Rainfall in Naogaon Zilla

13

Graph1.3: The Surface Contour Analysis of last 30 years temperature

14

List of Map

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Map1.1: Map of Naogaon Zilla

16

Map2.1: Social Map of Naogaon Zilla

26

Map2.2: Hazard & Risk Map of Naogaon

27

Annex 9 Hazard Map (River Erosion)

111

Annex 10 Hazard Map (Cold Wave)

112

Annex 11 Hazard Map (Crop Insect-pest Infestation) (Fall of Water Table)

113

Annex 12 Hazard Map (Dense Fog)

114

Annex 13 Hazard Map (Drought)

115

Annex 14 Hazard Map (Fall of Water Table)

116

Annex 15 Hazard Map (Flood) (Cold Wave)

117

Annex 16 Hazard Map (Hail Storm)

118

Annex 17 Hazard Map (Shortage of Rain)


Annex 18 Hazard Map (Storm)
Annex 19 Hazard Map (Tarnado)
Annex 20 Risk Map (Shortage of Rain)
Annex 21 Risk Map (Cold Wave)
Annex 22 Risk Map (Crop Insect-pest Infestation)
Annex 23 Risk Map (Dense Fog)
Annex 24 Risk Map (Drought)
Annex 25 Risk Map (Fall of Water Table)
Annex 26 Risk Map (Flood)
Annex 27 Risk Map (Hail Storm)
Annex 28 Risk Map (River Erosion)
Annex 29 Risk Map (Storm)
Annex 30 Risk Map (Tarnado)

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First Chapter

Introduction to Local Area


1.1 Background
In the Standing Order on Disaster (SOD), it is ordered to prepare the Disaster Management Plan
including Risk Reduction and Contingency Plan at the level of District, Upazilla, Municipality
and City Corporation. CDMP has taken the issue of Disaster Management Plan with additional
importance. The permanency and effectiveness of the plan depend on close and fruitful action
process of the organizations and institutions and especially the people involved. This Disaster
Management Plan is prepared for the time span of 3-5 years.
In the world map, Bangladesh is one of the disaster prone areas. Each and every district of this
country gets more or less affected by disasters. Naogaon district is one of these disaster prone
zones. Low rainfall is the main problem for the Barindra (dry and high) zones and flood for the
low areas. Every year Naogaon becomes a victim to disasters that badly affect life and livelihood
of common people. Yet no effective planning is found at upazilla level. As a part of
Comprehensive Disaster Management, this disaster management plan is equipped for
Badalgachhi upazilla.
In this document, the first to third chapter is descript the social, economic, natural and
infrastructure description of outlines the underlying causes and potential effects of climate
change of the Naogaon, different adaptation strategies to increase the capacity in disaster
management and prevention of the details and the ability to attain a 3-5 year brief outline a plan
of action. In the fourth and fifth chapters is descripted the disaster risk reduction improving by
the implementation of disaster management plan through development workers, social and
political activities and ordinary people to increase participation in disaster management capacity
and to achieve resistance in the outline. The poor are affected by the adverse effects of disaster,
so this document is very important for poor people. Public Safety and the economic development
are continuing process of a country, the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief
'Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP) as a part of disaster risk
preparedness plan for the local population, designing a versatile content for disaster
management. The district level disaster management programe is very fruitful for climate
change, future vulnerability and socio-economic development, education, health, housing and
other infrastructure development and implementation of a developing country.

1.2 Objectives of the Plan


The adverse effect of climate changes the poor and endangers public safety and economic
development of the country as well as the continuation of the Ministry of Disaster Management
and Relief 'Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP) as part of the local
disaster risk preparedness plan, designing a versatile pre-decided. The district level disaster
management is very important to reduce the impact of climate change, the future vulnerability
and socio-economic development such as education, health, housing and other infrastructure
development and implementation.

To create mass-awareness of the risk of disaster at family and community level, the
pragmatic ways of risk reduction at the level of family, community, union administration,
upazilla and district commission
To promote risk reduction and development of process implementation system ensuring
the most possible utilization of local assets, practice and implementation of locally
prepared plan for exclusion, rescue, need analysis, immediate relief and re-habilitation
To construct a methodological document for a particular time and place
To prepare an integrated plan for Disaster Management Committee and all other related
sectors (national, international, NGO, donors etc.)
To provide the participants involved in Disaster Management necessary directions for
preparing and implementing plans
To ensure and persuade the sincere participation, effective cooperation, responsibility and
sense of possession in the disaster plan of related community

1.3 Introduction to Naogaon


From the ancient age Naogaon is a place of varieties. Criss-crossed by number of rivers it has
been famous as an agricultural district, resulting a number of Jaminders here. Naogaon district
has 11upazilas. Naogaon district is situated in the north-western part of Bangladesh. At first here
comes the saontals, and after them Mal pahariya, Kurmi, Mohali, and Munda are especially
noticeable. Now there are lots of people from different religion and aboriginal groups. All
thesereminds us that Naogaon is a very old place in the history of civilization.

1.3.1 Geographic Location


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District
&GO Code

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Upazilla &GO
Code
Atrai (03)
Badalgachhi (06)
Dhamoirhat (28)
Dhamoirhat city
corporation
Manda(47)

Naogaon
(64)

thpthd& e

toDG
Union

Shahagola,
Ahsanganj,
Bisha,
Kalikapur,
Vopara,
Pachupur,Moniyri, Hatkalupara. Total= 8.
Bodolgachhi, Paharpur, Bishalbari, Baluvora, Mathurapur,
Mithapur, Adhairpur, Kola. Total=8
ihsjaaht isjbhts Dhamuirhat, Aranagar, Ishobpur, Umar,
Jahanpur,Khelna. Total=8
1-9 wards

Varsho, Poranpur, Goneshpur, Proshadpur, Tetulia,


Kalikapur, Koshab, Bhalain, Manda, Moinam, Kushumba,
Nurullahbad, Kashopara, Bishnupur. Total=14
Mahadevpur (50) Mohadebpur, Enayetpur, Roygaon, Hatur, Chandas, Khajur,
Uttargram, Bhimpur, Cheragpur and Safapur Total=10
Naogaon (60)
Borshail, Boktarpur, Hapaniya, Boalia, Chandipur, Shikarpur,
Kirtpur,
Tilokpur,
Dublahati,
Hashaigari,
Bolihar,
Shoilogachhi. Total=14
Naogaon city
1-9ward
corporation
Niamatpur (69)
Hajinagar,
Vabicha,
Rasulpur,
Sreemomottopur,
Chandannagar, Niamatpur, Paroil, Bahadurpur. Total=8
Patnitala (75)
Patnitala, Dibor Matindar Patichera, Ghoshnagar, Shihara,
Nirmoil, Akbarpur, Krishnopur, Nojipur, Amair. Total=11
Najipur city
1-9ward
corporation
Porsha (79)
Nitpur, Chaor, Ghatnagar, Tetulia, Gangguria, Moshidpur.
Total=6
Raninagar (85)
Raninagar, Gona, Borogachha, Ekdala, Kashimpur, Paroil,
Kaligram, Mirat. Total=8
Shapahar (86)
Shapahar, Tilna, Patari, Goala, Aihai, Shironti. Total=6

Source: BBS, 2011

1.3.3Demography
The total number of population of Naogaon is 2600157 in which male is 1300227 and female is
1299930 and male-female ratio is 1:1. The population density is 757iDu ka. There are 329592
Muslims, 31791 Hindus, 178 Christians, 1 Buddhists and 2296 from different types of tribal
communities like Santals, Banua, Koch and Rajbangsi. The annual population increase rate is
4.76%.

Atrai (03)
Badalgachhi (06)
Dhamoirhat (28)
Dhamoirhat city
corporation
Manda(47)
Mahadevpur (50)
Naogaon (60)
Naogaon city
corporation
Niamatpur (69)
Patnitala (75)
Najipur city corporation
Porsha (79)
Raninagar (85)
Shapahar (86)
Total

Voter

Household

Total
Population

Disabled
(%)

Old
(60+) %

Children
(0-15) %

Male

Upazilla

Female

Table1.2: Demography of Naogaon

96129
100566
55514

97127
100776
53956

30
28
25.3

8.2
8
5.27

1.2
2
1.52

193256
201342
169772

45465
54001
45194

127000
142065
119515

7749

7257

29.3

2.2

15006

3852

1028

180023
146905
205405

183835
145954
200643

28.2
27.9
28.6

8.7
8.6
8.0

1.5
1.6
1.4

633858
292859
405148

97219
75389
100867

274799
206557
202574

77326

73223

27.3

6.6

1.0

150549

35923

91613

122578
116724
11234
66299
91631
81304
2698563

125773
115176
10432
65796
93147
80488
2690772

30.5
28.2
26.3
32.8
30.3
32.6

7.3
7.1
6.8
6.6
8.2
6.3

1.7
1.6
1.0
1.7
1.6
2.1

248351
231900
21670
132095
184778
161792
3057382

61811
58661
5315
30773
45637
36232
700891

124175
151114
10835
66047
116930
103996
1738247

Source: BBS, 2011

1.4 Structural and Non-structural Information


Naogaon is an agricultural district. Agriculture is the main source of livelihood for the majority
of people. So here is an average of several agro-based industries. All wards upazilla, union rural
electricity coverage. Several districts are small and cottage industries and large industries. In the
meantime, poultry farms, cattle farms, auto rice mill, printed ditch, Welding Factory, cold
storage, brick-kilns and cottage industries of various types. There are different types of mills and

factory in Naogaon district. Communication systems are very easy, including bus terminals and
petrol pump have been spread largely because there is better trade.

1.4.1 Infrastructure
Embankment
There is a 28 kilometer embankment starting from Kalitala bazaar of Mathurapur union through
the
boundary
between
Badalgachhi and Adhaipur
union all the way to Baluhara
bazaar of Baluhara union.
There are ten embankments
(158 hectors) constructed by
BWDB starting from Maiganj
bazaar
to
Saligram
of
Dhamoirhat upazilla. Among
these embankments, one is
along Telipukur canal of
Agrakhari, four are along
Saranjabari canal, one in
Dhananjay Nagar and four are
along Fulbankhari. There are 1.1: An embankment on the river "Soto Jamuna" in Badalgachhi
four
embankments
in
Mahadevpur upazilla. The first one is 7.3 km. long starting from Mahadevpur alongside the
western part of river Atrai to Mahishbathan. The second one is 9.88 km and set at Volabazaar of
Chandash alongside the western part of river Atrai up to Shibganjhaat. The third embankment
has been established on the eastern side of the river Atrai from Mahadevpur to Sojailmor
covering a total length of 11.50 km. And the fourth embankment is 14 km. and established
alongside the eastern part of river Atrai from Mahadevpur to Pathakatahaat. The sapahar Upazila
is very high from the sea level, so there is low impact of flood of this upazila. However, during
the rainy season due to the sudden flash floods in the hills, especially in the central district jabai
bills and bills Sapahar adjacent area is flooded. Flood prevent sudden goala union 1 km, aihai
Union 1 km, 10 km earth and concrete dam patari Union has been built.
Sluice Gate
There are four sluich gates in Badalgachhi upazilla. These are situated in Boikonthopur,
Begunjoar, Bolashbari and Pashonbari area.But due to the lake of maintenance all of them are
out of order. Farmers use cross dams use to preserve water for irrigation. There isj rRsR -sR a
rstaaR hjaR jso hraaR tNjboasNja isaahR tho aj js gtaanjaj. iRraaRr, aNRsR jsR aNsRR bosR atosR a rstaaR hjaRr NRsR. There are two sluicegates in this upazilla. One is established at

Khordokalna of Khajur union and another is at Ramchandrapur of the same union. In the sapahar
upazila, rainfall is very low as a result drought is impact seririously on agriculture. So,
agricultural activities and use for daily household activities there has 77 crossdum in this upazila.
Bridge/ Culvert
There are 510 bridges and culverts in Badalgachhi upazilla. There are 25 culverts from
Badalgachhi Bazar to Agraddigun, 16 from Vanderpur Bazar to Shagorpur- Goborchapa Bazar, 6
from Vanderpur Bazar to Kolapur Bazar, 13 from Hapaniya Bazar to Mataji Bazar, 21 frm Kola
Bazar to Kriti Bazar, 8 from Goborchapa to Gogonpur through Treemohoni, 11 from Balapur
Road to Kritipur through Porshombari, 24 from Vandarpur Bazar to Rukindipur Bazar through
Mithapur, 15 from Goborchapa Bazar to Akkelpur Bazar, 4from Balupara Road to Goborchapa
Bazar,10 from Kumarpur road to Nondohar- kolabazar through parshombarihat, and 11from
Goborchapa to Rukindipur Bazar. There are 459 bridges and culverts in Dhamoirhat upazilla.
Moreover there are some under construction. Among those, 400.25 meter bridge on Agradigun
road upon river Atrai, 99.10 meter bridge on Goborchapa road upon river Chhota Jamuna, 45
meter bridge on Ramrampur Primary School road upon River Shreenadi, 20 meter bridge on
Rasulbil Potnitala road upon canal Rasulbil and 76 meter bridge on Jahanpur Aranagar road upon
canal Ghupshi are most noteworthy. There are 24 bridges constructed by Roads and Highway
Department in Mahadevpur upazilla. there are 39 culverts and 90.2 Miter Bridge in this upazila
Roads
There is 5831.32 Km road in Naogaon district.
Table 1.3: Roads of Naogaon
Name of
Type
Upazilla
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Atrai (03)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Badalgachhi (06)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Dhamoirhat (28)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Manda (47)
Union Road
Village Road A

No. of Road

Pacca

Katcha

13
17
21
24
12
19
57
49
8
23
37
81
18
34
81

44.88
26.13
2.4
1.1
75.29
42.36
33.08
3.36
56
46.68
10.38
1.6
128.38
76.25
16.48

61.67
63.87
61.63
32.63
19.95
60.22
105.16
57.33
12.32
114.37
104.04
110.82
57.78
101.8
220.85

Length km
106.55
90.00
64.03
33.73
95.24
102.58
138.24
396.75
68.32
161.06
114.43
112.42
186.15
178.05
237.33

Name of
Upazilla

Type

Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Mahadevpur
(50)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Naogaon
Sadar (60)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Niamatpur (69)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Patnitola (75)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Porsha (79)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Ranimagar (85)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Upazilla Road
Union Road
Sapahar (86)
Village Road A
Village Road B
Total

No. of Road

Pacca

Katcha

Length km

74
19
22
100
76
14
21
99
52
16
10
41
68
14
17
79
44
10
9
39
81
13
13
40
83
8
13
24
71

1.25
135.14
46.66
30.78
8.05
82.53
55.35
40.89
1.38
131.04
26.16
9.88
2.4
2.8
65.58
54.28
1.48
52.03
24.73
8.22
1.93
91.05
23.66
13.29
7.52
52.31
23.34
10.25
1.25
1569.6

149.05
63.75
92.22
177.45
104.12
13.87
48.79
212.35
83.26
53.05
81.34
151.31
160.33
33.02
91.63
155.21
58.96
20.28
31.47
102.77
168.79
16.55
43.88
84.51
120.13
29.21
51.02
70.6
114.92
3768.28

150.3
198.89
138.89
208.23
112.17
96.4
104.14
253.24
85.09
184.09
107.5
161.19
262.73
98.6
145.91
183.92
60.44
72.31
56.2
110.99
170.72
107.6
67.54
97.8
127.65
81.52
74.36
80.85
147.17
5831.32

Irrigation System
Irrigation system is very important issue in the Barind area of this District. There are 29425
hectors of lands under irrigation system in Mahadevpur upazilla. It covers 97% of the total land
of the Mahadevpur. There are 2719 tube wells (supplied by Public Health Engineering) in
Badalgachhi upazilla. Besides, there are 290 deep tube wells and 6180 shallow tubewells in this
upazilla, but there is no powered pump here. There is 16454 hector agricultural lands under

irrigation. Recently there is 16297 hector land depended on underground water. 8250hector land
being victim of mid grade drought, agriculture of this area mostly depends on irrigation system.
There are 2467 tube wells (supplied by DPHE) in Dhamoirhat upazilla. There are 358 deep tube
wells here. Besides there are 11630 shallow tube wells in this upazilla. Moreover, there are 28
water tanks for pure drinking water supply. Except that, for irrigation purpose, canals have been
dug with a total length of 20 km. wherein Telipukur canal of Agrakhari is 5 km., Saranjabari
canal is 5.7 km., Dhananjoy Nagar canal is 1.38 km. and Fulbankhari canal is 4.62 km In this
upazila, the joboi bill is very important for irrigation. There are also large and numerous lakes.
There are 323 deep tubewall and 850 ponds of sapahar upazila. There are 45 drinkable water
tanks in this upazila.
gjasR1.4: U ao -tarR assahjaao ojaasaaa
Name of Upazilla
Atrai
Badalgachhi
Dhamoirhat
Manda
Mahadevpur
Naogaon Sadar
Niamatpur
Patnitala
Porsha
Raninagar
Sapahar
Total

Deep Tubewell
176
290
358
449
516
393
286
445
116
364
323
3716

Tubewell
5117
6180
11630
6210
8620
3994
4275
11416
4632
5481
1270
68818
Source: Upazilla e-portal, 2014

Hat-bazaars/ Markets
There are 37 bazaars in Bodolgasi which includes only 49hector of land (Information: Upzilla
UNO Office) among which Gorchapa, Kola, Chandpur, Paharpur, Badalgachhi, Balubhara and
Bhandarpur are noteworthy.. In Dhamoirhat upazilla, there are 24 bazaars and 6 hats among
which Agradigun, Isabpur, Dhamoirhat, Mongolbari, Rangamati, Haritakidanga, Fatehpur,
Khelna hat, Alampur Birgram hat, Palashbari, Debipur, Rashpur, Chandipur, Pagol Dewan,
Sahapur are noteworthy. There are 21 bazaars in Mahadevpur upazilla. An amount of 15 million
BDT per yeas comes from these bazaars. Among these bazaars, Matajeu hat, Shati hat,
Mahadevpur hat, Pathakata hat, Saraswathi hat and Chakgauri hat are especially notable. In the
Sapahar upazila is very important for agricultural production. Agricultural products are exported
to different parts of the country. There are 8 hats in the sapahar upazila. aNRrR bjsnRar NjsR
aRsRsohRa ao Rxhosa jhsaatsatsjs hsoataar ao aaooRsR a hjsar oo aNR aot asa. bosRosRs, aa ar jasR ao
otsoass aNR ajasa RRar oo hRohsR. . Different crops and agricultural products like rice, watermelon,
sugarcane, banana, papaya, etc. are exported from these bazaars.
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gjasR1.5: Uhjlassj-tarR Hja ijljjs


Location
Name
Agradigun
Dhamoirhat
Raninagar
Abadpukur, Trimohoni, Betgari, Raninagar
Atrai
Ahsangonj, Patisor, Bandaikhara, Bhobanipur
Dhamoirhat
Agradigun, Isabpur, Dhamoirhat, Mongolbari, Rangamati, Haritakidanga,
Fatehpur, Khelna hat, Alampur Birgram hat, Palashbari, Debipur,
Rashpur, Chandipur, Pagol Dewan, Sahapur
Porsha
Umilhat, Ganguria, Moshidpur, Shisha
Naogaon
Katakhoirhat, Kirtipur, Goala, Dubolhat, Fotepur, Matasagar
Badalgachhi
Niamotpur
Manda
Mahadevpur
Naogaon
Pourasabha
Nojipur Pourasabha
Patnitala
Sapahar

Gorchapa, Kola, Chandpur, Paharpur, Badalgachhi, Balubhara and


Bhandarpu
Khoribari, Chatra, bottola,
Gopalpur, Chakgour, CHoubaria, Jokahut, Deluabarihat, Sotihat, Jotbazar,
Prosadpurhat, Sabaihat,
Matajeu hat, Shati hat, Mahadevpur hat, Pathakata hat, Saraswathi hat and
Chakgauri
Naogaon hut, Shibpur Bazar
Nojipur Notun
Modhoilhat, Shibpurhat
Mirapara Dhigirhat, Sapahar hat

1.4.2 Social Assets


Households
Because of being Borendra area, the soil of this area is sticky, hard and reddish and two-storied
muddy house are build with that. The houses of Badalgachhi upazilla are usually made of straw,
bamboo, tiles, tin, bricks, soil and other materials. In Badalgachhi upazilla, 5.3% of these houses
are made of concrete, 21.9% are half-concrete, 69.2% earthen and 3.6% are jhupries (thatched
houses).
Water Sources
There are 2719 tubewells (supplied by Public Health Engineering) in Badalgachhi upazilla. In
this upazilla, 0.6% water is collected from supplies, 97.2% from tubewells and 2.2% from other
sources. Barindra Multi-purpose Development Project has also arranged 14 tanks to supply
drinking water. By the contractor in accordance with the annual program of the Public Health
Engineering Department of Sapahar water sources (wells, rimoyela) is placed, and the
establishment of the public water source to provide technical advice, water skill (Arsenic, Iron,

etc) to be tested, health awareness, and inspire people about the natural Disaster for dealing with
pure water supply during disasters, various improvement of water supply and sanitation services
through NGOs prakalpabhukta areas to ease the work, etc.. Due to the geographical location of
the underground water level goes down Sapahar districts that dry season scarcity of drinking
water. Barind Multipurpose project of deep tube wells in the dry season, irrigation districts, 323
as well as 45 different places to set up the tank of water, which is supplied through pipe lines.
There are 2467 tubewells (supplied by DPHE) in Dhamoirhat upazilla. According to Census,
2011 in this upazilla, 1.9% water is collected from supplies, 93.3% from tubewells and 4.8%
from other sources.
Sanitation System
14.9% people of Badalgachhi upazilla use water-sealed sanitary latrine, 17.3% non-water-sealed
latrine, 26.6% non-sanitary latrine and 41.2% people do not have any kind of sanitation system.
15.95% people of Mahadevpur upazilla use water-sealed sanitary latrine (urban population
60.73% and rural population 14.12%). 18.77% people use non water-sealed latrine (urban
population 13.13% and rural population 19%), and rest of 65.28% people do not have any kind
of sanitation system.18.9% people of Dhamoirhat upazilla use water-sealed sanitary latrine,
30.4% non-water-sealed latrine, and the rest of 37.9% people do not have any kind of sanitation
system.
Academic Institution
There is a university college, 6 government college, 74 non-government college, 2
nongovernment agricultural college, 4 government high school, 375 nongovernment high school,
75 saecondary school, 794 government primary school, 482 registered primary school, and 277
madrasa in Naogaon district. Again there is one government technical school and college, 38 ssc
vocational school, 44 THCS(BM) college, and one Teachers Training Center. The literacy rate
is 62.52% where 66.43 for male and 58.60 female.
Religious Institution
There is majority of muslims in this District but there is also Hidu, Buddhists, Chrictians and
tribals here. All of them lives here peacefully nurturing a strong bond of brotherhood and
celebrates all the religious festivals in festive mood together. There are 451 mosques, 58 temples
and 3 churches in Badalgachhi upazilla. there are 293 mosques, 24 temples and 8 Churches in
Dhamoirhat Upazila. There are 395 mosques, 96 temples and 2 sacred places in Mahadevpur
Upazila.
Health Service
There are 62 Upazilla Health and Family Welfare Centres, 1 Family Planning Clinic, 3 Subhealth Centres, 10 Upazilla Health Complex, 1 MCH Unit, 26 community clinics, 192 EPI
Outreach Centres and 1 private clinic in Naogaon District. But, the number of doctors and nurses
is not sufficient in these institutions. Moreover, standard of service is not also quite good here.

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Banks
There are 102 banks working in Naogaon District. Those are Sonali Bank, Janata Bank, Agrani
Bank, Islami Bank, Alaarafat Islami Bank, Jamuna Bank, Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank, Pubali
Bank, Bank Asia and Prime Bank.
1.4.3 Weather & Climate
The annual average rainfall of this upazilla is below 45inches. Nevertheless, this rate is
changeable. It will not be overstated if this area is called the ideal tropical monsoon area because
of extreme warm weather, excess humidity, medium rainfall and seasonal variation. Summer
starts from April and May. Then the maximum temperature remains 90 degree Fahrenheit and
the minimum temperature remains 65 degree Fahrenheit. The highest temperature remains within
April, May and the first half of June and the lowest temperature remains within January. The
average maximum temperature is 76 degrees Fahrenheit and the minimum average temperature
is 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
eja ojss
2113, aNR aoajs sja ojss tjr 549.12 ab a hjohjo tarasaaa. HRsR, aNR jsjsjhR sja ojss, aNja ar
hsjatjssa aRasRjra h, ar 71.75 ab.

Surface Contur Analysis of Last 7 Years Rainfall in


Naogaon District

2013

2012

2011

CM

2010

2009

600-800
400-600
200-400

2008

0-200

2007

December

January

Graph1.1: Surface Contour Analysis Of last 7Years Rainfall In Naogaon

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Rainfall of Naogaon
December

November

October

January
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0

February

March

April

September

May

August

June
July

Rainfall

Rainfall

Rainfall

Rainfall

Rainfall

Rainfall

Rainfall

Graph 1.2: Spider Analysis of Rainfall of Last 7 Years of Naogaon


Temperature
The average temperature is 8-10 Celsius in December and January, and the highest temperature
prevails in April-May when the average temperature keeps above 41 Celsius. iaaosaa h ao
ij hsjaRrN Meteorological department, Rajshahi, the analysis of surface Contour in Graph 1.2
shows that the highest temperature of last 30 years remains in between 30-40 degrees. But, in the
last few years, temperature has become highest or lowest each 2-3 years later. The analysis also
shows that in the last 6 years average temperature has risen by 2 degrees due to climate change.
The bio-diversity of this upazilla will be affected if average temperature continues to rise.

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Last Thirty Years Temperature Report

Low
Temperature


Temperature
Hight

Last Thirty Years

Graph 1.3: The surface contour analysis of last 30 years temperature Source: Metereological
Department, Rajshahi

Ground water level


Badalgachhi upazilla is under Barindra Project located in Naogaon. The ground water level is the
highest in Mathurapur union in September- October and the lowest in Badalgachhi union in
September-January.

1.4.4. Others
Land Use Pattern
gNR sj a oo ijajshjaNNa ao rarar oo aNsRR aahR oo roas. gNRsR jsR 3412 NRaaosr oo ajsa asj (NahN
& asa) sj a, 12555 NRaaosr oo garaj jsstsajs roas j a 165 NRaaosr oo jaaasR jsstsajs roas. gNR aoajs
jbot a oo sj a ar 21153 a aNar thjlassj. gNRsR ar o t atsaasjaRa sj a a aNar thjlassj j a aoajs
atsaasjaRa jsRj ar jaota 16454 NRaaosr tNRsRa 1119 NRaaosr jsR ra hsR-asoh sj ar, 5719 NRaaosr
aotasR asoh, 5175 NRaaosr asahsR asoh j a 1395 NRaaosr jsR sRaaaR rajs jsRjr.
ihsaatsatsR& dooa: ,hjohjo tarasaaa aoajs sj a jbot a ar 21135NRaaosr a tNaaN aNRsR jsR
11193NRaaosr NahN sj a ,6112 r boaRsjaR NahN sj aNRaaos, 1215NRaaosrboaRsjaR sot sj a j a
125NRaaosr sot sj a .Csoh aR raaa ar 237.4% NRsR. gNar thjlassj hsotr hjaaa, tNRja, bjraRs
rRRar, hoajao, ataR, rthjsaj R, asa hjs, aj j j, hjssaaa, o ao , aR Rbo , atsbRsaa, hRjr aaa. gNR
ar oo aNar thjlassj jsR bj hobja osta(hjhj djlsa) ,saaNNa ,ajanostaa ,hjhjaj ,htjsj ,hjsb Raa .
gNR j tjs oooa aRbj a a ijajshjaNNa thjlassj ar 29665bjasaa ao r ,h soataaao ar115119
bRasaa ao r j a rtshstr ar63151bRasaa ao r hRs aRjs. ooago hsRrtssR aNar Rxasj o, aNRsR jsR3
raosjhRr j a1 aosa- raosjhR taaN5411 bRsaaa ao ajhjaaaa.
Rivers
The one and only river in Badalgachhi upazilla is Chhota Jamuna. Originating from Jalpaiguri of
India, this river flows on Dinajpur and Jaypurhat and reaches Naogaon through Porshanagar of
Isabpur union of Dhamoirhat upazilla. It joins river Sree or Chiri in Lalpara of Isabpur through
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Jamuna Chakailam and Shalpi. Again, gradually turning to the south, it joins river Ghukshi and
flows on to Naogaon District through river Tulshiganges. Then, it passes Naogaon and
Raninagar upazilla and joins river Atrai.
Ponds
In Naogaon District, there are 3827 ponds among which 105 are public ones.
Cj js
gNRsR jsR 42 nb oo aj jsr jbo h tNaaN ajaR jsa ljsjaao, ijsjsjbhts, iasjrNajsa (hNo jhjaas
KNjsa), ijsj aaaNnjaj, ajaNtsjhts ajsrobajsa, GorNjahja j KNjsa jsR oaRtosaNa.
WRa Lj ar
gNRsR jsR 5.25 jasRroo rtjbh jsRjr jbo h tNaaN 55.55 jasRr hjNRsj KjrNajhjsa aas, 11.57 jasRr
Karbja aj aNhNjsaj aas, 5.27 jasRr ajNata aas, 23.61 jasRr ijsj aas, 12.17 jasRr hjsjas aas j a
5.25 jasRr Hjrajs aas jsR abhosaj a.
isrR aa Co ajba jaao
isrR aa sRsRs a aNar thjlassj ar 1-21%. taooRsR a aRrar oo ataRtRss tjaRs sanR jsrR aa sRsRs,
asosjaa, aso , bj hj RrR, aH sRsRs, RsRaasaa ao ataaasaaa j a oaNRs aaosohaajs aRrar aj aR rRssRa
a sRats oo aRsaja oRRr a aNR soajs sjaosjaosaRr. iRraaRr, robR osRR ajraa aRrar oo tjaRs rotsaRr
jsR RxRataRa taaN oaRsa naar.

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15

Chapter Two

Disaster, Hazard and Vulnerability


2.1 History of Disaster
Naogaon District is one of the most vulnerable disaster prone areas. Every year, this area gets
affected by either one or another disaster. Different types of hazards including Drought, low
Water Level, hRjro js haosb,easRs Rsorao , dsooa, Cosa WjsR, htRRh do, aRra jaajan j a Lot
eja ojss NjbhRs osbjs tja oo saoR j a ajtrR NthR ajbjhR oo jrrRar. gNR hsRrrtsR oo tjaRs
aRraR aa h osob aaj Nassr osotr jtja aNR aj nr oo sasRs jbt j aNsothN aj jsr j a oaNRs
a sj a tjaRstjar. ir aNR sasRs ar rNjssot, asothNa a aNR asa rRjro aa ajtrRr. ta h ao hRjro js
haosb, aoaN jhsaatsatsjs hsoataar j a rRaasRbR a hRa NRjsasa ajbjhRa j a j soa oo hRohsR sorR
rNRsaRs aoo. easRs rsorao jsro rhoasr Ntbj sasRr ajbjha h jhsaatsatsjs hsoataar,
jaaobboajaao j a a osjrastaatsR. Cosa WjsR j a HRjsa aara ajtrR j bjrrasR aRrastaaao oos
ta aRs asohr. Naogaon District may be affected by any disaster because of aRoosRrajaao , sjhaa
hsotaN oo hohtsjaao j a R saso bR ajs abajsj aR. gNR sRsRs oo ajbjhR, aRjs oo aarjraRsr j a
Raaosr jsR rNot a j ajasR aRsotjooRaaRa r
Table2.1: Name of Disaster, Damaged Sector and Years
Name of
LRsRs oo
rRjs
iooRaaRa hRaaosr/ rsRbR ar
Disaster
tjbjhR
1976, 1992, 1996, 1999, 2114 ajxabtb ihsaatsatsR, darNRsaRr, LasRraoan,
Htbj eRrotsaR, asj ajaao
tsothNa
Moderate ihsaatsatsR, darNRsaRr
1979, 1959,
1955, 1997, 2115
hRjro js
haosb

1992, 1995,

ajxabtb ihsaatsatsR, darNRsaRr, LasRraoan,


Htbj eRrotsaR,
osjrastaatsR,
asj ajaao
Moderate
osjrastaatsR, asj ajaao

ajxabtb ihsaatsatsR, darNRsaRr, LasRraoan,


Htbj eRrotsaR,
osjrastaatsR,
asj ajaao
1955,1994, 1995, 1999, 2111, Moderate ihsaatsatsR, darNRsaRr, LasRraoan,
Htbj eRrotsaR
2114, 2115
1957, 1955, 1991, 1992, 1995, ajxabtb ihsaatsatsR, darNRsaRr, LasRraoan,
Htbj eRrotsaR,
osjrastaatsR,
2
asj ajaao
Moderate Htbj eRrotsaR,
osjrastaatsR,
112, 2113
asj ajaao
1955, 1957, , 2116

easRs
Rsorao

dsooa

Source: field Visit, Naogaon, 2014

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2.2 Hazards of the Naogaon


Hazard is an abnormal event which can occur due to humane cause or as a natural event. Though
Naogaon is under the Borendro area it has 6 big water body and a river named chhoto jamuna.
This area has been a rough one due to its geographical position but due to the climate change
gradually it is crossing the tolerance level. The hazards that are responsible for the suffrings and
damages of the inhabitants are given below:
Table2.2: Hazards and Priority of Hazards
Hazards of the Naogaon Districts
Nature caused hazards
1. Flood
11. Low Rainfall
2. Drought
12. Ground Water
3. River Erosion
13. Drizzling
4. Hail Rain
14. Seasonal Storm
5. Heavy Mist
15. Tornado
6. Cold Wave
16. Thunder
7.Excessive rain

17. Rat Attack

8. flatulency

18. Insect attacks at crops

Identifies hazards and priority of hazards


1. Flood
2. Drought
3. River Erosion
4. Cold Wave
5. Heavy Mist
6. Hail Rain

9.Arsenic
10. Earthquake
Man made hazards
19. Fire
21.Land Possession
20.
Unplanned 22.
Paddy wastes
Infrastructure
emitted from rice mills
Establishment
Source: field Visit, Naogaon, 2014

2.3 Different types of Hazards and with present, future illustration


1. Drought
tsothNa aobbo sa oaatsr a dRastjsa, ajsaN, ihsas j a aja. gNR jataR Rrr j a atsjaao oo
asothNa jsR hsjatjssa a asRjra h. a Njr oa aRR raining RsR a t R j a tsa oos sjra rRsRsjs
aRjsr. ir j sRrtsa, ajbjhRr jsR a asRjra h aRajtrR oo asothNa. o aNar raatjaao ao aa tRr, rRsRsR
R saso bR ajs aarjraRs totsa jhhRjs a Rjs otatsR.

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2. dsooa
hjohjo tarasaaa ar j RxasRjbsa osooa hso R jsRj. dsooa hsRsjasr NRsR osob t R ao aaoaRs.
Co rtotR asa, jhsaatsatsR, oarNRsaRr, a osjrastaatsR, NotrRNosar, Ratajaao , aobbt aajaao j a
oaNRs rRaaosr hRa NRjsasa jooRaaRa aa osooa. gNothN aa NjhhR r RjaN aRjs, aNR osooar a
1956,1957, 1955, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1995, 2112, 2113, 2117tRsR aNR bora aRssaoaa o Rr.
3. Ground Water Level
ir oos hjohjo tarasaaa, sot hsot a tjaRs sRsRs ar aNR bora rRsaotr Njljsa aNja sRa oosaRr
asothNa j a jooRaar RsRsa rhNRsR oo Ntbj sasR. gNR aobbo hRohsR oo aNar jsRj NjsR ao
bja aja j ao raj a rasthhsR oos tjaRs, aNR bora ot ajbR ajs RsRbR a oo saoR. gNar Njljsa jooRaar
jss aNR aRsRsohbR a rRaaosr oo hjohjo tarasaaa. gNR hRohsR oo hjohjo tarasaaa thjlassj aRsaRsR
aNja abbRaajaR bRjrtsRr osob hosa. j a hG sRsRs jsR RRaRa ao jssRsajaR aNar Njljsa.
4. easRs rsorao
easRs Rsorao ar j hjsa j a hjsaRs oo hRohsR oo hjohjo tarasaaa thjlassj. a ar a asRjra h aja aa
aja. gNR aR alR r aRsaRsR aNja sot Rsahjsaaa ajtra h j sjarR oo tjaRs j a j ojss oo atssR a rhRRa
j a tjaRs ajhjaaaa ao rRotR asa sRjar ao sasRs Rsorao . gNRa rajaRa aNja aa totsa otsaNRs bjnR
hRohsR rtooRs aRsotsa h j soa bosR jsRjr ao aNar raatjaao hoRr o .
5. Cold Wave
Cosa WjsR oaatsr RsRsa aRjs a hjohjo tarasaaa. a jhhRjsr NRsR ro btaN aRajtrR oo asorR
hsoxabaaa ao aNR sasRs CNNoaj jbt j. ir j sRrtsa, aa jooRaar aobbo sasRr j a sta r aNR
hsoataaao oo bj ho, saaNRR, hRRr j a oaNRs ta aRs asohr.
7.

Heavy Mist

As a result of a variety of human-made reasons and climate change, heavy mist has been
observed as a frequent occurrence in Naogaon District as well as nearby areas. Usually, heavy
mist happens in November, December, January and February. As a result, it affects every sphere
of life causing damage in agriculture and health sector and increasing street accidents.
8.
Low Rainfall
iaaosaa h ao aNR aR alR r oo hjohjo tarasaaa, j asjraaa aNj hR a sja ojss ar oarRssRa a aNar
jsRj. rsR j oRt aRjsr jho, aa trRa ao sja j soa a t R j a tsa. ita, aa ar aRasRjra h ot. a
rRRbr sanR j RhRaasR RooRaa a aNR tRjaNRs hjaaRs . a bjnRr j NthR ajbjhR a jhsaatsatsR.

2.4 Vulnerability and Capability


Vulnerability refers to the prevailing materialistic, socio-economic and environmental condition
that serves as the indicator of possible loss and damage in any disaster, which people are
currently incapable of preventing.
Capability means a complete condition or process consisting of natural, social, economical and
environmental factors with which people or any organization/ institution deals with adverse

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conditions of disasters through making the maximum use of its existing resources and reduces
the terrific results of disasters.
Table2.3: Hazard Based Vulnerabilities & Capabilities
Hazards
Vulnerabilities
Drought
It ruins agricultural products.
It harms human resource.
It washes away fisheries.
It causes lack of safe drinking water.
It destroys livestock.
Flood

Low
Water
level
River
Erosion

It ruins agricultural products.


Graveyards go under water.
It harms human resource.
It damages infrastructure.
It washes away fisheries.
It causes lack of safe drinking water.
It destroys livestock.
It extremely endangers children,
pregnant, the disable and the old.
It ruins agricultural products.
It ruins fisheries.
It harms human resource.
It ruins agricultural products.
It hampers communication.
It harms human resource.
It damages infrastructure.
It ruins fisheries.
It destroys livestock.

Capabilities
There are 290 deep
tubewells.
There are 5 health
complexes.

There is a veterinary
hospital.

There are 65 high


graveyards.
There are 14 tanks
of pure drinking
water.
There are 15 km.
effective dam

the

There are 3827 ponds.

There are 2 dams.

Govt. response
NGO activity

There are 2337 high


based tubewells.

There is 10 hectors of
plantation/
forest

Cold wave

Heavy
Mist
Low
Rainfall

Seasonal
Storm

It ruins agricultural products.


It destroys livestock.
It harms human resource.

It extremely endangers children, the pregnant,


the disable and the old.

It ruins agricultural products.


It hampers communication.
It harms fisheries.
It ruins agricultural products.
It harms human resource.
It ruins fisheries.
It destroys livestock.
It ruins agricultural products.
It hampers communication.

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Hazards

Vulnerabilities
It harms human resource.
It damages infrastructure.
It destroys livestock.

Capabilities
area.

It extremely endangers children, the pregnant,


the disable and the old.
Source: field Visit, Naogaon, 2014

2.5 Most Vulnerable Areas


Because of the geographical position scarcity of water is seen in the dry season in Naogaon As a
result, fields become dead dry and the inhabitants, animals, fish and infrastructure become the
victim of it. On the other hand flash flood came from the hill washes away cultivable lands, trees,
animals etc. sometime people become homeless for the riverbank erosion. As the vulnerability
around the area of the district is not the same, a chart depicting the highest vulnerability, reason
behind it and the number people in that area is given here under:
Table 2.4: most vulnerable areas, eRjro r oo lts Rsjaasaaa and vulnerable population
lts RsjasR
Hjljsar
aora lts RsjasR isRjr
o r oo lts RsjaasaaaeRjr
aohtsjaao
Flood
Atrai like Hatur, Enayetpur, Many
a
piece
of
Khajur, Mahadevpur, Chandas agricultural land are being
and some parts of Uttargram swallowed by flood in
union
Khelna,
Agradigun, these areas.
Alampur, Dhamoirhat, Jahanpur,
Isabpur and areas adjacent to
25651-2711
rivers Idrakpur, Horekrishnapur,
Ramsapur,
Hazratpur
Ghoshpara,
Kumarpur
embankment
and
Baluhara
Sadhus Mor areas are most
vulnerable to flood.
Drought
Entire Dhamuirhat Mohadebpur tsothNa bja ajtrR j NthR 45111-54911
upazilla
Bilashbari,
Kola, ajbjhR a aNR jhsaatsatsR
Mathurapur, badalgachhi and oo aNRrR jsRjr.
Paharpur union are more
vulnerable to drought.
River
Bilashbari, Kola, Mathurapur, dos so h 11 aRjsr, j soa oo 15111-22511
Erosion
badalgachhi
and
Paharpur. atsaasjaRa sj ar NjsR aRR
Hatur,
Enayetpur,
Khajur, ao rtbRa aa sasRs Rstrao
Mahadevpur, Chandas and some aNja bjnRr bj a hRohsR
parts of Uttargram union.Khelna, NRshsRrr. iRraaRr, aa jsro
Agradigun,
Alampur, sta r jhsaatsatsR, oarNRsaRr
Dhamoirhat, Jahanpur, Isabpur j a Ntbj sRrotsaR.
and areas adjacent to rivers

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Hjljsar

aora lts RsjasR isRjr

Cold wave

Cold Wave mostly occurs in


Kola, Adhaipur, Bilashbari and
Paharpur
union.Entire
Dhamuirhat,
Mohadebpur
upazilla

5.
aara

HRjsa Cold Wave mostly occurs in


Kola, Adhaipur, Bilashbari and
Paharpur
union.Entire
Dhamuirhat
Mohadebpur
upazilla

6. Hjas eja

Cold Wave mostly occurs in


Kola, Adhaipur, Bilashbari and
Paharpur
union.Entire
Dhamuirhat
Mohadebpur
upazilla

lts RsjasR
aohtsjaao
Cosa tjsR bja Njsb ao 169772
jhsaatsatsjs
hsoataar,
sasRraoan
j a
Ntbj
sRrotsaR.
a
ar
jsro
R aj hRsa h oos children,
the pregnant, the disable
and the old.
gNar jsRjr oo tNjboasNja 169772
hsotr
aNR
bjxabtb
jbot a oo bj hoRr aNja
bja hRa rhoasRa aa aNR
HRjsa aara. a ar jsro j
aNsRja oos Ntbj sRrotsaR.
Hjas eja bja ajtrR j 169772
hsRja Njsb ao jhsaatsatsR
j a Ntbj sRrotsaR.
o r oo lts RsjaasaaaeRjr

Source: field Visit, Naogaon, 2014

2.6 Main Development Sectors


Dhamoirhat upazilla depends in agricultural production. Economy of this area depends on
agriculture. So, although importance is given on agriculture in development planning,
importance should be given on fisheries, livestock, health, livelihood and infrastructure to reduce
hazard and risk.
It is discussed by the following table:
Table 2.5: Combination with Development Sector and Disaster Risk Reduction
iaatrabR a taaN tarjraRs
Main
tRajasRa tRrasahaao
earn eRataaao
Sectors
In Naogaon District, 172824 metric tons In Naogaon District, 75% of people
of crops are produced in total 30350 are involved in agriculture (30% dayhectares of land. Meeting the local laborers, 25 % petite farmers, 15%
demand, Mahadevpur has a surplus of middle class farmers and 5% are
125616 metric tons which brought great affluent farmers). A change in
success for the economy of this area. As climate causing drought, heavy
Agriculture
a result of new initiatives in agriculture, rainfall, hail storm, cold wave, heavy
farmers will come forward in cultivation. mist and flood may cause severe
So in Naogaon District, agriculture is financial loss damaging agricultural
considered as one of the main sectors of products. So, more modification and
development plan.
advancement is needed in agricultural
sector to cope up with disaster risk

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Main
Sectors

Fisheries

Livestock

Health

Livelihood

tRajasRa tRrasahaao
There is a total of 1997.08 acres of
ponds, canals, wet lands, rivers and
swamps for fish production that helps
people achieve financial success as well
as livelihood. As a result, many people
will be interested in fish cultivation that
can bring huge progress in this upazilla.
So in Mahadevpur Upazila, fisheries can
be considered as one of the main sectors
of development plans.
20-25 years ago, almost every family
used to have cattle in Naogaon District.
Currently, because of lack of cow-food
and pasture lands, livestock has
decreased considerably. At present, there
are 23 cattle farms, 38 broiler chicken
farms and 30 duck farms, which make
people self-reliant and contribute to the
economy of this area.
There are an upazilla health complex, 5
health sub-centers, 4 upazilla health and
family welfare center and 33 community
clinics. These institutions help continue
the usual activities of people of Naogaon
District ensuring health services.
In Naogaon District, 75 % of people are
involved in agriculture (30% daylaborers, 25 % petite farmers, 15%
middle class farmers and 5% are affluent
farmers). Among the people involved in
other sectors, there are 2.52% in nonagricutural labour, 0.86% industry,
8.01% trade, 2.91% transport and
communication, 0.09% religious service,
0.07% remittance and 3.25% others.
There are also 10% jobholders.
In Naogaon District, financial condition
is quite prosperous because of varied
livelihoods. Most of the people are
reliable because they are mostly engaged
in any kind of dependable profession.
Therefore lives of people of Mahadevpur
go on improving.

iaatrabR a taaN tarjraRs


earn eRataaao
reduction.
A change in climate causing heavy
rainfall and flood may harm
agriculture severely. In that case,
fisheries can serve with instant
financial safety and solvency. So, fish
cultivation is effective in disaster risk
reduction.

A change in climate causing heavy


rainfall and flood may harm fisheries
and agriculture severely. In that case,
livestock can serve with instant
financial safety and solvency. So,
rearing livestock is effective in
disaster risk reduction.
hjohjo tarasaaa, bj a aarRjrRr
asa h ota a
aarjraRs hRsaoa.
gNRsRoosR, bosR jasj aRbR a a
NRjsaN rRssaaR ar RRaRa ao aR
ao RaaRa
taaN
aarjraRs
sarn
sRataaao .
When disasters like flood, drought,
river erosion, heavy rainfall, low
rainfall etc. occur in Mahadevpur
Upazila, livelihood of common
people gets affected by seriously
damaged agriculture, fisheries and
livestock. But, if people mange to
alternative occupations, immediate
recovery from disasters can be
possible. It also help keep solvency in
disaster period. So, alternative
livelihood is effective in disaster risk
reduction.

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Main
Sectors

Plantation

tRajasRa tRrasahaao
Mahadevpur upazila has considerable
reputation for mango cultivation. In this
Upazila, there are many mango farms
that keep this region filled with greenery.
There are plenty of akashmoni, mango,
rain-tree, water apple, eucalyptus, arjun,
akasiya, babla and plum trees. According
to official record, in Mahadevpur, there
are 10 hectares of plantation that plays a
special role in the economy of this area.

In Naogaon District, there are plenty of


structural assets including 42.68 km.
dam, 24 bridges and 549 culverts, an
overall total of 658.18 km. of upazila,
union and village roads and currently
516 deep tubewells and 11510 tubewells
for irrigation purpose. There are also 21
hats/ bazaars meeting the needs of
people by providing the basic necessities
of goods. These assets of this area play
leading role in economics as well as
Infrastructure development activities in Mahadevpur.

iaatrabR a taaN tarjraRs


earn eRataaao
Agriculture, fisheries, livestock are
seriously damaged when disasters
like flood, drought, river erosion,
heavy rainfall, low rainfall etc. occur
in Mahadevpur Upazila. Apart from
this, many houses, roads and other
structures are smashed in storms,
which affect lives and livelihoods of
people as well as environment.
Plantation has no alternative to
prevent this. So a movement with a
slogan like Plant trees, save
environment can play role in
disaster risk reduction.
When disasters like floods, droughts,
river erosion and heavy rainfall
happen in Naogaon District, a variety
of structural assets helps in many
ways. The dams located on the banks
of the river Jamuna protect the
upazilla from river erosion. During
floods and heavy rainfall, the culverts
are used for communication and
water supply. It also would benefit a
lot in agriculture. The tubewells are
used for water supply in irrigation
during drought and thus help produce
agricultural products. Roads connect
different
areas
and
develop
communication. Bazaars are also
essential for the people during
disasters providing their necessary
elements. Infrastructural resources
play important role in coping with the
disasters. So there is no alternative
but strengthening infrastructural
resource to reduce risks of disasters.
Source: field Visit, Naogaon, 2014

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2.7 Social Map


In context of the discussion of the Naogaon District disaster management committee members
with the common people of various occupations of different villages describing the objectives
and importance of making a social map, The social map of Naogaon District has been prepared
with their help. gNR soajaao oo t ao r, sassjhRr, a osjrataatsRr, aaooRsR a a raaataao r, sj a trR,
sojar, sasRsr, aj jsr, tRa sj ar, atasaa hr, Norhaajsr, Rbaj nbR ar and other important matters
jsR included in the social map. The entire condition of this upazilla is shown in the social map.
gNR soajaao oo t ao r, sassjhRr, a osjrataatsRr, aaooRsR a a raaataao r, sj a trR, sojar, sasRsr,
aj jsr, tRa sj ar, atasaa hr, Norhaajsr, Rbaj nbR ar Raa. jsR rNot taaN sRhR a a aNR bjh. aa
Njr aRR bjaR taaN aNR NRsh oo aNR aarjraRs bj jhRbR a bRbaRsr j a soajs hRohsR. jss aNR
abhosaj a ojaar jsR asaRa ao aR rNot NRsR:

2.8 Hazard and Risk


isRjr, jrrRar j a a raaataRr aNja hRa jooRaaRa aa aaooRsR a aahRr oo Njljsar sanR osooa, asjthNa, sot
hsot a tjaRs sRsRs jsR aaR aaoaRa j a rNot a Hjljsa j a earn ajh aot aasa h taaN aNR soajs
hRohsR j a taaN aNR NRsh oo GRohsjhNaajs aoraaao a h haraRb(Gah).

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2.9 Seasonal Calendar of Hazards


Though there is a dominance of drought in Naogaon District, different types of Hazards are also
seen around the year. Drought starts in December and takes a ravishing look in March and April.
Again they suffer from flash flood in the time of July, August. Again their winter crops often
damage because of the cold wave from October to January. Here the seasonal hazards are shown
through a calendar:

dsooa

tsjthN

easRs rsorao

Cosa WjsR

HRjsa aara

Hjas eja

ajsaN

dRastjsa

j tjsa

tRaRbaRs

hosRbaRs

aaoaRs

hRhaRbaRs

ithtra

tsa

t R

aja

ho Hjljsar

ihsas

Table 2.6: Calendar of Hazards based on months

Source: field Visit, Dhamoirhat, 2014

Analysis of the Hazard calendar


These hazards take place in this area in different times but when the effects of them are most
sever is shown here in the table.
Drought: it is the prominent hazard of this area. It is seen from March to June. Thou the effect of
drought is mild in the early March and late June but in other time its impact is severe. It causes
destruction of crops, want of water, and ultimate sufferings for the people.
Flood: due to the lack of proper water drainage system and continuous siltation on the river bed
flood is occurred. Flood is seen in Naogaon District from the mid of June to the end September.
Water level: going down of the water level is identified as a hazard for the local inhabitants.
Because due to the lack of water irrigation is hampered and agricultural production is declining
day by day. from May to the mid of the June the water level starts to decline and in June July it
reaches to extreme level.
Cold wave& heavy fog: though cold wave and heavy fog do not have any structural adverse
effect, agriculture and health is being affected by it every year and resulting economic
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declination. Heavy Fog gives birth to road accident, health issue for the pieces, plants and
human. From December to sometime till the first week of February Cold Wave and heavy fog
continue.
haosb: aRajtrR oo aNR jasRsrR RooRaa oo NoraasR tRjaNRs RsRsa aRjs sojar, asRRr, jhsaatsatsjs sj a,
j a a osjrastaatsR jsR ajbjhRa. hjatsjssa a aNR bo roo j a ja aNR R a oo dRastjsa raosb
oaatsr.

1
2
3
4

ajsaN

dRastjsa

j tjsa

tRaRbaRs

hosRbaRs

aaoaRs

ithtra

tsa

t R

aja

ihsas

Table 2.7: Seasonal Calendar of Livelihood


ho Source of
Livelihood

hRhaRbaRs

2.10 Seasonal Calendar of Livelihood


As there are six large water body in this area there is a good number of fishermen here. There are
also many landless farmer, agro product based businessman and other occupation holder. Here a
seasonal calendar of livelihood depicts the variation of job around the year by the local
inhabitants:

Agriculture
Fisheries
Daily Labor
Businessman
Source: field Visit, Dhamoirhat, 2014

2.11 Vulnerability on Life and Livelihood


The hazards and disasters that are mentioned earlier hamper the normal life. Thus none the less
all the farmers, fishermen, workers and businessmen become vulnerable. The vulnerability of life
and livelihood in shown in a table:
Table 2.8: Vulnerability on Life and Livelihood
Hazards/ Disasters
Sl
Low
Drought
Lack
Livelihood
River
Seasonal
no:
water
Flood
of
Erosion
Storm
level
rain
01

Agriculture

02

Fisheries

03

Daily Labor

04

Businessman

Cold
Wave

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Source: Field Visit, 2014

2.12 Sector-wise Risks and Hazards


The vulnerable sectors of Naogaon District are the crops, trees, animal, fishes, households, roads,
bridges, educational institutions, and health and shelter centers. Due to The above-discussed
hazards, these sectors become damaged. After identifying the hazards of each union and related
vulnerable sectors and elements and areas, a list and explanation has been made. By taking two
members from each group they have been classified into four groups including farmers, landless,
woman and a fisherman. After evaluating the stated risks from six people in each group
accumulating 24 people an election has been drawn to identify the most considerable risk. By
evaluating the results, it has been reevaluated by the stakeholders. Here in the table the risk and
hazards are explained:

Shelter

Health

Educational
institution

Bridges and
Culverts

Roads

Homes

Fisheries

Trees

Crops

Hazard

Livestock

Table 2.9: Sector-wise Risks and Hazards


Vulnerable Social Elements

Flood
Drought
River
Erosion
Cold
Wave
Heavy
Mist
Hail rain
Source: Field Visit, 2014

2.13 Climate Change and Its Possible Effect


Assessing the daily weather, the result of general condition of physical factors of wind sphere
(air heat, air pressure, wind direction and speed, air humidity, amount and type of clouds and
rainfall) of a place or region (30 years or more) is the climate of that place or region. Every day
the sun reaches the earth, the earth absorbs it. Absorbed sunlight emits or reflects back to space
again. Therefore, any type of exploitation of natural laws creating obstacles or barriers to this
radiation process leads to climate change.
Some sectors which are affected by climate change are described in detail below:

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Table 2.10: Climate Change and Its Possible Effect


hRaaosr
ahaao tRras
Owing to climate change, a flood like 1988s may ruin the agricultural products
of 22561 hectors of cultivable land. River erosion may cause financial loss for
numerous families destroying sugarcane and paddy lands of 6 unions. tsothNa,
jr oaatsRa a 2111, bja sta the agricultural products of approximately 16600
hectors and cause severe oa j aajs ajbjhR oos 43996 ojbasaRr. ir j sRrtsa oo
ihsaatsatsR
asabjaR aNj hR, j rtaaR sjarR oo Njassja may destroy the agricultural products
of 18230 hectors that consequently may create financial loss for many
households. Cold wave may destroy agricultural products of 12680 hectors that
may create a scarcity of food in Dhamoirhat upazilla. Heavy mist is also a threat
that may ruin the production of a lot of mango trees (for dropping out buds) and
11925 hectors of cultivable lands.
Severe drought may ruin the fish cultivation in 2750 ponds that leads to financial
loss and lack of protein supply in Dhamoirhat upazilla. 2552 atsaasjasR ho ar
darNRsaRr
bja hRa tjrNRa jtja aa j osooa jr oaatsRa a 1955. ir j sRrtsa, aa ar oasaotr ao
asa h jaota j rajsaaaa oo oooa, tasaaao j a hsoaRa .
ir j sRrtsa oo asabjaR aNj hR, j osooa sanR 1955r bja rbjrN aot bj a j asRR
a Dhamoirhat upazilla. a ar j hsRja NjbhRs oos R saso bR ajs ajsj aR. easRs
asj ajaao
Rsorao jsro bja NjbhRs R saso bR ajs ajsj aR hsjrha h bj a asRRr a ao aNR
sasRs a 6 t ao r.
i osooa sanR 1955r bja asRjaR sjan oo rjoR hsjaR oos 61% hsRh j a tobR
atsa h aNR osooa a tNjboasNja thjlassj. a bja RsR ajtrR aRjaN aRajtrR oo
HRjsaN
sts RsjasR aobbt aajaao . Besides, different epidemic may bring out. tsothNa
sanR 2111r bja ajtrR aaooRsR a na ar oo rna aarRrRr j a oaNRs hsoasRbr jbo h
65% oo aNR hohtsjaao oo tNjboasNja thjlassj.
dsooa, asothNa, sasRs Rsorao , NRjsa bara, sot sja ojss Raa. rRsaotrsa jooRaa
jhsaatsatsR, oarNRsaRr, sasRraoan j a bora abhosaj asa Ntbj sRrotsaR. 45%
LasRsaNooa
hRohsR oo tNjboasNja thjlassj bja aRaobR tosnsRrr aRajtrR oo aNRrR Njljsar.
ir j sRrtsa, aa aNsotr j aRssaasR aNjssR hR aotjsar aNR Rao obaa ao aaaao oo
tNjboasNja thjlassj.
HRjsa asothNa j a sot sRsRs oo tjaRs a isj jhjs j a Ubjs t ao r bja ajtrR j
NossaasR rajsaaaa oo tjaRs a rRsRsjs t ao r oo tNjboasNja thjlassj. ir j sRrtsa,
WjaRs
ajbjhR oo 21562 NRaaosr oo atsaasjasR sj a bja ajtrR oa j aajs sorr oo tbRsotr
ojbasaRr. iRraaRr, aaooRsR a aarRjrRr sanR rna disease can spread all over and
agriculture, fisheries and livestock can be severely spoiled.
i sudden raosb sanR 2113r bja rbjrN aot 42% oo rataatsRr a astaa h
jajaRbaa j a sRsahaotr a raaataao r, which may result in unexpected disruption of
education. 80% of earthen houses can be devastated by the storm that leads to
osjrastaatsR suffering and economic loss for many people. i osooa sanR 1955r bja ajbjhR
jsbora 349.15 nb. sojar which may impede communication. In six unions,
approximately 89 kilometers road and some schools, colleges and other
structures also may be devoured by the river. 32% of earthen houses may get

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hRaaosr

ahaao tRras
submerged in water leading many families to be homeless and economically
fallen.
Source: field Visit, Naogaon, 2014

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Chapter Three

Disaster Risk Reduction


3.1 Identification of Risk Factors
The possibility of the adverse effect of 3 elements - any hazard or hazards, resources and environment, vulnerable population of Naogaon
District and their income that is to say the interaction of the possibility of a hazard and its degree is risk. Identified risks and risk factors of
Naogaon Districts in the table below:
gjasR 3.1: CjtrR oo earn
Rrasahaao oo earnt

bbRaajaR
tsothNa, jr oaatsRa a 2111, bja sta the 1. Lack of irrigation
agricultural products of approximately 16454 system
hectors and cause severe oa j aajs ajbjhR oos
211342 hRohsR oo 43996 ojbasaRr.
i rtaaR jaajan oo rRjro js raosb may 1. Lack of mass
destroy the agricultural products of 5978 awareness
hectors that consequently may create financial
loss for 43996 families.
A sudden flood like 1988s may ruin the 1. Extreme water pressure
agricultural products of 1230 hectors of destroying the dams
cultivable lands causing great loss for 43996 2. Heavy ascending wave
families.
River erosion may cause financial loss for 1. Extreme water pressure
33683 families destroying 1230 hectors of 2. Heavy rainfall in the

CjtrRr
aoaRsjaR
1. Lack of deep tubewell
2. Deforestation and short of
plantation
3. Low ground-water level
1. Interruption in weather
reports

1. Decreased navigability
because of river erosion
2. Lack of sufficient dams in
required places
1. Shallowness of rivers

UsaabjaR
1. Lack of necessary repair of
canals
2. Shallowness of river Chhota
Jamuna
1. Deforestation and lack of
policies in plantation

1. Lack of government policies of


dredging system

1. Lack of depth of river and


proper management

DM-Plan,Naogaon District------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------33

Rrasahaao oo earnt
sugarcane and paddy lands of 5 unions.

bbRaajaR
month of Sraban

CjtrRr
aoaRsjaR

UsaabjaR
2. Lack of river dam monitoring
and implementation committee
1. Inadequate govt. supply of
pesticides
2. lack of awareness measures
from national level
1. Deforestation
2. Environment pollution

Heavy mist is also a threat that may ruin the


production of 400 mango trees (dropping out
buds) and agricultural products of 16454
hectors of cultivable lands.
Cold wave is also a threat that may create loss
for 43996 families ruining crops of 16454
hectors of cultivable lands.
In five unions, approximately 1395 houses
may be devoured by the river causing severe
financial loss.

1. Interruption in weather
reports
2. Lack of mass
awareness
1. Monsoon wind from
the north-west corner

1. lack of agricultural training


2. Lack of awareness in using
pesticides

1. Extreme water pressure


1. Heavy rainfall in the
month of Sraban

1. Shallowness of river

Severe drought may ruin the fish cultivation


in 3827 ponds that may lead to financial loss
and spoil 4300 metric tons of fish production
in Badalgachhi upazilla.
38% of earthen houses can be devastated by
the flood that leads to suffering and economic
loss for 28497 families.
In five unions, approximately 30 kilometers
road and 17 academic structures may be
devoured by the river, which may result in
unexpected disruption in education of 3400
students.
Cosa tjsR rRsaotrsa jooRaar sasRraoan. 5611

1. Lack of irrigation
system

1. Shallowness of ponds

1. Extra upstream
water pressure

1. Housing in low lands


2. Unplanned housing

1. Lack of govt. policies in


building infrastructure

1. Soft river banks


because of heavy rainfall

1. Shallowness of river

1. Not strengthening the river


banks

1. Weather change

1. Cutting down big trees/

1. Deficiency in management of

1. Climate change
2. Cold drizzling

1. Lack of depth of river and


proper management
2. Lack of river dam monitoring
and implementation committee
1. Lack of govt. steps in
necessary repairing of ponds

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Rrasahaao oo earnt

bbRaajaR
ajaasR bja aaR oo aosa tjsR aNja bja cause 2. Cold drizzling
severe oa j aajs ajbjhR oos 54111 ojbasaRr.
Low rainfall may destroy agricultural 1. Lack of sufficient
products of 6978 hectors that may create a drinking water
scarcity of food and oa j aajs sorr oos 54111
ojbasaRr in Badalgachhi upazilla.
tsothNa bja ajtrR aaooRsR a na ar oo rna 1. Lack of massaarRjrRr j a oaNRs hsoasRbr jbo h 51% oo awareness
aNR hohtsjaao j a oa j aajs sorr oos 54111
ojbasaRr oo shjaNNa thjlassjijaj.
i sudden raosb sanR 2113r bja rbjrN aot 1. Interruption in weather
54 oo jajaRbaa rataatsRr, which may result in reports
unexpected disruption in education.
5611 oo ajaasR ba aR jooRaaRa j a aaR oo 1. Lack of awareness
aaooRsR a aarRjrRr aRajtrR oo aosa tjsR aNja
bja cause severe oa j aajs ajbjhR oos 54111
ojbasaRr.

CjtrRr
aoaRsjaR
deforestation
1. Unplanned cultivation

1. lack of hospitals/ health


centers

UsaabjaR
forest department
1. Lack of repairing of old
tubewells
2. Lack of steps to set up deep
tubewells
1. Lack of govt. measures in
health sector
2. Lack of rules and planning

1. Lack of awareness measures


2. Deforestation

1. Lack of rules in plantation

1. lack of veterinary treatment

1. Lack of veterinary hospitals

Source: field visit, 2014

3.2 Identification of Ways of Risk Reduction


The risk and ways of risk reduction coming out from the union based yard meeting and discussion with important people has been discussed in
detail in the following table:

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Table 3.2: Wryd tn Rpdk RDo opth


tRrasahaao oo earnr

hNosa-aRsb
tsothNa, jr oaatsRa a 2111, bja sta the 1. Proper irrigation system
agricultural products of approximately
16454 hectors and cause severe oa j aajs
ajbjhR oos 211342 hRohsR oo 43996
ojbasaRr.
i rtaaR jaajan oo rRjro js raosb may 1. Arising mass awareness
destroy the agricultural products of 5978
hectors that consequently may create
financial loss for 43996 families.
A sudden flood like 1988s may ruin the
agricultural products of 1230 hectors of
cultivable lands causing great loss for
43996 families.
River erosion may cause financial loss for
33683 families destroying 1230 hectors of
sugarcane and paddy lands of 5 unions.

1. Dam management

Heavy mist is also a threat that may ruin the


production of 400 mango trees (dropping
out buds) and agricultural products of
16454 hectors of cultivable lands.
Cold wave is also a threat that may create

1. Maintaining continuity in
early weather reports
2. Creating mass awareness

1. Measures to prevent
water pressure with tin,
bamboo and sand piles

1. Measures for protecting

aorraasR tjar oo sarn sRataaao


Medium
Lo h-aRsb
1. Sufficient deep
1. Canal repairing
tubewells
2. Dredging river Baranoi
2. Avoiding deforestation
and promoting plantation
1. Continuity in weather
reports and proper
explanation

1. Avoiding deforestation and


promoting plantation by govt. policies

1. Dredging the rivers


2. Strengthening the river
banks with closely set
stones
1. Raising navigability of
rivers
2. Setting dams

1. Blocking the river edges imposing


government policy

1. Timely use of
pesticides
2. Arranging training on
agriculture
1. Creating mass

1. River dredging and forming and


managing of implementation
committee
2. Constructing dams on rivers
3. Allotting budgets
1. adequate govt. supply of pesticides
2. awareness measures from national
level
1. Sufficient plantation by forest

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tRrasahaao oo earnr

hNosa-aRsb
loss for 43996 families ruining crops of crops from cold wave
16454 hectors of cultivable lands.
In five unions, approximately 1395 houses 1. Measures to prevent
may be devoured by the river causing water pressure with tin,
severe financial loss.
bamboo and sand piles

Severe drought may ruin the fish cultivation


in 3827 ponds that may lead to financial
loss and spoil 4300 metric tons of fish
production in Badalgachhi upazilla.
38% of earthen houses can be devastated by
the flood that leads to suffering and
economic loss for 28497 families.
In five unions, approximately 30 kilometers
road and 17 academic structures may be
devoured by the river, which may result in
unexpected disruption in education of 3400
students.
Cosa tjsR rRsaotrsa jooRaar sasRraoan. 5611
ajaasR bja aaR oo aosa tjsR aNja bja cause
severe oa j aajs ajbjhR oos 54111 ojbasaRr.
Low rainfall may destroy agricultural
products of 6978 hectors that may create a
scarcity of food and oa j aajs sorr oos 54111
ojbasaRr in Badalgachhi upazilla.

aorraasR tjar oo sarn sRataaao


Medium
awareness
department
1. Raising navigability of
rivers
2. Setting dams

Lo h-aRsb

1. River dredging and forming and


managing of implementation
committee
2. Constructing dams on rivers
3. Allotting budgets
1. Govt. steps in necessary repairing of
ponds

1. Proper irrigation system

1. Allowing lone to fish


cultivators for increasing
depth of pond

1. Prevent water pressure


with sand piles

1. Building houses on
high lands

1. Forming govt. policies in building


infrastructure

1. Protecting river banks


with sand piles

1. Raising navigability of
rivers through dredging

1. Setting govt. rules and planning and


ensuring proper implementation

1. Talking care of cattle

1. Raising awareness
among livestock
cultivators
1. Planned cultivation
with the help of local
agriculture department

1. Constructing govt. policies in


building veterinary hospitals

1. Proper management of
running deep tubewells

1. Repairing old tubewells and


setting up new deep tubewells

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tRrasahaao oo earnr
tsothNa bja ajtrR aaooRsR a na ar oo rna
aarRjrRr j a oaNRs hsoasRbr jbo h 51% oo
aNR hohtsjaao j a oa j aajs sorr oos 54111
ojbasaRr oo ijajshjaNNa thjlassj.
i sudden raosb sanR 2113r bja rbjrN
aot 54 oo jajaRbaa rataatsRr, which may
result in unexpected disruption in education
of 16185 students.
5611 oo ajaasR ba aR jooRaaRa j a aaR oo
aaooRsR a aarRjrRr aRajtrR oo aosa tjsR aNja
bja cause severe oa j aajs ajbjhR oos
54111 ojbasaRr.

hNosa-aRsb
1. Creating mass awareness

aorraasR tjar oo sarn sRataaao


Medium
Lo h-aRsb
1. Arranging clinics/
1. Taking govt. measures in health
heath centers
sector
And fixing rules and planning

1. Maintaining continual
supply of weather reports
through radio, television

1. Taking awareness steps 1. Making policies for the


1. Creating mass
accommodation of cattle and allowing
awareness
budget

1. Creating mass awareness

1. Managing treatment
for cattle

1. Establishing veterinary hospitals by


govt. rules

Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

3.3. NGOs Development Plan


Table 3.3: NGOs Development Plan
Sl.
NGOs
No.
1
Bondhon Somaj Unnayan Songstha
2

Bohumukhi Somaj Unnayan Songstha

3
4

Adibasi Unnyan Kendro


Borendra Bhumi Somaj Unnayan
Songstha
Borendra Polli Somiti
Somonnito Polli Unnayan Songstha

5
6

Disaster related activity


Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Micro-finance, academic lone and risk minimization
Agricultural awareness, and risk minimization
Agricultural awareness, and risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and

Beneficiaries

Project duration

1600-1800

Running

1300-1500

Running

1900-2100
3000-3400

Running
Running

2600-2800
2200-2400

Running
Running
38

Sl.
No.

NGOs

7
8

Udoyon somiti
Borsha Unnayan Songstha

Bolaka Somaj Unnayan Songstha

10

Protiva Grameen Unnayan Songstha

11

Saraswatipur Academy

12
13

Association for Social Organization


(ASOD)
Polli Gram Unnayan Songstha

14

Jonaki Somaj Unnayan Songstha

15

Jatio Kollan Songtha (JaKS)

16

19
20

Center for Action Research Barindra


(CARB)
Madishohor Child Development
Sponcorship Program
Dulalpara Child Development
Sponcorship Program
Proshika
BIZ

21
22

Caritas
Association for Community

17
18

Disaster related activity


risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone.
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Helps deprived agricultural and fish farmers
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization
Disaster awareness, risk minimization and relief
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk

Beneficiaries

Project duration

1200-1400
1300-1400

Running
Running

1500-1600

Running

1700-1900

Running

1500-1600

Running

2000-2100

Running

1500-1700

Running

1200-1400

Running

2000-2300

Running

2100-2200

Running

1700-1900

Running

2800-3000

Running

2000-2200
2500-2700

Running
Running

1700-1900
2400-2600

Running
Running

39

Sl.
No.

NGOs

23

Development
Supoth

24

Child Sight Foundation

25

ASA

27
28

Ghashful
Palli Shishu Foundation of Bangladesh
(PSF)
Polli Shree

29
30

Bangladesh Lutharen Mission- Finnis


(BLMF)

31
32

Resource Inatrigresana charity (RIC)


BRAC

33

TMSS

34

Inborn Health Education

35

Bureau Bangladesh

36

Mahadevpur Development
Foundation

37

S.D.F.

Disaster related activity


minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
26risk minimization
Microcredit program, social development
Works on mother and child health awareness and
family planning through Surjer Hashi Clinic
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization
Educational scholarship, health care service, tree
plantation, Arsenic testing and provides training
about awareness and developmental programs
Runs microcredit program
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Runs microcredit program and training programs on
employment
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Nursery, forestation, sanitation, fish farming, autism
treatment and national days celebration
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization

Beneficiaries

Project duration

1600-1800

Running

3000-3200

Running

1800-2000

Running

2100-2300
1700-1900

Running
Running

2000-2200

Running

2200-2400

Running

2100-2200
2600-2800

Running
Running

1500-1700

Running

1900-2000

Running

1700-1900

Running

2800-3000

Running

2000-2200

Running

40

Sl.
No.
38

Ashroy

39

Shiyali Arpon Unnayan Songstha

40
41

WAVE Foundation
Brotee

42

Light House

43

ARCO

NGOs

Disaster related activity

Beneficiaries

Sanitation, preventing early marriage and stopping


dowry
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization
Democratic local regulation reinforcement program
Public awareness, micro-finance, academic lone and
risk minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization
Public awareness, micro-finance and risk
minimization

Project duration

2500-2700

Running

1700-1900

Running

2400-2600
1600-1800

Running
Running

3000-3200

Running

1800-2000

Running

Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

3.4. Disaster Management Action Plan


3.4.1. Pre-disaster Preparation

12 km.
1

River Dredging

River Dams

10-12
crores
12 km.

10-12

It is osob Sutanpur
bazaar of Hatur union JanuaryApril
up to Shibganj of
Chandas union
It is osob Sutanpur
January-

NGO%

Loajaao

UP%

aorraasR
itahRa

Cobbt aaa
%

gjshRa LRsRs

WNo & Hot djs


% Uhjlassj

hL iaaasaaaRr

aorraasR tjaR

Table 3.4: Pre-disaster Preparation

111
35

11

25 25

iaatrabR a taaN tRsRsohbR a asj

The operations will make the people


in the area aware and enthusiastic to
take pre-disaster preparation
immediately In order to reduce the
risk of disaster. As a result, damage

41

crores

Deep
Tubewells

Agricultural
Training

Proper
Continuity of
Weather
Report

30 deep
tubewells
(220-250 feet
deep)

3 day training
for ward wise
groups each
containing 30
members

Public
awareness
through UP
members
Public
3 day training
Involvement in for ward wise

5-6 lakhs

bazaar of Hatur union April


up to Shibganj of
Chandas union
5 in Veempur, 4 in
Khajur, 4 in Chandas,
5 in Mahadevpur, 2 in
Anytime of
Hatur, 3 in
60
the year
Uttargram, 3 in
Enayetpur, 2 in
Cheragpur and 2 in
Raigaon

NGO%

UP%

Loajaao

Cobbt aaa
%

aorraasR
itahRa

% Uhjlassj

gjshRa LRsRs

aorraasR tjaR

hL iaaasaaaRr

WNo & Hot djs

to people's lives and property will


be reduced. If the operations are
properly implemented, it will
contribute to the overall socioeconomic and national development
1

10

11

11 31

5-6 lakhs taooRsR a tjsar oo RjaN April- May


41
t ao

15

41

30-35
lakhs

11

61

21

Upazilla Agriculture
2-3 lakhs Office

November- 61
January

taooRsR a tjsar oo RjaN AugustSeptember

21

iaatrabR a taaN tRsRsohbR a asj

30

42

UP%

NGO%

20 feet deep
Preserving
(presently 10 50-60
Water by
lakhs
Digging ponds feet)

Employment
for the
Disabled

15

15

21

61

Anytime of
the year
19

01

70

10

25

35

iaatrabR a taaN tRsRsohbR a asj

t ao

Disaster report groups each


explanation
containing 20
members

Raising selfreliance of
the disabled
3 day training
for ward wise
Mass
groups each
Awareness
through Govt. containing 30
members
Policy

Loajaao

Cobbt aaa
%

aorraasR
itahRa

% Uhjlassj

gjshRa LRsRs

aorraasR tjaR

hL iaaasaaaRr

WNo & Hot djs

taooRsR a tjsar oo
RjaN t ao

15-20
lakhs

taooRsR a t ao r oo
Mahadevpurthjlassj

20-25
lakhs

All wards of each


union

MarchApril

JanuaryFebruary

35

Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

43

3.4.2 During disaster preparation


Table 3.5: During disaster preparation

3
4

hoR rj aajaao
raraRb

Loajaao

aorraasR
tjaR

% hG

hjoR asj roRs oo


jrrRar
bbRaajaR j a
rjoR Rsjatjaao
oo hsRh j a
tobR . aNasasR ,
aNR aarjasRa j a
aNR osa
bbRaajaR
asRjabR a ojaasaaa
tarasaataa h asa
oooa j a rjoR
tjaRs
HRsha h aNR
jooRaaRa

aorraasR
itahRa

% Ua

gjshRa
LRsRs

% Cobbt aaa

hL iaaasaaaRr

% Uhjlassj

WNo & Hot djs

hjoRaa osob
ajbjhRr
hjoRaa osob
ajbjhRr

7-5
sjnNr
7-5
sjnNr

iooRaaRa
jsRj
iooRaaRa
jsRj

ttsa h
aarjraRs
ttsa h
aarjraRs

11

21

41

31

11

21

41

31

raj a saoR
rthhosa
raj a saoR
rthhosa

7-5
sjnNr
11-12
sjnNr

iooRaaRa
jsRj
iooRaaRa
jsRj

ttsa h
aarjraRs
ttsa h
aarjraRs

39

21

41

31

29

31

hjaRaa oos
sasRr j a
jrrRar
issRsajaao
NRjsaN

5-11
sjnNr

iooRaaRa
jsRj

ttsa h
aarjraRs

21

19

61

3-4
sjnNr

iooRaaRa
jsRj

ttsa h
aarjraRs

25

31

41

iaatrabR a taaN tRsRsohbR a asj

The operations will make the people in


the area aware and enthusiastic to take
pre-disaster preparation immediately In
order to reduce the risk of disaster. As
a result, damage to people's lives and
property will be reduced. If the
operations are properly implemented, it
will contribute to the overall socioeconomic and national development

44

Loajaao

aorraasR
tjaR

iaatrabR a taaN tRsRsohbR a asj


% hG

aorraasR
itahRa

% Ua

gjshRa
LRsRs

% Uhjlassj

hL iaaasaaaRr

% Cobbt aaa

WNo & Hot djs

hsoasRbr
Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

3.4.3 Post Disaster Preparation


Table 3.6: Post Disaster Preparation
hL iaaasaaaRr

gjshRa LRsRs

Enabling debris
management and
preventing diseases
and suffering in
post disaster period
Enabling
communication
system in
emergency rescue,
damaged crop
management and
relief activities in

Debris
Cleaning

eoja
ao rastaaao
j a sRhjasa h

aorraasR
itahRa

Loajaao

61-71
sjnNr

iooRaaRa
jsRjr

25-31
asosRr

iooRaaRa
jsRjr

aorraasR
tjaR
aoraaarjraRs
hRsaoa

WNo & Hot djs


Uhjlassj Cobbt aaa
hG
%Ua
%
%
%

15

15

51

21

55

aoraaarjraRs
hRsaoa
41

iaatrabR a taaN
tRsRsohbR a asj
The operations will make
the people in the area
aware and enthusiastic to
take pre-disaster
preparation immediately In
order to reduce the risk of
disaster. As a result,
damage to people's lives
and property will be
reduced. If the operations
are properly implemented,
it will contribute to the

45

hL iaaasaaaRr

eRao rastaaao
oo jajaRbaa
a raaataao r
ssahjaao
raraRb

gjshRa LRsRs
post disaster period
asoaRaaao oo sasRr
j a jajaRbaa
hsohsRrr

Hotra h
bj jhRbR a

asoaRaaa h asohr
osob tjaRs sohha h
j a oooa asarar
jssRsajaao
irrtsa h aNR rNRsaRs
oos jooRaaRa hRohsR

eRsaRo
jaaasaaa

sR-RrajasarNa h
sRhtsjs saoR

aorraasR
itahRa

Loajaao

aorraasR
tjaR

61-71
sjnNr

iooRaaRa
jsRjr

aoraaarjraRs
hRsaoa

6-7
sjnNr

iooRaaRa
jsRjr

aoraaarjraRs
hRsaoa

61-71
sjnNr

iooRaaRa
jsRjr

5-11
asosRr

iooRaaRa
jsRjr

aoraaarjraRs
hRsaoa
aoraaarjraRs
hRsaoa

WNo & Hot djs


Uhjlassj Cobbt aaa
hG
%Ua
%
%
%

iaatrabR a taaN
tRsRsohbR a asj
overall socio-economic
and national development

19

01

70

10

35

25

35

55

20

20

35

55

Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

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3.4.4 Preparation for Normal Period


Table 3.7: Preparation for Normal Period
hL iaaasaaaRr
1

3
4
5

gjshRa LRsRs

Setting dams asoaRaaao oo


asohr osob
osooa
rrajasarNa h hjoRaa oo sasRr
rNRsaRs
osob aarjraRsr
NotrR
tRRh
WjaRs rthhsa a
ataRtRssr
asa rRjro r
Plantation
r saso bR ajs
ijsj aR
eRhjasa h
hjoRaa oo sasRr
NotrRr
j a jrrRar osob
aarjraRsr
ejara h
r saso bR ajs
jtjsR Rrr
ijsj aR

aorraasR
itahRa

Loajaao

aorraasR
tjaR

WNo & Hot djs


Uhjlassj Cobbt aaa
hG
%Ua
%
%
%

January April

35

15

25

25

SeptemberApril

45

11

11

35

41

11

11

41

21

11

51

21

15

31

11

45

19

20

20

40

SeptemberApril
JulySeptember
SeptemberApril
r aasR aRjs

iaatrabR a taaN
tRsRsohbR a asj
The operations will make the
people in the area aware and
enthusiastic to take predisaster preparation
immediately In order to
reduce the risk of disaster. As
a result, damage to people's
lives and property will be
reduced. If the operations are
properly implemented, it will
contribute to the overall
socio-economic and national
development

Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

47

Chapter Four

Emergency Response
4.1.

raDubDh y eiDuropth eDhoDu(ree)

h rhy kpho tn Srfruo, raDubDh y eiDuropth eDhouD dDutDd DnnD optD phouDburopth ph
bptphb uDdithdD.

r optD ntu e uphb opdrdoDu iDupto po kDDid24 St ud rho arhrbDd

oror rho phntuaropth

tccD opth, rddDddaDho, oDathDdouropth rho rddDo arhrbDaDho.

eSDuD ruD rh tiDuropth, r


tiDuropth

thoutc utta rho r

taa hp ropth utta ph DaDubDh y

DhoDu.

Table 4.1: Persons in charge of emergency operation center


Sl. no
Name
Designation
1
DC
President
2
M.P
Advisor
3
N.O
Member
4
N.O, Manda
Member
5
N.O, Mohadevpur
Member
6
N.O, Sapahar
Member
7
N.O, Raninagar
Member
8
N.O, Dhamoirhat
Member
9
N.O
Member
10
N.O, Niamathpur
Member
11
N.O, Badalgachhi
Member
12
N.O
Member
13
PIO, Mohadevpur
Member
14
PIO, Sapahar
Member
15
PIO, Dhamoirhat
Member
16
PIO, Niamathpur
Member
17
PIO, Naogaon Sadar
Member
18
PIO
Member
PIO
19
Member
PIO
20
Member
21
District livestock Officer
Member
22
District Fisheries Officer
Member
23
District Primary Education Officer
Member
24
District Education Officer
Member
25
District Family Planning Officer
Member
26
Director, BRDB
Member
27
Uzp Chairman, Raninagar
Member
28
Director, District Youth Development
Member
29
District Information Officer
Member

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01711 460833
01711 372150
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01711 960908
01717 566432
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01611 954897
01716 948586
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48

Sl. no
30
31
32
33
34
35

Name
District Women Affairs Officer
N.E
Civel Surgeon
District Food Controller, Naogaon
Anser VDB, Naogaon
DRRO

Designation
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Secretary

Mobile
01911 775252
1558354037
01712 226737
01741 624850
01730 030894
---

Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee, Naogaon

.4.1.1Emergency Control Room Management

Emergency control room has to be established by Upazilla/ Union Parishad Office


immediately after disaster. It has to be ensured that there are at least 3/ 4 volunteers and
village policemen always in emergency control room.

eRrho raasR hRsro r oo lassj/ jlassj jsR ao aR a aNjshR oo ao asos soobth.


gNsRR hsothr RjaN ao aja a h aNsRR sost aRRsr jsR ao htaaR aNR ao asos
soob jsaRs jaasRsa oos24 Notsr.
Co raj a aobbt aajaao taaN aasarao js/ Zassj hjajs ar ao aR bja aja Ra.
ao asos soob gNRsR btra aR j sRharaRs a aNR. aRsro r jaaa h a j a
rRatsR, ajaj j a a oosbjaao sRaaRsRa aa j a rR a ao j a hRsro r a j a
rhRaaoaa aabR jsR ao aR tsaaaR rhRaaoaajssa a aNja sRharaRs.
aoraaao r oo lassj/ thjlassjr, aojar, aj jsr, ajbr jsR ao aR bjsnRa o j
aNR tjss oo ao asos soob ro aNja aa bja NRsh a aaR aaoaa h bjh Nt h o
aNR bora ajbjhRa jsRr ja hora-aarjraRs hRsaoa.
dos aNR rjnR oo ao asos soob jaaasaaaRr, aa ar abhosaj a ao hsRrRssR sjaao,
aNjshRs sahNa, 5aah aosaN sahNar ,htb aooar ,saoR ajanRar ,ajaaRsaRr ,
sja aojar j a oaNRs RotahbR a.

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4.2. icrhhphb ntu

rfruo iDupto

Table 4.2: During Hazard activites implementation


hc.
y optpoy
erubDo cDtDc
ht
1

WSDh

Preparing
volunteers

WSt

Volunteer groups should be formed From warning


under the guidance of UP members at announcement
union level
in
disaster
period
Every UP member is to personally From warning
Warning
Announcement ensure the matter of warning announcement
announcement in his/ her ward.
in
disaster
period
Preparing
Sufficient numbers of boats, motor From warning
Boats/
cars/ vessels, vans are to be preserved to be announcement
vans
used in emergency.
in
disaster
period
Rescue Activity preparing sufficient equipments and Immediately
human resource for rescue activity after disaster
assessing accurate loss of disaster

Local
Govt.

First
Aid/ Organizing necessary treatment/ Immediately
health/
dead medicines/ health services assessing after disaster
management
accurate loss of disaster

Local
Govt.

Collecting and Dry food like flatten rice, puffed rice Immediately
Preparing Dry etc. is to be collected from local after disaster
Food and Life- markets for instant distribution.
saving

Local
Govt.

Local
Govt.

WSt ot

Dci

Disaster
Management
Committee

t
eSut bS

ethor o
ZDMC

raDubDh y
ethoutc Rtta

Volunteer groups eSut bS

ZDMC

raDubDh y
ethoutc Rtta

Local
Govt.

Volunteer groups eSut bS

ZDMC

raDubDh y
ethoutc Rtta

Local
Govt.

Volunteer groups eSut bS

ZDMC

raDubDh y
ethoutc Rtta
Volunteer groups eSut bS

ZDMC

raDubDh y
ethoutc Rtta
Volunteer
eSut bS
groups, Health raDubDh y
assistant, Family

ZDMC

50

hc.
ht

y optpoy

erubDo cDtDc

WSDh

WSt

Medicine
7

10

11

Relief Activity

Arranging
Rehearsals

Dci

welfare assistant

Treatment/
Collecting necessary medicines
Vaccine
for
Cattle

Shelter
Management

WSt ot

Immediately
after disaster

Local
Govt.

To keep the shelter house usable Pre and during Local


maintaining
necessary
repairing disaster period Govt.
before the disaster prone season
UP chairman has to supervise the during and post Local
relief activity of different relief and disaster period Govt.
rehabilitation assisting groups.

Arranging continual rehearsals in April


and
cyclone/ flood prone areas
September of
each year
Emergency
Emergency control room has to be during and post
Control Room established by Upazilla/ Union disaster period
Management
Parishad Office immediately after
disaster. It has to be ensured that there
are at least 3/ 4 volunteers and village
policemen always in emergency
control room.

Volunteer
groups, Upazilla
veterinary
hospital
and
Health centre
Volunteer groups

ethor o

ethoutc Rtta
eSut bS

ZDMC

raDubDh y
ethoutc Rtta
eSut bS

ZDMC

raDubDh y
ethoutc Rtta
Volunteer groups eSut bS

ZDMC

raDubDh y
ethoutc Rtta

Local
Govt.

Volunteer groups

UP

UP

Local
Govt.

Volunteer groups

UP

UP

Information source: Field visit, 2014

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4.2.1. Preparing volunteers


Forming volunteer groups under the guidance of UP members at ward level
Spreading announcement and information to every villages through volunteers
Distributing duties signals, data collection, rescue, evacuation, shelter management
and arranging training on disaster risk reduction among all volunteers
4.2.2. Warning Announcement
Every UP member is to personally ensure the matter of warning announcement in his/
her ward.
Once in every hour, mike announcements have to be arranged up to 5 no. signals
transmitted by radio, television. As soon as the great danger signal (8-9 no. signals) is
announced by radio and television, mike announcement and school bell ringing have
to be done constantly as danger alarm.
4.2.3. Evacuation Activity
Every UP member is to start evacuating people to safer places with the help of
volunteer groups of that ward as soon as it is announced to evacuate the people of
risky areas by radio, television.
As soon as 8 no. extreme danger signal is declared, mike announcements and
volunteer activities have to be ensured toward every home to direct the vulnerable
people to safe places. The vulnerable people must be well-informed of the shelter they
belong to.
4.2.4. Rescue and First Aid
The people of extreme risk zone are to be under the supervision of members of Zilla/
upazilla disaster management committee.
A fixed deposit has to be run by Zilla/ upazilla disaster management committee for
rescue management.
Temporary health camps have to be set up and directed.
The sick, the old, children and pregnant women are to be sent toward hospitals
immediately.
Every UP member together with volunteers is in charge of dead body management as
well as burial of cattle.
4.2.5. Shelter Management
To keep the shelter house usable maintaining necessary repairing before the disaster
prone season
To fix the specific shelters to be chosen by specific people in emergency
To ensure complete safety of women, children and disable persons (in taking shelter)
To ensure safe water supply and other services
To help people carry their necessary assets (cattle, poultry, food etc.) to safe places
4.2.6. Preparing Boats
Zilla/ upazilla disaster management committee is to keep the account of motor-boats
and settle on which ones are to be used in emergency.
The owners of boats are to help them in this task.
The names and mobile numbers of owners of boats are to be preserved.

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4.2.7. aRjrtsa h aNR tjbjhR j a hRRa oo tarjraRs j a rR aa h eRhosa


Immediately after the disaster, SOS Form is to be sent within 24 hours and D Form
is to be sent within 7 days to the UP chairman.
With the help of UP secretary, UP chairman is to collect the reports of every ward and
send those to the chairman of upazilla disaster management committee within the next
12 hours.
4.2.8. Relief Activity
UP chairman has to supervise the relief activity of different relief and rehabilitation
assisting groups.
If any other relief distributor groups come from outside, it is ordered to keep a record
of the amount and category of relief and rehabilitation materials and to inform control
room of the groups and their assigned areas.
Union disaster management committee is to fix and distribute the amount/ number of
relief materials among people based on vulnerability and damage at ward level.
4.2.9. Collecting and Preparing Dry Food and Life-saving Medicine
Dry food like flatten rice, puffed rice etc. is to be collected from local markets for
instant distribution.
Food materials like rice, peas, flour, oil etc. and house-building materials like tin,
nylon string etc. are to be collected from local markets.
With the help of health assistant and family planning assistant, all necessary
medicines are to be listed and collected at union level.
Union chairman is to be in charge of assimilation of necessary transportations like
rickshaws, taxies and other vehicles to transport relief materials as well as relief
workers.
4.2.10. Treatment/ Vaccine for Cattle
Collecting necessary medicines from upazilla veterinary hospital and preserving those
in UP building or health center according to situations
Arranging necessary trainings on veterinary treatment for the members of union
disaster management committee
Relating experienced persons to veterinary treatment if it is necessary in disaster
period
4.2.11. Arranging Rehearsals
Arranging rehearsals on signal/ warning announcement, evacuation, rescue and
primary relief management
Arranging continual rehearsals in cyclone/ flood prone areas
Assessing disaster preparation through rehearsals involving the population in April
and September each year
Mentioning in the rehearsals to take the sick, the disable, pregnant women and
children to shelter center
Executing rehearsals, for teaching people of risky areas, in risky villages instead of
UP office

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4.2.12. Emergency Control Room Management


Emergency control room has to be established by Upazilla/ Union Parishad Office
immediately after disaster. It has to be ensured that there are at least 3/ 4 volunteers
and village policemen always in emergency control room.
Union Parishad secretary and responsible persons are to be in charge of emergency
control room.
4.2.13. hSDcoDu eDhouDdr hrnD icr Dd

Places that do not get washed away in flood and lie away from river erosion can be
used as shelter centers.
Selected shelter centers, local schools, colleges, govt. and non-govt., organizations,
high roads and dams can be used as shelter centers.

4.3 List and explanation of area safe places of Naogaon zilla


Table 4.3: List and explanation of area safe places of Naogaon zilla
Shelters
epdoup o
erir poy
UzP
Naogaon 5000-10000 person (Tentative)
Noagaon UP
Naogaon 5000-10000 person (Tentative)
Harur Up
Naogaon 5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
Khajur Up
Naogaon
Chandas UP

Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)

Comment
-----------

Raygaon UP
Anaythpur UP
SafapurUP
Uttorgram UP
Charagpur UP
Vhimpur Up
eSratpuSro, ti

Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)


5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)

---------------

ycrai u, ti

Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)

---

taru, ti

Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)

---

yurhrbru, ti

Naogaon

2000-5000 person (Tentative)

---

rrSrhi u, ti

Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)

---

d gi u, ti

Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)

---

aSDchr, ti

Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)

---

b hyburoD, ti

Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)

---

Badalgachhi UP
Mathurapur UP
Paharpur UP
Mithapur UP
Kola UP

Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon

5000-10000 person (Tentative)


5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)

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Shelters
Bilasbari UP
Adhaipur UP
Balubhara UP
Valain UP
Varso UP
Bishnupur UP
Goneshpur UP
Kalikapur UP
Kasopara UP
Kasob UP
Kusumba UP
UPMoinam UP
Manda
Nurullabad UP
Paranpur UP
Proshadpur UP
Tetulia UP
Md. Hamidur Rahman
Md. Tariqul Islam
Rafiqul Islam
Md. Abdul jolil Mondol
Abdur Rahman Kollol
Md. Jillur Rahman

epdoup o
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon
Naogaon

erir poy
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
2000-5000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)
2000-5000 person (Tentative)
5000-10000 person (Tentative)

Comment
-----------------------------------------------

Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

4.4. Formation of Shelter Management Committee


Shelter management is a very significant part of disaster management. Because of lack of
proper and suitable management, many shelter centers get useless. Shelter management:
hjsRr saoR j a jrrRar atsa h aarjraRsr
hjsRr sasRraoan atsa h aarjraRsr
r rtsRr hsohRs trR j a bj jhRbR a oo rNRsaRs aR aRsr
Shelter Management Committee
There are 7-9 members in shelter management committee.
The 7-9 member committee consists of UP chairman/ members, responsible persons,
social workers, teachers, NGO staffs, land provider, volunteers etc.
This committee can act as this management committee according to approval of the
denizens.
Half of the committee members have to be females.
This committee fixes the responsibilities of shelter management.
It performs the complete supervision and management of shelter center with the help
of the denizens.
It arranges meetings, keeps records of decisions and fixes responsibilities and
deadlines for implementation of those decisions.

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The list of shelter management committee is to be attached to Disaster Management


Plan.

The places to be used as shelter centers:


Selected shelter centers
Local schools, colleges
Govt. and non-govt. organization
High roads and dams
Things to be noticed in shelter center are:

Preserving tent/ polyether/ ORS/ filter/ necessary medicines (Paracetamol, Flagil


etc.)/ water purifying tablets/ bleaching powder etc. in shelter centers
Measures for drinking water and cooking
Sanitation system (male-female specified)
Bathing place (male-female specified)
Keeping clean and waste free
Safety
Light
Hygiene
Registration of protected people, enlisting and storing of their reserved assets and
returning those properly while discharging
Distributing duties among particular staffs and volunteers for shelter management
Managing food and treatment for the protected
Special care for pregnant women, the old and the disable

Use of Shelter Center:


Shelter centers are mainly used for safe shelter for vulnerable people during disasters.
Shelter centers can be used in community development activities except disaster
period.
It can also be used as primary ailment center.
It can be used as school and education center for elderly people.
It can be used as wireless station.
hSDcoDu eDhoDu MrhrbDaDho

Every shelter center should be properly supervised.


Local steps should be taken to protect the shelter centers from being ruined.
Plantation should be maintained surrounding shelter centers in a planned way.
Shelter center should be locked except disaster period.
Shelter Management committee should be formed according to guideline.
The list of Shelter Management committee is to be attached to Disaster Management
Committee.

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Charity killa / Flood Ashrayan Center

School CumShelter

Table 4.4: List of shelter space


hSDcoDu
NraD
Patari School cumshelter
Goala School cumshelter
Aihai School cum-shelter
Goala flood shelter
Aihai flood shelter
Upazilla Porishad
Naogaon UP
Hatur UP
Khajur UP
Chandas UP
Raygaon UP
Anaythpur UP
Safapur UP
Uttorgram UP
Charagepur UP
Vhimpur UP
Dhamoirhat UP
Alampur UP
Omar UP
Aranagar UP
Jahanpur UP
Isabpur UP
Khelna UP
Agradegun UP
Badalgachhi UP
Mathurapur UP
Paharpur UP
Mithapur UP
Kola UP
Bilasbari UP

RDdithdpgcD iDudth

MtgpcD

Comment

Md. Toriqul Islam

01718 115827

Md. Abdul Jalil Mondal

01741 176692

Md. Hamidur Rahaman


Abdul Motin
Md. Motiur Rahaman
Upazilla Chairman
Md. Abdul Mannan
Chawdary
Md. Akbar Ali Mondal
Md. Balal Uddin
Md. Abdus Satter
Md. Mofaqrul Islam
Md. Mahadi Hasan
Md. Samsul Alam
Shek Sha-Alam Faisal
Ramproshad Kundu
Ramaproshad Vadro
Md. Wazed Ali Kabir
Mr.Md. Ataur Rahaman
Md. Halal Hossen
Mr.Md. Shajahan Ali
Kamol
Mr. Md. Osman ali
Md. abu Awadud
Md. Al-Hill Mahamud
md. Abdul Mannan
MM Gafur
Md. Abdul hadi
Chawdhary
Md. Sultan Mahamud
Sarder
Mir Mohiuddin Alamgir
Md. Golam Rabbani
Mukul
Md. Amran Hossen Khan

01713 815382
01714 864830
01714 864830
--01717 899287

---------

01719 728126
01733 131866
01712 255157
01712 218021
01713 730423
01711 451809
01711 463530
01740 846032
01715 605196
01716 963060
01728 772724
01748 677773
01719 898007

-------------------------

01715 464726
01714 505186
01719 036000
01712 418477
01711 982433
01711 192977

-----------

01721 718590

-----

---

---

-----

01713 760010
01726 642894

---

01713 731534

---

---

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hSDcoDu

NraD
Adhaipur UP
Balubhara UP
Valain UP
Varso UP
Bishnupur UP
Goneshpur UP
Kalikapur UP
Mohis Bathan
Suzail Mor

High Roads

Patakata
Shibgonghat
Khelna UP
Badalgachhi UP
Mothurapur UP
Bilasbari UP
Mithapukur to
Patakatahat
Goala
Aihai
Patari

RDdithdpgcD iDudth

MtgpcD

Md. Samsul Alam Khan


Md. Al-Amran Hossen
Md. Rafiqul Islam
Md. Sariqul Islam
Md. Zahangir Alam
Md. Safiqul Islam Babul
Md. Asraful Islam
Md. Abdul Mannan
Chawdary
Md. Abdul Mannan
Chawdary
Md. Abdul Mannan
Chawdary
Md. Abdus Satter
Md.Alhil Mahamud
MM Gafur
Md. Abdul hadi
Chawdary
Md. Anran Hossen Khan
Md. Jahangir Alam

01713 719466
01713 731534
01922 518411
01739 410182
01717 669532
01713 760207
01713 761722
01717 899287

Md. Abdul Jalil Mondal


Md. Hamidur Rahaman
Md. Tariqul Islam

01717 899287
01717 899287

Comment
---------------------

01712 255157
01719 036000
01711 982433
01711 192977

-------

01713 731534
01717 669532

---

01741 176692
01713 815382
01718 115827

-------

---

---

Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

4.5 District resources inventory (which may be used during the


disaster)
Table 4.5: Resources List of District
Infrastructure /
N agDu Responsible Person
resources
Shelter
06
UNO
Storage
37
DC
Car
26
District Officers

Short Description
Manda Upazilla-2, Atari Upazilla-4.
Is used to store goods
Used to district officers
Source: Zilla Parishad, Naogaon

ephrh D .4.6
The income of Union Parishad arises from collecting local tax, approving lease for hat/
bazaars and canals/ swamps and approving trade licenses for business and trade. But, this
authority has been taken away from Union Parishad. As a result, its income sources have
been reduced. Nonetheless, Govt. is presently allowing Union Parishad 1% of land
registration fee that UP used to have the whole of it before. Moreover, after the salaries of

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gram polices and UP secretary are paid with this money, the rest is seldom sent to UP. Very
recently, govt. has taken measures to allow 4/5 lakes taka per year directly to UP.
h taD tn irupdSro

eSDuD a do gD r oDitdpo ntu DtDuy thpth iupdSro.


(a) Local Sources (union tax, rate & fees)
Tax on yearly fiscal value of household
Tax on business, trade and profession (trade license)
Licenses and Permit fees issued by UP
Lease money
o Hat/ bazaar leasing
o Moorage (ghat) leasing
o Public pond leasing
o Khoarr (cattle detention place) leasing
Tax on vehicles except motor cars
Income from properties
General deposit of UP
(b) Gosa. ao jaao
tRsRsohbR a rRaaos
o ihsaatsatsR
o HRjsaN j a rj aajaao
o eoja ao rastaaao j a sRhjasa h
o tRsRsohbR a jrraraa h aRhoraa (LGha)
Adjustment
o Honorary bills for chairman and members
o Salaries and bills for secretary and other staffs
Others
o 1% of and registration tax
(c) Loajs hosa. rotsaRr
o Money allowed by Upazilla Parishad
o Money allowed by Zilla Parishad
(d) Non-govt. development organization
o NGOs
o CDMP
Various donor organizations and non- govt. development organizations are financing directly
to UP to strengthen local govt. A better achievement depends on efficiency, sincerity and,
most importantly, good-governance of Union Parishad. UP is supposed to manage the finance
considering all the hazards and promoting those that are the major obstacles for the
development of the union. UP should prepare, finance and implement every development
project relating disaster risk reduction to it.

4.7. Updating and Analyzing Work Plan


2 oosst-th aobbaaaRRr jsR ao aR rastaatsRa ao aRsarR hsj .
1. asj dossot-th CobbaaaRR
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2. asj bhsRbR ajaao j a aj jhRbR a CobbaaaRR


Plan Follow-up Committee
5 member plan recording and presentation committee
1. Chairman
2. Secretary
3. NGO representative
4. 2 members (from general committee)
Plan followup Committee
Table 4.6: 7 members of Plan Followup Committee
Sl. No
Name
Designation
1
Md. Anamul Hauq
Chairman
2
Md. Anawer Hossen
Secretary
3
Dr. Nurul Islam
Member
4
Md. Anawarul Islam
Member
5
Dr. Kustory Amina Queen
Member

Mobile
01715 292377
01710 814367
01716 278527
01712 439593
01711 190693

Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee, Naogaon

Tasks of committee:
Assessing rough plan and devising final plan
Sector-wise planning activity e.g. consulting Deputy Assistant Agriculture Officer for
planning on agriculture, livestock and fishery
Making the plan pragmatic signifying specific tasks and finance
Plan Implementation and Management Committee
7-Member Plan Implementation and Management Committee
1. Chairman
2. Secretary
3. Female Member
4. Govt. Representative
5. NGO Representative
2 Members (from general committee)
Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee
Table 4.7: Planning, implementation and maintenance of the 7 members of the Committee
Sl. No
Name
Designation
Mobile
1
Md. Anamul Hauq
Chairman
01715 292377
2
Md. Anawer Hossen
Secretary
01710 814367
3
Dilruba Akter
Mohila Member
01911 775252
4
Dr.Md. Alauddin
Govt. Serviceholder
01712 226737
5
Md.Abu Bakker Siddiki
NGO (BRACK)
01713 719633
6
Md. Rabiul Ahawsan
Member
01741 62485
7
Md. Ali Azger
Member
1558354037
Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee, Naogaon

Tasks of the Committee:


Every year in April/ May, present work plan must be updated through complete
assessment, essential modification and addition. Committee member secretary is
personally liable for taking the steps. All necessary amendments must be implemented
assessing the flaws of current plan immediately after any disaster.
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Every year in April/ May, disaster management rehearsal must be celebrated by the
direction of Management Bureau on national disaster day.
Disaster management plan has to be approved by District Disaster Management
Committee.
Plan implementation should be supervised.
Communication with different organization should be maintained.

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eSrioDu eptD

Rescue and Rehabilitation Plan


5.1 Damage Assessment
Table 5.1: Sector based damage assessment
Main
eDorpcDo eDd upiopth
Sectors
Naogaon district, the flood of 1988, when the effects of climate change,
2,50,382 hectares of arable land and a large number of crops may be danger
to people. 385 square kilometers of land in 11 sub-districts of erosion crops
may suffer many families economically. 166925hectares of crops, like 2001
would be the fierce drought, many families may suffer economically.
Agriculture
Naogaon district, north-wester climate change suddenly attack people in
222563 hectares of crops ruined many families may suffer economically.
222563 hectares of crop land may be drought, causing crop losses may occur
Naogaon district. Heavy mist due amasaha (buds due to the storm) and 38775
hectares of other crops may be damage.

Fisheries

Naogaon district 52536 of intense drought can cause damage and financial
loss aquaculture fish pond can be. This may be causing the lack of meat.
Naogaon district, the floods of 1988, 38203 of the Fish Ponds can be flooded
and washed away. The food, nutrition and protein deficiency can occur.

Livestock

When the storm of climate change in the most abundant plants in Naogaon
district, 2003 may be collapsed. Protect the environmental balance could be
upset. The most abundant plants in 11 sub-districts due to erosion in the river
could be melted. This may disrupt the balance of the environment.

Health

Naogaon district, approximately 60% of pregnant women in 1988, when the


floods left delivery times and killed them because they threatened to
communication. The outbreak of water borne diseases can occur. Naogaon
district, approximately 50% of 2001 people's skin is like a drought may
occur. Moreover, due to drought ezcma health may occur in different ways.

Livelihood

Naogaon district of climate change, floods, droughts, river erosion, descend


below the level of the water, lightning, heavy mist, drought, etc., if you out to
organize disaster agriculture resources result, a tremendous impact on the
livelihoods of fisheries resource in the lives of people and livestock damages.
38% of people in the storm and stress of the Naogaon district workless can
become. This may be caused by the severity of the economy of Naogaon
district.

Plantation

Severe drought in 11 upazilas of Naogaon district of climate change and


groundwater levels due to lack of water can lead to ground water. 250382
hectares of crops may be lost as a result, many families may suffer
economically. The severity of the disease can be spread in a variety of eczma
and agriculture resources, fisheries resource and livestock may be affected.

63

Main
Sectors

eDorpcDo eDd upiopth

When a sudden storm, like climate change, about 25% of 2003 educational
and religious institutions may be facing the loss of infrastructure, which could
disrupt education. A large number of mud homes have been destroyed in the
attack of the storm 60% could be economically damages shelter. If the flood
of 1988 may be approximately 362725 km road damage and can be
Infrastructure
impassable. Which may impede communication. Approximately 770 km of
erosion in 11 sub-districts, roads, schools, colleges and other infrastructure
can be erosion. Many homes have been submerged in the 16% provisional
shelter may damageious family economically.
Source: Field inspection, 2014

5.2 Rapid/ Early Recovery


5.2.1 Administrative Restoration
Table 5.2: Committee list of administrative Restoration
SL.No.
Name
Md. Anamul Hauq
1
--2
3
Md. Riyasat Haider Tagar
4
Md. Aminur Rahman
5
Md. Mohtasim Billah
6
Md. Abdul Mannan Choudhury
7
Md. Akbar Ali Mandal
8
Md. Belal Uddin
9
Md. Abdus Sattar
10
Md. Mofakkharul Hossain
11
Md. Mehedy Hasan
12
Md. Shamsul Alam
13
Shaikh Shah Alam Faisal
14
Shri Ram Prasad Kundu
15
Shri Ram Prasad Vadra
16
Md. Salahuddin-Al-Wadud
17
Mo. ercoDu tddDh
18
Mo. rapoS tooph
19
Md. Wazied Ali Dawan
20
Md. Abdul Mannan
21
Moulana Md. Ataur Rahaman
22
Md. Halal Hossen
23
Md. Shajahan Ali
24
Md. Osman Ali
25
Md. Abu wadut sama

Designation
President
Advisor
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member

Mobile
01715 292377
--01741 549493
01774 914849
01712296535
01717899287
01719728126
01733131866
01712255157
01712218021
01713730423
01711451809
01711463530
01740846032
01715605196
01740884303
446511 11916
111555 11527
01716 963060
01712 418477
01728 772724
01748 687773
01719 898007
01715 464726
01714 505186
64

SL.No.
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64

Name
Md.Al-Hil Mahamud Chawdhary
Md. Israfil Hossen
Md. Oli Ahammed Rumi Chawdhary
Md. Hossen Soukat
asrr. tjaha ijhtb
MM Gafur
Md. Abdul hadi Chawdary
Md. Sultan Mahamud Sarder
Mir Mohiuddin Alamgir
Md. Golam Rabbani Mukul
Md. Amran Hossen Khan
Md. Samsul Alam Khan
Md. Al-Amran Hossen
MM Gafur
aa. isaots rsjb
Profecor Abdur Roshid
Mrss. Shahana Akther Jahan
Md. Sorikul Islam
Md. Rofiqul Islam
Md. faruk hossen Mollah
Md. azzas Ahammed Hindol
Md. Safiqul Islam Chawdhary
Md. Abul Kalam Azad
Md. Foiez Uddin sarder
Md. Nowfel Ali Mondal
A.K.M. Nazmul Haqu
S.M.Rafiqul Islam
Md. Asraful Islam
Md. Eaid Ali
Md. khoibor Ali
Md. Sariqul Islam
Mr. Md. Abu-Lohel-Almamun
Alhaz Md. Samsul Alam Sha Chawdhary
Md. Ruhul Amin Meia
Md. Hamidur Rahaman
Md. Tariqul Islam
Rafiqul Islam
Md. Abdul Jalil Mondal
Abdur Rahaman Kallol

Designation
Member
Member
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu

Mobile
01719 036000
01725 085295
----11712 264716
01711 982433
01711 192977
01721 718590
01713 760010
01726 642894
01713 731534
01713 719466
01713 731534
01711 982433
11712 571195
01716 844591
01713 785886
01922 518411
01768 909990
01718 448542
01713 760207
01718 575637
01757 961836
01711 479046
01718 279401
01710 874081
01713 761722
01748 339730
01740 551965
01717 669532
01922 518411
01711 032089
01711 418399
01712 083281
01713 815382
01718 115827
01712 226649
01741 176692
01718 272041
65

SL.No.
65
66

Name
Md. Zillur Rahaman
Md. Al-Amin Sarker

Designation
MDagDu
MDagDu

Mobile
01761 543060
01717 566432

Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee,Naogoan

5.2.2 Wreckage Cleaning


Table 5.3: Committee list of wreckage cleaning
SL.No.
Name
Md. Anamul Hauq
1
--2
3
Md. Riyasat Haider Tagar
4
Md. Aminur Rahman
5
Md. Mohtasim Billah
6
Md. Abdul Mannan Choudhury
7
Md. Akbar Ali Mandal
8
Md. Belal Uddin
9
Md. Abdus Sattar
10
Md. Mofakkharul Hossain
11
Md. Mehedy Hasan
12
Md. Shamsul Alam
13
Shaikh Shah Alam Faisal
14
Shri Ram Prasad Kundu
15
Shri Ram Prasad Vadra
16
Md. Salahuddin-Al-Wadud
17
Mo. ercoDu tddDh
18
Mo. rapoS tooph
19
Md. Wazied Ali Dawan
20
Md. Abdul Mannan
21
Moulana Md. Ataur Rahaman
22
Md. Halal Hossen
23
Md. Shajahan Ali
24
Md. Osman Ali
25
Md. Abu wadut sama
26
Md.Al-Hil Mahamud Chawdhary
27
Md. Israfil Hossen
28
Md. Oli Ahammed Rumi Chawdhary
29
Md. Hossen Soukat
30
asrr. tjaha ijhtb
31
MM Gafur
32
Md. Abdul hadi Chawdary
33
Md. Sultan Mahamud Sarder
34
Mir Mohiuddin Alamgir
35
Md. Golam Rabbani Mukul

Designation
President
Advisor
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu

Mobile
01715 292377
--01741 549493
01774 914849
01712296535
01717899287
01719728126
01733131866
01712255157
01712218021
01713730423
01711451809
01711463530
01740846032
01715605196
01740884303
446511 11916
111555 11527
01716 963060
01712 418477
01728 772724
01748 687773
01719 898007
01715 464726
01714 505186
01719 036000
01725 085295
----11712 264716
01711 982433
01711 192977
01721 718590
01713 760010
01726 642894
66

SL.No.
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Name
Md. Amran Hossen Khan
Md. Samsul Alam Khan
Md. Al-Amran Hossen
MM Gafur
aa. isaots rsjb
Profecor Abdur Roshid
Mrss. Shahana Akther Jahan
Md. Sorikul Islam
Md. Rofiqul Islam
Md. faruk hossen Mollah
Md. azzas Ahammed Hindol
Md. Safiqul Islam Chawdhary
Md. Abul Kalam Azad
Md. Foiez Uddin sarder
Md. Nowfel Ali Mondal
A.K.M. Nazmul Haqu
S.M.Rafiqul Islam
Md. Asraful Islam
Md. Eaid Ali
Md. khoibor Ali
Md. Sariqul Islam
Mr. Md. Abu-Lohel-Almamun
Alhaz Md. Samsul Alam Sha Chawdhary
Md. Ruhul Amin Meia
Md. Hamidur Rahaman
Md. Tariqul Islam
Rafiqul Islam
Md. Abdul Jalil Mondal
Abdur Rahaman Kallol
Md. Zillur Rahaman
Md. Al-Amin Sarker

Designation
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu

Mobile
01713 731534
01713 719466
01713 731534
01711 982433
11712 571195
01716 844591
01713 785886
01922 518411
01768 909990
01718 448542
01713 760207
01718 575637
01757 961836
01711 479046
01718 279401
01710 874081
01713 761722
01748 339730
01740 551965
01717 669532
01922 518411
01711 032089
01711 418399
01712 083281
01713 815382
01718 115827
01712 226649
01741 176692
01718 272041
01761 543060
01717 566432

Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee,Naogoan

5.2.3 Public Service Resume


Table 5.4: Committee list of public service resume
SL.No.
Name
Md. Anamul Hauq
1
--2
3
Md. Riyasat Haider Tagar

Designation
President
Advisor
Member

Mobile
01715 292377
--01741 549493
67

SL.No.
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
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

Name
Md. Aminur Rahman
Md. Mohtasim Billah
Md. Abdul Mannan Choudhury
Md. Akbar Ali Mandal
Md. Belal Uddin
Md. Abdus Sattar
Md. Mofakkharul Hossain
Md. Mehedy Hasan
Md. Shamsul Alam
Shaikh Shah Alam Faisal
Shri Ram Prasad Kundu
Shri Ram Prasad Vadra
Md. Salahuddin-Al-Wadud
Mo. ercoDu tddDh
Mo. rapoS tooph
Md. Wazied Ali Dawan
Md. Abdul Mannan
Moulana Md. Ataur Rahaman
Md. Halal Hossen
Md. Shajahan Ali
Md. Osman Ali
Md. Abu wadut sama
Md.Al-Hil Mahamud Chawdhary
Md. Israfil Hossen
Md. Oli Ahammed Rumi Chawdhary
Md. Hossen Soukat
asrr. tjaha ijhtb
MM Gafur
Md. Abdul hadi Chawdary
Md. Sultan Mahamud Sarder
Mir Mohiuddin Alamgir
Md. Golam Rabbani Mukul
Md. Amran Hossen Khan
Md. Samsul Alam Khan
Md. Al-Amran Hossen
MM Gafur
aa. isaots rsjb
Profecor Abdur Roshid
Mrss. Shahana Akther Jahan
Md. Sorikul Islam
Md. Rofiqul Islam

Designation
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu

Mobile
01774 914849
01712296535
01717899287
01719728126
01733131866
01712255157
01712218021
01713730423
01711451809
01711463530
01740846032
01715605196
01740884303
446511 11916
111555 11527
01716 963060
01712 418477
01728 772724
01748 687773
01719 898007
01715 464726
01714 505186
01719 036000
01725 085295
----11712 264716
01711 982433
01711 192977
01721 718590
01713 760010
01726 642894
01713 731534
01713 719466
01713 731534
01711 982433
11712 571195
01716 844591
01713 785886
01922 518411
01768 909990
68

SL.No.
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Name
Md. faruk hossen Mollah
Md. azzas Ahammed Hindol
Md. Safiqul Islam Chawdhary
Md. Abul Kalam Azad
Md. Foiez Uddin sarder
Md. Nowfel Ali Mondal
A.K.M. Nazmul Haqu
S.M.Rafiqul Islam
Md. Asraful Islam
Md. Eaid Ali
Md. khoibor Ali
Md. Sariqul Islam
Mr. Md. Abu-Lohel-Almamun
Alhaz Md. Samsul Alam Sha Chawdhary
Md. Ruhul Amin Meia
Md. Hamidur Rahaman
Md. Tariqul Islam
Rafiqul Islam
Md. Abdul Jalil Mondal
Abdur Rahaman Kallol
Md. Zillur Rahaman
Md. Al-Amin Sarker

Designation
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu

Mobile
01718 448542
01713 760207
01718 575637
01757 961836
01711 479046
01718 279401
01710 874081
01713 761722
01748 339730
01740 551965
01717 669532
01922 518411
01711 032089
01711 418399
01712 083281
01713 815382
01718 115827
01712 226649
01741 176692
01718 272041
01761 543060
01717 566432

Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee,Naogoan

5.2.4 Emergency Livelihood Support


Table 5.5: Committee list of emergency Livelihood support
SL.No.
Name
Designation
Md. Anamul Hauq
1
President
--2
Advisor
3
Md. Riyasat Haider Tagar
Member
4
Md. Aminur Rahman
Member
5
Md. Mohtasim Billah
Member
6
Md. Abdul Mannan Choudhury
Member
7
Md. Akbar Ali Mandal
Member
8
Md. Belal Uddin
Member
9
Md. Abdus Sattar
Member
10
Md. Mofakkharul Hossain
Member
11
Md. Mehedy Hasan
Member
12
Md. Shamsul Alam
Member
13
Shaikh Shah Alam Faisal
Member

Mobile
01715 292377
--01741 549493
01774 914849
01712296535
01717899287
01719728126
01733131866
01712255157
01712218021
01713730423
01711451809
01711463530
69

SL.No.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53

Name
Shri Ram Prasad Kundu
Shri Ram Prasad Vadra
Md. Salahuddin-Al-Wadud
Mo. ercoDu tddDh
Mo. rapoS tooph
Md. Wazied Ali Dawan
Md. Abdul Mannan
Moulana Md. Ataur Rahaman
Md. Halal Hossen
Md. Shajahan Ali
Md. Osman Ali
Md. Abu wadut sama
Md.Al-Hil Mahamud Chawdhary
Md. Israfil Hossen
Md. Oli Ahammed Rumi Chawdhary
Md. Hossen Soukat
asrr. tjaha ijhtb
MM Gafur
Md. Abdul hadi Chawdary
Md. Sultan Mahamud Sarder
Mir Mohiuddin Alamgir
Md. Golam Rabbani Mukul
Md. Amran Hossen Khan
Md. Samsul Alam Khan
Md. Al-Amran Hossen
MM Gafur
aa. isaots rsjb
Profecor Abdur Roshid
Mrss. Shahana Akther Jahan
Md. Sorikul Islam
Md. Rofiqul Islam
Md. faruk hossen Mollah
Md. azzas Ahammed Hindol
Md. Safiqul Islam Chawdhary
Md. Abul Kalam Azad
Md. Foiez Uddin sarder
Md. Nowfel Ali Mondal
A.K.M. Nazmul Haqu
S.M.Rafiqul Islam
Md. Asraful Islam

Designation
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu

Mobile
01740846032
01715605196
01740884303
446511 11916
111555 11527
01716 963060
01712 418477
01728 772724
01748 687773
01719 898007
01715 464726
01714 505186
01719 036000
01725 085295
----11712 264716
01711 982433
01711 192977
01721 718590
01713 760010
01726 642894
01713 731534
01713 719466
01713 731534
01711 982433
11712 571195
01716 844591
01713 785886
01922 518411
01768 909990
01718 448542
01713 760207
01718 575637
01757 961836
01711 479046
01718 279401
01710 874081
01713 761722
01748 339730

70

SL.No.
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Name
Md. Eaid Ali
Md. khoibor Ali
Md. Sariqul Islam
Mr. Md. Abu-Lohel-Almamun
Alhaz Md. Samsul Alam Sha Chawdhary
Md. Ruhul Amin Meia
Md. Hamidur Rahaman
Md. Tariqul Islam
Rafiqul Islam
Md. Abdul Jalil Mondal
Abdur Rahaman Kallol
Md. Zillur Rahaman
Md. Al-Amin Sarker

Designation
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu
MDagDu

Mobile
01740 551965
01717 669532
01922 518411
01711 032089
01711 418399
01712 083281
01713 815382
01718 115827
01712 226649
01741 176692
01718 272041
01761 543060
01717 566432

Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee,Naogoan

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N.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Nt
If the selected members of volunteer group assigned for warning
announcement have been ordered to declare the coming hazard
If the responsible persons/ groups are prepared to rescue the people of
vulnerable areas
If the declaration to keep dry food and drinking water buried under
ground for 2/1 days is announced
If life jackets for the safety of volunteer groups are provided
If the necessary manpower is prepared to keep Union Control Room open
constantly
If the necessary safety measures for union food storage/ relief storage are
ensured
Others

N. B.
Assessing the checklist, immediate measures should be taken for the flawed sectors.
It is very necessary to manage life jackets for volunteer groups with union Parishad deposit or
any other source/ organization.
eSD kcpdo
The following Table (checklist) must be filled and sent to Upazilla Nirbahi Officer and
District Commissioner discussing in the meeting of Disaster Management Committee within
15th of April/May each year.
Sl. no
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Subject
If sufficient food is reserved in Union food storage
If the children of risk zones have been served with vaccines
If the children (1-6) and their mothers are served with vitamins
If sufficient amount of oral saline is reserved in UP Clinic/ Hospital
If the members of volunteers group are served with annual training
If there are necessary drugs and first aid equipments for each shelter
If there is selected village doctor for each shelter

Mark ()

72

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

If there is tubewell for each shelter


If the doors and windows of each shelter are in proper condition
If the alternative care taker is present in each shelter
If there are separate facilities for women in each shelter
If there are selected midwives for the taking care of pregnant women
in each shelter
If mound shelters are selected for the cattle
If the member of volunteers group are aware of their assigned
responsibilities.
If there is sanitation facilities each shelter
If the microphones are activated to spread weather announcement and
danger signals
If the people are made aware to preserved dry food and drinking water
for at least 2/1 days
Others

73

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Sl.
no
01
02
03

04
05
06
07
08
09
10

11
12
13

Designation

Number

Member

DC
Zilla Parishad Nirbahi officer
Concerned district officials (Police, Civil Surgeon, Deputy
Director (Agricultural Extension), District Fisheries Officer,
District Primary Education Officer, District Education Officer,
District Women Affairs Officer, District Food Controller,
Executive Engineer (Public Health), Executive Engineer (local
government Engineering Department), Deputy Director (social
Services), Deputy Director (Youth development), District
Cooperative officer, eyadajutenta (Ansar and VDP), District
information officer, executive engineer (Water development
board), executive engineer (ganapurta), executive engineer
(Roads and Highways), assistant director / Deputy assistant
director (Fire Service and Civil Defense), BSCIC district
representatives, senior officers of nationalized banks, (Deputy
Commissioner nominated)
District municipality mayor (if any)
Chief Executive Officers (All)
Female representatives (nominated by the District Commissioner)
Red Crescent Society of the district-level representatives (if any)
Cyclone Preparedness Programme (CPP) of the representative (if
any)
NGO's representatives (nominated by the Deputy Commissioner
of local, national and international NGO's representative)
District-level elites (Press Club president, Bar Association
President, Chamber or Business Association president and deputy
commissioner designated by the College / Madrasa Principal)
Fighter commander
Representative of District Scouts
DRRO

1
1
21

President
Member
Member

1
--1
1
1

Member
Member
Member
Member
Member

Member

Member

--1
1

Member
Member
Secretary

Source: Zilla Parishad,Naogoan

74

yhhDA3
fpccr ttc hoDDud fpdo tn

hc.ht
aDNr
Md. Najimuddin
01
Sarkar
Md. Abu Hassan,
02
Cheragpur
Mosah Moara Begum
03
Md. Majaphar
04
Hossain, Mahadevpur
Md. Inusara Rahman
05
Mosah Dilruba
06
Khanam
Md. Rais Uddin,
07
Uttaragram
Md. Mizanur Rahman
08
Mosah Rebecca
09
Khatun
Md. Ayub Ali, khajur
10
Md. Ariful Islam
11
Mosah Alaphula
12
Nessa
Md. Rezaul Karim,
13
Raygaon
Md. Abdur Rahim
14
Mosah Reshma Akhter
15
Md. Abdul Hannan,
16
Enayetpur
Mohammad Ayub
17
Hossain
18
Mosah Rehena Parvin
19
Mohammad Ekramul
Haq, Chandash
20
Md. Samser Ali
21
Mosah Taslima
Mohammad
22
Alamuddin Sarkar,
Bhimpur
Md. Anowara Hosen
23
Sree Adhir Chandra
24
Md. Abdul Hakim,
25

eroSDur
dgrho
Wtuo ht
eurphphb
MtgpcD
Md. Narim Uddin
Mohadevpur
01712 959705
No
Sarkar
Mohadevpur

No

01724 384540

Wahidur Islam
Md. Maphej
Sardar
Lutfar Rahman
Dr. Lutfar
Rahman
Md. Ismail
Hossain
Kajimuddin

Mohadevpur

No

01740 167371

Mohadevpur

No

01713 744740

Mohadevpur

No

01714 460400

Mohadevpur

No

01753 615696

Mohadevpur

No

01734 682034

Mohadevpur

No

01731 721869

Md. Miyaj Uddin

Mohadevpur

No

01735 946160

Md. Samser Ali


Md. Habbibur

Mohadevpur
Mohadevpur

No
No

01745 172823
01733 288408

Md. Sulaiman

Mohadevpur

No

01726 325155

Abdus Satter

Mohadevpur

No

01735 621280

Abdul Mondal
Abdus Salam

Mohadevpur
Mohadevpur

No
No

01739 569565
01719 751374

Abdur Rahman

Mohadevpur

No

01740 869667

Bachir Uddin

Mohadevpur

No

01724 840615

Harun-Ur-Rashid
Md. Ichamuddin
Dewan
Noor Mohammad
Md. Shaikul Islam

Mohadevpur

No

01743 449187

Mohadevpur

No

01754 347257

Mohadevpur
Mohadevpur

No
No

01929 143644
01749 787813

Md. Mofiz Uddin

Mohadevpur

No

01713 787483

Md. Karmul Islam Mohadevpur


Mohadevpur
Raghu Mondol
Basir Uddin
Mohadevpur

No
No
No

01733 100522
01725 020292
01912 447953
75

hc.ht

aDNr

eroSDur

dgrho

Wtuo ht

eurphphb

MtgpcD

Mohadevpur

No

01719 866146

Mohadevpur
Mohadevpur
Mohadevpur
Mohadevpur

No
No
No
No

eSratpuSro

No

tpuSroeSra

No

---

eSratpuSro

No

01739735312
---11915
343116
11714
g314616
11725
376265
11736
753192
11747
572297
11767
411527
--11726
433457
11713
755695
11745
596115
11714
513515
11736
511395
11721
555576
11725
115555
11715
739565
11733
115113
11724
424399

32

Safaour
Md. Mophajjel
Fakir Uddin
Hossain
Mosah Rahima Begum Muslim Uddin
------Md. Naser Ali
Mo. Gtcra Mt cr
Mondal
--Mo. rpoDu ycp

33

Mo. arkrupr

34

huDD h uDh eSrhour

Sree Ram Proshad

eSratpuSro

No

35

Mo. hturn

Md. Kader

eSratpuSro

No

36

Mo. yopDu

Md. Ezamuddin

eSratpuSro

No

37
38

Mo. c r uNrfa
huDD Rrafra atupo

Amzad Hossen
Ramprit Robi Ray

eSratpuSro
eSratpuSro

39

Mudd. taar a cd a

Md. Belal hossen

eSratpuSro

No

40

Mo. a uaroS ycp

Md. Somsher Ali

eSratpuSro

No

41

Mo. yg c ararc

Md. Paban Ali

eSratpuSro

No

42

Mudd. erhnpcr

eSratpuSro

No

43

Mo. ygo c aroDu

eSratpuSro

No

44

Mo. ygo u RrSrarh

Md. Habu
Rahaman
Abdul Gofur
Mondal
Abdus Satter

eSratpuSro

No

45

Mo. h corhr Rrfpr

Abdus Salam

eSratpuSro

No

46

Mo. ySrd h

Md. Nurul Islam

eSratpuSro

No

47

Md. Samsu Uddin

eSratpuSro

48

Mo. rgpg u
RrSrarh
Mo. erur grh

Md. Hallel Uddin

eSratpuSro

No

49

Mo. roupdd ycp

Md. Azim Uddin

eSratpuSro

No

50

ephDdS Mrop

Vola madi

eSratpuSro

No

26
27
28
29
30
31

rgpg

No
No

No

11735
756952
11731
962649
11745
152115
76

hc.ht
aDNr
51
Mudd. Rtkdrhr
52

Mo. hrhr c

53

Mo. ydurn c dcra

54

Mudd. taarS
a cd a
Md. Jillur Rahman

55
56
57
58

r u

59
60
61

Md. Aitul Hosen


Laili
Abu Sayeed
Chowdhury
Nur Nabi Dewan
Pruma
Md. Abdus Salam

62

Aiyub Hosen

63
64

Shahida Begum
Rasel Mahmud (Pintu)

65
66
67

Abdul Jabbar
Anowara Begum
Moslem Ubbin

68
69
70

Md. Shaokat Ali


Mrs Rashida Begum
Hedayetul Islam

71

Shahinur Islam
(Swapan)
Mrs Parul Begum
Harunur Rashid
Md. Abdul Jalil
Shiuli Begum
Md. Shahin Alam
Md. Rejaur
Mrs. Ajifa begum
Polash condro pal,

72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79

eroSDur
dgrho
Md. Rashidul
Islam
Md. Abdul Aziz

Wtuo ht
eSratpuSro
eSratpuSro

No

Dhani
Mohammad
Zahidul Isla5

oeSratpuSr

No

Late. Mojammel
Huq
Late Tayez Uddin
Haidul
Late. Dr.
Shahadat Hosen
Moajjem
Irfan
Late. Mklesur
Rahman
Late. Md. Akkas
Ali
Late. Akkas Ali
Late. Moslem
Uddin Mandol
Late. Hafiz Uddin
Afjal Hosen
Alhaz Mojammel
Huq
Late. Mafiz Uddin
Habibur
Ayez Uddin
Sardar
Md. Abdur Samad

Badalgachhi

Md. Billal Hosen


Ibrahim Khalil
Riaz Uddin
Halim Uddin
Late. Shofi
Late Shofi Uddin
Hus. Abdur rashid
Late. Gopal

Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar

eSratpuSro

eurphphb
No

No
No

Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi

No
No

Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi

No
No

Badalgachhi

No

No
No

Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi

No

Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi

No
No

Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi
Badalgachhi

No
No

Badalgachhi

No

No

No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No

MtgpcD
11756
975291
11745
172655
11744
515743
11722
775563
01719932471
01714685035
01740424546
01777545203
01726138870
01713761875
01728525132
01732965734
01723183874
01728248720
01729119829
01726559707
01714420799
01748091358
01726258466
01728464114
01718709594
01723969632
01726084824
01837829797
01749522129
01733183454
01735418800
01733847090
01713732146
77

hc.ht
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93

aDNr
patari
MD. ENAMUL
Hamida Khatun
Md. Usuf Ali Patari
Monirul Islam
Nojira khatun
Md. Abdul Nur Goala
Md. Mojaharul hoq
Hamida khatun
Md. Ibrahim Hosain
Md. Mofijur rahman
Mrs amina begum
Md. Jillur rahman
Aub ali
Shri moti Alok Rani

eroSDur

dgrho

Nojir
Sadek Ali
Md. Moslem Ali
Sajjad Ali
Mokbul master
Late. Toiyob ali
Ajijur Rahman
Late Kosimuddin

Loskor Ali
Bidhu kormokar

Wtuo ht
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar

eurphphb

MtgpcD

No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No

01733288521
01713745615
01713724421
01740632357
01741282268
01728248720
01717256311
01749266811
01761716535
01748091358
01726258466
01735625480
01718709594
01717722845

Source: Zilla Parishad,Naogoan

78

yhhDA4

List of Shelters Management Committee


Mt ho hSDcoDu

NraD tn hSDcoDu
Goala Flood Shelter,
Aihai Flood Shelter

RDdithdpgcD iDudth
Abdul Motin (Goala)
Md. Motiur Rahaman (Aihai)

MtgpcD
01714 864830

Comment
--

Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee,Naogoan


h Sttc

aSSDcoDu

NraD tn hSDcoDu
Patari School Cum Shelter
Aihai School Cum Shelter
Goala School Cum Shelter

RDdithdpgcD iDudth
Md. Toriqul Islam
Md. Hamidur Rahaman
Md. Abdul Jalil Mondal

MtgpcD
01718 115827
01713 815382
01741 176692

Comment
--

Source: Zilla Disaster Management Committee,Naogoan

Public / Private Institutions


NraD tn hSDcoDu
Upazila Parishad Building
Mahadevpur Union Parishad
Building
Hatur Union Parishad Building
Khajur Union Parishad Building
Chandas Union Parishad Building

RDdithdpgcD iDudth
Upazilla Chairman

Md. Abdul Mannan


Chowdhury
Md. Akbar Ali Mondal
Md. Belal Uddin
Md. Abdus Sattar
Raygaon Union Parishad Building Md. Mophakharula
Hossain
Enayatpur Union Parishad
Md. Mehdi Hasan
Building
Safapur Union Parishad Building Md. Shamsul Alam
Uttargram Union Parishad
Sheikh Shah Alam Faisal
Building
Charagpur Union Parishad
Ram Prasad Kundu
Building
Bhimpur Union Parishad Building Ram Prasad Vadra
eSratpuSro, ti
Mo. WrfDo ycp argpu
ycrai u, ti
Mu. Mo. yor u RrSrarh
taru, ti
Mo. rcDc tddDh
yurhrbru, ti
Mu. Mo. hSrnrSrh ycp
arcra
rrSrhi u, ti
Mu. Mo. edarh ycp
d gi u, ti
Mo. yg Wro o
aSDchr, ti
Mo. ycSpc MrS aa o
yburoDb h, ti
Mo. ygo c Mrhhrh
Badalgachhi UP
M.M Gofur

MtgpcD

RDaruk

01717 899287
01719 728126
01733 131866
01712 255157
01712 218021
01713 730423
01711 451809
01711 463530
01740 846032
01715 605196
963161 11716
772725 11725
677773 11745

eSrpuarh
eSrpuarh
eSrpuarh

595117 11719

eSrpuarh

464726 11715
515156 11714
136111 11719
415477 11712
01711 982433

eSrpuarh
eSrpuarh
eSrpuarh
eSrpuarh
Chairman
79

NraD tn hSDcoDu
Mathurapur UP
Paharpur UP
Mithapur UP
Kola UP
Bilasbari UP
Adhaipur UP
Balubhara UP
Valain UP
Varso UP
Bishnupur UP
Goneshpur UP
Kalikapur UP
Kasopara UP
Kasob UP
Kusumba UP
UPMoinam UP
Manda
Nurullabad UP
Paranpur UP
Proshadpur UP
Tetulia UP
Md. Hamidur Rahman
Md. Tariqul Islam
Rafiqul Islam
Md. Abdul jolil Mondol
Abdur Rahman Kollol
Md. Jillur Rahman

RDdithdpgcD iDudth
Md. Abdul Hadi
Chowdhury
Md. Sultan Mahamud
Sarder
Mir Mohiuddin Alamgir
Md. Golam Rabbani
(Mukul)
Md. Emran Hossain Khan
Md. samsul Alam Khan
Md. Al-Emran Hossain
Md. Rafiqul Islam
Md. Sariqul Islam
Md. Zahangir Alam
Md. Safiqul Islam Babul
Md. Asraful Islam
Md. Eiad Ali
Md. Khaibor Ali
Md. Noufel Ali Mondal
Md. Abul Kamal Azad
Md. Azaz Ahammed
Hindol
Md. S.M.Rafiqul Islam
Md. Faruk Hossen
Md. Faize Uddin Sarker
Md. A.K.M Nazmul Hauq
Chairman, Aihai UP
Chairman, Patari UP
Chairman, Sapahar UP
Chairman, Goala UP
Chairman, Tilna UP
Chairman, Sherinti UP

MtgpcD

RDaruk

01711 192977

Chairman

01721 718590

Chairman

01713 760010

Chairman

01726 642894

Chairman

01913 731534
01713 731534
01713 731534
01922 518411
01739 410182
01717 669532
01713 760207
01713 761722
01748 339730
01740 551965
01711 479046
01718 575637

Chairman
Chairman
Chairman
-------------------

01718 448542

---

01710 874081
01768 909990
01757 961836
01718 279401
01713 815382
01718 115827
01712 226649
01741 176692
01718 272041
01761 543060

--------------

Source: Zilla Parishad,Naogoan

Elevated road or embankment


NraD tn hSDcoDu
Mohisbathan
SuzailMor
Patakata
Shibganghat
Khelna UP
Badalgachhi UP
Mathurapur UP
Bilasbari UP
Mithapukur to Patakatahat
Goala School Cum Shelter

RDdithdpgcD iDudth
Md. Abdul Mannan
Md. Abdul Mannan
Md. Abdul Mannan
Md. Abdus Sattar
Md. Alhil Mahamud
M.M Gofur
Md. Abdul Hadi Chowdhury
Md. Emran Hossain Khan
Md. Jahangir Alam
Md. Abdul Jalil Mondal

MtgpcD
01717 899287
01717 899287
01717 899287
01712 255157
01719 036000
01711 982433
01711 192977
01913 731534
01717 669532
01741 176692

RDaruk
----------Chairman
Chairman
Chairman
---80

NraD tn hSDcoDu
Aihai School Cum Shelter
Patari School Cum Shelter

RDdithdpgcD iDudth
Md. Hamidur Rahaman

MtgpcD

RDaruk

01713 815382

--

01718 115827

Md. Toriqul Islam

--

Source: LGED, Naogaon, 2014

Health Management Committee


Health Center
Satra Sub-Health Center,
Mahadebpur
Daud Sub-Health Center,
Mahadebpur
Bisnupur Sub-Health Center,
Mahadebpur
Bakapur Sub-Health Center,
Mahadebpur
Gahali Sub-Health Center, Hatur
Mahishbathan Sub-Health Center,
Hatur
Jaypur Sub-Health Center, Khajur
Dabipur Sub-Health Center,
Khajur
Ranail Sub-Health Center, Khajur
Khordd Kalna Sub-Health Center,
Khajur
Chandas Sub-Health Center,
Chandas
Dimajauna Sub-Health Center,
Chandas
Lakshmipur Sub-Health Center,
Chandas
Kalna Sub-Health Center,
Raygaon
Alatadighi Sub-Health Center,
Raygaon
Narayanpur Sub-Health Center,
Raygaon
HaripurSub-Health Center,
Raygaon
Chak Balram Sub-Health Center,
Enayatpur
Mahinagar Sub-Health Center,

RDdithdpgcD iDudth
Md. Abdur Razzak

MtgpcD
01710 140278

Md. Sazudul

01712 398029

Mosah Monowara Khatun

01725 538116

Mithun Kumar

01773 369191

Shefali
Safiul Alam

01721 766262
01742 817383

Mst. Sumi Akther


Md. Sumon Sardar

01723 746824
01728 030608

Md. Jewel Rahman


Md. Akram Hossain

01725 318083
01728 401903

Bilkis

01733 847531

Lucky Rani

01763 889033

Bikash Chandra

01725 018959

Tuhin Akter

01725 677070

Md. Al-Mamun

01775 370499

Md. Arshad Ali

01736 531017

Md. Shaheen Alam

01737 115052

Minara Ferdous

01763 185916

Nityananda Saha

01710 718025

RDaruk

81

Health Center
Enayatpur
Bilachara Sub-Health Center,
Enayatpur
Bijoypur Sub-Health Center,
Enayatpur
Binodpur Sub-Health Center,
Safapur
Maminapur Sub-Health Center,
Safapur
Safapur Sub-Health Center,
Safapur
Sibaramapur Sub-Health Center,
Uttargram
Sultanpur Sub-Health Center,
Uttargram
amanchata Sub-Health Center,
Uttargram
Bhalain Sub-Health Center,
Uttargram
Salabari Sub-Health Center,
Charagpur
Ajipur Sub-Health Center,
Charagpur
Phulbari Sub-Health Center,
Charagpur
Bhimpur Sub-Health Center,
Bhimpur
Dakshin Lakshmipur Sub-Health
Center, Bhimpur
Bagacara Sub-Health Center,
Bhimpur
Upazilla Health Complex
Upazilla Health Complex
Upazilla Health Complex
Upazilla Health Complex
Upazilla Health Complex
eSratpuSro tirfpccr DrcoS
eDhoDu
ycrai u ti DrcoS eDhoDu
taru, ti DrcoS eDhoDu
yurhrbru, ti DrcoS eDhoDu
rrSrhi u, ti DrcoS eDhoDu

RDdithdpgcD iDudth

MtgpcD

Md. Shah Alam

01736 453647

Samsunnahar

01725 100885

Princes

01768 301610

Farzana Mitali

01768 876700

Sukendu Kumer

01721 692244

Md. Mahabub Alam

01710 764063

Konika

01746 180248

Lakshmi Rani

01761 324833

Shahnaj

01763 192380

Julekha Banu

01736 350151

Md. Jahanggir Alam

01772 247952

Sonta Rani

01745 247952

Sultana Najnin Chowdhury

01744 392408

Krishna Kumar Mahanta

01746 405807

Nargis Parvin

01729 970109

Dr. Mohamad Ali


Dr. Sazadur Rahaman
Dr. Faisal Faruk
Dr. Md. Hasan Jamil
Dr. Ratan Kumer Sing
---

01712 269950
01711 578033
01710 292259
01711 014088
01711 931008
---

epcu gr RrSrarh

Mo. N uu ffrarh

RDaruk

--eWe

11716

hyMe
82

Health Center
d gi u, ti DrcoS eDhoDu
aSDchr, ti DrcoS eDhoDu
yburoDb h, ti DrcoS eDhoDu
Badalgachhi UPZ Health Center
Paharpur UP Children's Clinic
Mithapur UP Children's Clinic
Kola UP Children's Clinic
Adhaipur UP Children's Clinic
Bilasbari UP Children's Clinic
Balubhara UP Children's Clinic
Mithapur UP Children's Clinic
Manda Health Complex, Naogaon
Manda Health Complex, Naogaon
Manda Health Complex, Naogaon
Manda Health Complex, Naogaon
Manda Health Complex, Naogaon
Manda Health Complex, Naogaon
Manda Health Complex, Naogaon
Manda Health Complex, Naogaon
Modonsing Community clinic
Baharpur Community clinic
Pichli Community clinic
Hapania Community clinic
Koibott gram Community clinic
Koachkurulia Community clinic
Nischuntu pur Community clinic
Horipur Community clinic
Baddomdoma Community clinic
Bagmara Community clinic
Gouripur Community clinic
Kollan pur Community clinic
Patari Community clinic
Beldanga Community clinic
Bakhor pur Community clinic
Gopal pur Community clinic
Binakuri Community clinic

RDdithdpgcD iDudth

MtgpcD
595776

RDaruk

Dr. raosanara Khanom

01712226651

Mosah Saleha Begum


(SACMO)
Md. Abu Hena Mustafa
Kamal (SACMO)
Md. saphikula Islam
(pharmasti)
Md. Rafiqul Islam
(SACMO)
Md. Nurul Islam (SACMO)
Md. Abdul Kader PK
(SACMO)
Md. Mahfuzur Rahman
(pharmasti)
Dr. A.H.M Izaharul Islam
Dr. Monoranzan Mondal
Dr. Rubia Islam
Dr. NazimUddin
Sree Snirmal Kumer Pual
Nelay Kumer Arzo
Dilep Kumer Prong
Gones Chandra Saha
Md. Rasel Babu
Rojina
Arkina khatun
Md. Shahidul Islam
Md. Mizanur Rahman
Mrs suraya khatun
Md. Mahabur rahman
Mrs Amina Khatun
Md. Mosharraf Hossain
Mohammad Ali
Md. Rayhan kobir milon
Mrs. Khadiza aktar banu
Mrs. Khadiza aktar banu
Julekha
Md. Rajib Hosen
Md. Jahangir alam
Aysha khatun

01712962938

Presiden
t
Member

01724019343

Member

01711033066

Member

01718253018

Member

01721463843
01724409795

Member
Member

01712985776

Member

01711 902785
01718 056991
01715 413031
01912 633578
01714 495548
01715 360144
01718 039745
01715 324737
01725752781
01746830363
01738510104
01718786664
01717821971
01761330166
01745422312
01918745327
01764724572
01733767183
01722302193
01726719878
01726719878
01744576568
01712663519
01740882099
01783251577

----------------Sapahar

Goala

Tilna

Aihai
patari
shironti

Source: Zilla Parishad,Naogoan


83

Fire Safety Committee


Name of Fire Station
--

Responsible Person
--

Mobile
--

Remark
--

Local Dealers
Union
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Madadevpur
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
Dhamoirhat
arorcbr SSp
arorcbr SSp
arorcbr SSp
arorcbr SSp
arorcbr SSp
Manda
Manda
Manda
Manda
Manda
Manda

Name of Local merchant


Md. Abdul Mannan Chowdhury
Md. Akbar Ali Mondal
Md. Belal Uddin
Md. Abdus Sattar
Md. Mofakkharul Hossain
Md. Abu Emran Raju
Md. Shamsul Alam
Md. Ramzan Ali
Md. Rahmatullah Fazar
Ram Prasad Vadra
Mo. WrfDo ycp argpu
Mu. Mo. yor u RrSrarh
Mo. rcDc tddDh
Mu. Mo. hSrnrSrh ycp arcra
Mu. Mo. edarh ycp
Mo. yg Wro o
Mo. ycSpc MrS aa o
Mo. ygo c Mrhhrh
Mo. WrfDo ycp argpu
Mu. Mo. yor u RrSrarh
Mo. rcDc tddDh
Md. Abdul hadi Chowdhury
Md. Anisur Rahman
Esarak Hossain
Sardar Ghulam
Azizur Rahman Sardar
Md.Anawerul Hauq
Md. Shariqul Islam
Md. Jahangir Alam
Md. Sha-Alam
Md. Ashraful Islam
Md. Eaid Ali

MtgpcD
01717 899287
01719 728126
01733 131866
01712 255 157
01712 218021
01725675155
01711 451809
01713716637
01711412524
01715 605196
963161 11716
772725 11725
677773 11745
595117 11719
464726 11715
515156 11714
136111 11719
415477 11712
963161 11716
772725 11725
677773 11745
01711 192 977
01737 502916
01730 988028
01716 089616
01716 215978
01761 938934
01739 140182
01717 669532
01712 340493
01713 761722
01748 339730

kRDaru
----------iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
iuDdDoDho
President
President
President
President
President
------------84

Union
Manda
Manda
Manda
Manda
Manda
Manda
Manda
Manda
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar

Name of Local merchant


Md. Khaibor Ali
Md. Mujubur Rahaman
Md. Jahangir Alam
Md. Azaz Ahammed
AKM Rafiqul Islam
Mr.Md. Faruk Hossen
Md. Tares Uddin Mondal
Md. Nazmul Hauq
Muzbul Hauq
Matiur Rahaman
Md. Jillur Rahaman
Md. Sherajul Islam
Md. Hamidur Rahman
Md. Tariqul Islam

MtgpcD
01740 551965
01749 846002
01713 705305
01718 448542
01710 874081
01768 909990
01735 960082
01718 279401
01733 160609
01716 859809
01733 116611
01717 150818
01713 815382
01718 115827

kRDaru
-----------------------------

Source: Zilla Parishad,Naogoan

85

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Naogaon zilla at a Glance


yuDr
Union
Mt nr
epccrbD
t dDStco
etorc iti cropth
MrcD
eDarcD
ro ropthrc hdopo oD
Govt. Primary School

3435.67 sq.km.
99
2541
2854
700891
3057382
2698563
2690772
2383
975

hD thoruy h Sttc

241

etccDbD
Madrasa (Dakhil, Fazil,
Ebtedaiyee)
Literacy Rate
etaa hpoy ecphp
horagrhkaD
hc p DbroD
Bridge
Culvert
Mosque
Temple
Charge

18

Eidgaah
arhk
Post Office
ec g
Hats/ Bazaar
Graveyard
Crematorium
Poultry farm
Weaving Industry
eDDi o gD Dcc
Shallow Tube
Well
Hand Tube Well

--102
132
303
230
----150
1412
3716

891

River

20

------------4186
310
42

Canal
Wet Land
itho
Water reservoir
rruoSDh Rtro
irtDaDho Rtro
MtgpcD et Du
icry Gut ho

--------654
33
72
---

68818
1218

86

yhhDA6

List of aDoru

htaD aituorho autro rdo iutburad tn arhbcroDdS

Radio Centre

Program

Time

Day

eSrkr-kr

aupdSp hSrar Sru

6.55-7. 11ra

rtDuyory

hS kSDu eSpkrhr

7.25-7. 31ra

rtDuyory

11.31- 1211ra

rtDuyory DADio eupory

hSthrcp etdStc

6.15-6. 35ia

rtDuyory

WDroSDu ND d

6.51-7. 11ia

yoryrtDu

aupdSp atoSr

6.55-7. 11ia

rtDuyory

aupdSp aSraru

6.11-6. 51ia

rtDuyory DADio Mthory

hSrdoStp hS kSDu
M c

eSpoorbthb

hS kSp hrthbdSru 5.11-5. 31ia


RrndSrSp

aSDo aSraru

rtDuyory DADio eupory

6.55-7. 11ra

rtDuyory

hSrg n arhbcr

6.15-6. 51ia

rtDuyory

hSrdoSt erooSyt

6.55-7. 11ra

rtDuyory

aupdSp hSrar Sru

4.21-4. 31ia

rtDuyory

eSrdSrgro

6.11-6. 51ia

rtDuyory

hS kSDu eSpkrhr

7.25-7. 31ra

rtDuyory

aSDo aSraruD

6.15-6. 35ia

rtDuyory

ynkDu eSrdSrgro

6.55-7. 11ra

rtDuyory

eSpkrhr hS kSDu

7.25-7. 31ra

rtDuyory

hSyatc hSycDo

6.15-6. 51ia

rtDuyory DADio eupory

hSrar Sru
raS ch

Rrhbi u
hSycDo

eSrk ubrth

apdSrh Mrop eDdS 6.15-6. 25ia

h oDuory ,

Mthory&

WDohDdory
etAhd arfru
pdSrcaru

ynkDu aupdSp

3.17-3. 45ia

hthrcp iurhotu

3.41-3. 45ia

aupdSp atoSr

3.15-3. 31ia

rtDuyory
e Ddory& eS udory
rtDuyory DADio h hory,
WDohDdory& eupory

eSStot irupgru

3.35-3. 51ia

rtDuyory DADio
Mthory,

WDohDdory&

eupory
Rrhbrarop

apgthDu athht

1.51-1. 55ia

rtDuyory

aSraru arup

3.15-3. 15ia

rtDuyory
87

* Weather news is broadcast to all stations at 6.50 pm.


htaD aituorho autro rdo iutburad tn
Radio Centre
---

Program
---

etaa hpoy Rropt


Time
---

Day
---

Interactive Voice Response (IVR)


Interactive Voice Response (IVR) refers to disaster early warning system that spreads disaster
early warnings to common people via mobile phone. One can get weather news and early
warning for flood and river ports dialing 10941.

88

Annex 7
Feedback through Sharing/Consultation with Upazila Disaster Management Committee
(Validation Workshop/Meeting)
Naogaon, District
Introduction:
The disaster management plan has been shared with the Naogaon District Disaster
Management Committee (DDMC) through a validation workshop in 22 April 2014 at the
District DC office Auditorium at Naogaon. In this workshop the DC, UNO, PIO as well as
other members of DDMC with Shushilan staffs were present in this sharing workshop. The
workshop chaired by DC named Md. Anamul Haq.
Major Activities:
The validation workshop started from 1.30 pm through permission from the Chairperson of
DDMC named Md. Anamul Haq by senior the senior management of Shushilan. Here mainly
presented the report and discussed. In the workshop disaster management plan and shown
different data/ information through multimedia projector. Here shown different findings i.e.
hazards, vulnerability, risk map, different committees, planning for disaster management.
And at the same time Shushilan shared findings sharing, reviewed and feedback taken to
insert in the report.
Recommendations/List of Feedback:
Through the sharing of the draft DM plan report the recommendations are listed below
Among the hazard list of the District have to include Thunder storm, insect as crop
pest, fire, unplanned infrastructures, rice husk & coal from rice mill, illegal land
occupation and earth quake.
In the Sapahar upazila have serious problems of ground water scarcity.
In this upazila here have the opportunity for dazing canals and raised with rehabilitate
the embankments up to 25 km as a part of disaster management capacity.
Rooted plant forestation activities like bamboo tree plantation have an opportunity
beside the river bank as a part of river erosion risk mitigation in the Sapahar upazila.
Have include the name of Jabai Beel in the report section as well as total 17 number
of beels were situated under the upazila which were also risk area.
The more vulnerable river bank erosion areas were Oihai, Patari, North Goala, NorthWest Shirinter Jabai beel and adajusant part of the river Punarvhaba of the upazila.
In the upazila water level is down streaming which is created the great risk.
In the hazard list of the upazila have to include Thunder storm, insect as crop pest,
fire, unplanned infrastructures, rice husk & coal from rice mill, illegal land occupation
and earth quake.
There were 11 numbers of canals for irrigation.
The acute vulnerable river bank erosion areas were Hatur, Anayetpur, Mahadevpur,
Chandas, Uttargram, Khajur and Sapapur more in the upazila.
In the Badalgachhi upazila were moderate vulnerable, not chance such heavy disaster.

89

In the hazard list of the upazila have to include Thunder storm, insect as crop pest,
fire, unplanned infrastructures, rice husk & coal from rice mill, illegal land occupation
and earth quake.
Drinking & plantation related water scarcity problems consist in this district
In the upazila level hare need to include dazing machine and 2 raised embankments as
a part of disaster management capacity.
There were 06 number of beel under the risk area in the context of crop loss.
Suggested to include in the report as acute vulnerable river bank erosion area will
Idrakpur, Harekrishnapur, Ramsapur, Ghoshpara, Kumarpurbadh, Baluhara, Sadur
more of the upazila.
Major hazard is drought which created disaster
In the upazila have disaster management formed committee and disaster volunteer.
In the hazard list of the upazila have to include Thunder storm, insect as crop pest,
fire, unplanned infrastructures, rice husk & coal from rice mill, illegal land occupation
and earth quake.
In the Mahadevpur upazila level report hare need to include dazing machine, 10 raised
embankments (need to rehabilitate) with cross dram as a part of disaster management
capacity.
Have an opportunity to cultivate saline tolerant crop as a part of drought mitigation
The more vulnerable river bank erosion areas were Khelna, Agradbigan, Alampur,
Jahanpur and Islampur of the upazila.

Open Discussion & Closing Remarks:


In the open discussion session DC Md. Anamul Haq has given thanks to the participants and
the presented report as disaster management plan. He has also mentioned its importance to
prepare plan for disaster management. He told that all the information has nicely articulated
& clearly presented and overall report were excellent. Also mentioned about reviewed as
incorporate feedbacks from this workshop. UNO and other members were discussed about
the presented report with its risk mapping areas and given his thanks for such reporting
activities. After that the Chairperson told that it is our document and it will help to mitigate
disaster risk with proper planning during disaster. After that he has given thanks for the all
members of the meetings as well as Shushilan and concludes the validation workshop.

90

Annex 8
School/Collage/Madrasa, students, Teachers, Location and Use as a Shelter or not of
Mahadevpur
Number
Location of
Type of
SL.No School/Collage/Madrasa
of
Students
the
Institute
teachers
institute
Mahadevpur Model Primary
1
11
394
No
School
2
Natshal Govt. Primary School
6
239
No
3
Fajilpur Govt. Primary School
7
317
No
4
Daul Govt. Primary School
5
229
No
5
Bakapur Govt. Primary School
7
297
No
6
Joanpur Govt. Primary School
6
296
No
Jontigram Govt. Primary
7
6
253
No
School
8
Akhera Govt. Primary School
7
162
No
Mohishbathan Govt. Primary
9
9
373
No
School
10
Belkurri Govt. Primary School
4
221
No
11
Mirjapur Govt. Primary School
5
157
No
Chawk Krishnapur Govt.
12
6
152
No
Primary School
Bilshikari Govt. Primary
13
6
249
No
School
14
Gahli Govt. Primary School
4
213
No
Chokchoki Govt. Primary
15
3
136
No
School
Primary
School
Enayetpur Govt. Primary
16
7
243
No
School
17
Poita Govt. Primary School
4
119
No
18
Bijoypur Govt. Primary School
7
332
No
Moheenagar Govt. Primary
19
6
212
No
School
Kalushohor Govt. Primary
20
6
265
No
School
21
Kalna Govt. Primary School
5
151
No
22
Sujailhat Govt. Primary School
6
191
No
Hosenpur Govt. Primary
23
6
235
No
School
24
Debarpur Govt. Primary School
4
125
No
25
Khajur Govt. Primary School
11
511
No
26
Joypur Govt. Primary School
4
291
No
Mortujapur Govt. Primary
27
4
169
No
School
Ramchandrapur Govt. Primary
28
4
155
No
School
29
Kurapara Govt. Primary School
3
172
No
30
Khorddokalna Govt. Primary
6
194
No
91

Type of
Institute

SL.No School/Collage/Madrasa

31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62

School
Debipur Govt. Primary School
Bongram Govt. Primary School
Gopalpur Govt. Primary School
Durgapur Govt. Primary
School
35-Luxmipur Govt. Primary
School
Pathakata Govt. Primary
School
Paharpur Govt. Primary School
Hamidpur Jigatola Govt.
Primary School
Binodpur Govt. Primary School
Pobatoir Govt. Primary School
Chandash Govt. Primary
School
Gangarampur Govt. Primary
School
Brindarampur Govt. Primary
School
Pagha Govt. Primary School
Bagdob Govt. Primary School
Bachhra Govt. Primary School
Kanchan Govt. Primary School
48-Luxmipur Govt. Primary
School
Raigaon Govt. Primary School
Kurail Govt. Primary School
Haripur Govt. Primary School
Birompur Govt. Primary
School
Sherpur Govt. Primary School
Kundana Govt. Primary School
Sohrai Govt. Primary School
Kadial Naurail Govt. Primary
School
Ghongra Govt. Primary School
Uttargram Govt. Primary
School
Bamansata Govt. Primary
School
Dohalee Govt. Primary School
Sultanpur Govt. Primary
School
Shibganj Govt. Primary School

Number
of
teachers

Location of
Students
the
institute

7
4
7

155
125
266

No
No
No

113

No

126

No

257

No

257

No

256

No

5
4

191
97

No
No

234

No

367

No

215

No

6
7
4
4

161
251
173
166

No
No
No
No

147

No

5
4
7

375
125
211

No
No
No

139

No

5
6
6

171
155
215

No
No
No

139

No

97

No

11

444

No

352

No

165

No

174

No

11

431

No
92

Type of
Institute

SL.No School/Collage/Madrasa
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
1
2
3
4

Govt.
Primary
School

5
6
7
8

Shibrampur Govt. Primary


School
Valain Govt. Primary School
Karnapur Govt. Primary School
Shrirampur Govt. Primary
School
Cheragpur Govt. Primary
School
Ajipur Govt. Primary School
Manoharpur Govt. Primary
School
Bajitpur Govt. Primary School
Dhanjoil Govt. Primary School
Shalbari Govt. Primary School
Bagdhana Govt. Primary
School
Alipur Govt. Primary School
Saraswatipur Govt. Primary
School
Patna Govt. Primary School
Rasulpur Govt. Primary School
Sonapur Govt. Primary School
Khorddonarayanpur Govt.
Primary School
Chawk Gouri Govt. Primary
School
Jharira Govt. Primary School
Chawk Shyampur Sarta Govt.
Primary School
Sarta Govt. Primary School
Bakherabad Govt. Primary
School
Jothari Govt. Primary School
Chawkraja Govt. Primary
School
Gurharia Govt. Primary School
Bilchhara Govt. Primary
School
Noorabad Govt. Primary
School
Dewanpur Govt. Primary
School
Sahajadpur Govt. Primary
School
Bujorkantopur Govt. Primary
School

Number
of
teachers

Location of
Students
the
institute

252

No

7
5

291
193

No
No

95

No

136

No

165

No

195

No

4
6
7

152
233
321

No
No
No

134

No

153

No

236

No

11
5
7

416
246
235

No
No
No

212

No

315

No

61

No

113

No

134

No

261

No

147

No

155

No

91

No

157

No

157

No

215

No

131

No

175

No
93

Type of
Institute

SL.No School/Collage/Madrasa
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Chawkbalram Govt. Primary


School
Shalgram Govt. Primary
School
Panditpur Govt. Primary
School
Mahadevpur Govt. Primary
School
Akhirapara Govt. Primary
School
Jahangirpur Govt. Primary
School
Ranail Govt. Primary School
Deshkhirshin Govt. Primary
School
Swabubpur Govt. Primary
School
Boyrra Govt. Primary School
Shiyali Govt. Primary School
Mukharbiswanathpur Govt.
Primary School
Tantarpur Govt. Primary
School
Khoshalpur Govt. Primary
School
Mugoil Govt. Primary School
Jontoil Govt. Primary School
Gobindapur Govt. Primary
School
Khorddojoypur Govt. Primary
School
Joypur Sardarpara Govt.
Primary School
Ghashiara Govt. Primary
School
Rohotta Govt. Primary School
Moijora Govt. Primary School
Safapur Govt. Primary School
Saboil Govt. Primary School
Belot Govt. Primary School
Kalna-2 Govt. Primary School
Kalna-1 Govt. Primary School
Chawkujal Behulatala Govt.
Primary School
Ichhapur Govt. Primary School
Veempur Govt. Primary School

Number
of
teachers

Location of
Students
the
institute

151

No

173

No

115

No

261

No

125

No

299

No

155

No

166

No

127

No

4
4

114
144

No
No

145

No

111

No

226

No

4
4

122
151

No
No

132

No

131

No

174

No

164

No

3
4
4
4
4
4
4

177
113
135
133
191
121
55

No
No
No
No
No
No
No

166

No

4
4

112
115

No
No
94

Type of
Institute

SL.No School/Collage/Madrasa
39
40
41
42
43
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

School

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Chhilimpur Govt. Primary


School
Hariramnagar Govt. Primary
School
Shibpur Govt. Primary School
South Luxmipur Govt. Primary
School
Hasanpur Chaumuhoni Govt.
Primary School
Jahangirpur Girls School &
College
Mahadevpur Sarbomongal
High School
Jahangirpur Model High
School
Raygaon High School
Khajur UP High School
Sawrosathipur High School
Jaypur Dangapara High School
Hat Chak Gouri High School
Shibganj High School
Hamidpur Jigatala High School
Patakata High School
Krishna Gopal High School
Bharadoba Akther Hamid
Seddiki High School
Uttargram Demukhi High
School
Rasulpur High School
Dhanjail High School
Shalbari High School
Jantigram TA High School
Jayanpur Demukhi High
School
Bakapur High School
Dahul Barbakpur High School
Kurail Sera-Bangla High
School
Kalusahar High School
Khapur Hazi Dhanes Uddin
High School
Daburpur D.N.G High School
Bilchara R.C.P High School
Mohinagar High School
Mohisbathan High School
Gaholi Demukhi High School

Number
of
teachers

Location of
Students
the
institute

111

No

135

No

236

No

125

No

115

No

495

No

13

1165

No

11

554

No

24
13
14
14
11
12
11
11
12

961
436
694
532
661
416
295
327
235

No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No

191

No

11

243

No

12
12
12
11

261
255
311
175

No
No
No
No

11

153

No

9
11

225
151

No
No

211

No

11

225

No

11

413

No

11
9
9
15
11

115
245
219
451
341

No
No
No
No
No
95

Type of
Institute

SL.No School/Collage/Madrasa
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
1
2
3

Madrasa

4
5
6

Belkuri High School


Murtazapur High School
Chandas M.S High School
Bagdob High School
Kunjoban Bandor Technical
Girls High School
Paharpur J.N Girls High
School
Gangarampur High School
Malahar Girls High School
Akhtar Siddiki Girls High
School
Borandro Bidda Nikaton
Valain Ideal Memorial High
School
Bilshekari High School
Bamonchata Ideal High School
Matrimongal Junior Secendary
Girls School
Chanda Ideal High School
Formanpur Junior Secondary
School
Kanchhon Girls High School
Bagdaba Junior Secondary
Giels School
Chandas Girls High School
Sagarail Ideal Junior Secondary
School
B.S Junior Secondary School
Moyjora Junior Secondary
School
Paharpur Junior Secondary
School
Dr. Afaz Uddin Memorial
Junior Secondary Girls School
Chomashea Rahomania Dakhil
Madrasha
Luxmipur Khayrul Ulum Fazil
Madrasha
Joyanpur Fazil Madrasha
Sarota Nomania Dakhil
Madrasha
Kholbari Islamia Dakhil
Madrasha
Mirjapur Islamia Alim
Madrasha

Number
of
teachers
11
11
12
11

Location of
Students
the
institute
225
No
311
No
372
No
415
No

117

No

157

No

11
5

325
117

No
No

166

No

216

No

123

No

5
9

246
234

No
No

115

No

11

371

No

54

No

159

No

39

No

11

161

No

54

No

115

No

99

No

33

No

91

No

197

No

11

132

No

174

No

249

No

11

152

No

155

No
96

Type of
Institute

SL.No School/Collage/Madrasa
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
1

College

2
3
4
5

Ali Dauna Alim Madrasha


Anayatpur Fazil Madrasha
Pagha Boshir Islamia Dakhil
Madrasha
Gofanagar Islamia Dakhil
Madrasha
Jahangirpur Islamia Alim
Madrasha
Ramchandrapur Islamia Alim
Madrasha
Sherpur Kuripara Dakhil
Madrasha
Safapur Union Alim Madrasha
Fatapur Rahamina Dakhil
Madrasha
Proshadpur Islamia Dakhil
Madrasha
Kundona Dakhil Madrasha
Uttargram Polipara Dakhil
Madrasha
Uttargram Hatkhola Dakhil
Madrasha
Ramraypur Islamia Dakhil
Madrasha
Jaypur Dangapara dakhil
Madrasha
Chakraja Ahammadia Dakhil
Madrasha
Binodpur Islamia Dakhil
Madrasha
Binodpur Dakhil Madrasha
Sonakuri Malahar Mohila
Dakhil Madrasha
Samaspur Islamia Dakhil
Madrasha
Pachim Goshaipur Islamia
Dakhil Madrasha
Farmanpur Islamia Dakhil
Madrasha
Jahangirpur Govt. Collage
Jahangirpur Girls School &
Collage
Chandas Degree Collage
Raygaon Collage
Arif Memorial Collage

Number
of
teachers
5
5

Location of
Students
the
institute
141
No
156
No

175

No

117

No

194

No

157

No

155

No

156

No

125

No

135

No

146

No

117

No

144

No

112

No

111

No

211

No

139

No

121

No

145

No

111

No

125

No

121

No

17

253

No

19

294

No

21
17
17

355
267
279

No
No
No
97

Type of
Institute

SL.No School/Collage/Madrasa
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Number
of
teachers

MahadevpurTechnical & B.M


Collage
Matazi Technical & B.M
Collage
Rodail Technical & B.M
Collage
MahadevpurAgr. & Technical
Collage
Binodpur Akther Hamid
Siddiki Technical & B.M
Collage
Jahangirpur Technical & B.M
Collage
MahadevpurTechnical & B.M
Collage

Location of
Students
the
institute

16

265

No

16

277

No

15

292

No

17

257

No

16

261

No

15

259

No

17

245

No

School/Collage/Madrasa, students, Teachers, Location and Use as a Shelter or not of


Badalgachhi
SL.No

1
2

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

School/Collage/Madrasa
Badalgachhi
Pilot
High
School
Badalgachhi Labonno Prova
Pilot & Community High
School
Mithapur Eakubia Girls High
School
Mathurapur B.L High School
Gobarchapahat High School
SreeRampur F.K High School
Bhatshail High School
Goaispur High School
Bagonjouar High School
Baluhara R.B High School
Nunuj Kolimia High School
Paharpur
Adibashi
High
School
Baykantopur B.L High School

Students Teachers
783

14

Location
Badalgachhi

476

Use as a
Shelter
or not
No

No

114

11

475
565
386
361
328
430
367
385

10
12
10
12
10
11
10
10

523

13

222

11

Bhanderpur

No

Jabaripurhat
Jabaripurhat
Sree Rampur
Bhatshail
Jabaripurhat
Bagonjouar
Baluhara
Jamalgonj
Paharpur

No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No

Bagonjouar

No

No

98

SL.No

School/Collage/Madrasa

Students Teachers

14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Kola bizli High School


Mollickpur High School
Mithapur B.L High School
Shibpur High School
Mirzapur K.C High School
Bhanderpur High School
Sherpur High School

684
435
396
417
303
668
179

13
10
12
10
12
13
10

21
22
23
24
25
26

Katrick kahar High School


Dhakra High School
Sagarpur High School
Achra Junior School
Jagopara High School
Kadamgachhi High School
Daulia Sera-Bangla High
School
Bilasbari High School
Gabna High School
Dharmapur Gualbhita Seniorn
Aliea Madrasa
Islampur Rahamania Senior
Aliea Madrasa
Rukunpur Adraso Dakhil
Madrasa
Gaira Tentulia Fazil Madrasa
Nunuj Kalimia Senior Aliea
Madrasa
Changla J.M Dakhil Madrasa
Mithapur
Senior
Aliea
Madrasa
Fathajiur
Islamia
Dakhil
Madrasa
Khadail High School
Chakla & Darishan Shahidul
Dakhil Madrasa
Jagodishpur Dakhil Madrasa
Kashail
Nurania
Dakhil
Madrasa
Bhanderpur Sabitri Girls

431
280
271
155
158
276

10
10
11
5
12
14

229

11

292
268

10
11

188

20

125

18

223

14

397

19

123

19

245

15

204

19

170

15

360

11

171

15

217

16

175

15

217

12

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

Location
Kolahat
Najirpur
Banderpur
SreeRampur
Khalshi
Bhanderpur
Badalgachhi
New Rashulpur
Khalshi
Bhanderpur
Bagonjouar
Bhanderpur
Jabaripur
Badalgachhi
Bilasbari
Prodhankuri
Paharpur
Bhanderpur
Bhanderpur

Use as a
Shelter
or not
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No

Kolahat
Jamalgonj

No

Badalgachhi
Bhanderpur

No

Badalgachhi
Mithapur
PaharpurPaharpur

No

No
No
No
No

Jamalgonj
Kshail

No

Bhanderpur

No

No

99

SL.No

43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

School/Collage/Madrasa

Students Teachers

High School
B.T.M Junior School
Sannastala Nasrin Siddiki
Girls High School
Kastogari Dhakil Madrasa
Jolapara
Islamia
Dakhil
Madrasa
Daudpur
Islamia
Dakhil
Madrasa
Muktinagar Dakhil Madrasa
Gabarchapahat Akther Hamidi
Siddiki Dakhil Madrasa
Arji pas Ghoria Dakhil
Madrasa
Gabna Dakhil Madrasa
Khojagari Dhakil Madrasa
Gorshai Junior High School
Khadil Dakhil Madrasa

287

226

200

12

Location

Use as a
Shelter
or not

Jabaripur
Jabaripur

No

Jabaripur

No

No

226
166

No
11

Badalgachhi

No

220

No

170

No

142

No

156
150
90
139

No
No
No
No

School/Collage/Madrasa, students, Teachers, Location and Use as a Shelter or not of


Sapahar

Educational
Institution

Primary school

Name

Student Teacher

situation

Cyclone
center

Sapaher Model Govt.


Primary School

247

04

Sapaher

No

Teghoriya Govt.
Primary School

247

06

Teghoriya

No

Picholdagnga Govt.
Primary School

470

08

Picholdagnga

No

Mirjapur Govt. Primary


School

305

06

Mirjapur

No

Baharpur Govt. Primary


School

170

05

Baharpur

No

Mosjid para Govt.


Primary School

160

06

Mosjid para

No

kucinda Govt. Primary

355

05

kucinda

No
100

Educational
Institution

Name

Student Teacher

situation

Cyclone
center

School
Vaoyal Govt. Primary
School

312

06

Vaoyal

No

Khonjon pur Govt.


Primary School

171

04

Khonjon

No

khedunda Govt. Primary


School

200

03

khedunda

No

Shironti Govt. Primary


School

139

04

Shironti

No

Gopal pur Govt.


Primary School

110

05

Gopal pur

No

tator Govt. Primary


School

126

05

tator

No

Bagdanga Govt. Primary


School

222

05

Bagdanga

No

joboi Govt. Primary


School

242

06

joboi

No

Ashrondo Govt.
Primary School

133

04

Ashrondo

No

Ihai Govt. Primary


School

118

03

Ihai

No

cokcondi Govt. Primary


School

156

04

okcondi

No

Gorripur Govt. Primary


School

144

04

Gorripur

No

Tulshidanga Govt.
Primary School

302

05

Tulshidanga

No

Tiloni Govt. Primary


School

134

04

Tiloni

No

Boikonthopur Govt.
Primary School

142

04

Boikonthopur

No

Ramasrom Govt.
Primary School

111

03

Ramasrom

No

Mirjapur Govt. Primary


School

144

05

Mirjapur

No

Kolmudanga Govt.
Primary School

164

05

Kolmudanga

No

Mirapara Govt. Primary


School

143

03

Mirapara

No
101

Educational
Institution

Name

Student Teacher

situation

Cyclone
center

Khottapara Govt.
Primary School

114

03

Khottapara

No

Nishcintupur Govt.
Primary School

119

03

Nishcintupur

No

Kochkuraliya Govt.
Primary School

123

04

Kochkuraliya

No

Goyala Govt. Primary


School

132

04

Goyala

No

Beldanga Govt. Primary


School

121

04

Beldanga

No

Kamash pur Govt.


Primary School

142

04

Kamash

No

Tilna Govt. Primary


School

153

04

Tilna

Sundhora dhighipara
Govt. Primary School

123

04

Sundhora

No

Deoyapara Govt.
Primary School

142

04

Deoyapara

No

Vagparul Govt. Primary


School

132

04

Vagparul

No

Oronpur Govt. Primary


School

124

04

Oronpur

No

badmara Govt. Primary


School

127

04

badmara

No

Shiholi bidirpur Govt.


Primary School

153

04

Shiholi
bidirpur

No

Bardoyas Govt. Primary


School

143

04

Bardoyas

No

Gotapara Govt. Primary


School

147

04

Gotapara

No

Cokgopal Govt.
Primary School

129

04

Cokgopal

No

p. Horipur Govt.
Primary School

144

04

p. Horipur

No

Mamuria Govt. Primary


School

151

04

Mamuria

No

Narayan pur Govt.


Primary School

136

05

Narayan pur

No

No

102

Educational
Institution

Name

Student Teacher

situation

Cyclone
center

Condura babu pur Govt.


Primary School

147

03

Condura babu
pur

No

ganjakuri Govt. Primary


School

232

05

ganjakuri

No

umel Govt. Primary


School

179

04

umel

No

N. komol Danga Govt.


Primary School

319

05

N. komol
Danga

No

Boldiya ghat Govt.


Primary School

273

05

Boldiya ghat

No

Nurpur Govt. Primary


School

208

05

Nurpur

No

Kollan pur Govt.


Primary School

136

03

Kollan pur

No

Hujra pur Govt. Primary


School

160

04

Hujra pur

No

sridhorbati Govt.
Primary School

136

04

sridhorbati

No

Rod gram Govt. Primary


School

226

06

Rod gram

No

cacahar Govt. Primary


School

166

02

cacahar

No

Birampur Govt. Primary


School

155

04

Birampur

No

singra Govt. Primary


School

253

04

singra

No

Sonadanga Govt.
Primary School

153

05

Sonadanga

No

W. kolmudanga Govt.
Primary School

326

06

W.
kolmudanga

No

Basul danga Govt.


Primary School

373

06

Basul danga

No

furkutidanga Govt.
Primary School

192

05

furkutidanga

No

bakhorpur Govt.
Primary School

136

04

bakhorpur

No

Hapania Govt. Primary


School

286

05

Hapania

No

103

Educational
Institution

Name

Student Teacher

situation

Cyclone
center

Vokna Govt. Primary


School

256

06

Vokna

No

Joipur Govt. Primary


School

177

06

Joipur

No

Modonsing Govt.
Primary School

76

03

Modonsing

No

bodupur Govt. Primary


School

332

07

bodupur

No

Mirjapur Govt. Primary


School

208

04

Mirjapur

No

khidirpur Govt. Primary


School

244

04

khidirpur

No

Badochera Govt.
Primary School

438

08

Badochera

No

Podolpara Govt.
Primary School

247

04

Podolpara

No

koibottogram Govt.
Primary School

247

06

koibottogram

No

Tiolna cok Govt.


Primary School

470

06

Tiolna cok

No

Madhail Govt. Primary


School

253

04

Madhail

No

Kamshpur Govt.
Primary School

153

05

Kamshpur

No

Doyasha Govt. Primary


School

326

06

Doyasha

No

Sonapukur Govt.
Primary School

575

06

Sonapukur

No

Kissoda Govt. Primary


School

145

04

Kissoda

No

raypur Govt. Primary


School

147

04

raypur

No

shahbajpur Govt.
Primary School

286

05

shahbajpur

No

Gopal pur Govt.


Primary School

192

06

Gopal pur

No

manikura Govt. Primary


School

177

06

manikura

No

104

Educational
Institution

College

Name

situation

Cyclone
center

Tilona Govt. Primary


School

76

03

Tilona

No

Ramrampur Govt.
Primary School

332

07

Ramrampur

No

Sapahar Degree college

353

17

Sapahar

No

Can Muhammad degree


college

443

19

Digir hat College

455

21

Goyala

No

Tilona College

367

17

Tilona

No

Vioel college

295

17

shironti

No

Ashrondo Degree
college

235

19

Aihai

No

Sapahar Govt. Girls


High School

329

17

Sapahar

No

Teghlia High School


Picholdaga High School

323

15

No

261

14

Teghlia
Sapahar

233

13

232

15

328

18

209

12

207

14

Sapahar

No

Baharpur High School

289

15

Sapahar

No

Niscintu pur High


School

286

15

Kotta para High School


Mirapar High School
koachkurlia High
School

316
227

17
13

247

14

aladipur High School

254

Goala High School

Mohjid para High


School
JAMAN NAGOR High
School
Sapahar pilot High
School
Sapahr badol danga
High School
Mirjapur High School
School

Student Teacher

Sapahar

Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar

Niscintu pur

No

No
No
No
No
No

No

Goala
Goala
Goala
Goala

No
No

14

Goala

No

234

13

Goala

No

Goala girls school

212

12

Goala

No

ALHelal Islami
Academy

217

12

shironti

No

No

105

Educational
Institution

viol High School

234

14

viol, shironti

Cyclone
center
No

Oronpur High School

228

13

Oronpur

No

Vagparul tilona

209

12

Vagparul
tilona

No

207

14

Ashrondo

No

Vagparul tilona High


School

283

15

Vagparul
tilona

No

Aihai High School

276

15

Aihai

No

Gouripur Secondary
school

216

12

Aihai

No

Kolmunda High School

227

13

Kolmunda

No

Tiltala secondary school


Shapahar Alia madrasa
Shabajpur Ulum alia
madrasa
Picholdanga dakhil
madrasha
Dhormopur dakhil
madrasha
Manikurta dakhil
madrasha
Mosjid para dakhil
madrasha
Tulsipara dakhil
madrasha
Sapahar dakhil
madrasha

247
212

14
16

189

14

145

12

121

11

143

12

139

09

169

10

199

08

Hapania Fazil madrasa

145

11

goala

No

Senpur dakhil madrasha

134

12

goala

No

Khottapara Alim
madrasha
Khottapara Islamia
mohila dakhil madrasha
Maipur necharia dakhil
madrasha
Polashdagna dakhil
madrasha
Aladipur dakhil
madrasha

174

13

goala

No

178

13

183

09

146

11

193

10

Joboi sufia Fazil


madrasa

142

11

Name

Ashrondo High School

Madrasha

Student Teacher

situation

patari
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar
Sapahar

goala
goala
goala
goala
joboi

No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No

No
No
No
No
No
106

Educational
Institution

Attedayi
madrasha

Name

Student Teacher

situation

Cyclone
center

Gopalpur harun Fazil


madrasa

183

11

Gopalpur

No

konjonpur Alim
madrasha

191

10

konjonpur

No

koikuri Alim madrasha

188

10

koikuri

No

moradanga Alim
madrasha

186

09

moradanga

No

Islam pur dakhil


madrasha

128

08

Islam pur

No

Umel muhamia dakhil


madrasha

137

09

umel

No

bakhorpur dakhil
madrasha

169

10

bakhorpur

No

Raipur mohila dakhil


madrasha

198

11

raipur

No

Cacahar Fazil madrasa

175

11

Cacahar

No

Sundora betehar dakhil


madrasha

195

10

Betehar

No

Deopara dakhil
madrasha

182

09

Tetulia

No

Jamal pur dakhil


madrasha

147

11

Jamal pur

No

Mungroil Fazil madrasa

132

08

Mungroil

No

Rasul pur dakhil


madrasha

122

08

Rasulpur

No

Pahari pukur dakhil


madrasha

147

09

Paharipukur

No

Tilona saroni dakhil


madrasha

143

09

Tilona

No

Karia para sotontro


attedayi madrasha

199

09

Karia para,
Patari

No

tilna sotontro attedayi


madrasha

195

08

Tilona, patari

No

Krish soda sotontro


attedayi madrasha

143

08

Krish soda
patari

No

moradanga sotontro
attedayi madrasha

173

08

moradanga

No

107

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