DISTRICT LAYYAH


WATER SUPPLY AND DRAINAGE SCHEMES
SNo.
Tehsil
Schemes Completed
(Baseline Number)
Schemes Damaged
(Number)
Cost for Renovation
(Rs. in Millions)
Water Supply Schemes Drainage Schemes Total Water Supply Schemes Drainage Schemes Total Water Supply Schemes Drainage Schemes Total
1.
Layyah
4   4          
2.
Karor
1   1   1 1      
3.
Choubara
1   1          
  Total: 6   6   1 1      

Source: Housing Urban Development and Public Health Engineering Department Last Updated: 27-08-2010

DAMAGE ASSESSMENT OF SCHOOLS
Institution Type
(both Public & Private facilities)
Baseline Damages
Baseline Number Average Covered Area
(sq. ft.)
Number of Teachers Number of Students Enrolled Physical Status (Number) Furniture & Fixtures Status (Number) Current Status (Number)
Completely Destroyed Partially Damaged Completely Destroyed Partially Damaged Operational Close
Primary 1,289 5,322.199 2,796 128,960 0 257 0 128.5 1,289 0
Elementary 213 22,366.130 2,000 46,690 0 41 0 1 213 0
High 93 69,586.360 1,839 54,758 0 17 0 9 93 0
Higher Secondary 4 46,654.666 132 2,998 0 0 0 0 4 0

Grand Total:

1,599 6,767 233,406 0 315 0 138.5 1,599 0
 
Note: Completely Destroyed will mean damage ranging from above 40% to total loss.
Partially Damaged will mean below 40%

Source: School Education Department Last Updated: 25-08-2010
LIVESTOCK
EMERGENCY RESCUE 1122
 
AGRICULTURE
 

380,000

Animals Affected

2,878

People Evacuated

149

People Provided with First Aid

143,500 acres

Crops Affected

RELIEF WORK
EDUCATION
 
INFRASTRUCTURE
 

35

Police Relief Camps

9

NGOs Participating In Relief Efforts

Rs. 1.38 billion

Worth of Damages

Rs. 0.53 billion

Rivers and Bridges Damages

AT A GLANCE

1,486,000

Estimated Population

70

No. of Villages Affected

Rs. 4.41

Worth of Total Damages in billions


DETAIL OF RELIEF CAMPS ESTABLISHED FOR FLOOD AFFECTEES
1.
GGHS Islamia, Layyah
2.
GHS Boys Model, Layyah
3.
GHS MC, Layyah
4.
GGHS TDA Colony, Layyah
5.
GGHS Model Sadr Bazar, Layyah
6.
Govt. College for Boys, Layyah
7.
Govt. College for Boys, Layyah
8.
Govt. College for Boys Kot Sultan
9.
GMS No. 2 Kot Sultan
10.
Govt. Degree College for Women Kot Sultan
11.
GGPSZulfiqar Abad Kot Sultan, Layyah
12.
GGHS Kotla Haji Shah
13.
GHSS Jaman Shah, Layyah
14.
GPS Thind Nashaib Layyah
15.
GGHS Paharpur
16.
GHS Paharpur
17.
GMS Naushehra
18.
GGPS Chak No. 160-C/TDA, Layyah
19.
GGPS Chak No. 160-C/TDA
20.
GMS Basti Chandrain, Layyah
21.
Govt. Degree College for Boys Karor
22.
GHS Railway Road, Karor
23.
Govt. Degree for Women Karor
24.
GHS Abdullahwala, Layyah
25.
GGHS Chak No. 434 TDA (Dhori Ada), Layyah
26.
GPS Zafarwala Jadeed Layyah
27.
GGPS Hussnainabad, Layyah
28.
GGMS Basti Mian Layyah
29.
GGMS Chak No. 148 TDA, Kausarabad, Layyah
30.
GGMS Anarwala Layyah
31.
GGMS Haji Yar Muhammad Jhorar, Layyah
32.
GPS Tibba Dastian Karor
33.
GMS Baghwala Karor
34.
GPS Chak No. 84 ML Karor
35.
GPS Chak No. 38 TDA Karor
36.
GPS Garay wala Karor
37.
GPS Riaz Sandhelay wala Karor
38.
GGMS Chak No. 82 TDA Karor
39.
GGHS Kanal Colony, Layyah

Source: Provincial Disaster Management Authority Last Updated: 18-08-2010

PROVINCIAL MONITORING CELL - RESCUE 1122
FLOOD EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

Flood Affected Areas

Treatment
Evacuated Hospitalized
Medical Camp First Aid
Lohanch Nasheeb 474 16
Kot Haji Shah 418 56
Union Counsil No. 1 430 49
Kot Sultan 30
Union Counsil Basera Karor 91
Wara Sehra Karor 349
Sumra Nasheeb 155 22
Budh Mundi 696
Karur Lal Aisen 235 6

Total:

2,878 149

Source: Rescue 1122 

Last Updated: 26-10-2010

INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES

Sectors

Amount (Billion PKR)
Union Councils Affected (Nos) 38
River and Bridges 0.53
Irrigation 1.00
Education 1.38
Health/Veterinary 0.40
Water, Sanitation and Drainage 0.10

Total:

3.41

Source: Planning & Development Department

Last Updated: 25-08-2010


NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
SNo.
Names  Services Area 
1.
Participatory Welfare Services

Cooked food distribution to 3500 people during the 1st and 2nd week of August 2010.
Arranged two weeks medical camp which provided treatment and medicines to 6000 patients
Provided 1000 tents to the flood affectees
Involvement in rescue activities

Sial Colony Chowk Azam
 2. Awami Development Organization

Involvement in rescue activities of flood afectees
Distribution of 500 food packets (dry foods)
Provision of shelter to shelter less

T.T.A Colony
3.
Pilot Welfare Society

Distribution of dry milk and biscuits among 4000 children

 
4.
Al-Mehmood Welfare Society

Provision of shelter and food to 150 flood affectees
Arrangement of medical camp and free medicines

Housing Colony
5.
Roshni Welfare Society and Human Rights Development Organization

With the collaborative effort of these two NGOs they provided 50 daigs of cooked rice to flood affectees

Housing Colony
6 . Al-Kausar Welfare Society

Distribution of 10-15 daigs of cooked rice

Layyah
7.
Al-Sheikh Welfare Society

Provision of shelter, food, medicine to 86 affected families

Layyah
8.
Aas Welfare Society 

Involvement in sercue activities
Awareness campaigns about cautionary steps to avoid diseases
Food distribution among 200 flood affectees

Layyah
9. Dawaba Foundation

Involvment in rescue and relief activities with their 6 boats
Food distribution of cooked food among 6000 families

Housing Colony
     

Source: Social Welfare Department 

 Last Updated: 05-09-2010


DETAILS OF LIVESTOCK RELIEF WORK
  Veterinary Officers                                                                                                    

5

  Veterinary Assistants

15  

  Mobile Veterinary Dispensary

3  

  Vaccination Performed (Large & Small)

595,300

  Vaccination Performed (Poultry)

150,000

  Treatment (Large & Small)

217,396

  Mortality (Large & Small)

 601

  Availability of Medicine

Sufficient  

  Availability of Vaccine

Sufficient  

  Availability of feed and fodder Vanda (bag) (Distributed)

2,960 by DLO and 3,760 by NGO 2,430 feed blocks  

  Availability of feed and fodder Vanda (bag) (In stock)

300  

  Availability of feed and fodder Wheat Straw (monds) (Distributed)

1,509

  Availability of feed and fodder Wheat Straw (monds) (In stock)

0  

  Teams of Volunteer

NIL

  Civil Veterinary Hospitals/Civil Veterinary Dispensary affected

9  



Source: Livestock Department Last Updated: 14-10-2010

DETAILS OF DRINKING WATER FACILITIES PROVIDED IN FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS
  Items Numbers Reported
  Number of  Villages Surveyed

122

  Hand Pumps Installed / Checked for Contamination

1,290

  Water Tanks Installed/Placed in Villages

176

  Chlorination / Dis-infection has been carried out.   
 


Source: Housing Urban Development and Public Health Engineering Department Last Updated: 02-11-2010

CROPS AFFECTED
Crops Area in Acres
  Cotton

22,000

  Rice

8,000  

  Sugarcane

20,000  

  Citrus

0  

  Maize

1,500  

  Moong

30,000  

  Mash

3,000

  Til

2,000  

  Fodder

35,000  

  Vegetables

4,000  

  Mango

2,500 

  Others

15,500  

  Grand Total:

143,500



Source: Agriculture Department Last Updated: 13-10-2010

DETAILS OF HEALTH ISSUES
Issues Numbers Reported
  RTI 43,198
  Injuries

6,515

  Skin

49,578

  PUO

27,177

  Eye Ear

14,439

  Dog Bite

177

  Snake Bite

75

  Acute Watery Diarrohea

4,608 

  Other Diseases

89,751



Source: Health Department Last Updated: 04-12-2010

DETAILS OF HEALTH RELIEF WORK
  Items Numbers Reported
  Total Treated Patients

235,518

  ORS Distributed

35,358

  Aquapura Distributed

42,269

  Mineral Water Distributed

221,696 

  Patients Vaccinated

152,649

  Mobile Teams

-

  Static Teams

-



Source: Health Department Last Updated: 04-12-2010
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