BASELINE REPORT RIGHT IN CRISIS ANALYSIS – MANIPUR FLOODS 2015
Manipur experienced heavy rain begin from 28th July 2015 which leads to worst flood in 200 years and landslide in Chandel District. They have not only caused damage to life and property but have worsened myriad of existing problems faced by the people. The assessments done by various agencies affirm that disasters disproportionately placed the people with disability and socially excluded in a more vulnerable situation and exposed them to a new set of problems and difficulties.
Identification and advocacy of the key issues prevalent in the community is of paramount importance which would feed into the sustainability of the post flood
5th Post Flood Core Committee Coordination meeting was organized by Sphere India in DSSS Imphal on 23rd September 2015 to discuss the process for Collaborative Advocacy. Sphere India gave a presentation on the aim, objectives, processes and outputs of Collaborative Advocacy for linking beneficiaries with government social protection schemes. Participants were requested to share their inputs in developing a concrete plan of action for this exercise. The agencies including Caritas India (DSSS), CASA, NEICORD, OXFAM India, PRDA and WSDC agreed to carry out Collaborative Advocacy exercise of Rights in Crisis analysis in 3 districts (Thoubal, Chandel and Bishnupur) of Manipur.
The finding and recommendation of baseline survey report on Right in Crisis Analysis report on Manipur Floods-2015 can be accessed at Baseline Report- Right in Crisis Analysis – Manipur Floods 2015
REPORTS OF IAG-MANIPUR EMERGENCY COORDINATION REVIEW MEETING ON MANIPUR FLOODS- 2017 (24th JULY 2017)
Fr. Mung, Director Fin/Hr, DSSS, conducted the review meeting in the absence of the Convenor of IAG Manipur Fr.Avince. He extended warm welcome to all the IAG members present. The members present shared the immediate relief program taken up/ implemented along with the assessment reports which is still ongoing.
At present the members could reach out to some areas of Imphal East, Imphal West, Thoubal and Bishnupur district.
The detailed meeting minutes can be accessed at 24.07.2017_IAG Manipur_Mintues of 2nd Emergency Coordination Meeting on Manipur Floods 2017
SITUATION REPORT -1: FLOODS IN MANIPUR (7th July, 2017)
Natural Calamities like floods and landslides has affected the State of Manipur for past two month. The State was hit by Cyclone “ MORA’’ accompanied by heavy rainfall and windstorms on month of May, 2017 causing floods and landslides that led to huge damage to property, infrastructures, paddy field and loss of lives.
Recently, torrential rain triggers by flash flood in many parts of Manipur affected many areas in the valley and the state capital again. Breaches of embankment in many places along river bank were reported. Peoples were left homeless with no adequate foods and drinking water.
The details report can be accessed at Sitrep 1 Floods in Manipur 07.07.2017
SITUATION REPORT -1: AFTERMATH OF CYCLONE “MORA” (31.05.2017)
The cyclonic, “MORA” accompanied by heavy showers and gusty winds have affected the states of Manipur and Mizoram in North-Eastern part of India causing flash flood and triggering landslides. Damages to houses and infrastructure were reported. However, it did not cause any human casualty.
Details information can be accessed at Sitrep 1 Aftermath of cyclone MORA_31.05.2017