To strengthen the disaster affected communities and institution for reducing the impact of disasters as well as climate change.

Objectives a.To enhance the capacities of DMCs at various level(community, LGI, upazilla) on DRR and CCA b.To enhance the capacities of targeted beneficiaries to make their livelihood resilient to      future disaster risk and climate change impact.) Funded by Christian aid   Duration August 2011 – July 2014   Budget in total TK. 106, 20000 (One Crore Six lac Twenty thousand only) Working area (District, Upazilla, Union) District: Shariatpur,Upazila:Naria & Vadergong,Union:Charuttra,Nowpara & Kachekata. Target group

women headed family, widow, divorced, abandoned women, fishermen, landless, hardcore poor, elected bodies, teacher, students, Religions lieder and local elite person.

Describe 3-5 successful intervention (maximum 100 word of each intervention) 1.Formation ward base disaster management committees (WDMC)

Total 27 nos. WDMC formed under 3 unions. Every union was formed 9 WDMC under DRR and CCA project. Every committees was include 15 members in the criteria of women headed family, widow, divorced, abandoned women, fishermen, landless, hardcore poor, elected bodies, teacher, students, Religions lieder and local elite person. Elected UP member was selected as a president of the committee. The role and responsibilities of the WDMC is to disseminate the DRR and CCA related message in the community during disaster period and assist to the Villagers for rescue and evacuation during river erosion.

2.Organize session for local level Participatory Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment (PVCA)

PVCA session was held at ward level in Kanchikata, Charatra and Nowpara Union during April to June. In this time, SDS had been implemented 27 PVCA to the field level. Ward Disaster Management Committee members with local elite persons were participated actively in this session. Everybody highly appreciated to this session. They never have been to see such kind of session. Most of the elderly elite person can be informed about their living location of 50 or 6o years ago. So we select such kind of elite person. About 7 tools have been used to implement PVCA session. First of all, List of hazard, Sequence of hazard, Risk and Resource Mapping, Calendar of hazard, Calendar of Livelihood, Community level Action Plan, Organization level Action Plan. 20 to 24 local elite persons with WDMC members were attended the session in every PVCA.

3.Water gage installation at community level  to measure the water level during the rainy season.

DRR working area is surrounded by the river of Padma, Meghna and Kirtinasha. Almost every year, here occurred river erosion and flood. The community people do not know the situation of water level and there is no mechanism to know the situation of water level measuring.  So community flood scale installed with a signboard. The community flood scale is divided of three stages. Down stage with green color that means normal flood which was not the loss of them, even benefit. Middle stage with yellow color that means preparedness moment when we are to be taken preparedness to reduce loss of life and asset and the last stage of upper level with red color that means dangerous period. If the water level is crossed that point, the life and asset is probable/likely loss.

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গণপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলাদেশ সরকারের অর্থ মন্ত্রণালয়ের 'SEIP (Skills for Employment Investment Program)' প্রকল্পের আর্থিক সহায়তায় ও PKSF (পল্লী কর্ম-সহায়ক ফাউণ্ডেশন)-এর সহযোগিতায় দক্ষ হয়ে বিদেশ যেতে চান এবং আত্মকর্মসংস্থান (চাকুরির) প্রতিষ্ঠা লাভে আগ্রহী বেকার যুবদের কারিগরি দক্ষতা ও সক্ষমতা উন্নয়নে উল্লেখিত ট্রেডসমূহে (সম্পূর্ণ আবাসিক) ভর্তি চলছে। ১. আইটি সার্পোট সার্ভিস, ২. গ্রাফিক ডিজাইন, ৩. আইটি ফ্রিল্যান্সিং, ৪. প্লাম্বিং, ৫. সুইং মেশিন অপারেশন, ৬. মোবাইল ফোন সার্ভিসিং, ৭. ইলেট্রিক্যাল ইন্সটলেশন এন্ড মেইনটেনেন্স। উল্লেখিত ট্রেডসমূহ সম্পর্কে বিস্তারিত জানার জন্য যোগাযোগ করুনঃ মোবাইল ফোন ঃ ০১৭১৮-৬৮৩২২০, ০১৯২২-৪১৪৪৩৩
টেলিফোনঃ ০৬০১-৬১৬৫৪।