TSUNAMI WATSAN PROGRAMMES INDONESIA SRI LANKA MALDIVES TSUNAMI

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TSUNAMI WATSAN PROGRAMMES § INDONESIA § SRI LANKA § MALDIVES

TSUNAMI WATSAN PROGRAMMES § INDONESIA § SRI LANKA § MALDIVES

TSUNAMI WATSAN ORGANIGRAM Uli Jaspers Wat. San Unit Manager IFRC Geneva uli. jaspers@ifrc. org

TSUNAMI WATSAN ORGANIGRAM Uli Jaspers Wat. San Unit Manager IFRC Geneva uli. [email protected] org +41227304472 Patrick D’Aoust Tsunami Wat. San Coordinator, Bangkok patrick. [email protected] org +6619263420 Fidel Peña Sri Lanka Wat. San Coordinator, Colombo Kathryn Clarkson Maldives Wat. San Coordinator, Male Fidelis Chulu Indonesia Wat. San Coordinator, Banda Aceh Fidel. [email protected] org +94773157675 kathryn. [email protected] org +9607791437 Fidelis. [email protected] org +62811827515 Open Sri Lanka Wat. San Deputy Coordinator, Colombo 3 Wat. San Delegates Leigh Burgess Guilermo Garcia Hassan Hamou 1 Trainee Delegate Tejas Hansora Detlef Schwager Indonesia Wat. San Deputy Coordinator, Banda Aceh 3 Wat. San Delegates Arnaud Vontobel Markus Eek Jane Edgar 6 Wat. San Delegates Ena Kuang Camelia Marinescu Flory Balaga Jackson Ndemena 2 open positions (Calang and Nias)

RC/RC Movement Partners (Wat. San) § INDONESIA Ø Ø Ø § Swiss, Hong Kong,

RC/RC Movement Partners (Wat. San) § INDONESIA Ø Ø Ø § Swiss, Hong Kong, German, Taiwan, French, Austrian, Netherlands SRI LANKA Ø Ø Ø § IFRC ICRC 12 PNS’ American, Australian, Canadian, Norwegian, Spanish, IFRC ICRC PNS’ MALDIVES Ø Ø IFRC 4 PNS’

Wat. San Sabang Banda Aceh IFRC, Cons. Mac. RC/Swed. RC/Ast. RC Banda Aceh Sabang

Wat. San Sabang Banda Aceh IFRC, Cons. Mac. RC/Swed. RC/Ast. RC Banda Aceh Sabang IFRC Pidie Fre. RC 8 Aceh Utara – Lhokseumawe IFRC, Am. RC 1 Biruen Fre. RC 1 Palang Merah Biruen Calang Aceh Besar Am. RC 2 Aceh Jaya - Teunom Am. RC 3 / Ger. RC 1 Meulaboh MEDAN Meulaboh IFRC, Spa. RC 6 / Fre. RC 1 Simeuleu Aus. RC 3 / Nor. RC 1 Nias IFRC, NRC 2 / SRC 2 Nangan Raya Am. RC 2 / Fre. RC 1 Tapaktuan Takengon Aceh Tenggara Aceh Singkil Aceh Timur – Langsa Gayo Lues Lhokseumawe Aceh Barat Daya Am. RC 2 / Fre. RC 1 Simeuleu Nias

EMERGENCY PHASE (INDONESIA) § ERU’S: FRC, GRC, Aus. RC, Mac. RC-Sw. RC (Mal. RC),

EMERGENCY PHASE (INDONESIA) § ERU’S: FRC, GRC, Aus. RC, Mac. RC-Sw. RC (Mal. RC), Spa. RC § Producing and distributing >> 1500 m 3 / day § RC/RC well cleaning programme § Wat. San facilities in: Ø Ø Ø Tented cities TLC (barrack camps) Transitional Shelter camps

EMERGENCY PHASE (MALDIVES) § R. O. transported to tsunami affected islands and stationed on

EMERGENCY PHASE (MALDIVES) § R. O. transported to tsunami affected islands and stationed on barges in strategic locations § Wat. San facilities in IDP camps

Indonesia Wat. San programme § Hygiene Promotion through implementation of PHAST Ø Ø Ena

Indonesia Wat. San programme § Hygiene Promotion through implementation of PHAST Ø Ø Ena Kuang, Wat. San Software Delegate 10 PMI Youth Volunteers (To. T) 60 PMI PHAST To. T’s 120 PMI PHAST facilitators Ø Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (NAD) & NIAS

Indonesia Wat. San programme (2) § Maintenance/Rehabilitation of Wat. San facilities in TLC’s of

Indonesia Wat. San programme (2) § Maintenance/Rehabilitation of Wat. San facilities in TLC’s of Banda Aceh, Aceh Besar and Sabang Ø Ongoing construction/rehabilitation/maintenance in 13 TLC (Barrack) camps (drainage, latrines, septics, RWH) § Bandung Training Center Joint (IFRC, Sp. RC, Aust. RC, FRC, GRC)

Indonesia Wat. San programme (3) § Implementation of community based Wat. San projects in

Indonesia Wat. San programme (3) § Implementation of community based Wat. San projects in Ø Ø Ø Nias Island (11 sub-districts, 48 villages), Meulaboh (3 sub-districts, 90 villages) Bireuen (2 sub-districts, 40 villages) ü ü Ø Ø § Water Supply (Spring System) - Community Household Water Supply – RWH, Well-Protection Community Bath/Wash/Toilet - MCK Household Sanitation - Toilet 98 villages and 18 towns assessed with village/town committees Development of Computer-based Database for Hygiene Improvement Framework Baseline Survey and PHAST Baseline Survey Coordination of PNS and PMI Wat. San projects

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Maldives Wat. San programme § WATER Ø Ø § SANITATION Ø § Small Bore

Maldives Wat. San programme § WATER Ø Ø § SANITATION Ø § Small Bore Sewer systems (5 islands) RENEWABLE ENERGY Ø § RWH (79 islands) RO (20 islands) Solar panels on community buildings & solar street lighting WASTE MANAGEMENT PROJECT (joint Can. RC / Austral. RC)

Restore and Improve Rainwater Harvesting Systems § 15, 360 (2, 500 Lt) rain water

Restore and Improve Rainwater Harvesting Systems § 15, 360 (2, 500 Lt) rain water harvesting tanks to 79 islands § Guttering and pipes to be provided for householders to install their own rain harvesting § Distribution period: being completed this month § up to 50, 000 beneficiaries § Joint Am. RC / IFRC community mobilisation activities planned to boost installation rates

Rainwater Harvesting System Box gutter 45 deg elbows Tee 90 deg elbow Ball Valve

Rainwater Harvesting System Box gutter 45 deg elbows Tee 90 deg elbow Ball Valve 2500 Lt plastic tank Soak pit

Desalination Unit and Distribution System § Supply and install 10 cbm/day Reverse Osmosis (RO)

Desalination Unit and Distribution System § Supply and install 10 cbm/day Reverse Osmosis (RO) units, and construct complimenting distribution systems on 20 islands. § Programme anticipated to finish mid 2007 § >10, 000 beneficiaries inhabiting 20 islands affected by the Tsunami

RO Unit and Distribution Set-up Distribution Tank (5, 000 L) Plant and tank housing

RO Unit and Distribution Set-up Distribution Tank (5, 000 L) Plant and tank housing Water storage tanks (5, 000 L each) Settleme nt tanks RO Unit Distribution Main Pump Salt concentrate discharge to sea Intake valve Beach well Community Water points

Sanitation Facilities in New Housing § Islands – K. Guraidhoo, K. Maafushi, D. Kudahuvadhoo

Sanitation Facilities in New Housing § Islands – K. Guraidhoo, K. Maafushi, D. Kudahuvadhoo and L. Gann § New housing and infrastructure to be provided to the Internally Displaced People (IDP) § Houses to include septic tanks that will connect to a smallbore sewer system and outer reef outfalls § Program period = dependant on new housing program, likely to finish mid 2007 § 7, 000 beneficiaries – IDP and existing communities

Grey Water – Shower and laundry Black Water – Toilet and kitchen Effluent disposal

Grey Water – Shower and laundry Black Water – Toilet and kitchen Effluent disposal out to sea Black Water Stream Future Treatment Facilities Septic Tank • Secondary treatment • Primary treatment • Anaerobic Reaction Domestic Waste Water Grey Water Stream Filter pit

PLANS FOR 2006 - 2007 INDONESIA § Pursue ongoing programme § Improve Coordination with

PLANS FOR 2006 - 2007 INDONESIA § Pursue ongoing programme § Improve Coordination with PNS’ and with Health programme § Better integration of PMI § Insure that implementation takes place

PLANS FOR 2006 - 2007 MALDIVES § Continue ongoing programme § Scale up Software

PLANS FOR 2006 - 2007 MALDIVES § Continue ongoing programme § Scale up Software activities § Awareness raising & hygiene promotion campaigns § Community mobilisation activities to ensure community management