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Myanmar• Cyclonic Storm GIRI Situation Report

Posted by ေက်ာက္ၿဖဴသားေခ် Sunday, 24 October 2010

The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and
principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors.
Myanmar• Cyclonic Storm GIRI
Situation Report # 1
23 October 2010
This report was issued by OCHA Myanmar. It covers the period from 22 to 23 October. The next report will be
issued on or around 25 October.
For the past three days, the Rakhine State has been put on high alert following the development of a
depression in the Bay of Bengale that quickly evolved into a cyclonic storm of Category 4, according to
Tropical Storm Risk (TSR). The Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System (GDACS) issued a red alert
for a high risk of humanitarian impact on 22 October.

The Government of the Union of Myanmar promptly issued warnings to the population living in areas that
could be affected by the heavy rains and powerful winds and organized the evacuation of some people to
areas in higher altitude. The UN, NGOs and Red Cross mobilized their staff to get ready to respond. In
particular the Red Cross mobilized its network of volunteers.
No loss of life has been reported so far though no comprehensive assessment has yet been performed.
Partners present in the immediate surroundings of the affected area (ACF, MSF, Save the Children, Malteser)
are deploying assessment teams to Kyaukpyu and Ann and the closest areas to assess the damages.
The Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement has immediately made contact with the humanitarian
community and the UN Resident/Humanitarian Coordinator to welcome support. A fact-finding mission is
organized by the Government and could depart on 23 or 24 October to the most affected areas of Kyaukpyu
and its immediate surroundings. Other areas that have been or are still on the trajectory of the depression that
has now slowed down to a Tropical Storm could also be assessed, such as the area of Ann, which is on the
north-eastern side of Kyaukpyu. The Government has welcomed the suggestion that a small team of the
humanitarian community accompanies the Government’s mission, pending approval by higher authorities.
Several ministries have been mobilized including the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Ministry of Transports and
the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement.
Northern Rakhine State, which was heavily affected by floods in June 2010 after heavy rains, seems to have
been spared and the situation in Maungdaw and Buthidaung is reportedly calm.
Rains have reportedly started again on 23 October in the morning.
Kyaukpyu Township is situated on the western coast of Rakhine State and has an estimated population of
209,000 people. Communications with Kyaukpyu have been severed and electricity is reportedly down.
Kyaukpyu’s hospital is severely damaged according to the Government’s Health Authorities
I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES
• Preliminary reports of the Government announce severe damage to at least 400 houses and
buildings in Kyaukpyu on the western coast of Rakhine State following the landfall of Cyclonic
Storm GIRI of Category 4 during the night of 22 to 23 October with gusts winds of 110 mph
• No loss of life has been reported so far
• Communications with Kyaukpyu have been severed and electricity is reportedly down
• Kyaukpyu’s hospital severely damaged according to the Government’s Health Authorities
• The Government of the Union of Myanmar has welcomed the offer of assistance from humanitarian
organizations present in Myanmar.
• The National Disaster Preparedness Coordination Committee (NDPCC) and several ministries
have been mobilized and are organizing a fact-finding mission in which a small team of
humanitarian partners will participate
II. Situation Overview
The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective
and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors.
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Other areas such as Sittwe, Ramree, Ann and Myebon Townships were also close to the path of the cyclonic
storm and could have been affected.
A number of smaller islands were also on the trajectory of the storm and could have been affected.
Access to the affected areas could be difficult as this period of the year is usually linked to higher tides
making it difficult for boats that aren’t ready for high seas, to be mobilized to respond. The UN will maintain
contact with the Government to seek their support in providing logistical support for rapid assessments. The
condition of roads and bridges is yet unknown.
Organizations present in the area include among others, MRCS, MSF-Holland, ACF, Malteser, Save the
Children, UNICEF, WFP, UNHCR and UNDP.
Kyakpyu – 22 October 2010 evening – source: UNDP/UNDSS
Organizations mobilizing stocks or already responding to the emergency are encouraged to contact OCHA to
compile/share information to ensure a coordinated response. OCHA encourages agencies on the ground to
use the Inter Agency Rapid Assessment Form (IRA), available in the Myanmar Contingency Plan.
The Government has set up three (3) camps in monasteries in Kyaukpyu to host the affected population.
The authorities have already mobilized 2,000 tents and 1,050 bags of rice as well as made ready a boat to
depart from Yangon with relief supplies.
The Myanmar Red Cross (MRCS) has mobilized a stock of 1,500 Disaster Preparedness kits (including
clothing, kitchen sets, tarpaulins, etc.).
UNICEF has mobilized family kits, bleach drums, ORS and tarpaulin sheets.
The UN has mobilized the boats that are available in Northern Rakhine State to respond to the emergency.
UNHCR has compiled information on stocks of NFIs available in Northern Rakhine State (NRS) that could be
mobilized which include tarpaulins, blankets, mosquito nets, kitchen sets in Maungdaw and Buthidaung from
ACF, Care, MRCS and UNHCR
III. Humanitarian Needs and Response
The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective
and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors.
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In the field, the humanitarian agencies will explore the possibility to set up a coordination hub in Kyaukpyu or
a nearby area, if the needs require the establishment of such a mechanism to ensure coordination with the
authorities.
In Yangon, the UN RC/HC will ensure liaison with the Government and the humanitarian community.
OCHA, with the support of all the humanitarian partners involved in the response, will ensure the
dissemination of situation reports.
Funding needs will be assessed in the coming days as the priority is on mobilizing existing supplies to support
the affected populations.
Please contact:
Myanmar: Thierry Delbreuve, Head of Office
delbreuve@un.org, +95 1 544 500 Ext. 801 or +95 (0) 95 11 26 52
Myanmar: Norwin Schafferer, Humanitarian Affairs Officer
Schafferer@un.org, +95 1 544 500 Ext. 808 or +95 (0) 98 61 08 48
New York: Alf Blikberg, Humanitarian Affairs Officer
blikberg@un.org, +1-917-367-0215 Room 06060-A
IV. Coordination
V. Funding
VI. Contact
The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national
and international actors.
The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with
national and international actors.
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