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Upazila Level Disaster Management Plan

Upazila-Gobindogonj, District-Gaibandha

Planning Implemented by
Upazila Disaster Management Committee, Gobindogonj, Gaibandha
Coordinate by

Gano Unnayan Sangstha


July-2014
Overall Assistance by

Comprehensive Disaster Management Program (CDMP 2)


Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

Table of contents

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First Chapter: Introduction of Local Areas


1.1
1.2
1.3

1.4

Background
Basic Objectives of Planning
Introduction of Local Areas
1.3.1
Geographical Location of Upazila
1.3.2
Size/Areas
1.3.3
Population
Short description of infrastructure and non-infrastructure
related information
1.4.1
Infrastructure
1.4.2
Social Assets
1.4.3
Weather and Climate
1.4.4
Others

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Second Chapter : Disaster, Hazards and vulnerability

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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
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2.10
2.11
2.12
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Comprehensive History of Disaster


Hazard of the Upazila
Short description of present and future picture of different types of Hazard
Vulnerability and Capacity
The most common vulnerable areas
Main sectors on Development Planning
Social Map
Hazard & Risk Map
Seasonal Calendar of Hazard
Seasonal calendar of livelihood
Lives & Livelihood related vulnerability
Sector wise Short Description of Hazard & Risk
Climate Change & its Possible Effects

Third Chapter: Disaster Risk Reduction

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Identify the Reason of Risk


Identify the Way of Risk Reduction
Development Planning of NGOs
Disaster Management Action Plan
3.4.1
Before Disaster Preparation
3.4.2
During Disaster
3.4.3
After Disaster
3.4.4
Normal period

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Fourth Chapter: Emergency Response

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Emergency Operation Center


4.1.1
Preparation to Emergency Control Room
Planning during Hazard
4.2.1
Volunteers stand by
4.2.2
Awareness Messages published
4.2.3
Community People withdrawl
4.2.4
Rescue & Primary Health Care
4.2.5
Maintenance of Shelter
4.2.6
Boat stand by
4.2.7
Assessment the lossess of Disaster & Reporting
4.2.8
Coordinate Relief Activities
4.2.9
Collect & resurve dry food & life secure medicine
4.2.10
Treatment of Cattles/Immunization
4.2.11
Organize Reharsal
4.2.12
Guide of Emergency Control Room
4.2.13
Shelter/Secured Places
4.2.14
List & Description of secured places of Upazila
4.2.15
Formation Shelter Management Committee
4.2.16
Necessicity of Shelter Management
4.2.17
Shelter Management Committee
4.2.18
Places use for Shelter
4.2.19
Needs of shelter
4.2.20
Use of Shelter
4.2.21
Maintenance of Shelter
List of Assets of Upazila (those are use during disaster
Financing

Fifth Chapter: Rescue & Rehabilitation Plan

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Evaluation of Lossess
Fast/Advance Recoveries
5.2.1
Administrative re-established
5.2.2
Clean ruins
5.2.3
Community Service Re-start
5.2.4
Emergency Livelihood Assistance

1st Chapter : Introduction of local areas


1.1 Breakdown
Recommended to develop for work plan on Permanent disaster adesabalite reduce risk and contingency planning with
including upazila, pourashava and city coporation level disaster management work. Comprehensive Disaster Management
Program (CDMP) to take very importantly Disaster Management Work Planning. Stability, fruitfull, intensive and resultbased
working system of planning depand on relative working institutions, organization and participation of local community. The
Planning of Disaster Management will be developed for 3 to 5 year. Bangladesh is one of the most disaster vulnerable
country in the world map. More or less most of the districts of this country are disaster affected. Among these districts
Gaibandha district is one of them. Gobindoganj upazila of Gaibandha district is very dister vulnerable area. The main disaster
in this area are (breakdown) river broken, flood, storm, north-western storm (kalboishakhi) sanding in corps field, drought
and cold wave etc. Each of the union of Gobindoganj upazila are affected by different types of disasters in each year and the
community lives and their earning sources are seriously affected by the disasters. Though each year there are different
disasters occure in these areas but we can not see any reflection in district/upazila level work plan. This Disaster
Management work plan developed for Gobindoganj upazila as a part of comprehensive disaster management.

1.2 Basic objectives of the planning :

Creat awareness among the community about disaster risk at family and social level and identify they way of risk
reduction from all kinds of disasters at family, social, union administration, upazila and district administration level.
Develop management implementation and risk reduction through utilization of local resources by developed local
initiatives.
Local level development planning exercise and implement instant rehabilitation management, remove, recover and
demand identify of relief.
Development strategic document for mentioned period and a mentioned area
Develop a comprehensive plan to work for Disaster Management Committee and related sectors like govt.
international and national level NGO, donors etc.
Provide direction to develop planning and implementation for Disaster Management related parthers.
To conscious ownership, effective partnership, and sincere participation to related community disaster
management.

1.3 Introduction of local area :


1.3.1

Gographical location of the upazila :

Short description of the Upazila


The Upazila is under Gaibandha district.

Name of Unions around the Upazila : Palashbari Sadar in the North, Kichok and Dewali in the South, Kochua and
Bonarpara in the East and Ghoraghat City Corporation in the West.

Short description of the rivers, canals, dams, Roads etc.: There are 6 (six) rivers named Katakhali, Alai, Bangali,
Kororoya, Akhira and Noleya.There are 14 (forteen) canals named Bhavrar khal, Vita Shakhil khal, Sonatola khal,
Magharar khal, Bera khal, Krore gasha khal, Jhoulapara khal, Kuripara khal and Nowbhanga khal. The total lengths of
canals are 90 kilometers. 65 (sisty five) kilometers length of 12 dams, total road length 2,174 kilometers, brick build
412 kilometers, haringbod (HBB) road 846 kilometers and raw ground road 916 kilometers.

The Upazila is situated almost 77 kilometers from Division.

1.3.2

Size (Area) :
Earths natural situation like as soil, water, forest, mine etc. The area of this upazila is 460.42 square
kilometers. All of the area of this upazila is plain land. Most of the land areas are loam soil, some of the areas
are sandy and some are etala. The main sources of the water are tube-well. Almost 85% to 90% people uses
tube-well water. There is no forest and mine assets in this area.

Short description of mouza/villages levels of the Upazila :


Name of
Upazila
Gobindogonj

Name of Union
Kamadia

Katabari
Shakhara

Rajahar

Shapmara

Dorbosto

Talukkanupur

Nakai
Horirumpur

Rakhalburuj

Fulbari

Gomanigonj

Kamardaho

Kochashohor

Shibpur
Mohimagonj
Shalmara

Union based Mouzas Name


Bilgon, Baragon, Bechalon, Bihar, Chalita, Changura, Chechar chora, Chelargaon,
Deogaon, Dousila, Enayatpur, Goyessarpur, Hata, Kamdia, Kochmari, Mohishmari,
Manikpur, Pulgari, Raghunathpur, Rashicknagar, Shampur, Thaghura, Tiral, Tulat,
Utabee.
Ashkura, Bera Bishlia, Bera Bujrukh, Betara, Begholia, Bujrukh Bera, Arajee, Ferusha,
Katabari, Fulhar.
Aligon, Aamgon, Argipiyarapur, Ibhangi, Baluya, Banil, Banihara, Batala, Batpara,
Doihara, Doshnal, Deonala, Deochalita, Dighipara, Garil, Jalla, Jankur, Jerai, Kharita,
Khurshan, Shahigonj, Makline, Mollapara, Parill, Pahula, Peyarapur, Rajosh, Rougaon,
Shakhara, Surjogari.
Kukrail, Anandipur, Baneshor, Barotto, Borgaon, Baurgram, Dhanial, Dhuturbari,
Doghoria, Dublagari, Goalkandi, Gopalpur, Jhikrail, Kochua, Naogaon, Noroshinghapur,
Provurampur, Rajahar, Shihipur, Boroipara, Zinaut.
Ponditpur, Chakrahimpur, Dadhya, Khamarpara, Doghoria, Kotalpur, Kouchakrishnopur,
Motherpur, Molla, Modonpur, Norengabad, Pajoypur, Chouhutpur, Rampur, Shapmara,
Sharai, Tarofkamal.
Avirampur, Dorbosto, Durgapur, Hossanpur, Akhira Fotapur, Singgani, Uttar Shinga, Bari
Hossanpur, Shatana Balua, Maria, Mirupara, Chak beharimpur, Noldanga, Gobindopur,
Bogulagari, Bishubari, Shapgachi, Kalikapur, Hatiadoho, Choto Durgapur, Bishwanathpur,
Chatarpara, Taluk Rohimpur, Gondhorbobari, Rohola, Ramnathpur, Goshipur.
Bahadurpur, Bera Maloncha, Chack Shibpur, Chack Shinghodanga, Chondipur, Choto
Jamalpur, Choto Narayanpur, Narichagari, Chiorgram Damudorpur, Damudorpur,
Daobetto Ramnathpur, Debpur, Komol Narayanpur, Kapashia, Mothurapura,
Narayanpur, Nodhapur, Par Sundail, Fulbari, Raghobpur, Shingodanga, Shomspara,
Sundail Tajpur, Talukkanupur, Deliya, Uttar Soyghoria, Uttar Para.
Dhankhunia, Putiya, Purnador, Bilpurnador, Khukshia, Pogail, Kunjanakai, Kumargari,
Dumurgacha, Nakai, Shitolgram.
Kismot Durgapur, Rampura, Bajuniapara, Pakhera, Croregacha, Chackpakhera,
Ramchandropur, Borodoho, Horirampur, Nowbhanga, Dhundia, Sonaidanga
Boikonthopur, Taluk Sonaydanga, Uttar horipur.
Chackmakra, Chandpur, Chandpur Singa, Gobindo nagar, Horinathpur, Bishnupur, Choto
Avirampur, Kazla, Lontola, Madardoho, Noyapara Krishnopur, Polashbari, Pania,
Parsonaidanga, Rakhalburuj, Uttar Dhormopur.
Bamankuri, Boro Roghunathpur, Boro Satail Batail, Boro Shohagi, Baghdaria, Choto
Shatail Batail, Choto Shohagi, Dighdair, Dighali Rulbari, Fota Ullahpur, Hatiyadoho,
Kouyagari, Krishnopur, Khanshapara, Kundarpara, kunjamalancha, Malador, Nachikuchi,
Shakpala, Shampur, Parbotipur.
Parbotipur, Chockcochmohori, Sundorcol, Gujiyapara, Rajakpur, Kondo Khalaspur, Alipur,
Dilalpur, Sreepur, Ghuga, Atiyatala, Jarifpur, Goalpara, Anantopur, Tarofmonu,
Pergoyara, Mirkuchi Modontair, Balubhora, Kuripaika, Cochmodon Barpaika, Krishnopur
Soyghoria, Gumanigonj, Nagervita.
Bokchor, Barna, Barna Chandroshekhor, Kondorpopur, Rasulpur, Masra, Kamardoho,
Barna Akub, Char Parbotipur, Betgara, Mohanagar, Chandpara, Makurai, Digolkandi,
Tardoho, Vaghgopal, Sahadat, Mohabbpur, Syedpur.
Jagannatpur, Dhormopur, Singa, Dhorma, Baghkazi, Arjee Sahapur, Sudar Dhap, Horipur,
Dakkin Sholagari, Kochashohor, Shoktipur, Dharaikandi,, Soyghoria, Ratonpur,
Mukundopur, Papulia, Habibpur, Bagh gorib, Bongram.
Rudronagar, Mohadebpur, Maloncha, Keshobpur, Toroneepara, Boro Khodapur,
Sholagari, Tikri, Parakochua, Sonatola Shakhil, Vita Shakhil, Shibpur, Shibpur Khiribari.
Puntair, Singhidangi, Balua, Bochadoho, Sreepatipur, Bamonhazra, Kumardanga,
Jogodishpur, Gopalpur, Jibonpur, Jerai, Pantabari.
Damgacha, Pocharia, Shakhahati, Nilkonthopur, BuraBure, Barpaika, Ulipur, Shalmara,
Ghuga, Garamara, Niyamotar Baigune, Ujirpara, Hiyatpur, Habiber Baigune, Kishmotar
Baiguni, Kolakata Hamsapur, Mirapara.

1.3.3. Population

Short description of the total population, male, female and families as per union base :
Name of
Unions
Kamdia
Katabari
Shakhahar
Rajahar
Shapmara
Dorbosto
Talukkanupur
Nakai
Horirampur
Rakhalburuj
Fulbari
Gomanigonj
Kamardoho
Kochashohor
Shibpur
Mohimagonj
Shalmara
Total

Men
13,121
16,668
13,107
10,633
9,389
22,218
21,365
19,641
21,933
16,546
11,015
15,283
16,358
17,445
13,618
21,933
13,993
2,74,266

Women
12,995
15,708
13,017
10,689
9,478
22,514
22,410
19,272
20,346
15,607
10,840
14,075
16,606
17,243
13,485
19,829
15,895
2,70,009

Child
(0-15)
6,284
7,769
6,278
5,054
4,651
10,580
10,297
8,980
10,024
7,620
5,201
6,987
7,604
7,980
6,423
9,897
6,820
1,28,449

Old
(60+)
1,573
2,266
1,566
317
773
3,123
3,137
2,256
2,933
2,395
1,621
1,703
1,137
2,081
1,897
2,505
1,794
33,077

Disable
58
142
65
112
92
374
289
336
118
159
89
201
84
166
193
217
196
2,891

Total
Population
26,226
32,376
26,189
21,322
18,867
44,832
43,785
38,913
42,279
32,153
21,855
29,358
32,964
32,688
27,103
41,768
29,888
5,44,235

Family
6,658
7,459
6,767
5,132
4,868
11,920
10,945
7,308
9,040
7,335
5,158
7,999
8,032
8,106
6,397
9,258
6,592
1,28,974

Voter
16,899
18,990
17,538
13,114
13,000
28,725
27,324
19,533
27,533
19,293
13,519
17,759
25318
24,588
17,076
26,926
17,093
3,44,228

Source of Information: Respective Unions Birth, Death registers and Statistical Office.

1.4 Short description of infrastructure and non-infrastructure related information:


1.4.1 Infrastructure
Dams: There are 12 dams in Gobindogonj upazila which length of total 66 kilometers :
Horirumpur Union : There is a 8 kilometers length and 20 feet hight dam at Horirumpur union. It is from Trimohoni ghat to
Borodoho ghat. It is situated in ward No. 6, 7, 8, and 9.
Talukkanupur Union : There is a 5 kilometers length and 7 to 8 feet hight dam at Talukkanupur union. It is from Katakhali to
Boro Narayanpur. It is situated in ward No. 6, 7, 8, and 9. Almost 50% areas are broken of the dam.
Katabari Union : There is a 7 kilometers length and 10 to 12 feet hight dam at Katabari union. It is from Full har dungger dor
to Fakirgonj. It is situated in ward No. 3, 4, and 5.
Rakhalburuj Union : There is a 12 kilometers length and 10 to 12 feet hight dam at Rakhalburuj union. It is from Nayapara
Krishnopur to Nayapara Horinathpur Bishnopukur. It is situated in ward No. 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9.
Fulbari Union : There is a 7 kilometers length and 12 feet hight dam at Fulbari union. It is from Shakpala to Maladhor. It is
situated in ward No. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
Dorobosto Union : There is a 7 kilometers length and 10 feet hight dam at Dorobosto union. It is from Bishonathpur to
Bogulagari. It is situated in ward No. 4, 7, 8, and 9.
Nakai Union : There is a 4 kilometers length and 7 to 8 feet hight dam at Nakai union. It is from Noliya Sluise gate to
Borodoho Madrasha DB road. It is situated in ward No. 6, 7, 8 and 9.
Shibpur Union : There are 2 dams of 6 kilometers length and 7 to 8 feet hight 2 at Shibpur union. One dam is located from
Toronipara to Shibpur and other is from Kocha Shohor to Pachguchi Bazar. It is situated in ward No. 4, 8 and 9.
Gumanigonj Union : There is a 3 kilometers length and 12 feet hight dam at Gumanigonj union. It is from Shapmara Chairman
bari to Kaiyagonj. It is situated in ward No. 5.

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Mohimagonj Union : There is a 4 kilometers length and 12 feet hight dam at Mohimagonj union. It is from Baluya
Rakhalburuj Shimana to Bhangabari ghat. It is situated in ward No. 3.
Shapmara Union : There is a 3 kilometers length and 20 feet hight dam at Shapmara union. It is from Chockrahimpur to
Shahebgonj. It is situated in ward No. 9.

Sluicegate : There are 10 (ten) Sluicegate in Gobindogonj Upazila


Horirumpur Union: There is a Sluice gate at Harirumpur Union. It is situated in the joining point of the Alai River. The
Sluicegate is fully active.
Rakhalburuj Union: There is a Sluice gate at Rakhalburuj Union. It is situated in the joining point of the Katakhali River. The
Sluicegate is affected and do not work properly.
Dorobosto Union: There are 4 (four) Sluicegates at Dorobosto Union named Bishonathpur, Hatiayadoho, Gosaipur and Rahla.
All the Sluicegates are situated on the river of Korotoya. The all Sluicegates are fine and work properly.
Nakai Union: There are 2 (two) Sluicegates at Nakai Union. Those are situated in the joining point of the Korotoya. The all
Sluicegates are fine and work properly.
Kochashohor Union: There is a Sluicegate at Kochashohor Union. It is situated in the joining point of Vatrer canel. The
Sluicegate is fully out of order.
Mohimagonj Union: There is a Sluicegate at Mohimagonj Union. It is situated in the joining point of the river Bangali. The
Sluisegate is fine and work properly.

Bridges: There are 440 Bridges including small and big in Gobindogonj Upazila
Horirumpur Union: There are 25 bridges including small and big in Horirumpur Union. The bridges are situated in
Songkorgonj-2, Trimohoneeghat, Taluk Sonaidanga-2, Chockpakhera-2, Rampura, Bonerpara joining road, Rampura
Jouleepara, Croregacha-2, Pakhera-2, Bajuniyapara, Rampura Mazar, Rampura School, Rampura Possim Para, Nakai-2,
Horipur Purbopara, horirumpur-2, Possim Pogil. The bridges are over the river Alai, Katakhali, Konchidober nala and Pogail
nala.
Talukkanupur Union: There are 35 bridges including small and big in Talukkanupur Union. The bridges are situated in
Chiorgram, Damudorpur-2, Debpur, Soto Jamalpur-2, Chock Singhodanga-2, Fulbari, Nojorer Bhanga-2, Bahadurpur-2,
Kapasia-2, Raghobpur-2, Nodhapur Kaligola-3, Uttar para, Somspara, in front and behind of Babular bari, Nodhapur,
Jamalpur-3, in front of Uttar Soyghoriya school, Sundail mor, Bera Maloncha-2 and Komol Narayanpur-2. They are over the
river of Katakhali and Naleya. Some are bridges are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Katabari Union: There are 60 bridges including small and big in Katabari Union. The bridges are situated in Fulhar Dunggar
Dor-6, Betara Road-5, Boghdoho Road-4, Fakirgonj-4, Pulpara Road-5, 2 Nos. Katabari-4, Kamdia road-6, Fulher Road-4,
Betara-3, Kathalbari-2, 5 No. Katabari Road-4, Boghdoho Belabari Road-6. Bara bashalia-3, Bera Bujruk Road-4. Some bridges
are on the river Korotoya and some are over the marshs (bil). Some are bridges are made in the middle of the road for water
flowing.
Rakhalburuj Union: There are 40 bridges including small and big in Rakhalburuj Union. The bridges are situated in Lontoal
(Gheedanga)-3, Nayapara Krishnopur-2, Chandpur Singa-4, Chandpur-2, Uttar Dhormopur-2, Puiyagari, Lontola-3, Avirampur4, Moynatoli, Dorgapara, Madardoho-4, Gubindonagar-2, Polashbari-2, Bottoly-3, Horinathpur-2 and Rakhalburuj-4. Two
bridges are on the rive Topshiya. Besides these some of the bridges are situated over the marshs (bil) and some are middle of
the road for water flowing.
Fulbari Union: There are 25 bridges including small and big in Fulbari Union. The bridges are situated in Khansapara-2,
Kundarpara-2, Nachikuchi-3, Deghali Fulbari-2, in fron of Fulbari High School, Bamonkuri-2, Boro Sohagee-2, Shampur,
Foteullahpur-2, Sakdoho-2, Kunderpara, Kunja maloncho-3, Bagdoriya and Katakhali. There are some bridges over the
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Dorbosto Union: There are 40 bridges including small and big in Dorbosto union. There are 2 in Avirumpur, Dorbosto-3,
Durgapur, Akhira Fotepur, Sinjanee, Uttar Singa, Bari Hossanpur, Satana Balua-2, Mirupara, Chak birehimpur, Noldanga
Gobindopur-2, Bogulagari-3, Maria, Kalikapur-2, Hatiadoho-2, Choto Durgapur-2, Bishawnathpur-3, Taluk Rahimpur,
Bishubari-3, Rohola, Ramnathpur-2, Choroktola and Gosaipur-3. One briege is situated over the Korotoya River and some are
sitated over the marshs (bil).
Nakai Union: There are 19 bridges including small and big in Nakai union. There are 2 in Dhankhunia, Khokshia, 4 Pogail 4,
Kunjonakai, Kumargari 2, Dumurgacha Nakai 2, Putiya 2, Purnodor 3 and Shitolgram. Two bridges are situated over the
Korotoya River and some are sitated over the marshs (bil).
Shibpur Union: There are 25 bridges including small and big in Shibpur union. There are 3 in Sreemukh, Vita Shakhil-2, 2 in
Shibpur, Rajbari-2, Rudranagor-2, 2 in Chokondair, Puiyagari-2, 2 in Boro Khodapur, 2 in Taroneepara, Choitorbari, Bar Tikree
2 and there are 3 in Taronipara road. Some bridges are situated over Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water
flowing.
Kochashohor Union: There are 10 bridges including small and big in Kochashahor. All the bridges are situated in Kalitola,
Boirage Bazar, Chandpara, Sahapur, Taragona, Fulpara, Dakumara, Dharaikandi, Horipur and Dokkhin Sholagari. Some
bridges are situated over Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water flowing.
Shalmara Union: There are 40 bridges including small and big in Shalmara Union. All the bridges are situated in
Malindohoghat-2, Ujirerpara-2, Shahpara, Habiber Baigune-2, Hiyatpur-2, Banger ghat, Nilkonthopur-3, Khamarer ghat,
Barpaika-3, Buraburi-3, Pocharia-2, Ashadoho Road-3, Jibongari-3, besides the house of Monju Chairman-2, Shakhahati-2,
Hamsapur-2, Kolakata-3, Garamara and Ulipur-2. There is a Bridge over the Bangalee Nadi. Some bridges are situated over
Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water flowing.
Gumanigonj Union: There are 40 bridges including small and big in Gumanigonj. All the bridges are situated in Parbotipur-3,
Sondorkol, Gujia Para-3, Rojakpur, Kanda Kalashpur-2, Alipur, Dilalpur-2, Sreepur-2, Ghuga, Atiyatola-3, Jarifpur, Goalpara,
Anantopur-3, Pargoyara-3, Mirkuchi Modontair-2, Baluvhora, Kuripaika, Cochmodon Barpaika-2, Krishnopur Soyghoria-3,
Gumanigonj-2, Nagervita-2. There are 2 (two) bridges are situated over the Korotoya River. Some bridges are situated over
Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water flowing.
Kamdia Union: There are 14 bridges including small and big in Kamdia union. All the bridges are situated in Kamdia-2, Chalita,
Dhormopur, Chak Manikpur-3, Raghunathpur, Dhouyachila, Haitor-2, Teghora and Boilgram-2. Some bridges are situated
over Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water flowing.
Mohimagonj Union: There are 20 bridges including small and big in Mohimagonj union. All the bridges are situated in
Sreepatipur-3, Gopalpur-2, Puntair-3, Singeedangi-2, Baluya-3, Jogodishpur, Bochadoho-2, Kumardanga-3 and Jerai. Some of
brieges situated over the Bangali River. Some bridges are situated over Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water
flowing.
Kamardoho Union: There are 15 bridges including small and big in Kamardoho union. All the bridges are situated in
Bockchor-2, Rasulpur, Kamardoho-2, Chaprigonj-2, Gouchapara, Chakpara, Masta-2, Betgara, Parbotipur, Barna Akub and
Baghgopal. Some bridges are situated over Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water flowing.
Shapmara Union: There are 11 bridges including small and big in Shapmara union. All the bridges are situated in Panditpur,
Chakrahimpur-2, Dadoya, Khamarpara, Coucha Krishnopur, Kotalpur, Shapmara-2, Tarof Kamal and Dobariya. One bridge is
situated in the Korotoya canal. Some bridges are situated over Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water flowing.
Shakahar Union: There are 10 bridges including small and big in Shakhar union. All the bridges are situated in Banihali
Boiragirbazar Road, Vatpara, Balla pukur, Doshnal, Mollapara, Kamdiya, over the balla canal, Royagaon, Shakhar and Gharill.
Some bridges are situated over Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water flowing.
Rajahar Union: There are 6 bridges including small and big in Rajahar union. All the bridges are situated in Panitola,
Dublagari-2, Dhuturbari, Baurgram and Rajahar. Some bridges are situated over the Gangnai River and Panitola Canal. Some
bridges are situated over Marshs (Bil), some are middle of the road for water flowing.

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Culverts : There are 940 culverts including small and big in Gobindoganj Upazila:
Horirumpur Union: There are 30 culverts including small and big in Horirumpur union. There are 3 culverts in Par Dhundia,
Near the Eidgah mat of Bajuniyapara, 3 culverts in Harirumpur, 2 in Ramchandropur, 2 in near the Nolaya river, 2 in Horipur,
4 in Taluk Sonaidanga, 3 in Trimohoneeghat, 4 in Crorgacha 4 in Nakai and 2 in Chakpakhera. Those are over the Harirumpur
canel, Naleya canel and Horipur canel. Some culverts are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Talukkanupur Union:There are 65 culverts including small and big in Taluk kanupur union. It is situated in Jumar Ghor Nakai
Hat-5, Basudebpur-4, Bera Maloncha-3, Baluapara-3, Chondipur-4, Jamalpurhat-5, Chock Singhodanga-4, Raghobpur-3,
Taleya and Bera Moloncha Road-7, Taleya Majheepara-5, Mothurapur-4, Nodhapur-5, Kapasia-4, Fulbari-4 and Raghobpur-5.
Some culverts are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Katabari Union: There are 80 culverts including small and big in Katabari Union. Hamidpur-7, 3 culverts are situated in front
of house of Yunus, in front of house of Labukhan-3, in front of house of Jahirul-2, in front of house of Hamid-3. Fulhar-8, in
front of house of Shamsul member-3, house of Bakir Bari and house of Abed Ali. Katabari-7, house of Ahammed-2, house of
Latif, Syed Ali-2 and Minajul-3. Other culverters are situated in Polupara-7, Betara-7, Kathalbari-6 and Boghdoho-5. Bera
bishlia-5 and Bera Bujruk-4. Some culverts are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Rakhalburuj Union:There are 36 culverts including small and big in Rakhalburuj Union. The culverts are situated in Kamar
para-4, Gorjanpara, Pania-3, Gobindo Nagar-4, Lantola-3, Rakhal Buruj-5, Chandpur-3, Motherdoho-3, Avirumpur-4,
Polashbari-2, Horinathpur-4. Some culverts are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Fulbari Union: There are 40 culverts including small and big in Fulbari Union. The culverts are situated in Fulbari-5, Dikdair-4,
Maladoho-3, Kunderpara-4, Shakdoho-3, Bamonkuri-4, Boro Satail Batail-5, Boro Shohagi-3, Khansapara-2, Kouyagari-3,
Kunja Maloncha-4. All culverts are good condition and those are not situated over the any river or canals.
Dorobosto Union: There are 90 culverts including small and big in Dorobosto Union. The culverts are situated in Avirumpur-4,
Dorbosta-5, Durgapur-3, Hossanpur, Akhira Fotepur-3, Singjani, Uttar Singa-2, Bari Hossanpur-5, Satana Baluya-5, Maria-5,
Mirupara-4, Chock Berahimpur-4, Naldanga-1, Gobindopur-5, Bogulagari-4, Bishubari-4, Shap gachi-5, Hatiyadoho-4, Choto
Durgapur-4, Bishawnathpur-4, Satarpara-2, Taluk Rahimpur-4, Gondhorbobari-1, Rohola-5, Ramnathpur-3 and Gosaipur-3.
Some culverts are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Nakai Union: There are 6 culverts including small and big in Nakai Union. There culverts are situated in Sitolgram-2, Pogil-2,
Dhankhunia and Purnador-1 and Naleya-1.
Shibpur Union: There are 60 culverts including small and big in Shibpur Union. The culverts are situated in Sholagari-5,
Taroneepara-4, in front of Taper house-2, Malencha Kamarer Hat-5, Chokendarhar-6, Rudronagar Kumargari-6, Shibpur-5,
Shibpur ward No. 8 8, Sonatola Shakil-4, Vita Shakil-4, Sreemukh-3, Para Kochua-4 and Keshobpur-4. Some culverts are
made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Kochashohor Union: There are 52 culverts including small and big in Kocha Shohor Union. The culverts are situated in
Jagonnathpur-4, Dhormopur-5, Bhag Kazi-3, Arjee Sahapur-5, Sahapur-2, Suder Dhap-3, Horipur-4, Dokhin Sholagari-4, Kocha
Shohor-5, Shaktipur-2, Dharaikandi-2, Soyghoriya, Mukundopur-3, Papuliya-2, Habibpur-3, Bhag Gorib and Bonogram-3.
Some culverts are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Shalmara Union: There are 70 culverts including small and big in Shalmara Union. The culverts are situated in Damgacha-4,
Pochariya-5, Shakhahati-4, Nilkonthopur-1, BuraBure-6, Barpaika-4, Ulipur-2, Shalmara-5, Ghuga Garamara-7, Niyamoter
Baigune-6, Ujirpara-4, Hiyatpur-6, Habiber Baigune-4, Kishmoter Bahgune-3, Kolakata-4, Hamsapur-1 and Mirapara-4.
Gumanigonj Union: There are 85 culverts including small and big in Gomanigonj union. The culverts are situated in Parboti
pur-5, Chak Koch Mohoree-4, Sundor Cole-7, Gujiyapara-7, Rojakpur-3, Kando Khalaspur-3, Alipur-5, Dilalpur, Sreepur-5,
Gugha-3, Atiyatola-3, Jarifpur, Goyal para-4, Anantopur-6, Tarofmonu-1, Pargoyara-7, Mirkuchi Modontair-3, Baluvhora-5,
Kuri paika-3, Cochmodon Barpaika-1, Kirshno Soyghoriya-3, Gumanigonj-4 and Nagervita-1. Some culverts are made in the
middle of the road for water flowing.
Kamdia Union: There are 25 culverts including small and bigh in Kamdiya Union. The culverts are situated in Poiyagari-4,
Boilgram-1, Dighirhat-6, Borogaon-2, Anayetpur-3, Baro Chapor-3, Kholahati-2, Kamdia-3 and Satiyanchura-1. Some culverts
are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.

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Mohimagonj Union: There are 70 culverts including small and big in Mohimagonj Union. The culverts are situated in Puntair8, Singidangi-6, Baluya-5, Bochadoho-5, Sreepatipur-6, Bamonhajra-6, Kumardanga-7, Jagodishpur-6, Gopalpur-5, Jibonpur-5,
Jerai-6 and Pantabari-5. Some culverts are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.
Kamardoho Union: There are 90 culverts including small and big in Kamardoho Union. The culverts are situated in Bokchor-6,
Barna-6, Barna Chandroshekhor-4, Kondorppur-5, Rasulpur-5, Masta-6, Kamardoho-7, Barna Akub-6, Char Parbotipur-5,
Betgara-4, Mohanogor-4, Chandpara-4, Mekurai-6, Digholkandi-7, Tardoho-4, Bagh Gopal-4, Sahadat-1, Mohabbpur-3 and
Syedpur-5.
Shapmara Union: There are 56 culverts including small and big in Shapmara Union. The culverts are situated in Ponditpur-5,
Chakrahimpur-5, Dadhya-1, Khamarpara-4, Dobariya-4, Kotalpur-3, Couchakrishnopur-4, Madarpur-3, Malla-1, Modonpur-5,
Norengabad-4, Pajoypur-5, Chouhutpur-3, Rampur-2, Shapmara-4, Sharai-1 and Tarofkamal-3. Some culverts are made in the
middle of the road for water flowing.
Shakhara Union: There are 70 culverts including small and big in Shakhaher Union. The culverts are situated in Balla-4,
Royagaon-3, Amgaon-3, Arjee Peyarapur-5, Aybhangee-4, Baneehalee-4, Baneehara-3, Dosnal-3, Deownai-3, Deochalita-3,
Dighipara-4, Gharil-4, Jalta-1, Jankhur-1, Jerai-3, Kharita-3, Khurshan-1, Makline-2, Mollapara-3, Pairol-1, Pehula-1,
Piyarapur-1, Rajosh-1, Royagaon-4, Shakhahar-5.
Rajahar Union: There are 15 culverts including small and big in Rajaher Union. The culverts are situated in Boyurgram, Danial,
Duturbari, Dogaria, Dublagari, Goyalkandi, Gopalpur, Jekrial, Kachua, Noyoga, Narshinghapur, Provurampur, Rajahar, Kukrial,
Anindapur & Banashwor.Panitola canal and some culverts are made in the middle of the road for water flowing.

Road : There are 2,397 kilometers roads including brickbuild, raw ground road and herringbord (HBB)
road in Gobindogonj Upazila. Total brick build road is 412 kilometers, raw ground road 1,139 kilometers
and herringbord (HBB) 846 kilometers.
Horirumpur Union: There are 308 kilometers roads including brickbuild and raw ground road in Horirumpur Union. The brick
build road is situated from Treemohoneghat to Borodohoghat. The raw ground road is situated from Shongkorgonj to
Treemohonee, Treemohonee to Sonaidanga barrage, Charpakhera to Rampura Possim para, Horirumpur union to Crorgacha,
Horirumpur to Bajuniyapara, Horirumpur union to bank of Naleya River, Horirumpur to Taluk Sonaidanga, Dhundiya to
Horipur, Kishmot Durgapur to Borodoho, Borodoho to Hirirumpur, Sonaidanga Boikonthopur to Nowbhanga, Sonaidanga
Boikonthopur to Horirumpur. The hights of the roads are 8 to 10 feet. Almost 50-55 kilometers road are floodfree.
Talukkanupur Union: There are 110 kilometers roads including brickbuild and raw ground road in Taluk kanu pur Union. The
brick build road is situated from Jamalpur to Bishawroad, Akchollishmile to Basudebpur, Jummer ghat to Sorbosherghat. The
raw ground road is situated is from Jamalpur to Boro Narayanpur, Dhaperhat to Fakirpara, Jamalpur to Fakirpara, Jamalpur
to Chondipur paka rasta, Harajer bari to Sundail, Jamalpur to Borodoho, Mothurapur to Uttar Soyghoriya, Basudebpur
Gucchogram to Bera Maloncha Eidgah to Taleya, Bera Maloncha Eidgah math to Fulbari, Bishawroad Joradighee to Debpur
throug Damudorpur, Damudorpur to Talukkanupur to Jamalpur hat, Abdul Kaqerar brickfield to Fulbari through Bahadurpur,
Raghobpur to Talukkanupur, Chakshibpur Bishawroad to Bakirbari, Shomspara Bishowroad to house of Quader Member,
Bishawroad to Chandipur Club, Jamalpur to Shalmara through Komol Narayanpur through Mothurapur School, Basudebpur
College to Bera Maloncha Eidgah, Raghobpur to Talubkanupur and Taluk Kanupur UP to Thakurbari. The roads are 7 to 8 feet
hight. Almost 15 Kilometers road are floodfree.
Katabari Union: There are 74 kilometers roads including brickbuild and raw ground road in Katabari Union. The brick build
road is 14 kilometers and raw ground road is 62 kilometers. The brick build road is situated from Kolonee to Ghoraghat and
raw ground road situated from Ashkura to house of Johirul, Kathalbari to Baghda bazaar, Katabari to Baghda bazaar, Bujruk
Bera Arajee to Bogdoho, Fulhar to house of Abed Ali, Boghdoho to Baghda bazaar, Bisholia to Kolonee. The roads are 7 to 8
feet hight and almost 30 kilometers road are floodfree.
Rakhalburuj Union: There are 113 kilometers roads including brickbuild and raw ground road in Rakhalburuj Union. The brick
build road is situated from Shimultoli to Shakdoho, Kazla Chowdhury bari to Fulbari Kunder para, Dorgapara to house of
Khobir Akhand, Chandpursinga to Gobindonogor. The raw ground road is situated from Kazla Chowdhury bari to Mater
bazaar, Purermath to Abda barrage, Noyapara to Noyabazar, Kunderpara to Maladhor, Abda barrage to house of Toha,
Gheedang mor to Gobindonogor, Chandpur to Kirshnopur, Materbazar to Dorgapara, Kamarpara to Aabda barrage,
Munshirhat college to Chak Makra, House of Goni Member to house of Alam Military. The roads are average 8 to 10 feet
hight and 50-55 kilometers roads are floodfree.

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Fulbari Union: There are 170 kilometers roads including brickbuild and raw ground road in Fulbari Union. The brick build road
is situated from Baghdoriya to Mohadebpur, Baghdoriya to College gate. The raw ground road is situated from Fulbari to
Boro Sohagee, Futanee Bazar to Bishawroad, Boro Satail Batail to Futanee Bazar, Fatullapur to Fulbari, Choto Shohagee to
Dikdair, Hatiyadoho to Pourashava, Kunja Maloncha to Futane Bazar, Kundarpara to Satail Batial and Nachikuchi to Shakpala.
Those roads are in between 8 to 10 feet high.
Dorobosto Union: There are 98 kilometers roads including brickbuild and raw ground road in Dorobosto Union. The brick
build road is situated from Kalitola to Bogulagari, Baluyahat to Bishubari, raw ground road is situated from Baluahat to
Dorobosta, Kalitola to Maria, Dorobosto to Hatiyadoho, Bishawnathpur to Dorobosto, Gosaipur to Baluahat, Mirupara to
Noldanga, Kalitola to Dorobosto, Dorobosto to Bishawroad, Bishawroad to Baluahat, Choto Durgapur to Sinjanee. The hight
of those of the roads are in between 8 to 10 feet.
Nakai Union: There are 85 kilometers roads including brickbuild and raw ground road in Nakai Union. The brick build road is
situated from Nakai to Borodohoghat, Simultolee to Borodohoghat and Simultolee to Nakaihat College, the raw ground road
is situated from Nakai to Dhankhuniya, Putiya to Nakai, Purnodor to Sitolgram, Sitolgram to Nakaihat college, Dumurgas to
Nakaihat college and Pogail to Kunjanakai.
Shibpur Union: There are 85 kilometers road including brick build road 10 kilometers and raw ground road 75 kilometers in
Shibpur Union. The brick build road is situated from Sreemukh Rickshaw stand to Para Kochuya through Shibpur union,
Sreemukh Rickshaw stand to house of Chairman, Mohadebpur house of Nuru Member to Pachguchi Bazar and Kochashohor
to Teparjan. The raw ground road is situated from Maloncha Pacca to 12 degree Hindupara through Charmatha road,
Maloncha school to Mohadebpur through Toroneepara through Shibpur, Maloncha Kamarer hat to Chokendahar,
Mohadebpur Kolar Chipa paka to Rakhalburuj boarder, Mohadebpur charmatha Nuntola to Chalita Tola, Sorder hat High
School to Sakill road, Shibpur to Rakhalburuj boarder, Shibpur pacca road to Shibpur Eidgah, Sholagari brick field to Khiribiri,
Para Kochuya breeze to Toroneepara, Choitarbari pacca to Keshobpur and Sholagari to Keshobpur.
Kochashohor Union: There are 252 kilometers road including brick build and raw ground road in Kochashohor Union. The
brick build road is situated from Chadpara to Kochashohor, Chadpara to Dharaikandi, Sholagari to Taragona, Suderdhap to
Dakumara and Ratonpur to Noyarhat. The raw ground road is situated from Jogonnathpur to boiragirhat, Dhormopur to
Kochashohor, Mukundopur to Sholagari, Kochashohor to Suderdhap, Singa to Kochashohor, Arjee Sahapur to Kochashohor,
Solaghari to Kochashohor, Vaghgorib to Bonogram and Kochashohor Dharaikandi. Those roads are in between 5 to 7 feet
hight.
Shalmara Union: There are 104 kilometers roads including brick build and raw ground in Shalmara Union. The brick build
roads are situated from Sonatola to Mohimagonj, Shakhahati to Shalmara, Shalmara to Bangerghat and Railgate Boriyar hat
to Buraburi. The raw round roads are situated from Shalmara to Banger ghat, Nilkonthopur to Shalmara, Buraburi to
Shalmara, Shalmara to Hamsapur, Bangerghat to Shakhahati, Jibongari to Shalmara and Malindoho ghat to Buraburi. The
hight of those roads are in between 6 to 7 feet.
Gumanigonj Union: There are 147 kilometers roads including brick build and raw ground in Gumanigonj Union. The brick
build roads are situated from Anantopur to Jarifpur, Anantapur to Pargoyara, Pargoyara to Ghuga Kalitola. The raw ground
roads are situated from Gumanigonj to Firushaghat, Sreepur to Gumanigonj, Pargoyara to Alipur, Alipur to Gumanigonj,
Nagervita to Dilalpur, Atiyatola to Gumanigonj, Anantapur to Krishnopur Soyghoria and Kalashpur to Mirkuchi Modontair.
The roads are 5 to 6 feet high.
Kamdia Union: There are 255 kilometers road including brick build and raw ground in Kamdiya Union. The brick build roads
are situated from Kamdiya to Chiorgaon, Chiorgaon to Raghunathpur, Pouyagari to Hightor, Hightor to Kamdiaya, Shampur
to Kamdiya, Rashiknagar to Rashiknagar and Rashiknagar to Kamdiya. The raw ground roads are situated from Borogaon to
Dhormopur, Shampur to Anayetpur, Rashiknagar to Kamdiya, Kamdiya to Manikpur, Raghunathpur to Satiyanchura,
Satiyanchura to Kamdiya, Kholahati to Terail, Kochmaree to Boilgram and Pouyagari to Chiyorgaon through Kamdiya. Those
roads are in between 7 to 8 feet high.
Mohimagonj Union: There are 125 kilometers roads including brick build and raw ground in Mohimagonj Union. The brick
burild roads are situated from Mohimagonj to Kochashohor, Mohimagonj to Kochuya, Kumardanga to Baluya. The raw
ground roads are situated from Puntair to Jibonpur, Jibonpur to Jerai, Mohimagonj to Jerai, Sreepatipur to Mohimagonj,
Jagodishpur to Mohimagonj, Pantabari to Bamonhajra through Mohimagonj, Singidangi to Muntail. Those roads are in
between 8 to 10 feet high.

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Kamardoho Union: There are 170 kilometers roads including Brick build and raw ground in Kamardoho Union. The brick build
road is situated from Bokchor to Kamardoho, Betgara to Rasulpur and Makurai to Kamardoho. The raw ground roads are
situated from Chaar Parbotipur to Burna Akub, Bokchor to Kamardoho, Rasulpur to Kamardoho, Betgara to Kondorppur,
Digholkandi to Kamardoho, Kamardoho to Tardoho, Mohanogor to Vaghgopal through Syedpur, Masta to Makurai, Makurai
to Barna Chandrashekhor and Chandpara to Kamardoho. The all of the roads are 8 to 10 feet high.
Shapmara Union: There are 150 kilometers roads including brick build and raw ground in Shapmara Union. The brick build
roads are situated from Panditpur to Shapmara, Shapmara to Matherpur, Rampur to Tarafkamal. The raw ground roads are
situated from Tarafkamal to Modonpur, Modonpur to Dohariya, Norengabad to Ponditpur, Shapmara union to Kotalpur,
Shapmara to Chakrahimpur, Chakrahimpur to Rampur, Narengabad to Chakrahimpur, Khamarpara to Shapmara, Molla to
Rampur and Chouhutpur to Shampara. The all of the roads are 8 to 10 feet high.
Shakahar Union: There are 142 kilometers roads including brick build and raw ground in Shakhahar Union. The brick build
roads are situated from Jankhur to Dighipara, Dosonal to Shakahar, Shakahar to Deochalita. The raw ground roads are
situated from Balla to Aamgaon, Banihara to Deonai, Deonai to Pairol, Mollapara to Shakahar, Shakahar to Gharill, Piyarapur
to Royagaon, Surjogari to Shakahar, Banihara to Rajosh, Aybhangee to Kharita and Deochalita to Khurshan. The all of the
roads are 8 to 10 feet high.
Rajahar Union: There are 107 kilometers roads including brick build and raw ground in Rajahat Union. The brick build roads
are situated from Panitola to Baurgram, Rajahat to Banesshor and Kochua to Doghoriya. The raw ground roads are situated
from Dublagari to Jenout, Gopalpur to Banesshor, Doghoria to Kukrail, Rajahar to Norsinghopur, Rajahar to Provurampur,
Gopalpur to Rajahar, Goalkandi to Sihipur and Banesshor to Rajahar. The all of the roads are 8 to 10 feet high.

Irregation Facilities: There are 194 Deep Tubewell and 5,585 Shallow Machines in Gobindogonj Upazila. The water of
these Deep Tubewells and Shallow Machines has been used for irrigation. Besides these water uses for of IRRI paddy, wheat,
potato and Bhutta field irrigation and also use its water for drinking, cooking and bathing. Deep tubewell and shallow
machines are use in summer season for irrigation. Some are shallow machines are establish in the bank of the river and take
the water from the river for irrigation. The water of those Deep Tubewells and Shallow Machines also use for cloths washing.

Hat Bazzar : There are 64 Bazzars including small and big in Gobindogonj Upazila. Among these 22
Bazzars sits Hat and 42 Bazzars are not sitting Hats.
Horirumpur Union: There are 8 Hats/Bazzars in Horirumpur Union. Those are Croregacha Shibar Bazzar, Natun Bazar,
Tatultoli Bazzar, Jadur Bazzar, Songkorgonj Bazar, Hazir Bazar, Borodoho Bazar, Croregach Burir Vita Bazzar. Some days of the
week sitting hats and rest of all days of the week sitting Bazzar. The all Bazzars are not belongs to Government Lease. So
there are no sitting Hats. There are 130 Shops in Croregacha Shibar Bazar, 110 shops in Natun Bazar, 90 shops in Tatultoli
Bazzar, 80 shops in Jadur Bazzar, 100 shops in Songkorgonj Bazzar, 60 shops in Hazir Bazzar, 100 shops in Borodoho Bazzar,
and 80 shops in Croregach Burir Vita Bazar.
Talukkanupur Union: There are 8 (eight) Hat Bazzars in Taluk Kanupur Union. Those are Taluk Kanupur Bazar, Zamalpur
Bazzar, Basudebpur Bazzar, mothurapur Bazzar, Debpur Bazzar, Bahadurpur Bazzar, Damudorpur Bazzar and Katakhali
Baluya Bazzar. Except Katakhali Bazzar no sitting Hats but sitting bazzars all days in the week. Because all of the Bazzars are
not belongs to Government Lease except Katakhali Baluya Bazzar. There are 210 shops in Taluk Kanupur Bazzar, 100 shops in
Zamalpur Bazzar, 200 shops in Bashudebpur Bazzar, 60 shops in Mothurapur Bazzar, 40 shops in Debpur Bazzar, 30 shops in
Bahadurpur Bazzar, 20 shops in Damudorpur Bazzar and 220 shops in Katakhali Baluya Bazzar. Katakhali Baluya Bazzar is
sitting hats on Monday and Friday and 2 Samittee in Katakhali Baluya Bazzar and 2 Samittee in Taluk Kanupur Bazzar. Rest of
the Bazzars has no any Samittee.
Katabari Union: There are 2 (two) Hat Bazzars in Katabari Union. Those are Baghda Bazzar and Kathakhali Bazzar. Baghda
Bazzar sitting hats on Saturday and Tuesday but Katakhali Bazzar is not belongs to Government Lease so there is no sitting
Hat but everyday sitting Bazzars. There are 250 shops in Baghda Bazzar, 240 shops in Kathakhali Bazzar, 3 Samittees in
Baghda Bazzar and 2 Samittees in Katabari Bazzar.
Rakhalburuj Union: There are 7 Hats and Bazzars in Rakhalburuj Union. Those are Dhormopur Bazzar, Fokirpara Bazzar,
Amtoli Bazzar, Horinathpur Bazzar, Chandpur Singa Bazzar, Gheedanga Bazzar and Pirpoll Bazzar. Do not sit Hats but
everyday sits Bazzars. All Bazzars are not belongs to Government Lease. There are 250 shops in Dhormopur Bazzar, 40 shops

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in Fakirpara Bazzar, 180 shops in Amtoli Bazzar, 80 shops in Horinathpur Bazzar, 40 shops in Chandpur Singa Bazzar, 200
shops in Gheedanga Bazzar and 30 shops in Pirpall Bazzar.
Fulbari Union: There is a Bazzar in Fulbari Union. The name of the Bazzar is Futani Bazzar. Do not sit Hat but everday sits
Bazzars. The Bazzar is not belongs to Government Lease. So do not sit Hat in this bazzar. There are 80 shops in Futani Bazzar.
Dorobosto Union: There are 6 Hats and Bazzars in Dorbosto Union. Those are Komorpur Bazzar, Baluyahat Bazzar, Charaktola
Bazzar, Kalitola Bazzar, Horitolla Bazzar, Poradoho Bazzar. Hat sits in Saturday and Wednesday in Komorpur Bazzar, Tuesday
and Friday in Baluyahat Bazzar and Mongo Bazzar. Rest of the Bazzars does not sit Hat but everyday sit Bazzar. Komorpur
Bazzar and Baluyahat Bazzar are belongs to Government Lease so there sit Hats and rest of the Bazzars are not belongs to
Government Lease so there are no sits Hats. There are 342 shops in Komorpur Bazzar, 450 shops in Baluyahat Bazzar, 70
shops in Charaktola Bazzar, 60 shops in Kalitola Bazzar, 45 shops in Horitola Bazzar and 25 shops in Poradoho Bazzar.
Nakai Union: There are 4 (four) Hat Bazzars in Nakai Union. Those are Simultoli Bazzar, Natun Bazzar, Nakaihat Bazzar and
Rother Bazzar. Nakaihat Bazzar sits Hat on Saturday and Tuesday and rest of the Bazzar every sits Bazzar. Nakaihat Bazzar
belongs to Government Lease so in this Bazzar sits Hat everyday. Rest of the Bazzar are not belongs to Government Lease so
there does not sits Hat. There are 32 shops in Simultali Bazzar, 70 shops in Natun Bazar, 325 shops in Nakaihat Bazar and 100
shops in Rother Bazzar.
Shibpur Union: There are 4 Hats and Bazzars in Shibpur Union. Those are Sarderhat Bazzar, Pachgachi Bazzar, Kamarerhat
Bazzar and Sreemukh Bazzar. Sarderhat Bazzar sits Hats on Friday and Monday and Kamarerhat Bazzar sits Hats on Saturday
and Tuesday. There are no sits Hats in Pachgachi Bazzar and Sreemukh Bazzar because those bazzars are not belongs to
Government Lease but Bazzars sits everyday of the week. There are 145 shops in Sarderhat Bazzar, 80 shops in Pachgachi
Bazzar, 140 shops in Kamarerhat Bazzar and 55 shops in Sreemukh Bazzar.
Kochashohor Union: There are 6 Hats and Bazzars in Kochashohor Union. Those are Kochashohor Bazzar, Chandpara Bazzar,
Boiragee Bazzar, Bunatola Bazzar, Dunggar more Bazzar and Noyarhat Bazzar. There is no sit Hats in Dunggarmore Bazzar but
everyday sits Bazzar because this Bazzar is not belongs to Government Lease. Kochashohor Bazzar sits Hats on Sunday and
Wednesday, Chandpara Bazzar sits Hats on Monday and Friday, Boiragee Bazzar sits Hats on Saturday and Tuesday, Bunatola
Bazzar sits Hats on Saturday and Tuesday and Noyarhat Bazzar sits Hats on Saturday and Tuesday. Except Dunggarmore
Bazzar rest of the all Bazzars are belongs to Government Lease. There are 365 shops in Kochashohor Bazzar, 220 shops in
Chandpara Bazzar, 250 shops in Boragee Bazzar, 200 shops in Bunatol Bazzar and 180 shops in Noyarhat Bazzar.
Shalmara Union: There are 2 Hats and Bazzars in Shalmara Union. Those are Shalmara Bazzar and Buraburee Bazzar. There is
no sits Hat in Buraburee Bazzar but bazzars sits everyday because this bazzar is not belongs to Government Lease. There are
sits Hats on Monday and Thursday in Shalmara Bazzar because those bazzars are belongs to Government Lease. There are
150 shops in Shalmara Bazzar and 45 shops in Buraburee Bazzar.
Gumanigonj Union: There are 6 Hats and Bazzars in Gumanigonj Union. Those are Fulpukuria Bazzar, Pargoyara Bazzar,
Jarifpur Bazzar, Nengra Bazzar, Kalitola Bazzar and Kaiyagonj Bazzar. There is no sits Hats except Fulpukuriya Bazzar but
bazzar sits everyday. Those Bazzars are not belongs to Government Lease. So that, there are no sittings Hat. In Fulpukuriya
sits Hats on Sunday and Wednesday. There are 215 shops in Fulpukuriya Bazzar, 47 shops in Pargoyara Bazzar, 25 shops in
Jarifpur Bazzar, 20 shops in Neranga Bazzar, 18 shops in Kalitola Bazzar, and 45 shops in Kaiyagonj Bazzar.
Kamdia Union: There are 2 Hats and Bazzars in Kamdiya Union. Those are Kamdiya Bazzar and Digheerhat Hazzar. There are
sits Hats on Sunday and Thursday in Kamdiya Bazzar and Saturday and Tuesday sits Hats in Digheerhat Bazzar. There are
1200 shops in Kamdiya Bazzar and 500 shops in Digheerhat Bazzar.
Mohimagonj Union: There is a Hat/Bazzar in Mohimagonj Union named Mohimagonj Bazzar. There is sitting Hat on Saturday
and Tuesday in Mohimagonj Bazzar. This Bazzar is belongs to Government Lease. There are 220 shops in Mohimagonj Bazzar.
Kamardoho Union: There is a Hat/Bazzar in Kamardoho Union. This is called Kamardoho Bazzar. There sits Hats on Sunday in
Kamardoho Bazzar. This Bazzar is belongs to Government Lease. So there is sitting Hat. There are 1200 shops in Kamardoho
Bazzar.
Shapmara Union: There are 2 Hats and Bazzars in Shapmara Union. Those are Shapmara Bazzar and Sahebgonj Bazzar. There
are sitting Hats on Monday and Friday in Shapmara Bazzar and Saturday and Tuesday sits Bazzar in Shahebgonj Bazzar. Those
Bazzars are belongs to Government Lease. There are 1200 shops in Shapmara Bazzar and 350 Bazzars in Shahebgonj Bazzar.

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Shakhahar Union: There is a Hat/Bazzar in Shakhara Union named Shakhara Bazzar. There are no Hats in Shakhahar Bazzar
but sitting Bazzars everyday. This Bazzar is not belongs to Government Lease. So there there is sitting Hat. There are 80 shops
in Shakhahar Bazzar.
Rajahar Union: There are 3 Hats and Bazzar in Rajahar Union. Those are Rajahar Bazzar, Kochua Bazzar and Banessor Bazzar.
There are sitting hats in Rajahar Bazzar on Monday and Friday and on Saturday and Tuesday sitting hats in Banessor Bazzar.
Those Bazzars are belongs to Government Lease So that there are sitting Hats. There are 200 shops in Rajahar Bazzar and 150
shops in Banessor Bazzar.

1.4.2 Social Assets:


Houses : There are brick build, semi brick build, tin, mud and Soner houses in Gobindogonj Upazila. The houses are made
with Brick, wood-tin, Mud and Son etc. There are 2,48,876 houses in Gobindogonj Upazila. Among them 51,449 houses are
brick build and 1,97,381 mud/sone/tin-wood build.
Water : The main sources of the drinking water are Tube-well, Tara-pump and dig-well. Among them there are 93,055 Tubewells, 45 Tara-pumps and 04 are dig-well. 90,545 water sources are good condition and 2,559 water sources are out of order.
35,500 to 36,000 Tube-wells are useable during flood. 10-12 thousands Tube-wells are useable during serious flood. Almost
90% people using Tube-well water.
Sanitation Facilities : There are 66,020 sanitary latrines in Gobindogonj Upazila. Among them 20,500-21,000 sanitary latrines
are useable during flood. Only 9-10 thousands sanitary latrines are useable during serious flood. Almost 65% people using
sanitary latrines in this Upazila.

Educational Institutions/Library:
Short description of Government, non-government primary schools, high schools, madrashas, colleges and libraries of
Gobindogonj Upazila.
In each union of Gobindogonj upazila has Government, registered primary schools, non-government schools and high
schools. Some unions have also colleges, madrashas and libraries. List and details of govt. primary schools, registered
primary schools, non-government high school, colleges, madrashas and libraries are attached.

Religious Institutions : There are 990 Mosques, 105 Temples and 07 Churses in Gobindogonj Upazila.
Horirumpur Union: There are 60 Mosques in Horirumpur Union. There are 4 in Rampura, Durgapur, Kisamot Durgapur 3, 3 in
Horipur, 3 in Bajuniyapara, Pakhera-4, Baluyapara-2, 5 in Borodoho, 2 in Kutipara, Berervita-3, Nowvanga 4, Crorgacha 5,
Dhundia 3, Sonaidanga Boikhontopur 3, Uttar Horipur 2, Horirumpur 4, Chak Pakhera 3, Matiyagora, Mondolpara-2,
Andariya-3. There are 14 temples in Horirumpur union. Those are Thakurbari, Shibarbazzar, Bajuniyapara 3, Gunerbari,
House of Rambabu Master, House of Sochin Sarker, Borodoho Bazzar, Tatultole Bazzar, Bureer Vita 2 and Rampura. There
are 5 times prayer occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those
mosques. The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Talukkanupur Union: There are 90 mosques in Talukkanupur union. Those are 4 in Bera Maloncha, 3 in Choto Narayanpur, 4
in Narichagari, 4 in Fulbari, 4 in Taleya, 4 in Bahadurpur, 3 in Mothurapur, 3 in Chiorgram Damudorpur, 3 in Debpur, 5 in
Singhodanga, 5 in Damudorpur, 4 in Kapasia, 4 in Choto Zamalpur, 4 in Chak Singodanga, 5 in Talukkanupur, 4in Raghobpur, 3
in Lodapur, 6 in Chondipur, 6 in Smospur, 3 in Tajpur, 5 in Sundail, 3 in Debottor Shalmara and 3 in Chak Shibpur. There are
10 temples in Talukkanupur Union. Those are Lodapur Kalitola, Talukkanupur, Mothurapur, Damudorpur Hindubari, Fulbari,
Sahapara, Katakhali, Chiorgram Damudorpur, Basudebpur Bazzar and Singodanga. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those
mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in
the temple.
Katabari Union: There are 45 mosques in Katabari Union. Those are situated in Hamidpur 3, Malekabad 3, Bogurapara 2,
Purbo Nasirabad 3, Bagdapara 5, Bishlia 4, Uttar Ashkur, Katabari 5, Bogdoho colony 3, Betara 4, Polupara 4, Fulhar 5 and
Kathalbari 3. There are 5 temples in Katabari Union. Those are situated in Fulhar, Kathalbari, Baropara, Malpara and
Kusrapara. There are 2 charces in Katabari Union. Those are situated in Adompur and Mission. There are 5 times prayer
occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The
Hindues are pray in the temple.

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Rakhalburuj Union: There are 51 mosques in Rakhalburuj Union. Those are situated in Kazla 3, Dhormopur 3, Uttar
Dhormopur 3, Jagannathpur 3, Krishnopur 1, Noyapara Krishnopur 1, Avirumpur 3, Lontola 2, Sotho Avirumpur 2, Munshirhat
1, Palashbari 2, Matherdoho 3, Pirpol 3, Shakhil 2, Chakmakra 4, Dorgapara 3, Rakhalburuj 4, Shimultoli 1, Horinathpur 3,
Noyapara 2 and Pania 2. There are 8 temples in Rakhalburuj Union. Those are situated in Jugipara, Howladerpara,
Kamarpara, Pochariya, Majhipara, Geedanga, Palashbari and Purbolontola 2. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those
mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in
the temple.
Fulbari Union: There are 38 mosques in Fulbari Union. Those are situated in Boro Sohagee 2, Soto Sohagee 2, Raghunathpur
2, Pargunathpur 1, Fodilapur 2, Kunderpara 2, Uttar Fulbari 2, Dakhin Fulbari 1, Malador 3, Shakpala 2, Hatiyadoho 1, Futani
Bazzar 2, Dikdair 2, Satail Batail 2, Bamonkuri 1, Deghalee Fulbari 1, Foteullahpur 3, Baghbaria 2, Kouyagari 3, Kunda
Maloncha 1 and Nachikuchi 1. There are 3 temples. Those are situated in Shakpara, Fozilapur and Koipara. There are 5 times
prayer occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques.
The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Dorbosto Union: There are 95 mosques in Dorbosto Union. Those are situated in Avirumpur 4, Dorbosto 7, Durgapur 5,
Hossainpur 4, Akhira Fotepur 4, Singanee 3, Uttar singa 3, Satana Baluya 5, Mariya 4, Mirupara 4, Chak Berahimpur 4,
Noldanga 3, Gobindopur 3, Bogulagari 5, Bishubari 4, Shapgachi Kalikapur 3, Shapgachi 3, Hatiyadoho 4, Soto Durgapur 4,
Bishawnathpur 3, Taluk Rahimpur4, gondhorbobari 1, Rohola 3, Ramnathpur 4 and Gosaipur 4. There are 6 temples in
Dorbosto Union. Those are situated in Avirumpur, Durgapur Kalitola, Bogulagari, Bishubari, Satarpara and Bishawnathpur.
There are 5 times prayer occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in
those mosques. The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Nakai Union: There are 60 mosques in Nakai Union. Those are situated in Pogail 6, Nakai 5, Baluyapara 4, Noyapara 4,
Nakaihat 6, Patoya 6, Khamarpara 5, Rother Bazzar 6, Purandoho 4, Tugnepara 4, Megharchor 5 and Bogulagari 6. There are
5 temples in Nakai Union. Those temples are situated in Nakaihat, Patoya, Khamarpara, Rother Bazzar and Purandor. There
are 5 times prayer occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those
mosques. The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Shibpur Union: There are 54 mosques in Shibpur Union. Those mosques are situated in Sreemukha 4, Keshobpur 4,
Parakochuya5, Vita Shakhil 4, Sonatola 3, Shibpur 8 No. 4, Shibpur 9 No. 4, Rudnonagar 3, Mohadepub 3, Maloncha 6, Boro
Khodapur 3, Toroneepara 5, Uttar Sholagari 4 and Bar Tikree 2. There are 3 temples in Shibpur Union. Those are situated in
Bar tikree, Sorderhat and Shibpur. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and
Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Kochashohor Union: There are 58 mosques in Kochashohor Union. Those are situated in Shoktipur-4, Dharaikandi-4,
Soyghoriya-3, Ratonpur-4, Mukundopur-3, Papuliya-2, Habibpur-3, Vaghgorib-4, Bonogram-4, Jagonnathpur-3, Dhormopur-4,
Singa, Dhorma-3, Vaghkazi, Sahapur-4, Suderdhap-2, Horipur, Dokhin Sholagari-3, Kochashohor-4 and Pepliya. There are 2
temples are in Kochashohor Union. Those are situated in Mukondopur and Pepliya. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those
mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in
the temple.
Shalmara Union: There are 65 mosques in Shalmara Union. Those mosques are situated in Damgacha 4, Pochariya 4,
Shakhahati 3, Nilkonthopur 3, Buraburi 5, Barpaika 4, Ulipur 4, Shalmara 5, Ghuga Garamara 4, Niyamoter Baigunee 4,
Ujirpara 4, Hiyatpur 3, Habiber Baigune 5, Kishmoter Baighune 4, Kolakata 3, Hamsapur 3 and Mirapara 3. There are 3
temples in Shalmara Union. Those are situated in Ujererpara, Garamara and Nownapara. There are 5 times prayer occurs in
those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are
pray in the temple.
Gumanigonj Union: There are 61 mosques in Gumanigonj Union. Those mosques are situated in Parbotipur 2,
ChakKochmohoree 2, Sundorcole 2, Gujiyapara 3, Rojakpur 2, Kondo Khalashpur 3, Alipur 3, Dilalpur 3, Sreepur 2, Ghuga 3,
Atiyatola 4, Jarifpur 2, Goyalpara 3, Anantopur 3, Tarofmonu 1, Pargoyara 3, Mirkuchi Modontair 3, Balubhora 3, Kuripaika 3,
Kochmodon Barpaika 3, Krishnopur Soyghoriya 3, Gumanigonj 3 and Nagervita 2. There are 3 temples in Gumanigonj Union.
Those are Nagervita, Sreepur and Gumanigonj and one churse is in Nagervita. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those
mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in
the temple.
Kamdia Union: There are 40 mosques in Kamdia Union. Those are situated in Kamdia-2, Boilgram-2, Borgaon, Satiyachura-3,
Chalita, Shampur-2, Chiorgaon, Dhouyachila, Deowgao-2, Anayetpur-3, Digheerhat-3, Teghora, Borchapor, Hightor,

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Dhormopur-3, Chak Manikpur-3, Kochmaree, Puiyagari-3, Chalita, Rashiknagar, Tirail, Roghunathpur, Goyesshorpur and
Kholahatee. There are 8 temples in Kamdia, Noyapara, Polashottee 2 and Satiyanchura. There are 5 times prayer occurs in
those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are
pray in the temple.
Mohimagonj Union: There are 56 mosques in Mohimagonj Union. Those are situated in Puntair 5, Singeedangee 4, Baluya 5,
Bochadoho 4, Sreepatipur 4, Bamonjazra 6, Kumardanga 5, Jagodishpur 4, Gopalpur 6, Jibonpur 5, Jerai 4 and Pantabari 4.
There are 10 temples in Mohimagonj Union. Those are situated in Jagodishpur-2, Sreepatipur-3, Singeedangee-2,
Kumardang-2 and Mohimagonj. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and
Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Kamardoho Union: There are 67 mosques in Kamardoho Union. Those are situated in Bokchor 4, Amdol 1, Bokshichor 3,
Barna 2, Menkapara 3, Kondorppur, Rasulpur 4, Masta 3, Poschim Masta 2, Dokhin Masta 1, Moddho Masta 2, Kamardoho 3,
Barna Akub 3, Parbotipur 3, Betgara 1, Mohanogor 3, Chandpara 4, Mekurai 1, Digholkanti 4, Tardoho 2, Vaghgopal 1,
Mohabbpur 1, Chapreegonj 1, Ghoramara 2, Noyapara 2, Fashitola 2, Sherpur 2, Mogoltulee 2 and Syedpur 2. There are 7
temples namely Fashitola 2, Borom Shohor, Barna Aakub, Chamorgacha, Chapreegonj and Chandpara. There are 5 times
prayer occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques.
The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Shapmara Union: There are 42 mosques in Shapmara Union. Those are situate4d in Ponditpur 3, Chakrahimpur 4, Dadhoya 1,
Khamarpara 3, Dobariya 3, Kotalpur 3, Kouchakrishnopur 1, Motherpur 3, Molla 2, Modonpur 4, Narengabad 1, Pajoypur 3,
Chouhutpur 1, Rampur 3, Shapmara 3, Sarai 3, Tarofkamal. There are 7 temples in Shapmara Union. Those are situated in
Shapmara-2, Rampur, Sadarpur, Shahebgonj-2 and Chakrahimpur. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those mosques. There
is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Shakahar Union: There are 53 mosques in Shakhahar Union. Those are situated in Royagaon-3, Amgaon, Arjee piyarapur-4,
Ayvhangee-3, Balla, Baneehalee, Baneehara, Doshnal, Deonai-4, Deochalita-3, Digheepara-3, Gharil-3, Jalta, Jankhur-4, Jerai3, Kharita, Khurshan, Makline-2, Mollapara-3, Pirol, Peehula, Piyarapur-3, Rajosh, Shakhahar-3, Shaheegan and Surjogaree.
There are 7 temples namely Rajosh, Banihalee, Birampur, doshnal and Boirageerhat and 3 churches in Malita, Garill and
Mekline. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the
children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in the temple.
Rajahar Union: There are 55 mosques in Rajahar Union. Those are situated in Kukrail-4, Anandipur-4, Baneshor-3, Borotto,
Borogaon-4, Baurgram-4, Dhaniyal-3, Dhuturbari-3, Doghoriya, Dublagaree-3, Goyalkandi-3, Gopalpur-4, Ghikorail, Kochuya3, Naogaon, Norosinghopur, Provurumpur-3, Rajahar-3, Sihipur, Boroipara and Zeenaout-3. There are 4 temples in Rajahar
union. Those are situated in Sotorgram and Provurumpur and one churce in Malita. There are 5 times prayer occurs in those
mosques. There is continuing Jumar prayer and Arabic education for the children in those mosques. The Hindues are pray in
the temple and the Cristians are pray in the churses.

There are 369 Eidgah (where prayer in Eid Jamat) in Gobindogonj Upazila.
Horirumpur Union : There are 23 Eidgah in Horirumpur Union. Those are situated in Sattaker Eidgah, Durgapur-2 Eidgah,
Rampura 3, Chakpakhera-2, Ramchandropur-2, Pikepara-2, Namajkhana Eidgah, Croregacha-2, Taluk Sonaiganga-2,
Pardhundiya, Borodoho-2, Bajuniyapara 1, Horirumpur-2 Eidgah field. There are different religious activities performed in
those Eidgah except prayer of Eid (Eider Jamat). Two of the Eidgah field also will be used as shelter during natural disaster.
Talukkanupur Union : There are 40 Eidgah field in Talukkanupur Union. Those are situated in Bera Maloncha, Narichagaree,
Singodanga-2, Debpur-2, Damudorpur 3, Fulbari-3, Taliya-2, Bahadurpur-2, Kapasia 3, Talukkanupur 3, Raghobpur 2, Chak
Singodanga-2, Lodapur-2, Sundail 2, Somspara 3, Mothurapur 1, Chondipur 4, Uttar Soyghoriya-2 and Tajpur Eidgah field.
Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Katabari Union : There are 35 Eidgah field in Katabari Union. Those are situated in Fulhar 3, Nasirabad 3, Malekabad-2, 5 No.
Katabari-4, Bisholiya 3, Betara 2, Polupara 2, Sodor Colony 2, Kathalbari 2. Askura-3, Bara Basholia-2, Bara Bujruk-3, Fulhar-2
& Farusha-2. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Rakhalburuj Union : There are 38 Eidgah field in Rakhalburuj Union. Those are situated in Kazla-2, Mather Bazzar, Uttar
Dhormopur-2, Chandpur 3, Noyapara, Krishnopur 2, Paniya, Gobindonagor 3, Avirumpur-3, Chakmakra-4, Pirpall 2, Purbo

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Lontola-3, Matherdoho 2, Horinathpur, Kazipara, Rakhalburuj 3, Dhormopur-2, Parsondail-2 and Kamarpara Eidgah. Some
Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Fulbari Union : There are 30 Eidgah field in Fulbari Union. Those are situated in Boro Shohagee-2, Roghunathpur 2, Fulbari 2,
Maladoho, Kundapara-2, Bamonkuri-2, Kaouyagari Krishnopur-2, Kunda Maloncha, Sakpara-2, Baghdoriya-2, Boro Satail
Batail-3, Soto Shohagee-2, Hatiyadoho-2, Khanshapara, Nachikuchi-2 and Kunderpara-2 Eidgah field. Some Eidgah are used
as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Dorbosto Union : There are 45 Eidgah in Dorbosto Union. Those are Satana Baluya-2, Chak Birahimpur-2, Noldanga,
Gobindopur-3, Bogulagari-3, Bishubari-2, Kalikapur-2, Shapgachi, Hatiyadoho-2, Soto Durgapur-2, Bishawnathpur-2,
Satarpara, Taluk Rahimpur-2, Gondhorbbari, Rohola-2, Katakhali Boddobhumi, Ramnathpur, Gosaipur, Avirumpur-3,
Dorbosto-2, Durgapur, Hossainpur-2, Akhira Fotepur-3, Singanee-2, Uttar Singa Eidgah. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood
shelter center during flood.
Nakai Union : There are 20 Eidgah field in Nakai Union. Those are situated in Nakai 4, Pogail 3, Khuksiya, Bilpurandoho-2,
Kunjo Nakai, Kumargari-3, Dumurgacha, Shitolgram-2, Potuya and Dhankhuniya-2 Eidgah. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood
shelter center during flood.
Shibpur Union : There are 11 Eidgah field in Shibpur Union. Those are situated in Sonatola Shakil, Chalitatola, Solagari-2,
Shibpur-2, Rudronagor, Mohadebpur 2, Maloncha and Toronee Paraburan Dighee. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter
center during flood.
Kochashohor Union : There are 10 Eidgah in Kochashohor union. Those are situated in Kochashohor, Alugari, Jagannathpur,
Noyahat, Vaghkazi, Mukundopur, Habibpur, Vaghgorib and Bongram. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during
flood.
Shalmara Union : There are 15 Eidgah in Shalmara Union. Those are situated in Ujererpara, Niayamoter Baigune, Shalmara 2,
Barpaika, Burabure, Jibongaree-2, Pocharia 2, Kishmoter Baigune, Kolakata, Hamsapur, Ghuga Garamara and Ulipur. Some
Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Gumanigonj Union : There are 15 Eidgah in Gumanigonj Union namely Balubhora Eidgah, Kaiyagonj Eidgah. Those are
situated in Anantopur, Jarifpur, Mirkuchi, Pargoyara, Cochmodon, Kuripaika, Nagervita, Krishnopur Soyghoriya, Atitola,
Ghuga, Fulpukuriya and Kalitola. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Kamadia Union : There are 11 Eidgah field in Kamdia Union. Those are situated in Kamdia-3, Anayetpur, Puiyagari, Boilgram,
Teghora, Satiyanchura, Rashiknagar, Kochmaree and Birishiri. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Mohimagonj Union : There are 7 Eidgah field in Mohimagonj Union. Those are Aliya Madrasha Eidgah, Kumardanga Eidgah,
Baluya-2, Puntair, Guliyar, Jibonpur. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Kamardoho Union : There are 21 Eidgah field in Kamardoho union. Those are situated Mogoltule-2, Barna Chandrashekhor,
Bokchor, Ghoramara-2, Rasulpur-2, Poschim Masta, Subvaipara, Masta, Ranir Digheerpar, Birubare, Kaklemath, Noyapara,
Mohanagor, Chapreegonj, Barna Akub, Cheragare and Sherpur-2. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during
flood.
Shapmara Union : There are 23 Eidgah in Shapmara union. Those are situated in Khalashpur-3, Couchakrishnopur-3, Rampur3, Peerpal-4, Shapmara-4, Shahebgonj-4 and Tarofkamal-2. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Shakhahar Union : There are 15 Eidgah in Shakhahar union. Those are situated in Dosonal, Doihara, Aamgaon, Sahorgachi,
Boiragirhat, Aligram, Piyarapur, Kharita, Chanpur, Parill, Aybhangee, Balla pukur, Islampur-2 and Vatpara. Some Eidgah are
used as a Flood shelter center during flood.
Rajahat Union : There are 10 Eidgah in Rajahar union. Those are situated in Baurgram, Akiriya, Rajahar, Bhangamor,
Rangamate, Katnagari, Dhuturbari, Panitola and Gopalpur-2. Some Eidgah are used as a Flood shelter center during flood.

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Health Facilities:
There is an Upazila Health and Family Welfare Center in Gobindogonj Upazila. There are 8 Doctors and
12 Nurses are working in this Upazila Health and Family Welfare Center. There are also 4 NonGovernment Health Centers in this Upazila and there are working 15 doctors and 20 Nurses. There are
63 Community Clinics in this Upazila.
Horirumpur Union: Horirumpur Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Borodoho Bazzar. There are also 3
Community Clinics situated in Rampur and Sonaidanga. There are working one SACMO and one FWV. Health services are
almost good in these community clinics but there is no non-government health center.
Talukkanupur Union: Talukkanupur Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Talukkanupur Bazzar. There are
also 4 Community Clinics and situated in Shamspara and Chondipur. There are working one SACMO and one FWV. Health
services status are almost good in these community clinics but there is no non-government health center.
Katabari Union: Katabari Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Katakhali Bazzar. There are also 3 Community
Clinics and situated in Bisholiya and Ulhar. There are working one SACMO and one FWV. Health services status are almost
good in these community clinics but there is no non-government health center.
Rakhalburuj Union: Rakhalburuj Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Motherdoho Bazzar. There are also 4
Community Clinics situated in Rakhalburuj and Dhormopur. There are working one SACMO and one FWV. Health services
status are almost good in these community clinics but there is no non-government health center.
Fulbari Union: There is no Health and Family Welfare Center in Fulbari but there are 3 Community Clinics situated in
Borosatail Batail and Boro Shohagee. There is working one FWV. Health services status are almost good in these community
clinics but there is no non-government health center.
Dorbosto Union: Dorobosto Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Charoktola Bazzar. There are also 7
Community Clinics situated in Dorobosto, Kalikapur, Gosaipur, Bogulagari and Bishubare. There are two SACMO and one
FWV are working in these community clinics. Health services status are almost good in these community clinics and there is a
non-government health center namely Surjer Hashi. There are working one doctor and three FWVs. Health services status is
almost good.
Nakai Union: Nakai Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Nakaihat Bazzar. There is no other community
clinic or non-government health center in this union. There are working one SACMO and one FWV. Health services status are
almost good.
Shibpur Union: Shibpur Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Borodoho Bazzar. There are also 4 Community
Clinics situated in Rampur and Sonaidanga. There is a SACMO and one FWV are working in these Community Clinics. Health
services status are almost good in these community clinics but there is no non-government health center in this union.
Kochashahor Union: Kochashahor Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Kochashahor Bazzar. There are also
4 Community Clinics situated in Horipur and Mukondopur. There are two SACMO and one FWV are working in these
community clinics. Health services status are almost good in these community clinics and there is one non-government clinic.
There are working two doctors and eight nurses. Health services status is almost good.
Shalmara Union: Shalmara Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Shalmara Bazzar. There is no other
community clinic or non-government health center in this union. There are working one SACMO and one FWV in this Union
Health and Family Welfare Center. Health services status are almost good.
Gumanigonj Union: Gumanigonj Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Fulpukuria. Beside this there is also a
Sub-Health Center in Pargoyara. There are working two SACMOs and one FWV in this Union Health and Family Welfare
Center. Health services status are almost good and there is other 3 non-government Health Centers in this union.
Kamdia Union: Kamdia Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Kamdia Bazzar. There are also 4 Community
Clinics. There are working one SACMO and one FWV in this Union Health and Family Welfare Center. Health services status
are almost good. There is no other community clinic or non-government health center in this union.

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Shapmara Union: Shapmara Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Borodoho Bazzar. There are 2 community
clinics situated Rampura and Sonaidanga. There is a one SACMO and one FWV in this Union Health and Family Welfare
Center. Health services status are almost good but there is no non-government clinic.
Mohimagonj Union: Mohimagonj Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Mohimagonj Bazzar. There are
working one SACMO and one FWV in this Union Health and Family Welfare Center. Health services status are almost good
and there is a non-government clinic.
Kamardoho Union: Kamardoho Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Kamardoho Bazzar. There are also 3
Community Clinics. There are working one SACMO and one FWV in this Union Health and Family Welfare Center. Health
services status are almost good but there is no non-government clinic.
Rajahar Union: Rajahar Union Health and Family Welfare Center is situated in Borodoho Bazzar. Besides this there are 4
community clinics situated Rampura and Sonaidanga. There is a SACMO and one FWV. Health services status are almost
good but there is no non-government clinic.

Banking Facility:
There are 23 Banks in Gobindogonj Upazila. Among those Banks there are 11 Government and 12 non-governments Bank.
Those are Sonali Bank 3, Rupali Bank 1, Janata Bank 2, Krishi Bank 1, Agrani Bank 2, Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank 2,
Markentile Bank 1, Mutual Trust Bank 1, Islami Bank 2, Grameen Bank 5, City Bank 1 Standard Bank 1 and Dutch Bangla Bank
1.

Post Office : There are 35 Post Offices in Gobindogonj Upazila.


Horirumpur Union: There is a post office situated in Horirumpur Bazzar. Letter and other documents exchange through the
Post Office. In addition, payment transactions through money order in this post office and deposited amount through saving
certificate.
Talukkanupur Union: There are 2 Post Offices in Talukkanupur Union. Those are situated in Uttar Soyghoriya and
Talukkanupur Bazzar. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving
certificate.
Katabari Union: There is a post office situated in Katakhali Bazzar. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post
Office. In addition, payment transactions through money order in this post office and deposited amount through saving
certificate.
Rakhalburuj Union: There are 2 Post Offices in Rakhalburuj Union. Those are situated in Kazla and Amtolee Bazzar. Letter and
other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving certificate.
Fulbari Union: There is a post office situated in Fulbari. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post Office. In
addition, payment transactions through money order in this post office and deposited amount through saving certificate.
Dorbosto Union: There are 3 Post Offices in Dorbosto Union. Those are situated in Komorpurhat, Bogulabari bazzar and
Bishubari. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving certificate.
Nakai Union: There are 2 Post Offices in Nakai Union. Those are situated in Nakaihat and Rother Bazzar. Letter and other
documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving certificate.
Shibpur Union: There is a post office situated in Sorderhat Vitashakhil in Shibpur Union. Letter and other documents
exchange through the Post Office. In addition, payment transactions through money order in this post office and deposited
amount through saving certificate.
Kochashohor Union: There are 3 Post Offices in Kochashahor Union. Those are situated in Chandpara, Ratonpur and
Kochashohor Bazzar. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving
certificate.
Shalmara Union: There are 2 Post Offices in Shalmara Union. Those are situated in Jalalabad and Barpaika. Letter and other
documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving certificate.

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Gumanigonj Union: There are 2 Post Offices in Gumanigonj Union. Those are situated in Fulpukuria and Pargoyara. Letter and
other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving certificate.
Kamdia Union: There is a post office situated in Kamdiya Bazzar. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post
Office. In addition, payment transactions through money order in this post office and deposited amount through saving
certificate.
Mohimagonj Union: There are 2 Post Offices in Mohimagonj Union. Those are situated in Jagodishpur and Mohimagonj
Bazzar. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving certificate.
Kamardoho Union: There is a post office situated at Fashitola in Kamardoho Union. Letter and other documents exchange
through the Post Office. In addition, payment transactions through money order in this post office and deposited amount
through saving certificate.
Shapmara Union: There are 3 Post Offices in Shapmara Union. Those are situated in Ponditpur, Shapmara and Shahebgonj
Bazzar. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving certificate.
Shakhahar Union: There are 6 Post Offices in Shakhahar Union. Those are situated in Rajabirat, Ponditpur, Shohorgachi,
Damgari, Digheerhat and Aligram. Letter and other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount
through saving certificate.
Rajahar Union: There are 2 Post Offices in Rajahar Union. Those are situated in Panitolahat and Rajabirat Bazzar. Letter and
other documents exchange through the Post Office and deposited amount through saving certificate.

Club/Cultural Center :
There are 49 Club/Cultural Center in Gobindogonj Upazila. Among those 15 Club/Clutural Centers do social developmental
works and rest of Club/Cultural Centers are not attached with any social works.

Name of NGO who are working about disaster in this upazila:


Sl.#
01
02
03
04

Name of NGO/Volunteers
Organization
Gram Bikash Kendro
Gano Unnayan Kendro
UST
RDRS

Related work
Reduction of Disaster risk
Mitigation of Monga
Identify endangered community
Risk Reduction of Disaster risk

No. of
beneficiaries
7,270
8,560
12,864
7,867

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06
07

CCDB
BRAC
SKS

Mitigation of Monga
Women rights and small Credit
Women rights and small Credit

8,597
6,483
7,850

Project period
From 01.01.09 to 31.12.2013
01.01.2010 to 31.12.2013
01.06.2011 to 30.06.2013
01.01.2010 to
31.12.2013
01.01.2011 to 31.12.2014
01.01.2010 to 31.12.2013
01.01.2011 to 31.12.2014

Play ground : There are 75 play grounds in Gobindogonj Upazila.


Horirumpur Union: There are 6 play grounds in Horirumpur Union. Those are situated in Ramchandropur, Crogacha,
Rampura, Sonaidanga Boikonthopur and Taluk Sonaidanga.
Talukkanupur Union: There are 5 play grounds in Talukkanupur union. Those are situated in Narichagari, Talukkanupur,
Taltola, Jamalpur and Uttar Soyghoriya etc.
Katabari Union: There are 6 play grounds in Katabari union. Those are situated in Baghda, Begunbari, Kathalbari, Nasirabad,
Maligaon and Ashkura.
Rakhalburuj Union: There are 4 play grounds in Rakhalburuj union. Those are situated in Chormakra, Lontola, Rakhalburuj
and Horinathpur etc.

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Fulbari Union: There are 4 play grounds in Fulbari union. Those are situated in Fulbari, Boro Satail Batail, Boro Shohagee,
Koyagari and Krishnopur.
Dorbosto Union: There are 4 play grounds in Dorobosto Union. Those are situated in Kalitola, Bishubari, Maria and
Bogulagari.
Nakai Union: There are 4 play ground in Nakai Union. Those are situated in Nakaihat, Rother bazzar, Shitolgram and Pogill. All
of the play grounds are use during disaster.
Shibpur Union: There are 4 play ground in Shibpur Union. Those are situated in Nakaihat, Rother bazzar, Shitolgram and
Pogill. All of the play grounds are use during disaster.
Kochashohor Union: There are 3 play grounds in Kochashohor union. Those are situated in Kochashohor, Chandpara and
Bunatola.
Shalmara Union: There are 4 play grounds in Shalmara union. Those are situated in Shalmara, Kolakata Hamsapur, Buraburi
and Pocharia.
Gumanigonj Union: There are 6 play grounds in Gumanigonj Union. Those are situated in Krishnopur, Pargoyara, Balubhora,
Ghuga, Kalitola and Kaiyagonj. One/two of the play grounds are use during disaster.
Kamdia Union: There are 4 play ground in Kamdia union. Those are situated in Kamdia, Kacherchora, Digheerhat and Chak
Manikpur.
Mohimagonj Union: There are 5 play grounds in Mohimagonj union. Those are situated in Mohimagonj Bondor, Mohimagonj
High School, Rangpur Chinikol, Kumardanga, Mohimagonj College field. One/two of the play grounds are use during disaster.
Kamardoho Union: There are 4 play grounds in Kamardoho union. Those are situated in Chaprigonj, Mogoltuli, Barna Akub
and Mohanagor.
Shapmara Union: There are 4 play grounds in Shapmara union. Those are situated in Shapmara, Shahebgonj, Ponditpur and
Modonpur.
Shakhahar Union: There are 5 play grounds in Shakahar union. Those are situated in Sohorgachi, Shakahar, Boiragirhat,
Digheerhat and Aligram.
Rajahar Union: There are 3 play grounds in Rajahar Union. Those are Panitolahat, Rajabirat and Baneshor.

Graveyard/Crematorium: There are 557 graveyards and 43 crematoriums in Gobindogonj Upazila.


Horirumpur Union: There are 40 graveyards in Horirumpur Union. Those are situated in Kismot Durgapur-2, Bajuniyapara-2,
Pakhera, Crorgacha-2, Chakpakhera, Ramchandrapur-2, Borodoho-3, Horirumpur-3, Naovanga, Dhundia-2, Sonaidanga
Boikonthopur, Taluk Sonaidanga-2, Uttar Horipur. There are also 5 Crematoriums those are Banitola, Crorgacha, Borodoho,
Alshiyar bill and Pikepara.
Talukkanupur Union: There are 22 graveyards in Talukkanupur. Those are situated in Bera Maloncha, Damudorpur,
Bahadurpur, Narichagari, Singhodanga, Kamal Narayanpur, Mothurapur, Sundail-2, Chondipur, Talukkanupur, Somspara and
Tajpur. There are also 3 Crematoriums in Talukkanupur union. Those are Damudorpur, Noriya Taliya and Katakhali.
Katabari Union: There are 10 graveyards in Katabari union. Those are Nasirabad, Malekabad, Katabari/Bisulia, Hydrakuri,
Kathalbari, Sodor Colony and Kotiabari. There are also 4 crematoriums in Katabari. There are situated in Mansa/Bera, Fulhar,
Betara and Malpara.
Rakhalburuj Union: There are 75 graveyards in Rakhalburuj Union. Those are situated in Kazla-2, Uttar Dhormopur,
Rakhalburuj-2, Chandpur Singa-2, Krishnopur, Chakmakra-3, Gobindonagor-2, Lontola-4, Purbo Lontola, Dorgapara,
Mothordoho-3, Par-Sonaidanga, Paniya and Avirumpur. There are also 4 crematoriums in Kalitola Shakdoho, Vorodoho,
Kazipara Kheyaghat and Kalitola.

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Fulbari Union: There are 22 graveyards in Fulbari union. Those are situated in Koyagari Krishnopur, Bamonkuri, Boro
Sohogee, Soto Sohagee, Boro Satail Batail, Choto Satail Batail, Fulbari, Deghalee Fulbari, Dikdair, Hatiadoho, Kunda
Maloncha, Nachikuchi, Kurdarpara, Malador, Parbotipur, Shakpala, Raghunathpur, Khanshapara and Shampur. There are also
2 crematoriums in Koyagari and Dikdair.
Dorobosto Union: There are 75 graveyards in Dorbosto union. Those are situated in Avirumpur-3, Dorbosto-5, Durgapur-2,
Hossanpur, Akhira Fotepur, Singanee, Uttar Singa-2, Bari Hossanpur, Satana Baluya-2, Mariya, Mirupara, Chak Berahimpur-2,
Naldanga, Gobindopur, Bogulagari-4, Bisubari-3, Shapgachi Kalikapur, Shapgachi, Hatiyadoho, Soto Durgapur,
Bishawnathpur-2, Satarpara, Taluk Rahimpur, Gondhorbobari, Rohola, Rumnathpur-2 and Gosaipur. There are also 7
crematoriums in Dorbosto union. Those are situated in Dorbosto, Hossanpur, Dhopagaita, Napitpara, Akhira node, Katakhali
and Baiyabari.
Nakai Union: There are 25 graveyards in Nakai union. Those are situated in Dhankhunia-3, Potuya, Puranador-3, Merch
Puranador-2, Khukshia-3, Pogail-3, Kunjonakai-4, Dumurgacha-2, Nakai-2 and Shitolgram-2. There are also 3 crematoriums in
Pogail, Rother Bazzar and Dumurgas.
Shibpur Union: There are 40 graveyards in Shibpur Union. Those are situated in Ruddronagor-4, Mohadebpur-3, Sreemukh-3,
Keshobpur-2, Toroneepara-2, Boro Khodapur-2, Sholagare-4, Bar Tikree-2, Para Kochuya-3, Sonatola Shakhil-3, Vita Shakhil2, Shibpur-6 and Khiribari-3 and there is also a crematorium named Tikree.
Kochashohor Union: There are 42 graveyards in Kochashohor union. Those are situated in Jagannathpur-3, Dhormopur-4,
Singa, Dhorma-2, Vaghkazi-3, Arzee Sahapur-3, Sudar Dhap-2, Horipur, Dakhin Sholagare-3, Kochashohor-4, Shaktipur-3,
Dharaikandi-2, Soyghoriya-3, Rotonpur-3, Mukundopur-4, Papuliya, Habibpur-3, Vaghgorib-4 and Bonogram-4. There is no
crematorium.
Shalmara Union: There are 55 graveyards in Shalmara union. Those are situated in Damgacha-4, Pocharia-3, Shakhahati-3,
Nilkonthopur-3, Burabure-3, Barpaika-4, Ulipur-4, Shalmara-4, Ghuga Garamara-3, Niyamoter Baigune-4, Ujerpara-4,
Hiyatpur-3, Habiber Baigune-3, Kismotar Baigune-3, Kolakata Hamsapur-4 and Mirapara-3. There are also 2 crematoriums.
Those are situated in Ujererpara and Garamara.
Gumanigonj Union: There are 21 graveyards in Gumanigonj union. Those are situated in Parboteepur, ChakKochmohoree,
Sundorcol, Gujiyapara, Rojakpur, Kondo Kalashpur, Alipur, Dilalpur, Atiyatola, Jarifpur, Goyalpara, Anantopur, Tarofmonu,
Pargoyara, Mirkuchi Modontair, Baluvora, Kuripaika, Kochmodon Barpaika, Krishnopur Soyghoria, Gumanigonj and
Nagervita. There are also 2 crematoriums. Those are situated in Krishnopur Soyghoria and Gumanigonj.
Kamdia Union: There are 16 graveyards in Kamdia Union. Those are situated in Kamdia, Durgagari, Anayetpur, Hightor,
Chatiyanchura, Modonpur, Kholahati, Manikpur, Tirail and Digheerhat. There are also 2 crematoriums. Those are situated in
Dhoyachila and Chalita.
Mohimagonj Union: There are 13 graveyards in Mohimagonj union. Those are situated in Puntair, Singidangee, Baluya,
Bochadoho, Sreepatipur, Bamonhazra, Kumardanga, Jogodishpur, Gopalpur, Jeebonpur, Jerai and Pantabari. There are also 2
crematoriums in Mohimagonj and those are situated in Jagodishpur and Sreepatipur.
Kamardoho Union: There are 23 graveyards in Kamardoho union. Those are situated in Bokchor, Barna Chandroshekhor,
Kondorpopur, Rasulpur, Masta, Kamardoho, Barna Akub, Char Parbotipur, Betgara, Mohanagor, Chandpara, Makurai,
Digolkandi, Tardoho, Vaghgopal, Sahadat, Mohaddpur and Syedpur. There is a crematorium in Bokchor Fashitola.
Shapmara Union: There are 16 graveyards in Shapmara union. Those are situated in Ponditpur, Chakrahimpur, Dadhaya,
Khamarpara, Dogoriya, Kotalpur, Couchakrishnopur, Mothorpur, Molla, Modonpur, Norengabad, Pajoypur, Chouhutpur,
Rampur, Shapmara, Sarai, Tarofkamal. There is a crematorium in Pajoypur.
Shakhahar Union: There are 45 graveyards in Shakhahar union. Those are situated in Royagaon, Amgaon, Arjee Piyarapur,
Ayvangee, Balla, Baneehalee, Baneehara, Doshnal, Daonai, Caochalita, Digheepara, Gharill, Jalta, Jankhur, Jerai, Kharita,
Khurshan, Maklain, Mollapara, Pirol, Pihula, Piyarapur, Rajosh, Shakhahar, Shahegol and Surjogari. There are also 2
crematoriums in Shakhahar union. Those are situated in Rajosh and Baneehalee.
Rajahar Union: There are 17 graveyards in Rajahar union. Those are situated in Kukrail, Anandipur, Baneshor, Borotto,
Borgaon, Baurgram, Dhaniyal, Dhuturbari, Doghoriya, Dublagari, Goalkandi, Gopalpur, Jheekrail, Kochuya, Naogaon,

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Norosinghopur, Provurumpur, Rajahar, Sihipur, Boroipara and Jeenaout. There are also 2 crematoriums in Panitolahat and
Baneshor.

Transportation facilities and communication:


There are 3 types of transportation facilities in Gobindogonj Upazila. Those are Road, Railway and Aviation. There are 8
Buses, 275 Tempos, 140 Autorickshaws, 152 C&Gs, 7185 Rickshaws, 7616 Vans, 492 Nosimons, 42 Boats, 5 Trollers and also
Railway facilities.

1.4.3 Weather and Climate :


Rainfall :
Gobindogonj Upazila has usually normal rainfall. During rainy season occurred more rainfall. On occasionally rainfall, Northwester storm (Kal Boishakhe), icerain, occur during summer season. No rainfall during winter season. Sometimes, no rainfall
during spring season. As a result, river, canal, Marshes(bil), ponds etc. dries up. Then agriculture is inturrepted and losses
crops and vegetation.

Temperature :
The temperature usually in 34-36 degree has in the summer, rainy and autumn seasons in Gobindogonj Upazila. There are
the lowest temperature usually in 24-25 degree has during winter season. The highest temperature usually in 28-30 degree
in winter to spring season and the lowest temperature have 8-10 degree. The temperature is slightly increased now. In
winter season, the temperature dropped to 4-5 degrees and coldwave is start. In this reason many people dies and losses
crops.

Level of ground water:


Water levels are not equal in each union of Gobindogonj Upazila. Somewhere water levels are 35-40 feet under the ground
and somewhere 85-90 feet under the ground. There is no change because previousely ground water level was somewhere
25-30 feet and somewhere 75-80 feet under the ground but in the dry season drinking water level are going to somewhere
85-90 feet and somewhere 155-160 feet under the ground then some shallow machines and tubewells are useless. So that
irrigation water, drinking water and cooking water shortage in the dry season and the people suffer due to water shortage.

1.4.4 Others :
Land and uses of land:
There are 46,503 Hectors land in Gobindogonj Upazila. Among those cultivable land 37,600 hectors, un-cultivable land 928
hectors, one crop land 3,650 hectors, two crops land 21,320 hectors, three crops land 12,250 hectors in each year and
residential purpose uses 3,200 hectors.

Agriculture and Food:


The main crops of Gobindogonj Upazila are paddy, jute, wheat, corn, sarisa, potato, suger cane, and vegetables. Paddy
production in per Bighaya 30-35 maunds, wheat 15-20 maunds, potato 50-55 maunds, corn 25-30 maunds. Most of the crops
are loses due to Flood, river erosion, droughts and storms. The main food habits in this area are rice, fish, bread and potato
and the people of this area has taken bread in one time and two time rice.

River
There are 6 rivers flows in Gobindogonj Upazila. Those are Katakhali, Aalai, Bangalee, Korotoya, Aakhira and Noleya. There
are different types of fishes in those rivers and uses as fish avhayasrama. The water of those rivers is also uses for bathing
and washing cloths. The rivers has some disservices in some times like flood, river erosion etc. occurs and the houses,
institutions, vegetation, crops and roads are damaged.

Ponds :
There are 6,227 ponds and dighis in Gobindogonj Upazila. The ponds are uses for fisheries, irrigation, bathing, washing
cloths, duck farm and cattle bathing.

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Canals
There are 14 canals in Gobindogonj Upazila. Those are Vebrer Khal, Vita Shakhill Khal, Sonatola Khal, Majharer Khal, Bera
Khal, Crorgacha Khal, Jhoulapara Khal, Kutipara Khal and Nowvanga Khal. The lengths of those canals are almost 90
kilometers. The canals water is uses for irregantion, cattle bathing. There are various fishes in those canals. Fruite trees and
wooden trees are planted on both sides of those canals. High water canal enters the river and gives a lot of damage to
seedbed.

Marsh
There are 270 marshs (bil) in Gobindogonj Upazila. There are various fishes in those marshs. Marsh lands are use for
irrigation. Cows, buffalos, sheeps, and goats are mounting in the dry season.

Gobindogonj Upazila (see the next page)

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2nd Chapter: Disaster, Hazard and Vulnarability


2.1 Comprehensive History of Disaster :

Disaster related main hazards of this upazila: Disaster related main hazards of this upazila are floods, river erision,
North-wester storm (Kalboishakhee), Ghurnijhoor (storms), droughts, cold wave and wearing sand land etc.
There are flood occurs in the Bengali month Ashar, Srabon, Vadro and Ashwin. The main causes for floods are more
rainfall, Hill slope and natural. River erosion is continuing from the Bengali month of Joishtho, Ashar, Srabon, Vadro,
Ashwin and Kartik due to river waves and rivers water overflow. Sands fall in the land due to river erosion. Sands
fall are starting from the Bengali month of Ashar to Ashwin. Then River, dam has been broken and sands fall in the
soil. Storm starts from the month of Boishak and Joistho named North-wester storm (Kalboishakhi). Cold wave
starts from the Bengali month of Poush and Magh and droughts starts from the Bengali month Falgun, Choitro and
Boishakh.
In the past the flood water level was 10-12 feet high.
The whole areas were flood affected within 3-5 days.
Flood water was lasting 25-30 days.
Storms (ghurnijhor) and north-wester storm (kalboishakhee) flowing direction was generally south-west and eastnorth corner side.
Almost BDT. 27 crore 40 lacs damages due to flood, 29 crore 50 lacs damages due to river erosion, 3 crore 40 lacs
damages due storms, 4 crore 25 lacs damages due to North-wester storm (Kalboishakhee), 10 lacs damages due to
cold waves, 55 lacks damages due to wearing sand land and 8 crore 21 lacs damages due to droughts.
Description of peoples suffering : People losses houses, crops, transportation suffering, people dies, cattles dies,
crises to safe drinking water and people are being shelterless and institutions damages.

Sector-wise losses amount due to disaster (Information of last 10 years from 2003-2013)

Northwester
storms

Floods

River Erosion

Name of Disaster

Year
1998

Amount of losses
BDT. 5 crore 55 lac

2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

BDT. 1 crore 35 lac


BDT. 1 crore 70 lac
BDT. 4 crore 20 lac
BDT. 2 crore 60 lac
BDT. 60 lac
BDT. 3 crore 10 lac
BDT. 1 crore 70 lac
BDT. 1 crore
BDT. 4 crore 80 lac
BDT. 2 crore 60 lac

1998

BDT. 5 crore 85 lac

Houses, cultivable land, crops, roads, educational


institutions, hat-bazzars, religious institutions, men,
plants, cattles etc.

2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2011
2013
2003

BDT. 70 lac
BDT. 50 lac
BDT. 6 crore 35 lac
BDT. 2 crore 70 lac
BDT. 2 crore 30 lac
BDT. 6 crore 25 lac
BDT. 2 crore 25 lac
BDT. 70 lac
BDT. 55 lac

2008
2009
2011

BDT. 2 crore 05 lac


BDT. 30 lac
BDT. 15 lac

Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Houses, crops, roads, educational institutions, hatbazzars, religious institutions, men, plants, cattles etc.
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto

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Sector-wise loss
Houses, cultivable land, crops, roads, educational
institutions, hat-bazzars, religious institutions, men,
plants, cattles etc.
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto

Year
2012
2001

Amount of losses
BDT. 1 crore 20 lac
BDT. 1 crore 30 lac

Storms

2003

BDT. 60 lac

Ditto

2007

BDT. 50 lac

Ditto

2010

BDT. 30 lac

Ditto

2013

BDT. 70 lac

Ditto

2003

BDT. 40 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2008

BDT. 1 crore 20 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2009

BDT. 20 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2010

BDT. 2 crore 25 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2011

BDT. 33 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2012

BDT. 88 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2013

BDT. 3 crore 35 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2003

BDT. 10 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2004

BDT. 10 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2009

BDT. 10 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2011

BDT. 10 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2012

BDT. 15 lac

Crops, men, plants and cattles

2007

BDT. 30 lac

Crops

2009

BDT. 25 lac

Crops

Coldwave

Droughts

Name of Disaster

Wearing Sand
Land

Sector-wise loss
Ditto
Houses, cultivable land, crops, roads, educational
institutions, hat-bazzars, religious institutions, men,
plants, cattles etc.

2.2 Hazards of the Upazila/Unions


Hazards
River Erosion
Flood
Draughts
North-wester storm
Wearing sand land
Cold wave
Storm

Priority
River Erosion
Flood
North-wester storm
Draughts
Storm
Coldwave
Wearing sand land

2.3 Short description of present and future picture of different types of hazardous:
1. River erosion : Too much river erosion has occurs in Gobindogonj Upazila. In each year it is happen. Usually river broken
has occurs in the Bengali months Joistho, Ashar, Srabon, Vadro, Ashwin and Kartick. As a result agricultural crops, houses,
roads, vegetation, educational institutions, hat-bazzars, religious institutions and men are submerged under the river water.
Food production has been disturbed, men become shelterless, and occurs environmental losses. Dam preparation with the
block is immediate needed by the Government and also change the way of rivers by drazzing. If the dam is not prepared by
the Government, in that case also communication with different areas will be stoped. Houses will go under the water. River
broken has occurs in each year but too much losses by the river erosion in the year of 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008,
2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013.
2. Flood : Too much flood has occurs in Gobindogonj Upazila. It occurs in the month of Ashar, Srabon, Vadro and Ashwin. As
a result, agricultural crops, infrastructure, vegetation, resident, fisheries, education and communication have been losses.

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Cultivable land is not cultivated due to sand gets. Flood has occurs in each year but too much losses by the flood in the year
of 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2013.
3. North-wester storm (Kalboishakhee): There are occasionally occurs north-wester storm (Kalboishakhee) in Shaghata
Upazila. It hits in the Bengali months Boishakh and Joistho. Agricultural crops, houses, roads, educational institutions and
vegetation have been seriously damaged due to north-wester storm (Kalboishakhee) in this area. In the year of 2003, 2008,
2009, 2011 and 2012 were seriously occurred north-wester storm and seriously damaged.
4. Drought: There are occasionally seriously occurs droughts in Shaghata Upazila. It has been occurred in the Bengali month
of Falgun, Choitro and Boishakh. No rainfall due to droughts and temperature is going to high. Peoples suffering have been
increased due to high temperature. So that agricultural crops have been damaged, canals and marshs (bill) has become dry
and men died. In the year of 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2013 are seriously damaged by the drought.
5. Storm: Some times occasionally storm hit in Gobindogonj Upazila. Storm usually hited in the Bengali month Boishakh and
Joistho. As a result, agricultural crops, houses, educational institution, roads, vegetation have been losses. Men are
shelterless, communication & environment fall in loses.The upazila to much affect by storm of 2003, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
and 2013.
6. Coldwave: There are occasionally coldwave flows in Gobindogonj Upazila. Coldwave usually occurs in the Bengali month
Poush and Magh. Men suffer loss of crops and somebody died due to coldwave. Too much coldwaves occurred and damaged
many things in 2003, 2004, 2009, 2011 and 2012.
7. Wearing Sand land: Gobindogonj Upazila is most of the flood affected area. As a result of flood sands falling on the soil
due to cause of river & barrage broken.Cultivation & agriculture production stop due to sand gets. The quantity of loses
were most in 2007 & 2009 due to sands falling on the soil. As a result near about 300-350 hector land were no cultivate in
the upazila

2.4 Vulnerability and capacity:


Vulnerability means materials, socio-economic and environmental current situation, which is indicate to disaster losses and
men cannt face it.
Capacity means natural, social, economical and environmental condition or process which shows men or other institutions
resources uses to deal with adverse conditions and disaster results in less than skeletons.

Short description of area-wise reason of vulnerability:


Hazardous
Flood

Vulnerability
Crops affected by flood, Damage infrastructure (like as houses, educational
institutions, hat-bazzars etc.), Difficult to communicate. Roads, Bridges,
Culverts do under water and collups. Loss of lives and property, Children,
Pregnant women, disable and oldest people are living much more risk during
flood.

River erosion

Affected crops due to river erosion, Damage infrastructure (like as houses,


educational institutions, hat-bazzars etc.), Difficult to communicate. Roads,
Bridges, Culverts do under water and collups. Loss of lives and property,
Children, Pregnant women, disable and oldest people are living much more
risk during river erosion.
Crops are seriously affected due to north-wester storm, Damage
infrastructure (like as houses, educational institutions, hat-bazzars etc.),
Difficult to communicate. Roads, Bridges, Culverts do under water and
collups. Loss of lives and property, the north-wester hits in any union of the
Upazila.

North-wester
storm

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Capacity
There is a Flood Shelter
Center at Rakhalburuj
Union in Gobindogonj
Upazila.
There is a school cumd
flood shelter at
Shalmara, Horirumpur
and Mohimagonj unions
of Gobindogonj Upazila.
8 (eight) river dams
were built for survivals.

There are no shelter


center for north-wester
storms
Peoples go to school
cum shelter center
during north-wester
storms.

Draughts

Crops, men, plants, cattles etc.

Storms

Crops affected by storms, Damage infrastructure (like as houses, educational


institutions, hat-bazzars etc.), Difficult to communicate. Roads, Bridges,
Culverts do under water and collups. Loss of lives and property, the northwester hits in any union of the Upazila.

Coldwave

Crops, men, plants, cattles etc.

Wearing sand
land

Crops and cultivable land

In this situation man cannt


nothing to do.
Who has capability to make
strong brick build building,
houses they built. So that
they are almost faces to
storms and who has no
strong houses they can take
shelter their neighbours
houses during storms.
Though the people of this
area have not enough
warm cloths to wearing but
they have capacity to face
the coldwave.
In this situation people
cannt nothing to do.

2.5 The most common vulnerable areas :

Short description by the table of in the areas, villages, wards-wise reasons of vulnerability

Hazards
River erosion
Flood
North-wester
storm
Drought
Storm
Coldwave
Wearing Sands
land

Most vulnerable areas


Rakhalburuj, Dorobosto, Horirumpur, Talukkanupur, Nakai,
Fulbari and Mohimagonj.
Talukkanupur, Fulbari, Shapmara, Horirumpur, Nakai,
Mohimagonj, Rakhalburuj, Dorbosto and Shalmara.
Entire Upazila
Entire Upazila
Entire Upazila
Entire Upazila
Horirumpur

Reasons of
vulnerability
River erosion

2,60,875

Flood

3,40,960

North-wester
storm
Drought
Storm
Coldwave
Wearing Sands
land

4,10,550

Map of serious vulnerable areas of Gobindogonj Upazila

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No. of affected people

4,20,680
4,10,550
3,70,550
20,550

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2.6 Main sectors on Development Planning:


To obtain the objectives for necessary works related past and present situation information collection, analysis
and mark future presage and develop work plan is called Development Planning.

Sector-wise main development planning of the Upazila.


Main sectors
Agriculture

Fisheries

Description
Provide Training, supply of seeds,
fertilizer support, loan
distribution, early varieties crops
production, developed permanent
protection for flood and river
erosion.
Provide training, quality minnow,
loan distritbuion with simple
deeds.

Livestocks

Provide training, loan distribution

Health

Provide treatment without cost,


medicine supply, organizing
awareness buildup training.

Livelihood

Food for Work and create new


employment facilities

Vegetation

To take vegetation programs,


provide training, build dams and
cultivate the riverbank area.

Infrastraction

Provide training and Govt. grants.

Coordination with reduction of disaster risk


Provide training to the community through local level
volunteer organizations, NGOs. Provide better seed
yielding, fertilizer and short-term credit support etc. from
the Govt. level. Nessary to dam construction for
prevention of river erosion is necessary.
Provide training to the community through local level
volunteer organizations, NGOs. Provide better minnow,
short-term credit support etc. is needed from the Govt.
level
Provide training to the community through local level
volunteer organizations, NGOs, Govt and other non-govt.
orgqanizations on maintenance of cattle resources. It is
also needed to credit support etc.
Provide training to the community through local level
volunteer organizations, NGOs, Govt and other non-govt.
orgqanizations on health related issues, create awareness
on different diseases. It is also needed to free of cost
medicine support from the Govt. level.
Provide different types of skill development training to the
community through local level volunteer organizations,
NGOs, Govt and other non-govt. orgqanizations. So that
the people will develop self employment opportunities and
they can fight different types of disaster.
Provide training to the community through local level
volunteer organizations, NGOs, Govt and other non-govt.
orgqanizations on plantations. It is also needed to provide
short-term credit support to them and inspire them to
trees planted bothside of the river.
Provide training to the community through local level
volunteer organizations, NGOs, Govt and other non-govt.
orgqanizations and arrange to provide Govt. grants to
infrastructure repair/re-establishment.

2.7 Social Map

Indicate Upazila/union/village levels infrastructure, different institutions, lands utilities, roads, rivercanals-marshes, hospitals, barrages etc.

Social Map of Gobindogonj Upazila

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2.8 Map of Hazards and Risk areas of Gobindogonj Upazila


Indicate different types of hazards and risk areas of Gobindogonj Upazila:

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2.9 Seasonal calendar of Hazards :


Short description of different types of hazards occurring period :
1. River erosion : Too much river erosion has occurs in Gobindogonj Upazila. In each year it is happen. Usually river broken
has occurs in the Bengali months Joistho, Ashar, Srabon, Vadro, Ashwin and Kartick. As a result agricultural crops, houses,
roads, vegetation, educational institutions, hat-bazzars, religious institutions and men are submerged under the river water.
Food production has been disturbed, men become shelterless, and occurs environmental losses. Dam preparation with the
block is immediate needed by the Government and also change the way of rivers by drazzing. If the dam is not prepared by
the Government, in that case also communication with different areas will be stoped. Houses will go under the water. River
broken has occurs in each year but too much losses by the river erosion in the year of 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008,
2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013.
2. Flood : Too much flood has occurs in Gobindogonj Upazila. It occurs in the month of Ashar, Srabon, Vadro and Ashwin. As
a result, agricultural crops, infrastructure, vegetation, resident, fisheries, education and communication have been losses.
Cultivable land is not cultivated due to sand gets. Flood has occurs in each year but too much losses by the flood in the year
of 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2013.

3. North-wester storm (Kalboishakhee): There are occasionally occurs north-wester storm (Kalboishakhee) in Shaghata
Upazila. It hits in the Bengali months Boishakh and Joistho. Agricultural crops, houses, roads, educational institutions and
vegetation have been seriously damaged due to north-wester storm (Kalboishakhee) in this area. In the year of 2003, 2008,
2009, 2011 and 2012 were seriously occurred north-wester storm and seriously damaged.
4. Drought: There are occasionally seriously occurs droughts in Shaghata Upazila. It has been occurred in the Bengali month
of Falgun, Choitro and Boishakh. No rainfall due to droughts and temperature is going to high. Peoples suffering have been
increased due to high temperature. So that agricultural crops have been damaged, canals and marshs (bill) has become dry
and men died. In the year of 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2013 are seriously damaged by the drought.
5. Storm: Some times occasionally storm hit in Gobindogonj Upazila. Storm usually hited in the Bengali month Boishakh and
Joistho. As a result, agricultural crops, houses, educational institution, roads, vegetation have been losses. Men are
shelterless, communication & environment fall in loses.The upazila to much affect by storm of 2003, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
and 2013.
6. Coldwave: There are occasionally coldwave flows in Gobindogonj Upazila. Coldwave usually occurs in the Bengali month
Poush and Magh. Men suffer loss of crops and somebody died due to coldwave. Too much coldwaves occurred and damaged
many things in 2003, 2004, 2009, 2011 and 2012.
7. Wearing Sand land: Gobindogonj Upazila is most of the flood affected area. As a result of flood sands falling on the soil
due to cause of river & barrage broken.Cultivation & agriculture production stop due to sand gets. The quantity of loses
were most in 2007 & 2009 due to sands falling on the soil. As a result near about 300-350 hector land were no cultivate in
the upazila

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The following table shows the different types of hazards and its affected period
Sl.#

Hazards

01

Flood

02

River
erosion

03

04

Northwester
storm
Drought

05

Storms

06

Coldwave

07

Wearing
Sands
land

Boishak

Joistho

Ashar

Srabon

Vadro

Aswin

Kartik

Agrohaon

Push

Magh

Falgun

Chaitr
o

2.10 Seasonal Calendar for Livelihood

Sl.#

Short description by the table of in which months what is the livelihood/employment


condition:

01

Source of
livelihood
Farmers

02

Fisherman

03

Day
Labourer

04

Businessman

Boishak

Joistho

Ashar

Srabon

Vadro

05
Service
holder

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Aswin

Kartik

Agrohaon

Push

Magh

Falgun

Chaitro

2.11 The following table shows lives and livelihood related vulnerability:

Main livelihoods
Hazards/disaster following affected in livelihood.
Sl. #

Livelihood

Hazards/Disasters
Storms

01
02
03
04
05

Flood

River
erosion

Coldwave

Drought

Wearing sand
land

North-wester
storm

Agriculture
Fisheries
Day labourer
Businessman
Service holder

2.12 Description of sector-wise hazards and risk

Crops

Plants

Animal
Resources

Fisheries

Vulnerable Social Assets


Houses
Roads
Bridges/
Culverts

Educational
Institutions

Health

Shelter
Center

Wearing
Cold
Sand Land wave

Storms

Draughts

North
wester
storm

River
erosion

Floods

Hazar
ds

The following table shows setor-wise vulnerability of the Upazila:

Description of way of vulnerability reduction and its implementation:


Crops fields and seedbeds under go water due to flood, as a result crops, seedbeds are losses. Plants also go under
water and died. Infrastructures, educational institutions, religious institutions, hat/bazzars, roads go under water during
flood. Roads, Breezes, culverts also are broken. So that peoples are suffering during flood. If the Government will
make/repair barrages, dig river flood will be decreased.

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Crops fields under go water during river erosion. Plants, houses, schools, colleges, madrashas, roads, breezes, culverts
all are losses due to river erosion. Sometimes people died. People are shelter-less. If the respective authority take
initiatives to protect river erosion through constructed barrages with block, river management, cross barrage, straight
river buck then river erosion will be decreased.
Crops are losses due to north-wester storm (kalboishakhi). All types of fields crops are loses also paddy. Plants are
broken. Houses, educational institutions, religious institutions, hat/bazzars are losses. To protect reduction of losses too
much plantation should be needed and take advance preparation.
Crops are losses due the droughts. Crops were burned due to overheat. Sometimes cultivable land dries up. Plant also
dries up and dies. Rivers, canals, marshes are dries up so that the fishes are dies. Sometimes people also die. To protect
droughts it is needed to constructed deep tube-well, Shallow machines settings etc.
Crops are losses due to cold wave. Sometimes people are dies. To protect cold wave it is needed to plantation and takes
advance preparation.
Crops are losses due to wearing sand land. Man can not cultivate crops and reduce lands fertility.

2.13 Climate change and its possible effects:


Climate means in any areas (30 years or above period) investigate regular weather atmosphere elements like as pressure of
air, air heat, air flowing direction and its velocity, humidity, quantity of clouds, types of clouds and rainfall what situation we
see this is called climate of this area. The sunlight reaches the earth everyday the soil will absorb it. Absorbed light is
reflected again in the stellar sky. It is natural system. Any barriers arise to this natural system is called climate change.
The following shows the description of sector-wise losses due to climate change :
Sectors
Agriculture

Fisheries
Plants
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
There are sometimes occurs droughts, sometimes cold wave, heavy rainfall due to climate change. The
temperature is increasing day by day. So that the crops are losses due to droughts. Sometimes farmers
cannt product their crops due to dryness of cultivable land. Many people plants Ucalipters trees on the
isle of land so that the production of those cultivable lands is not sufficient because Ucalipters trees take
huge water from the land. As a result lands fertilizing is decreasing and also crops production.
Canals, marshs are dry due to increasing temperature
The trees are losses due to increasing temperature for climate change
Sometimes people are sick due to increasing temperature for climate change
Sometimes people are sick due to increasing temperature for climate change and they cannt work
properly for their livelihood.
Water level dropped below due to climate change so the people are suffering for water.
The local infrastructure like as houses, roads, hospitals, schools etc. of the upazila losses due to northwester storm, normal storms, floods etc. for climate change.

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3rd Chapter: Disaster risk reduction


3.1 Identify the reasons of risk :
The following table shows the area-wise instant, secondary and the final reasons of losses due to different types
of hazards
Description of
hazardous

Reasons
Secondary

Instant

Final

Flood

Overrain

River
Breakdown
North-wester
storm
Droughts

River Wave

River filled, get water from the upstream and


Hill slope
Tide and river filled

Natural

Natural

Flood, river current and river


buck.
Natural

Temparuture
increase
Temparuture
increase
Temparuture
increase
Heavy rainfall

Water level going down

Natural

Natural

Natural

Natural

Natural

Flood

River and dams breakdown

Storms
Coldwave
Wearing sand
land

Naturally water level increase

3.2 Identify the way of solve to risk :


The following table shows the way of instant, secondary and the final to identified hazards losses :
Description of
risks
Flood

Advance protection

The way of possible solve the risk


Mid-term
Long-term
Establish dams by Bamboo, wood and
Establish flood protection dams with
wooden piller
the Block.
Establish dams by Bamboo, wood and
Establish flood protection dams with
wooden piller
the Block.
Repair houses
Establish houses which are too strong

Advance protection

To increase plantation

Advance protection
Advance protection
Establish Dams

Repair houses
Continue protection
Repair and maintenance of dams

Short-term
To sandbag

River
Breakdown
North-wester
storm
Draughts

To sandbag

Storms
Coldwave
Wearing sand
land

Establish deep tubewell and shallow


machines
Establish houses which are too strong
No to do
Repair and maintenance of dams

3.3 NGOs Development Planning :


The following table shows the work of NGOs specially disaster related:
Sl.#
01

Name of NGO
Gram Bikash Kendro

02

Gano Unnayan Kendro

03

UST

Disaster related work


Reduction of Disaster
risk
Mitigation of Monga

No. of Beneficiaries
7,270

Identify endangered
community

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Nos.
01

8,560

01

12,864

01

Period of Projects
From 01.01.09 to
31.12.2013
01.01.2010 to
31.12.2013
01.06.2011 to
30.06.2013

04

RDRS

05

CCDB

06

BRAC

Risk Reduction of
Disaster risk
Mitigation of Monga

7,867

01

8,597

01

Reduction of Disaster
risk

6,483

01

01.01.2010 to
31.12.2013
01.01.2011 to
31.12.2014
01.01.2010 to
31.12.2013

3.4 Disaster Management Action plan:


3.4.1 Before disaster preparation
Sl.
#

Activities

01

Hold meetings of
the Committee
Publicity of alert
messages

12

36,000/-

As per
need

15,000/-

03

People to Flood
Shelter

As per
need

25,000/-

04

Dry food ready

As per
need

60,000/-

05

To keep Ready
Volunteers

18
pers.

6,500/-

06

To keep ready
boats/Van

As per
need

5,000/-

07

Hold exercises

As per
need

20,000/-

08

Maintenance
Shelter center

As per
need

50,000/-

09

To keep ready life


support
medicines and
safe water

As per
need

40,000/-

02

Target

Budget

Where
implement

Tentative date
of
implementation

Upazila
level
Disaster
Tendancy
areas
Disaster
Tendancy
areas
Disaster
Tendancy
areas
Upazila
and
Union
level
Upazila
and
Union
level
Upazila
and
Union
level
Upazila
and
Union
level
Upazila
and
Union
level

Previously
disaster
Previously
disaster

Who will done and how many

Coordination
with
development
works

UP
Adminis
tration
80%

Comm
unity

UP

NGO

20%

10%

20%

50%

20%

Previously
disaster

10%

20%

50%

20%

Will
coordination

Previously
disaster

10%

20%

50%

20%

Will
coordination

Previously
disaster

10%

20%

50%

20%

Will
coordination

Previously
disaster

10%

20%

50%

20%

Will
coordination

Previously
disaster

10%

20%

50%

20%

Will
coordination

Previously
disaster

10%

20%

50%

20%

Will
coordination

Previously
disaster

50%

50%

Will
coordination

43

Will
coordination
Will
coordination

3.4.2 During disaster :


Sl.
#

Activities

Target

Budget

01

Rescue work

As per
need

40,000/-

02

Distribution of
relief

As per
need

100,000/-

03

Primary
treatment

As per
need

40,000/-

04

Treatment of
cattles

As per
need

20,000/-

05

Arrange safe
water

As per
need

25,000/-

06

Death
Management

As per
need

15,000/-

07

Provide security

2
groups

15,000/-

08

Emergency
control room
direction

3
groups

10,000/-

Where
implement

Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas

Tentative
date of
implement
ation
Disaster
period

Who will done and how many


UP
Commun
UP
NGO
Adminis
ity
tration
40%
10%
30% 20%

Coordination
with
development
works
Will
coordination

Disaster
period

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

Disaster
period

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

Disaster
period

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

Disaster
period

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

Disaster
period

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

Disaster
period

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

Disaster
period

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

3.4.3 After disaster:


Sl.
#

Activities

Target

Budget

01

Reestablish/repair
infrastructure
Primary
treatment

As per
need

500,000/-

As per
need

35,000/-

03

Start
communication

As per
need

20,000/-

04

Arrange safe
water

As per
need

20,000/-

05

Distribution of
relief

As per
need

60,000/-

06

People to return
home

As per
need

15,000/-

07

Death
management

As per
need

10,000/-

02

Where
implement

Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas
Disaster
affected
areas

Tentative
date of
implementat
ion

Who will done and how many


UP
Communit
UP
NGO
Adminis
y
tration

Coordination
with
development
works
Will
coordination

After
disaster

40%

10%

30%

20%

After
disaster

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

After
disaster

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

After
disaster

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

After
disaster

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

After
disaster

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

After
disaster

40%

10%

30%

20%

Will
coordination

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3.4.4 Normal period/risk reduction period:


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Activities

01

Hold exercises

02

To keep ready
volunteers
Establish Shelter
center
Maintain Shelter
Center
To keep ready
boats/vans/othe
r vehicles
Provide training
on how to
prepare safe
water
To keep ready
medicine and dry
food

03
04
05

06

07

Target

Budget

Where
implemen
t

Tentative
date of
implementa
tion

12,500/-

UP

Normal
period

35%

10%

25%

20%

5,000/-

UP

35%

10%

25%

20%

Will
coordination

2,00,000,
00/30,000/-

UP

35%

10%

25%

20%

Will
coordination

35%

10%

25%

20%

Will
coordination

As per
need

5,000/-

UP

Normal
period
Normal
period
Normal
period
Normal
period

35%

10%

25%

20%

Will
coordination

As per
need

30,000/-

UP

Normal
period

35%

10%

25%

20%

Will
coordination

As per
need

50,000/-

UP

Normal
period

35%

10%

25%

20%

Will
coordination

2 time
in a
year
18
pers.
4
01

UP

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Who will done and how many


UP
Communi
UP
NGO
Administ
ty
ration

Coordination
with
development
works
Will
coordination

4th Chapter : Emergency response


4.1 Emergency Operation Center (EOC) :
The main activities of Emergency Operation Center are coordination and effective immediate response during disaster. It
provides 24 hours services during disaster. It collects information, check and resource management in the main activities.
There are one operation room, one control room and one communication room in the Emergency Operation Center.
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01

Md. Hossain Faku

Name

Designation
Upazila Chairman

Mobile No.
01712-614503

02

Md. Mamun Ul Hasan

Upazila Nirbahee Officer

01914-479777

03
04
05

Md. Abdul Mannan


Md. Golam Azam
Syed Kamal Uddin Hyder

PIO
Upazila Social Service Officer
Upazila Statistical Officer

01715-008374
01712-089813
01738-737547

4.1.1. Operation of Emergency Control Room:

It is needed to operate an Emergency Control Room in the Upazila office instantly after disaster. There will be
atleast 3 to 4 volunteers and member of police must be present and they will work shifting.
Responsible persons of the Upazila will be responsible of the Control Room. 3 (three) volunteers team (1 team
consist atleast 3 members) will work day and night (24 hours) as shifting.
Whole time they will communicate with the Division/District level officials.
There will be a Control Room Register in the Control Room. When who will be perform responsibilities, what types
of messages receive during responsibilities, what news, where and whom send etc. messeges must be written in the
Control Room Register.
An Upazila Map must be hanged in the Upazila office wall with information of all unions situation, communication
with different villages, canals, barrage etc. should be indicated. In which areas are most losses must be indicated in
that map after disaster.
Required to hold reserves Radio, Hazzak, Charger light, Large Tourch Light 5 Nos. Gamboot, Life Jacket, Battery, Rain
Coat etc. in the Control room.

4.2. Planning during hazards


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Work

Target

When
done
Previousl
y disaster

Who
will
done
Union
DMC

Who will
provide
assistance
Union DMC and
NGO

01
.

To keep ready volunteers

18 pers.

02

Publicity alert messages

15,000/-

Previousl
y disaster

Union
DMC

Upazila and
Union DMC

03

To keep ready
boats/vans/other vehicles

10,000/-

Previousl
y disaster

Union
DMC

Upazila and
Union DMC

04

Rescue operation/ works

20,000/-

Union
DMC

Rescue team

05

Primary treatment/
health/ death
management

15,000/-

Disaster
period
and after
disaster
Disaster
period
and after
disaster

Union
DMC

Doctors group
and volunteers

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How done

Commun
ication

Through
communication

Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly

Through
volunteers, hand,
mega phone and
mike
Through
volunteers and
Union DMC
Stretcher through
communication

First Aid Box


through
communication

Remar
ks

06

To keep ready life support


medicine and dry food

30,000/-

Previousl
y disaster

Union
DMC

Family member
and DMC

Through
communication

07

Treatment of cattles

10,000/-

Union
DMC

Vatenary
doctors team

Through
communication

08

Maintained shelter center

50,000/-

Disaster
period
and after
disaster
Previousl
y disaster

Union
DMC

Upazila and
Union DMC

Through
communication

09

Coordinate relief
activities

50,000/-

Union
DMC

Upazila and
Union DMC

Through
communication

10

Hold exercise

20,000/-

Disaster
period
and after
disaster
Normal
period

Union
DMC

Upazila and
Union DMC

Through
communication

11

Direction of Emertency
control room

10,000/-

Disaster
period

Union
DMC

Upazila and
Union DMC

Through
communication

12

Establish communication
system

25,000/-

After
disaster

Union
DMC

Upazila and
Union DMC

Through
communication

Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly
Over
telephon
e and
directly

Guideline of Implementation Plan during Hazardous:


4.2.1

Stand by Volunteers:
Volunteers group formation in ward level by leadership of up members
Information & awareness messages published through the volunteers from village to village
Organize training for volunteers on different types of responsibility signal, withdraw messages. shelter management
and disaster risk reduction.

4.2.2

Awareness Messages Published:


UP member of each ward ensure the topics of awareness signal in each houses to his areas
Organize miking anounce 1 time in each hour when 5 no. awareness signals publish through radio, TV. When danger
signal publish through radio, TV then conteneously miking & danger signal bell of school, madrasha.

4.2.3

Community People withdrawl:


To start the withdrawl work for the community people UP member of each ward ensure the topics of awareness
signal in each houses to his areas
Organize miking anounce 1 time in each hour when 8 no. awareness signals publish through radio, TV. When danger
signal publish through radio, TV then conteneously miking & danger signal bell of school, madrasha.

4.2.4

Rescue and Primary Health Care:


It should be done to handover the most high risk areas for supervise to the member of related upazila disaster
management committee.
To organize a permanent fund for rescue supervises by the member of related upazila disaster management
committee.
It should be organize temporary health camp.
It should be done to send emergency to the hospital illness person, aged, child, immidiate delivery mother who stay
in shelter.

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4.2.5

4.2.6

4.2.7

4.2.8

4.2.9

4.2.10

4.2.11

Men & cattles buried related all activities should be done their duty ward wise the all up members through
assistance by volunteers

Maintenance of Shelter:
It should be repaire all shelter for usable before season of disaster.
To decide for take shelter in secured place or shelter at emergency moment.
To ensure overall security for women, children & disable (to take shelter in shelter center or any
other places) during disaster.
To ensure safe water supply & other services at shelter center.
To assist the community to transfer their assencial assets (cattles, emergency food etc.) in secured places.
Boat stand by:
Upazila Disaster Management Committee will count the number of engine driven boat & decide which boat should
be use emergency during disaster.
The owner of boat will assist them for this work.
The mobile number of boatowner & boatmen will preserve in the emergency control room

Need Assessment the losses of disaster & Reporting:


To send the SOS Form within 24 hours and Daw Form no less than 7 days after disaster to the Union Parishad
Chairman.
Union Parishad Chairman compile each ward report through UP Secretary for sent to Upazila Disaster Management
Committee within next 12 hours.
Coordination relief activities:
Union Parishad Chairman coordinates the relief activities of different relief & rehabilitation assistant team.
Which types of relief & rehabilitation goods bring the outsider relief distribution team should be entry in a register
& this team where distribute their relief should be inform control room.
Union Disaster Management Committee ensure sanction the distribute of relief at ward level basis on damages &
losage activities of different relief & rehabilitation goods among the community.
Collect & resurve dry food & life support medicines:
Collect dry food like as-chira, muri etc. from local hat/bazar for immidiate distribution.
Rice, wheat, oil etc. goods & materials of house building like as dheutin, perek, nylon etc.collect
from local hat/bazar.
Prepare the list of assencial drugs at union level to assistance by health assistant & family welfare assistant & collect
from local hat/bazar.
Union Parishad Chairman will responsible for relief goods transport carrying (rickshaw, babitexi & other teransport)
& travel for workers.
Cattles treatment/Immunization:
Collect essential drugs from upazila livestock hospital in the basis of situation for presurve at UP
Bhaban/health center
Provide training for the member of Union Disaster Management Committee on livestock.
if necessary experienced persons involve during hazardous period linkage with livestock treatment
Organize Reharsal:
Organize reharsal for aware/siren, withdrawl, rescue & primary relief activities.
Organize reharsal on disaster continiously in the storm/flood affected areas.
To bring the shelter sick, disable, pregnant mother & children specificly mention in reharsal.
To ensure the bring in shelter the community of highrisk village reharsal shiould be organize in the
highrisk village, not to UP Bhaban.

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4.2.12

4.2.13

Emergency Control Room guide:


Emergency Control Room will be set-up in the upazila/union parishad within the end of disaster & ensure the
present of 3 or 4 volunteers & village Police by rotationaly there
The member secretary of up other responsible persons will be overall responsible for the control room. There are
minimum 3 members in each team & in total 3 teams will be done their duty day to night by rotationaly. The
member secretary of up will be supervise alltime.
Shelters/Secured Places:
Identify the flood shelter centers what do not go under water during flood and far distance from river erosion.
Specific shelter, local school, college, government & non-government institution, high roads, barage should be uses
for Shelters/Secured Places.

4.2.14 List and description of secured places of the Upazila:

School cum shelter


center

Sheltercenters
Fort/Flood Shelter Center

Govt./Non-govt. institutions

Name
Par Sonaidanga Shelter Center

Name of union
Rakhalburuj

Capacity
110 pers.

Sonaigonga Govt. Primary School

Horirumpur

300 persons

Chakmakra Govt. Primary School


Uttar Dhormopur Govt. Primary
School
Shalmara Govt. Primary School
Baluya Govt. Primary School
Bamonhajra Reg. Primary School

Rakhalburuj
Rakhalburuj

200 persons
220 persons

Shalmara
Mohimagonj
Mohimagonj

170 persons
200 persons
200 persons

Ditto

UP Bhaban

Do not use as Shelter Center

Highway

There are no high road and barrage which is used as Shelter Center
Trimohonee ghat to Borodoho ghat
barrage
Katakhali to Boro Narayanpur
Fulhar Dangar hor to Bogdoho Bazzar

Taluk kanupur
Katabari

Noyapara Krishnopur to Horinathpur

Rakhalburuj

Barrage

Shakpala to Malador

Horirumpur

Fulbari

Bishawnathpur to Bogulagari barrage


Noliya Sluicegate to Borodoho
Madrasha barrage
Totoneepara to Shibpur
Kochashohor to Pachgachi bazzar
Shapmara Chairman house to
Kaiyagonj
Baluya Rakhalburuj to Bhangabari
Chakrahimpur to Shahebgonj

Dorobosto
Nakai
Shibpur
Shibpur
Gumaneegonj
Mohimagonj
Shapmara

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20 feet
height
8 feet height
12 feet
height
12 feet
height
12 feet
height
10 feet
height
8 feet height
8 feet height
8 feet height
12 feet
height
12 feet
height
10 feet
height

Remarks

Par Sonaigonga Shelter Center constructed in 2008. It is 2 stored building and nobody living there. There is no tube-well,
latrine in Par Sonaidanga shelter center but it is in good condition. Shelter center authority has not given any equipments to
the volunteers.
4.2.15 Formation Shelter Management Committee:

Shelter Management is very important part for disaster management. There are many shelter uselessed due to lake
of proper maitenance. So, Shelter Management include under disaster management plan.

4.2.16 Nessecity of shelter management:

To save life & assets during disaster


To save cattles life during disaster
To ensure use & maintenance of shelter

4.2.17 Shelter Management Committee:

The member of Shelter Management Committee is 7-9.


Formation 7-9 members committee coordination with up chairman/member, honorable person, social worker,
teacher, NGO worker, landgiver, volunteers etc.
Shelter Management Committee should be done their duty to conscent with community.
More then 50% members of the committee should be female.
To brief the responsibility of committee (Shelter Management related).
Committee will be done maintenance & overall management of shelter assist by local community
Committee will be organizing meeting time to time, the dicision of meeting should be entry in the register,
distribute the work for dicision implementation & fixed-up the time.
The list of Shelter Management Committee will be enclose with disaster management plan

4.2.18 Places use for shelter:

Specific shelter
Local school college
government & non-government institution
High roads, barage.

4.2.19 Needs of shelter:

Tant/polithin/O.R.S./fitkiri/some emergency medicine (paracitamol, flazil) water purifying tablet, bleaching powder
should be preserved in the shelter
Preserve drinking & cooking water
Sanitation system (male-female separate)
Separate bathroom for male-female
.Cleaning & wastage discharge
Security
Lighting
Highgienic place
Registration for sheltered people, list maintain of recieving goods & storing, & return their goods to the time of left.
To handover the responsibility to the specific worker & volunteers for management of shelter.]
To manage food & treatment for sheltered people
To give special care to pregnant women, aged person, disable.

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4.2.20 Uses of shelter:

Shelter usualy use for community during disaster


Shelter sould be use for different types of social development work in another time except disaster period.
Shelter sould be use for primary health care center.
Shelter sould be use for adult education center & school
Shelter sould be use for wareless station.

4.2.21 Maintenance of shelter:

Each of shelter should be maintain properly, specialy cleaning


Localy initiative should be take for protection (door,window, etc.)of shelter
To take initiative tree plantation as per planning to the land of shelter
Shelter will be lock another time except use of shelter
Shelter Management Committee will be formation to the direction of guideline.
The list of Shelter Management include with disaster management plan as encluse.

Maintenance of Flood Shelter:


Shelter center
Fort/Shelter
center/School
cum Shelter

Govt./Nongovernment
Institions/UP
Bhaban
Barrage

Name of Shelter center


Par Sonaigonga Shelter Center
Sonaigonga Govt. Primary School

Responsible persons
Mr. Jiaus Shams
Chowdhury
Rowshan Ara Begum

Chakmakra Govt. Primary School

Sofura Begum

Uttar Dhormopur Govt. Primary


School
Shalmara Govt. Primary School

Rabeya Khatun

Baluya Govt. Primary School

Selina Perveen

Bamonhajra Reg. Primary School

Md. Mahbubur
Rahman

Tanjila Begum

Designation
Chairman

Mobile No.
01913-727908

Head
Master
Head
Master
Head
Master
Head
Master
Head
Master
Head
Master

01821-293966
01729-828878
01724-553268
01729-714438
01715-662114
01727-742599

Union Parishod

NoUsed

Treemohoneeghat to
Borodohoghat barrage
Kathakhali to Boro Narayanpur

Md. Hafizar Rahman

Fulhardangar ho to Boghdoho
Bazzar
Noyapara Krishnopur to
Horinathpur
Shakpala to Malador
Bishawnathpur to Bogulagari
barrage
Nolila Sluicegate to Borodoho
Madrasha barrage
Toroneepara to Shibpur
Kochashohor to Pachgaci bazzar

Md. Azmol Hossain

Md. Abdul Bari

Md. Jeaus Shams


Chowdhury
Shantonu Kumar Deb
Mr. Shariful Islam
Prodhan
Md. Shah Alam
Mridha
Md. Nayeem Uddin
Md. Abdul Mannan

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UP Member

01719-616864

UP
Secretary
UP
Secretary
Chairman

01718-657821

Chairman
UP Member

01715-018952
01759-000128

UP Member

01715-410825

UP Member
UP Member

01718-875613
01719-736107

01711-467179
01913-727908

Shapmara Chairman house to


Kaiyagonj
Baluya Rakhalburuj to Vangabaree
Chakrahimpur to Shahebgonj
Highway

Sorker
Md. Helal Mondol

UP Member

01725-203025

Md. Mojibor Rahman


UP Member
Md. Mostafizer
UP Member
Rahman
There is no Highway and barrage what can uses as Shelter center

01718-864569
01737-006364

4.3 List of assets of Upazila (can uses during disaster period)


List of assets of Upazila, it description and name of responsible persons:

Insfrastructure /
Assets
Shelter center

Nos.

Name of Shelter Centers

Responsible persons
name

01

Par Sonaigonga Shelter


Center
Sonaigonga Govt. Primary
School
Chakmakra Govt. Primary
School
Uttar Dhormopur Govt.
Primary School
Shalmara Govt. Primary
School
Baluya Govt. Primary
School
Bamonhajra Reg. Primary
School

Mr. Jiaus Shams


Chowdhury
Rawshan Ara Begum

Chairman

01913-727908

Head Master

01821-293966

Sofura Begum

Head Master

01729-828878

Rabeya Khatun

Head Master

01724-553268

Tanjila Begum

Head Master

01729-714438

Selina Perveen

Head Master

01715-662114

Md. Mahbubur
Rahman

Head Master

01727-742599

02
03
04
05
06
07

Insfrastructure
/ Assets
Godown

Insfrastructure
/ Assets
Boat

Nos.
01

Gobindogonj Food Godown

Responsible persons
name
Bimol Kumar Modok

02

Gobindogonj Food Godown

Bimol Kumar Modok

03

Gobindogonj Food Godown

Bimol Kumar Modok

04
05
06

Mohimagonj Food Godown


Mohimagonj Food Godown
Kamdia UP Food Godown

Abdul Latif Prodhan


Abdul Latif Prodhan
Md. Mosahed

07

Kamdia UP Food Godown

Hossain Chowdhury
Bablu

Nos.

Name of Shelter Centers

Name of Shelter Centers

Designation

01

Nakai Union

Responsible persons
name
Mr. Hazrot Ali

02

Shalmara Union

Mr. Rahim Badsha

Mobile No.

Designation

Mobile No.

Food
Officer
Food
Officer
Food
Officer
Chairman
Chairman
UP
Member
Chairman

01839-669657

Designatio
n
UP
Member
UP
Member

Remarks

Remarks

01839-669657
01839-669657
10716-882047
10716-882047
01712-765252

Mobile No.

Rema
rks

01929-851492
01719-280861

4.4 Financing
The income sources of the Union Parishad are the collection of taxes, least of Hat/Bazzars, lease of ponds and cannels, fee of
trade Licese etc. But at present the Union Parishad is not controlling authority to provide lease of Hat/bazzar, lease of ponds
and cannels. Due to these causes, the income of Union Parisad has been reduced. But the Government of Bangladesh
handed over Tk. 1% to the initiative to provide cash taka 4/5lac directly to the Union Parishad.

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Income source of Union Parishad:


Each Union Parishad has a fund for the name of related Parishad.
(a) Own source (Tax of union, rate and fish)
Housing yearly tax
Tax from different Business, professions and livelihood (Trade License)
Income from source of License and permit fees
From local lease like
Lease of Hat/Bazzar
Lease of ghat
Lease of khas ponds
Lease of Khoyar
Tax from transportation except car
Income from assets
General fund of Union Parishad
(b) Self source (tax of Union, rate and fees)
Name of Union

Housing yearly
tax

Tax from different


Business,
professions and
livelihood (Trade
License)

License and
permit fees

local lease

Kamdia
Katabari
Shakhahar
Rajahar
Shapmara
Dorbosto
Talukkanupur
Nakai
Horirampur
Rakhalburuj
Fulbari
Gomanigonj
Kamardoho
Kochashohor
Shibpur
Mohimagonj
Shalmara
Total

2,48,550/2,54,000/1,86,300/1,50,300/1,42,000/1,22,600/1,32,600/1,44,500/1,88,000/1,62,600/1,56,000/1,73,200/1,61,700/1,44,600/1,90,000/1,63,600/1,25,300/-

7,650/3,800/4,100/3,000/2,800/2,000/1,800/2,800/2,200/1,190/2,800/1,800/3,600/3,000/2,500/1,700/1,600/-

5,400/2,860/1,400/1,660/1,800/2,600/2,200/2,160/2,660/1,500/3,200/2,000/2,800/3,000/3,400/3,800/4,320/-

3,20,000/2,62,800/2,80,000/1,62,500/2,86,000/2,70,800/2,65,300/2,73,400/2,81,900/2,60,000/1,88,000/1,66,500/1,72,000/1,90,000/1,64,200/1,96,800/1,56,300/-

Income
from
assets

750/330/560/780/340/360/700/580/410/560/780/860/300/420/480/560/860/-

General fund
of Union
Parishad

7,50,000/4,40,400/5,42,400/5,56,600/5,40,600/4,78,700/4,61,800/3,54,200/3,60,000/5,78,300/5,62,300/4,60,400/3,51,000/5,86,000/6,64,000/3,66,300/3,78,200/-

Total

13,32,350/9,64,190/10,14,760/8,74,840/9,73,540/8,77,060/8,64,400/7,77,640/8,35,170/10,04,150/9,13,080/8,04,760/6,91,400/9,27,020/10,24,580/7,32,760/6,66,580/152,78,280/-

(B) Govt. grants :


Development Sectors
1. Agriculture
2. Health and Sanitation
3. Construction and repair of Roads
4. Construction and repair of Roads
5. Development assistance fund

Establishment
1. Remuneration of Chairman and members
2. Honorarium and other remuneration of Secretary and other staffs
(Each Chairman : Govt. BDT. 1475/- and from UP BDT. 1525/-, each UP Member : Govt. 950/- from UP 1200/-, Secretary (17
persons) 204,175/-, each Dofader 2100/- and each Gram Police 1900/-)
Others
1. Land transfer tax 1%

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(C) Local Govt. source


UP
District
Getting more facilities depands on capacity of Union Parishad, transparent and above all good governance. Union Parishad
identify their main disaster what are create barriers to the development of Union Parishad and as per main barriers they
provide prior basis facilities. Each developmental project preparation, financing and implement will be considered risk
reduction of the disaster.

Workplan upto date and temptation:


Formed 2 follow-up committees for development of planning.

Follow-up Committee
1) Planning Follow-up Committee)
2) Implementation of planning and Maintenance Committee

Planning Follow-up Committee


Planning Writing and Submission Committee with 5 members
1. Chairman
2. Secretary
3. NGO representative
4. Members from General Committee

Planning Follow-up Committee : Horirumpur Union Parishad


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03
04

Name

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Member

Md. Azharul Islam


ABM. Asadul Baree
Md. Shafikul Islam
Md. Hafizer Rahman

Mobile
01933-315230
01718-657821
01940-679455
01719-616864

Planning Follow-up Committee : Rakhalburuj Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Jiaus Shams Chowdhury
Md. Taherul Islam
Md. Faruque Hossain
Md. Ashraful Alam
Md. Shamsul Huq

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01913-727908
01721-545577
01763-451978
01784-637381
01716-712820

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Member

Mobile
01728-277040
01719-617581
01940-679455
01719-616864

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01717-424435
01731-108907
01918-557997
01767-303591
01982-370886

Planning Follow-up Committee : Talukkanupur Union Parishad


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02
03
04

Name
Md. Mohosin Ali
Md. Abdur Razzak
Md. Abdur Rahim
Md. Kazem Uddin

Planning Follow-up Committee : Nakai Union Parishad


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Name
Md. Wahedunnobi Sarker
Md. Afser Ali Pramanik
Tahmina Akhter
Md. Golam Mostafa
Md. Amir Hossain

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Planning Follow-up Committee : Dorobosto Union Parishad


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04

Name
A.R.M Shariful Islam
Nazmul Huda
Shariful Islam
Abdul Baki Prodhan

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Member

Mobile
01716-063919
01920-271660
01759-000128
01767-859210

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
Member

Mobile
01716-882047
01714-659402
01745-434010
01718-864569

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01715-018952
01712-390817
01814-563996
01816-685231
01715-482308

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01712-765252
01745-326740
01722-727341
01711-413749
01820-527376

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01715-018923
01740-981414
01751-393434
01736-097400
01817-358954

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Member

Mobile
01719-134223
01711-467179
01936-560872

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01712-607860
01721-706832
01764-989454
01719-736107
01718-875613

Planning Follow-up Committee : Mohimagonj Union Parishad


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Name
Md. Abdul Latif
Md. Yunus Ali
Mst. Anjuyara
Md. Mojibor Rahman

Planning Follow-up Committee : Fulbari Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05

Name
Sushanto Kumar Deb
Abdul Motin Sarker
Jhorna Rani
Taposh Mohonto
Md. Mozammel Huq

Planning Follow-up Committee : Kamdia Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Mosahed Hossain Chowdhury
Md. Farukul Islam
Sree Jagadish Chandro
Md. Nazmul Hossain
Md. Abdul Mozid Mondol

Planning Follow-up Committee : Shalmara Union Parishad


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03
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05

Name
Md. Amir Hossain Shameem
Md. Dewan Emdadul Huq
Mst. Sultana
Md. Sazedur Rahman
Md. Niyamul Islam

Planning Follow-up Committee : Katabari Union Parishad


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02
03
04

Name
Jobayer Hasan Md. Shafiq Mahmud
Md. Azmol Hossain
Md. Abul Kalam
Md. Azizar Rahman

Planning Follow-up Committee : Shibpur Union Parishad


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02
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Name
Md. Houhidul Islam Prodhan (Shaheen)
Md. Shahabul Islam
Rotna Begum
Abdul Mannan Sorker
Mr. Noimuddin

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Planning Follow-up Committee : Shapmara Union Parishad


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02
03
04

Name
Md. Tofazzal Hossain Sorder
Md. Abdul Wahed
Md. Selim Mondol
Md.Rafiqul Islam

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Member

Mobile
01722-935657
01717-544016
01722-626491
01738-336512

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01716-320257
01761-565602
01751-394340
01724-141457
01716-252699

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01718-253258
01724-623408
01724-622681
01735-591560
01770-636285

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01721-420283
01718-875989
01738-053254
01712-315560
01761-343454

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01712-512358
01834-236883
01725-762926
01719-794007
01716-345059

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01712-107554
01716-884503
01773-320972
01762-608693
01737-657365

Planning Follow-up Committee : Kochashohor Union Parishad


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Name
Md. Abu Sufian Mondol
Md. Mozder Rahman
Mst. Shammi Akhter (Sumi)
Md. Abdul Mannan
Md. Shah Borhan Uddin

Planning Follow-up Committee : Rajahar Union Parishad


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05

Name
Md. Aminul Islam (Nannu)
Bishnupodo Dash
Mst. Hosne-ara-Begum
Md. Solaiman
Md. Anser Ali

Planning Follow-up Committee : Kamardoho Union Parishad


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04
05

Name
Md. Ataul Huq
Khondoker Md. Abu Jafor Siddique
Mst. Suriya Begum
Md. Rashidul Islam
Md. Rabbanee

Planning Follow-up Committee : Gumanigonj Union Parishad


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Name
Md. Faruk Kabir Ahammed
Md. Rokonuzzaman
Mst. Golapee Begum
Md. Tofazzal Hossain
Md. Motaher Uddin

Planning Follow-up Committee : Shakhahar Union Parishad


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Name
Md. Abdul Mannan Mondol
Md. Alamgeer Sorker
Mst. Rujina Akhter
Md. Golzer Rahman
Md. Sahadul Islan

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Implementation of planning and Maintenance Committee:


Implementation of planning and Maintenance Committee consist 7 members:

1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)

Chairman
Secretary
Woman Secretary
Govt. representative
NGO representative
Members from General Committee

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Horirumpur Union Parishad


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06

Name
Md. Azharul Islam Biplob
ABM Asadul Baree
Mst. Parveen Begum
Md. Touhidul Islam
Md. Shafiqul Islam
Md. Hafizer Rahman

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
Member
Member

Mobile
01933-315230
01718-657821
01926-595526
01722-848350
01940-679455
01719-616864

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Rakhalburuj Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06

Name
Md. Jiyaus Shams Chowdhury
Md. Taherul Islam
Mst. Ruma Begum
Md. Faruk Hossain
Md. Ashraful Alam
Md. Shamsul Huq

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01913-727908
01721-545577
01845-218374
01763-451978
01784-637381
01716-712820

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Talukkanupur Union Parishad


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02
03
04

Name

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Member

Md. Mohosin Ali


Md. Abdur Razzak
Md. Abdur Rahim
Md. Kazem Uddin

Mobile
01728-277040
01719-617581
01940-679455
01719-616864

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Nakai Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06
07

Name
Md. Wahedunnabi Sarker
Md. Afser Ali Pramanik
Mst. Shahida Begum
Sree Gogodish Chandro
Tahmina Akhter
Md. Golam Mostafa
Md. Amir Hossain

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01717-424435
01731-108907
01916-433367
01724-107367
01918-557997
01767-303591
01982-370886

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Dorobosto Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06

Name

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
Member
Member

ARM Shariful Islam


Nazmul Huda
Mst. Dulalee Begum
Ashraful Islam
Shariful Islam
Abdul Baki Prodhan

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Mobile
01716-063919
01920-271660
01729-660442
01715-765492
01759-000128
01767-859210

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Mohimagonj Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Abdul Latif
Md. Yunus Ali
Mst. Anjuyara
Md. Mahmudur Hasan
Md. Mojubor Rahman

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
Member
Member

Mobile
01716-882047
01714-659402
01745-434010
01755-566618
01718-864569

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Fulbari Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06
07

Name
Sushanto Kumar Deb
Abdul Motin Sarker
Mst. Parul Akhter
Md. Ataur Rahman
Jhorna Ranee
Taposh Mohonto
Md. Mozammel Huq

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01715-018952
01712-390817
01764-822976
01753-761820
01814-563996
01816-685231
01715-482308

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Kamdia Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06
07

Name
Md. Mosahed Hossain Chowdhury
Md. Rafukul Islam
Mst. Nasrin Akhter
Md. Rayhan
Sree Gogodish Chandro
Md. Nazmul Hossain
Md. Abdul Mozid Mondol

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01712-765252
01745-326740
01762-752972
01718-460874
01722-727341
01711-413749
01820-527376

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Shalmara Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06
07

Name
Md. Amir Hossain Shameem
Md. Dewan Emdadul Huq
Mst. Lovely
Md. Abdur Razzak
Mst. Sultana
Md. Sazedur Rahman
Md. Niamul Islam

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
H.A.
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01715-018923
01740-981414
01761-007302
01922-108627
01751-393434
01736-097400
01817-358954

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Katabari Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05

Name
Jobayer Hasan Md. Shafik Mahmud
Md. Azmol Hossain
Kulsum Begum
Md. Abul Kalam
Md. Azizer Rahman

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
Member
Member

Mobile
01719-134223
01711-467179
01675-540991
01936-560872

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Shibpur Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06
07

Name
Md. Touhidul Islam Prodhan (Shaheen)
Md. Shahabul Islam
Mst. Sufia Begum
Md. Moshiur Rahman
Amirul Islam
Abdul Mannan Sarker
Mr. Noimuddin

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
NGO worker
Member
Member

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Mobile
01712-607860
01721-706832
01770-890506
01938-825661
01764-989454
01719-736107
01718-875613

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Shapmara Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06

Name
Md. Tofazzal Hossain Sorder
Md. Abdul Wahed
Mst. Saleha Begum
Md. Mizanur Rahman
Md. Salim Mondol
Md. Rafiqul Islam

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
Member
Member

Mobile
01722-935657
01717-544016
01737-485027
01719-828132
01722-626491
01738-336512

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Kochashohor Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06
07

Name
Md. Abu Sufiyan Mondon
Md. Mozder Rahman
Mst. Shamima Begum
Md. Sarowar Hossain
Mst. Shamee Akhter (Sume)
Md. Abdul Mannan
Md. Shah Borhan Uddin

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01716-320257
01761-565602
01764-846208
01719-536388
01751-394340
01724-141457
01716-252699

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Rajahar Union Parishad


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03
04
05
06
07

Name
Md. Aminul Islam (Nannu)
Bishnpodo Dash
Mst. Rowshan-ara-Begum
Md. Mominur Rahman
Mst. Hosne-ara-begum
Md. Solaiman
Md. Ansar Ali

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01718-253258
01724-623408
01744-323758
01714-622681
01724-622681
01735-591560
01770-636285

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Kamardoho Union Parishad


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03
04
05
06
07

Name
Md. Abaul Huy
Khondoker Md. Abu Jafor Siddiquee
Mst. Lota Begum
Md. Mojibur Rahman
Mst. Suraiya Begum
Md. Rashidul Islam
Md. Rezanul Islam

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01721-420283
01718-875989
01851-502920
01728-165397
01738-053254
01712-315560
01712-438038

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Gumanigonj Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06

Name
Md. Faruk Kabir Ahamed
Md. Rokonuzzaman
Mst. Selina Akhter
Mst. Golapee Begum
Md. Tofazzal Hossain
Md. Motahar Uddin

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
NGO worker
Member
Member

Mobile
01712-512358
01834-236883
01760-122779
01725-762926
01719-794007
01716-345059

Planning Implementation and Maintenance Committee: Shakhahar Union Parishad


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02
03
04
05
06
07

Name
Md. Abdul Mannan Mondol
Md. Alamgir Sarker
Mst. Halima Begum
Mst. Huyamiya Khatun
Mst. Rujiba Akhter
Md. Golzer Rahman
Md. Sahadul Islam

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
S.A.A.O.
NGO worker
Member
Member

59

Mobile
01712-107554
01716-884503
01790-956974
01832-501351
01773-320972
01762-608693
01737-657365

5th Chapter : Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.1 Evaluation of losses

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Union : Horirumpur
Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning
5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
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Name
Md. Azharul Islam

02
03
04

Md. Asadul Baree


Mst. Parvin Begum
Md. Nayan Mia Sarker

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01933-315230

Secretary
UP Woman Member
Social Worker

01718-657821
01926-595526
01749-125841

Designation
Member
Social Worker
Social Worker
Teachers
Secretary

Mobile
01716-320253
01724-391563
01924-003959
01739-121644
01718-657821

Designation
Member
Member
Social Worker
Businessman
Secretary

Mobile
01917-220827
01937-873807
01924-003959
01719-220964
01718-657821

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Social Worker
Social Worker
Businessman

Mobile
01933-315230
01718-657821
01926-595526
01721-711116
01713-733951

5.2.2 Clean ruins


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03
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05

Name
Md. Mahabul Islam
Md. Shahidul Islam
Mst. Shahida Begum
Md. Shahidur Rahman
Md. Asadul Baree

5.2.3 Community service re-start


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Name
Md. Babul Prodhan
Md. Nuru Miah
Mst. Shahida Khatun
Md. Harunur Rashid
Md. Asadul baree

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


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Name
Md. Azaharul Islam
Md. Asadul Baree
Mst. Parveen Begum
Md. Shafiqul Islam
Md. Belal Hossain

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Union : Kamdia

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
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Name
Md. Mosahed Hossain Chowdhury

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01712-765252

02
03
04
05

Md. Nazmul Hossain


Mst. Nasreen Akhter
Ferdous Ahammed
Md. Faruqul Islam

Member
Member
Elite person
Secretary

01711-413749
01762-752972
01729-892295
01745-326740

Designation
Chairman
Member
Elite person
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01712-765252
01722-960831
01717-089260
01761-717408
01745-326740

Designation
Chairman
Member
Social Worker
Reserve UP Woman Member
Secretary

Mobile
01712-765252
01820-827376
01719-668730
01744-460346
01745-326740

Designation
Chairman
Member
Social Worker
Reserve UP Woman Member
Secretary

Mobile
01712-765252
01711-414469
01720-314647
01823-373860
01745-326740

5.2.2 Clean ruins


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Name
Md. Mosahed Hossain Chowdhury
Md. Sekandar Ali
Md. Jobayer Hossain
Bijoya Rani
Md. Farukul Islam

5.2.3 Public service re-start


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Name
Md. Mosahed Hossain Chowdhury
Md. Abdul Mozid
Md. Momotaj Uddin
Mst. Fahima Begum
Md. Farukul Islam

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


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Name
Md. Mosahed Hossain Chowdhury
Md. Hafizer Rahman
Md. Mamunur Rashid
Mst. Nazrin Akhter
Md. Farukul Islam

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Union : Katabari

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
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Name
Jobayer Hasan Md. Shafik

02
03
04
05

Md. Azmol Hossain


Mst. Selina Begum
Md. Abul Kalam
Md. Rezaul Karim

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01719-134223

Secretary
UP Woman Member
UP Member
Elite person

01711-467179
01741-458205
01737-657085
01735-461088

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Teacher
Woman Member

Mobile
01719-134223
01711-467179
01724-106951
01713-767717
01762-927123

Designation
Member
Elite person
UP Woman Member
Businessman
Secretary

Mobile
01721-126079
01738-677388
01982-370297
01716-215772
01711-467179

Designation
Chairman
Elite person
Member
Member
Secretary

Mobile
01719-134223
01738-677388
01752-460630
01822-387504
01711-467179

5.2.2 Clean ruins


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02
03
04
05

Name
Jobayer Hasan Md. Shafik
Md. Azmol Hossain
Md. Khorshed Alam
Nurul Hasan Bama
Kulsum Begum

5.2.3 Public service re-start


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03
04
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Name
Md. Abdul Kader
Md. Alamgir Akhand
Mst. Nafisi Begum
Md. Motahar Mahbub
Md. Azmol Hossain

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


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Name
Jobayer Hasan Md. Shafik
Md. Alamgir Akhand
Khaja Miah
Md. Shafiqul Islam
Md. Azmol Hossain

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Union : Shakahar

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
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Name
Md. Abdul Mannan Mondol

02
03
04
05

Md. Alamgir Hossain


Mst. Hasina Begum
Abdul Hi Siddik
Abdur Nur Prodhan

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01712-107554

Secretary
UP Woman Member
Member
Elite person

01925-482885
01747-677298
01713-710400
01718-069717

Designation
Member
Member
Elite person
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01738-922188
01736-332158
01710-189882
01733-255088
01925-482885

Designation
Member
Member
Elite person
Woman Member
Secretary

Mobile
01744-323621
01729-660445
01737-657365
01762-909281
01925-482885

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Business
Social Worker

Mobile
01712-107554
01925-482885
01744-666421
01740-805020
01785-414314

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Golzer Hossain
Md. Abdur Rouf
Md. Mazidul Islam
Md. Mosiduzzaman
Md. Alamgir Hossain

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Abdur Rahman
Mehedi Hasan Panna
Sahadun Islam
Munnujan Begum
Mr. Alamgir Hossain

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Abdul Mannan Mondol
Md. Alamgir Hossain
Faridul Islam
Shariful Islam
Moulee Akhter

63

Union : Rajahar

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Md. Aminul Islam

Name

02
03
04
05

Bishnu Podo Kormoker


Mst. Rowshon-ara
Md. Abdus Sobhan
Md. Ansar Ali

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01718-253258

Secretary
UP Woman Member
Member
Member

01724-623408
01762-762212
01741-320227
01770-636285

Designation
Member
Member
UP Woman Member
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01723-252198
01735-691560
01768-825505
01713-763197
01724-623408

Designation
Member
Member
UP Woman Member
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01755-240622
01770-636285
01781-022288
01727-443514
01724-623408

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
UP Woman Member
Businessman

Mobile
01718-253258
01724-623408
01739-161271
01762-762212
01731-982772

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Obaidul Islam
Md. Solaiman Ali
Mst. Mukte Ara Begum
Saidur Rahman
Bishnu podo Kormoker

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md Imdadul Huq
Md. Ansar Ali
Mst. Rowshan-ara
Sujon Miah
Bishnu podo Kormoker

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Aminul Islam
Bishnu podo Kormoker
Akber Ali Sarker
Rowshan-ara-Begum
Abdul Latif

64

Union : Shalmara

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Name
Tofazzal Hossain Sorder

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01712-935657

02
03
04
05

Md. Mostafizur Rahman


Md. Shah Alam
Md. Selim Mondol
Md. Shahidul Islam

Member
Member
Member
Member

01737-006364
01768-977970
01722-626491
01739-463285

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Member
Member

Mobile
01712-935657
01717-544016
01765-952969
01738-336515
01727-591223

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Member
Member
Member

Mobile
01712-935657
01717-544016
01714-511787
01740-811110
01732-083015

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Elite person
UP Member
UP Member

Mobile
01712-935657
01717-544016
01710-189078
01713-647955
01722-626491

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Tofazzal Hossain Sorder
Abdul Wahed
Md. Moklesur Rahman
Md. Rafiqul Islam
Md. Zahangir Alam

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Tofazzal Hossain Sarder
Abdul Wahed
Abdul Mannan
Md. Mosharraf Hossain
Akkas Ali

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Tofazzal Hossain Sorder
Abdul Wahed
Md. Shah Alam
Abdul Kader
Md. Selim Mondol

65

Union : Dorbosto

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Name
Md. Shariful Islam

02
03
04
05

Md. Nazmul Huda


Mst. Rikta Begum
Md. Shamsul Alam
Md. Shariful Islam

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01716-063919

Secretary
UP Woman Member
UP Member
UP Member

01920-271660
01749-755314
01741-036551
01759-000128

Designation
UP Member
UP Member
Elite person
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01735-610164
01711-319917
01719-125783
01740-563244
01920-271660

Designation
Secretary
UP Member
UP Woman Member
Social Worker
Businessman

Mobile
01920-271660
01914-393877
01749-602775
01729-660442
01724-564632

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
UP Woman Member
UP Member
Social Worker

Mobile
01716-063919
01920-271660
01740-997801
01721-213564
01930-318633

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Babu Mohonto
Md. Shahjahan Ali
Md. Lokman Hakim
Md. Mazedur Rahman
Md. Nazmul Huda

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
Name
01
Md. Nazmul Huda
02
Md. Shahidul Islam
03
Mst. Dulalee Begum
04
Mr. Motier Rahman
05
Mr. Nazrul Islam
5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance
Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Shariful Islam
Md. Nazmul Huda
Mst. Mollika Begum
Md. Shahidul Islam
Md. Abdul Bakee Prodhan

66

Union : Talukkanupur

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Md. Mohosin Ali

Name

02
03
04
05

Md. Abdur Razzak


Mst. Munni Begum
Md. Abdur Rahim Sarker
Md. Jafirul Islam

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01728-277040

Secretary
UP Woman Member
UP Member
Social Worker

01719-617581
01744-802777
01718-083040
01744-866877

Designation
Secretary
UP Member
UP Woman Member
UP Member
Social Worker

Mobile
01719-617581
01735-402838
01714-694976
01733-137715
01742-866008

Designation
UP Member
UP Member
Elite person
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01713-773873
01753-454398
01738-542023
01746-497873
01719-617581

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Elite Person
Woman Member
Social Worker

Mobile
01728-277040
01719-617581
01729-870763
01714-694976
01772-894747

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Abdur Razzak
Md. Kasem Uddin
Mst. Munna Begum
Md. Bulu Miah
Md. Nur Alam Fakir

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Ayub Hossain
Md. Zahidul Islam
Md. Abdur Rashid
Md. Rafiqul Islam
Md. Abdur Razzak

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Mohosin Ali
Md. Abdur Razzak
Md. Hafizer Rahman
Mst. Shopna Begum
Md. Mosharraf Hossain

67

Union : Rakhalburuj

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Name
Md. Jiaus Shams Chowdhury

02
03
04
05

Mst. Ruma Begum


Md. Anamul Huq
Kazi Shaharun Luna
Md. Taherul Islam

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01913-727908

UP Member
UP Member
Social Worker
UP Member

01932-759062
01714-622660
01724-068044
01721-545577

Designation
UP Member
UP Member
UP Woman Member
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01940-679522
01729-871160
01937-482058
01921-351674
01721-545577

Designation
UP Member
UP Member
Social Worker
Businessman
Secretary

Mobile
01750-490045
01924-990285
01932-610172
01748-976602
01721-545577

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Woman Member
Member
Social Worker

Mobile
01913-727908
01721-545577
01932-759062
01937-708188
01724-068044

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Ashraful Alam
Sree Pronoy Bikash Deb
Mst. Shahida Begum
Md. Abdul Latif Sarker
Md. Taherul Islam

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Shamsul Huq
Md. Anas Uddin Sarker
Mst. Rajia Begum
Ruhul Amin Prodhan
Md. Taherul Islam

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Jiaus Shams Chowdhury
Md. Taherul Islam
Mst. Ruma Begum
Md. Zahangir Alam
Kazi Sharun Luna

68

Union : Fulbari

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Name
Shantonu Kumar Deb

02
03
04
05

Mst. Moslema Begum


Taposh Chandro Mohonto
Abdul Wahab Sarker
Abdul Motin Sarker

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01715-018452

Reserve UP Woman Member


UP Member
UP Member
Secretary

01724-623263
01915-713075
01922-843347
01712-390817

Designation
UP Member
Reserve UP Woman Member
UP Member
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01912-344188
01925-586796
01740-865089
01774-518977
01712-390817

Designation
UP Member
UP Member
Reserve UP Woman Member
Social Worker
Businessman

Mobile
01748-360078
01757-970010
01717-163973
01716-038308
01713-267204

Designation
Chairman
UP Member
Reserve UP Woman Member
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01715-018452
01740-865089
01925-586796
01713-767204
01712-390817

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Shahalam
Mst. Rowshan-ara
Md. Golam Hossain
Md. Saiful Islam
Md. Abdul Motin Sarker

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Sobuj Miah
Md. Mozammel Sarker
Mst. Nasima Begum
Md. Babon Kumar
Md. Shafiqul Islam

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Shantonu Kumar Deb
Md. Golam Hossain
Mst. Rowshan-ara
Kazi Shams Uddin
Md. Abdur Motin Sarker

69

Union : Gumanigonj

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Md. S.M. Ripon

Name

02
03
04
05

Mst. Selina Begum


Md. Imrul Kayes
Md. Sohel Rana
Md. Rokonuzzaman

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01711-009857

Reserve UP Woman Member


UP Member
UP Member
Secretary

01731-355622
01733-138271
01736-647531
01834-236883

Designation
UP Member
UP Member
Businessman
Reserve UP Woman Member
Secretary

Mobile
01710-815823
01759-142849
01716-345059
01724-069343
01834-236883

Designation
UP Member
Reserve UP Woman Member
Businessman
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01719-794007
01715-385522
01725-213025
01728-165514
01834-236883

Designation
Chairman
Reserve UP Woman Member
Social Worker
UP Member
Secretary

Mobile
01711-009857
01724-069343
01729-120546
01733-137271
01834-236883

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Rafiqul Alam
Md. Sabu Mridha
Md. Mahtab Uddin
Mst. Sanjida Begum
Md. Rokonuzzaman

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Tofazzal Hossain
Mst. Momotaj Begum
Md. Helal Mondol
Md. Shahjahan Sarker
Md. Rokonuzzaman

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. S.M. Ripon
Mst. Sanjida Begum
Md. Nuruzzaman
Md. Imrul Kayes
Md. Rokonuzzaman

70

Union : Kamardoho

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Syed Shariful Islam

Name

02
03
04
05

Khandaker Md. Abu Zafor Siddiquee


Mst. Lota Begum
Md. Sonom Talukder
Md. Golam Rabbanee

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01712-275020

Secretary
UP Woman Member
Elite person
Elite person

01718-875989
01764-950668
01719-737739
01761-343454

Designation
UP Member
UP Member
Social Worker
UP Woman Member
Elite person

Mobile
01712-315560
01735-560630
01712-576490
01722-327057
01730-999020

Designation
Chairman
UP Member
UP Member
Elite person
Social Worker

Mobile
01712-275020
01718-875989
01848-104384
01763-465607
01717-018283

Designation
Chairman
Secretary
Teacher
Social Worker
UP Member

Mobile
01712-275020
01718-875989
01714-547929
01772-856146
01750-355631

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Rashidul Islam
Md. Jalal Uddin Khan
Shahjahan Ali Sarker
Mst. Fahima Begum
Md. Battchu Meer

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Syed Shariful Islam
Khandaker Md. Abu Zafor Siddquee
Md. Afzal Sheikh
Md. Ashraful Islam
Tarek Mondol

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Syed Shariful Islam
Khandaker Md. Abu Zafor Siddquee
Md. Doulatuzzaman
Mr. Saidul Islam
Abdus Salam Pramanik

71

Union : Shibpur

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds
etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Name
Md. Towhidul Islam Prodhan

02
03
04
05

Mst. Sufia Begum


Md. Khaibor Ali
Md. Hasan Uddin Prodhan
Md. Shahabul Islam

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01712-607860

Reserve UP Woman Member


UP Member
Social Worker
Secretary

01770-890506
01710-125923
01745-501425
01721-706832

Designation
UP Member
UP Member
UP Member
Businessman
Secretary

Mobile
01718-314509
01718-875613
01719-736107
01738-147966
01721-706832

Designation
UP Member
Reserve UP Woman Member
UP Member
Social Worker
Secretary

Mobile
01716-286339
01747-674637
01773-674832
01725-092561
01721-706832

Designation
Chairman
Reserve UP Woman Member
UP Member
Businessman
Secretary

Mobile
01712-607860
01738-147966
01719-736107
01713-736949
01721-706832

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Abdul Khalek Sorker
Md. Noim Uddin
Abdul Mannan Sarker
Md. Monirul Alam
Md. Shahabul Islam

5.2.3 Public service re-start


Sl.#
Name
01
Md. Azadul Islam
02
Mst. Monowara Begum
03
Md. Zafrul Islam Sarker
04
Md. Inul Huq
05
Md. Shahabul Islam
5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance
Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Towhidul Islam Sarker
Mst. Selina Begum
Md. Abdul Mannan Sarker
Md. Abu Azam
Md. Shahabul Islam

72

Union : 8 No. Nakai

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds
etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
01

Name
Md. Wahedunnabee Sarker

02
03
04

Mst. Nuree Begum


Md. Azaduzzaman
Md. Afsar Ali

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01717-424435

Woman Member
Member
Secretary

01923-640130
01740-327334
01731-108907

Designation
Member
Member
Woman Member
Teacher
Elite person

Mobile
01932-996756
01929-851492
01916-433367
01718-859284
01725-608549

Designation
Member
Member
Woman Member

Mobile
01718-314532
01916-848989
01925-335343

Designation
Member
Member
Elite person
Elite person

Mobile
01724-215320
01715-410825
01758-447719
01721-020067

5.2.2 Clean ruins


Sl.#
01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Amir Hossain
Md. Hazrat Ali
Mst. Shahida Begum
Md. Sadequr Rahman
Md. Azahar Ali

5.2.3 Public service re-start


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02
03

Name
Mst. Zakia Nahar
Md. Fazlul Huq
Md. Shabur Rahman Shaheen

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


Sl.#
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02
03
04

Name
Md. Golam Mowla
Mr. Shah Alam
Mr. Amzad Hossain
Mr. Yunus Mondol

73

Union : 12 No. Kochashohor

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds
etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
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Name
Md. Abu Sufian Mondol

02
03
04
05

Mst. Nasima Akhter


Md. Abdul Motin
Md. Shariful Islam
Md. Mofazzal Hossain

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01716-320257

Woman Member
Member
Teacher
Elite person

01755-495969
01732-305038
01716-526924
01766-921270

Designation
Woman Member
Secretary
Member
Teacher

Mobile
01726-505798
01761-565602
01724-141457
01714-558937

Designation
Woman Member
Member
Member
Teacher
Elite person

Mobile
01734-509548
01717-256784
01722-070280
01734-210735
01710-148259

Designation
Member
Member
Elite person

Mobile
01716-252699
01720-410956
01714-712404

5.2.2 Clean ruins


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02
03
04

Name
Mst. Shameema Begum
Md. Mozder Rahman
Md. Abdul Mannan Sarker
Md. Shahjahan Ali

5.2.3 Public service re-start


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02
03
04
05

Name
Mst. Sabera Begum
Md. Ataur Sarker
Md. Abdus Sobhan
Md. Sekendar Ali
Dr. Rubel

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


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02
03

Name
Md. Borhan Uddin
Md. Saljer Rahman
Md. Jahirul Islam

74

Union : 16 No. Mohimagonj

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds
etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
Sl.#
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Name
Md. Abdul Latif Prodhan

02
03
04

Mst. Anjuyara Begum


Md. Golam Rahman
Md. Yunus Ali

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01716-882047

Woman Member
Member
Secretary

01745-434010
01934-150260
01714-659402

Designation
Woman Member
Member
Member
Elite person
Elite person

Mobile
01760-124462
01718-864569
01732-570741
01716-263914
01714-751495

Designation
Member
Member
Woman Member
Elite person
Elite person

Mobile
01717-211765
01716-936481
01716-210127
01733-166623
01733-567681

Designation
Member
Member
Woman Member
Elite person

Mobile
01933-305952
01719-280861
01739-177643
01917-235665

5.2.2 Clean ruins


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02
03
04
05

Name
Mst. Shahnaj Begum
Md. Mojibor Rahman
Md. Mahmudul Hasan
Md. Anowarul Islam
Md. Khorshed Alam Polash

5.2.3 Public service re-start


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02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Akmol Hossain
Md. Mojibor Rahman
Mst. Fency Begum
Md. Shaheen Miah
Md. Tozammel Huq Tota

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


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02
03
04

Name
Md. Aminur Rahman
Md. Rahim Badsha
Mst. Shahina Khatun
Md. Abdur Razzak Polash

75

Union : 17 No. Shalimar

Description of sector-wise damages due to disaster:

Sectors
Agriculture
Fisheries
Vegetation
Health
Livelihood
Water
Infrastructure

Description
Losses of crops, lands broken, wearing sand land as a result land losses its fertility, losses seedbeds
etc.
Ponds fishes were washed away in the flood and ponds are break.
Plants break and losses the plants.
People dies, suffering different types of diseases as a result they losses their working power.
People faces different types of problems during disaster. They have no work in that time so they fall
problems to their livelihood.
People faces problem to collect safe drinking water during and after disaster.
Damage houses, institutions, bridges, culverts and people are shelterless

Rescue and Rehabilitation Planning


5.2 Rapid/advance recoveries 5.2.1 Administrative re-established
5.2.1 Administrative re-established
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Name
Md. Amir Hossain (Shameem)

02
03
04
05

Md. Abdul Hares


Mst. Lovely Begum
Md. Siddiqur Rahman
Md. Golzer Rahman

Designation
Chairman

Mobile
01715-018923

Secretary
Woman Member
Member
Teacher

01765-968308
01754-835887
01750-482258
01738-148812

Designation
Member
Member
Woman Member
Elite person

Mobile
01843-536795
01920-03003
01734-141111
01720-495618

Designation
Member
Member
Woman Member
Elite person
Elite person

Mobile
01729-518540
01736-097400
01748-581187
01721-949332
01735-304654

Designation
Member
Member
Teacher
Elite person

Mobile
01714-800618
01912-976316
01729-714438
01721-418728

5.2.2 Clean ruins


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02
03
04

Name
Md. Amirul Islam
Md. Golzer Rahman
Mst. Munzila Khatun
Md. Ataur Rahman

5.2.3 Public service re-start


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01
02
03
04
05

Name
Md. Ayub Ali
Mr. Sazedur Rahman
Mst. Ayesha Khatun
Ahsan Habib Monju
Mr. Mofazzl Sarker

5.2.4 Emergency livelihood assistance


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02
03
04

Name
Md. Rahim Mondol
Md. Abul Kalam Azad
Mst. Tanjina
Md. Rayhan Master

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At a glance information of Upazila :
Area
Union
Mouza
Village
Family
Total Population
Male
Female
Academic Institution
Gvt. Primary school
Reg. Primary School
Junior School
College
Madrasha
(Dakhil, Fazil, Ebtedaee)
BRAC School
Kindergarten School
Percentage of Education
Community Clinic
Barage
Slwitch Gate
Bridge
Culvart
Mosque
Temple

460.42 sq. ki.meters


17
317
353
1,28,974
5,44,235
2,74,226
2,70,009
153
82
68
14
54
22
36
63
12
10
440
940
990
105

81

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Bank
Post Office
Club
Hat Bazar
Graviyard
Shoshan Ghat
Poultry Firm
Wave Industry
Deep Tubewell
Shellow Tubewell
Tubewell

07
369
23
35
49
64
557
43
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194
5,585
93,055

River
Cannel
Bil
Haor
Pond
Jolashoy
Paka Road
Kacha Road
Mobile Tower
Sports Field

06
14
270
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6,227
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