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1 Shelter project PAKISTAN Federation Shelter Technical Training 03/03/08 – 07/03/08 Yverdon-Les-Bains, SUISSE

2 IFRC Shelter Technical Training2 Shelter project PAKISTAN Localisation Union Council Gijbori and Kuza Banda, Battagram District, North West Frontier Province, Pakistan

3 IFRC Shelter Technical Training3 Shelter project PAKISTAN The Earthquake In the zone of convergence between the Indian and the Eurasian plates frequent earthquakes Particularly affected because of the propensity for post-quake landslides On 8th of October 2005, an earthquake (7.6 on the Richter scale) destroyed entire cities and villages in Azad Jammu and Kashmir and the Northwest Frontier Province more than two and half million people homeless

4 IFRC Shelter Technical Training4 Shelter project PAKISTAN Objective Provide to the earthquake victims a temporary shelter to protect them from extreme weather conditions in Battagram district construction of 1000 shelters Duration of the operation The program ended on 2006, 21st of May and its implementation lasted 4 months

5 IFRC Shelter Technical Training5 Shelter project PAKISTAN First project proposal version: participatory approach using shelters made with sand bags, a basic wooden frame and covered with galvanized sheets rejected regarding the short term dead line fixed Designing project proposal

6 IFRC Shelter Technical Training6 Shelter project PAKISTAN Designing project proposal Second version (approved) : shelter made with a basic iron frame, a set of banded and straight pipes covered by 14 CGI sheets, insulated by dry grass materiel and the whole structure covered by a water proof parachute tent

7 IFRC Shelter Technical Training7 Shelter project PAKISTAN 13 ft/ 3.95 m 15 ft/ 4.5 m MS banded galvanise pipe; Ø:1 In, Thick:18 gauges MS Strengthening galvanise pipe; Ø:1 In, Thick:18 gauges Supporting pipes Detailed view Shelter design

8 IFRC Shelter Technical Training8 Shelter project PAKISTAN Building specifications 1 – The iron frame structure is made with: –6 iron MS banded pipes diameter 2,5 cm and thickness 2 mm –8 iron strengthening pipes diameter 2,5 cm and thickness 2 mm 2 – The whole shelter is going to be covered by Corrugated galvanise iron pipe (CGI) 3 - Insulation material made by dry grass is going to be set up over the CGI and fixed on 4 - The whole structure will be covered by a water proof parachute 5 – Nuts, bolts and washers have to be factored trough galvanisation process Total surface : m2, 13ft X15ft

9 IFRC Shelter Technical Training9 Shelter project PAKISTAN Project methodology over view Three phases were necessary to carry out the project in a proper way: 1.Assessment phase 2.Distribution phase 3.Monitoring tasks and field feedback

10 IFRC Shelter Technical Training10 Shelter project PAKISTAN Project methodology over view 1. Assessment phase

11 IFRC Shelter Technical Training11 Shelter project PAKISTAN Project methodology over view 2. Distribution phase

12 IFRC Shelter Technical Training12 Shelter project PAKISTAN Project methodology over view 3. Monitoring tasks and field feedback

13 IFRC Shelter Technical Training13 Shelter project PAKISTAN Criteria of eligibility Priority : widows and disables In total over both union councils: – 132 disables have been registered as a beneficiary – 387 widows have been registered as a beneficiary An extra category has been targeted: the most vulnerable population according to the statement of their houses 481 persons have been registered as a beneficiary

14 IFRC Shelter Technical Training14 Shelter project PAKISTAN Technical assistance and field monitoring Technical assistance : carried out by 6 constructor specialists previously trained for the erection of the shelter. A team of two construction specialists organized one practical training session per village involving the whole community all the beneficiaries were enough sustainable to erect on their own the shelter they get. A field visit was then organized in order to provide assistance and give advice for the shelter erection, location and maintenance.


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