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পরিবার সংখ্যা-৭,৪৯১

Profile

of

 Gabura Union

 

 

 

 

Upazila: Shyamnagar, District: Satkhira

September 2015

 

Local Capacity Building and Community Empowerment (LCBCE) Programme.

Supported by: UNICEF

 

 

Table of Content

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Content

Page #

  1.  

Union Map

03

  1.  

Background, Socio-economic conditions , Disaster Vulnerabilities

04

  1.  

Socio-economic condition

04

  1.  

Geography

04

  1.  

Disaster/ Vulnérabilités

05

  1.  

Hard-to-Reach Areas.

05

  1.  

Population in general

05

  1.  

Child Population

06

  1.  

Snapshot of situation of children and women in the union

06

  1.  

Health and Nutrition

07

  1.  

Situation of Birth Registration, Disability and Child Marriage 

08

  1.  

Child Labour

08

  1.  

Education: Pre Primary, Primary and Secondary level

08

  1.  

Water and Sanitation

     09

  1.  

Service by NGOs

10

  1.  

Union Parishad Functional Status

10

  1.  

Table 1.1: Ward wise Sex disaggregated population data

12

  1.  

Table 1.2: Age specific child population

13

  1.  

Table 2.1: Ward wise number of Children fully immunized or left out

14

  1.  

Table 2.2: Ward wise number of pregnant women with status of IFA intake

15

  1.  

Table 2.3: Infrastructure and facilities/ Health & FP

16

  1.  

Table 2.4 and 2.5: HR status of Health and FP

16

  1.  

Table 3.1: Situation of birth registration child labour, disability

17

  1.  

Table 4.1: Pre-primary Education coverage

18

  1.  

Table 4.2: Primary Education coverage

19

  1.  

Table 4.3: Secondary education coverage

20

  1.  

Table 4.4: Infrastructure and facilities of Educational institution

20

  1.  

Table 4.5: HR status of Institution

21

  1.  

Table 5.1: Source of safe water and water Coverage

21

  1.  

Table 5.2: Sanitation Coverage                     

22

  1.  

Mapping of NGO Programmes

23

  1.  

Civil Society: List of Key Influential peoples and their contact no.

24

  1.  

Name and contact number of Chair persons of 5 key standing committees

24

  1.  

Important Mobile number of Union Parishad

25

  1.  

Union Convergence Coordination Committee

25

 

Map of GaburaUnion

 

 


Part A: General Information

 

1. Background, Socio-economic conditions, Disaster Vulnerabilities

1.1 Background

It is known from History thatonce upon a time Gabura Union was part of Sundarban and submersed by salty sea water. Day by day alluvium gathered at this area from Estuary Rivers of Padma, Meghna & Jamuna connection with Bay of Bengal. Then grows many type of grasses. After a few time mangrove trees like Garjan, Goran, Gaoa, Goal pata, Poshur, Bain etc grows there. At the British period peoples of nearest areas started coming here for collect Goal Pata, Fuel woods, Honey, Fish etc. Some time they need to stay here for a long time. Then they felt they need living place here. Fisherman, Farmers, Boatman & other poor peoples established their household here for their livelihood. This is the historical background of Gabura Union       

 

GaburaUnion is situated in Shyamnagar upazila of Satkhira district. The union was established British period. It is about 27 Km from Upazila head quarter and 82 km from Satkhira district head quarter. The present UP Chairman Mr. G. M. Masudul Alam was elected by direct peoples vote and took charge in May 2011. At present the Union is famous for crab fattening. About 40% people of Gabura union are engaged in crab fattening. They thought crab fattening is better than shrimp farming.  There are no UP complex but official work are running from UP chairman house. Total area of the union is 41.26 sq. Km. The Kholpetua River separated the union from main land.

 

 

1.2 Socio-economic condition:

Present statistic says 19% people of this area depend on forest, 42% of people depend on crab fattening, 16% people depend on shrimp farming, 23% of people depend on agriculture day labor and other occupations for their livelihood.  More than 75% per cent (approx.) people are living below poverty line. Main occupations of the population are crab fattening, shrimp farming, agriculture, fishing, day labor, van/auto bike puller and small trades.

The main crops is paddy. There are lots of forests cultivated by the government and private farmers. Fishing is considered as major livelihood and children are engaged in fishing boats resulted deprivation of their rights which is capital concern of education. Total literacy rate in the union is 35.9%, of which male 38.8% and female 33.2% (Census 2011). There is no government and private Bank in this union but it has 2 medium size village markets. However, there are NGO, Asa, BRAC, Shushilan, Caritas, Nowabeki Gonomukhi Foundation -NGF who are involved in micro–credit/financing programme. Shushilan, CNRS are works on good governance. In the winter season the people suffer for lack of work and earning ways then they goes far from here to earn for their livelihood.

 

1.3 Geography:

Gabura union is situated beside the world famous mangrove forest Sundarban at Satkhira district under shyamnagar upzila. This is the southeast part of Satkhira District. The Kholpetua River is flowing by the west side of the union, north side there is Padmapukur Union, East side Kapotakhha River and Khulna district and south side is Sundarban and Kholpetua River.

1.4 Disaster and Vulnerabilities:

Gabura Union is one of the most vulnerable union of Shyamnagar Upzila. The union is situated on the bank of Kholpetua River which separated the union from main land and Sundarban. The total area is coastal belt so Cyclone, heavy rainfall, and tidal wave hits almost every year and affects the people, damages their houses and crops, increase their sufferings which make them poor/ultra-poor. Sidor of 2007 and last Aila in 2009 effected badly on the whole population of this union. After the impact of these natural disasters now a days the people of this area is trying adaptation with climate change and mitigation. In the rainy season paddy, vegetable and other crops usually damaged by water logging. Fish farmer’s loss their fishes due to overflow of water. There are only four Cyclone shelter at the union. The Union Disaster Management Committee (UDMC) has assessed the disaster vulnerabilities and developed disaster preparedness and response plan with the support of LCBCE - UNICEF.

 

1.5. Hard-to-Reach Areas:

The union itself a hard to reach areas and also internal communication is not so good. Some solling and earthen road linked with almost all villages. Motor cycle and van are usually used within the union for communication. People faced much difficulty to have access to social service facilities during the rainy season. Distance and communication mood are given below.

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Name of Village

Distance from Union Parishad

Mood of Communication

1

Sora

12.00 Km

Van, Cycle,Motor cycle

2

Chakbara

11.00 Km

Van, Cycle,Motor cycle

3

Chandmukhi

8.00 km

Van, Cycle,Motor cycle

4

Dumuria

7.00 km

Van, Cycle,Motor cycle

5

 

 

Van, Cycle,Motor cycle

6

 

 

Van, Cycle,Motor cycle

 

2. Population Profile:

 

2.1 Population in general

According to population Census 2011 The Union has a total population 31115 in 6753 house hold and population density is 1137 per Sq Km. There is no variation on total household and population of the Union as “the holding assessment 2014” which was conducted by union parishad, itself, and enumerated the total population 31128 in the same  households. Around 96% population are Muslim and 4 are Hindu religion.

The details are shown in the Table 1.1 in the Annex I. 

 

2.2 Child Population:

According to the Census 2011, total child population in the union from 0 to 19 years are 14066 which is 45.21% of total population (0-4 is 3331, 5-9 is 4216, 10-14 is 3842 and 15-19 is 2677.  Community data provides more age specific information than census data and the total child population from 0 to 18 years are 10712 which is 34.42% of total population, 0-1 year is 606, 1 to 2 years 929, 5 to 6 years 676 and 6 to 10 years 3052. This gives a decreased population number than Census as usual.

Table 1.2 shows the details.



Part B: Situation of Children and Women

The following chapters describe the sector wise facilities and situation of children and women in the Union. The following table gives a snapshot of the situation of children and women in the union:

Table 1: Snapshot of Situation of children and women in the union

Indicators

Total

Received

Not Received

Number of pregnant women who have received / not received IFA tablets

252*

162*

90*

No of pregnant mothers who have completed 4 ANC visits

252*

194*

58*

No of delivery take place in health centers (institutional delivery)

 

 

No data available

No of 1 year old children having / not having birth certificates

1807*

210**

1597**

No of birth registration within 45 days of birth

 

3

BRIS

No of 1 year old children who have completed all the vaccines and left out

1807*

1807*

0*

No. of children <5 with / without recommended weight and height

 

 

No data available

No. of children in PPE/ out of PPE

687*

545*

142*

No. of children in / out of school ( Primary)

4358*

3880*

478*

No. of children in / out of school (Secondary)

 

2434*

No data for out of school children in secondary level

No of children engaged in labor

 

1387**

 

Children with disabilities

 

513**

 

No. of children not living with families

 

 

No data available

No of children below 18 who are married

 

 

No data available

No of households with / without access to safe water sources

6753*

6753**

3491*

4173**

3262*

2580**

No of households with / without sanitary latrines

6753*

6753**

1461*

4986**

5292*

1767**

No of female headed households

 

 

No data available

 

*administrative data, **community data ***BRIS data as of August 2015

 

3. Health and Nutrition

3.1 Situation of Children and Women in the Union

According to the community 1480 children have received vaccines out of 1526 of 1 year age. This figure varies with the data provided by health department which is 1807 and all children have fully vaccinated.  Community think that every child is vaccinated however, there might be a few left out children which are not counted or recorded.

Table 2.1 shows the Number of children with status of Immunization in Annex II.

Administrative data says that the Union has 252 pregnant women as of September 2015. During September 2015, 194 pregnant women have completed 4 ANC visits and 162 have consumed at least 100 IFA tablets during last six months (Source: union/upazila FP Office 2015). This data varies with the community data and they claimed only 23 pregnant women did not complete the full package of ANC service out of 258.

Table 2.2 shows the Number of Pregnant women with status of IFA intake in Annex II.

Few institutional delivery takes place in the upazila level. Institutional delivery is very low and it is assumed by the community that 10 to 15 delivery take place in upazila health center. These deliveries mostly occur in case of complicacy or in the case of women from well off families or who are very aware.

3.2 Facilities and services available in the Union: The Union has a Family Welfare Center (FWC), 4 functional Community Clinics (CC), 8 Satellite Clinics and 24 EPI sites. There are health services in the Union provided by NGOs which are mainly community awareness.

Table 3.3 in annex II shows the available facilities in the Union.

3.3 Status of Human Resource:

3.3.1 Department of Health: The Union is served by 1 Assistant Health Inspector (AHI), 3 Health Assistant and 4 CHCP. One Medical Officer, 1 SACMO and two HA post are currently vacant. Shortage of human resources hampers the regular services of pregnant mothers and children.

Table 2.4 in annex II shows the HR status of Health and Family Welfare services in the Union.

3.3.2 Department of Family Planning: The Union is served by 1 Family Welfare Volunteers (FWV), 1 Family Planning Inspector (FPI), 6 Family Welfare Assistants (FWA) and there is no vacant position. The community people inform that the service provider are nor regular and they were not getting adequate service from them.    

Table 2.5 in annex II shows the HR status of Health and Family Welfare services in the Union.

 

 

4. Situation of Birth Registration, Disability, Child Marriage and Child Labour

4.1 Birth Registration: A significant number of children of one year old do not have birth certificate. Community data shows that only 210 children have birth certificates out of 1807 children. Till September 2015 only three child birth were registered under 45 days (BRIS data) but overall online birth registration is good in this union. The Union Parishad is well equipped for providing services to ensuring birth registration of children. It is served by a Secretary and two UISC Entrepreneurs. This progress happened with the support of the District, Upazila administration, UNICEF and NGOs joint efforts. The UP is providing free services to the children of below two years.

4.2 Children with Disability:There are 513 children with disability in the union. Few of them are attending school and many of them do not have opportunity to attend school as the school does not have physical structure or friendly environment that encourages them to stay. Data are not available neither with the community or the government department on how many children are attending schools and how many do not attend.

4.3 Child Marriage: Though child marriage occurs, no data available on child marriage.

4.4 Children detached from families:Some children are detached from their family. However, the community do not have information on whether these children are all orphan or where they are engaged. The UP is trying to collect the real information and accordingly make a plan for their survival.

4.5 Child Labour:According to the community the Union has 1387 children who are engaged with informal labour force. Children are mainly engaged in agricultural works, fishing and non-formal sector like in the tea stall and small hotels and restaurants. And these children are out of schools. Though some of the children are getting education opportunity through “Ability Based Learning” (ABL) Centre from a NGO “Jagorani Chacro Foundation” supported by UNICEF, but it is not able to cover the all out of school children.

4.6 Status of HR: The Union has one Secretary who is responsible for all the activities in the UP including birth registration. According to the UP Act 2009, the UP should have at least another staff who will look after the accounts and other administrative issues. However, the UISC Entrepreneurs are providing support in birth registration. The Union is also served by a government social worker.

5. Education: Pre Primary, Primary and Secondary Education

5.1 Coverage ofEducation: According the survey conducted by the DPE, the Union has a total of 687 pre-school aged children of which 545 are enrolled in pre-primary class run by government and NGOs. On the other hand 225 children covered by BRAC NGO through 8 PPE Centre and those children not recorded in DPE surveyed report. The total number of children of aged 5 to 6 differs with the data provided by community which is 676. NGOs do not conduct any survey on how many eligible children are in the Union rather they use the departmental data and enrol children within the surrounding of the GPS. According to the community people, there are many children who do not attend pre-primary class because of lack of early learning centres or school within their reach (within a kilo meter) and for poor road communications.

At primary level there are 4358 children of 6-10 years old and out of them 3880 are enrolled in the primary schools run by Government. According to this data 706 children who are not enrolled in the primary schools in this Union. Many children are attending Madrassa for their education both at primary and secondary level and data are not available. Community data of this age group differs with the administrative data and according to them the total number of children from 6 to 10 years are 3052.

At secondary level, there are 2434 children are enrolled in different schools (Girls: 1260 & boys: 1174) students are enrolled in two secondary level registered schools and three Madrasa within the union. According to the Table 4.3 there are no data about how many children do not attend in secondary schools. If we consider the child population data (Census 2011), the secondary school going children are 3897 or more and the school enrolment is only 2390 which means that a large number of children (1507) are not enrolled or do not attend in or dropped out from secondary education.

Table 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 shows the data on student’s enrolments in Annex IV.

5.2 Available Facilities: The Union has 12 Government Primary Schools (GPS), 12 NGO schools run by JCF for drop out children and 8 run by BRAC for PPE education coverage. Out of 16 villages in the Union 5 village have no Government primary school. However, there are some schools in those villages run by NGO and some GPS are adjacent that village. The Union has 2 secondary schools and three secondary level Madrasa to cover the children of the whole Union.

Table 4.4 shows the data on educational facilities in Annex IV.      

5.3 HR status in the Education Sector: There are 12 posts for Head Teachers and 53 posts for Assistant Teacher sanctioned in 12 GPS and 7Head Teacher and 19Assistance Teacher posts are vacant. According to the Government policy standard, the teacher student ratio for PPE is 1:30 and for primary class the ratio is 1:45. The data in table 4.2 shows that there are 3880 children enrolled in 12 GPS. Some schools (4) do not follow this standard and the average class size of these schools is more than 40 PPE children /teacher. Discussion with different school teachers and community, it is found that a few of the schools are overcrowded and more than 50 children are enrolled in each class. This overcrowds hampers the learning process of the children.

6. Water and Sanitation

6.1 Safe Water Facility:DPHE does not have record on number of tube wells, Rain water harvesting, PSF and pipe line supply water points in the union. According to the Census 2011, 51.7% households have access to safe water. This figure widely varies with the community data. Community data shows that the Union has 87 tube wells, 28 RWHS and 21 PSF. Apart from this Leaders NGO has provided 2 water project. 2 water points are not functioning. Overall 61.8% households have access to safe water year the round. According to the Government Policy, every 5 households should have one safe water points. 

Sanitation coverage: Sanitation coverage in the Union is fair. The union has 6753 (Census 2011) households where 1460 households (21.62%) have hygienic latrines, 4067 households have unhygienic latrines and 1226 households do not have any latrines. Community data widely varies with this data. Table 5.2 in Annex V shows that 4986 households have hygiene latrines, 1718  use unhygienic latrines and 49 household have no latrine out of 61753 households

Status of HR: The Union is served by 0.50 (one for two union) tube well mechanic who is responsible only for the DPHE provided water points. There is a Sub-Assistant Engineer in upazila.

Services by NGOs:

There are 12 to 15 NGOs including BRAC, JCF, Rupantar, Shushilon, Nowabeki Gano Foundation, CARITAS, Uttaran, Agrogoti, World vision etc working in the Union on health, education, child protection, water and sanitation etc. Rupantar, JCR and Shushilon are implementing C4D, Education and WASH Project with support from UNICEF.  

 

8. Functional Statusof Union Parishad

The Union Parishad is functioning with the Chairman, 12 members and a Secretary. The UP holds coordination meeting in every months. All the standing committees have been formed and most of the committees are functioning and hold meeting to discuss the relevant issues.

Ward Shova: Ward Shovas were held in all the Wards in March and April 2015 and children issues were discussed in Ward Shovas. Members proposed specific needs of children related to education, child rights, safe water and sanitation to incorporate in the UP plan. Last year 2014 UP expenses Taka 23, 57,000/- to implement children related activities.

 

 

Detailed data on the profile are presented in the next pages as annex.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text Box: ANNEXURES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Annex I

 

Table 1.1: Sex disaggregated Population data

Table 1.1: Sex disaggregated Population data

 

গ্রামের নাম

Name of village

Population and Housing Census 2011

Population according to Community/ জনসংখ্যা

 

Ward #

খানার সংখ্যা

No. of HH

মোট

Total

Cyiæl

male

নারী

female

খানার সংখ্যা

No. of House holds

মোট

Total

ৎরম্নষ

male

নারী

female

1

Kolpatua

454

2218

1078

1140

454

2218

1102

1116

2

  Gabura

628

2963

1482

1481

628

2963

1504

1459

3

Jhalakhali

155

689

359

330

279

1336

661

675

Char Jhalakhali

124

647

320

327

Nabu Bunia

99

449

244

205

99

449

228

221

4

Lakshmikhali

108

462

228

234

108

462

225

237

Central Khalisha Bunia

425

2009

975

1034

425

1944

975

969

5

 Parshemari

511

2391

1213

1178

511

2391

1198

1193

Napitkhali

283

1363

687

676

283

1363

687

676

Gagramari

81

366

180

186

81

366

181

185

6

Chandnimukha

635

2678

1348

1330

635

2678

1349

1329

10 No-Sora

463

2075

1028

1047

463

2075

1035

1040

7

Dumuria

597

2840

1400

1440

597

2840

1425

1415

8

Khalisha Bunia

450

1944

960

984

450

2009

998

1011

Chakbara

551

2428

1149

1279

551

2428

1212

1216

9

Sora

1189

5593

2747

2846

1189

5596

2785

2811

Total

 

6753

31115

15398

15717

6753

31118

15565

15553

           
 

 

 

Text Box: ANNEX IITable 1.2: Age specific child population

ওয়ার্ড নং/

 

গ্রাম/

Village

# of Children age structure according to Census 2011

Age specific number of children according to the community

Total Population

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

<1

1-2

0-5

5-6

6-10

10-18

1

Kolpatua

2218

282

306

273

182

48

90

 

56

296

 

2

  Gabura

2963

287

394

409

281

50

76

 

77

385

 

3

Jhalakhali

689

52

85

73

50

50

79

 

60

303

 

Char Jhalakhali

647

54

72

72

59

Nabu Bunia

449

48

77

49

34

4

Lakshmikhali

462

50

58

57

31

39

91

 

68

337

 

Central Khalisha Bunia

2009

193

239

239

153

5

 Parshemari

2391

244

320

273

232

65

117

 

73

407

 

Napitkhali

1363

159

198

170

128

Gagramari

366

40

45

37

28

6

Chandnimukha

2678

265

364

343

230

82

134

 

79

393

 

10 No-Sora

2075

210

270

241

197

7

Dumuria

2840

327

403

341

244

95

95

 

67

381

 

8

Khalisha Bunia

1944

194

235

249

148

80

117

 

81

332

 

Chakbara

2428

277

294

306

199

9

Sora

5593

649

856

710

481

97

130

 

115

218

 

Total

31115

3331

4216

3842

2677

606

929

 

676

3052

 

 

Total children: As Census 2011 total child population up to age 19 years are 14066 which is 45.21% of total population. As community information total child population age up to 18 years are 10712 which is 34.42 % of total population.

 

 

 

Table 2.1 Number of Children Fully immunized or left out

Administrative unit

Administrative data

Community data

Ward #

Village

Number of Children<2 yrs

Number of children received all the vaccines

Number of children left out

Number of Children<2 yrs

Number of children received all the vaccines

Number of children left out

 

1

 

2

 

3

Kolpatua

401

401

0

138

135

3

  Gabura

126

122

4

Jhalakhali

129

125

4

Char Jhalakhali

Nabu Bunia

 

4

 

 

5

 

   6

Lakshmikhali

614

614

0

130

122

8

Central Khalisha Bunia

 Parshemari

199

195

4

Napitkhali

Gagramari

Chandnimukha

229

224

5

10 No-Sora

7

 

8

9

Dumuria

792

792

0

151

145

6

Khalisha Bunia

197

192

5

Chakbara

Sora

227

220

7

 

Total

1807

1807

 

1526

1480

46

            Source: Health Office (union and upazila)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 2.2: Number of Pregnant women with status of IFA intake

Administrative unit

Administrative data (Source: Family Planning Office)

Community Data (Source: WDC)

ওয়ার্ড

ইং/ward #

গ্রাম/Village

No. of pregnant women

No. of pregnant women completed 4 ANC visits in the last six months

No. of pregnant women have received IFA Tablets

No. of pregnant women have consumed all IFA Tablets

No. of pregnant women

No. of pregnant women completed 4 ANC visits in the last six months

No. of pregnant women have received IFA Tablets

No. of pregnant women have consumed all IFA Tablets

1

 

2

3

Kolpatua

53

37

30

26

15

8

12

8

  Gabura

18

12

15

12

Jhalakhali

14

9

12

9

Char Jhalakhali

Nabu Bunia

 

4

5

6

Lakshmikhali

93

68

54

45

28

10

25

10

Central Khalisha Bunia

 Parshemari

32

15

28

15

Napitkhali

Gagramari

Chandnimukha

36

20

32

20

10 No-Sora

7

8

9

Dumuria

106

89

78

83

41

22

35

22

Khalisha Bunia

38

20

30

20

Chakbara

Sora

36

19

30

19

 

 

252

194

162

154

258

135

219

135

 

Source: Family Planning Office (Union and upazila)

 

 

Table 2.3: Available Facilities for Health and Family Planning

 

Ward #

FWC

UHSC/ RD

Community Clinics

 EPI Out- reach site

Satellite Clinic

EPI site merged with SC

NGO Clinic

Remarks

W#01

1

-

-

08

1

1

-

 

W#02

-

-

1

 

 

-

 

W#03

 

-

-

1

1

-

 

W#04

-

-

 

08

1

1

-

 

W#05

-

-

1

 

 

-

 

W#06

-

-

1

1

1

-

 

W#07

-

-

1

08

 

 

-

 

W#08

-

-

 

2

2

-

 

W#09

-

-

 

2

2

-

 

Total

01

-

4

24

8

8

-

 

 

 Source: union Health staff

Table 2.4: HR Status of Health Services

 

MO

SACMO

CHCP

AHI

HA

San

Exi

Vac

San

Exist

Vac

San

Exis

Ting

Vac

San

Exis

Vac

San

Exis

ting.

Vac

1

0

1

0

0

0

4

4

-

1

1

0

5

3

2

 

Source: Department of Health

 

 

Table 2.5: HR Status of Family Planning Services

 

SACMO

Sr FWV

FWV

FPI

FWA

MLSS

 

Sanc

Exis

Sanc

Exis

Sanc

Exis

Sanc

Exis

San

Exis

San

Exis

 

1

0

-

-

1

1

1

1

6

6

1

1

             
 

Text Box: ANNEX III

Table 3.1:Situation of Birth Registration, Child Labour, Disability and Children detached from Family (শিশু পরিস্থিতি: জন্ম নিবন্ধন, শিশু শ্রম, প্রতিবন্ধিতা ও পরিবার থেকে বিচ্ছিন্ন শিশুদের সংখ্যা)

ওয়ার্ড নং

গ্রাম

জন্ম সনদপ্রাপ্ত ১ বছর বয়সী শিশুর সংখ্যা

শিশু শ্রমে নিযুক্ত শিশুর সংখ্যা

প্রতিবন্ধি শিশুর সংখ্যা

পবিার থেকে বিচ্ছিন্ন শিশুর সংখ্যা

Ward #

Village

Number of children of 1 year who have birth certificate

Number of children engaged in child labour

Children with disability

Number of children are detached from family

1

Kolpatua

23

120

59

-

2

  Gabura

20

125

57

-

3

Jhalakhali

12

60

30

-

 Nabu Bunia

5

30

15

-

Char Jhalakhali

8

25

12

-

4

Lakshmikhali

7

90

25

-

Central Khalisha Bunia

14

25

30

-

5

  Parshemari

12

112

25

-

  Napitkhali

7

95

18

-

Gagramari

4

30

10

-

6

  Chandnimukha

11

120

29

-

  10 No-Sora

16

116

33

-

7

Dumuria

19

125

55

-

8

  Khalisha Bunia

13

94

28

-

Chakbara

11

90

27

-

9

Sora

28

130

60

-

 

Total

210

1387

513

-

 

Source: UP Office

Note: Only 3 children were online registered within 45 days of birth.

 

Text Box: ANNEX IVTable 4.1:Pre-primary Education Coverage(প্রাক প্রাথমিক শিÿা)

ওয়ার্ড

Ward #

গ্রাম

Village

স্কুলের নাম

Name of school

৫-৬ বছর বয়সী শিশুর সংখ্যা

Children of 5-6 years

প্রাকপ্রাথমিক শেণীতে গমনকারী শিশুর সংখ্যা

Number of children enrolled in the PPE class

স্কুলে যায়না এমন শিশুর সংখ্যাChildren do not attend school

মেয়েGirls

ছেলেBoys

মোট

Total

1

Kolpatua

12 no. Kholpetua GPS

78

35

35

70

8

2

  Gabura

50 no. Gabura GPS

72

11

11

22

50

55 no. Gabura GPS

60

26

34

60

0

3

Jhalakhali

51 no. Jhelakhalia GPS

24

14

15

29

(5)

Nabu Bunia

-

0

0

0

0

0

4

Lakshmikhali

-

0

0

0

0

0

Central Khalisha Bunia

68 no. Khalishabunia GPS

30

19

11

30

0

5

  Parshemari

54 no. Parshimari GPS

41

21

20

41

0

  Napitkhali

100 no. Napitkhali community School

41

18

23

41

0

Gagramari

-

0

0

0

0

0

6

  Chandnimukha

181 no. Purbo Chandnimukha GPS

40

23

17

40

0

53 no. Chandnimukha GPS

33

17

13

30

3

  10 No-Sora

110 no. Sora Luxmikhali GPS

69

19

41

60

9

7

Dumuria

52 no. Dumuria GPS

52

15

25

40

12

8

  Khalisha Bunia

-

0

0

0

0

0

Chakbara

-

0

0

0

0

0

9

Sora

173 no. Sora GPS

147

23

21

44

103

 

Ebtedae Madrasa

0

20

18

38

0

 

Total

 

687

261

284

545

0

 

 Source: Upazila Primary Education Office

Note: BRAC renowned national NGO run 8 PPE Centre in this union and covered 225 children (Male 73 and female 152) those are not included in the upazila GoB status.

 

Table 4.2: Primary Education Coverage(প্রাথমিক শিÿা)

ওয়ার্ড

Ward #

গ্রামVillage

স্কুলের নামName of School

Children of 6-10 yrs

Number of children enrolled in the primary school

Number Children do not attend school

Girls

Boys

Total

1

Kolpatua

12 no. Kholpetua GPS

319

177

139

316

3

2

  Gabura

50 no. Gabura GPS

400

129

132

261

139

55 no. Gabura GPS

412

213

199

412

0

3

Jhalakhali

51 no. Jhelakhalia GPS

176

88

69

157

19

 Nabu Bunia

-

0

0

0

0

0

4

Lakshmikhali

-

0

0

0

0

0

Central Khalisha Bunia

68 no. Khalishabunia GPS

247

123

105

228

19

5

  Parshemari

54 no. Parshimari GPS

373

161

171

332

41

Napitkhali

100 no. Napitkhali community School

254

114

110

224

30

Gagramari

-

0

0

0

0

0

6

Chandnimukha

181 no. Purbo Chandnimukha GPS

313

162

132

294

19

53 no. Chandnimukha GPS

369

180

152

332

37

  10 No-Sora

110 no. Sora Luxmikhali GPS

332

147

121

268

64

7

Dumuria

52 no. Dumuria GPS

419

223

225

448

(29)

8

  Khalisha Bunia

-

0

0

0

0

0

Chakbara

-

0

0

0

0

0

9

Sora

173 no. Sora GPS

744

207

173

380

364

Ebtedae Madrasa

0

122

106

228

0

 

Total

 

4358

2046

1834

3880

706

 

Source: Primary Education Office

Note: There are 12 ABL school run by Jagorani Chocro Foundation (JCF) and they covered 399 (male 193 and female 206) primary level drop out children but it is not included in upazila primary education official status. 

 

Table 4.3: Secondary Education Coverage(মাধ্যমিক শিÿা সংক্রামত্ম তথ্য)

Ward

Name of School

Village

Girls

Boys

Total

Out of school children

2

Gabura G. L. M. high School

Gabura

305

294

599

 

6

Chandmukhi M. M. high School

Chandmukhi

345

331

676

 

2

Gabura Nizamia Dakhil Madrasa

Gabura

197

183

380

 

6

Chandmukha PJ Alim Madrasa

Chandmukha

205

175

380

 

4

Gabura Darus Sunnat Dakhil Madrasa

Luxmikhali

208

191

399

 

Total= 5

 

1260

1174

2434

 

 

 

Source: Upazila education officer/Ward Development Committee

Table 4.4: Number of Educational Institutions (শিÿাপ্রতিষ্ঠান সংক্রামত্ম তথ্য)

Ward #

Name of village

Number of Primary School

# of Secondary School

Name of Villages without School

#s of GPS

#s of Com.

School

#s of KG School

Ebtedai-e Madrassa

NGO Operated school

#s of Secondary school

#s of Madrasa (Secondary level)

1

Kolpatua

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

2

Gabura

2

 

 

 

1+1

1

1

 

3

Jhalakhali

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 Nabu Bunia

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

Char Jhalakhali

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Lakshmikhali

 

 

 

 

1+1

 

1

 

Central Khalisha Bunia

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

5

Parshemari

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

Napitkhali

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

Gagramari

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Chandnimukha

2

 

 

 

1

1

1

 

 

10 No-Sora

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

7

Dumuria

1

 

 

 

1+1

 

 

 

8

Khalisha Bunia

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

Chakbara

 

 

 

 

1+1

 

 

 

9

Sora

1

 

 

1

2+1

 

 

 

Total

 

12

 

 

1

20

2

3

 

 

Source: Education office and UP

Number of secondary school is very limited and naturally located at far from villages/communities. It may a cause of high drop out at secondary level especially for the girls.

Text Box: ANNEX IVTable 4.5.: HR status in Primary and Secondary education in the union(মানব সম্পদ বা শিÿক সংক্রামত্ম তথ্য)

Total School

Head Teacher

Assistant Teachers

 

Sanctioned

Existing

Sanctioned

Existing

Female

Male

Vacant

GPS =

12

5

53

34

14

20

19

Secondary School=

2

5

 

 

 

 

 

Madrasa =

3

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 5.1: Sources of safe water(নিরাপদ পানির উৎস)

Administrative unit

Census 2011

Community information (UP Office)

 ওয়ার্ড নং

গ্রাম

শতকরা কত খানায় নিরাপদ পানির ব্যাবস্থা আছে

নলকুপের সংখ্যা

পন্ড স্যান্ড ফিল্টার ও সাপলাই পানির ট্যাপ এর সংখ্যা

বৃষ্টির পানি ধরে রাখার ব্যাবস্থা সংখ্যা

নষ্ট হয়ে যাওয়া পানির উৎসের সংখ্য

আর্সেনিক যুক্ত কলের সংখ্যা

শতকরা কত খানায় নিরাপদ পানির ব্যাবস্থা আছে

Ward no.

Village

% of HH have access to save water

Number of Tube wells

#s of PSF and Tap of supply water

#s of RWHS

Number of water source are not functioning

Number of tube wells are arsenic contaminated

% of HH have access to save water

1

Kolpatua

100

4

2

1

2

-

78

2

  Gabura

100

25

 

 

 

-

68

3

Jhalakhali

100

27

 

 

 

-

56

 Nabu Bunia

100

 

 

 

-

Char Jhalakhali

100

 

 

 

-

4

Lakshmikhali

2.8

 

4

5

 

-

83

Central Khalisha Bunia

72.9

 

 

-

5

  Parshemari

100

31

2

1

 

-

67

  Napitkhali

99.3

-

Gagramari

21

-

6

 Chandnimukha

0.8

 

5

2

 

-

55

  10 No-Sora

19.4

 

 

-

7

Dumuria

0.2

 

 

12

 

-

65

8

  Khalisha Bunia

99.8

 

4

3

 

-

55

Chakbara

67.7

 

 

-

9

Sora

0.4

 

4

4

 

-

51

Total

 

51.70%

 

 

 

 

 

61.80%

 

  Source: UP Office/ DPHE Office/Community

Table 5.2: Sanitation coverage(স্যানিটেশন এর অবস্থা)

Administrative unit

Census 2011

Community Data

Ward no.

Village

HH

# of HH have hygiene latrines

# of HH have un hygiene latrines

# of HH without latrines

HH

# of HH have hygiene latrines

# of HH have un hygiene latrines

# of HH without  latrines

non water-sealed

Non-sanitary

1

Kolpatua

454

223

146

55

30

454

287

150

17

2

  Gabura

628

263

171

72

122

628

575

53

0

3

Jhalakhali

155

117

26

12

0

378

233

145

0

 Nabu Bunia

124

1

38

20

40

Char Jhalakhali

99

57

19

30

18

4

Lakshmikhali

108

0

21

87

0

533

425

108

0

Central Khalisha Bunia

425

207

115

14

115

5

  Parshemari

511

42

136

268

65

875

510

360

5

  Napitkhali

283

10

198

36

39

Gagramari

81

1

65

10

5

6

  Chandnimukha

635

39

128

294

174

1098

698

385

15

  10 No-Sora

463

5

58

238

162

7

Dumuria

597

261

128

125

83

597

475

122

0

8

  Khalisha Bunia

450

57

267

66

35

1001

830

165

6

Chakbara

551

82

255

67

147

9

Sora

1189

95

655

247

191

1189

953

230

6

Total

 

6753

1460

2426

1641

1226

6753

4986

1718

49

Source: Census 2011                                                               Source: UP Office/Community

 

 

 

 

Human Resources supports for Water and Sanitation Services(মানব সম্পদ)

Table 5.4:  Department of Public Health: 

Union

Mechanic

Mason

Remarks

San.

Exis.

San.

Exis.

 

1

1

-

-

-

-

Source: Public Health (Note: San: Sanction, Exis: Existing)

 

6.0 Mapping of NGO programs:

 

Ward #

Health

Nutrition

WASH

Education

C4D

CP

Agri-culture

Micro-credit

Disaster

01

BRAC

 

Leaders,

Shushilon,  Caritas, Nowabeki Foundation

Caritas, BRAC, JCF

Caritas, Rupantar

 

Shushilon

brac,  Nowabeki Foundation,

 

World vision, Caritas, Muslim Aid, Shushilon

02

do

 

Do

Do

Do

 

Do

Do

Do

03

d0

 

Do

Do

Do

 

Do

Do

Do

04

-

 

Do

Do

Do

 

Do

Do

Do

05

-

 

Do

Do

Do

 

Do

Do

Do

06

-

 

Do

Do

Do

 

Do

Do

Do

07

-

 

Do

Do

Do

 

Do

Do

Do

08

-

 

Do

Do

Do

 

Do

Do

Do

09

-

 

Do

Do

Do

 

Do

Do

Do

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Note: NGOsShushilon, JCF, BRAC, Muslin Aid, Islamic relief, Rupantar, CCDB, Leaders, Friendship, KEREL, Nowabeki Gonomukhi are working in this union. There are lack of coordination in between NGOs and NGOs with UP).

 

 

 

7. Civil society: List of Key Influential peoples and their contact no.

Sl#

Name

Village

Profession

Contact Number

1

Daud Ali

Kholpetua

Social worker

 

2

Enamul Mallik

Gabura

Business man

 

3

Abdus Sattar

Lebu Bunia

Ex-UP Member

 

4

Kawser Ali

Luxmikhali

Business man

 

5

Daud Ali Gain

Parshimari

Business man

 

6

Kader Shekh

10 no. Sora

Business man

 

7

Ayub Ali

Dumuria

Business man

 

8

Amir Shekh

Char Bara

Social worker

 

9

Janab Ali Gazi

9 no. Sora

Social worker

 

 

8. Chairpersons of Standing Committees:

Sl#

Name of Standing Committee

Name of Chairperson of the Committee

Contact number of Chairperson of the Committee

Remarks

1

Law and Discipline Committee

G.M. Masudul Alam

01711310363

UP. Chairman

2

Birth and Death Registration

Farida Parvin

01713909445

Member wd-7,8,9

3

Sanitation, water supply and drainage system

Firoz Hossain

01725357081

Member wd-9

4

Social welfare and disaster

S.M Rabiul Islam

01711933059

Member wd-8

5

Resolution of family conflicts and women and children welfare

Reboti Rani Mondal

01920696943

Member wd-1,2,3

6

Culture and Sports

Nazma Parvin

01946545887

Member wd-4,5,6

 

11. Union E Learning centre:

Name of Entrepreneur

Mobile Number

Md. Kabirul Islam

01964166585,  kabirulislam019@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

12. Important Mobile number of Union Parisad:

Name of UP Representative

Designation

Mobile Number

G. M. Masudul Alam

UP. Chairman

01711310363

Md. Riazul Islam

UP Secretary

01820577231

 

13. List of Union Convergence Coordination Committee

Sl No.

Name

Designation

Mobile No.

Designation in Committee

1

G. M. Masudul Alam

Chairman

01711310363

Chairman

2

Reboti Rani Mondal

UP. Member W-1,2,3

01920696943

Member

3

Nazma Parvin

UP. Member W-4,5,6

01946545887

Member

4

Farida Parvin

UP. Member W-,7,8,9,

01713909445

Member

5

Mostofa Shawkat Hossain

UP. Member wd no.-1

01925228555

Member

6

Md. Golam Mostofa

UP. Member wd no.-2

01931026354

Member

7

Sree Nabindra Nath Mondal

UP. Member wd no.-3

01923101367

Member

8

Md. Abdul Matin

UP. Member wd no.-4

01714848377

Member

9

Md. Azizul Islam

UP. Member wd no.-5

01924200147

Member

10

G. M. Abdur Rahim

UP. Member wd no.-6

01919548327

Member

11

G. M. Abiar Rahman

UP. Member wd no.-7

01710261370

Member

12

S. M. Rabiul Islam

UP. Member wd no.-8

01711933059

Member

13

Md. Firoz Hossain

UP. Member wd no.-9

01725357081

Member

14

Md. Rabiul Islam

AUEO

01923111181

Member

15

Md. Rafiqul Islam

FPI

01917176505

Member

16

Md. Zillur Rahman

Health Assistant - HA

01711064297

Member

17

Md. Idris Ali

Social Worker

01916135382

Member

18

Suman Kumar Das

Tub-well Mechanic-DPHE

01922830391

Member

19

Paritos Bepari

NGO Representative

01916053139

Member

20

Abdur Razzaque Mir

Freedom Fighter

01740843588

Member

21

Harun-ur-Rashid

Children Representative

01986659699

Member

22

Sharifa Khatun

Children Representative

01966994187

Member

23

Md. Solaiman Hossain

Teacher Representative

01917426107

Member

24

Md. Rabiul Islam

Religious leader

01926228224

Member

25

Md. Baki Billah

Marriage Register

01919826680

Member

26

Alhaj Jahurul Alam

Civil Society Rep.

01718221969

Member

27

Md Abdul Aziz

UP. Secretary

01718845644

Member Secretary


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