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ইউনিসেফ জিওবি প্রজেক্ট (স্বাস্থ্য , শিক্ষা ও স্যানিটেশন)

 

 

 

 

 UNION PROFILE OF Ratandi Taltoli

 

 

Upazila: Galachipa

District: Patuakhali

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

@unicef2013/Rafi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

August 2013

 

                                                                                         

 

 

 

UNICEF-Barisal Zone Office

Barisal

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Content

Page #

  1.  

Union and Upazila Map

03

  1.  

Background, Socio-economic conditions , Disaster Vulnerabilities

03-04

  1.  

Hard-to-Reach Areas.

04

  1.  

Ward wise Population of Holding Assessment vs. Census 2011

05

  1.  

Ward wise Disaggregated data as Census 2011 (Male/Female)

06

  1.  

Infrastructure and facilities/ Health & FP

06

  1.  

Ward wise pre-primary, Primary and Secondary Education coverage

07-09

  1.  

Water Source and Sanitation Coverage

10

  1.  

Sector wise Human Resources Status

11

  1.  

Mapping of NGO Programmes

12

  1.  

Situation of Children

13

  1.  

Findings/status of different services as per L3M exercise

14

  1.  

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

15

  1.  

Union Parishad Functional Status

16

  1.  

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

16

  1.  

Status of Ward Shova

16

 

 

Map: Ratandi Taltoli

 

 

 

 

Background

Rtatandi Taltoly Union Parishad (UP) is under Galachipa upazila of Patuakhali district which established in 1966. The running Union Parishad Council was elected and took charge in May 2011. Total area of the union is 7396acres/ 96 sq.km, while total population is 20085 in 4557households with population density of 671per Sq. Km (Census 2011). The UP complex is located at Ulania village and is only ten kilometers away from Upazila head quarter. Gurinda Mosque is an important place which is situated in this union. Badlatoil Khaya Ghat is a tourist famous place to observe at a time sun raising and sunset both.

Socio-economic condition:

Like other rural areas of this district, about forty per cent people are below poverty line. Main occupations are agriculture, fishing, day labor, rickshaw/auto bike puller and small trades. The main crops are paddy. Fishing is a major source of livelihood. There is a Government Sonali Bank and also Grameen Bank and ASA NGO have micro–credit/financing programs across the UP. Ulania is a big market and also have 2/3 medium size village markets under this union.

 

1.1  Disaster/Vulnerabilities:

Ratandi Taltoli is one of the most vulnerable Union under Galachipa upazila and located at the mouth of the Bay of Bengal in the South of Bangladesh. Under this union some village are very remote area those are very vulnerable to natural disasters and is frequently hit by floods and cyclones. The people of ratandi Taltoli experienced seasonal cyclones at least twice a year – April-May, and October-November. Floods and cyclones hit almost every year and damaging houses and crops and especially sanitation system. Poverty is persistent due to natural disaster and low income growth. There is only one cyclone shelter under the union which is very old and not useable

 

Hard-to-Reach Areas, villages and communities:

Some of the villages are mentioned as hard to reach area in this union and others internal communication is good with some pakka and katcha road linked with almost all villages. Motor cycle and Ricksaw are usually used within the union for communication. Remote villagers do face much difficulty to have access to social service facilities. Distance and communication mood are given below;

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Name of Village

Distance from Union Parishad

Mood of Communication

 

Memsaheb

2.5 km

Ricksaw, Motor Cycle

2

Kamar haola

2.5 km

Ricksaw, Motor Cycle

3

Nim Haola

3.0km

Ricksaw, Motor Cycle

4

Chhota Chouddakani

1.km

Ricksaw, Motor Cycle

5

Labubunia

3.0 km

Ricksaw, Motor Cycle

 

 

 

 

 

Table 2.1: Ward wise population as Holding Assessment 2012-13 by Union Parishad:

Wards #

According to the Holding Assessment conducted by Union parishad in 2012-2013

According to the Census 2011 (ward wise villages are not shown)

Villages/Para

# of Households

Population

Administrative Unit

# of Households

Population

Ward 1

Ulania,Chhaykani,Bara Chouddakani

 

815

3220

Ulania

416

1813

 

 

 

 

Bara Chouddakani

135

633

 

 

 

 

Chhaykani

149

629

Ward 2

Chhota Chouddakani, Satghar, Kazikanda

, Mamuntakti

 

 

492

1948

Chhota Chouddakani

436

1977

 

 

 

 

Satghar

123

555

 

 

 

 

Kazikanda

140

608

Ward 3

Tattibunia, Nim Haola

 

565

2160

Mamuntakti

137

614

 

 

 

 

Tattibunia

115

504

 

 

 

 

Nim Haola

193

842

Ward 4

Tattibunia,Pach Ghar

590

2334

Patabunia

308

1321

Ward 5

Kacharikanda

542

2114

Kacharikanda

394

1722

Ward 6

Memsaheb,chhayani ,Jangla, Balir Haola

595

2461

Balir Haola

146

672

 

 

 

 

Memsaheb

146

635

 

 

 

 

chhayani

98

441

 

 

 

 

Jangla

106

431

Ward 7

Kamar haola,Chander Haola, Chhota Manikchand

650

2634

bishnuram

215

958

 

 

 

 

Kamar haola

145

658

 

 

 

 

Chander Haola

92

363

 

 

 

 

Chhota Manikchand

66

257

Ward 8

Nij haola,Talukder haola, Bhiar Haola, Gubbunia, Bara Manikchand

851

3489

Nij haola

208

1028

 

 

 

 

Talukder haola

147

608

 

 

 

 

Bhiar Haola

150

632

 

 

 

 

Gubbunia

71

291

 

 

 

 

Bara Manikchand

206

896

Ward 9

Labubunia,Gramarodon

650

2448

Labubunia

113

453

 

 

 

 

gramarodon

251

1173

Total

 

5750

22804

 

4706

20714

 

 

Ward wise Population (Male/Female) as per UP holding assessment

Ward #

Name of Village

Population

Remarks

 

Male

Female

Total

Ward 1

Ulania,Chhaykani,Bara Chouddakani

1565

1655

3220

 

Ward 2

Chhota Chouddakani, Satghar, Kazikanda, Mamuntakti

938

1010

1948

 

Ward 3

Tattibunia, Nim Haola

1028

1132

2160

 

Ward 4

Tattibunia,Pach Ghar

1113

1217

2330

 

Ward 5

Kacharikanda

994

1120

2114

 

Ward 6

Memsaheb,chhayani ,Jangla, Balir Haola

1147

1314

2461

 

Ward 7

Kamar haola, Chander Haola, Chhota Manikchand

1295

1339

2634

 

Ward 8

Nij haola, Talukder haola, Bhiar Haola, Gubbunia, Bara Manikchand

1957

1562

3489

 

Ward 9

Labubunia, Gramarodon

1285

1163

2449

 

 

Total

11482

11322

22804

 

 

Infrastructure and facilities:

Table 3.1: Facilities under Health and Family Planning Department

Ward #

FWC

UHSC/ RD

Community Clinics

 EPI Out- reach site

Satellite Clinic (SC)

EPI site merged with SC

NGO Clinic

Remarks

Ward 1

 

 

 

08

01

01

 

 

Ward 2

 

 

01

01

01

 

 

Ward 3

 

 

 

01

01

 

 

Ward 4

 

 

01

08

01

01

 

 

Ward 5

 

01

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 6

 

 

 

01

01

 

 

Ward 7

 

 

 

08

01

01

 

 

Ward 8

 

 

 

01

01

 

 

Ward 9

 

 

 

01

01

 

 

Total

 

 

02

24

08

08

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: union Health staff

Table 3.2: Educational Institutions

Ward #

Number of Primary School

# of Villages without School

GPS

RNGPS

Un- Registered

Com.

Schools

KG

Ebtedai-e Madrassa

NGO Operated

Ward 1

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 2

 

 

 

 

 

01

 

 

Ward 3

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 4

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 5

 

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 6

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 7

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 8

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 9

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

07

06

 

 

 

01

 

 

Source: Education office and UP

 

Table 3.3:  Ward wise Pre- Primary education Coverage

Ward #

Name of Schools (GPS/RNGPS/NGO Schol/KG School)

No. of surveyed children (5-6 yrs)

# of children enrolled in pre-primary school

Number of PPE Centers

#s of Children out of PPE

Girls

Boys

Total

GoB-run

NGO-run center

Ward 1

Ulanin Hat Govt Pry school

68

28

40

68

01

 

 

Ward 2

Mamun Tokle Ibtayli Madrasha

30

17

13

30

 

01

 

Ward 3

Ratandi Taltali GPS

73

36

37

73

01

 

 

Ward 4

Pata Bunia GPS

42

17

25

42

01

 

 

 

Tatti bunia RNGPS

38

20

18

38

01

 

 

Ward 5

North West Ulania RNGPS

30

16

14

30

01

 

 

Ward 6

South Ulania GPS

21

10

11

21

01

 

 

 

Chyani RNGPs

30

13

17

30

01

 

 

 

West Ratandi Taltali RNGPS

32

14

16

32

01

 

 

Ward 7

Moddho Ratandi Taltali GPS

54

30

26

54

01

 

2

 

Manik Char (RNGPS)

30

14

16

30

01

 

 

Ward 8

South East ulania Govt School

30

14

16

30

01

 

 

Ward 9

Gramordon Govt GPS

45

15

30

45

01

 

 

 

Viyer Howla)RNGPS)

30

14

16

30

01

 

 

 

Total

553

258

295

553

13

01

 

Note:

1.       Column-3: No. of surveyed children (5-6 yrs): Represents number of children with the school catchment not the whole word.

2.       Column-9: # of Children out of PPE: represents number of children out of PPE within the school catchment.

 

 

Table 3.4:  Ward wise Primary education Coverage (Administrative Data)

Union

6-11 yrs. Children

# of children enrolled in primary school

Children out of school (%)

Girls

Boys

Total

 

Ward 1

475

257

218

475

 

Ward 2

121

66

55

121

 

Ward 3

362

191

171

362

 

Ward 4

236

116

120

236

 

 

227

114

113

227

 

Ward 5

281

130

151

281

 

Ward 6

126

56

70

126

 

 

112

45

67

112

 

 

182

93

89

182

 

Ward 7

281

131

150

281

 

 

113

58

55

113

 

Ward 8

265

126

139

265

 

Ward 9

175

70

105

175

 

 

130

62

68

130

 

Total

3086

1515

1571

3086

 

 

Source: Administrative data from Upazila Primary Education Office: there is no surveyed data available on out of school children.

Table 3.5:  Ward wise Secondary education school and number of student

Ward #

Village

Number  of Secondary School

Total # of Secondary Students

(boys and girls)

Government

Non-government Registered/MPO

Private

Girls

Boys

Ward 1

Ulinia

 

01

 

621

807

Ward 2

 

-

 

 

 

 

Ward 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ward 5

Memsahab

 

01

 

24

48

Ward 6

 

-

 

 

 

 

Ward 7

 

-

 

 

 

 

Ward 8

Nizhowla

-

01

 

197

228

Ward 9

 

-

 

 

 

 

Total

 

 

03

 

842

1083

Source: School

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

 

 

Water and Sanitation:

Table 4.1: Ward wise Water Sources and Coverage

Ward #

Water Sources

% of

HHs  access to safe water

Remarks

# of DPHE provided Water points  (DTW)

# of Privately Installed Water points (DTW)

# of Water points provided by Zila Parishad (DTW)

# of Other water source (STW, PSF, RW & ring well)

#  of  Water sources are  out of order /non-functioning

Ward 1

35

 

 

 

8

60%

 

Ward 2

28

 

 

 

2

80%

 

Ward 3

24

 

 

 

3

70%

 

Ward 4

15

 

 

 

3

67%

 

Ward 5

22

 

 

 

5

80%

 

Ward 6

26

 

 

 

2

70%

 

Ward 7

20

 

 

 

2

70%

 

Ward 8

22

 

 

 

4

50%

 

Ward 9

16

 

 

 

4

70%

 

Total

208

 

 

 

33

70%

 

Source: SAE---, DPHE and UP chairman,

Table 4.2: Ward wise Sanitation Coverage

Ward #

# of HHs have Hygienic Latrine      (Have water seal, pit etc. & not connected with drain/canal)

# of HH have Unhygienic Latrine (if have not meet the criteria’s of hygienic latrines)

% of HH are using Open Defecation/ hanging 

Remarks

Ward 1

455

285

25

 

Ward 2

225

210

35

 

Ward 3

215

185

25

 

Ward 4

256

226

47

 

Ward 5

245

197

35

 

Ward 6

259

205

46

 

Ward 7

285

228

65

 

Ward 8

315

275

50

 

Ward 9

265

249

54

 

Total

2520

2060

382

 

Source:SAE-Sadar, DPHE and UP

Note: This information is based on the cumulative coverage reported by DPHE (counting from 2003) and UP assessment document but after SIDR, AILA huge numbers of sanitation infrastructure were damaged which has not deducted and even there is no recent assessment or survey on it.

 

 

 

 

5. SECTOR-WISE HR STATUS:

Table 5.1 Department of Health

MO

MA

HI

AHI

HA

San

Exis

San

Exis

San

Exis

San

Exis

San

Exis

01

0

01

01

0

0

01

01

05

05

Source: Health office. (Note: San: Sanction, Exis: Existing)

 

Table 5.2:  Department of Family Planning:

SACMO

Sr FWV

FWV

FPI

FWA

MLSS

San

Exis

San

Exis

San

Exis

San

Exis

San

Exis

San

Exis

0

0 rd

0

0

01

01

01

01

04

04

0

0

Source: Family Planning office.(Note: San: Sanction, Exis: Existing)

 

Table 5.3: Department of Primary Education:

No. of AUEO

No. of Teachers

No. of Assist Teachers

San

Exis

Vacant

San

 

Existing

San

Existing

Male

Female

Male

Female

 

 

 

 

23

35

 

13

32

Source: Education office. (Note: San: Sanction, Exis: Existing)

 

Table 5.4: Department of Public Health: 

Mechanic

Mason

Remarks

San.

Exis.

San.

Exis.

01

01

01

01

 

 

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

 

6.0 Mapping of NGO programs:

Name of the NGO

Health

Nutrition

WASH

Education

CP

Agri-culture

Micro-credit

Disaster

ASA

 

 

 

 

 

 

@

 

SAP Bangladesh

@

@

@

 

 

@

 

@

CODAC

 

 

@

@

 

 

 

 

BDS

 

 

@

 

 

@

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Situation of children:

 

Table showing the indicators available with source including L3M

 

Sector

Indicator

Coverage

 

Health

% of delivered women in the last six months who have availed all 4 ANC visits (source  L3M)

-----

(Total pregnant )

No. of children (12-23 months) who are fully immunized

----- (as administrative data/report)

Nutrition

% of delivered women in the last 6 months who have consumed at least 100 IFA tablets ( source- L3M)

0% (as last L3M during Sept-Oct 2012), (administrative report not available for this indicator)

Education

Attendance in primary

85%

Enrolment into elementary

100%

Child Protection

Birth registration

75% (UP Chairman); all manual data have been migrated to BRIS system.

Child marriage

No available data on child marriage exist.

Child labour

No available data. However, a significant child labor is visible.

Sanitation

No. of households with sanitary latrines

2520 nos. (SAE, DPHE)/ UP

No of households with access to safe water

Approx. 70% (for drinking)

 

 

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

 

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Name

Village

Profession

Contact Number

 

1

Humaun Kabir

Ratandi taltali

Teacher

01725254037

2

Amir Hossain

Ulania

Social Worker

01725652176

3

Forkan Ahmed

Ulania

Teacher

 

 

Union Parishad Functional Status

 

The standing committees have been constituted as per the government instruction. But they are not functioning well. Meetings are not held regularly and, if somehow hold it is not minuted properly and no follow up action in place. This has been observed several informal meetings with UP and review of documents.

 

Chairpersons of Standing Committees:

Sl#

Name of Standing Committee

Name of Chairperson of the Committee

Contact number of Chairperson of the Committee

Remarks

1

Education, Health and Family Planning

Tofajel Hossen

01713956329

Member of Ward no-1

2

Birth and Death Registration

Motaher Hossen

01724996021

Member of Ward no-1

3

Sanitation, water supply and drainage system

Salem Mahmud

01922707294

Member of Ward no-1

4

Social welfare and disaster

Kamal Hossen

01728533619

Member of Ward no-1

5

Resolution of family conflicts and women and children welfare

Rob Pada

01721874834

Member of Ward no-8

 

Status of Ward Shova

Ward Shova is held once a year under LGSP (Local Government Support Programme) prior to budget preparation to discuss on the important schemes for the particular fiscal year for the union. Except this ward shova usually does not take place.

 

Patuakhali district receives LGSP supports funded by World Bank. All unions of Galachipa Upazila are under this support. From this project, each Union Parishad receives approximately 1.5-2.0 million BDT per year to implement development work especially construction and maintenance of road, culverts, water sanitation, repair of schools etc. For this intervention all most all UPs arranged ward shova once a year prior to preparation of LGSP budget.

 

Name and contact number of UP Chairman: M. Sirajul Islam:

UP Robin Chandra Pal: 01718215712

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