Chevaliar J.L.P. Roche Victoria K.S.G. Memorial Trust Society

The mission of Chevaliar J.L.P. Roche Victoria K.S.G. Memorial Trust Society is to strive hard for the betterment of underprivileged sections of the society, particularly the coastal community with focus on women empowerment, alternate livelihood, health and sanitation, conservation of natural resources, agriculture, climate change and disaster mitigation and adaptation.
Nov 3, 2016

PEACOCK CONSERVATION AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

COLLEGE PROFESSOR INAUGURAL ADDRESS
COLLEGE PROFESSOR INAUGURAL ADDRESS

REPORT TITLE: PEACOCK CONSERVATION AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

PROJECT TITLE: CONSERVATION OF NATIONAL BIRD, INDIA

At Mano College, Nagampatti Ottapidaram Block Thoothukudi District which works under the guidance of Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli. Indian National Bird Peacock Awareness Training Programme was held. This Awareness Training Programme was held in the presence of Principal, Mano College Nagampatti presided over this Training Programme. Project Manager, Global Giving Aided Chevalier Roche Society Project participated in this programme and provided the Peacock Conservation Training Programme. During this Training Programme following information were provided by him.

It was explained that both Animals and Birds also have the liberty like human community. Global Warning, Climate Changes, Natural Disorders, Natural Calamities etc., Multitudes of rare birds & rare animals are being destroyed. In order to project these animals and birds every one of us most shares our responsibility to conserve these animals and birds. It was emphasized clearly during this Training Programme. It was asked to work effectively with earnestly to protect the peacock. It is our earnest desire and must work effectively. Peacock is not only the National bird of our country but also this is a prohibited bird. According to the Indian Forest Conservation Acts hunting or killing or hunting the same is a punishable crime. It was explained in detail. According to Indian Forest Act of the year 1972 hunting or killing the National Bird Peacock is liable to the punishment of 5 years imprisonment and the penalty of Rs. 50,000/-. At Vilathikulam Panchayat union areas of Ottappidaram Block, Thoothukudi district Peacocks are dead in major level. It was also discussed what is the reasons for this. At first it was explained what are the reasons for the death peacock in details. For the meat, peacocks in hunted and killed. Among the people there is a superstition that peacock oil is a good medicine for the leg pain and knee pain. That is why peacock are killed more in number. Peacocks are hunted and killed for collecting the peacock feathers. Due to the scarcity of water and food in forest areas peacocks move from the village and came the village areas. During this occasion they meet accidents by the vehicle drivers. Sometimes peacocks touch the electric wires when they come into the villages and they meet death because of the electric shock. In the agricultural fields in order to project the crops farmers keep rat person here and there in their fields. By eating these poison peacocks meet sudden death. By eating the poison mixed maize grains and some edibles such as yam, colocasia etc. Peacocks meet death. Due to the scarcity of food and water and draught naturally peacock species are decreasing. Not only the peacock and many rare species are destroyed in this world particularly in our surrounding areas. In this situation we must have enough care about the Nature and Natural Resources, all types of animals and birds. We must develop our social Awareness and have the special concern about the forest lives and especially to protect the rare lives such as peacocks, elephants etc.

IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE PEACOCK SPECIES FOLLOWING GUIDELINES WERE OFFERED DURING THE PEACOCK CONSERVATION AWARENESS TRAINING PROGRAMME:

           Boy and Girl Students were suggested to convene the continuous Conservation Awareness Programmes among the common people and farmers. It was asked to encourage the farmers utilize the Natural pesticides such as panchakaviya in their agricultural fields. Students participated in the programme were encouraged to prepare the farmers to avoid the usage of powerful seeds and artificial fertilizers and to use the natural seeds and Natural fertility’s in their agricultural fields. It was also emphasized to make arrangements to avoid the incoming of peacocks into the domestic areas and we must arrange the food and water a peacock living locations. Students were asked to emphasize the point that the hunters and killers of peacock are prohibited kill the bird peacock and it is a punishable crime. It was explained in detail to the students with necessary details referring to the forest acts etc.Boys and girl students were encouraged convene the peacock Awareness Training Programme to protect the peacocks to inform the agricultural land owners to chase the peacocks from their agricultural lands when they come for food. The land owner’s people can make the voice and by clapping their hands they can drive away the peacocks from their areas. The Students were asked to form Indian National Bird Peacock Conservation and Supervision Committee. Being united with the Forest Department National Service Scheme students and NCC Students were emphasized to conserve the peacock species. Finally this Peacock Conservation Awareness Training Programme was accomplished after College Professor delivered the Vote of Thanks.

PROJECT MANAGER DELIVERED TRAINING
PROJECT MANAGER DELIVERED TRAINING
TRAINING GOING ON
TRAINING GOING ON
Nov 2, 2016

DISASTER INTERVENTION TO COLLEGE STUDENTS

DISASTER RISK REDUCTION CONVENTION AT COLLEGE
DISASTER RISK REDUCTION CONVENTION AT COLLEGE

REPORT TITLE: DISASTER INTERVENTION TO COLLEGE STUDENTS

PROJECT TITLE: FLOOD DISASTER RESPONSE AT TAMILNADU, S. INDIA

  Disaster and Disaster Risk Reduction Management Training one day Intervention Training Programme was held at Thoothukudi College. Principal, College presided over this programme in the presence of officers, National Service Scheme (NSS), Thoothukudi college GlobalGiving Aided Project Manager, Chevalier Roche Society delivered in this programme and offered the Training. During this Training Lectureship programme he mentioned the following points to the Boy & Girl Students gathered there.

TRAINING PROGRAMME REGARDING REDUCTION OF LOSES BEING OCCURRED DURING THE DISASTER:

Since the creation of the world human race has met so many disasters in various situations at various places. These incidents are a great challenge to the humanity and are causing great destruction in this world. It is continually happening. It was described in detail with the display of video programme. Generally disasters are of two kinds 1. Natural Disaster 2. Artificial Disaster. Of which in Natural Disaster there are many types such as Disasters in land, Hydrological disasters, Atmospherical disasters, and Biological disasters were explained in detail through video show. Disasters being stimulated by human society are Environmental pollution, Industrial Disasters were described elaborately. What is meant by carbon credit, Power decreased condition? What are the reasons for the power decreased condition being found among the Indian people? These were explained in detail. It was also taught which the disaster affected areas are and who are affected by the disasters.It was also explained about some disasters occurrence in some places of the states. It was described with the help of Indian Map and Video show.Disaster occurred in the past times in Tamil Nadu and other states of India loss of lives due to the disaster and damages of articles were explained in detail with the help of still photographs. Important factors of the Disaster Management such as situation before the disaster, situation during the disaster and situation after the disaster were explained in detail. Important purpose of the Disaster Management is the Reduction of Lives Loss, Reduction of Material damages, Reduction of distress to the human community and speed up to Recovery works. These were explained in detail and clearly. Prearrangement before the occurrence of Disaster are preparedness, identification of low lying areas, monitoring the disaster affected people, discovery of evacuation routes, finding out the protected places collecting emergency phone numbers. These were explained in detail to the boy & girl students. Creation of Continuous Awareness among the community to face the disasters formation of various Disaster Management Groups was explained. Necessary explanation was given in what manner shall those groups be formed? How shall be their activities? These were described in detail. It was explained in detail. How shall the Disaster Management Project Plan be prepared and what shall be included in that plan. Activities to be performed during the Disaster such as fore warning, sharing of the communication, search and Recovery Services, First Aid and Medical Services, Drinking Water facilities, Public Health, Accommodation and Food supply were explained in detail. It was also described in what manner the arrangement shall be made. After the disaster occurrence important arrangement to be made are Restitution, Permanent accommodations, Renovation and Reconstruction of Road, Electricity and Drinking Water supplies, Making of Alternative Livelihood opportunities etc. were discussed and described through film show. It was also explained what type of Actions to be taken for the Restitution of the local community and turning to the normal condition after the occurrence of disaster.  

 FIRST AID AND RECOVERY TRAINING:

          After the Lunch Break, First Aid and Recovery Awareness Training Programme was convened. During that occasion following details were offered along with the practical demonstration through video show. General Guidelines of First Aid and purpose of the First Aid were explained elaborately. If there are many persons who know the FIRST AID, it would be very much helpful to protect many lives during the accidents and disaster times. Regarding this a detailed explanation was given. If anybody feels suffocated during the accident or disaster times, and he becomes unconscious in what manner Artificial respiration can be made? It was explanation through the video cinema programme. For minor and major injures in what manner bandage to be made upon the injures. In what manner bandages shall be made in order to control the bleeding and call on the Ambulance after making the bandage to the injured person. All these were explained in detail. Practical demonstration was done with the necessary explanation for making the bandage to the bone fractured victims. How shall we treat the head injured persons? In what manner the bandage shall be made to them? Practical demonstration was performed along with the oral explanation to the students. In what manner First Aid Help shall be provided to the injured victims? How they shall be recovered from the fire? Practical Demonstration was performed before the students for their understanding. Practical Demonstration was performed to show how a single person can be helpful to carry the disaster affected person. In addition to this, if there are two persons available in the disaster affected area how can they carry the disaster affected persons? The Practical Demonstration was performed before the boy & girl students of the college. It was practically demonstrated how can we carry the major disaster affected persons and provided them the necessary First Aid Help and carry them to the 108 Ambulance. It was also taught to the students along with the practical demonstration to carry the severely bone fractured people in cradle method and chair method.

Boy & Girl students offered their experience sharing and finally Co-ordinator, Chevalier Roche Society delivered the vote of thanks and this Training &Lectureship Programme was accomplished successfully.

STUDENTS EAGERLY LISTENED POWER POINT PRESENTATION
STUDENTS EAGERLY LISTENED POWER POINT PRESENTATION
WOMEN STUDENTS LISTENED
WOMEN STUDENTS LISTENED
FIRST AID TECHNIQUES
FIRST AID TECHNIQUES
FISRT AID DEMONSTRATION
FISRT AID DEMONSTRATION
EVACUTION OF A VICTIM
EVACUTION OF A VICTIM
Oct 18, 2016

DISASTER TRAININGS FOR VILLAGE WOMEN IN CUDDALORE

DISASTER TRAINING AT PINNALUR, CUDDALORE DISTRICT
DISASTER TRAINING AT PINNALUR, CUDDALORE DISTRICT

REPORT TITLE: DISASTER TRAININGS FOR VILLAGE WOMEN IN CUDDALORE

PROJECT TITLE: FLOOD DISASTER RESPONSE AT TAMILNADU, SI.INDIA

PROJECT SITES: PINNALUR PANCHAYAT, MELBHUVANAGIRI UNION & PERIYAKUMATTI PANCHAYAT, PARANGIPETTAI UNION, CUDDALORE DISTRICT  

 At Pinnalur Panchayat, Mel Bhuvanagiri Panchayat Union to the community there women leader presided over this function in the presence of President, Panchayat Union Level Women Self Help Group Federation. Global Giving Project Manager of Chevalier Roche Society participated and provided the training on Disaster Management. Below mentioned points were taught to trainees participated in the programme.

DISASTER MANAGEMENT TRAINING:

As the rainy season is going to begin all people in the village were asked not to have any stagnant or still water with in the village.  All canals including water canals including the waste water canal it was asked to arrange for the free flow of water in the villages without any hindrance. All water path Routes shall be overseen and all types of encroachments shall removed. It was emphasized the necessity of forming a recovery group in village level. With the membership of people who know the swimming, drivers and masons that group should be formed. It was suggested to form the First Aid Groups by utilized school, college Boys & Girls students. It was also asked to identify and find the alternative skilled, Aged, conceived women, ladies, children and lepers and domestic locations. It was also told the participants to identify the numerous huts located areas.  It was too said to find the protected places of people, living, evacuation routes from the disaster affected area and all available facilities.  It was also suggested to strengthen the banks of ponds, lakes, ground level wells tanks etc. so that the water will not be over flown. It was asked to make necessary arrangements for the accommodation of affected people, medicines, food supply and protected drinking water supply. Participants of the Training were informed to arrange the public health facilities, safety measures to avoid the spreading of contagious diseases etc.

FIRST AID AND RECOVERY TRAINING: Among the disaster affected people there would some people have the much bleeding from their injures. It was taught in what manner the bleeding should be controlled and bandage made with the practical demonstration with the necessary explanation.  Along with the practical demonstration it was explained in what manner the Artificial respiration to be provided.It was also described practically how we should make the bandage for the bone fractured victims of the disasters. If there is only one volunteer is available in the spot of disaster, how should he carry the much affected ones of the disaster.If there are two volunteers in the disaster affected area it was explained in what manner they should carry the affected ones of that location. That explanation was given along with the practical demonstration.  Finally project co-ordinator delivered the vote of thanks to the participants of the meeting, president and guest etc.

COMMUNITY BASED DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (CBDRM) TRAINING PROGRAMME AT PERIYAKUMATTI PANCHAYAT, PARANGIPETTAI UNION, CUDDALORE DISTRICT

 At Periyakumatti Panchayat, Parangipettai Panchayat union, Cuddalore district Community Based Disaster Management Awareness Training Programme was held with the presidence of President, Panchayat level women Self Help Group Federation in the presence of Animator, Women Self Help Group, Project Manager Global Giving & Chevalier Roche Society Project Manager provided the Training. During this Training Programme follow in formation were offered. Provision of Disaster Awareness Training Programme to every person in the society is very essential now days. It was explained detail as follows.Due to the climate change in a particular location heavy rain fall is occurred. In some other places there are no enough rain fall and drought found. So here are the possibilities for a disaster. It was explained in detail. In order to avoid drought trees shall be planed and protected. In this manner we can protect the water resource and lift up the ground water level. To avoid the rain flood disaster Encroachments of water path routes must be removed. Banks of the tanks and ponds must strengthen and protected to avoid the breakings of banks.  It was also described about the low lying areas of huts (thatched houses) filled areas, low lying areas shall be traced and identified and how far the priority shall be provided them. It was also described to them. It was explained in detail to know and identify the locations of Children, Women, Alternative Skilled, Aged People, Lepers and where are they in the village? How many such people are there in the village? The priority to be given to them was also explained in detail with practical demonstration. It was advised to form village level Disaster Management groups, Search & Recovery Team and First Aid Team and to provide Training Continually for them. It was suggested to find safety places and evacuation routes and inform these to everybody in the village.

RECOVERY & FIRST AID TRAINING:

It was explained about the usefulness of First Aid during the Disaster especially soon after the accident met, to save life, to speed up to recovery process from life, to speed up the recovery process form the illness and protect the health condition of the disaster affected person it was described to them in detail.A good First Aid provider would keenly look at the Disaster affected person with sober mind and would use his brilliance with the self confidence he would work fast with the disaster affected person . It was asked to make a phone call either to the hospital or to the Ambulance about the condition of the disaster affected person before beginning the First Aid activities to the affected person. Being recognized the defect of the disaster affected person, we must provide the First Aid service according the condition of the disaster affected person. It was demonstrated in what manner Artificial respiration to be provided.It was also demonstrated practically how to control the bleeding and bandage to be made surrounding the bleeding injury. It was also explained with the practical demonstration in what manner bandage to be made for a bone fractured person. How shall we carry the disaster affected person? It was demonstrated practically during the First Aid & Recovery Training during the disaster. Finally Co-ordinator, Chevalier Roche Society delivered the vote of thanks in this Community Based Disaster Management Awareness Training Programme.

 

FIRST AID TECHNIQUES
FIRST AID TECHNIQUES
EVACUATION TECHNIQUES FOR VILLAGE WOMEN
EVACUATION TECHNIQUES FOR VILLAGE WOMEN
DISASTER TRAINING AT PERIYA KUMATTI, CUDDALORE
DISASTER TRAINING AT PERIYA KUMATTI, CUDDALORE
EVACUATION PLAN
EVACUATION PLAN
 
   

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