Bulgaria

EADRCC Situation Report No. 12 on the flood/Bulgaria

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1. Situation update:
1.1 The "State of Disaster" declared by the Bulgarian authorities, remains in place in 15 municipalities: Dolna Banya, Kostenets, Gorna Malina, Botevgrad, Svoge (Sofia District); the Municipalities of Novi Iskar and Vrabnitsa (Sofia-City District); the Municipalities of Belovo, Velingrad, Pazardzhik, Panagyurishte, Septemvri and Lisichevo (Pazardzhik District); the Chepelare Municipality (Smolyan District).

1.2 As a result of heavy rain, strong wind and hailstroms in different parts of the country, the situation remains of concern.

1.3 Rescue Teams of SACP and other organisations, experts from state- and private- Water and Electricity emergency units continue with relief operations and drainage works. Disinfecting activities in the affected areas continue.

2. International assistance still required:


Description
Unit
Offers
urgently required
2.1 Motor pumps for dirty water with a set of hose pipes and 25 - 100 l/sec capacity
set

30
2.2 Plunging pumps for dirty waters - electric, with a set of hose pipes and 10 - 20 l/sec capacity (monophase)
set

20
2.3 Portable 6-8 kVA electricity aggregates
set

10
2.4 Protective clothes for working in water
set

275
2.5 Outboard engine inflatable boats
set

25
2.6 Sleeping bags
each

500
2.7 Camp beds
each

1.000
2.8 Sanitary materials (washing and rinsing)
kit

20.000
2.9 Chemical toilets
each

50
2.10 Repellent against mosquitoes
litre

2.000
2.11 Disinfecting substances for houses and furnishing
litre

7.000
2.12 Disinfecting substances for arable areas
litre

5.000
2.13 new Hand or enginedriven backpack mistblowers to apply disinfecting chemicals
pcs

60
2.14 Sand bags
each

50.000

In prepation of the reconstruction phase, Bulgarian authorities are asking for 250 pcs. prefabricated houses and brigde equipment for 500 brigdes (like typ Bailey, Mabey &Johnson etc)

3. Points of entry:

3.1 Border crossing points KALOTINA, VRASKA CHUKA, DUNAV MOST, KAPITAN ANDREEVO, KULATA, DURAN KULAK

3.2 Ports: BOURGAS , VARNA

3.3 SOFIA AIRPORT

3.4 CENTRAL SOFIA RAILWAY STATION

4. Delivery point:

State Agency for Civil Protection
30, Nikola Gabrovski Str.
1172 Sofia
Bulgaria

5. Assistance provided by EAPC Nations:

5.1 Austria
5.1.1 Bedding and blankets
pcs
2.000
5.1.2 Food packs (flour, sugar, tinned meat, cooking oil, biscuits, cheese, dry bread, corn flour; one per family)
parcel
2.000
5.1.3 Hygiene kit (disinfectant, detergents; one per family)
kit
2.000
5.1.4 Chlorinated lime
kg
1.000
5.1.5 Disinfectants against mosquitoes
per 1.000 sq m
11.800
5.1.6 Disinfectants against rodents
per 1 sq m
5.000
5.1.7 Disinfectants against flies and larvae
per 1 sq m
100.000
5.1.8 Medical items (vaccines, first aid kits, water purification kits and others) for 10.000 people
kit
10.000
5.1.9 Portable electric generators 8-13 kVA
set
8
5.1.10 Outboard engine 40 HP for rubber boat
pcs
1
5.1.11 sand bags
pcs
30.000
5.2 Belgium
5.2.1 Sandbags
pcs
120.000
5.3 Czech Republic
5.3.1 Disinfectants against fungus, 2.1 litre each
package
4.200
5.3.2 Disinfectants against fungus, 500 litre each
package
1.000
5.3.3 Drinking water disinfectant SAVO
litre
8.000
5.3.4 Paint against fungus, 540 kg each
package
36
5.4 Germany
5.4.1 Fire fighting Pump/Water tanker vehicle
pcs
1
5.4.2 Command and Control vehicle
pcs
1
5.4.3 Fast medical assistance ambulance vehicle
pcs
1
5.4.4 Fire fighting pumps (different sizes)
pcs
106
5.4.5 Portable power generator (different sizes)
pcs
7
5.4.6 Motor chain saws
pcs
2
5.4.7 Portable searchlights
pcs
10
5.4.8 Helmet mounted flash lights
pcs
5
5.4.9 Life jackets
pcs
5
5.4.10 Motor grinder
pcs
1
5.4.11 Walkie talkies
pcs
62
5.4.12 Powder fire extinguisher trailer P250 kg
pcs
1
5.4.13 Protective gloves for fire fighters
pcs
30
5.4.14 Fire-fighters rescue ropes
pcs
4
5.4.15 Portable fire fighting sectional ladder
pcs
2
5.4.16 Heaters
pcs
4
5.4.17 Wading trousers
pcs
8
5.4.18 Wading boots
pair
31

5.4.19 German bilateral equipment support for the Bulgarian Government.

5.5
Greece

5.5.1 Greece has contributed financial assistance of EURO 50.000.

5.6 Moldova
5.6.1 Tents (3-5 people)
pcs
364
5.6.2 Rubber boots
pair
100
5.6.3 Rubber protective boots
pair
105
5.6.4 Blankets
pcs
250
5.6.5 Towels
pcs
800
5.6.6 Bed Set (sheet, 2 pillow cases, blanket case)
set
400
5.6.7 Bed sheets
pcs
364
5.7 Slovak Republic
5.7.1 Motor pumps for dirty water
set
4
5.7.2 Rubber boots
pair
100
5.7.3 Sleeping bags
pcs
200
5.7.4 Dining utensil (tripartite can)
set
2.000
5.7.5 Tents and accessories (10 to 12 people)
set
20
5.7.6 Towels
bag/166
5.500
5.7.7 Soap
bar
500
5.7.8 Portable generator 7,5 kVA
set
2
5.7.9 Sand bags
pcs
200.000
5.8 Switzerland
5.8.1 Sleeping bags
pcs
500
5.8.2 Rescue jackets
pcs.
300
5.8.3 Waterproof Protective clothes
pcs.
120
5.8.4 Rubber boots
pair
100
5.8.5 Cotton Bed sheets and pillow cases (100 each)
set
40
5.8.6 Single use bed sheets and pillow cases (400 each)
set
40
5.9
Turkey

5.9.1 Turkey has made a financial contribution of 5.000 USD to Red Cross Bulgaria.

5.10
United States

5.10.1 The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through CARE International Bulgaria provided 400.000,00 USD for the most urgent needs

5.11
United Kingdom

5.11.1 Financial contribution of £ 50.000,00 via the International Federation of the red cross to the Bulgarian Red Cross

Assistance provided by United Nations:

5.12 UN-OCHA grant 30.000,00 USD for purchase of food and disinfectants
5.13 UNICEF
5.13.1 Blankets
pcs
744
5.13.2 Cutlery
set
500
5.13.3 Kitchen water set
set
100
5.13.4 Folding water container
pcs
5
5.13.5 Rope, 220 metre each
pcs
10
5.13.6 Water purification tablets
tablet
1.000
5.13.7 Re-hydration salt
package
20
5.14 UNDP
5.14.1 Water pump
set
20
5.14.2 Food
package
2.600

6. Assistance provided by Non-EAPC nations:

6.1 Japan
6.1.1 Plastic containers 15 litres
pcs
576
6.1.2 Water tanks 3500 litres
pcs
6
6.1.3 Water purifying filtres
pcs
12

7. The Operational Points of Contact in Bulgaria are as follows:

Name : Ivan KARAPENEV
Organization: State Agency for Civil Protection
Phone: + 359 2 960 10 346;
+ 359 2 960 10 255;
+ 359 2 960 10 206
mobile: + 359 897 889 882
Fax: + 359 2 868 8115
E-mail: ikar@cp.government.bg;
stanimirova@cp.government.bg
nikolov@cp.government.bg
Operating Hours: 0700 - 1530 GMT
Name : Emergency Operating Center
Organization: State Agency for Civil Protection
Phone: + 359 2 862 60 75
+ 359 2 960 10 262
Fax: + 359 2 862 60 95
+ 359 2 862 60 24
E-mail: sacp@cp.government.bg
Operating Hours: 24-hour-duty

8. Coordinated Response

8.1 With a view to providing a coordinated response to the stricken nation’s requirements, nations in a position to meet these demands, in full or in part, are invited to reply to the Operational Point of Contact of the Stricken Nation, with an information copy to EADRCC, by any of the communication means listed below.

8.2 The EADRCC is in close contact with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN-OCHA) in Geneva and the Bulgarian Delegation to NATO.

8.3 Information about assistance offered and provided has been compiled from inputs received from EAPC national and UN authorities, which does not imply the EADRCC’s active involvement in each of the co-ordination processes.

8.4 The Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre can be reached in the following ways:

Telephone: +32-2-707.2670
Fax: +32-2-707.2677
Mobile Phone: +32-475-829.071 (24 hours)
e-mail: eadrcc@hq.nato.int Internet:
http://www.nato.int/eadrcc/home.htm