TSUNAMI Early Warning Overview Community Based Disaster Reduction Earthquake Tsunami Tsunami Warning Center National Government Local Government What is Tsunami? People Where is Evacuation Route? Mass Media International/Regional Framework National Warning System Public Awareness & Preparedness
26 Dec. 2004 Tsunami Disaster in Indian Ocean If we know about Tsunami, people can evacuate safely! Hikkaduwa, Gall Province, Sri Lanka
TARGET NO CASUALTY
Evacuation from TSUNAMI RACE Against TIME
Tsunami Evacuation Plan Inundation Area Local Gov. Tsunami Arrival Time Town Watching Shelter & Evacuation Route Evacuation Map Community Evacuation Drill
Workshop & Town Watching Government Community
Workshop & Town Watching 1st Workshop Study about Tsunami Town Watching Find out the Dangerous Points in the Community 2nd Workshop Make the Evacuation Map 3rd Workshop Find out the Future Tasks
1st Workshop - What is Tsunami? - Where is inundation area? - How long will it take after the Earthquake?
Town Watching Let’s find out the Dangerous & Safe Points in the Community
2nd Workshop Let’s make a map. - Where we should evacuate? - Which road is good as the evacuation route?
3rd Workshop - We should improve the evacuate route for children and elderly people. - We should put the sign for the shelter.
Evacuation Plan For Each Area
Evacuation PLAN EvacuationDRILL
Evacuation Drill Check an evacuation route A drill for revival
1896 Sanriku Tsunami 1933 Sanriku Tsunami
Recorded Tsunami Height Tsunami Height
Aonae, Okushiri Upstairs (evacuation area) Upstairs Ground level
Tsunami Water Gate
Bank protect from tsunami was constructed in 1857. Two giant tsunamis attacked this area in 1854.