Jiribam Municipal Council


URBAN POOR PROFILE

 

1. Slum Profile 

Manipur has no slum population according to 2001 Census of India. According to NSSOā€˜undeclared slumsā€™ were defined as if 20 households live in a compact area with a collection of poorly  built  tenements,  mostly  of  temporary  nature,  crowded  together usuallwith  inadequate sanitary and drinking water facilities in hygienic condition. 

2. Overview of Urban poor in Jiribam Town 

The Urban poor (BPL families) are scattered in the different localities of the town. These are identified by poor housing and infrastructure conditions. The BPL families are having land but could not construct their own houses and so they are living in poor & pathetic housing condition. Many of the families are also not having proper toilet and bathroom. The Urban poor do not have proper access to infrastructure facilities. Some of the Urban poor areas are shown in the following pictures.

 As per socio-economic survey conducted by the Jiribam Municipal Council in 2006 of the whole town, average number of persons per family is 5.16.. Of the occupation found among the Urban poor, 41.46% consist of Primary , 56.09% consist of Secondary and 2.43% consist of Tertiary. Average income is Rs 2794/month  and Rs 93/day. As per the record maintained by the Jiribam Municipal Council, there are 597 household below poverty line (BPL+AAY). Hence, the present scheme aims at upliftment of the housing condition of the   stated below poverty line. Ward wise breakup of the BPL families is shown below:

 Ward No

 Name oWard

 No. oFamilies

 TotaPopulation

 No. of BPL Family

 No. of AAY Family

No. oUrban poor Family

(BPL+AAY)

 

1

 

Kalinagar

 

160

 

901

 

73

 

20

 

93

 

2

 

Kalinagar

 

178

 

917

 

45

 

23

 

68

 

3

 

Kalinagar

 

133

 

716

 

39

 

22

 

61

 

4

 

Babupara

 

107

 

474

 

29

 

20

 

49

 

5

 

Babupara

 

126

 

592

 

30

 

24

 

54

 

6

Dibong

Khunou

 

134

 

737

 

36

 

21

 

57

 

7

 

Chandrapur

 

253

 

   1320

 

34

 

19

 

53

 

8

 

Chandrapur

 

162

 

846

 

51

 

23

 

74

 

9

 

Lukhipur

 

67

 

353

 

21

 

20

 

41

 

10

 

Dibong

 

86

 

401

 

28

 

19

 

47


 Total

 1406

 7257

 386

 211

 597


From the above table, it can be seen that 42.46% of the families in Jiribam Town are BPL (including AAY) families. 


WarNo

Name of the Ward

 No. of Family

Existing Housing Condition

 Pucca House

 Brick wall & CGI roof

  Mud wall, CGI roof with concrete floor & plinth

 Mudwall, CGI roof with mud floor & plinth

 Mud wall, & thatched roof or pakhan

Bamboo chattai wall & Chattai roofing

 Houses o rent or Govt. Qts.

1

Kalinagar

160

4

8

39

27

34

37

11

2

Kalinagar

178

5

18

20

44

31

11

49

3

Kalinagar

133

2

8

31

43

34

10

5

4

Babupara

107

4

23

20

21

17

4

18

5

Babupara

126

14

18

53

17

11

2

11

 6

DibonKhunou

134

5

6

13

34

50

5

21

7

Chandrapur

253

3

13

36

49

45

24

83

8

Chandrapur

162

2

5

30

28

58

27

12

9

Lukhipur

67

1

1

0

18

44

0

3

10

Dibong

86

3

6

13

15

26

4

19


Total

1406

43

106

255

296

350

124

232


5.3 Infrastructure Status of the Slum Areas. 

3.1    Housing 

A socio-economic survey was conducted by Jiribam Municipal Council in 2006. In the survey it reveals that 10.60% are staying in Pucc houses, 18.14% in semi-pucca houses and 71.26 in Kutcha houses. 

        From the above table, it is seen that the housing conditions of the residents of Jiribam is extremely poor. Many houses still have Thached roof, makechift old CGI sheet roofs & mud walls. SinceManipur experiences  high rainfall almost throughout  the years,  the houses, especially the thatched ones and makechifold CGI need to be upgraded to make them favourable for human habitation. There are 350 thached houses and 124 nos. of makechift houses which required immediate attention. 

There are as many as 706 numbers of houses which need to be constructed new in the Town, out of which 597 number of houses belong to BPL and AAY families. The condition of some of these houses may be seen from the following pictures.

 3.2    Water Supply 

There are as many as 255 households are still depending on stream/natural water  source for their water supply and the existing storage tank for these water points are in dilapidated condition as shown in the pictures below.

 Households/Population by Sources of Water Supply (2006) Jiribam

 

Drinking

Household

Population

Tap

55

308

Pond

33

192

Rive

417

2093

Purchas

40

183

Tank

0

0

Tubewell

18

95

Ringwell

768

3941

Spring

75

445

Total

1406

7257

 Washing

 Household

 Population

Tap

34

192

Pond

90

483

Rive

543

2886

Purchas

8

29

Tank

2

11

Tubewell

15

78

Ringwell

697

3494

Spring

17

84

Total

1406

7257


3.3    Sewerage & Sanitation 

There is no sewerage system in the town. Availability of sanitation facilities is shown in the table below. 

Households/Population by Types of Toilet (2006) Jiribam 

 

Ward

No

Existing Sanitation Condition

Proposed Sanitation

Kutcha (Pit)

Low Cos

(Leach Pit)

Pucca with

Septic Tank

Open

Improvement

New construction

HH

P

HH

P

HH

P

HH

P

HH

P

HH

P

 1

 2

 3

 4

 5

 6

 7

 8

 9

 4

 5

 2

 3

 1

 67

 389

 44

 257

 40

 210

 9

 45

 44

 257

 76

 434

 2

 102

 522

 12

 64

 60

 310

 4

 21

 12

 64

 106

 543

 3

 75

 387

 24

 134

 27

 168

 7

 27

 24

 134

 82

 414

 4

 79

 347

 15

 77

 12

 45

 1

 5

 15

 77

 80

 352

 5

 52

 255

 30

 152

 44

 185

 0

 0

 30

 152

 52

 255

 6

 92

 511

 17

 89

 23

 126

 2

 11

 17

 89

 94

 522

 7

 179

 892

 37

 216

 27

 156

 10

 56

 37

 216

 189

 948

 8

 39

 197

 90

 460

 27

 163

 6

 26

 90

 460

 45

 223

 9

 63

 333

 0

 0

 3

 16

 1

 4

 0

 0

 64

 337

 10

 43

 171

 26

 132

 13

 86

 4

 12

 26

 132

 47

 183

 Total

 791

 4004

 295

 1581

 276

 1465

 44

 207

 295

 1581

 835

 4211

Low cost = Govt. scheme latrines

HH-Household       P- Person 

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