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Operation Renaissance 15 -1 TASK FORCE- NEPAL 28 Apr – June 15 LCol Mc. Cabe Canada deploys an Assessment Team and elements of the Disaster Assistance Response Team to assist in humanitarian crisis in Nepal
Outline • • Background Situation Update Areas of concern Questions
Aim Provide an overview of CJOC CONPLAN 20855/14 RENAISSANCE CJOC CONPLAN RENAISSANCE is a Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Humanitarian Operations Contingency Plan for the conduct of emergency assistance to nations affected by natural disasters.
Definitions • Humanitarian Operations (HO): These are international military operations conducted where the prime task is purely to assist agencies of the humanitarian enterprise in the delivery of humanitarian assistance. The CAF conducts HO as part of the Go. C’s efforts to promote international peace and stability. The CAF provides military assets to complement the Canadian national response as developed by DFATD, as part of CONPLAN RENAISSANCE. • Disaster Relief Operations (DRO): These are domestic operations conducted by the CAF to assist disaster relief efforts by federal or provincial agencies either at their request or when appropriate authorities have determined that assistance is necessary and the operation is duly authorized. The DART could be used and employed as part of the DRO contingency plans: – LENTUS (Canada) – HURRICANE (USA & Mexico)
Humanitarian emergency response • Protection of civilians • Provision of food, water and sanitation, shelter • Primary medical care CONPLAN RENAISSANCE Go. C decision Rescue Event Relief Recovery Immediate Lifesaving Stabilization General Recovery (Approx 1 to 7 Days) (Approx 8 to 50 Days) (50 Days +)
Government of Canada Response • Cdn assistance through HA partners (UN relief agencies, OCHA, Red Cross, NGOs) • Go. C decides to deploy a CAF HOTF under DFATD overall coordination • Interdepartmental Strategic Support Team (ISST) to assess the situation and recommend the required Cdn response • DART deployment upon Go. C decision for further actions
The Whole of Government • Whole of Government denotes public service agencies working across portfolio boundaries to achieve a shared goal and an integrated government response to particular issues. Approaches can be formal and informal. DFATD is the lead, we are in support • Expect to have to work and coord with our partners to ensure the best application of our Wo. G efforts and resources • All trg efforts must include provision for trg with Wo. G partners DND supports Wo. G as an integrated effort
CAF Humanitarian Operations CDS Intent • Deploy quickly to create strategic effect while ensuring appropriate and timely HA in all stages of a response following a disaster • Readiness and effectiveness will be the hallmarks of our contributions • CAF elements maintained at high readiness primarily for humanitarian operations • Task-tailored and scalable response to meet the needs at hand • DART can deploy partially, independently or as part of a larger organisation
UNCLASSIFIED Commandement des opérations interarmées du Canada NEPAL: Weather Effect Matrix 1 Legend KATHMANDU, NEPAL 19 MAY 20 MAY 21 MAY AIR (FIXED WING) TS/V/P TS V Visibility W Wind TS Thunderstorm AIR (HELO) TS/V/P TS C Ceiling IC Icing DS Dust Storm VEHICLE MOVEMENT V V/P V P Precipitation TB Turbulence CC Cloud Coverage NEW DELHI, INDIA 19 MAY 20 MAY 21 MAY AIR (FIXED WING) TS/V V AIR (HELO) TS/V V VEHICLE MOVEMENT V V V KUWAIT CITY, KUWAIT 19 MAY 20 MAY 21 MAY AIR (FIXED WING) TB 2 VEHICLE MOVEMENT CHINA NEPAL 2 Pokhara Mt Everest New Delhi INDIA 18 -May-15 1 Kathmandu Canadian Joint Operations Command
UNCLASSIFIED Commandement des opérations interarmées du Canada Op RENAISSANCE 15 -1 SITUATION UPDATE Casualties: 8, 604 / Injured 16, 808/ Displaced 2. 8 m (1) There are recent reports of poor quality of food being distributed resulting in an investigation into the origin of these items. (2) It is reported that a Parliamentary Monitoring Committee has made a decision to move 62 settlements in Dhading District because of unsafe conditions (building set to collapse) and shortages of food, water and sanitation. They are being relocated to places that may be easier to service. It is possible that this will have an immediate impact on land-owners who do not wish to relocate. CHINA NEPAL New Delhi INDIA Pokhara Mt Everest Kathmandu CJOC J 2 Assessment: Direct and collateral (terrorism) threat to CAF personnel operating in Nepal is LOW. As with other humanitarian disasters the health hazard IVO the disaster area is assessed to be HIGH based on a lack of sanitation and improper hygiene. The threat from crime is currently LOW. The greatest hazard comes from the possibility of further infrastructure damage following more aftershocks and heavy rains triggering landslides as Monsoon season is approaching (June-September). 19 May 15 Canadian Joint Operations Command
Commandement des opérations interarmées du Canada NEPAL EARTHQUAKE 7. 3 UNCLASSIFIED Time: 120706 Z May 15 Location: 83 Km East of Kathmandu 18 Km Deep Multiple aftershocks: 5. 6, 5. 4, 6. 3, 5. 6 12 -May-15 Canadian Joint Operations Command
UNCLASSIFIED Commandement des opérations interarmées du Canada Task Force Nepal (DART) Disposition • • • 73 pers • Liaison • DART HQ • C 2 • JTFSE • Med Det DART HQ APOD Sect - 8 Log Pl (-) - 21 Engr Tp (-) - 14 CIMIC Det - 1 Med Sect - 14 47 pers (-) 73 pers • • • C 2 - 8 CSS Det – 6 D & S Sect - 38 Engr Sect - 13 Med Sect - 8 • • • C 2 - 10 CSS Det – 5 D & S Sect - 11 Engr Sect - 3 2 x CIMIC Det - 5 Med Sect - 13 (-) CHAUTARA KATHMANDU SANKHU SUMITRA 66 km 3 hrs drive 19 May 15 Canadian Joint Operations Command
Commandement des opérations interarmées du Canada Op RENAISSANCE 15 -1 Mission : On order, CJOC will implement CONPLAN RENAISSANCE in support of DFATD for the provision of humanitarian assistance and disaster response in NEPAL in order to address the humanitarian crisis and assist in re-establishing essential life support capabilities as part of a whole of government response. Task Force Composition: • ISST: dissolved, mil 3 incorporated with DART • Chalk 1: HART mil 17, LUSAR mil 7, MED mil 6 • Chalk 2: mil 53 • Chalk 3: mil 18, civ 2 (DFATD) + 2 CAL • Chalk 4: mil 30 • Chalk 5: mil 19 • Chalk 6: mil 13 • Chalk 7: mil 37 • Chalk 8: mil 3 Command Control: • CDA India – Col Dussault 011 91 -98 -105 -05741 • DART CO - LCol Izatt BB 613 -483 -7231 Past 24 Hrs: • Camp Sumitra – The Role 1 medical facility at SUMITRA has closed. 36 pers and equipment moved from Camp SUMITRA to Camp ASAYA. • Camp ASAYA - A Role 1 medical facility being established to provide integral support to the DART element operating in the region. Continued to clear roads, rubble and water sources. CONOPS: • 2 weeks Humanitarian Assistance (HA) • 2. 5 weeks for Medical Support Work • LOO 1 - Kathmandu Based, liaison with other organisations, C 2, Light Engr, RSOM of DART pers and eqpt arriving at APOD • LOO 2 - Sumitra Staging Camp with outreach teams, medical mobile teams, light Engr, CIMIC, setting conditions for ops and transition (NGOs to take over) • LOO 3 - Charikot ops incl. Recce, Medical mobile teams, light Engr 19 May 15 UNCLASSIFIED Manning Mil - 201 Civ - 2 J 2 • • UN reports 8, 604 casualties and 16, 808 injured as of 18 May 2015. 3+ million people in need of food assistance. Priority includes food, water, and shelter. Aftershocks, landslides and heavy rains have increased the need for shelters and IDP camps. • Risk of aftershock and landslide remains. Next 48 Hrs: • Ongoing employment of DART Med, Engr and CIMIC • Exploring and defining transition conditions • TAV planning for 2 x traffic techs to assist redeployment • Camp SUMITRA handover scheduled 19 May to focus ops in Sankhu (Camp ASAYA) Canadian Joint Operations Command
UNCLASSIFIED Commandement des opérations interarmées du Canada Op RENAISSANCE 15 -1 – FORCE MOVEMENT Koln-Bonn Trenton 8 hrs Ali Al Salem Dep (DTG) Zulu/Local/Ottawa 22 1230 Z MAY 15 / 22 1530 L MAY 15 / 22 0830 EDT MAY 15 24 1230 Z MAY 15 / 24 1530 L MAY 15 / 24 0830 EDT MAY 15 25 1230 Z MAY 15 / 25 1530 L MAY 15 / 25 0830 EDT MAY 15 19 May 15 APOE Kathmandu Flt CFC 4062 Chalk 1 CFC 4062 Chalk 2 CFC 4062 Chalk 3 AC Type Load 5: 30 Kathmandu 4: 30 1: 30 New Delhi Arr (DTG) Zulu/Local/Ottawa APOD CC 177 23 1200 Z MAY 15 / 23 1500 L MAY 15 / 23 0800 EDT MAY 15 Ali Al Salem CC 177 24 2100 Z MAY 15 / 25 0000 L MAY 15 / 24 1700 EDT MAY 15 Ali Al Salem CC 177 25 2100 Z MAY 15 / 26 0000 L MAY 15 / 25 1700 EDT MAY 15 Ali Al Salem Canadian Joint Operations Command
UNCLASSIFIED Commandement des opérations interarmées du Canada Medical DART Metrics (as of 19 May 15) Mobility -Nepalese patients treated – 708 Earthquake related – 179 (25. 3%) Non-Earthquake related – 529 (74. 7%) -Trend – number of earthquake related patients decreasing -MNMCC has indicated decreasing requirement for Mobile Medical teams -Nepal Army has requested military medical teams to transition out -Provided shelter to Neonatal unit -Bridges repaired – 1 -Routes opened/maintained – 6 -Rubble removed – 1706 m 3 -Route Obstacles/Land slides Cleared – 21 -Route opening reaching approx 204, 000 civs -Bridge/route repair allowed access to 18 towns and rural areas in 24 km 2, approx 50, 000 civs -Local population has commenced clearance of urban centers - Wells opened - 4 Government of Nepal & Allies CIMIC -Radio station repaired – 1 -Public Safety announcements – 300 -Villages provided access to water by enabling NGO – 5, approx 3400 civilians -Distribution of NGO (Waves for Water) water filtration units – 75 -UNOCHA has opened three coordination centres in Nepal (Kathmandu, Gorkha, Chautara) - Follow up assessments of indirect aid provision of water filtration units 19 May 15 -Maps printed and distributed – 506 to Nepalese Army, NGOs and foreign military -Enabled surgical capability of Nepalese -Orthopedic Hospital through provision of a tented Operating Room (OR) and post OR -Allied drawdown from 4302 to 2088 -Nepal Army is moving to take over the IOM assessment in 6 Districts. Nepalese Army operating: 108, 000 -UK Chinooks never gain entry into Nepal --USMC, Rotary wing effects are being replaced by WFP Mi-8 s Canadian Joint Operations Command
UNCLASSIFIED Commandement des opérations interarmées du Canada Summary • Transition criteria – Medical: below 30% of disaster related patients (Metric comes from last DART deployment transition criteria as directed by CJOC for that op, and in consultation with TF Surg it was confirmed this was still a valid criteria) – Mobility: DART is under taking capacity building with the Nepal Army to ensure that they are enabled to assume this task – CIMIC: UNOCHA and NGO coordination centres established – Government of Nepal/Allies: Nepalese Govt no longer requires external military assets • DART has bridged the gap between rescue and recovery through rapid deployment and efficient employment of relief capabilities matching the needs of Nepal. 19 May 15 Canadian Joint Operations Command
The first tents are set up at Camp SUMITRA, a forward operating base in Sindhupalchok District, by elements of the DART as part of the Government of Canada's earthquake relief efforts on May 5, 2015.
Representatives from Canada including members of the Canadian Armed Forces Disaster Assistance Team and Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development meet with others nations for the daily briefing at the Multinational Military Coordination Center in Kathmandu, Nepal during Operation RENAISSANCE 15 -1 on May 11, 2015.
Villagers observe Master Corporal Nicholas Cappelli Horth, a DART medical technician, as he provides medical treatment to a child in the village of Kodari in Sindhupalchok District, Nepal on May 6, 2015.
Challenges • • • Weather Slot times Nepalese Donations Re-deployment