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 Education is considered as one of the noblest professions by our civilization. In Virtue of the provisions entrenched in International Conventions and Protocols, Education is the first pillar in the ‘Putting-People-First’ mechanism for building a Disaster Resilient Society. Ex-Minister of Education and Human Resources, Vasant Bunwaree, has failed totally to respond to my series of requests made in view of educating students on ‘Awareness, Preparedness and Mitigation of Natural Calamities in the Indian Ocean’, just a few weeks before the Deadly Flash Flood of 30 March 2013. He has Violated the Provisions entrenched in the International Protocols and Conventions to which the Republic of Mauritius has adhered. He is one of the Policy Makers and stakeholders responsible for the death of 11 Mauritian citizens during that Extreme Weather Condition.

According to Article 6 of the Doha Convention 2012 (click here) all the Policy Makers of all countries are obliged to nurture ‘Country-driven mechanisms’  and ‘People –centred concepts’ for providing Safety and Security to the population as follows:

to undertake, cooperate in, to promote, to facilitate and to develop the following activities-

  1. Education: formal and informal targeting women and youth;
  2. Training for all personnel, journalists, teachers, community leaders;
  3. Public awareness at national, regional, sub regional and international levels supported by social media platforms;
  4. Public access to data and information on disaster initiatives, policies, and results of actions with due consideration to quality of internet access, literacy and language;
  5. Public participation in addressing climate change and its effects and in developing adequate responses with social media platforms and
  6. International, sub regional and regional cooperation and NGOs.

These are briefly the mechanisms and guidelines for a ‘country-driven approach’. Although these outlines concern Climate and Weather issues, the same approach can be applied for other calamities, like earthquakes, Tsunamis, etc.    

In Virtue of these, amongst others, the Policy Makers have the solemn duty to Educate the public. The Minister of Education has therefore the obligation to include Disaster Management Programmes in the curriculum in the schools, colleges and in tertiary levels. Ex- Minister Bunwaree is unaware of the importance of having practical skills that every citizen should learn, observe and respond before and during events of Natural Calamities. He has forgotten that it was the lack of ‘Awareness, Preparedness and Mitigation Mechanisms’ in the Early Warning Systems (EWS) that cost the lives of 283,000 (including missing ones) in the Deadliest Tsunami of contemporary life that occurred on 26 December 2004. It should be noted that I was able to Predict that event during April- May 2002 when I was conducting a survey in Rodrigues Island.

Mr Bunwaree did not know that according to the reports of the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Risk (UNISDR)Building up a prepared community requires the participation of formal and informal education sectors, addressing the broader concept of risk and vulnerability’.

Moreover, ‘Leaders of Indonesia’s Simeulue community received a prestigious U.N. award for saving tens of thousands of lives during the tsunami. Thanks to faith in their own knowledge of how the sea behaves and the reaction of buffaloes ahead of the tsunami, this community of some 80,500 people fled the shore for nearby hills on that fateful Sunday morning’.

Furthermore, the Ex-Minister of Education was surely not aware that ‘The power of knowledge was also demonstrated at a tourist resort near Phuket, Thailand, where a young British schoolgirl recognised that the turbulent sea and loud noise of the waves meant a tsunami was coming. She alerted her parents and other people present of the danger, which possibly resulted in saving of 100 lives. The girl was able to recognise the signs because she had recently learned about tsunamis in classes at her school. Education, whether of formal or informal type, empowers people by providing a sound basis for understanding and action... (Clinton, B., Transcript of Remarks to UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), July 14th 2005.

Another point should be noted that the basis of my ‘Cheval de Bataille’ is the fact, that I Predicted since October 2006, that disastrous cyclones like Gervaise (15-17 February 1975), will not visit Mauritius between 2007-2012, except a few small ones. This has been totally true. I mentioned in my Precious Document of 28 MAY 2011, which I submitted to the Policy Makers-Prime Minister, Deputy PM, President of Republic, Leaders of MMM, MSM, PMSD, MR AND OPR, that Cyclones and Flood will strike Mauritius as from January 2013. In fact, Cyclone Dumile (01-03 January 2013), Torrential Rain of 13 February 2013 and the Deadly Flash Flood of 30 March 2013 killing 11 citizens bear a virtual truth of my Predictions.

It is this concept of Early Warning System, which is a dynamic one particular to me that drives me to launch campaigns.  As I am well documented with up-to-date information on cyclone, floods, heavy rainfalls and other disasters, thanks to NASA, NOAA, JAXA and other scientific centres, the ‘Riding Force’ is inevitable. In addition, I was on the track of the impact of the Madden Julian Oscillation which I predicted to influence the South West Indian Ocean. It is this Atmospheric System (Rainfall Pattern mentioned to the MMS) that caused the Extreme Weather Conditions of 26 March 2008, of 13 February 2013 and of 30 March 2013, including other Heavy Rainfalls like 22 March 2012 and 27 March 2014 and Torrential Rain Warning on 14 March 2014 in Rodrigues. Being on this footing, I started my ‘Awareness, Preparedness and Mitigation Campaign’ at Islamic Cultural College on 25 February 2013. The dozen other college rectors, whom I contacted, requested me to have prior approval from Mr. Bunwaree the then Minister of Education and Human Resources.   

Mr. Bunwaree did not notice that my campaign was ahead of the 2013 Theme-‘ENGAGING YOUTH’ of the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO). Besides, my other objective
was a sort of career guidance for the students, especially that Mauritius has a considerable lack of professionals in the fields of Disaster Management. He failed as such to recognise that crucial education that I started. Unluckily, 11 citizens lost their life on 30 March 2013, which I consider the First Mega-Disaster in Mauritius. Click here to Read More: DEADLY FLASH FLOOD OF SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2013.


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