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01/06/2015 03:29

Phaisat Village

Phaisat, Myanmar is a place located in Chin region at 23°56'59" north of the equator and 93°40'59" east of the Prime Meridian (or if you don't know what these numbers mean just look at the map).

Phaisat Village is a Village in Haipi Village Tract of Tonzang Township, Falam District, Chin State, the country of Myanmar with an average elevation of 1,410 meter above sea level.
The location is sparsely populated with 8 people per km2. The nearest town larger than 50,000 inhabitants takes about 6:21 hour by local transportation.

Distance between Phaisat and Myanmar capital Nay Pyi Taw is 329.94 kilometers. Currency used here is Kyat and country calling number for Myanmar is 95.

An estimated 4.13% of the children below 5 years old are underweight, with a mortality of 25 per 1,000 births.

Natural Hazards

Earthquake 80%
Flood 10%
Drought 40%
Landslide 80%
Vulcano 0%
Cyclone 0%

Phaisat can have destructive (viii) earthquakes (on average one every 50 years), with occurances at >7 Richter. When a strong earthquake occurs, damage will be slight in specially designed structures but considerable in ordinary substantial buildings with partial collapse. Heavy furniture is moved. Poorly built structures will be demolished. There is a medium-low occurence of periods with extreme drought. Flooding risk is low. Natural ocurances of landslides are high.

Nature

Phaisat has a humid (> 0.65 p/pet) climate. The land area is not cultivated, most of the natural vegetation is still intact.
The landscape is mostly covered with mosaic croplands/vegetation. The climate is classified as a tropical savanna (winter dry season), with a warm temperate moist forest biozone .
The soil in the area is high in cambisols (cm), moderately developed soils with lower horizons having color or structure changes from the parent material which permit the identification of a cambic b horizon.
Current temperature in Phaisat is 20°C and the ESE wind is blowing with speed 2kmh.


Weather

April is warmest with an average temperature of 27 °C at noon. January is coldest with an average temperature of 7.1 °C at night. Phaisat has no distinct temperature seasons, the temperature is relatively constant during the year. Temperatures drop sharply at night.

Winter can have some frostdays, with the coldest month most often being January. February is on average the month with most sunshine. The wet season has a rainfall peak around July, the dry season is around the month of January.

Time

Difference to your time: +1 (+7:-30 GMT)
Time zone: Asia/Rangoon

Chief of Phaisat Village:

The current village chief is Mr. Thual Go.

Nearby Phaisat:

Aisih 7 km west
Ai Vum 7 km west
Sialmong 8 km southwest
Leng Tang 8 km southwest
Tangsih 8 km east
Suanghawih 9 km southwest
Tuilam 9 km southeast
Chikha 10 km west
Vanglai 10 km west
Kongtal 12 km east


Note:

Phaisat villagers faces hardship from the Meitei rebel as well as from the government military. In June 2008, [Ref:9] the villagers of Phaisat, Tonzang Township were forced to leave their village and give them Kyat 3 lakhs each.
Now there are no villagers in Phaisat village in keeping with Meitei rebels demand. Actually, in Phaisat village there were about 40 houses and around 100 people earlier. Instead of protecting their citizens the military junta has reached an agreement with the Meitei insurgency group leading to many troubles and hardships for the Chin people (villagers).


Ref:
1, http://tzltt.com/112/post/2014/04/towns-and-villages-of-chin-state-murlen.html
2, http://www.bnionline.net/index.php/news/khonumthung/4331-rebel-outfits-drive-villagers-out-from-chin-state-in-burma.html
3, http://zoindigenous.blogspot.in/2009/05/chin-man-executed-by-indian-rebels-as.html
4, http://www.chinlandguardian.com/index.php/news/item/1285-time-bomb-exploded-in-tonzang-township
5, http://youngmizo.blogspot.in/2010/02/poppy-field-in-chin-state-destroyed-by.html
6, http://www.themimu.info/sites/themimu.info/files/documents/Tsp_Map_VL_Tonzang_Chin_MIMU154v03_26Dec2013_A1.pdf
7, http://www.burmalibrary.org/docs08/HRDU_YB-2008/pdf/displacement.pdf
8, An Assessment of Insurgencies in Assam, Manipur and Nagaland in 2009, By Namrata Goswami.
9, http://www.bnionline.net/index.php/news/khonumthung/5719-locals-caught-between-indian-border-force-security-force-and-rebels.html

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