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Indonesia Humanitarian Bulletin | January - March 2014 [EN/ID]

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Natural disasters impact increasing

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Fiji + 5 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 18 - 24 March 2014

There were 12 deaths and 15,446 suspected cases of dengue fever as the outbreak has now spread to all divisions of Fiji. In Vanuatu, there is increased relief response to TC Lusi.

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Vanuatu + 5 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 11 - 17 March 2014

There were 10 confirmed fatalities and two people missing after Tropical Cyclone Lusi hit Vanuatu. Elsewhere, King Tides affected Majuro and communities on four outer islands.

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Humanitarian crises, emergency preparedness and response: the role of business and the private sector - Indonesia case study

This paper addresses the role of the private sector in humanitarian action in Indonesia and broad patters of engagement between the humanitarian and the private sectors. In analysing these issues, the paper identifies the barriers to, and opportunities for, more systematic engagement between humanitarian actors and the private sector, and puts forward practical measures to make collaboration more consistent and successful.

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Indonesia + 2 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 18-24 February 2014

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Philippines + 9 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 11-17 February 2014

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It has been over three months since Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) struck the Philippines killing over 6,200 people, with nearly 1,800 individuals still missing. Humanitarian and early recovery activities are ongoing in a variety of locations. The Strategic Response Plan for Typhoon Haiyan remains only 45% funded.

Source: OCHA Humanitarian Bulletin No. 1

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Indonesia: Mt. Kelud Eruption (As of 14 February 2014)

Kelud (Kelut) is a volcano located in East Java. Kelud is known for large explosive eruptions throughout its history. Following the increase of Mt. Kelud activity for the past few days, the PVMBG increased its alert status to level 4 on 13 February. The mount erupted on 13 February at 22.50 and 23.30.

HIGHLIGHTS

3 Casualties
76,388 IDPs in Kediri, Blitar, Malang, Tulungagung districts and Batu Municipality.

East Java Governor declared an emergency situation until 12 March 2014 Governor of Yogyakarta declared an emergency situation until 20 February 2014

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Philippines + 3 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 4-10 February 2014

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It has been over three months since Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) struck the Philippines killing over 6,200 people, with nearly 1,800 individuals still missing. Humanitarian and early recovery activities are ongoing in a variety of locations. The Strategic Response Plan for Typhoon Haiyan remains only 44% funded.
Source: OCHA Sit Rep No. 34

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Philippines + 3 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 28 January- 3 February 2014

Heavy rainfall in Southern Philippines has caused floods and landslides, displacing thousands. Elsewhere, the Government of Tonga is putting in place a response plan to deal with effects of Cyclone Ian

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Philippines + 3 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot, 21-27 January, 2014

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Indonesia Situation Updates - 24 January 2014

HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES

Jakarta Floods:

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Indonesia: Update on Jakarta Floods (as of 21 January 2014)

• Approximately 134,662 persons or 38,672 households in 100 urban villages are directly affected by floods, with 12 casualties. At least 62,819 persons are displaced and staying in 253 displacement centers.

• GoI has indicated the emergency readiness phase for 30 days starting from 13 January 2014 until 12 February 2014.

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Indonesia Situation Updates - 21 January 2014

As of 21 January, about 134,000 persons in 100 urban villages across the capital have been directly affected by the floods, with 12 casualties.

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Indonesia: Update on Mt. Sinabung Volcanic Activity as of 20 January 2014

• Number of IDPs has increased to 28,536 persons or 8,967 HH. The displaced families from 31 villages of four sub districts within Karo District are sheltering in 42 displacement centres.

• The Incident Command extends emergency phase from 18 to 28 January 2014.

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Tonga + 4 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot, 7-13 January, 2014

PHILIPPINES

Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda): More than two months after Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, shelter continues to be a major concern. Priorities are now shifting towards self-recovery support; that is, providing families with tools, building materials and the know-how to repair their homes. However, efforts have been hampered by a severe funding shortage. Current funding levels allow for the distribution of self-recovery shelter kits for 175,000 people but this is less than 3 per cent of the target.

Source: OCHA Sit Rep No. 31

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Philippines + 21 others
Philippines: Foreign Military Deployed Assets (as of 30 December 2013)

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Philippines + 4 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot, 17-23 December, 2013

Heavy winds swept across central and northern Bhutan on 15 December leaving a trail of damages in 11 districts including 900 resident homes. No fatalities were reported.

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Philippines + 3 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot, 9-16 December, 2013

Floods in eastern Java, Indonesia affected over 7,000 families and injured 1 person. More than 1800 hectares of rice fields were submerged. 66,000 people remain displaced in Zamboanga.

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Indonesia: Humanitarian Snapshot (September- November 2013)

Highlights

  • While there have been fewer incidents of flooding over the past few months, the humanitarian impact has been high with 16 people killed and more than 197,000 people affected.

  • More than 17,000 people have been evacuated after Mt Sinabung eruption activity intensified in November.

  • The Government of Indonesia is engaged in IDP management activities, continues to closely monitoring volcanic activity and is in the process of preparing a contingency plan in the event of major eruptions from Mt Sinabung.

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Philippines + 21 others
Philippines: Foreign Military Deployed Assets (as of 04 December 2013)

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