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Indonesia: Humanitarian Response Fund (2001 - 2012)

The Humanitarian Response Fund (HRF) is an NGO funding mechanism managed by OCHA that aims to provide immediate funds to respond to short-term humanitarian needs triggered by conict or natural disasters, particularly in areas where funding gaps exist. The humanitarian activities focus on meeting short-term emergency needs and re-establishing basic living conditions; preventing and strengthening preparedness for the occurrence of such situations; and laying the groundwork for supporting durable solutions by meeting initial recovery or transitional needs

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Access to Finance and Capacity Building for Earthquake-Affected Micro and Small Enterprises Project: Implementation Completion and Results Report

Report
World Bank

(excerpt)

1.1 Context at Appraisal
(brief summary of country and sector background, rationale for Bank assistance)

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Building on Success: JRF Effectively Respond to Multiple Disasters

Report
World Bank

Building on Success: JRF Effectively Respond to Multiple Disasters in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

  • The Java Reconstruction Fund (JRF) continues to make significant contributions to the recovery of Java from the earthquakes and tsunami of 2006. JRF projects showcase strong results, reaching housing, infrastructure and livelihoods targets on time and with high quality.

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Indonesia: Community-based Settlement Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Project

Report
World Bank
Project Objectives

The Project Development Objective of Rekompak is to assist in meeting the needs of eligible households for earthquake-resistant housing and community infrastructure in areas in Central and West Java and Yogyakarta Special Region affected by natural disasters. The project was designed to achieve this objective through four sets of activities (see project components below), and based on the expe=ACrience and lessons learned from a successful community-based housing reconstruction program in Aceh (this was the first CSRRP, otherwise known as 'Rekompak Aceh')

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Cases and Practices on Role of Community in Recovery

This compilation presents different cases of post disaster recovery highlighting the role of community. Involvement of community in the overall process of determining what is to be done, how it is to be done, who it is to benefit, and how to implement decisions to ―build back better‖ are emphasized.

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Indonesia: Yogyakarta Earthquake Final report - Emergency appeal n° MDRID001

Period covered by this Final Report: 26 May 2010 to 10 November 2010

Appeal target (current): CHF 32,667,430 (USD 32,108,718 or EUR 23,844,839)

Final Appeal coverage: 105%;

Appeal history:

- In this final report the appeal is closed as of 30 September 2010. And the budget still stands at CHF 32,667,430 (USD 32,108,718 or EUR 23,844,839).

- Last extension: The revised appeal was extended to 31 December 2010 with a revised plan of action on 30 April 2009. The budget was revised down to CHF 32,667,430 (USD 32,108,718 or EUR 23,844,839).

- Third extension: The revised appeal

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Indonesia: 'NIKIMON': A SUCCESSFUL MODEL FOR SMALL SNACKFOOD PRODUCERS

Yogyakarta, 21 June 2010

The success of small snackfood producers in Terong village, Bantul district, could be replicated as a model to boost sales and livelihood sustainability in Java, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Yogyakarta.

IOM is urging the public to support the recovery of the earthquake-affected snackfood businesses in Terong by shopping at a new store that opened this week in the village, in Yogyakarta Province. The store was launched in a special ceremony with district and provincial

International Organization for Migration:

Copyright © IOM. All rights reserved.

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Indonesia: Special Events Commemorate 2006 Yogyakarta-Central Java Earthquake

Yogyakarta, 27 May 2010

Commemorative events jointly hosted by IOM to mark four years since the 2006 Yogyakarta-Central Java earthquake on the morning of May 27th, 2006 included a gala night and community vigil.

Hundreds joined a night-time vigil service on Wednesday, May 26th to remember the 5,760 people who died in the earthquake.

May 2010 also marked the end of the first phase of the IOM Livelihoods Recovery project in the earthquake-affected area, which addressed the need for post-earthquake socio-economic recovery and was funded by the Java Reconstruction Fund (JRF).

International Organization for Migration:

Copyright © IOM. All rights reserved.

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Indonesia: Yogyakarta Earthquake Emergency Appeal No. MDRID001 Operations Update No. 24

Period covered by this Operations Update: 1 October 2009 to 31 March 2010

Appeal target (current): CHF 32,388,585 (USD 30,454,986 or EUR 22,616,949);

Appeal coverage: 105%;

Appeal history:

- Preliminary appeal launched on 27 May 2006 for CHF 12,834,000 (USD 10.4 million or EUR 8.2 million) to assist 200,000 beneficiaries for eight months.

- Revised appeal launched on 6 June 2006 for CHF 38,045,439 (USD 31 million or EUR 24 million) to assist 325,000 beneficiaries for 12 months.

- Revised appeal is extended to 31 December 2007 on 6 June 2007.

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IOM Indonesia Project Wins World Bank Accolade

The annual World Bank Financial and Private Sector Development Forum (FPD) has selected a post-earthquake livelihood project implemented by IOM in Central Java and Yogyakarta as one of the world's most innovative projects for crisis recovery and job creation.

The project, which will be presented with 19 others on March 2-3 at this year's Forum in Washington D.C., has been helping 3,000 micro- and small enterprises (MSE) in Yogyakarta and Central Java Provinces in regaining and enhancing their productive capacities following the disastrous 2006 earthquake.

International Organization for Migration:

Copyright © IOM. All rights reserved.

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Indonesia: IOM Yogyakarta Free Tours an Ongoing Success

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) wants to encourage more locals to support a new initiative that is helping earthquake victims to continue their recovery from the devastating May 27, 2006, earthquake.

IOM's new "free tours" have been highly successful as part of the IOM-Java Reconstruction Fund (JRF) Livelihoods Recovery programme. Since starting in January, many foreigners and tourists have joined the tours to the workshops and showrooms of micro- and small enterprises (MSE) in villages surrounding Yogyakarta city.

Shamima Khan, Trust Fund Manager of JRF,

International Organization for Migration:

Copyright © IOM. All rights reserved.

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Indonesia: IOM opens irrigation system to boost productivity for eartquake-affected farmers in Kebon village

Kebon, Klaten, Central Java, 17 December - MORE than 100 farming families will reap the rewards of increased productivity after the International Organization for Migration (IOM) launched a new irrigation system in Kebon village, Klaten, Central Java, on Thursday, December 17.

A new irrigation system, funded by the multi-donor Java Reconstruction Fund (JRF), was launched at a ceremony attended by government dignitaries, community representatives, IOM partners and beneficiaries of the project.

The new system was built as part of the

International Organization for Migration:

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Indonesia: Yogyakarta Earthquake Emergency Appeal No. MDRID001 Operations Update No. 23

GLIDE n° EQ-2006-000064-IDN

Period covered by this Operations Update: 1 April 2009 to 30 September 2009

Appeal target (current): CHF 32,667,430 (USD 31.68 million or EUR 21.42 million)

Appeal coverage: 105 per cent

Appeal history:

- Preliminary appeal launched on 27 May 2006 for CHF 12,834,000 (USD 10.4 million or EUR 8.2 million) to assist 200,000 beneficiaries for eight months.

- Revised appeal launched on 6 June 2006 for CHF 38,045,439 (USD 31 million or EUR 24 million) to assist 325,000 beneficiaries for 12 months.

- Revised appeal is extended to 31 December

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Indonesia earthquake emergency

Two devastating earthquakes strike the Island of Sumatra, Indonesia - leaving more than 1,200 dead and countless more injured and trapped in collapsed buildings.

A powerful earthquake has hit the Indonesian island of Sumatra, killing almost 1,200 people and leaving thousands injured. The 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck on Wednesday 10:49 local time, close to the city of Padang and triggered landslides across the island trapping thousands under collapsed buildings.

The earthquake comes a day after a previous earthquake (measuring 8.3 on the Richter scale) swept across Samoa triggering

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Indonesia: CHF's emergency response team to assist earthquake survivors in Sumatra

CHF International's emergency response team is heading to Indonesia to respond to the immediate shelter needs of the people of Sumatra.

An earthquake struck on Wednesday close to Padang, the capital of West Sumatra province, bringing scores of buildings crashing to the ground. More than 1,000 people are known to have died and as many as 3,000 people are still through to be trapped under rubble in Padang and the surrounding areas. In rural areas, many thousands more buildings have been destroyed and whole villages flattened by the 7.6 magnitude earthquake.

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Catastrophes naturelles aux Philippines, au Vietnam, au Laos, à Samoa et en Indonésie : contributions du gouvernement luxembourgeois

Pour venir en aide aux populations affectées par les récentes catastrophes naturelles en Asie, le gouvernement vient d'allouer un montant total de 575.000 euros à ses partenaires en matière d'aide humanitaire.

En réponse à la tempête tropicale « Ketsana » et aux inondations qui s'en sont suivies aux Philippines, le gouvernement a décidé de contribuer à hauteur de 100.000 euros aux efforts du Programme alimentaire mondial et de 50.000 euros aux activités de la Croix-Rouge luxembourgeoise pour distribuer nourriture et articles de première nécessité.

Le gouvernement appuiera à hauteur de

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Preparing Indonesia prepare for disasters

Report
World Bank
- Indonesia now better equipped legally and institutionally to respond to natural disasters

- World Bank shared knowledge on international best practice for damage and loss assessment with National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB)

- World Bank ready to provide technical support to government-led initiatives for damage and loss assessment and recovery planning

Once again, Indonesia is stricken by disaster. By now, it has become public knowledge that an earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale rocked West Sumatra, killing an estimated 1,100