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Indonesia: Sumatra Floods Emergency Appeal No. MDRID002 Final Report

GLIDE n=B0 FL-2006-000192-IDN

Period covered by this final report: 1 January to 31 May 2009;

Appeal target (current): CHF 520,632 (USD 496,929 or EUR 318,903);

Appeal coverage: 100%;

Appeal history:

- Request for assistance was launched on 12 January 2007 to assist 100,000 beneficiaries (20,000 families) for three months;

- Appeal budget revised down to CHF 708,824 (USD 651,942 or EUR 438,941);

- On 18 January 2008, the operational timeframe was extended until May 2008;

- On 5 August 2008, the operational timeframe was extended until December 2008.

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Indonesia: Sumatra Floods Emergency Appeal No. MDRID002 Operations Update No. 4

Period covered by this Operations Update: 1 June to 31 December, 2008

Appeal target (current): CHF 520,632 (USD 496,929 or EUR 318,903)

Appeal coverage: 100%;

Appeal history:

- Request for assistance was launched on 12 January 2007 to assist 100,000 beneficiaries (20,000 families) for three months;

- Appeal budget revised down to CHF 708,824 (USD 651,942 or EUR 438,941);

- On 18 January 2008, the operational timeframe was extended until May 2008;

- On 5 August 2008, the operational timeframe was extended until December 2008.

- This operations update seeks a non-cost

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Indonesia: Annual report 2007

Introduction

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In 1999, following the mass displacement

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Indonesia: Sumatra Floods Appeal No. MDRID002 Operations Update No. 3

Period covered by this Operations Update: 1 January to 30 May, 2008;

Appeal target (current): CHF 520,632 (USD 496,929 or EUR 318,903)1;

Appeal coverage: 100%

Appeal history:

- Request for assistance was launched on 12 January 2007 to assist 100,000 beneficiaries (20,000 families) for three months;

- Appeal budget revised down to CHF 708,824 (USD 651,942 or EUR 438,941) (1)

- On 18 January 2008, the operational timeframe was extended until May 2008;

- This operations update seeks a non-cost extension of the operational timeframe until end of December 2008.

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Indonesia: Sumatra Floods Appeal No. MDRID002 Operations Update No. 2

Period covered by this Ops Update: 1 March 2007 to 31 December 2007;

Appeal target (current): CHF 700,000 (USD 636,034 or EUR 433,813);

Appeal coverage: 73%;

Appeal history:

- Request for assistance launched on 12 January 2007 for CHF 3.36 million (USD 2.75 million or EUR 2.09 million) to assist 100,000 beneficiaries (20,000 families) for three months.

- Appeal budget revised down to CHF 700,000 (USD 636,034 or EUR 433,813)

- This operations update seeks for a non-cost extension of the operational timeframe until end of May 2008.

The situation

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Indonesia: Aceh flood - Damage and loss assessment

Report
World Bank
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

In late December 2006, widespread flooding struck eastern and central Aceh and parts of neighboring North Sumatra province. Seven Acehnese districts were affected: Aceh Tamiang, Aceh Timur, Bireuen and Aceh Utara on the east coast; and Aceh Tengah, Bener Meriah and Gayo Lues in the highlands.

Government requested that a damage assessment be carried out in affected areas to assess the damage and to better design post-emergency assistance. The survey was carried out through the network of the Kecamatan Development Program (KDP) from December 30 - January

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Indonésie : Retour sur l'intervention d'urgence à Sumatra

Fin décembre 2006, le Nord Ouest de l'île de Sumatra a été frappé par des pluies diluviennes qui ont entraîné de graves inondations et dévasté plus de 200 villages. Deux membres de l'équipe d'ACF sur le terrain reviennent sur l'opération d'urgence et les programmes de réhabilitation mis en place grâce au soutien d'ECHO (Service d'aide humanitaire de la Commission Européenne).

PHASE D'URGENCE

Répondre aux besoins immédiats des milliers de déplacés

Suite aux pluies torrentielles qui se sont abattues sur les provinces d'Aceh et du Nord Sumatra, plus de 360

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Indonesia + 1 other
India/Indonesia: Hotline 30 Apr 2007

(extract)

- CWS assisting families affected by severe flooding in Indonesia

- Families gain new homes in post-tsunami reconstruction in India

Indonesia

While flood waters have receded from the massive December 2006 torrential rains and flooding in northern Sumatra, many internally displaced persons remain in camps unable or too frightened to return home.

One of the worst affected areas in Aceh Province is Aceh Tamiang District, where some 200,000 people were affected.

The floods swept away people's livelihoods

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CWS/ERP Emergency Appeal: Indonesia (Tamiang, Sumatra) floods

Appeal #6986

Appeal amount: $228,960

SITUATION: Massive floods following torrential rains during the final weeks of December 2006 devastated Langkat District in Indonesia's NorthSumatraProvinceas well as several districts in AcehProvince.

One of the worst affected areas, which accounts for a large proportion of those affected and displaced, is Aceh Tamiang District. According to data from the local government disaster response co-ordination office in the Aceh Tamiang District, a total of 200,000 people in 12 sub-districts (Karang Baru, Kota Kuala Simpang, Kejuruan

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India + 8 others
Federation Secretariat Tsunami Progress Report Appeal No.28/2004: 2005 - 2006


In brief

This report focuses on the main events of 2006 but reports progress from December 26, 2004 up through December 31, 2006.

Global objectives: The Regional Strategy and Operational Framework (the strategy) was revised in mid-2006 reflecting changes in the operating environment as the recovery period got fully underway.

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Indonesia: 100 days after the Aceh floods, final clean-up before moving back home

Report
Oxfam
Kuala Simpang, Aceh, Indonesia - Indonesia, 30 March 2007 - After helping over 20,000 people to recover from the December floods in the worst affected district of Aceh Tamiang, the last displaced families are now moving back to their homes and Oxfam is completing its relief work this week in the area.

"After the floods, people's vital rights to water and access to sanitation facilities were disrupted. We immediately worked in coordination with the local Government and aid agencies to restore essential public health services", said Raphael Mutiku,

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Indonesia flood relief

Flash floods in December 2006 have left over 200,000 persons in Aceh, Indonesia homeless. Whole villages were swallowed and homes washed away.

In the worst-hit district of Aceh Tamiang, more than 12,500 houses and 75 schools were destroyed along with 280 miles of road. "There are no more floods, but residents' homes are still covered with mud up to one meter (more than three feet) deep, so they have to remain in camps," said one aid worker.

Mercy-USA for Aid and Development's Response

Mercy-USA for Aid and Development (M-USA)

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Indonesia: Sumatra Floods Appeal No. MDRID002 Operations Update No. 1

The Federation's mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity. It is the world's largest humanitarian organization and its millions of volunteers are active in 185 countries.

In Brief

Operations Update no. 01; Period covered: 30 December 2006 to 28 February 2007; Appeal target: CHF 3.36 million (USD 2.75 million or EUR 2.09 million); Appeal coverage: 17.7%1; Outstanding needs: CHF 2.76 million

Appeal history:

Launched on 12 January 2007 to assist 100,000 beneficiaries for three months.

Operational Summary: While the

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Indonesia's dengue death toll reaches 330

Report
Xinhua
JAKARTA, Feb 20, 2007 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- Total death number of seasonal dengue fever in Indonesia since January this year has reached 330 out of 23,000 infected people, the Health Ministry said here on Tuesday.

Head of Sub Directorate of Arbovirosis in the ministry Rita Kriastuti said that the death figure from the disease have rose sharply and it could be prevented through an implementation of good hygiene and sanitation measures.

"The number of the case could be decreased by a good implementation of sanitation and hygiene," said Kriastuti.

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Distribution alimentaire en Indonésie

Le Secours populaire soutenu par ses partenaires en Indonésie, a organisé une distribution alimentaire dans le village de Poncol, aux victimes des inondations.

En décembre dernier, une série de pluies diluviennes se sont abattues sur l'Indonésie.

Des pluies ont à nouveau frappé la zone début février et se poursuivent, empêchant la décrue des eaux.

Les victimes sont nombreuses, les maisons dévastées, les villages sous l'eau.

Des actions concrètes pour aider les victimes des inondations

Le Secours populaire a débloqué dès le

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Indonesia + 6 others
Health action in crises - Highlights No 145 - 12 to 18 Feb 2007

Each week, the World Health Organization Department for Health Action in Crises in Geneva produces information highlights on the health aspects of selected humanitarian crises. Drawing on the various WHO programmes, contributions cover activities from field and country offices and the support provided by WHO regional offices and Headquarters. The mandate of the WHO Departments specifically concerned with Emergency and Humanitarian Action in Crises is to increase the effectiveness of the WHO contribution to crisis preparedness and response, transition and recovery.
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U.S. provides additional emergency flood assistance to Indonesia

Washington, D.C. - The U.S. Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), has provided an additional $100,000 to support emergency flood relief efforts in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. These activities include the clean-up of debris, provision of clean water, and dissemination of public health messages.

Heavy rains since February 1 flooded roughly 60% of Jakarta Province and parts of the neighboring districts of Bekasi and Tangerang. Floodwaters are now receding in the capital, but water, sanitation, and health continue to be major concerns.

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Floods in North, East and Central Aceh & North Sumatra: UNORC Field Situation Report 09 Feb 2007

This report is based on information received from local government authorities, UN/NGO teams in relevant locations and the media reporting.

General Situation

The United Nations is responding to the request by the Government of Indonesia to coordinate emergency relief to the North, East, Central Aceh regions that have been affected by widespread floods since 22 December 2006. Seven weeks since the floods, roughly 50,000 remain displaced in Aceh Tamiang district. Clearing of mud and debris left by the floods is still ongoing. Most of the affected areas are now accessible

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Ethiopia + 12 others
OCHA - Geneva Natural Disaster Highlights No. 6

AFRICA

HORN OF AFRICA FLOODS

Unusually heavy rains during the months of October and November have turned large parts of the Horn of Africa into flood disaster areas with loss of life, massive displacement, and loss of livelihoods and assets in particularly in Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia. Accumulated estimates from the three countries put the total number of affected people between 1, 5 and 1, 8 million. Emergency response has being mounted by Governments in the affected countries, UN agencies, NGOs and other humanitarian partners.

ETHIOPIA

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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

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Indonésie / Djakarta : Inondations, intervention d'urgence d'Action contre la Faim

Depuis le 1er février, des pluies diluviennes s'abattent sur la capitale indonésienne et sa région. Elles ont entraîné une crue dévastatrice. On compte des dizaines de victimes, plus de 330 000 sinistrés, dont plus de 200 000 sont « déplacés » et accueillis dans des camps ou des « centres ». Leurs conditions d'accueil sont extrêmement précaires : manque de places, accès à l'eau potable, conditions d'hygiène, etc. Ceci alors que les pluies continuent de s'abattre sur la région et que les camps risquent aussi d'être inondés.

Action contre la Faim, déjà présente