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Post-Earthquake Response and Reconstruction: Gender-sensitive advocacy in Indonesia

Report
Oxfam

Around one million Indonesians are affected by natural disasters every year. Despite significant government investment in early warning systems and disaster management, the impact of the 2009 earthquake in West Sumatra showed that much more needs to be done. Oxfam’s post-earthquake advocacy work aimed to build understanding of how gender inequality shapes vulnerability and to promote women’s participation in designing the emergency response.

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Indonesia + 1 other
Australian parliamentarians visit aid programs in Padang

An Australian parliamentary delegation welcomed the progress being made on the reconstruction of facilities devastated in a 2009 earthquake in Padang, Indonesia, during a recent tour of aid programs in the region.

Australia committed nearly $19 million towards emergency relief, recovery and reconstruction efforts in West Sumatra following the earthquake, which killed more than 1,100 people and damaged or destroyed more than 300,000 buildings.

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ECHO Factsheet Indonesia – August 2012

Facts & Figures

  • €84.5 million in response to natural disasters since 1994

  • €22 million to assist victims of conflicts since 1994

  • €8.27 million for disaster preparedness since 1994

Through ECHO funding, nearly 150 million people are helped each year in more than 90 countries outside the EU through approximately 200 partners (International non-governmental organisations, the Red Cross/Red Crescent movement, and UN agencies).

Key messages

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World + 5 others
Politique humanitaire : Du Rwanda à Haïti - quels progrès en matière de redevabilité ?

Report
IRIN

DAKAR, 9 juillet 2012 (IRIN) - L’Évaluation conjointe de l’aide d’urgence au Rwanda (Joint Evaluation of Emergency Assistance to Rwanda - JEEAR), une évaluation de la réponse humanitaire des gouvernements et des organisations d’aide humanitaire au génocide de 1994 réalisée en 1996, a souligné, entre autres problèmes, la mauvaise coordination, la faible redevabilité (« accountability » en anglais) envers les survivants du génocide et la distribution d’aide aux auteurs des violences.

IRIN:

A selection of IRIN reports are posted on ReliefWeb. Find more IRIN news and analysis at http://www.irinnews.org

Une sélection d'articles d'IRIN sont publiés sur ReliefWeb. Trouvez d'autres articles et analyses d'IRIN sur http://www.irinnews.org

This article does not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations or its agencies. Refer to the IRIN copyright page for conditions of use.

Cet article ne reflète pas nécessairement les vues des Nations Unies. Voir IRIN droits d'auteur pour les conditions d'utilisation.

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Injury, disability and quality of life after the 2009 earthquake in Padang, Indonesia: a prospective cohort study of adult survivors

Mondastri K. Sudaryo, Besral1, Ajeng Tias Endarti, Ronnie Rivany, Revati Phalkey, Michael Marx and Debarati Guha-Sapir

Background: On 30 September 2009, a 7.6 magnitude earthquake severely hit the coast of Padang city in West Sumatra, Indonesia leaving about 1,117 people dead and injuring another 3,515. Health consequences such as physical injury, co-morbidity, disability and quality of life over time are seldom reported among survivors after earthquakes.

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Qatar Charity inaugurates large residential project to house the victims of Sumatra earthquake

Report
Qatar Charity

Zainal: Qatar Charity (QC) quality projects aim to achieve sustainable development for poor communities.

The Indonesian Social Affairs Minister: We thank QC for its efforts in strengthening our social development.

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West Sumatra Earthquakes Emergency appeal no. MDRID004 Final Report

Period covered by this Final Report: 30 September 2009 – 30 September 2011

Appeal target (current): CHF 14,219,542

Appeal coverage: With contributions received to date, the appeal is 103 per cent covered in cash and kind;

Appeal history:

  • In this report, the appeal is closed as of 31 August 2011.

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Pakistan + 4 others
DEC Annual Report and Accounts 2010–11

DEC launches new website and publishes annual report

The DEC has today launched a new website that will help donors see how their money is being spent and encourage more giving.

The site has been built by SiftGroups and incorporates more rich media content such as video, slideshows and interactive maps. It also includes greater social media integration and the opportunity for visitors to discuss and comment on the DEC’s work.

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Primary Health Center disaster preparedness after the earthquake in Padang Pariaman, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Report
BioMed Central
Abstract

Background

The West Sumatra earthquake that occurred on September 30, 2009, caused severe damage in some districts, including Padang Pariaman. As Padang Pariaman is an earthquake-prone area, disaster and emergency management is necessary. Due to the limited health facilities, the health services completely rely on Puskesmas (Primary Health Centres, PHCs). This study is aimed at assessing the preparedness of PHCs to response to potential disasters in their surrounding area.

Findings

Padang Pariaman district was used in

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Chile + 14 others
Haiti: What we build - Annual Report FY2010 July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010

(Extract)

What we build: So much more than houses

Building and repairing homes has always been our identity. In fact, we are very grateful to all those who helped Habitat for Humanity serve almost 75,000 families worldwide last year-almost triple the number of five years ago. But the heart of Habitat is not bricks and sticks. It is the desire to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ by reaching out to help those in need of a better place to live. When we ask, "What will you build?" there are so many answers, because we build so much more than houses.

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Trócaire concludes Asian tsunami programme six years after disaster

Report
Trócaire
Six years after the St. Stephen's Day Asian tsunami triggered donations of €28 million from the Irish public, Trócaire has concluded its tsunami recovery programming in Indonesia.

Trócaire's work in the region has benefited over one million people through the reconstruction of homes, schools and medical clinics, as well as the delivery of water, sanitation, livelihood-support and counselling.

The tsunami killed 165,945 people in Indonesia alone

The tsunami, which struck on St. Stephen's Day in 2004, killed in excess of 230,000 people across four countries and

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Indonesia: West Sumatra Earthquakes Emergency appeal no. MDRID004 Operations update no. 16

GLIDE n° TS-2009-000211-IDN

Period covered by this operations update: 1 July to 31 October 2010.

Appeal target (current): CHF 14,219,542 (USD 12.9 million or EUR 8.8 million)

Appeal coverage: With contributions received to date, the appeal is 100 per cent covered in cash and kind and no additional funds are needed to provide humanitarian assistance to those affected by the disaster.

Appeal history:

- In July 2010 a revised appeal was launched for a CHF 14,219,542. The lead time of the appeal has been extended

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Indonesia: Revised Plan 2011 (MAAID002)

Executive summary

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) Indonesia country office had begun preparing a five-year strategy to support the new Indonesian Red Cross (Palang Merah Indonesia/PMI) five-year strategy in 2009. Changes in the national leadership of PMI at the end of 2009 and subsequent changes in PMI national strategic priorities and policies and aspirations for their relationships with their Movement partners have delayed further refinement of this strategy. This revised appeal represents revised plans for 2011 of an initial fouryear

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China + 2 others
World Bank Urges Collective Action to Reduce Climate Change and Natural Disasters Impacts on Asian Economies

Report
World Bank
Contact:

Prabha Chandran, World Bank

Prabha.chandran@gmail.com

Tel: + 60 193940920

Seoul, Korea, October 26, 2010 - The World Bank today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding later this year with the Government of Korea, to strengthen cooperation and sharing of expertise in disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation among Asian nations. This is "both timely and relevant, given the increasing convergence of the disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation agendas," said World Bank Sector Director for Sustainable

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Indonesia + 5 others
Migration Health: Report of Activities 2008-2009

This report illustrates the multidimensional activities carried out by the Migration Health Division throughout the world in 2008-2009. Key achievements in three main programmatic areas are presented: Migration Health Assessments and Travel Health Assistance; Health Promotion and Assistance for Migrants and Migration Health Assistance for Crisis-Affected Populations. Guided by the Resolution on the Health of Migrants adopted by the World Health Assembly in May 2008, the Report demonstrates IOM's commitment to advance the health of migrants and their families,
International Organization for Migration:

Copyright © IOM. All rights reserved.

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Indonesia: Snapshot on Earthquake (Jan 2000 - Oct 2010

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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

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Indonesia: West Sumatra Earthquake - IDN092 - Revision 1

Report
ACT Alliance
Appeal Target: US$ 4,456,314

Balance Requested: US$ 720,582

Amended 9 March 2010: Lutheran World Relief (LWR) new completion date (approved 9 March 2010). Extension of LWR implementation period of four months to finish appeal activities by 30 April 2010. Please note that this entails a change to the reporting schedule on page 2.

Amended 31 August 2010: 3-month extension period (approved 12 August) for Church World Service Indonesia (CWSI), YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU) and Yayasan Tanggul Bencana di Indonesia (YTBI)

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West Sumatra earthquake - one year on

On 30 September 2009, the province of West Sumatra in Indonesia was rocked by a devastating earthquake. More than 1,100 people were killed and more than 300,000 buildings were damaged or destroyed, including many schools and health clinics.

Australia rallied quickly to support Indonesia's response. Overall, Australia has committed more than $15 million to emergency and reconstruction efforts and is committed to giving long-term support for West Sumatra's recovery. This assistance is expected to reach more than 260,000 people.

Australia, along with the United States,