Indonesia: Floods - Nov 2000
Most read reports
- OCHA: Indonesia - OCHA Consolidated Situation Report No. 14. 9 Mar 2001
- IFRC: South East Asia: Building Capacities Appeal No. 01.58/00 Situation Report No. 2. 19 Jan 2001
- USAID: Asia - Ongoing Mitigation Initiatives Fact Sheet #1, Fiscal Year (FY) 2002. 15 Nov 2001
- ADRA: ADRA aids 8,235 flood survivors in Indonesia. 1 Feb 2002
- FAO: Special Report FAO: Food concerns mount in parts of Indonesia following serious floods. 1 Dec 2000
Silver Spring, Maryland - During January, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) aided 8,235 survivors of floods on two different islands in Indonesia.
U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
BUREAU FOR HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE (BHR)
OFFICE OF U.S. FOREIGN DISASTER ASSISTANCE (OFDA)
This Programme Update is intended for reporting on Annual Appeals.
Period covered: 1 January - 30 June 2001
Appeal Target CHF 3,380,971
"At a Glance"
Appeal coverage: 61.7%
Outstanding needs: CHF 1,295,848
Appeal Target: US$ 36, 597
Geneva, 23 July 2001
Programme extension to 30 April 2001; Revised Budget; Period covered: 13 February - 20 March 2001
02 - 09 March 2001
programme extension to 31 March 2001
period covered: 1 December 2000 - 12 February 2001
Period covered: 1 July - 31 December 2000
Period covered: 30 November - 27 December
8 - 15 December 2000
01 - 08 Dec 2000
JAKARTA (Dec. 6) XINHUA - The Chinese Red Cross Wednesday donated 20,000 U.S. dollars in humanitarian aid for victims of floods and landslides in Indonesia.
The donation was passed on to the Indonesian Red Cross by Chinese Ambassador to Indonesia Chen Shiqiu here.
Earlier, Chinese President Jiang Zemin sent his condolences to Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid following the calamities which hit many provinces in Indonesia.
JAKARTA (Dec. 6) XINHUA - Floods on Sumbawa island of Indonesia's West Nusa Tenggara province, have killed nine people, a local official confirmed.
The floods, which started last weekend, have also destroyed or washed away at least 42 houses, the Indonesian Observer daily Wednesday quoted an official from Sumbawa's Taliwang subdistrict, Sunarno as saying.
Telephone and electricity connections have been cut off, leaving the inundated subdistrict virtually isolated.
Secretariat of the Japan
- On December 5 (Tue), the Government
of Japan decided to provide assistance materials, worth about 29,020,000
yen, including tents, medicine, medical equipment, plastic sheets and oil
cooking stoves, as emergency disaster aid to the Government of the Republic
of Indonesia, which sustained disaster from flood and landslide.
2. In Indonesia, torrential rain from mid to late November has caused disastrous floods and landslides, mainly in the northern and western parts of Sumatra Island.
Ref. OCHA/GVA - 2000/0222
OCHA Situation Report No. 3
Indonesia - Floods
The UN consolidated Inter-agency Appeal for the Malukus was launched in Jakarta on 29 November. The appealing agencies are requesting US$ 12.3 million to support and strengthen humanitarian efforts in the Malukus as well as assist in creating an enabling environment for peace building through humanitarian efforts.
2. FLOODS IN ACEH AND WEST SUMATRA
The worst torrential rains in decades over the last week, have resulted in floods and landslides and reportedly killed almost a hundred people in Northern and Western Sumatra. There are fears that the death toll could rise further as rescue operations continue, with hundreds still missing and more rains forecast as the North East Monsoon sets in. A number of the worst affected areas, which included Solok, Pesisir Selatan, Tanah Datar, Padang Paiaman and Pasaman, are reported to be experiencing serious food shortages as access remains extremely difficult.
THIS APPEAL SEEKS CHF 190,647 IN CASH, KIND AND SERVICES TO ASSIST 2,000 FAMILIES FOR 3 MONTHS