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15 Dec 2006 description


The Federation’s vision is to strive, through voluntary action, for a world of empowered communities, better able to address human suffering and crises with hope, respect for dignity and a concern for equity. Its 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 over 185 countries.

In Brief

30 Jun 2006 description

The Federation's vision is to strive, through voluntary action, for a world of empowered communities, better able to address human suffering and crises with hope, respect for dignity and a concern for equity. Its 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 over 183 countries.

01 Apr 2006 description


Reporting date and time

4 January 2006 (Wednesday), 15:00 hrs

Type of Emergency

Flash flood, followed by landslides.

Date of emergency incidence

1 January 2006 (Sunday), ± 23.30 local time, (Indonesian local time equals to + 7 hrs GMT)

Place

22 Mar 2006 description

Flashflood happened again in Pati, Kudus and Jepara on Monday (20 March 2006) at 12 to 5 PM. The areas that struck by the flood is Tayu sub district. 18 of its 21 vilages were affected by the flood, such as Tayu Wetan, Tayu Kulon, Keboromo, Sambiroto, Jepat Lor, Jepat Kidul, Margomulyo, Kedungsari, Pakis, Pondowan, Sendangrejo, Luwang, Dororejo and Kalikalong.

17 Feb 2006 description

(A) Highlights

(B) Middle East,Central Asia and Eastern Europe: (1) Occupied Palestinian Territories (2)

Pakistan

(C) East & Central Africa: (1) Burundi (2) Congo, DR (3) Djibouti (4) Eritrea (5) Ethiopia (6)

Kenya (7) Rwanda (8) Somalia (9) Sudan (10) Tanzania (11) Uganda

(D) West Africa: (1) Chad (2) Cote d'Ivoire (3) Liberia (4) Niger (5) Sierra Leone

(E) Southern Africa: (1) Angola (2) Lesotho (3) Malawi (4) Mozambique (5) Swaziland (6)

Zambia (7) Zimbabwe

(F) Asia: (1) Indonesia (2) Myanmar

(G) Latin America and Caribbean: (1) Bolivia (2) Colombia …

04 Feb 2006 description

Sabtu, 4 Feb 2006 - 13:06 -- dibaca sebanyak 2 kali: On Friday, 3 February 2006, YEU had conducted an emergency response to the victims of flood in Pati, Central Java. At the day, YEU provided free of charge medical services in form of mobile clinic and medicines in 4 villages in Pati subdistrict, which are Talun village, Pesagi village, Pasuruhan village and Kasian village. These villages are the assistance area of YEU in Central Java. At this medical service the number of patents reached 500 persons.

21 Jan 2006 description

By Andre Vltchek

JAKARTA: Only those who made the effort to wake up early and go to pray at the local mosque survived. For dozens of other men and women in the Central Javan town of Cijeruk it was a ghastly burial on the morning of January 5 under mud and rocks which destroyed more than 100 houses.

"The local government feared that at least 300 persons were buried and killed by the mud," a UN statement said.

11 Jan 2006 description

0104-06-002

WASHINGTON, DC - Due to the ongoing monsoon-related flooding in Indonesia, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has provided $50,000 to the Indonesia Red Cross to support emergency response activities in the flood-affected areas.

On January 1st, after three days of torrential downpours and the overflow of the Dinoyo River, severe flash flooding and landslides occurred in three districts of Jember Regency, East Java Province. According to the U.S.

10 Jan 2006 description

Heavy rain started 2006 in Jember, East Java and caused flood and landslide that killed 31 people. Heavy rain poured since 7 p.m. on 1 January 2006 and caused flood and landslide on 2 January 2006. The landslide hit the dwellings that located in the slope of Mount Argopuro , the most affected disaster areas are Kecamatan Panti and Kecamatan Rambebegi.

10 Jan 2006 description
report Plan International

Thousands of people in eastern Java, Indonesia, have been made homeless after flash floods and landslides last week buried hundreds of homes and killed at least 57 people.

Among those areas affected are Plan program areas, where minor landslides caused damage to homes and property. No loss of life or serious injuries have been reported.

The local government is providing emergency support to affected households and has not requested Plan support.

In the short-term, Plan Indonesia staff are helping communities to repair damaged households and build erosion-control structures.

09 Jan 2006 description

Ref: OCHA/GVA - 2006/0004

OCHA Situation Report No. 3
Indonesia - Flash Flood and Landslides
Jember District - East Java Province and

09 Jan 2006 description

Beside the deaths, fhe flood and landslide hit in Java Island had also caused the rise of IDP's. It was estimated around 2424 people became IDP's after the flash flood at jember, East Java. While at Banjarnegara, Central Java around 700 people homeless and moved to the temporary shelters in some places. In order to help them, the Indonesian Red Cross is continuously distributing the relief to fulfill their needs.

09 Jan 2006 description

Rescuers have ended their search for bodies in an Indonesian village hit by a landslide last week, saying they do not believe anyone is still buried under the mud.

Police Commissioner Budi Hartoyo says rescuers have unearthed 17 more bodies in the hillside village of Sijeruk in Central Java province to bring the total recovered to 75.

He says plans to relocate surviving residents of the village are still being drawn up by local officials.

Tonnes of mud hit Sijeruk before dawn on January 4 following days of heavy rain.

09 Jan 2006 description

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 over 183 countries.

In Brief

This Bulletin (no. 02/2006) is being issued for information only, and reflects the status of the situation and information available at present.

06 Jan 2006 description

Geneva, January 6, 2006 -- Members of Action by Churches Together (ACT) International in Indonesia are assisting survivors of the massive mud slides on the island of Java that have so far killed 120 people. Torrential rains in the last several days have caused landslides in Central and East Java, burying villages and washing houses away.

06 Jan 2006 description
report Xinhua

JAKARTA, Jan 6, 2006 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Friday vowed to rebuild several districts in East Java ravaged by the Sunday's flashflood and mudslide, which left at least 77 people dead and thousands more homeless.

05 Jan 2006 description


Reporting date and time

5 January 2006 (Thursday), 15:00 hrs

Type of Emergency

Flash flood, followed by landslides.

Date of emergency incidence

1 January 2006 (Sunday), ± 23.30 local time, (Indonesian local time equals to + 7 hrs GMT)

Place

Jember District, East Java Province, Indonesia. Jember district is located approximately 200 km South of

Surabaya City. The floods affected 12 villages in 10 sub-districts; Panti, Rambipuji, Balung, Patrang,