Situation Report #2
Warning Status of Mt. Agung in Bali
As of 7 October 2017 at 06:00 pm local time, there were 141.322 displaced people who were distributed in 331 displacement shelters across 9 districts in Bali (source: BNPB).
The number of displacement shelters decreased due to government’s order for those living in the safe zone to return home, and since displaced people sheltered in Banjar (sub-village halls) were transferred to permanent buildings.
Emergency Assistance to Communities Affected by Mount Kelud Eruption in East Java Province
Mount Kelud eruption on 13 February 2014 has impacted three provinces (East Java, Central Java and Yogyakarta) with its volcanic material, the ash fall, travelled more than 300 kilometres. The governor of East Java pronounced the scale of emergency as provincial disaster with the state of emergency until 12 March 2014. The governor of Yogyakarta decreed the state of emergency due to ash fall until 21 February 2014.
Description of the emergency and impact