Indonesia

Flood in DKI Jakarta Province and several parts of Indonesia, Republic of Indonesia, Situation Report (SR -1), 10 April 2012

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • During 2-5 April 2012, flood occured and monitored by Center for Health Crisis in the following areas:
  1. On Tuesday, 3 April 2012 at 02.00 AM Western Indonesian Time (UCT+7) in 3 sub-districts: Cilandak (Pondok Labu village), Kebayoran Baru (Petogogan village), and Pesangrahan (Ulul Jami and Bintaro villages), South Jakarta, DKI Jakarta province;

  2. On Tuesday, 3 April 2012 at 02.00 AM Western Indonesian Time (UCT+7) in Pasar Rebo (Cijantung and Kalisari villages) and Jatinegara districts (Kampung Melayu village), DKI Jakarta province;

  3. On Tuesday, 3 April 2012 at 20.00 PM Western Indonesian Time (UCT+7) in Ciledug Indah 1 and 2 residences (Dalam Negeri, Pondok Bahar dan Puri Kartika) located in 3 villages (Pedurenan, Karang Tengah and Pondok Bahar), Ciledug sub-districts, Tangerang, Banten province;

  4. On Wednesday, 4 April 2012 at14.00 PM Central Indonesian Time (UCT+6) in Cempa sub-district (Sikkuale, Salipolo, Mattunru-Tunru, Padang Paila and Mangki villages), Pinrang sub-district, South Sulawesi province;

  5. On Thursday, 5 April 2012 at 12.00 PM Western Indonesian Time (UCT+7) in 2 villages (Baleendah and Andir), Baleendah sub-district, Bandung district, West Java province; and 6. On Thursday, 5 April 2012 at 18.00 PM Western Indonesian Time (UCT+7) in Punung sub-village, Jatirejo village, Giri Tantro sub-district, Wonogiri district, Central Java province.

  • Center for Health Crisis, Ministry of Health reported 144 persons with minor injury and IDPs of 2,159 persons. Two health facilties were inundated.

  • In overall, the related PHO and District Health Office (DHOs) have already evacuated the victims, provided medical services.

  • South Jakarta DHO, East Jakarta DHO, Tangerang DHO, Pinrang DHO, Bandung DHO, Wonogiri DHO, DKI Jakarta PHO, Banten PHO, South Sulawesi PHO, West Java PHO, Central Java PHO,
    Central Java Regional Center for Health Crisis and Center for Health Crisis MOH are monitoring the situation closely.

  • WHO is in close contact with MOH in monitoring the situation through Health Crisis Center MOH. In case the situation warrant, WHO will provide any assistance needed.