Indonesia: Tsunami Recovery Status Report 8 Dec 2005

Situation Report
Originally published


The Tsunami Recovery Status Report is a compilation of statistics about the recovery process. It has been designed by Badan Rehabilitasi dan Rekonstruksi (BRR), the national agency charged with overseeing recovery, and the Office of the United Nations Recovery Coordinator for Aceh and Nias (UNORC) as an information tool for planning and monitoring purposes.

UNORC has used a set of indicators to gather data from a wide range of sources. It is important that there are common data sets agreed between BRR, the UN Country Team, and International Financial Institutions.

Where possible, data has been disaggregated to district level and by gender. And where appropriate, damage data has been provided in absolute terms and as a % of the total asset.

Data includes damage sustained by the Earthquake of March 28 2005, but for ease of reporting it has been included under the title of Tsunami Recovery.

Approaching one year after the Tsunami, there are still significant gaps in the data. BRR plans to further develop collection arrangements that measure progress of the recovery on an ongoing basis.

The statistical information contained in these factsheets has been reported by the following specialist agencies:

Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia (BPS)
Badan Rehabilitasi & Rekonstruksi (BRR)
Dinas Kesehatan Provinsi (PHO)
Dinas Sosial (DINSOS)
Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO)
International Labour Organisation (ILO)
International Organisation for Migration (IOM)
Ministry of Finance (MoF)
Ministry of National Education (MoNE)
Ministry of Religious Affairs (MoRA)
Tentara Nasional Indonesia (TNI)
World Bank
World Food Programme
WFP Sea Services

NOTE: The tables contained in this report take into account a preliminary launch of BPS Census data on 29 November 2005. A full analysis of the Census has not yet been released.

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