Balance Requested: US$ 720,582
Amended 9 March 2010: Lutheran World Relief (LWR) new completion date (approved 9 March 2010). Extension of LWR implementation period of four months to finish appeal activities by 30 April 2010. Please note that this entails a change to the reporting schedule on page 2.
Amended 31 August 2010: 3-month extension period (approved 12 August) for Church World Service Indonesia (CWSI), YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU) and Yayasan Tanggul Bencana di Indonesia (YTBI) to finish activities by 31 December 2010. Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (CRWRC) has a 6-month extension period approved to complete their activities by 31 March 2011. Please note that this entails further changes to the reporting schedule on page 2.
Geneva, 08 October 2010
On 30 September 2009 a major earthquake of magnitude 7.6 on the Richter scale struck west Sumatra causing havoc and major damage to Padang City, Pariaman City, Bukittinggi City, Padang Pariaman District, Pesisir Selatan District, Solok City, Padang Panjang City and Pasaman Barat District. Following the earthquake, heavy rains and landslides resulted in additional infrastructure damage and displacement. The impact of the earthquake in West Sumatra Province, Indonesia has been devastating with more than 2.5 million people living in the six most affected districts.
On 13 November 2009, a full appeal replaced the Preliminary Appeal (revision 2) issued 15 October 2009. The appeal included the ACT members of the ACT Indonesia Forum: Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (CRWRC) Church World Service (CWS) Indonesia, Lutheran World Relief (LWR),
YAKKUM (Yayasan Kristen untuk Kesehatan Umum - Christian Foundation for Public Health- Emergency Unit (YEU) and Yayasan Tanggul Bencana di Indonesia (YTBI).
Herewith Revision 1 of the full appeal is issued to include the revised projects of Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (CRWRC) and Church World Service (CWS) Indonesia. CRWRC requested an extension of 6 months to finalise the implementation of the construction of core houses and waterpoints and to construct an additional 250 core housesto allow for the utilization of additional funding received. Furthermore the activities related to Psychosocial Support and Disaster Risk Reduction have been included. CWS has revised its programme to reflect the activities with can be implemented by the funds actually received.
This REVISION 1 replaces the Full Appeal issued on 13 November 2009. The appeal target has been revised from US$ 5,306,158 to US$ 4,456,314.