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Guidance Note on Recovery: Private Sector

Content The Guidance Note on Recovery: Private Sector draws from the wider body of knowledge on private sector recovery and from documented experiences of past and present disaster planning and...

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Indonesia Office Annual Report 2013 (MAAID002)

Overview The political and socio-economic stability of 2012 continued throughout 2013 and there were no developments which significantly affected the operating environment of PMI (Palang Merah...

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GIEWS Country Brief: Indonesia 04-October-2013

FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT The 2013 rice production to remain around the record level of last year Domestic prices of rice stable in recent months Cereal imports forecast to remain firm in 2013/14...

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Indonesia Humanitarian Snapshot (April - May 2013)

Some 220,000 persons were affected or displaced in about 198 natural disasters during April and May – an increase since the last reporting period. Floods from Bengawan Solo River inundated parts six...

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Indonesia: Floods - DREF n° MDRID007 Final Report

CHF339,096 was allocated from the IFRC’s Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) to support the National Society in delivering assistance to some 25,000 beneficiaries who were affected by the...

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GIEWS Country Brief: Indonesia 30-April-2013

FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT Prospects for the 2013 main season paddy and maize crops are favourable Domestic prices of rice weakened seasonally in March, after a steady rise since May 2012 Lower cereal...

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Villages inundated in Kutai, Gorontalo

Nurni Sulaiman and Syamsul Huda M. Suhari, The Jakarta Post, Samarinda/Gorontalo | Archipelago | Sat, April 20 2013, 1:31 PM Dozens of villages in East Kalimantan and Gorontalo have been flooded...

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Indonesia's natural disaster risks, costs rise

JAKARTA, 17 April 2013 (IRIN) - When the Ciliwung River breached its banks in Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, in January, Abdul Majid rushed to move his family and belongings upstairs. "When I knew the...

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Bengawan Solo overflows, 11 dead

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Archipelago | Sat, April 13 2013, 2:24 PM Eleven people were feared dead after they were swept away by the Bengawan Solo River, which has flooded several areas in Central...

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Thousands flee floods in Central Java

Thousands in Demak and Kudus regencies in Central Java have fled after their homes were inundated by floods 1.5 meters deep. The floods were attributed to problems with the Wulan River Dam and damage...

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Flash floods hit Panua nature preserve

Syamsul Huda M.Suhari, The Jakarta Post, Gorontalo | Archipelago | Wed, April 10 2013, 11:36 AM Residents have been evacuated and several trans-Sulawesi roads have been cut off after flash floods hit...

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Putting Food Security on the Calendar

By Kanis Dursin Last October, at the beginning of Indonesia’s rainy season, a 37-year-old farmer named Herinurdin took a leap of faith. Instead of planting corn in his entire 1.3-hectare rainfed farm...

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