International assistance for major disasters in Indonesia

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  • International assistance for major disasters in Indonesia

    1. 1. NATIONAL AUTHORITY FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT (BNPB)
    2. 2. BNPB is the Indonesia National Authority forDisaster Management. It was established in 2008to replace the former National DisasterManagement Coordinating Board that wasestablished in 1979. BNPB is directly responsible tothe President of Indonesia and the Head is directlyappointed by The PresidentThe Head of BNPB is Dr. Syamsul Maarif
    3. 3. Head of BNPBPrime SecretaryChief AuditorDeputy Head forPrevention &PreparednessDeputy Head forEmergencyResponseDeputy Head forRecoveryDeputy Head forLogistics &EquipmentsDirectoreDirectoreDirectoreDirectoreDirectoreDirectoreDirectoreDirectoreDirectoreDirectoreDirectore3DirectorePRESIDENT RIOrganization Structure of BNPBREGIONALOFFICES
    4. 4. 4PRESIDENT RIMinistries/DepartmentsGOVERNORBNPBGovt AgengiesBUPATI/MAYORBPBDAgenciesCAMATBPBDAgenciesHead of VillageCOMMUNITYNational1Provincials33District/Municipal491 (401)Sub DistrictsVillages
    5. 5. Disaster events increased significantly.70% hydro-meteorological disastersTrend disasters will increase in future with increasing global climatechange and environmental degradation.
    6. 6. Calamities OccurencesCasualtiesDisplacedPeopleJiwaLocal wind cyclon 494 44 34.381Flood 352 108 604.573Landslide 262 117 7.153Flood and landslides 51 29 64.984Forest Fires 50 0 400Drought 34 0 233.167Sea Waves 29 1 9.191Transporttaion accident 21 157 38Earthquake 15 6 577Social chaos 10 6 1.536Earthquake and tsunami 1 11 0Volcanic Eruption 1 0 192Total 1.320 479 956.192Casualties and Displaced People 2012Casualties and Displaced People 2012
    7. 7. Principles of InternationalAssistance(Government Regulation No 23 /2008)Respecting the sovereigntyEquality on partnership and coordinationCompatible with local cultureAllocated according to the needs (both goods and services)Non discriminatoryRespecting and protecting rights of disaster-affected peopleProviding positive impactIO and FNGO have to be independent in providing anddistributing their aids.No violation of rule/taking advantageNo overwhelming assistanceMinimize personnel and operational costsRelief items should be coordinated with BNPB (Gov. Reg. 23/2008article 10.3)BNPB shall supervise participation of International Assistance indisaster management (Gov. Reg. 23/2008 article 15.1)
    8. 8. Rapid assessment to the damage and resourcesDetermination of the status of disaster emergencyRescue and evacuation of the affected communityFulfillment of basic needsProtection of vulnerable groupsImmediate recovery of vital infrastructure
    9. 9. ......and othersActors involve in Disaster Relief in Indonesia....TNIBAPPENAS
    10. 10. No Countries USD Notes1 Australia 1 Miilion flood in Queensland2 New Zealand 500.0000 Earthquake3 Japan 2 Million Earthquake and Tsunami4 Thailand 1 Million Flood5 Vietnam 500.0000 Flood6 Philippines 750.000 Flood and Typhoon Washi7 Myanmar 350.0000 Flood8 Laos 350.000 Flood910CambodiaNorth Korea (RDRK)350.0002MillionFloodFlood
    11. 11. No Countries USD Notes1 Philippines 1,2 Million Typhoon Bopha
    12. 12. Civil-Military CoordinationSRC-PB West onJanuary Jakarta Flood
    13. 13. INDONESIANational Authority for Disaster Managementwww.bnpb.go.idwww.bnpb.go.id( BNPB )( BNPB )

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