Lesson Learnt from
Indonesian Red Cross
•   Background
•   Framework on Disaster Risk Reduction.
•   Activities
•   Lesson learn
•   Resources
•   Network
• Part of the Red Cross and Red crescent
  movement
• 33 local IRC (Indonesian Red Cross) in
  province level
• 408 Branch...
• Disaster preparedness only is not enough
• There’s a need of Disaster Risk
  Reduction to protect livelihood and
  devel...
• Concerning implication post
              Disaster Response
           Relief, Shelter, Health, Wat/San &      supply ur...
Expected result:
Building foundation for activities, projects, DRR
   program in building society that is safe and
   resi...
• Society based disaster 
  preparedness team
  (Sibat) and Satgana 
  (Disaster handling unit) 
  in doing emergency 
  r...
• Recruitment and Sibat
  team training and 
  volunteer corps (KSR‐
  korps sukarela)
• Disaster handling post 
  and com...
•Organization development
•Social and society health 
 service
•Volunteer training 
 management
•Resources development
•   Recruit and train community based disaster
    preparedness team
•   Do Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment,
    Map...
• Building emergency shelter and
  temporary shelter on the disaster
  recovery phase by integrating
  water and sanitatio...
 Integrate society based health program
  and first aid that add vulnerable society
  capacity so that they can give firs...
 Developing Vulnerability and
  Capacity Assessment (VCA)
  tools to identify hazards, risks,
  vulnerability and capacit...
 Developing
  Disaster
  preparedne
  ss School
  through
  Youth Red
  Cross
  Network as
  peer
  educator for
  other ...
Program ICBRR in Jakarta
Building society preparedness
capacity
Integrate climate change in
Vulnerability and Capacity
As...
Program ICBRR in Jakarta
Building disaster emergency report
capacity
Recruitment and Sibat team training
Emergency repor...
Program ICBRR in Jakarta
Do small scale mitigation to reduce
disaster risks on environment e.g:
green and clean project :...
Program ICBRR in Jakarta
•Financial preparedness as part of
effort in building economy resilience of
society in emergency ...
• Risks anaysis & Multi-hazards approach
• DRR by focusing on reducing vulnerability (shelter,
  education, health, liveli...
NGO
             Society



              DRR




                       IRC
Government
NAD




             West                                   North
           Sumatera                                Sulaw...
 33 local IRC and 408 branch IRC
 Red Cross Movement (IFRC, ICRC, PNSs)
 MoUs with BNPB, ORARI, ADPC
 RC/RC Climate Ce...
Indonesia - disaster risk reduction - Red Cross/Palang Merah
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Indonesia - disaster risk reduction - Red Cross/Palang Merah

  1. 1. Lesson Learnt from Indonesian Red Cross
  2. 2. • Background • Framework on Disaster Risk Reduction. • Activities • Lesson learn • Resources • Network
  3. 3. • Part of the Red Cross and Red crescent movement • 33 local IRC (Indonesian Red Cross) in province level • 408 Branch IRC in District/Municipal level • 3.123 Branch IRC in sub-district level • 55.074 Volunteers troops, 1.641.121 Youth Red Cross and 45.586 Tenaga Sukarela
  4. 4. • Disaster preparedness only is not enough • There’s a need of Disaster Risk Reduction to protect livelihood and development • Red Cross has role to reduce vulnerability, risks and to increase society resilience • General Assembly on November 2005 (Seoul, Korea) • An appeal to increase action together with vulnerable society to reduce disaster risks • Supporting objectives of Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015
  5. 5. • Concerning implication post Disaster Response Relief, Shelter, Health, Wat/San &  supply urgent needs after Hygiene, Info Management,  Advocacy emergency response • Promote “recovery” not only Disaster Goal:  returning society to previous Community  condition before disaster but also to Resilience and Risk  Reduction find way in reducing vulnerability in the future • Building society resilience in preparing themselves, responsive and facing the impact of future disasters
  6. 6. Expected result: Building foundation for activities, projects, DRR program in building society that is safe and resistance to disaster. Consist of 4 elements :  Element 1 : service on Disaster Response that is fast, exact  ad coordinated  Element 2 : Mitigation, Adaptation and Preventive  Element 3 : Sectoral program and disaster handling  spectrum  Element 4 : Cross cutting issues
  7. 7. • Society based disaster  preparedness team (Sibat) and Satgana  (Disaster handling unit)  in doing emergency  response efforts to fulfill  disaster victims needs • Integrate relief to  recovery
  8. 8. • Recruitment and Sibat team training and  volunteer corps (KSR‐ korps sukarela) • Disaster handling post  and communication  radio • Database and mapping • Early warning system • Awareness and  Education
  9. 9. •Organization development •Social and society health  service •Volunteer training  management •Resources development
  10. 10. • Recruit and train community based disaster preparedness team • Do Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment, Map hazard and risk, plan risk reduction • Arrange Contingency plan, Early warning system, Evacuation route • Do structural and non-structural mitigation activities (including health, disaster, environment, and climate change, etc) • Do socialization and advocacy in DRR to all stakeholders • Building network and cooperation including task and responsibility sharing
  11. 11. • Building emergency shelter and temporary shelter on the disaster recovery phase by integrating water and sanitation sectors also health promotion. • Train IRC volunteers to facilitate society to do their own need of self-assessment on temporary shelter, finance management and tools and material supply based on the shelter design, sphere minimum standard and gender sensitivitas
  12. 12.  Integrate society based health program and first aid that add vulnerable society capacity so that they can give first aid and provide response to emergency health situation.  Facilitate society in arranging database and health map on disaster preparedness  Make society mobile to do many activities that support health, such as health promotion, self hygiene, clean environment, water and sanitation, etc. On the disaster recovery
  13. 13.  Developing Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment (VCA) tools to identify hazards, risks, vulnerability and capacity to build awareness on DRR
  14. 14.  Developing Disaster preparedne ss School through Youth Red Cross Network as peer educator for other youth with the same age
  15. 15. Program ICBRR in Jakarta Building society preparedness capacity Integrate climate change in Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment (VCA) Integrate climate change in the trinings in the society Sibat team as peer educator for other society group by using Lenong Betawi as a media
  16. 16. Program ICBRR in Jakarta Building disaster emergency report capacity Recruitment and Sibat team training Emergency report training water rescue, etc. Building society based early warning system Arranging contingency plan Doing disaster emergency response simulation
  17. 17. Program ICBRR in Jakarta Do small scale mitigation to reduce disaster risks on environment e.g: green and clean project : biopori, waste management, waste recycle Do some efforts in reducing health risks by activating health cadre jumantik, and promote health, etc.
  18. 18. Program ICBRR in Jakarta •Financial preparedness as part of effort in building economy resilience of society in emergency preparedness, emergency response and recovery: Microfinance activities, Loan and saving cooperation, Disaster Savings, Home Industry Training, Household economy training
  19. 19. • Risks anaysis & Multi-hazards approach • DRR by focusing on reducing vulnerability (shelter, education, health, livelihood, safety) by using capacity that is owned by society and facilitating support from external side • Ensure that all activities, projects, program response, recovery, preparedness, mitigation to achievement on society that is safe and resilience on disaster. • Ensure society involvement in every phase in the disaster controlling cycles
  20. 20. NGO Society DRR IRC Government
  21. 21. NAD West North Sumatera Sulawesi North South West Sumatra Kalimantan Sulawesi DKI Jakarta SE Sulawesi Jateng South Lampung Bali Sulawesi NTT West Java DI Yogyakarta NTB
  22. 22.  33 local IRC and 408 branch IRC  Red Cross Movement (IFRC, ICRC, PNSs)  MoUs with BNPB, ORARI, ADPC  RC/RC Climate Centre to develop Climate Change  Adaptation  Rabobank Foundation, Eureko Achmea and PT  Rekadesa to develop Microfinance  etc

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