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  • Strengthening disaster risk reduction in Indonesia through Multi-stakeholder Partnership June 2009 INDONESIA
  • Indonesia is one of the most hazard prone countries in the world
    • According to ISDR, Indonesia ranks seven in the list of countries most hit by natural disasters in 2005.
    • The 2004 tsunami killed more than 165,000, causing damage and losses up to USD 4,450 million. This combined with earthquakes in Jogjakarta and Jawa Tengah, Bengkulu and West Sumatera as well as the flood in Jakarta bring the amount of damage and losses up to more than USD 8 billion.
  • The various hazards flood
  • Partnership in DRR : The Indonesian National Platform for DRR
    • The Indonesian National Platform for DRR had been launched on 20 November 2008. On that day, representatives from six stakeholder groups signed a petition to support disaster risk reduction in Indonesia: the private sector, academician, government, the international community, mass media and CSO/NGO.
    • The establishment process of the Indonesian National Platform for DRR had been led mainly by non-governmental organizations and thematic forums.
    Partnership is a tradition that has been long embedded into the lives of Indonesian communities. The term ‘gotong royong’ signifies the principle of reciprocity that illustrates Indonesians’ spirit for partnership and volunteerism.
  • The National Platform establishment process
  • Accomplishment Highlights HFA Priority 1 HFA Priority 2 HFA Priority 3 HFA Priority 4 HFA Priority 5
    • Disaster management law enacted
    • National Agency for Disaster Management established
    • Several local disaster management agencies established
    • DRR National Platform for Indonesia established
    • A number of local platforms established
    • A number of information systems for disaster established, including data centers and disaster history database
    • Early warning systems available for floods, volcano eruptions, land slide and tsunami
    • Use of participatory community level initiatives for risks assessment and monitoring including adoption of indigenous knowledge
    • Information on disaster exchanged between limited stakeholders
    • A national strategy for mainstreaming DRR into the national education system drafted
    • Applied research held by universities on hazard and risk analysis tools
    • Graduate level education on disaster management available
    • disaster risk insurance scheme available
    • information system for poverty reduction linked to disaster history database
    • Enactment of regulations including building codes, spatial plan, coastal and small island management
    • CBDRR practice embraced by many DRR practitioners
    • -disaster preparedness mechanism and personnel available down to the local level
    • contingency plan trainings conducted
    • Drills conducted at national and local level
    • Multi-stakeholder Contingency fund and mechanism available for emergency response
  • Partnership Welcomed HFA Priority 1 HFA Priority 2 HFA Priority 3 HFA Priority 4 HFA Priority 5
    • -capacity development of national and local disaster management agencies
    • capacity development of the DRR national platform and local platforms
    • Establishment of a legal framework to improve coordination and implementation of DRR
    • mainstreaming DRR Into development planning process
    • Creation of national and local DM plans
    -capacity development in establishing and maintaining a harmonized disaster risk information system - local capacity building for responding to disaster warnings -Further development of rapid risk assessment technologies formulated by universities -national disaster risk analysis as basis for developing the national DM Plan
    • -improvement and extension of secondary and graduate level education on disaster management
    • Support for research on technologies relevant to DRR
    • Public awareness raising through an integrated approach by multi-stakeholder
    • Cost benefit analysis for DRR
    • Capacity development of the media to help improve public awareness
    • -public private partnership in disaster risk reduction
    • Integration of DRR into climate change adaptation programs
    • risk-sharing mechanism
    • Livelihood diversification
    • Food resilience
    • Natural resource management
    • Environmental management
    • -capacity development for institutions involved in disaster preparedness
    • Establishment of disaster preparedness and contingency plans
    • Establishment of mechanism for assessing disaster preparedness capacity and mechanism for various stakeholders
  • The Indonesian National Platform for DRR Planas PRB Secretariat [email_address] Director for Disaster Risk Reduction, BNPB [email_address] Address: Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 36 Jakarta Pusat – INDONESIA Phone/fax : +62 21 350 50 36 http://www.planasprb.net