Information given in this presentation reflects the authors' views only. The Community is not liable for any use that may ...
Flood December 2007:  858 houses severely damage 1.850 houses mild to moderately damage 31 death 16 out of 27 sub-district...
Post Dec 2007 Flood Situation  in  Kanor Subdistrict, Bojonegoro  Background   (1)
Background  (2) MAIN OBJECTIVES: To  estimate  magnitude of flood related health , economic and social problems  and to id...
Respondent Characteristics <ul><li>Methods </li></ul><ul><li>Cross-sectional design </li></ul><ul><li>Multistage cluster s...
Flood Impact LONGEST FLOOD REMAINED Mean SD Min – Max The highest level of water in houses (meter) 1.1 0.9 0,01 – 8 The lo...
Health Impact  (1) Occurrence of Bojonegoro flood in December 2007, might have increased prevalence of major infectious di...
Health Impact  (2) Bojonegoro flood might have also amplified acute and  chronic malnutrition problems   among under-five ...
Economic Impact  (1) M ajority of flooded households  (88%)  reported significant impact of economic loss ; about  €  240 ...
Economic Impact  (2) Most of households (79%) showed their willingness to participate on the future government program to ...
Social Impact  (1) The whole aspects of social support for flood affected   households were quite low and the sources show...
Social Impact  (2) <ul><ul><li>Quality of life of flooded household members was in general lower than non-flooded househol...
THANK YOU VERY MUCH A cknowledgement Funding for this  study  was made available by the European Commission under the 6 th...
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IMPACT OF BOJONEGORO FLOOD: An Indonesian Case of Flood Disaster

  1. 1. Information given in this presentation reflects the authors' views only. The Community is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. IMPACT OF BOJONEGORO FLOOD An Indonesian Case of Flood Disaster Microdis Symposium in IDRC Conference : May 30 – June 3, 2010, Davos, Switzerland By: Mondastri K Sudaryo , Besral, Meidy F Prameswari, Eko S Pambudi [email_address]
  2. 2. Flood December 2007: 858 houses severely damage 1.850 houses mild to moderately damage 31 death 16 out of 27 sub-districts flooded till 3 meter height 229.000 people displaced Bojonegoro District, East Java Province : Area: 2.307,06 km2 Population (2006): 1.231.399 Background
  3. 3. Post Dec 2007 Flood Situation in Kanor Subdistrict, Bojonegoro Background (1)
  4. 4. Background (2) MAIN OBJECTIVES: To estimate magnitude of flood related health , economic and social problems and to identify their potential determinants
  5. 5. Respondent Characteristics <ul><li>Methods </li></ul><ul><li>Cross-sectional design </li></ul><ul><li>Multistage cluster sampling 50 villages, selected randomly from 167 flooded & 268 non-flooded households </li></ul><ul><li>Complemented with qualitative data collection </li></ul>
  6. 6. Flood Impact LONGEST FLOOD REMAINED Mean SD Min – Max The highest level of water in houses (meter) 1.1 0.9 0,01 – 8 The longest flood remained (days) 10.3 6.7 1 – 60
  7. 7. Health Impact (1) Occurrence of Bojonegoro flood in December 2007, might have increased prevalence of major infectious diseases in Bojonegoro population, especially among under-five children
  8. 8. Health Impact (2) Bojonegoro flood might have also amplified acute and chronic malnutrition problems among under-five children.
  9. 9. Economic Impact (1) M ajority of flooded households (88%) reported significant impact of economic loss ; about € 240 / household on average, which was more than 5 months of average household expenditure.   No Type of eonomic loss % Mean Median Min Max 1 Production loss due to Household Industry damage 17.7 1261 1250 70 5000 2 Production loss due to Agricultural damage 31.7 3247 2000 120 20000 3 Production loss due to Livestock damage 30.9 2646 510 21 22875 4 Repairing/replacement cost of HH facility 33.7 1072 500 50 8560 5 Repairing/replacement cost of HH goods 21.4 553 400 5 2700 6 Income lost due to public infrastructure damage 12.8 372 260 20 2000 7 Increase household monthly expenditure 57.2 222 155 3 1550 Total economic lost 87.7 3107 1350 8 28846
  10. 10. Economic Impact (2) Most of households (79%) showed their willingness to participate on the future government program to prevent flood impact. T he flooded households were willing to provide significantly higher amount of person-days to support the future program as compared to non flooded households.
  11. 11. Social Impact (1) The whole aspects of social support for flood affected households were quite low and the sources showing the lowest scores of social support were from government and NGOs Aspects of Social Support Flooded HH n=245 Mean (SD) Median Range ŧ Emotional support 1.6 (2.1) 1.0 0 – 10 Esteem support 2.4 (2.3) 2.0 0 – 10 Material support 1.6 (1.7) 1.0 0 – 10 Information/advice support 1.1 (1.7) 0.0 0 – 9 Source of Social Support Flooded HH n=245 Mean (SD) Median Range ŧ Family (spouse) 1.8 (2.0) 1.0 0 – 8 Children 1.2 (1.8) 0.0 0 – 8 Others family 1.3 (1.6) 1.0 0 – 8 Friends 1.0 (1.5) 1.0 0 – 8 Government 0.7 (1.1) 0.0 0 – 6 Non-Government Organizations 0.4 (0.8) 0.0 0 – 5 Others 0.2 (0.5) 0.0 0 – 3
  12. 12. Social Impact (2) <ul><ul><li>Quality of life of flooded household members was in general lower than non-flooded household members, although the difference was not statistically significant. </li></ul></ul>
  13. 13. THANK YOU VERY MUCH A cknowledgement Funding for this study was made available by the European Commission under the 6 th Framework Programme – Contract n° GOCE-CT-2007- 036877

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