Indonesia Help - Earthquake and Tsunami Victims
Online information about resources, aid and donations for quake and tsunami victims in Aceh & North Sumatra and now in Yogyakarta (May 2006) (Indonesia)
Indonesian Quake Updated News:
Friday, June 02, 2006
Webgis/Webmapping Application - Java Quake
Sistem Informasi Bencana DIY
Fakultas Geografi Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta
Peta dan Informasi Bencana Gempa Jogjakarta dan Jateng (SG Viewer needed)
Jurusan Teknik Geodesi UGM dan Bappeda DIY
UNDAC Contacts at 3 station Indonesia
The United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) contact information in several location in Indonesia
- Puji Pujiono +62 811 153 489
- Jemilah Mahmood +62 813 6325 4955 / +62 815 8633 0238
- Amanada Pitt +62 813 9224 1372
- Rajan Gengaje +62 813 9221 1371
- Sun Baitao +62 813 9221 1374
- Regina Rahadi +62 811 93 94 79
- Alan Toh +62 813 9221 1351
GPS / Satelite Coordinates
IDEP Yogyakarta Earthquake Response Update No 2
IDEP Yogyakarta Earthquake Response Update No 2
About the situation on the ground around Yogya at this time
The latest reports put the death toll from the Java quake at over 5,800 and sources estimate that some 647,000 people have been displaced and are in need of basic food and shelter.
As night falls over Java, international news services and eyewitness reports from our partners in the field inform us that while more aid appears to be arriving at the now open airport in Yogyakarta. Yet many people who’s homes have been destroyed are facing their fifth night without food, shelter, water or even basic medical aid. Assessments from our partners in the field suggest than many thousands more people will spend further nights with out their basic needs met.
Our partners are coordinating with local organizations to identify places where many of the larger NGO’s have yet to arrive and are focusing their efforts of delivering emergency aid to areas.
About IDEP’s Emergency Response Activities happening now
Drawing on relationships established during the Aceh disaster, IDEP started working immediately with partners on the ground in Yogya. When the banks opened on Monday, IDEP emptied out its emergency reserve funds (US$10,000) and started wiring money to the partner groups.
Rp 30,000,000 (US$ 3,200) was sent to Kelompok Peduli Bencana / KAPPALA for purchasing emergency supplies of food, shelter and basic medical supplies. This group is running a 24 hour mobile clinic program which is reaching the most remote areas that have little or no other aid whatsoever.
This excellent initiative is in desperate need for vehicles and medical supplies to be able to expand their mobile clinics outreach. Any kind of vehicle that is rugged and can be modified into a mobile clinic such as Kijangs or Panthers would be wonderful. Ideally 4 wheel drives so that the team can continue to access hard to reach isolated places. The team says they are able to increase their current “fleet” of 2 vehicles up to a maximum of 8 vehicles, should support be available. If you are able to help with this
PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY. If you are able to donate funds to purchase medicines and other supplies please go to our website: www.idepfoundation.org/idep_donate.php
Another Rp 30,000,000 was sent to Yayasan IBU/Rakata, an off-road adventure club that distributed IDEP aid at Calang, near the tsunami epicenter, in January 2005. Rakata members in Jakarta have used the funds to buy supplies and assemble aid buckets.
Family Aid Kits, including tarpaulins and rope to build a temporary shelter costs about US$40 to create.
If you are able to donate funds to create more of these family kits please go to our website: www.idepfoundation.org/idep_donate.php. These family aid kits include basic household supplies for displaced people, a tarpaulin and ropes to make a temporary shelter, cooking pot, dishes and utensils, a bucket and rope for drawing water, vitamins, sanitary needs for women, IDEP’s Emergency Response booklets and “a glimmer of hope“ to quote Lee Downey, who today in conjunction with Sam Shultz coordinate the filling of yet another 6 ton truck with supplies which will be leaving for Yogya at 2pm tomorrow.
Yayasan Bumi Sehat have once again joined forces with IDEP and have collected and donated 8 boxes of emergency medical supplies for our partners in the field that will be included with tommorrow’s shipment of Family Aid Kits.
To fill and send another truck full of much needed supplies costs about US$5,000, using all volunteer workers who are on standby should support be available to do more runs.
If you are able to donate funds to create more of these aid shipments please go to our website: www.idepfoundation.org/idep_donate.php.
IDEP’s volunteer team of 6 has finished unloading their four ton truck, and are now returning to Bali. The supplies have been distributed in several villages around the Yogya area with support from Kelompok Peduli Bencana / KAPPALA team. This team is led by Ade, a seasoned Balinese disaster volunteer who served in Aceh for 16 months. The truck carried two tons of emergency supplies from Bali including medicines, food, household goods and tarpaulins, ropes and other shelter materials as well as a sophisticated water filter and 20 of IDEP’s Community Based Disaster Management kits.
As with our Tsunami appeal where IDEP channeled over US$ 1,000,000 in funds donated by people like you to help victims, we will continue to collect funds and channel assistance to victims of the Java Earthquake over the next few weeks and continue to assess the needs on the ground as the situation unfolds. We will be sending out regular updates about progress on the ground and these can also be found on our website www.idepfoundation.org/java_quake.html
How you can help…
IDEP is urgently seeking cash donations to buy more supplies and load trucks to be sent to Yogya.
To make a donation please go to our website: www.idepfoundation.org/idep_donate.php.
To donate funds from outside Indonesia a wire transfer is the only option available at this time. IDEP is working to find sponsors in the US, Canada, and Australia who will accept tax-deductible contributions and offer a solution for on-line donations.
To wire transfer funds:
Bank Name: BNI
Account Name: Yayasan IDEP
Address: Jl Raya Ubud,Bali 80571
Swift Code: BNINIDJADPS
Account No: 0049400253 (Rupiah Donations)
Account No: 0049400264 (US$ Donations)
If you are wire transferring funds please notify IDEP by filling in our donation registration form on-line at: www.idepfoundation.org/idep_donate.php. indicating the amount, the originating currency (i.e. US dollars, UK pounds, etc), bank name and city from which the transfer was made, your name (as you would like to be listed on the donor list), and the date of the transfer. A receipt will be sent once the funds have arrived. Also, if you wish to earmark the funds for a particular project please indicate that.
Alternatively you can register your donation directly on our website using the on-line donation form on : www.idepfoundation.org/idep_donate.php
Thank You so much to everyone that is making this emergency response initiative possible, and for any support you are able to provide so that we can keep this important support alive on the ground.
New website from COMBINE as a Information response system for Java Earthquake Relief.
Click here to go o the website: Combine Tanggap - Saksi Gempa.org
Jl. Ngadisuryan 26 Yogyakarta 55133
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Java Quake Google Earth Overlay
From Global Connection - Indonesia Earthquake
Load the Google Earth dynamic overlay, generated by the Global Connection project. These maps are from DLR's Center for Satellite-based Crisis Information and contain 0.7 meter Digital Globe imagery and 1 meter IKONOS imagery of Bantul.
To use the Google Earth dynamic overlay:
- If you do not have Google Earth installed, it's a free download from earth.google.com
- Click on the above link to load into Google Earth.
- As you navigate to the area affected by the earthquake, you'll see the overlay appear. After you zoom or scroll and stop motion for about a second, Google Earth will automatically load the correct sections of the map. As you zoom in, the map overlays will become more detailed
Indahnesia.com Page on Java Quake 2006
Can be found here: Indahnesia.com Page on Java Quake 2006
Heavily injured woman
A heavily injured woman is waiting to get medical attention in Yogyakarta after an earthquake strikes the ...
Setting up camp
People have set up quick shelters against the sun, and later for the night, on the one ...
Prambanan temples damaged
The Prambanan temple complex just east of Yogyakarta has sustained substantial damage after a powerful earthquake in ...
Soldiers budy victims
Soldiers carry a dead body during a funeral in Bantul, south of Yogyakarta. Rescue workers dug desperately ...
Bantul from the air
An aerial view of Bantul's district on the outskirts of the ancient city of Yogyakarta. Rescue workers ...
More pictures here: Indonesia photobooks - Central Java earthquake
More Satellite Images of the Damaged Area
Damage assessment using QUICKBIRD data from May 28, 2006 - Bantul Region, Sheet 1 (1:7,500)
May 31, 2006 - 17:30 UTC
click here to download the map (1.1 MB low resolution)
click here to download the map (2.0 MB medium resolution)
click here to download the map (7.0 MB high resolution; corresponding world-file)
Damage assessment using QUICKBIRD data from May 28, 2006 - Bantul Region, Sheet 2 (1:7,500)
May 31, 2006 - 17:30 UTC
click here to download the map (1.0 MB low resolution)
click here to download the map (1.9 MB medium resolution)
click here to download the map (6.6 MB high resolution; corresponding world-file)
From DLR-ZKI. Complete page here: Earthquake in Indonesia 2006