Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022

by IDEP Foundation
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022
Help Survivors Flashflood West Bali Indonesia 2022

Summary

The rain pouring down Bali, especially in the Jembrana Regency since the weekend of October 15, 2022, has caused a number of villages along the river in District Jembrana to experience mudflows carrying fallen wood and trees. A flash flood on Sunday, October 16, 2022, impacted four sub-districts and more than 3,000 families living in seven evacuation sites. Help is needed to provide these survivors with warm clothes, clean water, and blankets as the rainfall continues pouring into the District.

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Challenge

Jembrana Board of Disaster Management reported that 3,889 houses were affected by the flash floods. Up to Wednesday, October 20, 2022, 892 families, or 2,676 people, evacuated to public facilities (community halls) in seven evacuation sites - with the most significant number of evacuees staying in the evacuation site of Village Melaya - 400 families or approximately 1,200 people. The local Government has announced an emergency status until end of October.

Solution

IDEP rapid assessment on Monday, October 17, 2022, has found that evacuees urgently need essential food, clean water, beds, blankets, sanitation kits, and specific needs for the elderly, babies and toddlers, and pregnant women. For the recovery and rehabilitation, the families would need support to clean and rehabilitate the houses, schools, and public facilities that were flooded with water, mud, and material waste; kitchen and household appliances; cattle; and schoolbooks and materials.

Long-Term Impact

IDEP plans to conduct further assessment this weekend and will focus our response on reaching difficult areas and communities' medium and long-term needs. Your significant support will enable IDEP to also increase capacity building for local communities to prepare for disasters, as well as on the climate mitigation and adaptation work to reduce the risk of future flooding.

Resources

Organization Information

IDEP Foundation

Location: Gianyar - Indonesia
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Twitter: @IDEPbali
Project Leader:
Edward Angimoy
Gianyar , Indonesia

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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