Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali

by IDEP Foundation
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali
Support the Climate-Affected Families in West Bali

Summary

This project will provide temporary infrastructure, boat repairs, Cash Voucher Assistance, shelters, and psychosocial aid to families in Pebuahan, West Bali, affected by abrasion and high waves triggered by extreme weather following the climate crisis. It will also provide educational activities for 1,200 families on disaster adaptation and mitigation. Our recovery plan includes disaster preparedness and economic rehabilitation, closely linked to adaptation efforts due to the climate crisis.

$111
total raised
2
donors
0
monthly donors
9
months

Challenge

Banjar Pebuahan, a coastal community, faces a series of interconnected problems. Coastal roads, acting as wave barriers, have been damaged by heavy rainfall, strong winds, and high waves. As a result, waves reach houses, causing severe damage and leading residents to abandon their homes. Local fishermen also suffer as 59 boats sink or get damaged, impacting their livelihoods. Despite the dire situation, no significant emergency response or long-term disaster management efforts have been made.

Solution

Our emergency response provides early-stage evacuation and mitigation, temporary wave barriers construction, and early warning information. Cash vouchers aid affected families, while adequate shelter is ensured with lighting, water storage, and sanitation. Fishing boats and equipment are repaired or replaced for affected fishermen. Community awareness is raised through education on disaster adaptation, mitigation, and the climate crisis. Additionally, psychosocial support is also provided.

Long-Term Impact

- 216 families (approximately 864 individuals) across 5 community units can reduce risks from abrasion and extreme weather through temporary wave barriers. - 216 affected families receive Cash Voucher Assistance (CVA) during emergencies. - 59 boat owners and fishing equipment are supported to restore their livelihoods. - 1,200 families are informed about disaster adaptation in the area. - 216 families, including vulnerable groups, receive psychosocial support.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

Organization Information

IDEP Foundation

Location: Gianyar - Indonesia
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @IDEPbali
Project Leader:
Edward Angimoy
Gianyar , Bali 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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