Indonesia • Earthquake Situation Report # 13 Date: 12 October 2009

This report was issued by OCHA Indonesia. It covers the period from 11/10/09 to 12/10/09. The next report will be issued on or around 13/10/09.

I. HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES • National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) confirmed 809 deaths • BNPB indicated all international assistance to be coordinated through OCHA • Electricity in the city of Padang Pariaman has been restored to 100 percent

II. Situation Overview BNPB reported 809 people died and a further 241 are still missing. The number of severely damaged houses amounts to 133,739. According to the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), the magnitude of the 30 September earthquake has been revised from 7.6 Richter Scale (RS) to 7.9 RS. In Agam District, road access to at least four isolated villages near Maninjau Lake, where an estimated 4.315 people live, has been restored. Reports indicate electricity has not been restored and there is a need for more tents. In the city of Padang, rubble clearing continues and the resumption of daily activities is increasing. Local authorities are working with shelter experts from Malaysia and are considering the use of a housing model designed to better withstand earthquakes for the rehabilitation and reconstruction phase. Electricity in the city of Padang Pariaman has been restored to 100 percent capacity; telecommunications infrastructure still requires repairs. The Department of Social Services has restored clean water in most of the affected areas. The World Bank in coordination with the Development Planning Agency of West Sumatra is conducting a damage and loss assessment (DALA). UNDP, through the cluster coordination mechanism, is conducting simultaneous human recovery needs assessment (HRNA) to complement the DALA. These assessments will contribute to the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA). The results of the PDNA are expected to be presented at a Government of Indonesia (GoI) cabinet meeting on 30 October 2009. On 9 October, a humanitarian response plan in coordination with the GoI was locally launched in Jakarta.

III. Humanitarian Needs and Response Needs According to BNPB, the following items are still needed: family tents, water pumps, spot lights, generators, blankets, water installations and psycho-social support for the affected population. Food relief and balanced distribution is still required in some remote areas. BNPB confirmed a stock of 774 family tents but more tents are needed to accommodate up to 99.862 people. GoI reported they have 1.075 generators, but still need an additional 12.300 generators.

The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors.

National Response The local government is currently assessing suitable areas for relocation sites; the focus is currently on Agam and Padang Pariaman district. There is no indication as to the number of people being relocated or from what community. GoI drafted a map to indicate landslide areas in Padang district and identified safe places for relocation. On 11 October, 150 volunteers from “Prepared Students for Disaster” arrived in Padang to support the earthquake response; the total number of students deployed to date is 870. GoI is collecting and validating data on conditions of damaged infrastructure using three categories: severely damaged, moderately damaged, and slightly damaged. The data will support the planning process of rehabilitation and reconstruction; the process is expected to be finalized in six months. International Response International Assistance As of 11 October, US Military hospital has treated 605 patients in their field hospital. Australian SAR team set up two water desalination units with a production capacity of 400.000 litres per day. Water trucks distribute water from the units to collection points for residents to retrieve. Hope Worldwide medical team treated a total of 655 patients, and mobilized 6.200 emergency shelter kits and 12.400 blankets. IBU Foundation conducted assessments with the support of 150 volunteers in Padang and Pariaman districts. Three mobile clinics are operating in the villages of Kampung Dalam and Padang Sagoe; Ibu Foundation expects to maintain the provision of mobile clinics for three months. IBU Foundation volunteers installed three water bladders in Padang; 17 trucks of relief items including shelter kits, hygiene kits, and emergency food packets will be distributed in Nagari Sikucur and Kampung dalam. Save the Children distributed an additional 1.041 hygiene kits and 995 household kits in Enam Lingkung and IV Koto Aur Malintang sub-districts in Pariaman district; schools and children friendly spaces are being set up in Lima Hindu, Aur Malintang, Tanjung Sani and Tanjung Mutiara sub-districts. As of 11 October, Save the Children has provided support to 24.190 people including 14.514 children. SurfAid distributed a total of 932 tents, 800 construction kits, 300 hygiene packs, 400 floor mats and food items and medicine in three villages (Koja, Alamanda and Sidodadi) in Kinali sub-district, Pasaman Barat. Reports indicate that people have started to rebuild new shelters from material salvaged from collapsed houses. The team treated 85 patients in Padang Kadok village many with unconfirmed symptoms of chikungunya fever. United Nations UNDP has initiated two projects in response to the earthquake: support the immediate recovery of BAPPEDA West Sumatra Operations and to conduct rubble clearance and deconstruction demolition projects in the city of Padang. IV. Coordination Any international organizations requiring the use of military helicopters to distribute relief items are requested to coordinate with BNPB.

The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors.

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Operational cluster overview Education: Trest Aid, in coordination with the local Education Office, is providing psychosocial counseling in 483 schools in Padang Pariaman district and ten schools in Padang City. The following organizations are conducting assessments and setting up temporary schools and child-friendly spaces: PKPA, Muhammadiyah (in Agam district), VJM Charity (in Pariaman city), PKPU (in Padang Pariaman district), Plan International, Save the Children, and UNICEF. Food and Nutrition: WFP distributed 800 tons of rice; 15 tons of fortified biscuits for children and blankets. Health: According to cluster members, 100 percent of the clinics in the affected areas are functional, and 50 percent of the doctors from the affected areas are back to work; assessments have confirmed that 15 hospitals and 71 clinics were damaged. Logistics: IOM continues to provide transportation for humanitarian agencies to distribute food; 23 trucks distributed relief items to Agam and Padang Pariaman districts; WFP erected two Wiikhalls (10 X 24 mtrs) to support food and NFIs; three more Wiikhalls will be erected in Padang and one Wiikhall in Padang Pariaman; WFP provided four Manitou forklifts to handle food and NFIs; Map Action is providing cluster members with mapping support and facilities; International Medical Corps are expecting shipments of medicines, and requested support for dry storage; Logistics Cluster meetings are held every two days in Padang. WASH: An Australian team is providing water needs to coordinate with the local water company; the team has 23 water trucks available with the capacity to distribute 8.000 liters per truck.

V. Funding Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) is the current donor of the Emergency Response Fund (ERF) managed by OCHA. SIDA encouraged the maximum use of ERF to complement the mobilization of national and international resources. To date, OCHA received seven proposals amounting to a total of US $700.000. The following NGOs received funding to conduct projects in Pariaman city, Padang Pariaman, Pesisir Selatan, Pasaman, Agam and Solok districts: Muslim Aid, PLAN Indonesia,; Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Deutschland (ASB), Church World Service (CWS), HOPE Indonesia, Mercy Corps and Oxfam. The projects are mainly focused on provision of shelter; distribution of NFIs and WASH. All humanitarian partners including donors and recipient agencies are encouraged to inform FTS of cash and in-kind contributions by sending an email to: [email protected] VI. Contacts Government BNPB is the contact point for transporting goods from Jakarta to West Sumatra: Halim Airport : Mr. Yolak 0813 8811 7181 Tanjung Priok seaport: Mr. Suwignyo 0816 1165 980 (takes two to three days to reach Padang seaport) INGOs and other humanitarian actors who have difficulty in transporting relief assistance can contact them, but they will prioritize goods to be delivered based on the urgency of needs. OCHA Indonesia Jakarta: Ignacio Leon-Garcia, Head of Office [email protected] Mr. Nova Ratnanto Office operations The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors.

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Padang: +62 811 860 1565 [email protected] Mr. Craig Williams Information Management Officer Mindaraga Rahardja Government and NGO/INGO Liaison Jakarta: +62 811 825 207 Laksmita Noviera, Humanitarian Affairs/Communication Officer [email protected], +62 811 840 820 UNDAC UNDAC Team Leader: Sjaak Seen +31 6 53 95 6001 Gisli Olafsson +354 8406909 (IM and OSOCC Mgmt) Grigory Korolkov +6281993376111, +7903 6607378 (RDC) Zhuoli Getu +86 1399 5608 973/+62 8788 1987 245 (Reporting) Kobi Peleg +972526667611 (Reporting) OSOCC General Phone No: +62 87881987240 General email for UNDAC: [email protected]

The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors.

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