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  • Bale Resiliensi Indonesia: Local-Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction

    Although the development of the world is getting faster and more sophisticated, the occurrence of disasters is increasing day by day and is unavoidable. In fact, the years 2010-2020 are referred to as a decade full of disasters in a report published by Katadata. According to a report by the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), the trend of annual occurrences of disasters in Indonesia tends to increase. From 2010-2020, the highest annual number of disasters occurred in 2019, at 3,814. Disasters that hit Indonesia are generally caused by hydrometeorology. Floods, landslides, and cyclones have dominated the natural disasters that have occurred over the past decade.

  • Bali Towards Community Resilience

    Hunger is happening all over the world as the COVID-19 virus develops from early 2020. According to an analysis of the World Food Program, as many as 41 million people are hungry. Over the years, hunger in the world has continued to increase, especially in developing countries with high poverty levels. At the same time, droughts and floods occur in most areas due to climate change.

  • Bali Water Protection in SIWW 2022 – 3 Key Takeaways

    Bali Water Protection (BWP) attended Singapore International Water Week 2022 (17-21 April), Asia’s first large-scale water show since the pandemic. Along with the co-located event CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESG) 2022, the events attracted over 15,000 physical attendees comprising leaders in government, industry, and academia from around the world.

  • Disaster Reduction: Start Early, From The Smallest Scope

    Stand in the “Ring of Fire” makes Indonesia frequently struck by earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions. Ring of Fire is an arc of volcanoes and fault lines in the Pacific Basin. Besides those disasters, Indonesia also susceptible to disasters like flash floods, landslides, forest fires, and so on. Some of those disasters are caused by nature or humans.

  • Family Resilience Through Small Family Enterprise

    Earthquakes, liquefaction, and landslides that happened in Central Sulawesi make a lot of damage to infrastructure and fatalities. Emergency response is not enough. Post-disaster condition is also important because it impacts to community existence, such as social, economic, ecological, and psychology. Therefore, recovery and rehabilitation efforts in post-disaster are really important.

  • First Aid to Our Resilience

     

    Community resilience effort is really important, in terms of physiology, social, economy, as well as ecology. Same with anticipation of disasters itself. So in March 2021, IDEP Foundation and Palang Merah Indonesia (PMI) were trying to develop the capacity of strengthening Disaster Management Community Groups (KMPB) in Central Sulawesi. This preparedness effort was implemented by giving some training about the technique of first aid and victim evacuation.

     

  • Role of Women in Seed Saving Impact on Community Resilience

    Seeds Saving is the first step to manifest community food resilience. Local seeds’ existence will help farmers manage their agriculture by themselves. Different from hybrid seeds which can’t produce good seeds for the next planting. Moreover, hybrid seeds are a product that creates by industrial agriculture and the big boom agrochemicals. It makes farmers become addicted to seeds in the market. Mongabaylaunched, these conditions will have a fatal impact on national food resilience.

  • Single Mother Survive in the middle of Pandemic

    Poorness was increasing during pandemic Covid-19. Many people lost their jobs, small-scale vendors close their stores, and not a few students must drop out. Statistics Indonesia Agency (BPS) releases that there is increased poorness more than 2,7 billion people in Indonesia during this pandemic. The majority income of people in Indonesia just got Rp. 460.000/person, or Rp. 2.200.000/family.

  • Training of Communication in Disaster

    Recovery and rehabilitation efforts for the community that was impacted by the earthquake and liquefaction in Central Sulawesi are really important. Therefore, IDEP Foundation held some programs, such as food resilience for the community and strengthening Disaster Management Community Groups (KMPB) in each village.

     

 

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Helping People to Help Themselves
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