Landslide; What to do?

Landslides are often triggered by high rainfall and occur over several days. The structure of unstable soil very susceptible to landslides to lead to disaster, especially for people who are in a lower position. Landslides can also be triggered by the tremor to shed structures above ground. You and communities in mountainous or hilly places should pay attention to your surroundings stay and consult with experts associated with the condition of your residence. What to do before a landslide Wary of high rainfall Prepare logistics support Ready meals and drinks Flashlight and spare batteries Cash to taste Drugs particularly suitable
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Palu-Koro Expedition (Part Two)

Indonesia quake hit back and cause casualties and losses are not small. This time, after earlier hit Aceh in 2004 already affected a large earthquake and tsunami. According to a geologist seminar in Jakarta in 2014, there were 80 active faults in Indonesia. That means there are 80 areas prone to earthquake in Indonesia. When will the next earthquake, and where? Geologists could not give an accurate prediction about it. Society for Scale and IAGI last August already held a workshop about the expedition Palu-Koro. This expedition to expose the beauty, natural and cultural resources behind the potential of the
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Palu-Koro Expedition (Part One)

Indonesia quake hit back and cause casualties and losses are not small. This time, after earlier hit Aceh in 2004 already affected a large earthquake and tsunami. According to a geologist seminar in Jakarta in 2014, there were 80 active faults in Indonesia. That means there are 80 areas prone to earthquake in Indonesia. When will the next earthquake, and where? Geologists could not give an accurate prediction about it. Society for Scale and IAGI last August already held a workshop about the expedition Palu-Koro. This expedition to expose the beauty, natural and cultural resources behind the potential of the
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The Role of Private Sector and the Budget Decrease of DRR in Indonesia

The escalation of disaster caused by climate change is still happening. The trend and data issued by BMKG say that this month should be a transition period from summer to the rainy season, but rainfall is high. It is going to be worst later when entered the rainy season. But unfortunately, our current budget is being cut now, from 1.2 trillion per year to 750 billion per year. So it takes the role or involvement of the community, especially private sectors to participate in DRR programs. Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, Head of Data Information and Public Relations BNPB said that while
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Private Sector Role in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)

The role of the private sector is fundamental, as many so-called disaster experts say Post-2015 Framework for DRR (Disaster Risk Reduction). Workshop about this will be organized by the SKALA Association, Wednesday, October 5, 2016, at the Grand Cemara Hotel, Menteng, Central Jakarta. To warm up the discourse about the role of the private sector, yesterday, September 28th, DisasterChannel.co visit the BNPB office in Sentul to get a bit of a “leak”. In Sentul, Yasuhito Jibiki from the University of Tohoku and DR. Raditya Jati, Head of BNPB Disaster Prevention, as well as the Secretary General of the National Platform,
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