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27 May 2006
Ali Ardalan, Kuntoro
What are the Disaster Supercourse & JIT lecture?
What is the Disaster Supercourse?
What is a JIT lecture?
information about the Indonesia
earthquake, 27 May 2006
Indonesian to be prepared for primary &
secondary prevention of consequences of
a natural hazard to a disaster?
The shaking of earth caused by waves moving on and below the earth's surface and causing: surface faulting, tremors vibration, liquefaction, landslides, aftershocks and/or tsunamis.
outer layer push sides of
slips suddenly, releasing
energy in waves that travel
through the earth's CRUST
& cause the shaking that we
Feel during an earthquake.
I) Magnitude & II) Intensity
I) Magnitude & II) Intensity
a whole, while intensity refers to the effects of an
earthquake at a particular site.
intensity is usually strongest close to the epicenter
& is weaker the farther a site is from the epicenter.
its public health consequences than its magnitude.
65,0 / 68,0
(years, 2006):57,4 / 58,9
(Intl $, 2003): 113
Earthquakes & active faults in
Based on Expected Ground Acceleration
Significant earthquakes in Indonesia
Comparison of Average Killed per year due to Earthquakes between Indonesia & other countries, 1980-2000
455 Km of Jakarta
Mount Merapi in the Northern part of City of Yogyakarta,
they had never thought about earthquake over hundred
although in the Province level, the governor is always
the descendant of the King, to honor the culture of
Damage to Health Facilities
01 June 2006
City of Yogyakarta of Province of DIY
District of Klaten of Province of Central Java
District of Bantul of Province of DIY
Main Health Impacts
Health Needs & Concerns
Pease see the following lectures:
103,389,500 US$ (UN Flash Appeal)
How about the recovery & reconstruction of damaged infrastructures?
in seconds in Yogyakarta & Java
been lost in the recent earthquake?
money on prevention? And absolutely
without loosing the lives and injuries!
Strategic shift from managing a disastrous event to more preventive and proactive approaches!!
So, an earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale is not equal to a disaster. It is just movement of the earth crust. Our vulnerability has changed it to a disaster!!
Let’s teach the communities right now !
Risk awareness & Knowledge development including education, training, research and information are of the important fields of action for Disaster Risk Reduction!
water, food, medicine or shelter.
people victims of disaster.
World Disaster Report 2005 – IFRC/RCS
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