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Handbook on Recovery Institutions
2021
This guidebook is a planning tool for practitioners and policymakers who need to design, manage and assess recovery following a disaster. It describes institutional options, successful characteristics and management lessons based on real-world experience with disaster recovery operations.
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
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2022
This country report examines the need to establish a link between efforts to reduce urban poverty and strengthen climate resilience in Indonesia.
Asian Development Bank
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2021
This Disaster Management Reference Handbook provides the reader a baseline for understanding factors that influence disaster management in the Indonesia.
Center for Excellence in Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance
Bromo volcano at sunrise,Tengger Semeru National Park, Indonesia
Why did the early warning system failed to save the lives of residents around Semeru?
Conversation Media Group, the
16 December 2021
The morning of December 26, 2004 saw the worst disaster in Indonesia’s history. A magnitude (M) 9.1 submarine earthquake occurred along the Indian Ocean subduction zone triggering a massive tsunami that destroyed 800 km of the coastal areas of Aceh Province with inundation observed as far as 6 km inland. Post disaster damage and loss assessment revealed staggering numbers on the calamity that include over 220,000 human fatalities and the destruction of 139,000 houses, 73,869 hectares of agricultural lands, 2,618 kilometers of roads, 3,415 schools, 104,500 small-medium enterprises, 13,828 fishing boats, 119 bridges, 669 government buildings, 517 health facilities, 1,089 worship places, 22 seaports, and 8 airports and airstrips (BRR-Agency for the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Aceh and Nias, 2009). Added to these statistics, more than half a million tsunami survivors were internally displaced and hundreds of thousands more lost their livelihoods.
Mount Semeru errupting, Indonesia
Several villages have been buried in up to 4 metres of volcanic material and debris, more than 3,000 buildings have been damaged, and Gladak Perak Bridge, which connected Lumajang with the nearby city of Malang, has collapsed.
Conversation Media Group, the
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2021
The Beijing Declaration is the outcome of the Belt and Road Ministerial Forum for International Cooperation in Disaster Risk Reduction and Emergency Management. 
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
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2021
This study attempts to investigate the effectiveness of comic worksheets in helping high school students learn disaster risk reduction (DRR) in the subject of Geography. 
Jàmbá Journal of Disaster Risk Studies
Indonesia is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world, but Cilacap has increased DRR knowledge and preparedness thanks to the Resilient Cities Campaign.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
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2021
This report examines processes of anticipation in Southeast Asia by analyzing what methods and tools are used to anticipate climate futures and their role in climate policy and decision-making.
Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research