SITUATION REPORT 2 EARTHQUAKE CIANJUR

Situation Report #2

(Earthquake in Cianjur Regency, West Java)

 

Country

Indonesia

Type of

Report Situation report #2

Location of Emergency Response

Cianjur Regency- West Java

Emergency Time

21 November 2022

Report Prepared by

Arnice Ajawaila

Reporting Date

27 November 2022

 

Highlights

  • Based on the latest data from the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), as of 27 November 2022, 321 people have died, 11 people are missing, and 108 people are seriously injured, admitted to hospitals in the Cianjur district or referred to other hospitals.
  • Task Force data has confirmed 325 evacuation centres established across 15 districts. 183 central evacuation centres (housing over 25 people) and 142 community temporary shelters (set up by the community for groups of less than 25).
  • The number of displaced people is 73,874 (33.713 men, 40.161 women, 92 people with disabilities, 1.207 pregnant women and 4.240 older people).
  • 62,628 houses damaged of which 27,434 houses are severely damaged, 1,370 houses are moderately damaged, and 22,124 houses are slightly damaged.
  • Infrastructure: 398 schools, 160 places of worship, 14 health facilities and 16 office buildings have been  damaged.
  • Declared a regional disaster, The Regent, as Task Force Commander, oversees the daily operations with support from the Chief of Commander and the Head of the Police Office
  • Protection and Evacuation, Logistics, Health, Education and Shelter clusters have been activated.

Current Conditions

  • The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysical Agency (BMKG) stated that there had been 285 aftershocks. Statistical data shows a 34% decrease in aftershocks from the first day until now.
  • 15 aftershocks and 2 earthquakes were recorded on 27 November.
  • Light to moderate rain is expected in the next 3 days.
  • Medical volunteers collected data across most evacuation centres and have thus far detected  acute respiratory infections (ARI), gastritis, hypertension, diarrhea and diabetes.
  • Disease control conducted by the government includes anti-tetanus vaccinations, reproductive health services, maternity services, vector control including the spraying of shelters  and waste management.  
  • Roads leading to the affected area are congested, making it difficult for the mobility of aid and other basic services such as health. Two-wheeled vehicles are proving more reliable and efficient.
  • The use of masks in evacuation sites is minimal as well as the availability of handwashing facilities despite the ongoing risk of COVID-19.
  • Local participation in evacuation centres is high, specifically in the preparation and distribution of food, construction of temporary toilets, and the distribution of clean water.
  • The Sex, Age, Disability and Disaggregated Data (SADDD) for affected people is not yet available, including data on at-risk groups: the older people, people with disabilities, children and pregnant and lactating women.

Needs

Based on the YEU team's assessment several urgent needs were identified:

  • Shelter and Non-Food sector : blankets, tarpaulins, mattresses. Sarongs, underwear, lighting, covered tents, kitchen utensils and hot water thermos for the most at-risk groups.
  • Water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH): Personal hygiene supplies (including tampons and baby diapers), water for consumption and daily needs, toilets including accessible toilets for the most at-risk groups and water storage units.
  • Health and Nutrition: Ready-to-eat food for the most at-risk groups such as the older people, children under five and people with disabilities. Additional supplies of vitamins, masks, hand sanitizers, and disinfectants. Post-surgery recovery support and outpatient care. Ensure the most at-risk groups have access to basic services and health care.
  • Protection and Psychosocial Support: Evacuation centres and individual temporary shelters are accessible (handrail and lighting are available, etc). Child protection, education and prevention strategies.
  • Camp Coordination & Camp Management (CCCM): To manage secure evacuation centres that offer safety and privacy for beneficiaries. Taking into account COVID-19 health procedures.

YEU Human Service Action

  • YEU's response team have completed assessments in Gasol, Mangunkerta, Nyalindung and Talaga villages in Cugenang sub-district and Ciputri village in Pacet sub-district.
  • As part of HFI family, YEU is currently completing Joint Needs Assessments (JNA) in Gasol and Nyalindung villages within Cugenang Subdistrict.
  • The blanket distribution to Gasol village (39 packages), Ciputri village (38 packages), & Talaga village (35 packages) specifically tailored to the needs of the most at-risk groups.

YEU’s Response Plan

  • Continue the inclusive needs assessment which involve the most at-risk groups, older people, mother, people with stigmatized diseases and other vulnerable groups.
  • Shelter and Non-Food Items: Distribution of shelter kits
  • Water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH): Distribution of hygiene kits
  • Camp Coordination & Camp Management (CCCM), Protection & Psychosocial Support: Ensure accessibility for the older people and people with disability in evacuation centres.

Network and Coordination

  • Coordination in the cluster mechanism
  • Humanitarian Forum Indonesia (HFI)
  • Church network : Indonesian Council of Churches (PGI), Christian Church of Pasundan (GKP) in Cianjur and Christian Community Network for Disaster Management in Indonesia (Jakomkris PBI)

 

Donation Accounts:

Name of Bank: Mandiri

Name of Account:  YAKKUM Emergency Unit

Account number: 1370005099425

Swift Code: BMRIIDJA

 

Name of Bank:BCA

Name of Account: YAKKUM Emergency Unit

Account number: 8610611100

Swift Code: CENAIDJA

 

Source:

  • https://bnpb.go.id/berita/-update-271-warga-meninggal-dunia-pascagempa-cianjur-m-5-6

 

Contact:

Arnice Ajawaila (Emergency Date Coordinator - 081329714339 )