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2018 CENTRAL SULAWESI EARTHQUAKE & TSUNAMI (5-9 DEC) Featured

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Overview

After our first relief team returned in October 2018, CREST has contacted by few Malaysian NGOs and a Foundation for possible coorpreation in rebuilding transiltional shelters. With the help from our local partners, a team of 6 presentative from 2 NGOs and 1 from Foundation has visited Palu & Sigi for protential projects and receipients.

Objective

1. Establish a local coordination center in Palu.

2. Assessment on the location for transiltional shelters.

3. Meeting with the fisherman for possible livelihood project.

4. Provide proposal and plan for protential donors.

Activities

1. Recovery & Rebuilding Project

1.1 Transitional Shelters

About *67,000 families need shelter and basic household items. Of these, *17,000 families also need longer term recovery and reconstruction support. About *15,000 families had their houses destroyed and the land around them is uninhabitable (Red Zone).

*Figures are based on official estimates from the local government (3 December 2018).

On 7 Dec 2018 at 3:30pm, CREST and local partner attended the Shelter Cluster meeting organised by the local government together with UN, IFRC, International and local NGOs. Standards and guidelines for building transitional shelters were drafted and approved.

To summarise the shelter meeting:-

  • Government is building 1,200 barracks (1 barrack to be occupied by 12 families) in 29 areas, 40% has been completed. Target date for handover – 25 December 2018
  • Each shelter must be used for 2 years minimum
  • So far there is no date or plan for construction of permanent shelter
  • Emergency shelter is still in need, but there is less demand
  • NGOs are required to coordinate with shelter cluster to avoid overlapping, waste of resources and to increase efficiency
  • Shelter is a process, not a product
  • Guideline is finalized, highly advised to follow
  • Do not use wood from the protected forest
  • Zoning for land safety is not finalize
  • Barrack (community housing) is not recommended for NGOs
  • Shelter meeting will be held at 3:30pm every Friday at Kantol Dinas Sosial, Palu.

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2. Our Proposal

CREST and local partners are targeting 2 locations, one in Sigi District and another one in Donggala for the transitional shelter project. Our project in Sigi has already started. This proposal is to help the temporary shelter’s current needs caused by earthquake and liquefaction impact in Jono Oge, Sigi and Balaesang, Pantai Barat Donggala area. The community contributes in the shelter building process. This helps them to rise up again after the disaster as well as increase their capacity as part of disaster risk reduction.

2.1 Situation Assessment

Jono Oge is the area where survivors of the earthquake and liquefaction live. The government’s plan to relocate the residents was rejected due to the distance and the lack of communication network access in the new area. Following negotiations, the government allocated other areas named Dusun 2, 3, 4 and 5. (Dusun 1 is classified as RED ZONE where no one is allowed to stay). MDS Indonesia is providing assistance to communities in Dusun 2, 3, and 4 while Dusun 5 is adopted by NU (Nahdlatul Ulama). 340 units of shelter will be constructed in this area - 200 units are sponsored by ZOA Dutch and 140 units by CREST.

Balaesang is a sub-district populated by 450 families. This area was classified as being impacted the hardest. Almost 80% of the buildings had collapsed. Balaesang is located in Donggala – Pantai Barat area, which was the epicenter of the earthquake. Out of 380 9units of shelter needed, 130 has been sponsored by a Muslim NGO. The remaining 250 units will be sponsored by CREST with community Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) concept in mind.

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2.2 Situational Response

The community in Jono Oge is currently living in tents pitched in their front yard because the houses are no longer habitable. There are major cracks on the walls and floor. Until now there is no community assistance in DRR.

The community in Balaesang together with the area leader who is like the village head had to work hard to get emergency tents from NGOs. The challenge they are facing is the fast approaching rainy season. Children and adult health may be impacted. Their hope lies in getting the liveable transitional shelter as well as DRR.

2.3 Risks

The highest risk in this project is the physical nature of Sulawesi. It is vulnerable to liquefaction and this can cause panic in the community. In the upcoming Presidential Election the disaster has been politicized with parties saying that the government was powerless in responding. In some areas, the people are easily provoked by religious issues. To reduce such risks, our local partners involve religious and community leaders in the project by including them in the local committee. DRR assistance is needed for communities living in disaster prone areas.

5.4 Break down of requested resources by project.

15 December 2018

05 January 2019

15 February 2019

- Material supply purchase

- Socialization and Organizing

- Labour training for Construction

- Material Distribution

- 200 units shelter build (100 Jono Oge and 100 Balaesang)

- 15-1-2019 School DRR and Youth

- 190 units shelter build (Jono oge 40 unit and 150 units balaesang)

- DRR project for Women and Men groups

 

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Transitional Shelter 4 metres x 5 metres

2.4 Cost & Budget

TEMPORARY SHELTER

UOM

Cost
Unit

Qty
Unit

Qty

Total
I
DR

Wavvy Zinc 2 mm width 180 cm

Zinc

Plate U Iron

Roof Nail

Wall Nail

Bolt 12 cm ring key 14

Bolt 8 cm ring key 14

Plywood  5-6 mm thickness

Cement

pieces

meter

pieces

ons

ons

pieces

pieces

pieces

sack

70,000

30,000

30,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

80,000

70,000

24

6

4

6

30

20

12

15

4

390

390

390

390

390

390

390

390

390

655,200,000

70,200,000

46,800,000

23,400,000

117,000,000

78,000,000

46,800,000

468,000,000

109,200,000

Subtotal A

 

 

 

 

1,614,600,000

Local labour and outstation labour

Outstation labour air tickets

team

person

1,000,000

4,000,000

1

1

390

5

390,000,000

20,000,000

Subtotal B

 

 

 

 

410,000,000

Human Resource

Salary of Program Manager

Salary of Coordinator – Field staff

Finance Staff

Field Staff

Operation – Local Staff / Volunteers

Meal for the Staffs

Air Ticket

Car Rental – Pick-up Truck

Operational Office Rental

 

person

person

person

person

package

package

package

unit

package

 

5,000,000

4,000,000

3,000,000

2,500,000

1,000,000

600,000

4,000,000

4,000,000

500,000

 

1

1

1

2

2

5

2

1

1

Mth

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

15,000,000

12,000,000

9,000,000

15,000,000

6,000,000

9,000,000

24,000,000

12,000,000

1,500,000

Subtotal C

Grand Total

 

 

 

 

103,500,000

2,128,100,000

Ringgit Malaysia

10% Contingency Plan

 

 

 

 

RM 613,000

RM 61,300

Grand Total

 

 

 

 

RM 674,300

3. Livelihood

Location: Kampung Bamba, Palu
GPS: S 0° 44’ 16.59” E 119° 51’ 32.48”

There is approximately 300 families in this village. 62 receive their household income from fishing in the sea. Fishing is the main source of income for 39 out of these 62 families while for 23 families it is their secondary source of income.

Local partner – Sekolah Relawan has prioritised and is committed to providing 39 boats for the first 39 families: 32 boats with engine and 7 without engine. The boats with engines are for those who have to travel 2 hours to fish, departing at 5am and returning at 3pm.

Market Outlook:

• Income during high season per day Rp. 200,000 - Rp 300,000 (Nov-Apr)
• Low season per day Rp. 50,000 or only for own consumption (May-Oct)
• Pricing for fish now is back to normal
• All harvest is for local market and Palu City

Cost: Rp 15,000,000 with wooden boat, engine, tools (Rp 5,000,000 each)

• Wooden Boat: 5.5 meter long x 40 cm wide using local wood
• Engine: Honda 5.5 HP
• Tools: Fishing Net and Equipment
• Duration to build 27 boats, we need 3 full time workers and will complete in 1.5 month

Fisherman who have not received assistance for the boat:-

Boat with Engine

Boat without Engine

Marlin - boat with engine

Hasrun - boat with engine

Tauhif - boat with engine

Taufik - boat with engine

Satwan - boat with engine

Iwan - boat with engine

Irwin.S - boat with engine

Misrun - boat with engine

Asjan - boat with engine

Daegu Manage - boat with engine

Badrun.A - boat with engine

Supralman - boat with engine

Zakir - boat with engine

Irwin.H - boat only

Ahlan - boat only

Asis - boat only

Agus - boat only

Suardin - boat only

Reno - boat only

Robi - boat only

Jefri - boat only

Samran - boat only

Pardin - boat only

 

* In local culture, full name and personal identity number will be given when it is official.

Information provided by - Mohd. Rizal
Local partner from Sekolah Relawan - Muhammad Musa

Budget for 13 boats with engine and 10 boats without engine = IDR 295,000,000 (RM 56,000).

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Fishing Boat Destroyed During Tsunami Meeting with the Fisherman

 

 

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