Indonesia: Earthquakes and tsunami – Lombok – Emergency action plan operation update n ° MDRID013 – Indonesia
Summary of the main revisions made to the emergency action plan:
July 29, 2018: A 6.4 magnitude earthquake strikes Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara province, at 5:47 a.m. local time.
July 31: the IFRC allocates CHF 211,569 from Emergency Disaster Relief Fund (DREF) to enable PMI to meet the humanitarian needs of 1,000 households (4,000 people).
August 5: A second, stronger earthquake, measuring 7.0 magnitude and 15 km deep, strikes Lombok at 7.46 p.m. local time.
August 7: The Emergency call (EA) was launched, seeking CHF 8.9 million to help 80,000 people affected by earthquakes in Lombok for 18 months.
August 9 and 18: New earthquakes of magnitude 5.9 and 6.4 hit Lombok. According to the BNPB, the four earthquakes killed more than 510 people, injured at least 7,100 others and displaced more than 431,000 people.
August 17: Update of operations n Â° 1 is published to highlight the response of the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) with the support of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).
August 26: The process of transition from emergency phase to recovery phase begins in Lombok following the announcement of the Indonesian National Council for Disaster Management (BNPB).
September 21: The Emergency Action Plan (EPoA) for Operation Lombok is released.
September 28: Update of operations n Â° 2 is published to notify the issuance of the EPoA to the public, Movement partners and other partner organizations. It was also a question of informing the operational budget and the key interventions that can be supported with the amount of funds received and expected.
October 1st : Emergency call revision 1 is published incorporating the Sulawesi Earthquake and Tsunami Operation, seeking CHF 22 million to enable PMI to provide assistance to 40,000 households – 20,000 in Lombok and 20,000 in central Sulawesi.
November 7: Update of operations 5 published to provide a comprehensive summary of the current Lombok earthquake response situation.
November 08: Emergency call revision 2 is published and is seeking up to CHF 38.5 million to enable PMI to provide assistance to 40,000 households – 20,000 in Lombok and 20,000 in Central Sulawesi for 30 months, and includes medium recovery needs and long term in affected areas as well as investment in increased preparedness and preparedness. resilience both for affected communities and local actors such as branches of PMI,
December 11: Update of operations 7 is published to provide a comprehensive summary of the current Lombok earthquake response situation.
December 27: Emergency call revision 3 is published to include the response to the Sunda Strait tsunami of December 22, 2018.
January 14: Update of operations 9 is published to provide a comprehensive summary of the current Lombok earthquake response situation.
March 11 : Revised Emergency Action Plan 1 for the Lombok earthquake operation is published, requesting CHF 10,340,223 to help 80,000 people in 30 months, until February 28, 2021.
March 29: Update of operations 11 is published to inform the release of the revised emergency action plans for operations in Lombok, Sulawesi and the Sunda Straits
May 03: Update of operations 13 is published to provide a comprehensive summary of the current Lombok earthquake response situation.
June 10: Semestrial report is published to provide a full summary of the progress of the Lombok operation after six months