Badan Koordinasi Nasional Penanganan Bencana (BAKORNAS PB)
Special Report on Floods in DKI Jakarta, Bekasi and Tangerang
Sunday, 4 February 2007
On Sunday, 4 February 2007, the update information on recent conditions and responses of floods in Jakarta and its surrounding are as follow:
A. The Disaster
1. Kind of Disaster : Floods
2. Time of Disaster : Thursday, 1 February 2007
3. Location of Disaster :
· East Jakarta = 10 sub-districts
· West Jakarta = 7 sub-districts
· South Jakarta = 9 sub-districts
· Central Jakarta = 3 sub-districts
· North Jakarta = 6 sub-districts
· Bekasi = 16 sub-districts
· Tangerang = 7 sub-districts
4. Trigger of Disaster : Heavy rainfall since 31 January 2007 at around 22.00 (Western Indonesia Time), with intensity in some areas reached 120 MM in one day (align with BMG criteria that downpour intensity at > 100 mm per day is considered very heavy rainfall)
B. Recent Conditions
1. Human lives:
a. Death = 7 persons (3 persons in East Jakarta, 1 person in West Jakarta, 1 person in Tangerang and 2 persons in Bekasi)
b. Displaced : persons
· East Jakarta = 35,000 persons*
· West Jakarta = 37,942 persons
· South Jakarta = 46,000 persons*
· Central Jakarta = 3,846 persons
· North Jakarta = 17,300 persons
· Bekasi = 36,212 persons
· Tangerang = 15,000 persons*
a. Inundated houses:
· East Jakarta = 21,488 units
· West Jakarta = 9,517 units
· South Jakarta = 3,443 units
· Central Jakarta = 1,004 units
· North Jakarta = 25,682 units
· Bekasi = 9,053 units
· Tangerang = 3,000 units*
Note *: Estimation based on Satlak PB report from the area.
b. Public Facilities:
· Transportation in most areas of Jakarta was interrupted, because some main roads were flooded.
· Train between Jakarta and Rangkasbitung was interrupted because some rails were under water.
· Telecommunication breakdown in some Telkom and Telkomsel system
· Electricity cut off in major areas of Jakarta and Tangerang because some power stations were under water.
· One bridge in South Cikarang Sub-district of Bekasi was totally damage.
C. Emergency Responses
· Satlak PB, associated institutions and communities continued the evacuation of flood victims.
· Deployment of 284 rubber boats from Satkorlak DKI Jakarta, TNI, POLRI, PMI, SAR and BAKORNAS PB to some locations in Jakarta, Bekasi and Tangerang.
· 242 public kitchens were set up in relocation sites.
· 158 shelter tents were erected
· Mobilize 713 vehicles to distribute logistics
· Utilization of 4 units of BO-105 helicopter (assistance provided by Bakornas PB) for monitoring. On 4 February, 1,100 portions of ready to eat food and 200 kilogram of biscuits were distributed.
· Set up 264 water pumps in 52 locations
· District Health Office deployed 586 doctors in 324 Community Health Posts (Puskesmas) and 240 ambulances (medicines in all Community Health Post were sufficient). Additional 100 doctors and 150 nurses were deployed to health posts.
· PMI assisted 10 family sized tents, 2 big tents, 20 lives vests and provided food assistances
· Deployment of 41,045 staff to assist the floods emergency responses, that consisted of:
· Trantib and Linmas = 7,103 persons
· TNI = 4,500 persons
· Police = 6,500 persons
· PMI = 15,000 persons
· SAR = 130 persons
· Other Units = 7,172 persons
· Government of Australia provided assistances valued $50,000 in form of ready to eat food and its distributions that cooperated with PMI at national level.
· Department of Social provided the following assistances:
· 3,000 pieces of sarong
· 2,000 pieces of blanket
· 5,000 instant noodle
· 1,000 pieces of women dress
· 1,000 pieces of T shirt
· 1,000 pieces of long material (for women)
· 1,000 pieces of uniform (for boys)
· 1,000 pieces of uniform (for girls)
· 150 packages of baby clothing
· 150 packages of family kits
· 2 water trucks
· Print log of 50 MT of food cooperated with BULOG/DOLOG (would be released on February 5)
· Food supplies
· Stand by trained personnel (TAGANA) from East Java, Central Java, South Sumatera, North Sumatera Provinces (SAR, logistic, crisis centre, etc)
· Indonesia Airforce Military assistances:
· Personnel for evacuation (when needed)
· Field health team (three locations in Halim Perdanakusumah) and two units of public kitchens
· Stand by to deliver goods or logistic items to emergency shelters
· Government of France cooperated with international communities prepared to assist on clean water to DKI Jakarta areas.
D. Emergency Needs
· Food supplies and good quality of rice
· Clean water
· Non Food:
· 60 units of rubber boats, with engines and operators (big and small sizes)
· SAR personnel specialized in strong wave
· 1,000 vehicle wheels and ropes for evacuation
· Mobile and public latrines
· 14 big trucks
· 250 units of mobile lanterns
· 600 torches
· Equipment for public kitchens
· Sleeping mats
· Sand filled sacks or bags
E. Constraints on Operational
1. Interrupted of telecommunication provided by PT Telkom, so that coordination with stakeholders was difficult, especially through hand phone
2. Flow in information was not timely because officials in some locations were deployed to assist disaster response operations in the fields.
F. Conclusions and Suggestions
· Food assistances/social sector handled by Satlak PB:
· Central Jakarta 80% progress
· South Jakarta 40% progress
· East Jakarta 50% progress
· West Jakarta 50% progress
· North Jakarta 50% progress
· In general, flood emergency responses actively involved Satkorlak PB DKI Province, Satlak PB in Jakarta, Bekasi and Tangerang as well as other related institutions and communities.
· Updated information on weather and water level conditions on sluice gates need to be informed to all stakeholders in order to conduct preparedness efforts to anticipate worst-case scenario.
· Prioritizing the evacuation of victims into safer places, and provision of logistic supports and health services to fatalities.
Data Source: Satkorlak PB DKI Jakarta Province, Satlak PB North Jakarta, Satlak PB East Jakarta, Satlak PB West Jakarta, Satlak PB South Jakarta, Satlak PB Tangerang, Satlak PB Bekasi, and PMI