Indonesia Deal With More Than 2.000 Disaster in 2020  

Jakarta – National Disaster Management Authority (Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana/BNPB) recorded more than 2.000 disaster (99%) from first January untill September 2020 in Indonesia. Hidrometeorologi disaster such as flood, tornado, and landslide are dominant disaster in archipelago. The danger of hidrometeorologi is still a dominant treat untill last year of 2020.

The most disaster is flood with 791 times, 573 times of tornadoes, and 387 times of landslide. Forest fire, abrasion, drought are 314 times, 26 times, and 22 times consequtively. Meanwhile the lowest are eart quake, 13 times, and mount eruption 5 times. Total disasters is 2.131 times

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Some of disaster lead to fatalities and lost of treasures. BNPB recorded that 322 died and lost, 454 injured, and 4.481.641 people evacuated. Meanwhile infrastructure damage to residential area is 31.749 hoses, 627 education facilities, 653 worship facilities and 128 health facilities.

Number of incidents untill ninth month of this year decleaned compared to same period of previous year. According to BNPB data, number of disaster in 2020 decleaned to about 25.1% compared to last year. Decleaning of precentage also happened in number of people died and lost, injured, suffer, evacuated and houses damage

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Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics Council (Badan Meteorologi Klimatologi dan Geofisika/BMKG) informed that weather fenomenon could trigger hidrometeorologi disaster untill last year

Head of Central Climate Chang of BMKG, Supari, informed first rainy session prediction in October will happen in same of teritories at Sumatra (east coast of Aceh, part of Riau, Jambi, South Sumatra, Bangka and Lampung), Java (part of West Java, part of Central Java, and little part of East Java), Kalimantan (part of West Kalimantan, part of Central Kalimantan, South Kalimantan,and part of East Kalimantan and North Kalimantan) and little part in Sulawesi, North Maluku and West Nusa Tenggara

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