Extreme Weather Emergency Response in Bali

Extreme Weather Emergency Response in Bali
USD 603

raised of $3,995

22 people have pitched in

16% funded

USD

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Kopernik is supporting families affected by extreme weather events resulting in landslides and displacement across Bali, through the distribution of emergency supplies and shelter kits.

THE PROBLEM

From 2 until 9 July 2023, several extreme weather events occurred in Indonesia causing torrential rain, landslides and accidents in Bali and severely impacted many districts across the island. As of 9 July 2023, the District Disaster Management Board reported the following damage data:

  • 5 casualties (2 in Bangli and 3 in Karangasem)
  • 6 severely injured people
  • 268 accidents
  • 48 severely damaged houses (in Tabanan, Karangasem, Bangli, Badung and Buleleng)
  • Estimated total loss of IDR 1,963,000,000 (or equivalent to USD 133,309)

THE SOLUTION

Kopernik is providing shelter kits to the affected locations in partnership with BPBD Bali. The kits comprise of the following:

  • Tarps (A5) : 105 pieces
  • Rope for tarps (6mm, 20 m/pack) : 105 pieces
  • Foldable Mattresses : 100 pieces
  • Blankets : 300 pieces
  • Buckets : 105 pieces 

THE EXPECTED IMPACT

This response is expected to reach more than 700 people from more than 105 households in Bali who have been heavily impacted by the extreme weather events.


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PROJECT COST

Type
Description
Amount

Procurement and distribution of shelter ktis

Costs associated with the procurement, coordination and distribution of the ER items

$3,807

Payment Processing Fee

Cost of transferring payments internationally and processing online donations for payments received via website.

$190

Total $3,997

This project is implemented by Yayasan Kopernik on behalf of our partner who provided grant funding for this project.