Help families affected by the Sunda Strait tsunami with water filters, solar lights, family emergency kits which include food and non-food items and other critical supplies.
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A tsunami in the Sunda Strait hit parts of Lampung and Banten on the evening of 22 December, devastating communities living along the coast.
More than 5,500 people across Lampung and Banten have been displaced from their homes, with Banten’s Pandeglang district being the hardest hit. As of noon on 25 December, the death toll had reached 373 people, according to the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB). More than 1,400 people are injured and at least 128 people are still missing. Authorities estimate the number of casualties to rise.
The tsunami is suspected to have been triggered by a combination of high waves during a full moon, Mount Anak Krakatau's volcanic eruptions, and a subsequent landslide in Mount Anak Krakatau's crater, according to a joint press release by the authorities.
Authorities and relief agencies are currently focusing on search and rescue efforts, as well as distributing food, medical supplies, and other basic needs to survivors. Current priorities on the ground include water treatment equipment, lighting, and tents.
We are working with a trusted partner, Humanitarian Forum Indonesia (HFI), to inform us of the most urgent needs based on their assessment on the ground. HFI is currently focusing their efforts in Pandeglang, Serang and Lampung.
Through HFI, we will be distributing water filters, solar lights and family emergency kits consisting of food and non-food items, hygiene products and other critical supplies urgently needed by families affected by the disaster.
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THE PROJECT RESULT
We worked with a trusted partner, Humanitarian Forum Indonesia (HFI), to inform us of the most urgent needs based on their assessment on the ground. HFI focused their efforts in Pandeglang and South Lampung
Through HFI, we distributed water filters, solar lights and family kits consisting of hygiene products and other critical supplies urgently needed by families affected by the disaster.
Water Filter: We distributed 500 units of water filters to 500 households in Cigondrong, Sumber Jaya and Tunggal Jaya villages.
Solar Light: We distributed 500 solar lights, comprising of two different types, D’light S 30 and D’light A2,to 500 households in three villages
Family Kits: We distributed a total of 500 kits -consisting of bucket, blanket, towel, sarong, soap bar, detergent, toothbrush and toothpaste, and water dipper - to 500 households in three villages, or equivalent to 2,000 individuals.
Costs associated with purchasing 500 units of family kits
Costs associated with purchasing 500 units of water filters
Costs associated with purchasing 500 units of solar lights
Distribution and Monitoring Cost
Costs associated with distribution and delivery, transport, and monitoring
Cost of transferring payments internationally, processing online donations (5%) and a contribution to Kopernik's operational costs (15%)
Kopernik Solutions provided a sub-grant to a trusted partner organisation who is implementing this project.