Indonesia: Earthquakes - Sep 2018
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30 September, 2018 â" As fears grow for hundreds still missing after Fridayâs magnitude 7.4 earthquake and tsunami in Indonesiaâs Sulawesi, relief agencies are struggling to access some of the worst affe cted communities.
Power remains out in areas around Palu, the capital of central Sulawesi, while landslides have blocked key roads. Other vital infrastructure including the airport in Palu have been badly damaged.30 Sep 2018 description Indonesia ACT Alliance Alert: Indonesia: Earthquake in Central Sulawesi (30 September 2018) report â" ACT Alliance Download PDF (219.73 KB)
SITUATION30 Sep 2018 description Indonesia Indonesia tsunami update, Sep 29, 2018 report â" MÃ©decins Sans FrontiÃ¨res
Doctors Without Borders/MÃ©decins Sans FrontiÃ¨res (MSF) is currently coordinating with the relevant government authorities in order to support assessments on the ground on the impact of the earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi.29 Sep 2018 description Indonesia International Medical Corps responding to Indonesia earthquake/tsunami report â" International Medical Corps
A 7.5-magnitude earthquake, and a number of very powerful aftershocks, struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi yesterday, triggering a tsunami that has slammed into Palu-the capital of Central Sulawesi province. Hundreds of lives have been lost, with thousands more still missing. Buildings have collapsed; electricity and telecommunications are down; and roads, bridges and airports have been damaged, limiting travel to affected areas.29 Sep 2018 description Indonesia Indonesia: Palu Earthquake and Tsunami report â" Oxfam
"Oxfam's partners in Palu have been working closely with the National Disaster Management Agency in the affected area to assess the situation on the ground."
Country Director of Oxfam in Indonesia
We are assessing damage and preparing to respond to devastating earthquake and tsunami Palu in Indonesia. Your donation to our emergency response fund will help us to respond in Indonesia and wherev er urgent help is needed.29 Sep 2018 description Indonesia The Salvation Army responds as major earthquake and tsunami hits Palu, Indonesia report â" International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies
WIDESPREAD power and communications failures are hampering relief efforts in Donggala and Palu, Indonesia, following a 7.7-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami which caused massive damage across Central Sulawesi. Thousands of homes in the region have been destroyed or severely damaged, leaving many people homeless and sheltering under tarpaulins. The Salvation Army has a substantial presence in the region, including schools and hospitals, but has also sustained serious damage to several of its properties.29 Sep 2018 description Indonesia Indonesia: Sulawesi Earthquake and Tsunami Information Bulletin nÂ° 2 report â" International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Download PDF (910.91 KB)
This bulletin is being issued for information only and reflects the current situation and details available at this time. The Indonesian Red Cross â" Palang Merah Indonesia (PMI) â" is coordinating with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), and Partner National Societies with offices in country towards outlining a detailed response for an emergency response as available information points toward significant humanitarian needs.29 Sep 2018 description Indones ia Indonesia: Red Cross teams âdonât know what weâll findâ at earthquake and tsunami disaster zone report â" International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies
Jakarta/Geneva, 29 September 2018 â" Indonesian Red Cross volunteers and staff are racing to help survivors of the earthquakes and tsunami that hit Central Sulawesi province on Friday, killing at least 384 people and injuring hundreds more in Palu city.
The full extent of the disaster is not yet known as communications are still down and rescue teams have not yet reached the district of Donggala, which was closest to the epicentre of the 7.4 magnitude earthquake.29 Sep 2018 description Indonesia 384 Dead, Hundreds Injured in Indonesia Quake-Tsunami report â" Voice of America
Indonesian officials say at least 384 people died and 540 were injured following a 7.5-magnitude earthquake Friday and a subsequent tsunami that hit two cities - Palu and Donggala - in central Sulawesi province.
Authorities said Saturday hundreds of people were on the beach in Palu for a festival when the earthquake and tsunami struck, sweeping many people away to their deaths in the giant waves.29 Sep 2018 description Indonesia European Commission: Statement on the deadly earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia report â" European Commission's Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations
Brussels, 29 September 2018
High Representative/Vice President Federica Mogherini and Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, Christos Stylianides issue the following statement:
Hundreds of people have lost their lives as yet another deadly natural disaster has hit Indonesia.
Our thoughts are with the victims and all affected as well as with the first responders who are working hard to save lives under very difficult conditions. We express our condolences to those who have lost loved ones.29 Sep 2018 description Indonesia AHA Centre Situation Update No. 1: M 7.4 Earthquake and Tsunami, Sulawesi, Indonesia - Saturday, 29 September 2018, 17:00 hrs (UTC+7) report â" ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance Download PDF (4.09 MB)
a. On Friday (28/09) at 13.59 hrs, an earthquake with a strength of 5.9 SR and updated to 6.0 SR Lok: 0.35 LS, 119.82 BT (The epicenter was at land 61 km north of Palu), Depth: 10 km shook the Kab. Donggala, Prov. Central Sulawesi.
b. Earthquake with magnitude 7.7 magnitude strength which is then updated by BMKG to magnitude 7.4 shook the Palu City and Donggala, Central Sulawesi at 17:02 hrs. Earthquake epicentre was recorded at 10 km depth, 27 km northeast of Donggala, Central Sulawesi.28 Sep 2018 description Indonesia 7.5 magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia re port â" CARE
CARE is closely monitoring the situation in Indonesia and is ready to respond if and when needed, after a 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit the island of Sulawesi today.28 Sep 2018 description Indonesia Indonesia: Earthquake in Donggala, South East Sulawesi Information Bulletin nÂ° 1 report â" International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Download PDF (1.19 MB)
This bulletin is issued for information only and reflects the current situation and details available at this time. The Indonesian Red Cross â" Palang Merah Indonesia (PMI), with the support of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), are continuing to monitor and respond to the situation with local and national resources. If required, additional financial resources will be sought via the relevant IFRC international disaster response mechanism.
The situation28 Sep 2018 description Indonesia Earthquake in Sulawesi Tengah, Indonesia, Shake Map, 2018-09-28 map â" World Food Programme Download PDF (924.21 KB) 28 Sep 2018 description Indonesia AHA Centre Flash Update #1 (Revised): M 7.4 Earthquake Minahassa Peninsula Sulawesi, Indonesia report â" ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance Download PDF (976.45 KB)
1) A series of earthquakes along the fault line was recorded since 2pm today (28 September 2018). The strongest one was a M 7.7. on 17:02 UTC+7 with epicenter located at 7.7 South & 119.85 East, at a depth of 10 km.28 Sep 2018 description Indonesia Earthquake in Sulawesi Tengah, Indonesia. 55km NNW of Palu. Magnitude: 6.1 Depth: 18.08 (28 September 2018) map â" World Food Programme Download PDF (812.67 KB) Filter results