Indonesia's new strategy in disaster financing

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Indonesia's new strategy in disaster financing

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Indonesia's new strategy in disaster financing Published5 hours ago

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Indonesia spent an average of 4.4 trillion rupiah (S$400 million) a year, in the last 12 years, funding emergency responses to natural disasters that hit the country.

The funds were disbursed for search and rescue work, the evacuation of victims, and provision of basic needs.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 26, 2018, with the headline 'Indonesia's new strategy in disaster financing'. Print Edition | Subscribe Topics:
  • INDONESIA
  • NATURAL DISASTERS
  • FINANCIAL AID

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Source: Google News Indonesia | Netizen 24 Indonesia

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