Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Anticipation of Extreme Weather in Next Few Days
In a warning issued by the BMKG in Makassar on Monday evening (2/1/2023), there will be extreme weather from Tuesday (3/1/2023) until next week. Some areas must be aware of this phenomenon.
Heru Budi Hartono, Floods, Traffic and Spatial Planning
Heru served as North Jakarta mayor in 2014 when Jokowi was the capital city’s governor. The first issue he tackled was connecting the Cakung-Cilincing toll road.
Aceh Loses Hundreds of Hectares of Crops due to Floods
At least 4,900 hectares of rice paddies across North Aceh regency, Aceh, were flooded, with 259 ha confirmed to be ruined. More crops will be damaged if the flood does not subside.
People Continue to be Haunted by Flash Floods
Flash floods as a result of the destruction of forests in conservation areas continue to haunt local residents. When the rainy season arrives, the people who live downstream from a conservation area are on alert.
Saving Coastal Areas
From the Semarang incident, we have come to understand that infrastructure, no matter how good it is, is not the only answer to tidal flooding.
The Last Dwellers
If you look at the 1985 Landsat satellite image, the village was 2 kilometers from the nearest beach. Now, the sea has reached Salam\'s backyard.
Preventing Rising Sea Level
Infrastructure is the main solution to curb the rising sea water level. However, infrastructure development must be followed by water resources management to reduce land subsidence.
Repair on the Citarum Embankment to be Completed in Two Days
Repair works on the damaged embankment of the Citarum River should be completed as soon as possible so flooding in Bekasi regency can be effectively controlled.
Prevent Floods in South Kalimantan from Recurring
President Joko Widodo inaugurated Tapin Dam in Tapin regency, South Kalimantan, Thursday (18/2/2021). All regional heads in South Kalimantan were asked to work hard to reforest land to prevent flooding from recurring.
The Face of Solidarity in Banjarmasin Floods
Banjarmasin is nicknamed "the City of a Thousand Rivers". The recent big floods in the capital of South Kalimantan province tested the solidarity of the people.