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Sonora Jogja Media Center

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Jogja Media Center from Sonora Radio Station 97.4 FM (in Indonesian)

http://www.sonorajogjamediacenter.org/

Contact
Sonora Jogja Media Center
Radio Sonora 97,4 FM

Jl. KH. Wakhid Hasyim 256 (ndalem Tejokusuman)
Yogyakarta 55262

Hot Line Earthquake Information
On Air: (0274) 450363 • 0274) 450364
Off Air: 90274 (Hunting)
SMS: 08175483200 Fax: (0274) 450361
Yahoo!Messenger/E-Mail: sonorajogjamediacenter[et]yahoo.co.id

Webgis/Webmapping Application - Java Quake

Sistem Informasi Bencana DIY
Fakultas Geografi Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta

Peta dan Informasi Bencana Gempa Jogjakarta dan Jateng (SG Viewer needed)
Jurusan Teknik Geodesi UGM dan Bappeda DIY

[Via Eko]

UNDAC Contacts at 3 station Indonesia

The United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) contact information in several location in Indonesia

Yogyakarta
Puji Pujiono +62 811 153 489Jemilah Mahmood +62 813 6325 4955 / +62 815 8633 0238Amanada Pitt +62 813 9224 1372
Bantul
Rajan Gengaje +62 813 9221 1371Sun Baitao +62 813 9221 1374Regina Rahadi +62 811 93 94 79
Yogyakarta Airport
Alan Toh +62 813 9221 1351

GPS / Satelite Coordinates

Anyone needs to communicate on the ground or requires GPS or Satellite Coordinates can use one these contact (ECHO):
Jorge Pereiro-Pinon jorge.pereiro-pinon (at) cec.eu.intAgnes Agnes.LE-THIEC (at) cec.eu.intCesar Arques ta01 (at) echo-bangkok.org

IDEP Yogyakarta Earthquake Response Update No 2

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IDEP Yogyakarta Earthquake Response Update No 2

About the situation on the ground around Yogya at this time

The latest reports put the death toll from the Java quake at over 5,800 and sources estimate that some 647,000 people have been displaced and are in need of basic food and shelter.

As night falls over Java, international news services and eyewitness reports from our partners in the field inform us that while more aid appears to be arriving at the now open airport in Yogyakarta. Yet many people who’s homes have been destroyed are facing their fifth night without food, shelter, water or even basic medical aid. Assessments from our partners in the field suggest than many thousands more people will spend further nights with out their basic needs met.

Our partners are coordinating with local organizations to identify places where many of the larger NGO’s have yet to arrive and are focusing their efforts of delivering emergency aid to areas.�����…

Saksi Gempa.org

New website from COMBINE as a Information response system for Java Earthquake Relief.

Click here to go o the website: Combine Tanggap - Saksi Gempa.org

Contact:
Sekretariat SAKSIGEMPA
Jl. Ngadisuryan 26 Yogyakarta 55133
Telp/fax.: 0274-418929
Email : jalinmerapi@combine.or.id

Java Quake Google Earth Overlay

From Global Connection - Indonesia Earthquake

Load the Google Earth dynamic overlay, generated by the Global Connection project. These maps are from DLR's Center for Satellite-based Crisis Information and contain 0.7 meter Digital Globe imagery and 1 meter IKONOS imagery of Bantul.

To use the Google Earth dynamic overlay:If you do not have Google Earth installed, it's a free download from earth.google.comClick on the above link to load into Google Earth. As you navigate to the area affected by the earthquake, you'll see the overlay appear. After you zoom or scroll and stop motion for about a second, Google Earth will automatically load the correct sections of the map. As you zoom in, the map overlays will become more detailed

Indahnesia.com Page on Java Quake 2006

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Can be found here: Indahnesia.com Page on Java Quake 2006


Heavily injured woman
A heavily injured woman is waiting to get medical attention in Yogyakarta after an earthquake strikes the ...


Setting up camp
People have set up quick shelters against the sun, and later for the night, on the one ...


Prambanan temples damaged
The Prambanan temple complex just east of Yogyakarta has sustained substantial damage after a powerful earthquake in ...


Soldiers budy victims
Soldiers carry a dead body during a funeral in Bantul, south of Yogyakarta. Rescue workers dug desperately ...


Bantul from the air
An aerial view of Bantul's district on the outskirts of the ancient city of Yogyakarta. Rescue workers ...

More pictures here: Indonesia photobooks - Central Java earthquake

More Satellite Images of the Damaged Area

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Damage assessment using QUICKBIRD data from May 28, 2006 - Bantul Region, Sheet 1 (1:7,500)
May 31, 2006 - 17:30 UTC
click here to download the map (1.1 MB low resolution)
click here to download the map (2.0 MB medium resolution)
click here to download the map (7.0 MB high resolution; corresponding world-file)


Damage assessment using QUICKBIRD data from May 28, 2006 - Bantul Region, Sheet 2 (1:7,500)
May 31, 2006 - 17:30 UTC
click here to download the map (1.0 MB low resolution)
click here to download the map (1.9 MB medium resolution)
click here to download the map (6.6 MB high resolution; corresponding world-file)

From DLR-ZKI. Complete page here: Earthquake in Indonesia 2006

Calling for help from Sumberbatikan

Hans van den Broek in Yogyakarta on his blog informs several bank account for earthquake donation:


NETHERLAND
Name: P Ponirah
Address: Molenstraat 4, 4841 CD Prinsenbeek, The Netherlands
Acc. nr. 142 5590 24

For donations from outside The Netherlands, you'll need this information:
IBAN: NL48 RABO 0142 5590 24
BIC: RABONL2U


AUSTRALIA
Barry Crooks (from Australia)
National Australia Bank Mastercard a/c no. 5313 5855 1124 4593


UNITED STATES
And Bernie Adeney-Riskotta (US)
Acc. nr. 040011515315, Citybank, Shattuck and University Ave, Berkeley


More on his post Sumberbatikan for background info

Contact Info:
Hans van den Broek
Ponirah Productions
Vertaal- en redigeerwerk
Jl. Dumung 111A CT VIII
Karang Gayam
Depok Sleman
Yogyakarta 55281
Indonesia

T + 62 (0)274 565107
M + 62 (0)8882700194
translations@hansvandenbroek.com

Self Reminder Online Pamphlet

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From left to right:
1. Want to watch earthquake victims? Do it on television
2. The condition is already hard, don't make aid relief more difficult
3. Why do we the earthquake victims, fights among ourselves?
4. Don't be an egoist so we can all be relieved

WHO Situation Report - Yogyakarta and Central Java Earthquake

Summary
WHO has taken the lead on the organization of coordination meetings and the formation of the Health Cluster that will serve as an information sharing and management mechanism.A Health Emergency Information and Operations Unit (HEIOU) has been established in Sarjito Hospital in Yogyakarta.WHO/Ministry of Health has established a Logistics Hub in the Yogyakarta airport in cooperation with the National Crisis ManagementAn Early Warning and Outbreak Control Network (Disease Surveillance) is being established in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Gadja Mada University.
Number of Dead and Injured

Location Yogyakarta
Death4273Number of Injured In Patient 13622 Number of Injured Out Patient 7878
Location Central Java
Death1141 Number of Injured In Patient 4896 10582 Number of Injured Out Patient 10582
TOTAL
Death5414 Number of Injured In Patient 18518 Number of Injured Out Patient 18460

Priority Needs
Shelters and tents are needed around hospitals for discharged p…