Online information about resources, aid and donations for quake and tsunami victims in Aceh & North Sumatra and now in Yogyakarta (May 2006) (Indonesia)
Banda Aceh - 2004 and 2014
A photo gallery in the Guardian: click on each image to see the changes.
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Telecom operator AXIS has started a SMS based donation scheme from all its customers. Users can send a free SMS to ‘1111’ and simply type ’DONASI (5000 or 20000 or 50000)’. So either Rp 5,000; Rp 20,000 or Rp 50,000 will be automatically deducted from their remaining credit and will be used to create a fund for earthquake victims.
Readers in the USA can find a list of some of the organizations working to help quake victims in Indonesia, as well as tsunami victims in the Pacific Island nations of Samoa, American Samoa, and Tonga here. They are either providing direct assistance or are fund-r…
The quake struck late in the morning, at 1049 local time (0349 GMT), while many people were at work or school killing at least 70 people and injuring hundreds.
The magnitude 6.3 quake struck on Sumatra island and was felt as far away as neighboring Malaysia and Singapore, where some tall buildings were evacuated. It was followed by several strong aftershocks.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the tremor struck 20 miles below Solok. It was followed by several strong aftershocks, one measuring 6.0.
Tuesday’s quake was about 660 miles west of the country’s capital Jakarta.