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Putting Free and Open Source GIS Software (QGIS 2.0) Under-Stress for producing Jakarta Flood Map

The peak of rain season has arrived, and as usual, Jakarta always got flooded around December until February each year. Information about where flood happen is very important, public need open access to know and understand where the affected areas are. But, of course textual information is not enough. That is why DKI Jakarta Provincial Disaster Agency (Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah (BPBD) Provinsi DKI Jakarta) with assistance from Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT), funded by Australia-Indonesia Facility for Disaster Reduction (AIFDR-DFAT Australian Aid ) is creating Jakarta flood map this year. Everyone needs to know that all maps that have been published to the public…

Point of Interest (POI) Training Workshop in BPBD DKI Jakarta Office

Training Point of Interest in Pluit Village organized by UNESCO and the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia has finally reached the end of the activity. The training started from activities POI Training in Pluit Village then followed by training at SMK POI 56 for students / senior high school students and POI Training Workshop in Pluit Village Office and on December 30, 2013  at BPBD DKI Jakarta’s office Point of Interest (POI) Training Workshop in BPBD DKI Jakarta Office had been held and involving relevant agencies in Jakarta. The purpose of this workshop is slightly different from the previous workshop that held…

Workshop of Establishment of Point of Interest for Flood-Prone Areas Communities in Pluit Village, Jakarta

Establishment of flood POI  (Point of Interest) project at Pluit Village which has been initiated by UNESCO and supported by Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) still continued. After Establishment of POI Training in Pluit Village has been finished, the next activity is Workshop Establishment of POI at Pluit Village. The Establishment of POI Workshop was being held in Pluit Village on November 20th, 2013. This event invited all related sector, training participants or government representatives such as RW, Pluit Village, Sub-District and Students from SMK N 56 Pluit. The main purpose of this workshop is to present the result from POI training that…

Establishing A Communities Based POI’s in The High Risk Communities to Jakarta Floods Training in SMKN 56 Pluit

“The Establishment of Community-based Point of Interest in Flood Prone Areas in Jakarta” is part of the “UNESCO’ World POI” Map Project which is implemented through UNESCO Office in Nairobi, Windhoek, New Delhi and Jakarta.  In order to implement this project, UNESCO in collaboration with Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team conducts a series of trainings to support the development of ‘community-owned-knowledge’ by building community capacity on Basic GIS Technologies. Indonesia, one of the most disaster prone countries in the world, carrying out PoI project dealing with Flood management with the PoI project’s title is Establishing a Community Based POIs in the High-Risk…

OpenStreetMap in DKI Jakarta’s Contingency Plan

Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia and also the most densely populated city in Indonesia, which is home to more than 10 million people. It has a wide range and complexity of problems that plagued on it. One issue that has always plagued Jakarta is flood. In 2002, extensive flood in Jakarta reached about 13 percent of the area of ​​Jakarta and have an impact to 381,266 people and 21 people died. While the floods in 2007 about 45 percent of the city area of Jakarta were flooded and there are 80 people died and caused loss of 5.16 trillion rupiah.…

Establishment Point of Interest (POI) Training in Flood Prone Areas Pluit Village, Jakarta

Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia and also the largest city in Indonesia. It is home to more than 10 million people with a wide range and complex problems that plagued the city. One issue that always plagued Jakarta is flood. The last flood hits Jakarta occurred in January 2013, where nearly 50% percent of the population affected by the flood and resulted in 12 deaths. It is calculated that the loss is up to 20 trillion rupiah. One of the flood prone areas  in Jakarta is Pluit village. Pluit village is located approximately 1.5 meters below sea level.…

Contingency Plan Development in Makassar

City of Makassar is the capital city of Sout Sulawesi province located in the west coast of Sulawesi, as the entrance gate of Eastern Indonesia made the city of Makassar greatly developed especially in the economic field. Its location in the coastal making the city of Makassar can not separated from the floods. [osm_map lat=”-5.12″ long=”119.442″ zoom=”14″ width=”600″ height=”450″ marker=”-5.11875,119.44831″ marker_name=”wpttemp-red.png”] The floods almost every year hit the city of Makassar and provide substantial losses. This is caused the land use changes such as dense settlement, worst drainage, and water runoff from the highland (Maros and Gowa). In some areas…