Tag: qgis

Data Input and Collection Training for Villages around Magepanda Watershed, Maumere, East Nusa Tenggara

Dagesime Magepanda watershed passes across many areas in East Nusa Tenggara. This watershed became important because its main function to support people who live around the river. Due of its importance, there should be some regulations to maintain and manage the existence of this watershed from the upstream down. The Caritas Diocese of Maumere (CKM) as a humanitarian organization is working on the documentation of watershed management plans. CKM aims to collect field data that can be used to support the making of the watershed management plan document. Assisting the data collection, CKM collaborated with Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia…

QGIS and InaSAFE Training for Establishing Disaster Risk Assessment

Lembaga Penanggulangan Bencana dan Perubahan Iklim Nahdlatul Ulama (LPBI NU) in collaboration with Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia continue their partnership to conduct serial training to make a document of Disaster Risk Assessment. This was an advance training program based on the previous training, but still in the same serial of training. This program was conducted in two different location, Pare-pare, South Sulawesi on 10-14 April 2017 and Kudus, Central Java on 17-21 April 2017. In the previous training, participants were given knowledge about collecting field data and mapping their area using OpenStreetMap. In this training, participants learned about QGIS…

Making Disaster Risk Assessment Using QGIS and InaSAFE to Reduce Impact of Disaster in North Toraja, South Sulawesi

Indonesian geographical positions caused our country is very closely related to the issue of disaster. Floods, landslides, volcanoes, and tsunamis are disasters that are very much occurred in our country. The impact is so massive, such as material loss or even human’s death. Therefore, we need a specific study about a disaster that can help us to reduce the impact caused by a disaster itself. Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia in collaboration with Church World Service (CWS) Indonesia conduct a training activity in order to make a “Disaster Risk Assessment in the District of North Toraja, South Sulawesi”. This training…

OSM, QGIS and InaSAFE for Tsunami Contingency Plan in Ambon City

This training was a series of preparation of Contingency Plans Tsunami activities in Ambon City. This training was a collaboration between the City Local Disaster Managemen Agency (BPBD) of Maluku Province, BPBD of Ambon City, BPBD of Central Maluku District, Mercy Corps, Disaster Management Innovation (DMI) and Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia. The main focus for this training was to teach participants process to use data spatial from the beginning. Participant will be teach how to collect spatial data in  the field using OpenStreetMap then  produce the data using QGIS and InaSAFE until it is ready to use for their Tsunami…

InaSAFE for Contingency Planning

After teaching InaSAFE for  Risk Assesment to National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) in last December 2015,  Disaster Management Innovation (DMI) helped by Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia come back to help BNPB to teach InaSAFE for some of BNPB staff. Now, InaSAFE will be delivered to participants in context of to help them for making Contingency Planning. This training will be tauhgt to BNPB staff  in Deputy 1 who come from  3 directorates. They are Preparedness Directorate, Disaster Risk Reduction Directorate and Community Empowerment Directorate with total of participant is 24 people. This InaSAFE training aims to strengthen BNPB staff…

OSM QGIS and InaSAFE Training in InaDRTG

In 16-18 December 2015, HOT and DMI (Disaster Management Innovation) held training in InaDRTG. This training was held by Deputy of Prevention and Preparedness division of Community Empowerment with help from DMI and HOT. This training aim to prepare Deputy of Prevention and Preparedness’s database. 16 Participants attend this training and each participants come from Community Empowerment division ( eight people), Preparedness division (six people) and Disaster Risk Reduction division (two people). In the first day of the training began there was opening from Head of Community Empowerment division, Sigit Padmono Dewo. After that, there was focus group discussion lead…

OSM Training Results in Hasanuddin University

OpenStreetMap Training hosted in the Faculty of Engineering, Hasanuddin University was part of the University Roadshow programme in Indonesia. The final end of this training is to suggest the formation of OpenStreetMap communities in many districts in Indonesia, to train students in deepening their spike in using OpenStreetMap, QGIS, and InaSAFE, and to equip participants with skills necessary to become data collectors and data analysts that can later be used to work with Disaster Mitigation Agency in district level (BPBD). The training in Hasanuddin University was the first training to be held this year, pioneering the rest of the trainings…

Disaster Risk Analysis Training for BPBD of East Nusa Tenggara

After almost 1 year not involved in any activities in East  Indonesia, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap (HOT) Team finally had a chance to participate in February 3rd – 6th 2014. In this event HOT with Australia Indonesia for Disaster Reduction (AIFDR) and BPBD of East Nusa Tenggara Province initiated Disaster Risk Analysis Training for all BPBD in regency level in East Nusa Tenggara Province. The main goal of this training is to give participants information and understanding what the disaster risk analysis is and what the steps that they have to do to make it. This training held at Waingapu City, East…

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…