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Case Study Jakarta Indonesia Using InaSAFE for Decision Making During Emergency and Beyond Iwan Gunawan, Ph.D. Sr. Disaster Risk Management Specialist The World Bank Symposium on Strengthening Disaster Management Information System, 14 March 2015 Collaborators

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Page 1: Case Study Jakarta Indonesia - data.inasafe.orgdata.inasafe.org/Presentations/20150314 Indonesia Case Study - Ina… · Iwan Gunawan, Ph.D. Sr. Disaster Risk Management Specialist

Case Study Jakarta IndonesiaUsing InaSAFE for Decision Making During Emergency and Beyond

Iwan Gunawan, Ph.D.Sr. Disaster Risk Management Specialist

The World Bank

Symposium on Strengthening Disaster Management Information System, 14 March 2015

Collaborators

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Outline

• Elements of DRM Information System

• Disaster Context - Jakarta

• Operationalizing InaSAFE

• Linking back to policy

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Elements of DM Information System

• Concrete problem to solve use case

• Operational setup

• Community of Practice

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Geographical Context: Jakarta

Jakarta bay

Volcanoes, 2000-3000 meter

Bogor

Bekasi TanggerangJakarta

Depok

5 m/year

2 m/year

30 km

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Disaster Context: Jakarta manage flood risks from 3 directions

Seawall collapse-Nov 2007Midstream flooding-Feb 2007

Upstream flooding-Feb 2007

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Operationalizing InaSAFEDevelopment and “Maintenance”

Develop Simple Tool

Continued Improvement

Build a crowd of talent

Used by Locals for Contingency Planning

Launched at 4th AMCDRR 2012

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Operationalizing InaSAFEPopulating Data & Producing “Answer”

Mapping of neighborhood boundaries by officials

“Explosion” of data during participatory exercise

Data used for operational purpose until today

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Operationalizing InaSAFETaking the Innovation to the Next Level

Jakarta Smart Disaster Software Competition (Hackaton) - 2014

Mapping of Neighborhood Block (RT) and Inundation areas

Wireless Sensor Network for flood detection(Under testing by BPPT)

AutomatedFlood Damage &Loss Calculation(Under Development)

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Linking Back Policythrough dialogue among officials and stakeholders

Jun 2012

Head of Mapping Agency (BIG)Deputy Chief of NDMO (BNPB)

Officials of Jakarta Provincial DMO (BPBD)

• Participatory One Map• Flood Impact estimation for

planning

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Takeaway message

• Use of Open source tool and Crowd sourcing of geospatial information for DRM is a concrete example that investing in resilience is everybody’s business

Consideration for WCDRR Outcome

• Countries should invest in open data for resilience as the basis for building risk awareness and mitigation