of Donggala and Sigi, and the Mayor of Palu were given a deadline by Governor
of Central Sulawesi, Longki Djanggola, in late December 2018 to immediately
establish data validation with the decision of the regional head. This was
confirmed by Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia, when the Governor requested
an acceleration of assistance.
his answer accelerated the data validation. Because based on valid data, help will be fast or
slow. Therefore, I ask that by the end of December there will be a regional
decision regarding disaster data in each region, ‘said the governor.
was extended to February 23, 2019. Originally, the transition period will be
completed tomorrow – December 25, 2018.
Longki Djanggola decided to extend. The decision considered, especially the
technical considerations delivered by BNPB through the BNPB Logistics Deputy.
Extending to the next 60 days, the goal is to increase the performance targets. This was revealed by an evaluation meeting
expanded with BNPB’s Deputy Logistics and Equipment, Rudi Phadmanto
Infrastructure Task Force, Ari Supriadi. He reported, currently the
construction of shelter is still 110 units from the target of 1,200 units.
there are 220 units in Palu, 193 units in Sigi and 140 units in Donggala. By
him, he expected the need to extend the emergency transition.
Affairs, Ridwan Mumu and Head of Binamarga and Tata Ruang Syaifullah Djafar.
The same thing was also expressed by BNPB Logistics Deputy Rudi Phadmanto. ’’At
there is still a need to extend the emergency transition to facilitate access
to disaster relief, and it is hoped that immediate planning data validation
will be carried out and determined by the regional head’s decision to
immediately decide on the distribution of assistance in accordance with the
policies set. Because the policy of budget allocation can be decided based on the accurate data, ‘he said.
Hidayat Lamakarate said that Pusdatina had conducted data validation with teams
from regencies and cities. He hoped the regional head at Pasigala had set the
data validation with the decision of the regional head. This was followed by
the governor so that the regents and mayors as soon as possible carried out
data validation and were determined by a regional head decision.**