Ahead of the disaster year 28 September 2018, various solutions still need to be discussed. As the provision of jadup, stimulant funds and the process of building housing remain a homework for the government in the affected areas of Palu, Sigi and Donggala.
When chairing a meeting of the Central Sulawesi Disaster Impact Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Evaluation Meeting, Monday (9/9/2019) officials from Kemenpolhukam Kol. Sutikno Sulaeman asked for the seriousness of the regional head so that the process of accelerating the development of Huntap could be realized immediately.
“Need to coordinate with all parties who have an interest in implementing the acceleration of disaster impact recovery,” he said.
In line with Kemenpolhukam, Central Sulawesi Deputy Governor H. Rusli Dg. Palabi said that the disaster management activities really need serious attention from all of us, including from the Regent and Mayor.
“Currently we are conducting an evaluation related to the progress of activities that we have carried out in handling the impact of disasters,” said the Deputy Governor.
Furthermore, Assistant II Elim Somba who accompanied the Deputy Governor reported that the Total Damage and Disaster Impact Losses reached Rp. 24,157,128,876,846. and Total Needs for Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Rp. 36,427,364,641,361.
The progress of the development of Huntara, explained Elim Somba, such as Huntara built by PUPR, BUMN and NGOs as many as 19,183 Biliki.
Distribution of compensation paid for Palu City 1,383 lives in the process of 1,119 lives, Sigi compensation paid 378 lives in the process of 75, Donggala paid 130 lives while the process of 75 lives, and Parigi Moutong paid 15 in the process of 43 lives.
Implementation of the first tranche of the Rp. 235,536,000,000 of the total needs of Rp. 2,579,530,000,000 and Huntab Development Progress has been built through the Buddhist TzuChi 200 Units both in Sigi and in Palu. **