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Endeavors to tackle the root causes of flooding and landslides must not create social problems in society, says head of BNPB Doni Monardo.
BPBD recorded as many as 697 people are still displaced on the seventh day of the severe Jakarta flood that hit on Wednesday, January 1.
BNPB announced the death toll has risen to 67 due to the flash flood and landslides in Jakarta and surrounding satellite cities.
BPPT resumed the Weather Modification Technology or TMC program in a bid to reduce rainfall in the Greater Jakarta area on Sunday, January 5.
BNPB and BMKG said that they have repeatedly provide early warnings and information concerning possible extreme weathers to several institutions.
The number of victims who died because of the recent flood and landslide increase to 53 people, according to BNPB.
BNPB head Doni Monardo said President Jokowi ordered Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung to draft instruction on a disaster contingency plan.
BNPB announced the death toll due to the deadly floods in Jakarta and surrounding satellite cities has grown to 43.
The Weather modification technology (TMC) is set to commence today on Friday, in hopes of reducing the rain intensity over flood-stricken areas.
BPPT's plan to apply weather modification in reducing the heavy rainfall is criticized by the Head of LAPAN. Balance of nature at stake.
BNPB announced 30 people have been confirmed dead due to Wednesday's floods that inundated the capital and satellite cities.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said the government is striving to suppress the losses due to natural disasters such as floods.
National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) and BPPT planned to modify the weather to reduce the high intensity of rain in Jakarta Greater Area.
Flash floods inundated swathes of Indonesia's capital and nearby towns on the first day of the New Year after torrential rainfall overnight.
Since his appointment, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency chief Lt. Gen. Doni Monardo has dealt with a myriad of disasters.
The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) announced the current status of Mount Anak Krakatau is at Alert Level II (Waspada).
National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) noted that at least eight regions in Indonesia are on alert status as they potentially face flooding.
National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) drew attention to several areas potentially impacted by flooding in accordance with a forecast map.
National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said that until Monday, 10:00 local time, 3,721 disasters had occurred in 2019.
The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) head Lieut. Gen. Doni Monardo called on the public to be alert in facing extreme weather in Indonesia.