January 10, 2019
Photo of the ceremony, which was held on 10 January, 2019
On December 26 2018, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed a Record of Discussions with the Government of the Republic of Indonesia in Jakarta for the Project for Development of Regional Disaster Risk Resilience Plan in Central Sulawesi, technical cooperation for development planning, and then, has just started the Project from early January.
As a follow up action for commitment made between the Minister of National Development Planning and President of JICA in October, after an earthquake struck Central Sulawesi Province on September 28, 2018, JICA has supported the formulation of Reconstruction Master Plan. On the basis of this master plan, the project aims to promote appropriate and efficient reconstruction projects and develop infrastructures and communities that are more disaster-resilient through the formulation and implementation of Regional Disaster Risk Resilience Plan.
Details for the project are provided below.
|Country||Republic of Indonesia|
|Project title||The Project for Development of Regional Disaster Risk Resilience Plan in Central Sulawesi|
|Planned implementation period||36 months|
|Executing agency||Ministry of National Development Planning / National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) and other organizations|
|Target region||Central Sulawesi Province (Palu City, Sigi Regency, Donggala Regency)|
|Specific project details (provisional)||The promotion of appropriate and efficient reconstruction projects and development of infrastructures and communities that are more disaster-resilient through:
(1) The creation of disaster risk assessment and hazard maps,
(2) The formulation of spatial plan(s) based on the disaster risk assessment,
(3) The promotion of resilient infrastructure and public facilities, and
(4) Livelihood recovery and community restoration.