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The impact of the conflict, the tsunami and reconstruction on poverty in Aceh

Indonesia. Badan Rehabilitasi & Rekonstruksi

The impact of the conflict, the tsunami and reconstruction on poverty in Aceh

Aceh poverty assessment, 2008

by Indonesia. Badan Rehabilitasi & Rekonstruksi

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Published by Badan Rehabilitasi & Rekonstruksi, World Bank in Jakarta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social conditions,
  • Poverty,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Social conflict,
  • Disaster relief

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 74-75).

    ContributionsWorld Bank. Indonesia Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p. :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24848927M
    LC Control Number2011309526


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The impact of the conflict, the tsunami and reconstruction on poverty in Aceh by Indonesia. Badan Rehabilitasi & Rekonstruksi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tsunami inbut also emerging from three decades of civil war and political turmoil. Civil and political unrest continued even after the tsunami until August when a peace accord was signed between the government and the Gerakan Aceh Merdeka (GAM or Free Aceh Movement).

The cumulative impact of tsunami and civil strife on socialFile Size: 1MB. Post-tsunami and post-conflict reconstruction: an artificial divide What was clear from the outset of humanitarian response to Aceh was that it was artificially divided into post-tsunami and post-conflict reconstruction contexts, primarily enforced by the Indonesian government, but actively followed by the international humanitarian response.

Housing reconstruction after the Tsunami disaster of in Aceh In: Asian Journal of Social Science. The hardest hit region was the conflict ridden province of Aceh in Indonesia, The impact of the conflict the Tsunami and Reconstruction on poverty in Aceh JakartaCited by: 4.

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The Indian Ocean tsunami caused immense destruction and overdeaths in the Indonesian province of Aceh. The disaster spurred large-scale social and political changes in Aceh, including the intensified implementation of shari‘a law and.

Abstract. Indonesia’s northwesternmost province of Aceh has been the scene of one of the most catastrophic natural disasters and large-scale reconstruction efforts in human history following the Indian Ocean earthquake and by: 5. Poverty levels increased slightly in Aceh in after the tsunami, but by less than expected.

The poverty level then fell in to below the pre-tsunami level, suggesting that the rise in tsunami-related poverty was short lived and reconstruction activities and the end of Country: Indonesia.

Aceh redux: The tsunami that helped stop a the tsunami and reconstruction on poverty in Aceh book new round of armed conflict in Aceh during exploitation of post-tsunami and post-conflict reconstruction” to win contracts and dole out.

Abstract. Aceh had endured nearly 30 years of armed conflict when the tsunami devastated its coastline and up to five kilometres inland. The scale of the disaster and the need for cooperation amongst diverse stakeholders in the peace and recovery effort prompted a renewal of peace talks in the months following the tsunami, which led to a historic Memorandum of Understanding Author: Jane Dunlop.

Purpose – The main objective of this study was to analyze the factors that affect the poverty level of the farming community after the tsunami that occurred in Aceh. After the conflict and tsunami, Aceh has faced severe poverty.

However, the long years of conflict, political struggle, economic transformation, and natural disasters have caused Aceh to become one of the poorest provinces in Author: Adhiana, Zuriani, Eka Maida. stud ied about poverty in Aceh until the year of due to the impact of conflict, tsunami, a nd reconstruction.

Among the prioritie s in reduc ing poverty in Aceh there i s a long term. Two grave disasters, violent conflict and a tsunami, coincided in Aceh. The people faced chronic vulnerability because past conflicts have exacerbated and complicated the impacts of natural disasters.

Indonesia - Proposed Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) for Aceh and North Sumatra (English) Abstract. The purpose of this document is to propose the establishment of a Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) to channel coordinated financial support for the Government of Indonesia's post. Research highlights Separatist conflict and the tsunami in Aceh mean that this Indonesian province might be expected to show evidence of what Naomi Klein has termed ‘disaster capitalism’.

While neoliberal elements are present within important economic-geographical imaginaries in post-disaster Aceh, they are intertwined with and exceeded by other imaginaries.

Four key economic-geographical Cited by: Drawing from the contrasting post-tsunami experiences of Sri Lanka and the Indonesian province of Aceh, this article investigates the tipping effects and asymmetrical impact of international relations, political participation and economic sustainability on post-disaster by: 3.

Poverty levels increased slightly in Aceh in after the tsunami, but by less than expected. The poverty level then fell in to below the pre-tsunami level, suggesting that the rise in tsunami-related poverty was short lived and reconstruction activities and the end of.

(Tribunnews Aceh, ). After the tsunami and conflict in Aceh, it was found that many marriages were without certificates (Siri).

This was also because of ineffective government administration processes. Besides, some other factors were there the poverty factor, remote service. These include. Devastating tsunami of But on 26 Decemberthe tsunami struck, killing Azhari's parents and his sister, as well as approximatelyother Acehnese.

The tsunami devastated Aceh. Poverty in tsunami-struck Aceh has fallen below the pre-disaster level, a new World Bank report shows, due to both peace and the large reconstruction effort.

The Aceh Poverty Assessment report shows poverty in Aceh increased slightly in the aftermath of the tsunami, from percent in. From the Ground Up: Perspectives on Post-Tsunami and Post-Conflict Aceh PATRICK DALY, R. MICHAEL FEENER, and ANTHONY REID, eds.

Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,xxxi+p. On the book cover, the words "Lebih baik disini kampung kita sendiri" are scrawled on a wall of a disaster-hit house in : Kah Seng Loh.

Purpose – The purpose of this study focuses on the reconstruction of Aceh culture as a learning discourse of Acehnese language towards elementary school students. The author also wants to see more closely the process of learning the language of Aceh in elementary school as a part of the reconstruction of local culture of : Bachtiar Akob, Aulia Rahman, Guntur Arie Wibowo.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Existing studies typically find that natural disasters have negative economic consequences, resulting in, at best, a recovery to trend after initial losses or, at worst, longer term sustained losses.

We exploit the unexpected nature of the Indian Ocean tsunami for carrying out a quasi-experimental difference-in-differences analysis of flooded districts Author: Martin Philipp Heger, Eric Neumayer.

in Bhutan, Nepal, Indonesia, and Vietnam, comparing policies to alleviate poverty and reduce inequalities. She also conducts research on the development policy lessons from the post-tsunami reconstruction in Aceh, Indonesia and recently co-edited a Special Issue of the Asian Journal of Social Science on “Post Disaster Societies.”.

Aceh Poverty Assessment The impact of the Conflict, the Tsunami and Reconstruction on Poverty in Aceh - poverty increases in masks large differences in tsunami and availability of oil and gas does not necessarily translate into lower poverty levels | PowerPoint PPT presentation | free to view.

After a historically unprecedented reconstruction process that followed the tsunami of December and two orderly elections in / andAceh's peace process is not only still on track, but widely considered a role model for ending protracted civil wars by means of political participation and autonomy by: NAT J.

COLLETTA. Abstract: The paper first analyzes the emerging global human security paradigm and key development variables that impact on human security, poverty, and conflict, e.g., economic growth, income, asset and service distribution, governance, institutional capacity, ethnicity, and social cohesion.

Aceh. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Live Statistics. English Articles. Improved in 24 Hours. Added in 24 Hours. Languages. Recent. Poverty levels increased slightly in Aceh in after the tsunami, but by less than expected. [27] The poverty level then fell in to below the pre-tsunami level, suggesting that the rise in tsunami-related poverty was short lived and reconstruction activities and the end of.

A tsunami is a natural phenomenon consisting of a series of waves generated when water in a lake or sea is rapidly displaced on a massive scale, due to an earthquake, landslide, volcanic eruption, or large meteorite impact, with effects that can range from unnoticeable to.

Against this backdrop, Tsunami in a Time of War: Aid, Activism, and Reconstruction in Sri Lanka and Aceh, edited by Malathi de Alwis and Eva-Lotta Hedman, opens a window into the work of humanitarian aid at the intersection of the tsunami and the long-term conflicts that had shaped the political landscape in both these contexts.

Jauhola, Marjaana () “Conversations in Silence” – Ceramic Installations Shaping Visual and Political Imagination of Gendered Tsunami and Conflict Reconstruction Landscapes in Aceh, in Altinay, Ayse and Andrea Peto (eds.) Gendered Wars, Gendered Memories: Feminist Conversations on War Genocide and Political : Routledge, During that period, the province of Aceh had just recovered from an extended period of armed conflict and the destructive tsunami.

This REDD+ initiative was among the first established globally (Sills et al. ; Minang and Noordwijk ). More recently, on 26 Decemberthe coastal areas were devastated by a huge earthquake triggering a tsunami, which is estimated to have killed up overpeople in Aceh and completely devastated coastal infrastructure (including the capital city of Banda.

Reconstruction and rehabilitation of housing in Aceh and Nias, Indonesia, which were destroyed by the dramatic earthquake and tsunami of 26 Decemberhas become a major effort of a large number of international and Indonesian by: Poverty levels increased slightly in Aceh in after the tsunami, but by less than expected.

[30] The poverty level then fell in to below the pre-tsunami level, suggesting that the rise in tsunami-related poverty was short lived and reconstruction activities and the end of • Governor: Irwandi Yusuf. From the Ground Up: Perspectives on Post-Tsunami and Post-Conflict Aceh.

Patrick Daly, R. Michael Feener, and Anthony Reid, eds. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,xxxi+p. On the book cover, the words “Lebih baik disini kampung kita sendiri” are scrawled on a.

Indonesia - Proposed Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) for Aceh and North Sumatra (Английский) Аннотация. The purpose of this document is to propose the establishment of a Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) to channel coordinated financial support for the Government of Indonesia's post-tsunami disaster recovery program.

According to the Asian Development Bank, almost 30 percent of Aceh’s population of four million—that is, more than one million people—were living below the poverty line before the tsunami. [3] The Executing Agency of Rehabilitation and Reconstruction for Aceh and Nias- BRR, Book Series.

Book C- Map. Spread of Efforts and Achievements, [4] D. Guha-Sapir and W. Panhuis, The Andaman Nicobar Earthquake and Tsunami Impact on Diseases in Indonesia (Brussels: Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED), ).

Poverty levels increased slightly in Aceh in after the tsunami, but by less than expected. [71] The poverty level then fell in to below the pre-tsunami level, suggesting that the rise in tsunami-related poverty was short lived and reconstruction activities and the end of.

Conflict of aid and reconstruction in Aceh To give or not to give: Ethics after the tsunami nytt The tsunami last year in December had a devastating impact on the societies and lives and the massive inflow of aid in the affected areas and related political issues .Rice, Robert (), ‘Planning for the end of the construction boom in tsunami-stricken Aceh and transition to a rapidly growing sustainable economy’, Economic Papers, 26 (3), September, – Scheper, Elizabeth, A.

Parakrama and S. Patel (), Impact of the TsunamiCited by: Poverty increases vulnerability because of the unequal opportunity for healthy and safe environments, poor education and risk awareness, and limited coping capacity. A notable exception was the tsunami in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, where the middle- and upper-class neighborhood close to the shore was particularly by: