of people killed in Bali blasts
BALI, Indonesia, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Indonesian
police released an estimated final death toll of 202 from the
October 12 bomb attacks.
People from at least 20 countries were killed in the bombings,
the biggest attack since the September 11, 2001 strikes on the
United States. Below is a breakdown of casualties by nationality:
Great Britain 23
United States 7
New Zealand 3
South Africa 2
South Korea 2
KERJA BALI SETAMAN:
In cooperation with the DPRD of Bali, we would like to invite
the Head or Director of your organization to “Rembug
Krama Bali” (Bali Community
Discussion). This event will provide a forum for coordination
between the programs of organizations involved in the Bali recovery
program. The time and venue are:
Date : 19-20 February 2003
Time : 08.30
Venue: Gedung DPRD Bali, Niti Mandala-Renon, Denpasar, Bali
Agenda - Proposal
to use 911 Emergency Response System???
- The Consultative Group on Indonesia
"Promoting Equitable Growth, Investment and Poverty Reduction"
- Bali, January 21-22, 2003, 8:30am-5:30 pm
of the 12th Consultative Group Meeting on Indonesia
Impacts & Response to the Bali Tragedy [*.pdf-245kb]
Summary of the Bali Recovery Group
To date Rp 864 million
has been paid to these families.
and confirmed killed
(current figure, dead!?!)
as eligible for assistance, of which
||Families are currently
known to be receiving assistance.
Eric Kaler from Rotary/YKIP informed the us as follows:
World Bank – USAID – UNDP
are working together on a survey, which will be used to manage
The assessment they produce from the surveys will be announced
at the CGI meeting in Bali at the end of January.
Most of their US$30 Million earmarked for Bali
will be distributed at the Kecamatan level after focus groups
determine the needs and government plans and approvals are received.
Largest allocations are likely to be for infrastructure improvements
in each of the 53 Kecamatans, and not for food, unemployment,
or tourism programs.
Other large organizations planning recovery
Asian Development Bank Undetermined amount
JICA/Japan Embassy US$20 Million
AUSAID US$1.4 Million
DFID/British Embassy US $300,000
UNICEF US $55,000
World Bank/Netherlands US$4 Million
Total US $55.75 Million