Merapi Situational Update from Tlogolele, Boyolali

Desa Tlogolele (Tlogolele Village)

Total people of Tlogolele village is 2522 people. Of 2427 people, about 251 people fled to family or relatives’ places and about 2176 people fled to three camps in Kecamatan Sawangan i.e. at the secondary school building of SMPN 1 Sawangan about 1000 people and the rest are at the Mosque in Tlatar and at Nglangon field. Yet, there are some people staying at the village to monitor the condition, they are some village officers and members of village emergency response team.

Food items and health, which are mostly met by the local government, for the displaced people at the evacuation sites are considered adequate. Yet, the people at SMPN 1 Sawangan stated to have lack of clean water for sanitation. We need to have further assessment to measure how far the needs are met.

There was rumor that caused restlessness among the displaced people spread. The rumor said that they will be moved to Kecamatan Cepogo and Kecamatan Ampel, still in Kabupaten Boyolali. This rumor caused many displaced people packed their stuffs and got ready to move.

Desa Klakah and Desa Jrakah, Kecamatan Selo.

There are about 4000 people from these two villages fled to Selo field, an evacuation site at Kecamatan Selo. Part of the people from these villages also fled to slope of Mount Merbabu and to Desa Bangunrejo, still in Kecamatan Selo.

Other villages in Kecamatan Selo, such as Desa Samiran, Desa Lencok and Desa Suroteleng are also in danger and its people also fled to evacuation sites.

In Kecamatan Musuk, at the Eastern side of Merapi there are Desa Sangup, Desa Jemowo, and some other villages, still in Kabupaten Boyolali. They received also vulcanic dust and sand. Parts of the villagers from Desa Sangup have fled to Desa Jemowo and Desa Sumur which are located lower than Desa Sangup.

Reported by Agnes Meiria from Solo

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Oase in Disaster - Yakkum Emergency Unit This blog is official blog of Yakkum Emergency Unit Member of ACT Alliance and Member of Humanitarian Forum of Indonesia. The contents of this blog covers the YEU's activities related to emergency responds activities in Indonesia. Currently, we are working in emergency respon in three different areas; to respond Wasior flash-flood affected people in Manokwari, West Papua, tsunami-Mentawai affected people in Mentawai, West Sumatera, and Merapi Volcano Eruption in Central Java and Yogyakarta. At the national level, we are coordinating within the network of Humanitarian Forum of Indonesia (HFI) and at the International level we're coordinating with Global Network for Disaster Reduction and ACT Alliance. Email: yeu@yeu.or.id Follow us in twitter @yeu2001 www.yeu.or.id www.actalliance.org www.humanitarianforumindonesia.org
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