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Project ID:00081546Description:Mount Merapi
Indonesia Disaster Recovery TF
Start Date *: 8 Feb 2012
Indonesia TF Disaster Recovery
End Date*: 30 Jun 2014
Country: Indonesia Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

The IMDFF-DR has requested UNDP, FAO and IOM to develop the joint programme to support the recovery process in Central Java and Yogyakarta. FAO will focus on agricultural livelihoods recovery with support from IOM and UNDP on value chain analysis, IOM will focus on undertaking DRR at the community level, and UNDP will focus on supporting the capacity strengthening on local governance to ensure a strong recovery coordination and programming. The three agencies will attempt to contribute to the post-disaster recovery programmes in Yogyakarta and Central Java by complementing the government programmes as outlined in the RENAKSI, and will focus on the following specific areas:

  •  Livelihoods recovery:

 The main strategy for sustainable livelihoods recovery will include restoring Agriculture, strengthening micro to small enterprises (MSE), and fostering value chain approach in selection of local products for development. Given the limited resources, the focus of the joint programme will be to provide a catalytic effect, by piloting the strategy and approaches before leveraging them as a model for other regions. The joint programme will employ a participatory approach by directly engaging the impacted communities;

  • Disaster Risk Reduction:

DRR principles will be mainstreamed within the livelihoods recovery aspects of the programme to ensure that the impacted communities as well as other stakeholders are mindful of the potential risks associated with Merapi related hazard and thereby adopt relevant strategies to reduce future risks through livelihoods activities. This will be complemented by special support provided to impacted communities, local DRR forum, and local government to ensure the common understanding on DRR and relevant implementation strategy;

  • Capacity support:

 The joint programme will also strengthen the capacity of Local Government stakeholders to coordinate and manage recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction processes beyond the IMDFF-DR programme and in anticipation of the full implementation of the RENAKSI. This will be through capacity building and technical advice as required.

The joint programme outcome is: improved sustainable livelihoods recovery and enhanced community resilience in areas affected by the 2010 Mt Merapi eruption. This outcome will be attained through the delivery of the following outputs:

 1) Sustainable livelihoods recovery and income generation support, incorporating value chain approachfor selected commodities;

2) Strengthened capacity of local government to manage and coordinate DRR-based recovery programmes and mainstream DRR with involvement of all stakeholders; and

3) Enhanced community resilience and strengthened linkages between communities and relevant stakeholders.

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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Indonesia or the lead agency for the programme.

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