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Penabulu Market Integrated Emergency Response Central Sulawesi

Countries:
Start project:
  • 2018
Donors:
  • Kerk in Actie
Partners:
  • Yayasan Penabulu

Understanding of market-systems is believed to be an important part of emergency response. Market-systems play a central role in the lives and livelihoods of people, in supplying critical goods or services to ensure survival and protect livelihoods, both in the immediate aftermath of a disaster and in the longer term. Market assessment and analysis should form a core part of the assessment process after crises, to inform the response options analysis and program design. he market assessments should be part of the emergency needs assessment following a shock, and the results should feed into the initial response analysis which will supports the relief intervention. Market analysis is aim to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of early humanitarian actions taken to ensure people’s survival; to protect their food security and their livelihoods. Market Analysis and assessment will be conducted in Palu City, Sigi, Donggala and Parigi Mautong district. The rapid analysis will focus on: a. Market chain component b. Komponen market environments c. Komponen input/infrastruktur d. Komponen critical market The assessment and analysis on market system will be using Rapid Assessment of Markets (RAM) as the tool. This tools was developed by ICRC and International Federation of Red Cross and Red Cressnt 2014). The results of market assessment and analysis will be consulted and reported to the parties involved in relief and recovery program, especially to the national level Disaster Management Authority (BNPB) and at regional level (BPBD). Based on each stage of market assessment and analysis, the Project will provide recommendations regarding, among others: market-system information (market map and trader analysis), market alignment option, appropriate transfer mechanism cash/voucher/goods/ in-kind), local market capacity and market-based response recommendation. Emergency Relief in Sigi Biromaru sub-district and Dolo sub-district The emergency relief intervention will be: Build temporary shelters made from wood/bamboo and tarpaulin, distribution of mats, blanket and build an emergency praying place in the evacuation post Build emergency sanitation around the evacuation post and build water reservoir Build an nutrient post (pos gizi) for babies, toddler, pregnant and lactating mother Distribute the agriculture tools production and agricultural business capital to support the livelihoods recovery Build emergency school (Elementary/Junior High School/ High School) in these 2 sub-district and distribution of school equipment DRR Management and Internalization The development of economic recovery system post-disaster is important to do. This project will conduct series of training and mentoring the initial planning of the livelihoods recovery of affected people. In addition, the project will invited the community and village government (and district government) to develop a community-based disaster risk reduction framework. The activities includes the development of indicative disaster response maps, SOP for community-based disaster risk management and this will be supported with development of modules on disaster risk management based on local wisdom. In each project implementation, the staff of project will carry out routine coordination with multi stakeholders such as district government, sub-district government and BNPB

The earthquake and tsunami in Palu and Donggala caused damaged buildings (houses,public facilities and marketplace). BNPB estimates that losses due to damage after the earthquake and tsunami in Palu and Donggala exceeded 10 trillion rupiah. Penabulu will have 3 interventions:
(a) Market Analysis and Market Assessment,
(b) Emergency Relief in Sigi Biromaru and Dolo sub-district and (c) training and mentoring the initial planning of the livelihoods recovery and DRR management

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