BY DATA INFORMATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS CENTER
Refugees from the eruption of Mount Sinabung in regency. Karo, North Sumatra continues to grow. On Monday (09/16/2013) at 16:00 pm noted 6,259 refugee scattered in 8 points camps namely:
1. Jambur Sempakata, Jl.Jamin Ginting PLN Kabanjahe side, 2,730 Refugees.
2. Klasis GBKP, Jl. Build Kiras Kabanjahe, 590 Refugees.
3. GBKP City, Jl. Build Kiras Kabanjahe, 600 Refugees.
4. Jambur Umbrella, Jl. Tigan Derket, 420 Refugees.
5. Jambur Taras Berastagi, Jl. Jamin Ginting Berastagi, 1,574 Refugees.
6. Great Mosque, Jl. Veteran Kabanjahe intersection 3, 170 Refugees.
7. Sentrum (PPWG Kabanjahe), Jl. Saving Surbakti, 88 Refugees.
8. The Catholic Church, Jl.Irian, 87 Refugees.
Refugees in the Post Jambur Taras Berastagi will be moved to KWK Jalan Udara Berastagi.
Jambur are indigenous communities around Mount Sinabung, which is open buildings, such as the village hall or the studio which is used for community meetings, ceremonies or social activities. In Jambur, there are sanitary facilities, clean water, and other kitchen equipment. When the Mount Sinabung erupted in 2010, Jambur-Jambur in the villages can accommodate 12,000 displaced people. So there are no refugees were placed in refugee camps.
During the day, the youths fled back to her home to take care their agricultural land and livestock also cleaning their house. At night they returned to the refugee camps. The police have been deployed to guard the abandoned settlement residents to evacuate.
The urgent need now is mats, blankets, cooking utensils, family kid, baby food, fast food, and medicine (eye medicine, cough medicine, diarrhea medicine, etc.).
Translated by Henrikus Adi Hernanto