We cordially invite you to
“CHARITY EVENING: FOR NATURAL DISASTERS IN INDONESIA”
Enghave Kirke, Sønder Boulevard 120, København V, Denmark
On Saturday, 4 December 2010
Doors open at 18:00 and dinner starts at 18:30
Buffet: DKK 250 (limited space)
See the Recorded Event on Youtube
ABOUT THE NATURAL DISASTERS IN INDONESIA
Three immense, almost concurrent natural disasters occurred on several places in Indonesia since October 2010, resulting in many casualties and heavy destruction of infrastructure in the affected areas:
1) Flash flood in Wasior, eastern Indonesian province of West Papua.
2) Earthquakes in western coast of Sumatra and tsunami in Mentawai islands.
3) Mount Merapi eruption in Central Java.
PPI-Denmark (Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia di Denmark) as a non-profit Indonesian student union in Denmark, along with Indonesian society in Denmark and DANIF, take the initiative to help those victims by selling 60 dinner coupons for a charity evening in Enghave Kirke by 4 December 2010. All the profits made from this event will be responsibly and directly forwarded to MerapiCare and Indonesian Red Cross, voluntary institutions that distribute donations to the victims of those three natural disasters.
The first disaster:Â Flood in Wasior in 6 October 2010 caused by heavy rains resulted in a river overflowing its banks, causing landslides. At least 174 people have been reported dead in the floods, 181 missing and presumably dead, and 185 people injured.Â About 11,000 survivors were evacuated. Ninety three barracks are still built in Wasior and would be completed by mid-November, and more permanent housings would be carefully planned and built in one to two years. Further reading…
Another disaster:Â Several earthquakes with magnitude 7.7 Mw occured off the western coast of Sumatra and caused a substantial localized tsunami that struck Mentawai islands in 25 October 2010 and swept as far as 600 metres inland. The disaster caused 435 people died, injured ca. 700 people, while over 100 more are still missing. It displaced more than 20,000 people, and affected about 4,000 households.Â Houses are now built for reconstruction. Further reading…
ONGOING DISASTER:Â From 26 October to 14 November 2010, Mount Merapi eruptionÂ in Central Java causes
250 275 people dead and the figure continues to rise as people with severe burns die from their injuries related to the blast. Over 350,000 people were evacuated from the area. Makeshift hospitals and public kitchens are builtd to serve the growing number of the displaced people. Schools and universities in the area were reported closed up to 120 kilometers from Merapi. Refugee camps kept relocated to secure locations, placing an added burden upon logistics and the delivery of basic needs to the displaced people. The survivors are so vulnerable to acute respiratory infection, hypertension, and headache. Many children remained separated from their parents due to the chaos of exodus. Every minute, humanitarian aids are urgently needed for the refugee camps, such as clean water, basic logistics, toilet facilities, medicine, nutrition for pregnant refugees, and daily necessities. Reconstruction and rehabilitation for Merapi disaster is still faraway, as the mountain still continuously spews ash, rock, gas and lava. Further reading….
Here is the list of updated urgent helps needed (in Indonesian language, updated every minute)
GOALS OF THE CHARITY EVENING
1) To help the victims of the natural disasters in Indonesia
2) To introduce Indonesian culture
Indonesian authentic food and beverage will be provided for free upon showing your coupon:
- Beef Rendang
- Green Bean Saute
- Eggs in West Sumatran chili sauce
- Kerupuk (Indonesian crackers)
- Indonesian corn fritters (majs frikadelle)
- Indonesian cake assortments
- Coffee and Tea
Besides the dinner, there will be Indonesian dance and music performances, performed by Indonesian dancers and musicians. Fashion show of contemporary batik by Indonesian professional models, as well as auction of several goods will also be held to raise the money. Keep your ticket, for in the end there will also be a raffle based on the number on your coupon.
– Gucci Watch !!
– Painting designed by Anita
– A nice wooden bowl
– Hot Diamonds’ Bracelet
– and many more…
Ticket can be bought via these agents:
Janti WismerÂ â€“ (email@example.com)Â Dansk Indonesisk Forening
Yati Henriksen (24 62 93 37) â€“ International Women’s Club in Copenhagen
Budi Hidayat (60 71 22 40) â€“ Copenhagen
Dhany Saputra (22 15 48 21) – Copenhagen
Bayu Anggorojati (50 15 31 83) â€“ Aalborg
You can also additionally donate the money into our account:
Nordea Bank (Reg. nr: 2273 – Account nr: 7554 207 094)
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SOME PICTURES OF MERAPI DISASTER
Mount Merapi volcano spews smoke as seen from Deles village in Klaten, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, November 1, 2010. (REUTERS/Dwi Oblo)
Lightning strikes as Mount Merapi erupts, as seen from Ketep village in Magelang, Indonesia’s Central Java province November 6, 2010. (REUTERS/Beawiharta)
Molten lava flows from the crater of Mount Merapi captured in this long exposure photograph taken from Klaten district in Central Java province late on November 2, 2010. (SONNY TUMBELAKA/AFP/Getty Images)
Mount Merapi spews lava and smoke as it erupted again on Wednesday as seen from Sidorejo village in Klaten on November 3, 2010. (REUTERS/Beawiharta)
Lava and ash spews from the top of Mount Merapi, viewed from Klaten district in Central Java province before dawn on November 6, 2010. (BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)
Houses are in flames as volunteers rescue burned victims of an eruption of Mount Merapi in Argomulyo village early on November 5, 2010. (SUSANTO/AFP/Getty Images)
Volunteers rescue burned victims of Mount Merapi eruption in Argomulyo village, devastated by deadly hot clouds of volcanic ash early on November 5, 2010. (SUSANTO/AFP/Getty Images)
Residents ride their motorcycles in Yogyakarta, blanketed by volcanic ash falling from Mount Merapi’s latest eruption early on October 30, 2010. (CLARA PRIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Residents leave a danger zone as Merapi volcano releases ash clouds above Balerante village, Klaten on November 1, 2010. (ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images)
Survivor Sri Suciratnaasri, 18, stands beside her injured sister Prisca in a hospital in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Nov. 5, 2010. The hospital at the foot of Indonesia’s most volatile volcano is struggling to cope with victims brought in after the mountain’s most powerful eruption in a century. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)
Villagers gather at the grave of the victims of Mount Merapi eruption for a mass burial at Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)
A girl weeps at a temporary shelter for those who are affected by the eruption of Mount Merapi in Bawukan, Indonesia, Friday, Nov. 5, 2010. (AP Photo/AK Hendratmo)
Refugees look out from inside a tent during rain at a temporary evacuation center set up as a result of the repeated eruptions of Mount Merapi, in Keputran village, Klaten, Central Java on November 4, 2010. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)
Volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Merapi covers a village in Muntilan, Central Java, Indonesia, Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010. (AP Photo/Trisnadi)