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Question by ellieee .: When Mount Gamkonora erupted, How did the Country deal with it?
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Was is a quick or slow event?
How did the country deal with it?
How much damage did it make ??
Answer by David D
Mount Gamkonora, located in West Halmahera, North Maluku, about 2,700 kilometres northeast of Jakarta, was placed on a level four alert last Monday, which is the top warning signal for volcanic eruptions. The first eruption occurred Tuesday (10 July 2007) at 14:50 hrs East Indonesian time, spewing towering columns of ash and smoke, and spitting out rocks and showers of sparks. According to the provincial executing unit for disaster management (SATKORLAK), there have been several eruptions since.
No casualties or damages have been reported, but authorities have placed the highest alert level on the forest-clad volcano since Sunday. After a slowdown in volcanic activities on 12 July, five volcanic quakes shook the area on 13 July, sending ash over an area six km from the crater.
More than 9,000 people have been evacuated from an area surrounding Mount Gamkonora. The evacuees are staying in tents provided by local army and police authorities. The government has sent food, tents, blankets and mats for the evacuees. Indonesia has the highest number of active volcanoes of any country, sitting on a belt of intense volcanic and seismic activity known as the “Pacific Ring of Fire”.
According to the national coordination board for disaster management (BAKORNAS), SATKORLAK of North Maluku Province and other agencies working in Maluku, the local government is helping with the evacuation of villagers. It has provided six tons of rice, 13 platoon tents, 100 plastic sheets, ten latrines, one mobile truck for water supply, 50 boxes of instant noodles, etc.
Indonesian Red Cross Society (Palang Merah Indonesia, PMI) has deployed 30 volunteers from the North Maluku chapter. These volunteers, jointly with the local government, have set up five field kitchens at the temporary shelters in West Halmahera, where PMI does not have a branch office. The field kitchens are now established in the villages of Goal, Tosoa, Togola, Wayoli and Tongute Ternate.
The PMI headquarters has provided operational costs of the field kitchens and sent 10,000 masks and 1,000 medicines to North Maluku for immediate distributions. In addition, it has made contingency arrangements for relief items by placing 2,000 hygiene kits and an additional 10,000 masks in Manado, North Sulawesi, the closest neighbouring chapter from North Maluku.
The evacuated residents were allowed to return to their homes, none of which had incurred any damage. No casualties or injuries were reported following the volcanic activity, but some residents complained of breathing problems due to high levels of ash in the air.
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