Indonésie : vues aériennes d'un quartier dévasté à Palu - 11/10/2018

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Indonésie : vues aériennes d'un quartier dévasté à Palu

Indonésie : vues aériennes d'un quartier dévasté à Palu

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Bali, Indonesia - Oct 10, 2018 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)

1. Sign on building reading (English) "Annual Meetings 2018 Indonesia"

2. High Level Dialogue on Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance (DRFI) in progress

3. Screen showing theme of dialogue

Palu City, Indonesia - Oct 9, 2018 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)

4. Aerial shots of devastated neighborhood after earthquake, tsunami

5. Destroyed houses, debris, damaged vehicles

Bali, Indonesia - Oct 10, 2018 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Jim Yong Kim, president, World Bank Group:

"We help by getting financial support quickly to the people in affected areas who need it most. This is a top priority for successful disaster recovery, which is why we are investing more and more in improving countries' financial infrastructure and social safety nets so they can react quickly to shocks. Providing rapid financial assistance to households is a priority for us to safeguard human capital development."

Palu, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia - Oct 4, 2018 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)

7. Various of people scavenging through debris after tsunami

Bali, Indonesia - Oct 10, 2018 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sri Mulyani, Finance Minister, Indonesia:

"For us, how we are going to improve our Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance [Program] is how we are going to get the timely and adequate funding in order for us to be able to support all necessary institutions which is in the first hour or first day, they are there to do the emergency [work] and then they start doing recovery and rebuilding. How we can actually layering risk so that it is not going to be single financial instrument that will cover all the risks, which is impossible. So we are going to design which risks will be covered by local government, which risks to be covered by the national government, which risks should be covered by private sector or market mechanisms, and which risks can be covered by the community."

9. Various of traffic



More than 34,000 people including government officials, heads of states and business figures gathered on the Indonesian island of Bali on Wednesday ahead of the upcoming IMF and World Bank meetings.

With the meetings getting underway on Friday less than two weeks after the country was devastated by multiple earthquakes and an ensuing tsunami, one of the key discussions that Indonesia is focusing on is on how it can better finance its disaster relief programs.

At the High Level Dialogue on Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance (DRFI) on Wednesday, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said that more work is being done towards improving the financial support countries can offer in disaster relief.

"We help by getting financial support quickly to the people in affected areas who need it most. This is a top priority for successful disaster recovery, which is why we are investing more and more in improving countries' financial infrastructure and social safety nets so they can react quickly to shocks. Providing rapid financial assistance to households is a priority for us to safeguard human capital development," said Kim.

Indonesia is no stranger to natural disasters with the country sitting on the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, making it vulnerable to volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis and flooding.

Indonesia's average annual direct economic losses from disasters reportedly amounted to more than 1.4 billion U.S. dollars in the period b

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