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Duration2019/12/31 Severe flooding in Jakarta as well as in West Java and Banten Province has claimed at least nine lives and forced thousands of residents to flee their homes after heavy rains from the evening of 31 December 2019 to the morning of 1 January 2020 inundated both residential and commercial areas across the capital.
Country or DistrictIndonesia

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  • UNOCHA 2020/03/03
    Between 24 and 27 February, flooding has been reported in Jakarta, Karawang and Bekasi Regencies of West Java, and South Tangerang Regency of Banten. Nine people were killed and over 222,000 people were directly affected by the floods.
  • ECHO 2020/01/10
    According to the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB), as of 10 January, the death toll stands at 61 (25 in West Java, 20 in Banten and 16 in Jakarta).
  • The Jakarta Post 2020/01/04
    The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) reported that death toll due to floods and landslides in West Java, Jakarta and Banten climbed to 53 on the morning of 4 January 2020, 30 of which were in West Java.
  • IFRC 2020/01/02
    Total number of internally displaced person (IDP) in Jakarta reaches 31,232 persons, while 16 people died due to the floods (eight in Jakarta, three in Depok, two in Bogor, two in Tangerang and one in Bekasi).
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