Tragedi Tsunami 26/12/2004 [dalam kenangan...]Post Last Edit by Syd at 28-12-2009 12:25
KOMBINASI gambar menunjukkan perubahan ketara yang wujud di Aceh Besar dari segi pembangunan semula kediaman penduduk, dua tahun selepas bencana tsunami melanda kawasan berkenaan. - AFP.
Dalam seminggu lagi rakyat Aceh akan memperingati ulang tahun kedua bencana tsunami yang melanda wilayah itu.
Sepanjang tempoh yang sukar ini, penduduk Aceh menjalani kehidupan seharian seperti biasa walaupun dalam keadaan serba kekurangan.
Jika Aceh merupakan sebuah bandar hantu selepas tsunami melanda pada 26 Disember 2004, kini wilayah tersebut bernyawa semula.
Pelbagai projek pembangunan semula seperti pembinaan kediaman baru untuk penduduk yang terjejas teruk akibat tsunami telah dilaksanakan oleh kerajaan sebagai langkah meringankan penderitaan penduduk.
[ Last edited by amazed at 27-12-2008 04:43 PM ] alhamdulillahh.. Originally posted by Syd at 19/12/06 09:47 AM
KOMBINASI gambar menunjukkan perubahan ketara yang wujud di Aceh Besar dari segi pembangunan ...
wah.. byk nye rumah dekat masjid tuh. kang kalo tsunami lagi.. senang sket nak lari masuk masjid. :lebai:
The western coastal areas of Aceh, including the cities of Banda Aceh, Calang, and Meulaboh, were among the areas hardest-hit by the tsunami resulting from the Indian Ocean earthquake on December 26, 2004. While estimates vary, approximately 230,000 people were killed by the earthquake and tsunami in Aceh, and about 500,000 were left homeless. The tragedy of the tsunami was further compounded on March 26th when a second off-shore earthquake measuring 8.7 on the Richter scale struck the sea bed between the islands of Simeulue in Aceh and Nias in North Sumatra. This second quake killed a further 905 people on Nias and Simeulue, displaced tens of thousands more and caused the tsunami response to be expanded to include Nias.
The population of Aceh before Dec 2004 tsunami was 4,271,000 (2004). The population now is 4,031,589 (as September 15, 2005), almost 2% of the Indonesian population.
As of February 2006, more than a year after the tsunami, a large number of people are still living in barrack-style temporary living centers (TLC) or tents. Reconstruction is visible everywhere, but due to the sheer scale of the disaster, logistical issues, and the lack of funding, progress is slow.
The ramifications of the tsunami went beyond the immediate impact the lives and infrastructure of the Acehnese living on the coast. Since the disaster, the Acehnese rebel movement GAM, which had been fighting for independence against the Indonesian authorities for 29 years, has signed a peace deal (August 15th 2005). The perception that the tsunami was punishment for insufficient piety in this proudly Muslim province is partly behind the increased emphasis on the importance of religion post-tsunami. This has been most obvious in the increased implementation of Syariah law, including the introduction of the controversial 'WH' or Syariah police. As homes are being built and people's basic needs are met, the people are also looking to improve the quality of education, increase tourism, and develop responsible, sustainable industry. Well-qualified educators are in high demand in Aceh.
While parts of Banda Aceh, the capital, were unscathed, the areas closest to the water, especially the areas of Kampung Jawa and Meuraxa, were completely destroyed. Most of the rest of the western coast was severely damaged, and many towns completely disappeared. Other towns on Aceh's west coast hit by the disaster include Leupung, Lamno, Patek, Calang, Teunom, and the island of Simeulue. Affected or destroyed towns on the region's north & east coast include Pidie, Samalanga, and Lhokseumawe.
The area is slowly being rebuilt after the disaster. The government initially proposed the creation of a two-kilometer buffer zone along low-lying coastal areas, within which permanent construction is not permitted. This proposal was unpopular among some local inhabitants and proved impractical in most situations, especially fishing families that are dependent on living near to the sea.
Most of the reconstruction work is being performed by local people using a mix of traditional methods and partial prefabricated structures, with funding coming from many international organizations and individuals, governments, and the people themselves. Comparative imagery overview of area of Bandah Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia, pre- and post-tsunami.
link: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/indonesia/aceh-andaman-tsunami-imagery.htm 26hb ni kan?
sampai sekarang mereka tinggal dalam kanvas. Sampe sekarang belum semua tertangani, terutama di daerah2 terpencil Sedih tgk yg kehilangan ahli keluarga, anak2 kecil yg jd yatim piatu...... Saintis ramal sebahagian Sumatera lenyap
PADANG: Sekumpulan saintis dunia meramalkan kejadian tsunami baru akibat gempa bumi kuat dalam masa 30 tahun lagi bakal meragut sehingga 60,000 nyawa di Indonesia selain melenyapkan sebahagian besar pesisiran pantai Sumatera.
Kawasan itu kini didiami kira-kira 900,000 penduduk. Pakar geologi Amerika Syarikat yang disegani, Kerry Sieh dan sekumpulan penyelidik lain membuat kesimpulan membimbangkan itu selepas mengkaji keadaan gelinciran di kawasan terbabit selepas gempa bumi besar 9.3 pada skala Richter yang mencetuskan tsunami atau ombak besar di Asia pada 26 Disember 2004.
Pendapatnya turut dikongsi bersama saintis universiti dan institusi kerajaan lain.
“Gelinciran yang terbentuk di pesisiran pantai barat Sumatera sepanjang 200 kilometer itu juga menjadi titik pertembungan kerangka tektonik Eropah-Asia dan Pasifik yang saling menolak sejak bertahun-tahun lalu, menyebabkan pembentukan tekanan, teringat dulu terkejut gile
i was at my fren's place (dia dok hostel...so xde internet kaedahnya)
so that night kitorg kuar gi this one book store nk baca online news+cek mails
terus terbaca psal tsunami nie..terkejut giler
terus kol family kt kampung
alih2....dah 2 tahun yer berlalu
rase mcm br jer lepas ADA SESAPER NONTO HBO SLM TAK? TSUNAMI,AFTER MATH
Reply #11 candiew's postTerlupa nak tgk.....ade sesape tgk tak? Originally posted by Syd at 19-12-2006 09:47 AM
KOMBINASI gambar menunjukkan perubahan ketara yang wujud di Aceh Besar dari segi pembangunan ...
rumah bumbung warna merah tuh tak silap aku dibina oleh pihak malaysia ker..?? Indonesia peringati 4 tahun tragedi tsunami
MEULABOH: Indonesia hari ini memperingati empat tahun berlalunya tsunami, dengan mengadakan solat hajat beramai-ramai selepas negara itu landa malapetaka paling dashyat di dunia.
Kejadian itu mengorbankan lebih 168,000 orang selepas ombak sebesar bangunan memusnahkan Pulau Nias, di Wilayah Aceh, kawasan paling teruk dilanda tsunami.
Ribuan penduduk Aceh berkumpul di sebuah pangkalan tentera di pekan Meulaboh, kawasan paling teruk musnah dengan mengadakan solat dan aktiviti keagamaan lain.
¡°Empat tahun berlalunya tsunami mempunyai makna yang begitu mendalam kerana di sinilah kami menyaksikan ombak besar melanda Aceh," kata Ketua Kerajaan Ramli Mansur.
¡°Kami di sini untuk mendokan mereka yang terkorban dan juga berdoa agar kami terus diberi kekuatan untuk memulihkan semula Aceh," katanya.
Sembahyang hajat juga diadakan di masjid di seluruh wilayah berkenaan, termasuk di kubur besar di nama mangsa tsunami dikebumikan di tengah ibu negeri Banda Aceh.
Indonesia juga mengadakan majlis memperingati tragesi itu di Sulawesi, termasuk di Manado yang dihadiri Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, lapor agensi berita Antara.
Bencana pada 2004 itu menyaksikan lebih 220,000 maut, termasuk di Sri Lanka, Thailand dan India.
Lebih AS$7.2 bilion bantuan kemanusiaan disalurkan ke Aceh dan Nias dalam masa sebulah selepas tsunami. - AFP Aceh mula pulih
GAMBAR Banda Aceh dirakam 5 Januari 2005 menunjukkan
kerosakan teruk akibat tsunami yang turut mengorbankan
lebih 170,000 nyawa.
BANDAR ACEH - Usaha pemulihan di beberapa bahagian negara Asia yang teruk terjejas akibat tsunami empat tahun lalu masih belum menyeluruh.
Kerja-kerja membina semula Aceh dan Pulau Nias iaitu dua wilayah yang ranap akibat gempa bumi serta tsunami pada 26 Disember 2004 sudah mula menunjukkan perubahan.
Beberapa pegawai tempatan memberitahu, jumlah rumah yang dibina semula di dua kawasan tersebut kini jauh melebihi keperluan di mana terdapat penduduk yang mengambil kesempatan untuk mengaut keuntungan dengan menyewakan rumah mereka.
Agensi pembinaan semula Aceh-Nias (BRR) memberitahu, pihak berkuasa sudah membelanjakan sekitar AS$6.7 bilion (RM23.2 bilion) daripada dana bantuan berjumlah AS$7.2 bilion (RM24.9 bilion) bagi membina hampir 125,000 buah rumah dan infrastruktur seperti sekolah, jalan raya dan jambatan.
Bagaimanapun, keadaan sebaliknya berlaku di Sri Lanka apabila perang berterusan antara gerila Tamil dan kerajaan menjejaskan usaha membangunkan semula kawasan-kawasan yang musnah di rantau tersebut.
KAWASAN perumahan yang dibangunkan semula di Lambung
susulan gempa bumi dan tsunami.
Sehingga hari ini masih terdapat 10,000 rakyat negara Sri Lanka yang tinggal di kem-kem sementara. Sebanyak 31,000 penduduk negara itu maut akibat ombak besar tsunami.
Di Thailand di mana 5,400 orang terbunuh - separuh dari mereka pelancong asing usaha memulihkan sektor pelancongan mula menampakkan hasil tetapi dijejaskan oleh pergelutan politik yang berlanjutan.
Beberapa pertubuhan juga menyatakan usaha pemulihan di Malaysia yang merekodkan 68 korban nyawa berhadapan kelewatan tetapi ia berjaya diselesaikan.
Menurut mereka, keadaan itu menyebabkan terdapat rumah yang dibina bagi mangsa-mangsa tsunami berada pada kualiti kurang memuaskan. - AFP Kenangan....
Sebahagian mangsa tsunami memohon doa di bawah kapal
yang tersangkut di bumbung sebuah rumah di Kampung
Lampulo, Banda Acheh semalam. 2008/12/27
Remembering tsunami 2004
Two unidentified estern tourists spend a quiet moment on Patong
beach, Phuket, which was hit by the tsunami, Thailand .
MEULABOH (Indonesia): Nations across Asia marked four years since the deadly Indian Ocean tsunami yesterday with prayers and remembrances.
http://nst.com.my/Saturday/Frontpage/2437492/insidepix2?display=xsmallA woman praying at a mosque in Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
http://nst.com.my/Saturday/Frontpage/2437492/insidepix3?display=xsmallResidents gather for a praying at a wrecked house on which a boat was left after the 2004 tsunami in Lampulo village, Banda Aceh, , Indonesia yesterday. ¡ª Agency pictures
Thousands gathered in fields, on beaches and by mass graves to commemorate the disaster that killed around 220,000 people when walls of water smashed into coastal communities across the region.
In Indonesia, Aceh was the hardest-hit region with at least 168,000 killed.
Thousands of people gathered in the shattered remains of a military base here yesterday for a sombre prayer ceremony.
"The four-year anniversary of the tsunami holds deep meaning, because right here we witnessed the first place the waters of the tsunami came into Aceh," local government head Ramli Mansur told the crowd.
"We are here to remember the martyrs who were killed in the tsunami and to give us momentum to rebuild a better Aceh," he said.
"I came here to remember my beloved mother, my son and my brothers and sisters who were killed in the tsunami," said Sariani, a teary 20-year-old street seller.
In Sri Lanka, the country that suffered the second highest death toll from the tsunami, the government asked people to observe two minutes of silence in memory of the victims.
Religious services were held across the island's coastline for the estimated 31,000 people who died in the disaster.
In Thailand, where 5,400 people were killed, half of them foreign tourists, hundreds of people gathered along the country's southwest coast to place wreaths, float lanterns and release sea turtles to commemorate the disaster.
In the tourist hotspot of Phuket, around 1,000 residents and tourists gathered on the main Patong beach, with other events held elsewhere on the island.
Reply #3 adieha's postKat keliling masjid tu semua rumah...tapi sebab binaan tak kukuh...kena sapu le....
Reply #18 alphawolf's postMemang rumah keliling mesjid tepi pantai tu rata2 hancur-hancur belaka.
Tetapi terdapat juga rumah sesebuah yg bersekelompok dengan rumah yg hancur berkecai di sekelilingnya,..
...bukan tanah tinggi, tiada benteng dan sebagainya, tidak terjejas langsung. Hairan.
Adakalanya situasi yg berlaku memang menjangkaui batas logik dan sains. banda aceh dh membngun kmbali skrg ni..bapak n ibu mertua aku baru ja pulang dr aceh n akn pergi lg awal bulan januari ni.. masih teringat peristiwa ombak sunami melanda pantai merdeka kota kuala muda kedah ketika kami sekeluarga berkelah kat situ..
syukur ke hadrat Allah kerana ombak sunami itu tidak tinggi kalau ombak setinggi pokok kelapa dah lama orang kat pantai tu arwah dah...:'( ni tgk berita kat bernama tv
ada citer pasal rizal shahputra yang terselamat dulu..
tragis kisah dia nih..tak sangka panjang umor dia..
wahhh gemuk macho ensem laa dia skrg..
speaking omputeh pung hebat gak.. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/photo.cms?msid=982212
Rizal waved to a passing cargo ship
Tsunami man survives week at sea
Rizal Shahputra stands on the tree branches and waves to a cargo ship after being spotted by the crew of a container vessel, Monday, Jan. 3, 2005.
An Indonesian man has been found floating on tree branches in the Indian Ocean, eight days after a devastating tsunami struck the region.
Rizal Shahputra, 23, said he was initially swept out to sea with other survivors and family members, but that one by one they drowned.
He was rescued on Monday by a passing container vessel.
He was taken to Malaysia where officials said he was in good condition - he survived eating floating coconuts.
Rizal said he was cleaning a mosque in Banda Aceh on the northern tip of Sumatra on 26 December when the tsunami struck. Children ran in to warn him, but he was swept out to sea, along with several other people.
"At first, there were some friends with me," Rizal told reporters. "After a few days, they were gone... I saw bodies left and right."
He drank rainwater, and ate coconuts, which he reportedly cracked open with a doorknob.
Rizal said at least one ship sailed by without noticing him before the MV Durban Bridge spotted him, 160km (100 miles) from Banda Aceh.
Huang Wen Feng, a crew member of the ship, said he was "very, very surprised" to see Rizal standing on his wood debris on Monday.
"He was shouting at us. I couldn't believe it," he said.
The Japanese-owned ship, which was returning to Malaysia from South Africa, took Rizal to the Malaysian port of Port Klang, where he arrived on Wednesday.
He was taken to hospital, weak and in shock, and having sustained some cuts to his legs.
His survival follows that of a woman, also from Aceh, who was found in the sea on Friday. She had fish bites to her legs, and had survived on fruit from the palm tree she was clinging to. http://thestar.com.my/archives/2005/1/6/nation/rizal.jpg
Tsunami Survivor Rizal Shahputra
Doing Fine In Malaysia
By Stephen Ng
Hardly two years have passed, and with memories of the tsunami that obliterated his hometown of Calang, southwest of Aceh, still fresh on his mind, Rizal Shahputra is saddened by yet another tsunami that hit the Java coast of Indonesia, leaving hundreds of people dead and scores of others still reported missing.
Speaking in English, the 21-year-old Rizal empathised with the families of the victims. "Why does it have to happen again to my countrymen?" he asked, fretting over the latest
tsunami that hit the town of Pangandaran on Monday.
"I know of only one friend, Jony from Jakarta, whom I met when he visited Aceh a few years ago. I managed to call him last night. It was a relief to know that he and his family are safe. For the rest of the victims, I pray for them and their families."
Rizal made international headlines when he was found afloat in the sea, clinging steadfastly onto a log for nine days and eight nights before he was miraculously rescued by a passing cargo ship from the Straits of Malacca in January 2005.
After his recovery, Rizal was officially "adopted" on humanitarian grounds to study English
language at University College Sedaya International (UCSI) here.
His progress to Level 3 in the Certificate in English programme has been described as
"promising" by lecturers and senior administrators of the private university.
At UCSI, where he attends English lessons with classmates of some 10 different nationalities, Rizal is doing fine. In his spare time, he works as a gymnasium trainer for a small allowance.
Described as an active participant and an avid learner by his favourite English language
teacher, Carrie Baber, Rizal's progress has been encouraging.
"He is adjusting fine. As a simple village boy, with little or almost no exposure to the outside world, Rizal is getting a lot of good exposure from his friends all over the world," said Baber.
"He has also expressed a lot more independence in his learning besides having a lot of
convictions and would not hesitate to offer his opinions. We have enjoyed his good sense of humour."
There was once when the eloquent young Rizal disbelievingly asked his fellow student from China in simple English, "You mean you eat dog meat and snakes?" The whole class laughed. Another English teacher, Yeoh Pei Lee who had taught him English, offered
her evaluation of Rizal's performance: "Rizal is a fast learner. For things that he
does not understand, he is not shy to ask questions. Sometimes, he even volunteers information, which shows that he has a lot of initiative in learning the English language."
Although being a village boy who hardly travelled beyond his own village of Calang, Rizal
has overcome his culture shocks. Today, he is mingling well with people from different
nationalities - from as far as China, Hong Kong and Japan to countries in the Indian
subcontinent and the Middle East - who, like him, are learning English before gaining entry
into the university's various degree programmes.
For Rizal, the nightmares of the Dec. 26, 2004 tsunami which killed his parents, brothers and sisters will hopefully be erased.
UCSI's Vice President for Research and Corporate Affairs, Prof. Dr. Norfadzillah Hitam, who
had led a team of UCSI staff to help in tsunami-stricken Aceh, is hopeful that Rizal will be
able to continue into the degree programme till completion. "He is smart and very alert, and has an inquisitive mind," she said.
"We can understand the trauma that he had gone through, watching his whole family die in the tsunami killer waves when the disaster hit Aceh last year. We wanted to do something to help, and without any hesitation, the management decided to give Rizal a scholarship to study English for a year. I have every confidence he will complete this Certificate programme successfully soon and continue into a degree programme of his choice next semester", she said.
The scholarship includes free accommodation as well as part-time employment on-campus to enable him to earn some income for his personal expenses.
Dr. Norfadzillah said: "This is part of our social responsibility. Whatever we can do, we will
do to help. We cannot help everyone in Aceh, but even if we can help one person like Rizal to have a fresh start in life after the tsunami, we are more than happy."
The Indonesian Deputy Chief of Mission to Malaysia, A.M. Fachir, who visited the UCSI
campus in Cheras, said that he was very grateful with UCSI's generosity in particular, and of the people of Malaysia in general.
"Given this opportunity to acquire a good education, we hope that Rizal will not disappoint
us, and that he will continue to study hard and prove himself to be a good student," he said.
"Rizal is a very fortunate one-in-a-million Acehnese who has been given this opportunity to
pursue his higher education in Malaysia and we wish him every success," Fachir added.
Rizal wants to fulfil his late father's wishes -- just one day before the tsunami hit his village, his father advised him to become a useful citizen. His plan is to pursue a degree in English and Communications.
"After that, I want to be like Carrie Baber and become an English teacher either in Medan or Aceh," he said, enthusiastically.
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