This page is dedicated by RDI to record the knowledge management
regarding the disastrous earthquakes that have hit the Island of
Lombok (known as Lombok Earthquakes), inflicting fatalities, injuries,
and damages to the island and its inhabitants. Thanks to our on-site
partners involved in the region, we are provided with a steady stream
of data, which we attempt to process and elaborate on, in order to
inform readers about relief efforts, damages to the communities, city
and districts, along with the rehabilitation and rebuilding
assessments and current progress.
It is hoped that our findings could bring light to how various public sectors are affected, the immediate needs of those who are currently displaced, how to mitigate and reduce the impact of disaster in the future, and what we need to be aware of in an emergency response setting. The findings will be published on our website as additional information for individuals and institutions that are involved in the earthquake relief and response efforts.
Figure 1. An updated list of educational infrastructure affected (Satuan Pendidikan Aman Bencana, 2018)On August 19th, 2018, the Island of Lombok was again hit by not one, but two significantly large...Read More
Figure 1. The Recorded Aftershocks in Lombok Island (BMKG, 2018). It has been 5 days since the last major earthquake rocked cities and municipalities in Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara, with a magni...Read More
Picture 1. Damaged Mosque in Lombok (Sutopo_PN, 2018)August 5, 2018 at 18.46 AM emergency phase was enforced. A 7 SR earthquake hit West Nusa Tenggara. Its epicenter located at 18 km northeast t...Read More