Implementation of SPA Art.22 UN CRC on Children Displaced by Natural Disaster Victims in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

Lukman Lukman, Arsyad Abd Gani, Hijril Ismail, Asbah Asbah, Junaidin Junaidin, Raden Sudarwo, Edi Edi


Role of ALIT in handling EARTHQUAKE LOMBOK, in general, during times of earthquakes, the situation that occurs in children must stay in displacement. By looking at the conditions in refugee camps that are dense, hot, the difficulty of water supply and the absence of sanitation facilities, especially waterways and MCK, the conditions of children are increasingly difficult. During the earthquake in Lombok, ALIT and its volunteer team assisted in four posts including: Paoki Rempel, Gangga sub-district, there were. In order to follow up on a number of previous programs, further forms of future activities need to be formulated which include: 1) Carry out monitoring related to social, economic and health developments in two the place of the main post located in the village of Paoki Rempel, Gangga District and Lading-lading Village, Tanjung Subdistrict periodically; 2) Exploring other potential of existing commodities to be reprocessed so as to increase their economic value in the villages of Paoki Rempel and Desa Lading-lading; 3) ALIT volunteers on duty in the field routinely provide assistance to two villages which will be prioritized, namely the villages of Paoki Rempel and Desa Lading-lading involving 8 remaining volunteers focused on three fields, education,  health and development of the creative economy; 4) Building and facilitating the formation of small teams in order to encourage policies that have a perspective on the protection of children during disasters; 5) Disseminate the results of discussions of academic texts to the empowerment ministry women,  social ministries and BNPB; 6) Maintain harmonious communication with stakeholders in the region North Lombok.


SPA Art. 22 UN CRC, Children Displaced, Natural Disaster Victims

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