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SUNDA STRAIT TSUNAMI RESPONSE 2018

On December 22, 2018, a tsunami caused by an underwater landslide on the Anak Krakatau volcano hit the coast of the Sunda Strait, affecting 5 districts in Banten and Lampung provinces of Indonesia.

Over 1,000 homes were damaged, 1,100 people injured and almost 27,000 people displaced. The volcano remains active and fears of another tsunami are high.

GlobalMedic teams and their partners are setting up point of source water purification units to provide families who are displaced with access to clean drinking water. Teams are also delivering emergency food packs.

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27,000

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1,000

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December 27, 2018 – Indonesia Tsunami Response

Our Rapid Response Team is on the ground in Western Java in response to the tsunami in the Sunda Strait on December 22…

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3 AR3 

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PURIFICATION

UNITS

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Each AR3 unit can purify 7,200L of clean drinking water per day.

2 AR10

WATER

PURIFICATION

UNITS INSTALLED

Each AR10 can purify 24,000L of water per day.

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