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This document reports on a project intended to elaborate and test practical georisk analysis processes in Indonesia, primarily based on existing hazard and vulnerability data. It describes the methodology developed by the project at the local level (Kabupaten scale) and is aimed at delivering practical insight into the steps necessary to undertake 'natural' disaster risk assessment at Kabupaten level. It is intended to support Indonesian governmental authorities in coping with disaster risk management.
The document is arranged in sections, starting with short introductions. Each section comprises of a collection of maps representing the individual data sets and steps for the risk assessment process. It includes a brief description about the general aspects the map is showing as well as recommendations regarding mandates, roles and standards that shall help to improve and enhance the efficiency of disaster risk assessments and analysis. The data and maps of the document describe a multi-hazard/multi-risk - approach covering several hazards present in Kabupaten Ende, such as heavy rainfall, landslides and debris flows, floods and flashfloods, earthquakes, volcano and lahars, and tsunami.