Author Archives: Philouz

About Philouz

I was born in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. At this time, I and my family live in Bogor, West Java. I once worked for the homeless, street children, sex workers, refugees, internally displaced people and victims of natural disasters. I worked with Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Indonesia for several years in Kupang (West Timor), Namlea (Buru), and Yogyakarta (Java); also worked with Office of the United Nations Recovery Coordinator for Aceh (UNORC) in Bireuen. I have been dealing with humanitarian affairs since 1999 as I worked with Soegijapranata Social Foundation (YSS) in Yogyakarta. I met families who were homeless and poor in an urban area. Afterwards I had an opportunity to serve, to protect and to advocate refugees from East Timor by promoting durable solutions in case of repatriation, relocation and separated children cases. During the period, I have learnt a lot about man-made disaster such as social issues, violence conflict, and refuge. Currently, I work with a focus on disaster management in Indonesia. I have interest in crisis communication, incident command system, disaster response, and media relations. I invite all of you to share experiences and thoughts about various topics. It is a good opportunity to have your comments and critics on articles that I post in this media. Sharing news, experiences and thoughts is valuable in life.

DIBI


Indonesia merupakan laboratorium bencana. Kita dapat melihat setiap tahun Indonesia mengalami berbagai jenis bencana, seperti bencana hidrometeorologi dan bencana Continue reading

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Waspada Status Gunung Merapi, Gunakan Cekposisi


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Incident vs Disaster


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Insiden vs Bencana


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Pertemuan dengan Para Penyintas Rohingya


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Keep ‘Hunt’ the Tourism Business Opportunities in the Middle of Mount Agung Eruption


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Terus ‘Berburu’ Peluang Bisnis Wisata di Tengah Erupsi Gunung Agung


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