Vice President Jusuf Kalla said the World Bank would provide debt loans to Indonesia in the long term. This debt loan is for the recovery of areas affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Palu and Donggala, Central Sulawesi
"(Loans) That's normal, the World Bank helps or gives long-term loans. Especially in this emergency situation," the Vice President said in a statement to the media, at SIS Al-Jufrie Mutiara Airport in Palu on Friday (5/10).
The Vice President explained that the provision of loans from the World Bank to the countries affected by disasters is common. "The World Bank is responsible for helping countries whose members experience emergencies," the Vice President said.
Regarding the technicality of the long-term loan, the Vice President said the government had not discussed further. Currently the government's focus is on emergency response with a maximum of two months.
Furthermore, the government will begin the process of building temporary shelters for people who have lost their homes due to earthquakes, tsunamis and liquefaction or liquefaction of land. "There was an emergency response phase, it was about two months. Then from there we had to make a temporary shelter, barracks, all those who lost their homes. Then after that, rehabilitation, reconstruction," he said.
Rehabilitation of damaged buildings will be carried out in conjunction with the reconstruction of buildings that have collapsed and disappeared due to natural disasters. The government will also relocate people whose homes have been lost due to the construction of movable and liquefied land after the earthquake and tsunami struck on 28 September 2018.
"Yes, certainly (will be relocated). As in the Balaroa area it is impossible to build, it must be relocated," said Vice President JK.