01 April 2009

[media-sumut] Nias Earthquake 4th Anniversary, ADB providing free video, photo and print content for broadcasters and news organizations





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Attention:  Broadcasters and Editors


Nias Earthquake 4th Anniversary
ADB providing free video, photo and print content for broadcasters and news organizations


ADB is making the following content about recovery work in Nias available to news organizations and broadcasters internationally, rights- and license-free.

1.        Video News Package

Ancient Villages in Indonesia Thriving 4 Years After Massive Quake




Production date:  February 2009
Main Shooting Location: Nias, Indonesia

Main Sequences:  scenes of life in southern Nias; housing construction/ traditional homes; eminent architect Johan Silas speaks about efforts to incorporate cultural preservation in relief effort; interviews with residents of Bawogosali village.

Select Still Photos:  

     

3.        Human Interest Story:

A New Blueprint: Fusing Cultural Preservation with Disaster Relief: (excerpts) The quake cut of the village's supply lines, and with no available means of selling or buying goods, Mr. Maeli's family could not longer afford to eat well . . . . . "We had to eat anything we could find," he says, "like unripe bananas. We almost never had meat . . . . ."  ADB engaged renowned Indonesian architect Johan Silas to lead its housing reconstruction effort in Nias . . . . . "We weren't just focused on rebuilding homes, but on preserving communities, on helping to maintain these ancient villages' culture," says Mr. Silas.


For further information, please contact:          
Jason Rush, Video & Multimedia Team Manager – Media Relations, Southeast Asia
Phone: (63 2) 632-4096;         Mobile: (63) 920-938-6490;             Email:  jrush@adb.org
Ayun Sundari
External Relations Officer
Indonesia Resident Mission
Asian Development Bank
Tel (62-21) 251-2721
www.adb.org/ irm


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