Indonesian Disaster Dataset Based on Type for Technology-Based Disaster Management and Mitigation

Published: 29 February 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/pyftdypmfs.1
Erfan Wahyudi,


We present a comprehensive dataset on natural disasters in Indonesia that occurred from January 2002 to December 2022. This data was collected through a series of open reports obtained from various sources including the Regional Disaster Management Agency. Next, data consolidation and summarization were carried out using Excel. This data set consists of 12 types of disasters such as floods, landslides, floods and landslides, tidal waves / abrasion, tornadoes, droughts, forest and land fires, earthquakes, tsunamis, earthquakes and tsunamis, volcanic eruptions and climate change. as well as the number of people affected over a 21 year period in 34 provinces in Indonesia. Data regarding the number of disasters, number of victims, and infrastructure damage are also provided in this data. From a statistical point of view, disaster data in Indonesia can be used in various data processing applications for various purposes, for example, disaster mitigation planning, preparation of emergency response plans, decision or policy making, development of early warning systems, public education and awareness, impact evaluation and recovery, as well as used for other research and development purposes.



Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri


Disaster Management, Natural Disaster, Disaster Mitigation