Multi Hazard Risk Index:
The Multi Hazard Risk index assesses the likelihood of losses or disruptions to a country’s normal function due to the interaction between exposure to multiple hazards (tropical cyclone winds, earthquake, flood and tsunami), socioeconomic vulnerability, and coping capacityIndonesia ranks 24 out of 164 countries assessed for Multi Hazard Risk. Indonesia has a Multi Hazard Risk higher than 76% of countries assessed. This indicates that Indonesia has a medium likelihood of loss and/or disruption to normal function if exposed to a hazard.Lowest Risk (0)IndonesiaAustraliaBrazilChinaRussiaNigeriaUnited StatesHighest Risk (1)
Lack of Resilience Index:
The Lack of Resilience Index assesses the susceptibility to impact and the short-term inability to absorb, respond to, and recover from disruptions to a country’s normal function.
Indonesia ranks 71 out of 164 countries assessed for Lack of Resilience. Indonesia is less resilient than 57% of countries assessed. This indicates that Indonesia has medium susceptibility to negative impacts, and is less able to respond to and recover from a disruption to normal function.