Gaynor Tanyang

ACE Programme Coordinator

Gaynor Tanyang is the ACE Programme Coordinator. She chose a career in the development field and has worked with non-government organisations in the fields of fisheries management and broader environment and rural development. She has also been a resource person and trainer on gender and women’s leadership development. In the last 10 years, Gaynor has been involved in emergency response and disaster management. She established her consultancy outfit and had a short learning stint as owner of a small travel agency before she worked full time at the AHA Centre. Gaynor is passionate about big ideas and finding out the small steps to achieve them..

Ferosa Arsadita

ACE Programme Training Officer

With over 5 years of experience in working with national and regional governments and organisations, Ferosa Arsadita is notable for her skills and experience in climate change, renewable energy, and disaster management. Ferosa is part of the ACE Programme Management Team and ASEAN Emergency Response and Assessment Team (ASEAN-ERAT).

Shella Ningtias

ACE Programme Assistant

Shella Ningtias is the ACE Programme Assistant. She starts her career in disaster management field since 2017. She is adding her knowledge on disaster management with participating in some humanitarian aspects, and project management training with other ACE Programme a year before. She completed her education in English. She experienced teaching English for elementary students from a small village with purpose development education for a small region. She believes about equality and prosperity life for every human being.


Agustina Tnunay

Preprepared and Response Officer – Logistics

Rina currently serves as the Preparedness and Response Officer. Prior to joining the AHA Centre, Rina worked with the World Food Programme from January 2000 to June 2012 as Logistics Officer where she has served in various major disasters including Cyclone Nargis and she was also involved in the humanitarian efforts led by WFP Kabul, Afghanistan.

Lawrence Anthony Dimailig

Assistant Director for Disaster Monitoring & Analysis

LA has over seven years of experience in Humanitarian Information Management. His expertise include Disaster Information Management Systems, Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing, Machine Learning, and Emergency Terrestrial and Satellite Telecommunications. LA has been deployed to a number of disaster response operations in Indonesia, Lao PDR, and the Philippines. He is in the roster of UNDAC. When he is not responding to disasters, you can find LA in the great outdoors doing what he loves – freediving, mountaineering, surfing, camping, stargazing, and drinking beer.

Risdianto Irawan

Information Communications and Technology (ICT)

Risdi has 12 years of experiences in Information and Technology (ICT) including managing multi-year ICT Projects, ICT strategic planning and design, T4D (technology for development), T4E (technology for emergency), enterprise architecture, website and application development. He was worked with both inter-governmental organisations, international and local NGOs and local government on ICT.

Rivatus Sovia

Training Assistant for ASEAN Emergency Response and Assessment Team
(ASEAN-ERAT) Transformation Project

Sovi provides comprehensive support in the management of the ERAT Project – in planning, coordinating, implementing, facilitating, reporting, down to the details of administrative, financial and logistical support. Sovi started her career as a Project Secretary at Japan International Cooperation Agency for landslide and flood project. She is currently continuing her study majoring in Business Management.



Mr. Henrikus Adi Hernanto,
National Disaster Management Authority of Indonesia (BNPB) Indonesia (Batch 4)

“The ACE Programme has helped me a lot to become an effective leader by providing on-the-job training and capacity building. It allows me to acquire professional experience on disaster management as well as providing a platform to form a strong network with other ACE Programme colleagues for strengthening future regional cooperation. I am using the new knowledge and skills in my organisation by helping my superiors and director in decision making and supporting them on technical matters during meetings both in national and international cooperation work.”