The national and local governments, continue to lead and work together with other relevant government agencies and organizations in the disaster response operations in the most affected districts of Pidie, Pidie Jaya and Beureuen. As of 06:00 am today, the BNPB reported that the death toll remains at 101 and 93 bodies were positively identified. The Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) team is continuously working to identify the rest of the victims. A total of 857 individuals were injured and 65,064 people displaced. Infrastructure damages are 11,668 houses, 10 government offices, 161 shophouses, 64 mosques, 16 schools, 3 markets and 50 bridges. The joint search and rescue operations are still looking for survivors trapped in the rubble in the affected areas. Most of the four AHA Centre Staff and four ASEAN-ERAT members are integrated with the local BNPB Assessment Team headed by Public Works, carrying out assessments in the most affected districts of Pidie, Pidie Jaya and Beureuen. While the rest are facilitating the hand-over of 30 tonnes of DELSA stockpiles to BNPB. The second shipment from the Disaster Emergency Logistic System of ASEAN (DELSA) stockpile from Subang, Malaysia arrived yesterday, 11 December 2016 evening in Banda Aceh and are now in Pidie Jaya.