As of 06:00 am today, the BNPB reported that the death toll is 102 and 95 bodies are now positively identified. The Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) team is continuously working to identify the rest of the victims. A total of 970 individuals were injured and 85,133 people displaced. Infrastructure damages are 11,668 houses, 10 government offices, 161 shophouses, 64 mosques, 16 schools, 3 markets and 50 bridges. Joint search and rescue operations are still ongoing. Identified needs are clothing and food, medical equipment and medicine, orthopaedic doctors, temporary shelter, water for hygiene and sanitation, volunteers, heavy equipment, tents for health services, medical personnel (orthopaedic surgeons, doctors and nurses proficient in administering anesthesia) clean water and water reservoirs, operation field hospital.The team of eight AHA Centre Staff and ASEAN-ERAT members has been assigned, divided accordingly and integrated with local assessment teams in Pantai Raja and Bandar Baru, Pidie Jaya. In solidarity and in the spirit of One ASEAN One Response, relief items from the Disaster Emergency Logistic System of ASEAN (DELSA) stockpile from Subang, Malaysia, were officially handed over to BNPB, yesterday, 12 December 2016.