Indonesia

29 April 2016

Red Cross helps flood-prone communities through traditional and modern approaches

Community members living near river basin trained in disaster preparedness to strengthen their resilience against future disasters
Heavy rain triggers floods and landslides in Indonesia
17 February 2016

Heavy rain triggers floods and landslides in Indonesia

Red Cross evacuates communities affected by severe flooding
Striving to provide protection for overseas domestic workers
5 January 2016

Striving to provide protection for overseas domestic workers

The Indonesian Red Cross has devised programmes to support a growing number of overseas domestic workers.
Red Cross continues to support haze-hit communities in Indonesia
18 November 2015

Red Cross continues to support haze-hit communities in Indonesia

Severe haze led to 21 deaths and more than 500,000 falling ill with respiratory illness
Red Cross sends aid for Mt Sinabung
6 July 2015

Red Cross sends aid for Mt Sinabung

Volcanic eruption causes over 10,000 people to flee to safer grounds.
Red Cross first on the scene after plane crash in Indonesia
1 July 2015

Red Cross first on the scene after plane crash in Indonesia

Red Cross involved in search-and-rescue and psychosocial support to others affected by the disaster.
Red Cross provides health and psychosocial services to grieving family members
31 December 2014

Red Cross provides health and psychosocial services to grieving family members

Indonesian Red Cross provides psychosocial support to grieving families following the crash of flight QZ8501
Multiple disasters displace thousands in Indonesia
22 January 2014

Multiple disasters displace thousands in Indonesia

The Indonesian Red Cross has been active in response to floods and volcanic activity.
Indonesia: Red Cross responds to 6.2-magnitude earthquake in Aceh
2 August 2013

Indonesia: Red Cross responds to 6.2-magnitude earthquake in Aceh

One month after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck Aceh Province, Indonesia, the Red Cross continues to provide support to affected communities.
Thousands leave their homes following floods in Jakarta
22 January 2013

Thousands leave their homes following floods in Jakarta

By Ahmad Husein, Senior development and communication manager, IFRC Indonesia The Indonesian Red Cross Society is assisting in the clean up after flood waters inundated parts of Jakarta, leaving 11 people dead, and the city’s transport network disrupted. Khairul Saleh, who works at the organization’s headquarters in Jakarta said his village of Rawa Buaya, Cengkareng was cut off by flood water,...
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