Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors

 
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors has received 13 donations
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    Construction of latrines is complete!
    By - Bill Brower - GlobalGiving Field Program Officer
    Adam LeClair, CHF Program Officer in charge of the CHF efforts in Padang, sent on an update after wrapping up their activities in the earthquake-affected region. I've attached the full report as a link and pulled out a few excerpts below. All five latrines have been completed and it sounds like they will make a real...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    GlobalGiving Toilets! Site Visit
    By - Bill Brower - GlobalGiving Field Program Officer
    Bill Brower is a Field Program Officer with GlobalGiving who is visiting our partners’ projects throughout South and Southeast Asia. On February 29th he visited the sites of two public toilets being constructed by CHF-International in Padang-Pariaman. His “Postcard” from the visit: Following the earthquake off the...
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    CHF Volunteers at the Center of Recovery in Indonesia
    By - Natalie Taggart - Communciations
    In response to the September 30th, 2009, 7.6-magnitude earthquake that struck 30 miles northwest of the Indonesian city of Padang, CHF International quickly began implementation of a transitional shelter program in several earthquake affected communities. The Building Indonesian Livelihoods and Transitional Shelter (BUILT)...
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    October 23rd
    By - Amy McCulla - Technical Officer
    Yesterday we went to the field to discuss our temporary shelter design with community members. We conducted a few focus groups and asked them to draw their ideal floor plan in the wet mud. The ground became a drawing board and discussion piece for the participants, who told us exactly how they arrange their houses. We...
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    • valh204@aol.com
      valh204@aol.com Our little rain storms and issues in life seem truley insignificant compared to drawing floor plans on a mud floor for a community housing project. Job well done.
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    October 18th
    By - Amy McCulla - Technical Officer
    Today we felt another earthquake. It is past midnight and our team is all up working to revise our project plans and to ensure that our pilot transitional shelter project gets implemented in the next few days. We've been sitting here around a dimly lit table in our bungalow-barracks since before dinner. Five laptops...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    October 15th
    By - Amy McCulla - Technical Officer
    Today we met two people who had just returned from a medical assessment where they visited some of the most remote areas of Padang Pariaman District. They looked half in shock and were approaching NGOs all over the Governor's Residence to try and find anyone who was planning to work in the devastated areas they'd assessed....
    • 5 years ago
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    • gemsmeg
      gemsmeg Some real reality for those of us in comfort! Truly very helpful work. Wish I was there to help.
      • 5 years ago
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    First Day in Padang
    By - Amy McCulla - Technical Officer
    Amy McCulla, Technical Officer in CHF International’s Health Unit, is in Padang as part of CHF’s response to the recent earthquake in Indonesia. She is working as part of an Emergency Response Team to undertake a preliminary assessment of the situation on the ground and craft CHF’s response to the disaster. These are...
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    October 12th
    By - Amy McCulla - Technical Officer
    Today our suspicions have been confirmed. During our first assessment we learned of a massive irrigation system that had been heavily damaged by the earthquake. The government-run and maintained irrigation system supplies water to the rice paddies of Pariaman, the epicenter of the quake. As rice planting time draws near in...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    October 13th
    By - Amy McCulla - Technical Officer
    Today we visited a city market that was partially destroyed by the earthquake. There were over a hundred vendors selling fruits, vegetables and fish where only a few weeks ago search and rescue missions were struggling to save lives. Market vendors have taken over most of the paved road which sits in front of the market....
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors posted a progress report
    October 14th
    By - Amy McCulla - Technical Officer
    Today we have been analyzing our field assessment data and working on the large veranda of the Governors Residence. Our team of five and many other NGO and donor teams have camped out in preparation of the coming weeks. UN agencies have set up internet access and we have stacking power cords to acomodate the few hundred...
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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  • Relief for Indonesia Earthquake Survivors has received 23 donations
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Erin Mote

Manager of Resource Development
Silver Spring , MD United States

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