Relief for Natural Disaster Victims In Indonesia

 
$7,183
$87,817
Raised
Remaining
Mar 3, 2011

Refugees is still waiting for assistance

Refugee barrack in Cangkringan Sleman Yogyakarta
Refugee barrack in Cangkringan Sleman Yogyakarta

We have received a budget of $ 3,449. This budget has been used for relief food and drinks for displaced victims of the eruption of Mount Merapi in Cangkringan Sleman Yogyakarta.
Sri one of the refugees said that food aid is very meaningful for refugees Mount Merapi as of late relief was rarely come, while we need to eat and drink every day, because we do not have a permanent job.
From the results of our interviews with refugees that actually want refugees life skills programs and venture capital, so that refugees can have a job anymore, because their houses, livestock, rice fields, gardens and their efforts before have all been destroyed by the eruption of Mount Merapi. Now the refugees have started a new life with a temporary home provided by the Government. While their house has been destroyed and is no longer to be occupied or repaired because the Government has banned for not staying about 20 kilometers from Mount Merapi.
In addition, the refugees also expect the existence of a free education for their children so their children also can get free education such as tutoring, TPA, computer learning, learn English and a place to play together in the barracks.
We hope to GlobalGiving donors to continue to provide assistance so that our lives can be better.
We extend our gratitude to the donors GlobalGiving for any help.

Aminah looking for firewood to be sold again
Aminah looking for firewood to be sold again
Provision of food aid
Provision of food aid
20 kilometers there are no more houses and trees
20 kilometers there are no more houses and trees
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Project Leader

Andi Asriadi Rauf

Leader of Puspem Foundation
Bogor, West Java Indonesia

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