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Despite facing the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the aftermath of a tsunami, with connections to capital and local markets, people in Indonesia were able to improve their livelihoods.
9 month pregnant Citra describes the situation as the Indonesia earthquake hit in September 2018
More than 330,000 survivors lost their homes after the Indonesia earthquake and were forced to live in makeshift tents
64 year old hasna single-handedly supports her family of 6. On 28 September their home was destroyed by the Indonesia earthquake
“What we have witnessed since Friday is horrifying”, says Rini Haris, a 37 year old mother of two who lives in Palu, the densely populated city in the north central part of the island Sulawesi in Indonesia.
A former CARE Indonesia staff member tells us of the horror experienced by the people in Indonesia, just days after a 7.5 magnitude earthquake and a massive tsunami devastated the island of Sulawesi.
Dewi Hanifah will be sleeping in a tent tonight.
CARE staff reports from impacted area, where more than 23,000 people have been affected and over 100 died.