Donation Appeal

Support Emergency Preparedness Kits

  • Indonesia
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Target : IDR 500,000,000

About Appeal

Support Emergency Preparedness Kits

Indonesia is prone to disaster. Report from Indonesian Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) shows that last year, 2.175 natural disaster affected Indonesia that caused 335 people died and displaced 3.22 million people from home.
In time of disaster, children are vulnerable to being separated from their families, starting school late, experiencing an enduring psychological impact. Also, risk of dropping out of school is a significant problem when children have no option but to live in evacuation camps in an unpredictable period time of emergency.
Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik partner of Save the Children will do whatever it takes to reach out for children when crisis strikes. Our team will directly deliver first aids, build them shelter to protect them, and so forth. We do maximum effort to make sure that children affected by disaster are safe.
Most importantly, we want to make sure that children are supported in their recovery and become resilient. We deploy child-friendly facilitator to conduct child-friendly space program in evacuation camps. We understand that moral support is what they need when they are being vulnerable due to crisis.
Support us to reach out children to give them help and protection when they urgently need.
Here’s how you can help:
IDR 100.000
You will help 1 child to remain going to school by giving them school bags and study kits.

IDR 200.000
You will bring joy to children at evacuation camps. You give them moral support by conducting Child Friendly Space at their camps where they can draw, read books and do other fun activities to heal them from distressing event.

IDR 300.000
You will help one whole school affected by disaster by providing them school kits for students and teacher-kits for teachers. Also, you support them with physcho-social first aid training for teachers to support both children and teachers who experience traumatic event.

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