On September 29th, several hundred people were killed in a Tsunami that drove 20-foot high waves into parts of Indonesia, including a complete devastation of the island of Sulawesi.Donate Now
Indonesia Emergency Appeal
The people of Indonesia have been victims of a series of natural disasters recently. Please support us in providing life-saving services to those affected by the earthquakes and tsunami.
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The earthquake and tsunami that struck in late September are a stark reminder of Indonesia's susceptibility to natural disasters and the need for international support.
What's the death toll of the Earthquake?
Are there any reported injuries?
Are communications down?
What is needed?
Shelter is an area of key priority, as those that have been displaced desperately need protection. Along with power and communication, water has also been reported to have been cut off, making this an area of acute need. Damage to infrastructure means that sanitation facilities have been destroyed, posing dangerous risks to hygiene. Supplies are limited, particularly among those who have been displaced. The impact that the presence of these refugees will have on their new host communities and their supplies and infrastructure is yet to be established.
It cannot be overstated that the victims and survivors of this terrible tragedy are in desperate need of food, water, shelter, and medical assistance. Without these, this disaster is certain to escalate beyond measure.
How does Penny Appeal plan to respond?
We will be providing aid across a variety of areas, providing immediate relief to those in need. The exact items that we will be provided are subject to change, as providing tailored support is at the heart of the Penny Appeal ethos. As such, we will be adopting a dynamic approach to ensure that we respond appropriately to each need, and are able to adapt our support to meet the changing needs of the crisis as it develops.