Improve community infrastructure, health, resiliency and economic opportunities in Indonesia’s most challenging urban and coastal areas.
About half of all Indonesians live on less than a dollar a day. Employment growth has been slower than population growth. Public services remain inadequate by middle-income standards, and health indicators are poor.
- Economic opportunity: Providing technical assistance, training and financial services to microfinance institutions throughout the country
- Health: Raising awareness and supporting mothers to practice and promote exclusive breastfeeding
- Children & Youth: Addressing childhood malnutrition through healthy, affordable food carts in Jakarta
- Water: Improving sanitation and hygiene in crowded urban areas with a mobile sludge removal service
- Disaster preparedness: Identifying and mapping areas at risk and helping those communities plan, train and practice how to respond when disasters occur
- Emergency response: Maintaining a response team ready to quickly deploy and provide immediate relief to survivors during the critical first months after a disaster strikes
All stories about Indonesia
Indonesia: Hope, Optimism and Tofu Making February 13, 2007
Indonesia: Letters from Aceh February 13, 2007
Bob Seipel, a program manager for Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems Mission Systems, recently reported from Banda Aceh, Indonesia the company's internal news, Boeing News Now.
Indonesia: A Package for Little Rafli February 12, 2007
Indonesia: The Blue and Red Buckets February 12, 2007
Indonesia: Keeping Life Above Water February 6, 2007
Indonesia: Preparing for the Worst, Hoping for the Best January 12, 2007
Padang Pariaman, Indonesia - At 10:00 a.m. on a sunny morning exactly two years after the Indian Ocean tsunami, the squall from a siren defeated the noise from a bustling market. Immediately, the town's streets were choked with citizens - many of them laughing.
Indonesia: Disaster Preparedness December 20, 2006
Indonesia: Yanda's Healing Words December 20, 2006
Indonesia: Indian Ocean Tsunami: Two Years Later December 20, 2006
Throughout the tsunami-affected region, Mercy Corps is answering President Clinton's call to "build back better," having helped more than 1 million people strengthen their local economies, livelihoods and communities. Here are a few examples of Mercy Corps' work in the region:
Indonesia: Precious Seedlings December 20, 2006