- Health: Raising awareness and supporting mothers to practice and promote exclusive breastfeeding
- Water: Improving sanitation and hygiene in crowded urban areas with a mobile sludge removal service
All stories about Indonesia
Indonesia: A video blog from Indonesia's remote Mentawai Islands July 11, 2011
Indonesia: Babies and mothers at a Mother's Support Group in Jakarta July 8, 2011
Some of the babies and mothers who attended the first Mother's Support Group in Jakarta's Cengkareng Barat neighborhood.
Indonesia: Mothers supporting mothers July 8, 2011
When my first daughter was born, none of my closest friends had children and I was living far from my mother and grandmothers. I felt alone with my questions and concerns about sleep, diapers and breast feeding so I joined a local mother’s group.
Indonesia: Teaching disaster preparedness in paradise July 4, 2011
We are in Padang, Indonesia, a city of about two million people located midway up the west coast of the island of Sumatra. It is an oil port and a surfer's paradise. It is also extremely vulnerable to earthquakes and tsunamis: a major fault line runs along the country's west coast.
Indonesia: Saving for the future, one coffee harvest at a time July 3, 2011
Indonesia: Another busy day in the world's tenth-biggest city July 2, 2011
I wasn't quite expecting to see as much of Jakarta as this. Today we met the Mercy Corps staff at their offices for a presentation of the various projects the organization is doing in Indonesia.
Indonesia: Not the typical sights of Jakarta July 1, 2011
Today was an exhausting day. Our little group of Mercy Corps staff and supporters left the hotel early to drive out to West Jakarta where we toured an urban village, for lack of a better description.
Indonesia: Water tanks in Mentawai displacement camp, Indonesia June 27, 2011
Bright orange water tanks, provided by Mercy Corps through a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, located behind the temporary shelters of a displacement camp in Indonesia's Mentawai Islands.
Indonesia: Inviting the rain June 27, 2011
In their old villages — before the earthquake and tsunami hit Indonesia's Mentawai Islands last year — people never had trouble getting fresh water. Their homes were always located close to rivers, because they knew that water is of the utmost importance.
Indonesia: Boosting disaster resilience June 22, 2011
If your family lived in a rickety shack on stilts and the waters were rising, you would hope your government had a plan. But if you were among the millions of poor people who inhabit some of the world’s most crowded and vulnerable Asian cities, there’s a good chance you’d be wrong.