Crisis in Indonesia

Due to its location on the Pacific Ring of Fire (the world’s most seismically active area), the Indonesian archipelago is one of the most disaster prone countries on this planet.

Crisis in Indonesia

Due to its location on the Pacific Ring of Fire (the world’s most seismically active area), the Indonesian archipelago is one of the most disaster-prone countries on this planet.

Indonesia Appeals

Indonesia Food Parcel

Planting Mangrove Trees

Housing for the Poor Project

Ongoing Indonesian Crisis

In January 2019, Crisis Aid opened its first ever overseas office in one of the most disaster prone and poverty-stricken countries in the world – The Republic of Indonesia.

Poverty is a major problem faced by Indonesians every day, as over 27 million people live below the poverty line, increasing at an alarming rate in recent years.  Poverty in rural as well as urban areas has a range of challenges for many poor and needy people, from insufficient food and sanitary facilities to inadequate access to education and healthcare services.

In the event of a natural disaster, our team of passionate, hardworking and dedicated staff and volunteers are ready to travel to affected areas to offer immediate and long term relief to victims of natural disaster.