Indonesia Food Parcel

Indonesia Food Parcel

Over 27 million people in Indonesia live below the poverty line, a number which has been increasing at an alarming rate during recent years. Millions of Indonesians struggle to provide adequate food for their families and are forced to sleep hungry, with many asking neighbours for food or taking rotten vegetables from local markets to feed their children. A lack of sufficient nutritious food often leads to other health problems, some of which can be life-threatening.

Crisis Aid Indonesia actively supports vulnerable families by distributing nutritious food parcels.

You can help feed a needy family for as little as £25

Items typically included in a food parcel for a family of five consists of:

Cooking Oil (2 litres), Sugar (1kg), Salt (1kg), Flour (1kg), Eggs (30), Canned Fish (3 cans), Canned Milk (2 cans), Instant Noodles (10 packs), Tea (25 bags), Chocolate Biscuits for Children (1 pack), Rice (15kg)

“We feed you only for the countenance of Allah. We wish not from you reward or gratitude.”
(Surah al-Insaan 76:9)