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Tuesday 7 August 2018

Save the Children and its partner organisation raise concerns for Indonesians in isolated makeshift camps on earthquake-devastated Lombok

 

Save the Children and local partner Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik (YSTC) hold grave concerns for thousands of people living in makeshift shelters in remote villages on the earthquake-devastated island of Lombok, Indonesia.

The organisation's Silverius Tasman said he had just visited parts of the island that have been cut off and are unable to access any aid.

Monday 6 August 2018

Save the Children - through local partner - responds to Indonesia earthquake as aftershocks continue

Silverius Tasman, from Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik, a partner of Save the Children in Indonesia, said:

"There were a significant number of aftershocks throughout the night so our staff on the ground are scared and traumatised - not to mention the children living on the island who have now experienced their second earthquake in a week.

"Despite the tsunami threat being removed, people are still confused and fleeing in fear. Across Lombok there is no power, which is making communications challenging.

Monday 23 February 2015

Minister of Health meets with Save the Children CEO

CEO Visit to Indonesia

The Minister of Health met Save the Children CEO, Jasmine Whitbread, in the Ministry of Health office on Wednesday morning. They discussed the work of Government of Indonesia in improving health care, especially in preventing maternal and newborn deaths in the country.

Friday 9 May 2014

World leaders must make equality their priority

New Save the Children report offers path to ending poverty in a generation

Friday 9 May 2014

Pemimpin Dunia Harus Memprioritaskan Kesetaraan

Laporan Baru Save the Children Menyajikan Jalur untuk Mengentaskan Kemiskinan dalam Sebuah Generasi

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