WHAT DO WE DO?
We provide immediate humanitarian aid among victim of natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, landslides as well as a growing number of refugees and displaced people related to regional conflicts and wars. Our humanitarian aid includes the distribution of foods, drinking water, temporary shelters and medical assistance.
Together with our overseas partner, we try the best we can to make sure our emergency relief will continue towards longer-term assistance; such as rehabilitation and recovery programs. The program includes to build a semi-permanent tent, provide a regular food pack and clean water, routine medical check up and hygienic kit to the victim of disasters. We also accommodate provision in education such as building a school in order to keep the children learning.
General Emergency Relief Fund
Our Current Appeals
West Sulawesi Earthquake Emergency Response
Only halfway through January, strong earthquakes shake West Sulawesi, causing many to lose homes and businesses. Having this natural disaster amidst the current pandemic only furthers the struggle for many.
South Kalimantan Flood Emergency Response
Human Aid Initiative strives to support those affected by the devastating Kalimantan flood.
COVID-19 Food Aid Emergency Provision
In the midst of difficulties dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic, Human Aid Initiative endeavours to support those who need food the most during this difficult time.
Together, we managed to deliver emergency relief to the victims of the flash flood in Sukabumi, West Java.
Thanks to your generous donations, our Sanitation Programme, which addresses the chronic need for public toilets and clean water in disaster-hit areas has been created.
The construction of public toilet facilities in North Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, was a response to the devastating flash flood in July 2020.
The building of these public toilets is part of the Early Recovery Response to help the local people affected by the disaster.
In the midst of difficulties dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic, Human Aid Initiative have supported frontline healthcare workers working in extremely challenging situations treating Covid-19 patients.
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> Click here to read about our first provisions in West and Central Java
A sudden earthquake shook Sukabumi causing several houses to be in ruins. Human Aid Initiative carried out a project to provide victims with with food, water, tents and blankets.
The Human Initiative Emergency Response Team responded quickly to this incident by sending personnel to the field. The team coordinated with local government to conduct a rapid assessment and plan to establish a water kitchen post.
As of 11th March 2020, our partners in Indonesia have established a water kitchen for refugees in Jayanegara, Kec. Kabandungan, Sukabumi, West Java.
Human Aid Initiative with our overseas partner aimed to comfort the victims of the recent flood through distributing clean water, food packages, hygiene kits as well as healthcare and general medicine.
Our first emergency relief program was in Cox Bazaar refugee camp, Bangladesh in December 2017. We distributed aid which included 100 food packages and hygiene kits to Rohingya refugees.
We sent emergency response relief in September following the earthquake. We provided basic needs food packages to more than 30 families in Gunung Sari District, West Lombok and also distributed clean water for 12 consecutive days at Central Dopang Street distribution point. There were 1,300 households that benefited from this program.
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Human Aid Initiative with our overseas partner has distributed 100 food packages, hygiene kits as well as healthcare and general medicine. We have also set up temporary/emergency kitchens at some refugee points providing survivors with drinking water, baby food and basic beverages.
We have made some arrangements to distribute clean water tanks and to build emergency bathrooms for November 2018.
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