Spread across thousands of islands between Asia and Australia and despite being prone to man-made and natural disasters — including earthquakes, flooding and drought — Indonesia has Southeast Asia's biggest economy. While it is largely a prosperous country, Indonesia has an alarming set of social and economic disparities, with many regions experiencing acute malnutrition, unemployment, chronic food insecurity and outright poverty.
What we are doing
Present in Indonesia since 1997, we continue to address Indonesia’s water, sanitation and nutritional woes. Our objectives are to continue helping communities and government institutions improve their management of acute malnutrition, prepare for natural disasters, and develop effective emergency planning to reduce their risk from natural disasters and climate change.