Women Entrepreneurs Build Local Economies in Indonesia
Savings groups and kitchen gardens help strengthen resilience of communities after natural disasters.
Improving Emergency Preparedness in Indonesia
Residents of the disaster-prone Ring of Fire create early warning systems, learn first aid techniques and use various approaches to help mitigate the effects of emergencies.
Sorghum Raises Health and Income in Indonesia
A hardy crop that resists damage from harsh weather, helps yield better harvests and tastes great in cookies.
New Gardening Techniques Buoy Indonesian Families
Demonstration plots and kitchen gardens offer a sustainable food source for home use and income through sales of surplus produce.
Cash Grants Offer Flexibility in Disaster Recovery
"My children are why I keep surviving and working."
Agus Nundi was out fishing when the deadliest earthquake of 2018 struck Indonesia’s Minahasa Peninsula. This was followed by a powerful tsunami that surprised even...
Indonesia Tsunami Survivor Describes Loss
CRS and local Church partners bring critical aid to some of the most vulnerable on the hard-hit island of Sulawesi.
Planning for the Future Now
Farmers are extremely dependent on the climate. Erratic rainfall and unpredictable weather events can be the difference between a successful crop and a failure. The SAfER project (Sustainable Agriculture for Enhanced Resilience) helps farmers in Indonesia plan for the unexpected.