YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU) is one of YAKKUM (Christian Foundation for Public Health) units which was established in 2001. Its core mandate is the delivery of inclusive emergency response where community participation in need assessment and relief distribution are encouraged. YEU works to articulate initiatives to build community resilience through community-led disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. By the year 2017, YEU has been assisting more than 250 villages and partnering with more than 350 community-based organizations across Indonesia.Read More
Capacity Building in Project Cycle Management and Learning through Monitoring Evaluation and Accountability “This training aims to answer the needs that we need. We hope... Read More
Conservation of the Baros Mangrove Forest as a Natural Protective Fortress for the Residents of the South Coast of Yogyakartaâ "Mangroves are very important for local resid... Read More
CLIP “Community Led Innovation Partnership” - is a partnership effort to deliver community-based innovation. CLIP aims to increase accessibility, accountability, and inclusiven... Read More
Civil Society Organizations Call for Building Sustainable Resilience From and For the Communities The Coalition of Civil Society for GPDRR held a press conference on the call fo... Read More
It has been almost a year since Tintin Kartikasari, a 40-year-old woman, who is often called Miss Tintin, has dedicated herself as a volunteer in the disaster risk reduction forum FPRB) of Argorejo Village. At the beginning of her service, she was moved by the active participation of several female colleagues who are active...
Support in a difficult moment Elderly people who under normal circumstances manage their life very well by themselves can be hit hard by natural disasters and suddenly need support. Like 74 year-old Ruth Hekneno who lives on Timor Island which was affected by the tropical cyclone Seroja in April 2021. In the midd...