WASH Barus Water Project

NORTH BARUS – SIBOLGA. ADRA Indonesia’s WASH North Barus Project, supported by ADRA International successfully accomplished water facilities construction with 415 Water Piping System installed in four villages through 12,948 m piping construction, 2 water collection box constructed, 8 water reservoirs installed, 800 families have better access to improve drinking water. Sanitation: 70% of family […]


Rising Up for Clean Water Access

Background People of North Barus were also affected by the Asian tsunami last 2004. They are also lack of water because they do not have direct access to the water facility. Women are used to collecting water daily from the nearest water spring in the mountainous part of Central Tapanuli Regency. Innovative Solution The water […]


Rising Up for Nourishment

Background Under-five children‘s nutritional status indicates community welfare, child survival measures, and reflections on conditions in which children (and others in society) live, including their healthcare. In Sangihe, mothers and caregivers and their under-five children have low attendances in Posyandu (Integrated Services Post) in each village. As the results, the number of the stunted and […]


Rising Up for Total Sanitation

Background People of Lombok put their fate in tourism as one of the sectors for economic growth. While Lombok is progressively becoming the second home to visitors, the sanitary condition will tell about their future development. Tumpak village, located on the southern coast of Lombok Island, needs to be open defecation free (ODF) area to […]


Sorong Selatan HIV Prevention

Papua has the highest prevalence of HIV/AIDS cases. Aside the access to VCTs (Voluntary Counseling and Testing) is very low, coming to these facilities will give a negative presumption to the community. The patients will be judged immediately. Whether proved positive or not, they may isolate these people as if they are already infected with […]