Together with ADRA Indonesia, let’s get to know Disaster Preparedness Day.

Disaster Preparedness Day is a day when the community is prepared and reminded of the importance of readiness in facing natural disasters or other emergencies. On this day, various activities are often carried out such as evacuation drills, emergency action briefings, review of emergency plans, and disaster awareness campaigns. The aim is to increase awareness […]

Dhea Dara’s Inspiring Volunteer Story: Empowering Education in Sumba

Dhea Dara, a passionate young woman from East Sumba, felt a deep calling to uplift education in her hometown. With a heart dedicated to making a difference, she embarked on the Bukuku Bukumu Project, a volunteer-based initiative. The project’s name encapsulates the vision of sharing books with children in Sumba and remote areas, ensuring that […]

Building Resilience: Anticipatory Action Project in East Nusa Tenggara

ADRA is taking significant strides in making a positive impact on the communities of East Nusa Tenggara with the implementation of the Anticipatory Action Project! Anticipatory Action is a proactive approach that focuses on pre-emptively responding to potential disasters and climate-related threats, reducing their impact and safeguarding lives and livelihoods. Recently, ADRA organized a Focus […]

Empowering Youth for Disaster Response

During the 3rd Indonesian Camporee, on Wednesday 28 June 2023, ADRA witnessed a remarkable event where more than 100 Pathfinders and Master Guides actively participated in the ADRA Pathfinder Honor – Disaster Response Basic training. This specialized program aimed to equip young individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to prepare for and respond to […]

Focus Group Discussion on the Development of Emergency Preparedness SOP in Pandeglang District

ADRA facilitates the development of guidelines and protocols for Emergency Preparedness SOP in Pandeglang Regency. The activities that will be carried out to develop guidelines and emergency preparedness protocols are coordination and consultation meetings as well as continuous focus group discussions (FGD). There were 34 participants attending the Focus Group Discussion from 15 organizations. “There […]

School Students and Teachers Engage in Disaster Preparedness Workshop and Earthquake Drill

In a dedicated effort to prioritize the safety and well-being of its students and teachers, ADRA was invited by Perguruan Advent 01 Jakarta for a comprehensive disaster preparedness workshop and earthquake drill. The goal was to equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to respond effectively during emergencies, particularly earthquakes. By engaging both students […]

International Women’s Day Celebration

On Tuesday  March 21st 2023, the REAF II Project team held an International Women’s Day Celebration, this event coupled with the closing of the Agricultural Technical Training which had been running for six days. The event was held around the meeting hall of The Agriculture Instrument Standardization Body (BPSIP) Department of Agriculture of Central Sulawesi […]

Joint Meeting of Stakeholders to Share Experiences Related to the Response to Handling the Covid-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is still not over to this day. The Government’s efforts to suppress the transmission of the virus are continuing. It can be seen from promotive and preventive efforts, the importance of multi-sector cooperation, strengthening regional capacity in managing health care in the region, strengthening regulations and information systems, including increasing community participation […]

Training on Gender and Protection

Through the REAF II Project, ADRA held Training on Gender and Protection. This training lasted for 2 days and was attended by 15 participants, namely 7 staff members and 8 group leaders from 4 assisted villages. Gender inequalities often occur in communities. Men and women have unequal access to resources. Women in general have limited […]

The Active Role of Women in Participating in Farmer Field Schools

The REAF II program implemented Farmer Field Schools for 3 agricultural commodities namely corn, chili or tomato, and cocoa in 4 assisted villages, namely Tuva, Omu, Bangga, and Jono Oge. This field school program will take place from the second week of November 2022 – March 2023. The main objective of implementing the Farmer Field […]