Indonesia

Food for the Hungry started working in Indonesia after the December 2004 tsunami killed 283,000 people. FH worked with devastated communities to help them rebuild their lives and homes. In 2011, FH started doing long-term development work in agriculture, education and income generation. Click on icons to see how FH is working with Indonesian communities.

Regional map of Indonesia

Indonesia Facts

Capital:
Jakarta
Language:
Bahasa Indonesia
Population:
245,613,043
Crisis:
64 percent of the rural population lives without healthy sanitation
20 percent of children are born underweight
Only 8 percent of the population is Christian

Our Work in Indonesia

Agriculture

269 people served by agriculture work, from small home gardening projects to planting for selling crops in the market.

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Education

2,231 children received assistance to attend schools, including after-school programs and trainings for teachers.

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Income Generation

Last year, 159 people attended savings groups. In the groups, they received vocational training in sewing, baking and business planning.

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