A heavy rain which occurred at the beginning of the year had caused flood, landslide, and damaged public facilities in 44 villages in Lebak and Bogor, Indonesia.
More than 24,000 people were displaced and numerous public facilities which consisted of 32 schools, 41 bridges, 20 mosques, and 3,807 houses were destroyed.
Together with more than a thousand volunteers, ACT (Aksi Cepat Tanggap) Foundation has helped the affected people with medical aid, food and water distribution, and disaster recovery program.
Currently, ACT Foundation is initiating a recovery program named ICS (Integrated Community Shelter). ICS consists of temporary shelter, toilet, mosque, and other facilities to support the needs of the people affected by the disasters.
After earthquake and tsunami devastated Palu (Central Sulawesi) and its surrounding in 2018, ACT Foundation had built 1264 shelters in 11 ICS around Central Sulawesi. Now, ACT Foundation invites you to help ease their suffering and to bring their smiles back by donating, or by sharing this information to your friends and family.