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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.

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04 May
Indonesia's Steps Toward Inclusive Humanitarian Preparedness and Response
Indonesia's Steps Toward Inclusive Humanitarian Preparedness and Response

In a series of activities to seek for Local Innovators for IDEAKSI (idea, innovation, action, inclusion) to strengthen the ground in developing inclusive local innovations, YAKKUM ... Read More

14 Apr
TOT #2: Managing Intergenerational Groups during COVID-19 Pandemic
TOT #2: Managing Intergenerational Groups during COVID-19 Pandemic

Six Intergenerational Groups (IGs) from four sub-districts in Kabupaten Sleman: Seyegan, Sleman, Pakem, and Mlati attended the second session of Training on Trainers which took pla... Read More

27 Jan
Situation Report #2 - West Sulawesi Earthquake
Situation Report #2 - West Sulawesi Earthquake

Situation Report # 2 West Sulawesi earthquake (per 24 January 2021) The YAKKUM Emergency Response Team for West Sulawesi has carried out a series of joint activities with ... Read More

26 Jan
Story from Mamuju #1
Story from Mamuju #1

She is fondly called Grandma Cambang by her families and neighbours in Tampalang Village in Mamuju. She is 65 years old and still active in doing household chores. She has an e... Read More

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Online Marketing Training: Solutions to Increase Income for Women's Groups in Urban Communities

Since Indonesia announced its COVID-19 first case on 2 March, 2020, the economic activity in Yogyakarta has begun to slow down. The government policy on the large-scale social restriction affected the community’s capacity in obtaining income. The changes in social behavior and economic stagnation resulted in the unprecede...

Mugiyem' Story: "I Would Never be Left Alone"

Not much has changed from Mugiyem's daily life in this pandemic. Her routine remains the same, starting from farming to feeding the goat which she maintains from the “Mendo Manunggal” program, one of the local church programs to improve the congregation's economy with a rowdy goat system. She planted corn in a f...

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