Indesso Donated Shelters for Sulawesi Earthquake Survivors

Indesso donated transitional shelters for the survivors of the Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami which occurred last September through Habitat for Humanity. The fund was collected from employee donation and corporate social responsibility fund. Began construction in March 2019, the six transitional shelters were completely built in Bulubete village, Central Sulawesi.

The earthquake that struck Central Sulawesi on 18 September 2018 was so devastating, destroying thousands of houses and killing more than 4,000 people. The transitional shelter is built to give a decent temporary place for the survivors as opposed to tents. It is built using a modular system, allowing a faster construction timeline. The construction materials are asbestos-free, waterproof, also fireproof and can be reused to build a permanent house in the future.

“Thank God, you have built a temporary shelter for me,” said Mrs. Nasria, one of the home partner receiving the transitional shelter. Being 65 years old and lives alone is not easy for her, especially after the earthquake. The disaster destroyed all of her properties. But luckily it never took away her spirit. She continues living by teaching Qur’an in Al-Khairat school and plants chili. Indesso donated the construction of six transitional shelters in total, each with 14.5 m2 area. Through this donation, Indesso hopes to give a better life to those in needs.

We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give—Winston Churcill

Home Partner: Nasriah

Home Partner: Nasriah

Home Partner: Agustinus

Home Partner: Agustinus

Home Partner: Buah Hati

Home Partner: Buah Hati

Home Partner: Jimran

Home Partner: Jimran

Home Partner: Suparman

Home Partner: Suparman

Home Partner: Yente Kadir

Home Partner: Yente Kadir