KEY FACTS

    • World Relief's programs in Indonesia began in 1970 and continued until 1992, resuming again in 2005.
    • World Relief is working with over 25 local communities to equip them in community-based disaster risk reduction—helping over 30,000 people who live in regions of high risk and vulnerability.
    • World Relief's programs—in partnership with 150 volunteers—have reached 2,000 people with messages that address important problems like domestic violence, unhealthy marriage relationships, HIV, and malnutrition.