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Learning how to bring families back together in Palu
UNICEF supported social workers in Central Sulawesi to trace and reunite children who were separated from the families following the earthquake.
When all children are prepared for disasters
One of UNICEF’s priorities in Sulawesi is to support the Government’s efforts in getting children back in school.
Innovative technology speeds up tracing of children
A 7.4 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi on 28 September unleashed a tsunami.
Surviving the earthquake through breastfeeding
Nela Anggraini inhaled deeply and placed her palm on her neighbour’s forehead.
It's a long way from normal, but it's a start
UNICEF successfully advocated a standard-setting first as the Government procured another 150 tents using UNICEF specifications in Central Sulawesi.
Tracing and Reunification of Children in Central Sulawesi
UNICEF psycho-social support to help children cope with the traumatic experience to family tracing and reunification to reunify separated families.
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