“Rumah Kambera”; “Rumah” means residence and Kambera is the name of the sub-district. We chose the word “home” deliberately, because in addition to being our future office in Sumba, it will also be a meeting place, sharing activities, teaching and learning, a shelter for volunteers, a place to exchange ideas, a playroom, find innovative ideas, all with a shared vision, namely to improve the quality of life of people living in the East Sumba area.
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SUMBA PHOTO STORIES
A photography mentoring project to become a medium of expression and storytelling through photos. Starting from January 2020, training has been conducted in two schools, in two villages, in the eastern part of Sumba.
since August 2020 we are rebuilding a school that collapsed in the wind at the end of 2019. With this development, every year 65 to 100 children can attend school safely and comfortably.
FIRST AID KIT
A project that aims to provide first aid through first aid kits that will be distributed to every school and traditional medical personnel accompanied by Faskes personnel in East Sumba.
A joint project of Charis Sumba School. In the last four years, in the field of education, Charis Sumba School has accompanied 37 teachers in 18 remote village schools, especially PAUD schools and emergency classes in the east Sumba area.
ACCESS TO CLEAN WATER
One of the main problems in East Sumba is limited access to clean water. Generally, people still rely on springs, wells, and rainwater reservoirs but still do not meet the basic needs of water.
One of the greatest assets of this house, is the land on which it stands; the area is quite large and suitable for farming, we will create gardens and gardens with permaculture principles.
Sumba Disaster. Denpasar base camp. Central collection point for food, medicine, clothing and more
Sumba Disaster, survey in Kambaniru and Mauliru
Free Health and Medical Care in East Sumba
Fair Future to East Sumba for helping victims of disaster
Fair Future & Kawan Baik survey in East Sumba, area of Mauliru
Sumba disaster, the dam no longer exists
Free health and medical care for over 250 people. in Mauliru, East Sumba
Tons of vital supplies have arrived in East Sumba