Water & Sanitation During Disaster

We could not turn down the opportunity to head to Jogja during the Merapi eruption in November 2010 to video shoot for the Indonesian & Spanish Red Cross on Water and Sanitation during disaster. We knew that moments like these are priceless.

The objective of creating these communication tools was to educate and bring awareness to the public the importance of clean water management during disaster, as well as finding corporate donors to fund the programme.

The after shock when we watched nature took everything from them was devastating.We hope for the best for the recovery of the victims and through this campaign, even though we could not fixed everything, at least we could show that every single human being deserves the most basic necessities like you and I have.

The Indonesia Red Cross needs your support!

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