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Asia Pacific Baptist Aid (APBAid) is working with Baptist Churches on the ground in Indonesia who are joining with other NGOs to assess the needs and provide support to those who are affected by the recent Lombok earthquake. An emergency phase has been announced till 11 August 2018 and many groups including central government have deployed tons of logistics need. In the early stage the needs are for clean drinking water, ready to eat food, tents, and medical teams and medicine. However there will be ongoing needs after this initial stage.

If you would like to contribute towards support for those affected by this earthquake, please donate here or contact us on

We will ensure that these funds are passed on to those on to APBAid and those directly involved in support.

You can read more about the siutation on the ground via the following link:

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/aug/06/indonesia-earthquake-lack-of-equipment-hampers-rescue-efforts

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