Nazwa’s family is one of 80 families who are displaced and staying at camp supported by ChildFund Indonesia.
Her village was overwhelmed by the disasters, and she’s worried about her friends and neighbours. She’s also concerned about her teachers. Her school was one of the 2,736 across the country that were damaged.
Like many children whose lives have been affected by crisis, Nazwa faces an uncertain future. All she wants is to feel safe and go back to school.
“I want to write and learn maths again,” she says. “I love maths.”
Generous ChildFund supporters are helping provide safe child-centred spaces to more than 1,000 children, including Nazwa, affected by the earthquake and tsunami so they can continue their education.
At these spaces, children also have access to psychosocial support to help them deal with any trauma they are experiencing as a result of the disaster.
ChildFund supporters are also providing life-saving water and sanitation, and emergency kits with food, water and other essentials to 10,000 children and their families.