Following the onset of the pandemic in Indonesia, we mounted COVID-19 response to protect and assist vulnerable communities, particularly in the areas where we operate. We focused our initial response that focused on protection and preventive measures, and continued our response to support affected vulnerable communities
YCP works with communities to help them in identifying risk mitigation strategies to adapt to and mitigate the adverse impact of climate change on their lives and livelihoods. We focus on building community’s capacity to integrate risk mitigation strategies in the local development plan and
YCP works with female tea pickers to increase their knowledge and awareness on gender equality and their rights to participate and make decisions that affect their lives particularly related to their health and well-being, while also bring access to clean water for community members.
In 2018, when Central Sulawesi was hit by an earthquake and tsunami, YCP was one of many humanitarian organizations that responded to assist affected communities in Palu, Sigi and Donggala. This emergency response was then continued with our recovery programme to help the people of