Palu and Donggala were shaken by the 7.4 magnitude earthquake on Friday, September 28, 2018 at 17.02 WIB, with the epicenter of the earthquake being at coordinates 0.18 South Latitude, 119.85 East Longitude with a distance of 26 km North of Donggala at a depth of 10 km.
Kun Humanity System+ Emergency Response Team, consisting of medical, logical and communication teams traveled to Palu and Mamuju carrying medical equipment, medicines, and communication equipment. The first team had arrived in Mamuju first, while the second team prepared the need for tools to set up a medical post.
The KUN Humanity System+ Emergency Response Team also moved to the Kulawi area. After 10 days the access from Palu to Kulawi could not be opened due to landslides at several points, the team finally collaborated with the VES community of Central Sulawesi to establish a medical post in Namo Village, District. kulawi, Sigi district, one of the areas that was quite heavily affected.
The KUN Humanity System+ post-disaster program here is called “”Living with Bamboo””. Collaborating with the International Medical Corps (from England), to build houses made of bamboo for the community in Sapoo Hamlet, Namo Village, Kulawi, Sigi, Central Sulawesi. The extraordinary enthusiasm shown by the community for this program enabled all houses to be built according to plan. 50 bamboo houses have been successfully built in this wiliyah.
In addition to handling natural disasters, we also carry out various social activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Tangkulowi Village Meeting Hall the KUN Humanity System+ team provided training with three main materials, namely, general knowledge about Covid19, mental health and psychosocial support, as well as a humanitarian approach, as an effort to increase the capacity of village volunteer members to be better prepared in preventing Covid-19 in the community. Village.