The term “rusun” is translated to public housing. Previously named Rusun Angke before the rebuild, Rusun Tambora has transformed from an old, dirty building, into a comfortable living abode for low income families. In 2016, 3 new towers were completed and Tambora now houses over 500 families within it’s compounds. Indonesia Care has been conducting it’s programs at Tambora, with 3 areas of focus: Education, health, and livelihood. This Impact Trip takes you throughout the housing estate of Tambora, of which you’ll be able to interact and engage with community members as well as Indonesia Care staff on various programs. TBN delegates will also visit hold discussions with the laides of the in-house sewing social enterprise.
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