Lombok Earthquake Emergency Lombok Earthquake Emergency

Indonesia Earthquake

On 5 August, a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck near Lombok and Bali in Indonesia. At least 436 people have been killed, with over 1,300 injured and 352,793 people have been displaced. In addition, more than 67,000 houses and 468 schools have been damaged. A number of public facilities such as hospitals, mosques, and health clinics have also been damaged.

CARE is responding in Lombok through partners.

“CARE is very concerned that the death toll will continue to rise,” says Helen Vanwel, CARE’s Country Director in Indonesia. “People now urgently need medical support, clean water, food, and a safe space to sleep.”

Please donate now to help people affected by the Lombok earthquake.

Donate by phone

Call 1800 020 046 toll free and pay by credit card.

Donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Should the funds raised through an emergency appeal exceed the amount required to meet the immediate and longer term needs of the people in the affected areas, or if there are changes in circumstances beyond CARE’s control which limit its ability to utilise all funds in the affected areas, CARE will direct excess funds to other emergency relief activities in the future.

Monthly donation will go to emergency relief & preparedness activities where it is needed most.