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In times of adversity or significant sources of threats, people should be capable to adapt. Resilience cannot be built in a day; it needs relevant process. IndoCon gives necessary actions from preparation, implementation, and assessment to develop and create sturdier and more flexible organization and/or individual, by focusing on the following:

Disaster Risk Reduction;
Disaster Needs Assessment;
Emergency Response;
Food and Non-food Items Distribution;
Climate Change Preparedness;
Mitigation and Prevention;
Community-based Risk Screening Tool
    Adaptation and Livelihoods (CRISTAL); and
Climate and Disaster Risks (CliDR) tool applications

1.) Over 2,000 typhoon Haiyan-affected families received food packages and a total of 1,817 more resilient temporary houses to 13 communities were built by over 500 trained local cash-for-workers. IndoCon established the emergency response team of the local partner, Task Force Mapalad in Panay Island, Philippines.

2.) IndoCon assessed the food distribution for the drought-affected communities in Miyo District, Borana, Ethiopia in 2011. Through the project proposal crafted by IndoCon, the local partner, Oromo Self-Help Organization (OSHO) extended its food relief operation and handed out about 40,000 food kits.

3.) After evaluating the local cooperation opportunities and leading the non-food distribution for over 4,000 individuals in Padang, Indonesia, IndoCon developed the Rehabilitation of Livelihoods Resiliency Building Project for the local partner, Lembaga Pengkajian dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat (LP2M.) This program concentrates on the early and late recovery of the affected communities due to the Magnitude 7.6 Earthquake in 2009, recording more than 1,000 fatalities and nearly 3,000 damaged buildings.