Jakarta Residents Displaced by Indonesia Floods

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People in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta are still homeless due to major flooding.

Monsoon rains plague the city annually, but this year flood waters came earlier than usual and caught many Indonesians unprepared.

Tens of thousands have been affected by the natural disaster and many still cannot leave their homes.
In partnership with the Exxon Mobil Corporation, CBN Disaster Relief teams utilized a number of small boats to deliver food to some of those in need.

CBN also helped with evacuations and set up a number of clinics to treat people needing medical care.

How You Can Help:

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