Caompassion KARINAKAS

Stefanus Suyatno Supriyadi, the beneficiary of KARINAKAS program (Photo: Hardono)


Antonius Hardono

 For Stefanus Suyatno Supriyadi, who is called as Pak Yatno, a member of Rogobelah Sub-village, Suroteleng Village, Selo Sub-district, Boyolali District, the name of KARINAKAS is so familiar for him. He had known Karinakas since the Merapi eruption in 2010. At that time, the family of Pak Yatno was evacuated to Maria the Immaculate Parish of Boyolali.

Karina KAS was known because its involvement in giving the logistic support in the refugee camp in the Parish. Then after the eruption, Karina also supported the living allowance and farming development so that the community can do their farming again. Pak Yatno was impressed with the Parish service which was supported by KAS.

Sister Hubertha and karel are being broadcast on FM Unisi

Suster Hubertha and karel are being broadcast on FM Unisi (photo: Karel)


At the Studio of Unisi FM Radio, Demangan Baru, Yogyakarta, on Saturday, 27 February 2016 at 9 a.m. -10 a.m.,  Karinakas which was represented by Sr. Huberta and Karel Tuhehay made a live broadcast on Alternative Energy, in this case Biogas Program which was implemented by Karinakas in Selo and Musuk Sib-districts, Boyolali. This program brought a positive impact to the empowerment and the health of mother and children in the program area. This broadcast was initiated by Pusat Studi Gender (PSG/Gender Study Center) of Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) Yogyakarta. (Author: Ferry, translated by: Mita)

Climate change as the global phenomenon

Andriyas Aryo Prabowo, M.Si of Climatology Station, BMKG Yogyakarta, in HAJAR (Study Day) of KARINAKAS 18 March 2016. (photo: ferry)

Climate change as the global phenomenon is the biggest environmental challenge faced by the world nowadays. As the archipelago, Indonesia is very vulnerable to the climate change which causes the disasters, such as flood, landslide, long dry season, gale, and high tidal wave. The threat of climate disaster in Indonesia even can occur in bigger intensity and can be perceived directly by the farmers, fishers, people in sea shores, in villages, and in cities. The broader impact of the climate change does not only damage the environment but also endangers the human health, food safety, economic development activities, natural resources management, and physical infrastructure management.

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