On September 28, 2018, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake and tsunami occurred in the central part of Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. As a result of massive soil liquefaction induced by the earthquake, villages and residential areas have completely been covered with mad. It is said to be impossible to unearth these areas. PARCIC provided food, sanitary goods, towels, blankets and other necessities to the people living in the affected areas. Safe recreation places were also provided for affected children. In 2021, after the cyclone Seroja heavily hit the eastern part of Indonesia on April 5, we provided the affected people with goods and materials including agriculture and fishery tools that they needed to resume income-yielding activities.