For UNFPA's Youth in Emergencies Officer, Vivien, the flooding meant that there were an unknown number of young people who were now homeless, and potentially cut off from the services that they need. She was on the phone, and talking to as many people as possible, to try to get an accurate number of young people affected.
For the people of Palu, the provincial capital that was largely destroyed last year, this crisis reminded them of the hard time they had experienced. Thousands of people took up collections at shops and on the streets and collected food, clothing, medicine and cash for the people of Bangga.
The midwife explained what was in the Ibu Hamil kits, and how they could get in touch with a midwife at any time of day or night.