Sinabung eruptions affect children’s welfare: Foundation
The Jakarta Post
The ongoing seismic activities of Mount Sinabung in Karo regency, North Sumatra, for the past eight years have not only changed the lives of residents but also affected the health and education of their children, as thousands are exposed to volcanic ash.
Some 12,000 children are reportedly suffering from health problems as eruptions at the second-highest peak in North Sumatra continue, acco...
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