Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Banjarmasin’s ‘Old Town’ is Booming Again
From afternoon to late evening, the old shopping area on Jl. Simpang Hasanuddin HM in Banjarmasin is never empty. Visitors come, one after another, to relax while enjoying coffee, bread, and various food and drinks.
The Search for Victims Is Ongoing
From the evacuation that was carried out until 21:00 WITA, Fihim added, as many as seven victims were successfully evacuated from the ruins of the building. They are still alive.
The Exciting World of Traditional Games
During the Covid-19 pandemic, children's playtime in open spaces was reduced because they had to stay at home.
Harmony with Nature through Forest Offerings
Upon arriving, they set up tents by the banks of the Tuyup and Hapuray Rivers as the people of Paau were preparing for the traditional ceremony.
Firefighting Spirit that Never Fades
In order to become a fireman, Alus learned from scratch, beginning with how to start a pump engine, connect hoses and hold a fire hose. The tasks have to be performed by firefighters.
The Firefighter’s Spirit
On the banks of the Martapura River that afternoon, the young members of a private fire brigade (BPK) were testing their fire extinguishing equipment.
The Face of Solidarity in Banjarmasin Floods
Banjarmasin is nicknamed "the City of a Thousand Rivers". The recent big floods in the capital of South Kalimantan province tested the solidarity of the people.
Advancing Children\'s Education
Alvian Wardhana, 19, was so moved at the sight of many children in Kunyit village, Tanah Laut regency, South Kalimantan, unable to read and count that he became a free tutor.
South Kalimantan Flood a Gloomy Picture of Natural Destruction
Massive recent floods have affected thousands of residents in South Kalimantan. Apart from extreme rainfall, the floods were also caused by environmental damage on the island.
Get to Know Banjarmasin via Tour Bus
Traveling on a tour bus in the city of Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, has become increasingly in demand by residents to ward off boredom during the COVID-19 pandemic.