Australian aid helps rebuild lives

Australians have given more than $5.5 million in emergency aid to the estimated 200,000 people needing help after the tsunami in Indonesia. But we can't stop there.

Through our aid program, we must help to rebuild schools, hospitals and stability in Indonesia after the media attention is long gone.

Unfortunately, the Federal government has cut $11 billion dollars from countries like Indonesia which has significantly reduced our capacity to help people when they most need it.

Use this tool to email Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten and ask for bipartisan leadership on Australian aid.

Authorised by Mark Carpenter, 14 Napier Close, Deakin, ACT.



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