A 7.4 magnitude earthquake hit Sulawesi on Friday 28 September, triggering a powerful tsunami wave. More than 800 people are confirmed dead and the toll is rising. Thousands more need urgent help.
Indonesian Red Cross teams have been on the scene since the first earthquake hit, with search-and-rescue teams, ambulances and first aid crews. Emergency medical, water and sanitation teams are on their way from other parts of the country.