Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Mother-and-Child-27MZIFLT23D6.htmlConceptually similarMother and Child near Cilacap Coal Power PlantGP01LLACompleted★★★★Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Affected WomanGP01LLBCompleted★★★★Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Affected WomanGP01LLCCompleted★★★★Children in a MosqueGP01LLECompleted★★★★Children in a MosqueGP01LL7Completed★★★★Children Play near Cilacap Coal Power PlantGP01LL6Completed★★★★Fisherman near Cilacap Coal Power Plant.GP01LL9Completed★★★★Abandoned House near Cilacap Coal Power PlantGP01LL2Completed★★★★Abandoned Houses near Cilacap Coal Power PlantGP01LL4Completed★★★★View AllGP01LLDMother and ChildAlya, a 4-year-old, is comforted by her mother Siti Soliah, 23-year-old. According to the local doctor the child is suffering from bronchitis. They live in Kuasen, a small village located just 50 meters from the Cilacap coal-fired power plant. A huge number of people living in the vicinity of the plant suffer from respiratory-related diseases.Locations:Central Java-Cilacap Regency-Indonesia-Southeast AsiaDate:23 Sep, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Ardiles RanteMaximum size:3504px X 2332pxRestrictions:No FundraisingKeywords:Children-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Energy-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-PLTU Cilacap Coal Fired Power Plant-Power stations-WomenShoot:Cilacap Coal-Fired Power Plant Documentation in IndonesiaThe PLTU Cilacap coal-fired power plant was opened in 2006. The original aim of building the plant was to encourage local economic growth. Many new jobs had been created. But despite the initial hope, the real cost to the Southeast Java town soon became shockingly clear. The pollution from the plant has had serious effects on the health of the people living in the surrounding. A huge number of people suffer from respiratory-related diseases. Many people have been driven away by the coal dust and constant humming coming from the plant.