Mount Sinabung on Sumatra in Indonesia is seething. Rocks are falling down the mountain, ash clouds are pouring out and cover the environment. Hepirejika, 4 years old, is living with her parents and two siblings in Sigarang Garang, a village in the restricted zone directly at the edge of the volcano. There are almost 130 active volcanos in Indonesia. The 2,460 meters high Mount Sinabung had no eruptions for 400 years. In September 2013 and February 2014, several eruptions occurred and 17 people died. 27,000 people had to be evacuated. Since then, the volcano has been active. It is dangerous to life for the people who cultivate coffee, cocoa and cabbage on the fertile slopes. Therefore, most of the people still live in the emergency accommodations. Only some of them temporarily return to their houses to repair roofs and to clean up. The stores and houses in the village are closed, the streets deserted, just some dogs left-behind stray around. After the eruption in February 2014, the family of Hepirejika lived five months in an evacuation camp. There, her mother gave birth to a child. The family returned home although the village is located in the restricted zone close to the crater. The father is working as farmer, he plants cabbage. Due to the eutrophic volcanic ash, the soils are very fertile. New ash is lying on the leaves of the seedlings. The all-clear is not given yet, new eruptions could occur at any time.