http://projectchild.ngo/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/IMG_2851.jpg40006000Project Childhttp://projectchild.ngo/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Logo-Header.pngProject Child2019-03-15 06:47:432019-03-15 06:47:464 WAYS TO CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR COMMUNITY THROUGH VOLUNTEERISM
Billions of people are still living without safe water, struggling to survive. Marginalized groups are often overlooked and heavily affected by discrimination as they try to access the safe water they need. World Water Day 2019 tackles the reasons why people are left behind.
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Three kinds of literacy dimensions proposed by Green (1988), the operational, cultural, and critical, define how literacy runs practically in the society. Due to the lack of attention on those dimensions, our pedagogical system too much focuses only on the operational one.
This article does not only address the potential teachers have for screening mental health problems in children after disasters, but also address their role of implementing yoga exercises in schools for children to cope with the aftermath of disasters. This could eliminate the decreased school performances and help to care for the children’s feelings of anxiety and distress.
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Safe drinking water is essential to human wellbeing and is a basic human right. The water availability in Indonesia is naturally sufficient due to its heavy rainfall, it is one of the countries with the highest water availability in the whole world.
The establishment of the International Day of Education by the United Nations indicates further awareness and commitments of the international community to embody the 4th SDGs, which is quality education.
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On Saturday, February 9th 2019 Project Child Indonesia with the community of Kampung Jetisharjo RW 06, held a Focus Group Discussion about community based tourism. Around 17 people came and took part actively in the discussion.