Entries by Graciella Ganadhi

COVID-19: Aku Bisa Bantu Apa Sih?

Ditulis oleh Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi. Content Writer Project Child Indonesia Kalau ada yang menyebut frasa “tenaga medis”, apa sih hal yang langsung muncul di otak kalian? Dokter atau suster? Seringnya, kita berpikiran kalau dokter itu jasanya yang paling besar dalam penanganan COVID-19 terus kita lupa deh kalau ada banyak suster dan bidan yang juga bekerja […]

COVID-19: What You Can Do to Help

Written by Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia What comes to your mind upon hearing “healthcare workers”? Do you instantly think of doctors and surgeons? Or do you remember those who are working hard in the frontline of current pandemic COVID-19: nurses and midwives? Today, during World Health Day, is the day when […]

Time of Crisis = Time to Care

Written by Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia The 5th of April is celebrated annually as the International Day of Conscience. First celebrated in 2019, International Day of Conscience was initiated to remind people of the importance of love and peace in our society and the importance of self-reflection and improvement. Conscience advances […]

Jangan-Jangan Aku Kena COVID-19?

Ditulis oleh Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia Akhir-akhir ini apa kalian pernah merasa parno tiba-tiba tenggorokan mulai sakit, agak demam, terus dada juga mulai sesak sehabis kalian nonton berita tentang COVID-19? Lalu kalian jadi bertanya-tanya, jangan-jangan aku kena COVID-19? Hm, kemungkinannya sih sebenernya kecil banget, hampir ngga mungkin malah. Kalo kalian habis […]

Did I Finally Catch COVID-19?

Written by Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia Do you feel like you have a sore throat or increasing fever after watching or reading the news regarding COVID-19? Or your skin is suddenly itchy and your chest feels tight? You might worry that you finally have caught the disease, right? Well, no worries, […]

Sei glücklich, auch Zuhause!

Geschrieben von Graciella Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesien, übersetzt von Lia Sophie Wilmes, Content Writer Praktikantin Project Child Indonesien Heute ist Internationaler Tag des Glücks! Wissen Sie, dass Ihr Glück zur globalen Wirtschaft beiträgt? Die UN-Generalversammlung forderte “einen integrativen, gerechteren und ausgewogeneren Ansatz für das Wirtschaftswachstum, der das Glück und das Wohlergehen aller Völker […]

Be Happy, At Home!

Written by Graciella Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia It’s International Day of Happiness! Do you know that your happiness contributes to the global economy? The UN General Assembly had called for “a more inclusive, equitable and balanced approach to economic growth that promotes the happiness and well-being of all peoples.” Simply said, if people […]

Drinking Water Program: Project Report

Written by Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia Water and sanitation have been a significant issue for Indonesians, especially for those who are living in remote areas. Most of the time, the quality of water is not safe enough for humans to drink. Survey shows that 67.1% out of 940 households have e. […]

International Women’s Day: Women’s Right is Human’s Right

Written by Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia Throughout history, women have been suffering unfair treatments from society. Mainly because they live in a patriarchal society, one that favors men. Women are treated not as their being, but rather as the property of men. They were deprived of their rights, such as the […]

Plastic: An Indonesian Enemy

Written by Graciella Ganadhi, Content Writer Project Child Indonesia Do you know that Indonesia is second place in terms of the world’s plastic waste producers? After China, we produce at least 25.000 tons of plastic waste every single day. All of that plastic is undeniably going to end up in rivers or coastal waters. 15 […]