Written by Sijbrand Albrecht Peeters, Community Engagement AssociateProject Child Indonesia Indonesian Students Association or PPI is an organization consisting of Indonesia students studying abroad. Members of Indonesian Student Association (PPI) […]
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Written by Sekar Ningtyas Kinasih, Content WriterProject Child Indonesia We believe that collaboration is not about an option to choose, but a necessity to strengthen the efficiencies and effectiveness to […]
The efforts of Humanitarian should realize that the fact of women or girls as same as like men and boys– have to participate in responding for all crises, without setting aside if women reserve the right to be a leader and decision-maker.
This year, 2019– IYD comes up with a theme of “Transforming Education” as a highlight goal to make education more universal and approachable for all the young people, involved the youth themselves– where it also refers to Goal 4 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDG) to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.’’
Pada tanggal 10 Juli 2019, PCI kembali mengadakan sosialisasi Drinking Water Program bersama 5 sekolah mitra baru yaitu SD Cokrokusuman, SD Sayidan, SD Karangmulyo, SD Ngupasan dan SD Wirosaban yang juga dihadiri 22 perwakilan sekolah mitra lainnya maupun 3 perwakilan oleh Dinas Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan, Dinas Lingkungan Hidup dan Dinas Kesehatan Kota Yogyakarta.
The awareness towards water as the essential substance for human survival has become the foremost reason to the Drinking Water Program establishment which has been carried out since 2016 to several schools by Project Child Indonesia– as well as a tangible evidence of supporting towards implementation of the 6th goal of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) which ensuring the availability of clean water, achieving universal access to basic sanitation at every level of society in 2030.
Written by: Will Griffiths The annual Haarlemmermeer Community-Based Tourism program continued this year when a group of students from Haarlemmermeer school in the Netherlands engaged in activities and experiences of […]
The necessity for good quality water means not just any readily available water but that which can be used to fulfill daily needs, such as drinking, bathing, washing clothes, washing dishes, and gardening.
stunting has serious impacts to childrens because the lack of nutrition supply. It will deter the developments of children cognitively and physically.
It is one of our agenda which plan to be held in Code to support the community for developing their potential to become community-based tourism.