Indigenous people are sometimes overlooked, even though they are the real heroes to the world, it is time to appreciate them more!
Written by Amaranila Nariswari, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Sejak tahun 2011 lalu, pemerintah Indonesia menetapkan tanggal 27 Juli sebagai Hari Sungai Nasional dan secara resmi mencantumkannya dalam Pasal 74 Peraturan Pemerintah No. 38 Tahun 2011. Harapannya, dengan adanya Hari Sungai Nasional ini, masyarakat akan lebih peduli terhadap kebersihan lingkungan sungai-sungai yang ada […]
Written by Maria Olivia Laurent, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia We’re halfway through the year! Some of us may be graduating soon, ready to kick off our career, maybe starting a new project, and so many other things to look forward to. As we finish this first half of the 2022 book, we’re […]
Written by Maria Olivia Laurent, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia You’ve seen chefs recommending what recipes to follow to lose weight. You’ve seen nutritionists writing pages upon pages on the correct diet based on your body type. You’ve even seen some celebrities going on their social media giving health advice to their followers. […]
Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are commonly abused because they are accessible for all ages. In light of World Drug Day, let’s educate ourselves about this issue to ensure that our environment is free from drug abuse.
Lack of understanding about emotional well-being makes us experience unstable emotions without knowing how to deal with them. As a result, Project Child Indonesia initiated mindfulness training to stimulate volunteers’ awareness of emotional well-being.
Kasus kematian akibat begadang sering terdengar di Indonesia. Serem banget nggak sih? Yuk simak penjelasan dan cara menghindarinya.