World food day is one of the special days celebrated on 16 October every year. This food day was first named in 1979 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations or commonly abbreviated as FAO in Roma. However, Food and Agriculture Organization started this world food day in 1981 and continues every […]
Written by: Paschalis Cahya Irawan, Social Business Trainee Intern Project Child Indonesia Can business solve social problems? can by designing a social business. Social business or often referred to as social entrepreneurship is defined as a business that is motivated by social problems or other problems This business is also a form of solution to […]
Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Thousands of Jakarta residents were evacuated from southern and eastern areas of the city. They witnessed their cars and homes almost entirely submerged in the shoulder-high muddy waters. As mere onlookers, we often consider what else we can do to help lessen the […]
Commemorating the First-ever International Day of Education: Indonesia and the World to Take Bigger Steps to Achieve Educational Equality
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.
As a follow-up to the past 15-year Millennium Development Goals agenda, in September 2015 the United Nations launched a new, more universal, inclusive and comprehensive resolution called the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). SDGs have 17 new goals to encourage sustainable development based on human rights and equality to encourage social, economic and environmental development. SDG […]