Privacy Violation dan Etika Deontologi

Written by Raisa Rahima Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Privacy Violation Sehari-hari, kita tidak bisa lepas dari aktivitas digital. Aktivitas digital telah menggantikan aktivitas sehari-hari manusia seperti berkomunikasi, berjualan sampai memperluas pertemanan dalam jejaring media sosial. Keberadaan media sosial telah menjadi wadah baru bagi masyarakat untuk melakukan kegiatan sosial secara lebih instan, cepat […]

Kemiskinan di Indonesia

Written by Danika Amandari Djuanda, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Indonesia adalah negara yang sangat kontras. Keindahan alam dan kekayaan budayanya hidup berdampingan dengan kesenjangan ekonomi yang mendalam. Menurut data Badan Pusat Statistik “persentase penduduk miskin pada Maret 2023 sebesar 9,36 persen.”  Meskipun persentase ini tampaknya tidak terlalu tinggi dan “menurun 0,21 persen […]

Sanitasi, Kesehatan, dan Hari Internasional Pengentasan Kemiskinan

Clean water, Sanitation

Written by Alifa Ainun Lukum, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Tepat pada tanggal 17 Oktober dunia memperingati International Day for the Eradication of Poverty atau Hari Internasional untuk Pengentasan Kemiskinan. Tahun ini, tema yang diangkat adalah “dignity for all practice” yang berarti martabat manusia tidak hanya merupakan hak asasi manusia, namun juga dasar […]

Specific Subject vs. Multiple Subjects Teachers

teacher, student

Written by Alifa Ainun Lukum, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Students (or some of you may have graduated from school), like many of us, may hold memories of being inspired by a teacher or even just have favorite subjects for a specific teacher. It is even so much fun to learn when our […]

Efek Upah Rendah Guru Indonesia

Written by Raisa Rahima Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Guru adalah profesi yang sangat dihormati. Bagaimana tidak, mereka mengajarkan kita banyak hal, mulai dari membaca, menghitung, sampai memahami hal-hal kompleks tentang dunia. Seperti yang kita tahu, ilmu adalah jendela bagi kita untuk memahami dunia ini. Tanpa guru, kita kesulitan menghadapi kehidupan seperti belanja, […]

The Importance of Literacy in a Digital World

Book lot on table.

Written by Danika Amandari Djuanda, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Defining Literacy “Once upon a time…” Countless individuals across the globe know this phrase all too well, one bringing into life fairytales, folklores, and fables. We may remember moments delving into pages of imagination or hours spent becoming architects of new worlds and […]

Fiction Book Recommendations to Increase Your Reading Interest!

Written by Alifa Ainun Lukum, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia “Reading fiction is a waste of time,” you have probably heard those words before. Some people argue that reading fictional books sucks time because it reduces productivity. On the other hand, some people reason that reading fictional books could be a form of […]

Membaca Buku Fiksi Ilmiah untuk Anak-anak

Written by Raisa Rahima, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Fiksi Ilmiah (Science Fiction/ Sci-fi) adalah genre yang memasukkan teknologi sains yang dapat secara mungkin terjadi di masa depan dan/atau di angkasa dan/atau di dalam dimensi lain. Buku-buku terbaik fiksi ilmiah untuk anak-anak adalah cerita-cerita yang menarik dengan aspek saintifik yang keren dan karakter-karakter […]

International Day of Charity: Fostering Compassion, Embracing Generosity

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Written by Danika Amandari Djuanda, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia The Individual and the Community We all have distinctive identities, beliefs, and aspirations as independent individuals. Regardless, we are inherently social beings, and our lives are deeply intertwined with those around us. The notion of the individual and the community is fascinating, complex, […]

NGO, Social Meanings, and Politics

Written by Raisa Rahima, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia What is the meaning of life? You might want to answer “doing good,” “empowering the unpowered,” “acquiring knowledge,” and so on. To grant this meaning, we cannot separate ourselves from the social realm in which we find a society to help us grant our […]