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PowerUp: Memperkuat Partisipasi Perempuan Dengan Teknologi

November 20th, 2017 Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on PowerUp: Memperkuat Partisipasi Perempuan Dengan Teknologi

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Tanggap Gempa Pidie Jaya Bersama Para Mitra

May 30th, 2017 Posted in beneficiaries, Gempa Pidie Jaya, Humanitarian, Partner's voices, Right in Crisis, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Tanggap Gempa Pidie Jaya Bersama Para Mitra

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Suasana di Kantor Rumah Belajar Harmoni Kebencanaan (RBHK), Pidie Jaya, Daerah Istimewa Aceh, Rabu (22/2). [Photo : Eka Nickmatulhuda]

Suasana di Kantor Rumah Belajar Harmoni Kebencanaan (RBHK), Pidie Jaya, Daerah Istimewa Aceh, Rabu (22/2). [Photo : Eka Nickmatulhuda]

Rabu, 7 Desember 2016, gempa menghantam Pidie Jaya dini hari. Kekuatan gempa 6.5 skala Richter. Titik gempa berada 2 km di sebelah barat laut Pidie Jaya. Kejadian ini menelan korban tewas sebanyak 100 orang dan banyak rumah yang rusak berat hingga ringan. Menurut data Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana (BNPB), 100 orang korban terdiri dari 96 jiwa di Pidie Jaya, 2 orang di Kabupaten Bireuen, dan 2 orang di Kabupaten Pidie. Pada hari kedua setelah gempa, BNPB mendata bahwa 23.231 orang yang mengungsi, dengan rincian 10.029 di Pidie Jaya dan 13.202 pengungsi di Bireuen.

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On how to calculate “Towards a More Equal Indonesia”

March 3rd, 2017 Posted in Campaign | Comments Off on On how to calculate “Towards a More Equal Indonesia”

 Looking at the future: a father holds his daughter as he stands on a site from which local residents have recently been evicted to make way for new developments, close to luxury apartments in North Jakarta, Indonesia. In the past two decades, the gap between the richest and the rest in Indonesia has grown faster than in any other country in South-East Asia. The four richest men in Indonesia now have more wealth than the poorest 100 million people. Inequality is slowing down poverty reduction, dampening economic growth and threatening social cohesion.                 

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Extreme Inequality Is Not Inevitable

February 27th, 2017 Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Extreme Inequality Is Not Inevitable

 Children play on a site from which local residents have recently been evicted to make way for new developments, close to luxury apartments in North Jakarta, Indonesia. 	  	In the past two decades, the gap between the richest and the rest in Indonesia has grown faster than in any other country in South-East Asia. The four richest men in Indonesia now have more wealth than the poorest 100 million people. Inequality is slowing down poverty reduction, dampening economic growth and threatening social cohesion.  	  	  	  	  More »