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Rote Ndao children still deprived of proper care, education

The Jakarta Post, May 25, 2011

Light from the bright afternoon sun reflected on the glossy floor of an open veranda at the National Handicraft Council in Baa, the capital of Rote Ndao regency, East Nusa Tenggara.

Villagers turn to nutritious local foods,


The rustic wooden house in Soka village seemed a scary place for the children who emerged crying loudly.

The house in the western part of Rote-Ndao is in fact an integrated health post called Mawar I, where several women including Yohanna Zacharias tend to the village childrens health.


Cultivating a love of science through creative learning

The Jakarta Post, Rote | Wed, 06/08/2011

With creative learning, science can be fun. This may be not quite the right word to describe it, but it’s at least better than boring.

“Creative learning can help students cultivate a love for science,” Melianus Napa, a teacher at state elementary school SDN Oenggae in Rote Ndao, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), said on the sidelines of a recent media visit held by World Vision Indonesia.

RI rolls out first humanitarian mission

The Jakarta Post, Bandung/Jakarta | Fri, 03/18/2011

Indonesia has dispatched a team of volunteers to Japan, which has endured severe damage from a massive 8.9-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami. 

Religious leaders ‘should help curb HIV

The Jakarta Post | Fri, 05/20/2011

JAKARTA: Interfaith cooperation among religious leaders would help to curb the spread of HIV, a senior official says.

“I sincerely hope that an interfaith cooperation will support the nation in achieving its target of curbing the spread of AIDS and protecting our children from the threat of AIDS and HIV,” Emil Agustiono from the Office of the Coordinating People’s Welfare Minister said Wednesday during the opening of a two-day interfaith conference on HIV and AIDS at the ministry’s offices in Jakarta, as quoted in a press release made available Thursday.

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