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Study: Women give more to charity than men

The Jakarta Post, 13 June 2011

Women across nearly every income level gave significantly to charity than men, nearly twice as much in some cases, according to a study by the Center on Philanthrophy at Indiana University.

Charity distribution 'needs' accountability, incentives

Jakarta Post, June 11, 2011

While Indonesians have a tradition of helping the needy, the country does not have accountability standards to provide people with information about the way their money is used and about tax incentives that encourage people to make donations, an expert says.

What is the real price of seafood?

Jakarta Post, June 12, 2011

The world "trafficking" normally brings to mind images of women and children trafficked for the sex trade but the truth is the fish or shirmp on your plate is more likely to have pimped by traffickers buying and selling labor for the fishing industry...and this is especially true in Southeast Asia.

Fisherman 'suffer' as oil spill compensation delayed

The Jakarta Post, May 20, 2011

The deadlock surrounding negotiations over compensation concerning the Montara oil spill has left traditional fishing communities in Rote Ndao regency, East Nusa Tenggara

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.

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