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Contextual Character Education Workshop in Ngada, East Nusa Tenggara

Wahana Visi Indonesisa (WVI) dan partners hold Contextual Character Education Workshop on April 8, 2016. The workshop took place at the Department of Education, Culture, Youth and Sports Hall in Ngada, Flores Island, East Nusa Tenggara Province.


WVI Encourages Private Sectors to Support Development in Jayapura

Papua has abundant national resources, however speaking of people welfare, the area falls behind with other area in Indonesia.


The Role Model of Early Childhood Education Program in Jayawijaya

Hans Kosay is a role model and an inspirational figure. His ideas inspire the people in Kosihilapok and Hubikosi Village. It began when Hans Kosay saw many children who were sick and dying because of the lack of health facilities.


Elisa Kogoya Saves His People from Death

Mr. Kogoya, Head of the Village Yaninggame, District Wame, in Jayapura, Papua Province, is very sad if diseases kill his people.


Head of the Village Helped a Pregnant Woman

It used to be a village maternity clinic (Polindes) in Kimbim, but there has not been medical orderly since 1998. Because of no health cadre in the village where Mrs. Wenda lives, the sick people have to walk to reach the nearest Puskesmas.

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