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Livelihoods

UAP Training part 2 – BPTP

Last June, ADRA Indonesia and the people of Bantar Gebang visited BPTP (Balai Pengkajian Teknologi Pertanian) / Agriculture Technology’s Institute to do another training for

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Livelihoods

A new life has begun

It has been 4 months since UAP has been implemented in Bantar Gebang, especially in Sumur Batu and Ciketing Udik villages. ADRA Indonesia through ADRA

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Livelihoods

Sriwedari women empowerment

Sriwedari project that ADRA Indonesia has started in the village of Cemara Jaya in Karawang since March 2014 last year has come to an end

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Health

WASH Barus water project

NORTH BARUS – SIBOLGA. ADRA Indonesia’s WASH North Barus Project, supported by ADRA International successfully accomplished water facilities construction with 415 Water Piping System installed

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Health

A Commitment to end malnutrition

The INSTINCT (Improving Nutritional Status of Indigenous Community Toddlers) Project focuses on the under five through posyandu revitalization program involving the roles and integrated strategies

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Disaster Risk Reduction

Rising Up to reduce Disaster Risks

Background Six years ago (July 17, 2006), Pangandaran village and some southern coastal regions in Java were hit by the unpredicted tsunami. Some NGOs have

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Health

Rising up for nourishment

Background Under-five children‘s nutritional status indicates community welfare, child survival measures, and reflections on conditions in which children (and others in society) live, including their

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Health

Rising up for total sanitation

Background People of Lombok put their fate in tourism as one of the sectors for economic growth. While Lombok is progressively becoming the second home

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Health

Sorong selatan HIV prevention

Papua has the highest prevalence of HIV/AIDS cases. Aside the access to VCTs (Voluntary Counseling and Testing) is very low, coming to these facilities will

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