​Source: The GuardianDate: 23 April 2020 New research finds 147 million will be hit by floods by the end of the decade – 'the numbers will be catastrophic'  ​The number of people harmed by floods will double worldwide by 2030, according to a new analysis. The World Resources Institute, a global...
As we celebrate the Earth Day, we should remember that 75% of plastic waste in Indonesia is mismanaged. Many of the plastic waste are simply burned or dumped on land, which could leak into the water bodies and dangerous for the environment. A Multi-Stakeholder Action Plan has been develope...
​Source: Kompas.comDate: 21 April 2020​ ​Dozens of homes in several places in the urban area of ​​Cianjur, West Java, flooded on Tuesday (4/21/2020). There were no casualties in the morning incident. However, property and furniture belonging to residents were damaged due to flooding. Kompas.com moni...
Source: Ministry of Public Works and Public HousingDate: 18 April 2020 ​Jakarta - The Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) is conducting a market sounding with the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme for the Karian-Serpong Regional SPAM project worth Rp 2.21 trillion. Market s...
​Source: JatimnowDate: 14 April 2020 Heavy rains that flushed many areas caused Welang River water discharge in Tambakrejo Village, Kraton District, Pasuruan Regency to overflow. The highway or the Pasuruan North Coast (Pantura) Road was flooded. "All vehicles cannot cross, because the overflow wate...
​Source: CNN IndonesiaDate: 13 April 2020 ​The government has officially declared the coronavirus outbreak (Covid-19) a national disaster. Determination of the status of the national disaster was stated in Presidential Decree Number 12 of 2020 concerning Determination of Non-Disaster Spread of Covid...
​Source: The ASEAN PostDate: 13 April 2020 With the current COVID-19 health crisis looming – infecting close to two million people worldwide, governments have imposed drastic measures to contain the virus. It was reported that three billion people are currently under lockdown worldwide in an effort ...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 11 April 2020​ ​Amid the current pandemic and in the absence of effective vaccines and antiviral drugs, preventive measures are essential to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Numerous scientists, health professionals, officials, teachers and parents are tirelessly remindi...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 10 April 2020​ ​Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has urged all residents to stay at home for the next 14 days as the capital city imposed large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) on Friday to cut the chain of COVID-19 spread. Jakarta is the first province in the country t...
​Source: Kompas.comDate: 7 April 2020 ​DKI Jakarta will be the first province to implement a large-scale social restriction policy (PSBB) in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.  This is because the Minister of Health (Menkes) Terawan Agus Putranto has approved the DKI Jakarta Provincial Governme...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 6 April 2020​ ​Indonesia's death toll from the novel coronavirus disease topped 200 on Monday, with the government voicing particular concern about transmission from asymptomatic carriers as the number of positive cases continue to rise. Health Ministry Disease Control...
​Source: Media IndonesiaDate: 3 April 2020​​ ​Indonesia economy is expected to grow 2.5% by 2020 amid a new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, down from 5.0% in 2019. According to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) report released today, Friday (3/4). "Although Indonesia has a strong macroeconomic found...
​Source: Media IndonesiaDate: 3 April 2020​ ​Head of the COVID-19 Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling COVID, Doni Monardo, revealed that the number of coronavirus cases (COVID-19) is estimated to reach 106,278 in July. The projection is based on a review of the State Intelligence Agency (BIN...
​Source: detikNewsDate: 31 March 2020 ​Jakarta - President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has decided on the central government's policy to deal with the latest Coronavirus (COVID-19), namely Large-Scale Social Restrictions. For this reason, Jokowi asked all local governments not to take their own policies. "...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 30 March 2020 ​Kuala Tanjung Port in North Sumatra made its debut in the global container market, with its first shipment on Saturday, as Indonesia bids to tap into the lucrative Strait of Malacca shipping trade dominated by Singapore and Malaysia. The container shippe...

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