Source: MongabayDate: November 17, 2021. Indonesia has scaled back its target for mangrove restoration this year, but says its longer-term goal of rehabilitating 630,000 hectares (1.55 million acres) by 2024 remains unchanged. It blames "technical hurdles," including the diversion of funding for the...
Source: UNICEFDate: July 30, 2021 Concrete steps to maintain the sustainability of sanitation services during the COVID-19 pandemic Just as water is a daily necessity, we cannot stop using sanitation facilities – even during COVID-19 or natural disasters. Nevertheless, during the COVID-19 pandemic, ...
Source: MongabayDate: July 20, 2021 This year's forest fire season in Indonesia is expected to be less severe than in previous years, but the haze from the burning could still compound the coronavirus crisis in the country. Favorable weather conditions and ongoing efforts to restore peatlands point ...
Source: ANTARA News Date: 11 February 2021 The increase is related to the application of health protocols during the pandemic. Clean water needs in Indonesia rose two- to three-fold during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to under normal conditions, according to a survey conducted by the Indonesi...
Source: Tempo.co Date: 22 October 2020  "Grow, Nourish, Sustain. Together", the theme of the World Food Day 2020 reminds us all of what needs to become a priority: making diversified healthy diets available and accessible to all. In Indonesia, almost one-third of the children below 5 years...
Source: Tirto.ID Date: 15 October 2020  KLHK telah mengeluarkan Surat Edaran MenLHK nomor 2 tahun 2020 tentang Pengelolaan Limbah Infeksius dan Sampah Rumah Tangga dari Penanganan COVID-19. Pasien COVID-19 di Indonesia semakin bertambah setiap harinya, sejak temuan kasus pertama pada awal ...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 29 March 2020 ​While local administrations have begun to block road access into their areas in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, the government has prepared to quarantine the country's capital, which has been most affected by the disease. The Transportatio...
​Source: Tempo.co Date: 19 March 2020​ ​TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Researchers at the Center for Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) predicts that Indonesia's coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic peak will happen at the end of March and eventually end in mid-April....
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 18 March 2020 ​Indonesia's death toll from the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19 jumped to 19 on Wednesday, the highest in Southeast Asia to date, as the government announced that the number of infected people had reached 227. Health Ministry Disease Control and Preve...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 3 March 2020 The World Health Organization has called on the public in general to remain calm after Indonesia confirmed its first coronavirus cases in the country, as the UN health body raised the possibility that more cases may be detected in the near future. "We are ...
​Source: BBC IndonesiaDate: 2 March 2020​ ​The Minister of Health, Terawan Agus Putranto, said two Indonesian citizens in Depok, West Java, were positively infected by the coronavirus alias Covid-19 and in "good condition". He stressed that the government would not isolate or stop activities in Depo...