Saturday, 25 May 2013 | 06:20
This exhibition is aimed at increasing the cultural ties between
Yogyakarta and NTT in order to rid NTT's poor image of being
initiators of violence.
Saturday, 25 May 2013 | 05:26
Tourism villages still lack facilities and infrastructure and
have difficulties asking for aid from the government.
Wednesday, 28 September, 2011 | 12:44 WIB
Papua, Indonesia’s poorest province
TEMPO Interactive, JAYAPURA:The latest figures from the bureau of statistics show that Papua is the poorest province in Indonesia.
“Around 36.8 percent or 980,000 of a total 2.8 million people in Papua are poor,” said Ali Said from the Central Bureau of Statistics’ (BPS) Analysis and Statistic Development Directorate, yesterday.
According to Ali, the measurement was based on the components of food, which is equal to 2,100 kkl per capita per day. The basic food need is represented by 52 commodities, including rice.