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Some schoolchildren in Sungai Kura live in wooden huts in the vicinity of their school without any parents around.
Several bamboo varieties are used to revive a plot of land in critical condition, formerly the site of illegal gold mining, in West Sumat.
East Flores is launching a serious campaign against stunting. The regent and village regulations threaten those in violation with various sanctions.
A former rice and peanut farmer in Bantul, Yogyakarta, cultivates dozens of local banana varieties organically.
Damianus Tony claims he can now sleep better. Electricity has entered his home in Lanjau hamlet, Batu Riam village in Sintang, West Kalimantan.
The people of Riam Batu can now enjoy clean water from the nearby river. Together, they protect the forest to keep the clear water flowing.
Young Mentawai tattoo artists are attempting to revive the region's dying tattoo art.
Tonny Trimarasnto opened his home in Klaten, Central Java, to those interested in documentary film. Some of their works have made it into film.
The tradition of horse racing in the Minang area (West Sumatra) has lasted for centuries.
Sanggar Taruna Krida Rasa teaches Malang's children and teenagers the art of puppeteering. The studio hopes to preserve wayang theater.
Besides studying religion, students of Kali Opak Islamic School combine culture and the arts in their studies.
Palmer Keen's interest in Indonesia's culture and traditions has taken him to the country's various corners, to record unique sounds.
Sakinah Trash Bank has done more than manage trash produced by Padang City residents as they also helped local residents earn more through recycling.
Residents of Jagran hamlet in Klaten cleaned and reordered the Pusur River and its surroundings.
Agustina Kahi Atanau dedicates her life to conserving and promoting Sumba's handwoven textile.
In Malang, a group of youngsters is making the community pay attention to disability issues, particularly for the Deaf.
Residents of Sukadana village in North Lombok turned to beekeeping to improve their economy. The village has become an educational tourism destination
The last lowland tropical in Sumatra is threatened by the planned construction of a road meant for coal transport.
Shrimp and crabs caught in Lubuk Kertang's mangrove forest now yield hundreds of millions of rupiah.
As many as 50 farmer groups in West Lampung have committed to safeguarding a protected forest.