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Alvian Wardhana teaches thousands of children in villages in South Kalimantan using methods that enable them to understand lessons better.
The mangrove forest where residents of Enggros village obtain food is a precious location reserved exclusively for women.
Many classrooms in Kupang Regency are constructed from makeshift materials. Some schools got assistance for renovation.
The Mentawai culture is being expurgated by modern life. Yet the people of Simatalu on Siberut Island are still complying with their old traditions.
A large number of residents of Uraso in North Luwu earn their living from the hundreds of trees in their fields, from jengkol to pepper.
Areca palm frond midribs used to be nothing but waste for the residents of Mendis in South Sumatra but now, they make them into eco-friendly utensils.
A sacred bathing site discovered in Jombang Regency, East Java, is believed to have been built during the reign of King Airlangga.
Regions in East Java are aiming for zero stunting in children.
Osing youths are preserving the tradition of recitation of Lontar Yusup poetry and also involved in the documentation of old manuscripts in Banyuwangi
A number of regional administrations are striving hard to make human rights the basis of their policies.
Many fishers in North Maluku are caught up in a net of rent seeker debt making it difficult for them to achieve prosperity.
The ivory hornbill or rangkong is a symbol of courage and bravery for Dayak community in Kalimantan.
Analysis of navigation system data by the Global Fishing Watch helped capture an illegal fishing vessel long wanted by the Interpol.
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.