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BPS announced Indonesia's poverty rate up to September 2019 reached 9.22 percent. This is a 0.19 percentage point reduction from March.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) states that Indonesia needs heroic figures who fight for eradicating poverty, ignorance, and inequality.
The latest research by the Asian Development Bank or ADB revealed that 22 million Indonesians still suffered from chronic hunger in 2016-2018.
TNP2K recently reported that one percent of the country's wealthiest are in control of nearly half of national assets based on their survey.
Vice President Jusuf Kalla laments the high public welfare gap in Indonesia, in which the highest is reportedly in the capital city of Jakarta.
The Acceleration of Poverty Alleviation Team (TNP2K) has submitted its final report today, Oct. 9, highlighting the poverty rate and state assets.
Indef said that Joko Widodo or Jokowi's administration has yet to meet the target of poverty rate as set in the 2015-2019 RPJMN.
The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) recorded the percentage of poor people in March 2019 declined by 0.25 percent compared to that of September 2018.
The National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) is optimistic that Indonesia's poverty rate and Gini coefficient will continue to see improvements
National Development Planning Minister said poverty alleviation would remain as the government's priority despite the rate lowered to 9.66 pct in 2018
Indonesia has been striving to reduce its poverty rate that is expected to reach 9% by the end of this year, stated Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro.
BPS report states 25.67 million people living in poverty compared to the previous statistic of 25.95 percent.
Failed crops threaten more than 6,000 residents of Agandugume District in Puncak, Papua Province with starvation.
Slow economic growth and lack of new jobs have affected efforts to reduce poverty rate.
BPS chief is doubtful that the number of poor people in Indonesia can be lowered drastically.
Jakarta's halfway houses are ready to accommodate starving residents or residents who have not been able to land a permanent job.
The punishment or sanction for those who give money or items to beggars is a fine of Rp20 million or 60-day maximum prison sentence.
Poor economic conditions of the people and the limited number of jobs in the border area cause the smuggling.
As of March 2013, the number of people living below the poverty line in Indonesia reaches more than 28 million.
Just recently police discovered DD and AS sold three of their babies, one of which was handed over to AS's cousin for a fee of Rp500,000 in 2009.