Page Stories Read our latest stories about children in Indonesia UNICEF Indonesia/2018/Noorani Available in:EnglishBahasa Indonesia Article Amid an infodemic, volunteers help families UNICEF is partnering with Nahdlatul Ulama to deploy volunteers directly to communities with accurate information on how to stay safe during the pandemic Read the story Article Shades in the Crayon Box: The Stories of Kevin and Syaiful Under the 1in11 partnership, madrasas in Central Java are making inclusive education a reality for students with disabilities Read the story Article Inside a health centre that has kept its doors open Staff at the Tegalrejo puskesmas continue to provide essential services for children and pregnant mothers during COVID-19 Read the story Article Young people take the lead on mental health In Indonesia, online sessions for young people by young people provide mental health and psychosocial support in the time of a pandemic Read the story Article 5 reasons not to worry about vaccinating your child Five ways to ensure parents and caregivers can safely bring their children to health facilities for vaccinations Read the story Article Diversity is a Source of Learning: The Story of Atika Under the 1in11 partnership, madrasas in Central Java are making inclusive education a reality for students with disabilities Read the story All stories from the country Article 12/03/2019 Growing into Hope Agnia and Farhan find hope from inclusive education Article 11/28/2019 Keeping Children Healthy in Face of Adversity Stigma is still one of the big challenges faced by PLHIV in Indonesia, including West Papua. Article 11/28/2019 Less Alone: How Peer Supporter Helps The 32 years old, Siti, is really passionate and active in supporting PLHIV in Sorong, especially pregnant women. Article 11/27/2019 Living a Full Life with HIV “I found out that I have HIV in 2009. That was after my first husband had gotten sick, and the doctor suggested me to take the test too,” explained Ratna. Article 11/01/2019 Reflections on CRC Article 6: The right to be alive. Reflections on CRC Article 6: Every child has the right to be alive. Governments must make sure that children survive and develop in the best possible way. Article 11/01/2019 Reflections on CRC Article 27: Food, clothing, a safe home Children have the right to food, clothing and a safe place to live so they can develop in the best possible way. Article 11/01/2019 Reflections on CRC Article 37: Children in detention Children who are accused of breaking the law should not be killed, tortured, treated cruelly, put in prison forever, or put in prison with adults... Article 11/01/2019 Reflections on CRC Article 34: Protection from sexual abuse The government should protect children from sexual exploitation (being taken advantage of) and sexual abuse... Article 11/01/2019 Reflection on CRC Article 32: Protection from Harmful Work Every child has the right to be protected from work that is harmful to their health or development. Children who do work have the right to be safe and paid Article 11/01/2019 Reflections on CRC Article 31: Rest, play, culture, arts Every child has the right to rest, relax, play and to take part in cultural and creative activities. Article 11/01/2019 Reflections on CRC Article 29: Aims of Education Children’s education should help them fully develop their personalities, talents and abilities. It should teach them to understand their own rights... Article 11/01/2019 Reflections on CRC Article 28: Access to education Every child has the right to an education. Primary education should be free. Secondary and higher education should be available to every child. Prev 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next Older stories For older stories, visit our UNICEF Indonesia blog site (2012-2018).