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 09/20/2019 A Glimmer of Hope for Preventing Infant Mortality Indonesia's national health insurance scheme has improved access to newborn and maternal health services for its most vulnerable communities. Article 09/20/2019 Learning how to bring families back together in Palu UNICEF supported social workers in Central Sulawesi to trace and reunite children who were separated from the families following the earthquake. Article 07/16/2019 Rizka on Cipta “Does there have to be a who? The world inspires me”; “I draw whatever speaks to me.” Article 07/16/2019 Indonesian teenagers fight bullying in schools Students in Klaten are learning to deal with peer violence and bullying at its roots. Article 06/03/2019 Teaching Parents the Power of Play A series of workshops in Kupang is empowering parents to provide meaningful play experiences for their children at home. Article 04/16/2019 Health Sector Review, Bappenas On 4 April 2019 nearly 300 experts from the Government of Indonesia, academia, professional associations, civil society and development agencies gathered. Article 02/21/2019 When all children are prepared for disasters One of UNICEF’s priorities in Sulawesi is to support the Government’s efforts in getting children back in school. Article 02/15/2019 Innovative technology speeds up tracing of children A 7.4 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi on 28 September unleashed a tsunami. Article 02/01/2019 Surviving the earthquake through breastfeeding Nela Anggraini inhaled deeply and placed her palm on her neighbour’s forehead. Article 02/01/2019 WASH facilities supported by UNICEF after Lombok earthquake UNICEF is supporting an emergency response in Lombok by providing sanitation facilities and educational resources. Article 01/28/2019 UNICEF support children in Lombok after disaster UNICEF to prevent sexual abuse and exploitation after a disaster in Lombok, Indonesia Article 12/04/2018 It's a long way from normal, but it's a start UNICEF successfully advocated a standard-setting first as the Government procured another 150 tents using UNICEF specifications in Central Sulawesi. Prev 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next Older stories For older stories, visit our UNICEF Indonesia blog site (2012-2018).