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Indonesia: Children and Adolescents Disproportionately Impacted by the Economic Fallout from COVID-19 – UNICEF and BKF
New study highlights the effects of the pandemic on child poverty and the potential of social protection measures aimed at mitigating their impact
The impact of COVID-19 on child poverty and mobility
How the economic shocks resulting from COVID-19 affect child poverty and the success of social protection measures aimed at mitigating the impact.
(PDF, 11,43 MB)
85 per cent of families in Indonesia received support on COVID-19 but more efforts are needed to reach the poorest - UN report
UNICEF, UNDP, SMERU impact study on the pandemic in disaster-hit areas reveals much vulnerability.
Be grateful for every penny: Marlina’s story
Indonesia’s first locally funded social protection programme for children is helping families in Sabang meet their health and nutritional needs
A real-time big data & artificial intelligence platform to allow policy makers and citizens to understand the levels of movement and mobility,
The State of Children in Indonesia
Trends, Opportunities and Challenges for Realizing Children’s Rights
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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.
Innovative technology speeds up tracing of children
A 7.4 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi on 28 September unleashed a tsunami.
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