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Strategic Review of Food Security and Nutrition in Indonesia 2019-2020 Update

As Indonesia has been experiencing impressive economic advancement and emerging as an upper-middle income country, it has also recorded important progress in enhancing food security and nutrition. Access to food increased and undernutrition continued to decrease over the last few years. However, the nutritional status of Indonesians is still low by international standards, and the variation across regions remains huge.

 

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This study aims to explore economic-political factors that can support or inhibit the creation and implementation of educational innovations at the local level. 

 

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This study aims at answering: Why do young Indonesians want to be a teacher? and How do beginning teachers undergo their first years of being a teacher?

 

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This baseline study will establish the initial conditions and profiles of children and households prior to the Eliminating Child Labour in Tobacco Growing (ECLT) intervention program.

Diagnostic Study of Child Labour in Rural Areas (with Special Emphasis on Tobacco Farming)

This study is motivated by the fact that amid the Government of Indonesia’s efforts to eliminate child labour, there is very limited information regarding the condition of child labour in the country, especially in the tobacco sector. Against this background, this study investigates the condition and root causes of child labour in two of the largest tobacco producing kabupaten (district) in Indonesia—Jember and Lombok Timur. This study collected information from children, parents, and related stakeholders in relation to activities and work in tobacco growing.

Child Multidimensional Poverty in Indonesia

In general poverty reduction uses two approaches: economic development to increase income, and community empowerment to improve the capacity of human resources. The success of poverty reduction schemes is determined, among others, by its policy and targeting accuracy. The policy can be targeted at the community, family, or individual which is disaggregated by age and gender.

 

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