West Nusa Tenggara


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.

Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) Contextual Analysis/Formative Research for the Plan's Water for Women Indonesia

Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM): A Case Study of Primary and Junior High School Students in Indonesia

Global studies reveal that there are correlations between sanitation facilities in schools and transition rate as well as attendance rate of female students when they are menstruating. In Indonesia, most primary schools are lacking in terms of sanitation facilities’ hygiene, however studies about menstrual hygiene management (MHM) are still limited.












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The Well-Being of Poor Children Left by Their Mothers who Become Migrant Workers: Case Study in Two Kabupaten in Indonesia

The objective of this study is to obtain a description of child well-being, caregiving arrangements, and child caregiving practices in both poor migrant and non-migrant families in two migrant sending districts, namely Kabupaten Banyumas and Kabupaten Lombok Tengah. This description is followed by an explanation of government and community support, especially for poor children who were left by their migrant mothers.

A Socioeconomic Analysis of National Road Improvements in Indonesia: A Case Study of the 2015 EINRIP Road Improvement in Dompu and Sumbawa

This report describes the result of the qualitative socioeconomic monitoring conducted by The SMERU Research Institute toward the EINRIP road improvement in Kabupaten Sumbawa and Kabupaten Dompu in the Province of West Nusa Tenggara. The objective of the road improvement was to support socioeconomic development in the eastern Indonesian region through improvement of a national road network that can meet standards of quality and accessibility, thus enabling the development of local and regional economies.

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