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Globally, air pollution kills an estimated 7 million people annually in Indonesia according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Management of the pharmacy, of water supply, Covid-19 program, infrastructures, and day-to-day organisations.
In Indonesia, 8.4 million children are stunted (excessively small for their age) and suffer from chronic malnutrition It is the underlying factor...
A pandemic can only be overcome when all help and share.
Astrazeneca vaccination will be held on September 26, 2021 at Rumah Sanur Creative Hub.
The principal causes of ill-health and mortality among children in developing countries are outlined and the prospects for improvement through the provision of education, health services, adequate nutrition, clean drinking water, sanitation, and other basic, but vital needs.
Education is actually an effort to develop all the potential possessed by humans
Continuation of the flood response response and Seroja silkon in NTT #ActforNTT,
Welcoming poses with fellow volunteers who were distributing material aid for the shelters of residents affected by the disaster, and also the children who stopped by to play at our basecamp.
Happy and enthusiastic when we received the support of a vehicle to support our activities in remote hills and unpaved roads in Sumba.
We went to Sumba using a Truck of Life which would take approximately 4 days (Bali-Sumba)
There were children playing with toys in the yard, while the volunteers were busy weighing the zinc nails in the side hallway.
Because Kawan Baik aim to contribute to the development in the lagging areas, we need to map out the most urgent issues in every area where we work.
Nevertheless, sometimes it is a difficult process to determine what the real problem is, to decide what to prioritize, and to find the most effective method to solve the problem.
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Sumba Photo Stories
Action for Sumba Photo Stories. Triggers for social-medical action!
Build Mbinu Dita
AIDS 65 Children from ages 8 to 10,
To go back to school!
Act to complement the village of Sumba
With First Aid Kit equipment!
Home for social projects for the future of Sumba education and health.