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Foreword: Resilient Women for an Unwavering Indonesia

Women in Indonesia face a variety of challenges, ranging from vulnerability to natural disasters and the climate crisis to insufficient economic literacy. Women also experience poverty and limited access to basic services such as health and education, hampering their active participation in social, economic, political and

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Data Awareness: a Weapon for Labour Unions

The Labor School makes workers aware, robust data recording and processing is a strong weapon in labor negotiations. Ismarlina, a worker at a garment factory, remembers very well about the lack of data collection and usage by her labour union in the past.   “We used to receive complaints

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New Hope for the Women of Sukaluyu

The women of Sukaluyu village are equipped with various skills to improve their quality of life and future. From morning till night, the life of Susi Suhaeni, 29, is filled with taking care of household matters and doing her job as a tea picker. She is

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Goodbye Lack of Confidence, Hello Future

Thousands young womenof Bandung Regency has grown a much higher appreciation for themselves and are now eager to plan their future. “I’m quiet and rarely socialize. Not many people know the story of my sad life, “said Alya Nurul Wijaya, a seventh grade student of SMP

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Purple Sweet Potato and The Clear Voice to Progress

Women emerge as the main drivers of food security and no longer hesitate to be active in the public sector. Kause’s eyes lit up as she showed off harvesting her purple sweet potato crop. “Unlike other tubers that only grow during the rainy season, purple sweet potatoes

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Making Schools Not Only Comfortable, but Also Safe

Partnering schools now have Standard Operating Procedures to protect their students from sexual abuse. This is a sad reality: sexual abuse against children occurs most often in the school environment. Data from the Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI) complaints shows that in 2018 there were 177 cases of

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Nimble and Responsive at All Stages

Disaster Resilient Women are active drivers of flood disaster management in Jakarta. The rooster had not yet crowed signalling dawn when Nining Kartini sent a message to the WhatsApp (WA) group on her cellphone. At the area of Rukun Warga (RW) 02 Rawa Buaya Urban Village, said

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When Moms Become Reconstruction Pioneers

Women disaster survivors in Central Sulawesi are now becoming more resilient and capable in overseeing the reconstruction of their houses. The life of Marlina, 42 years old, changed drastically when an earthquake hit her house in Soulowe Village, Sigi Regency. The house of the Kindergarten (TK) honorary teacher is

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Finding the Voice for Our Change

Women workers are now able to voice the urge for changes. Starting from company policies on prevention of sexual abuse, to better behavior for health. Being poked by a male mechanic worker has become commonplace for Indriyani, 25, a woman worker in a garment factory. “They said they

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About Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP)

Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP) has been present in Indonesia since 1967, starting with food distribution activities and providing supplementary food. YCP’s activities have extended to include clean water and sanitation, community empowerment, environment, climate change, disaster response assistance, and empowerment of women and youth. Over

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