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Indonesia and Children and young people

  • Capital: Jakarta
  • Population: 242968342
  • Size: 1919440.0 Km2

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The BLDS children & young people collection
The BLDS children & young people collection
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Case studies on UNICEF programming in child protection
United Nations Children's Fund 2014
These case studies illustrate how UNICEF support is helping countries to strengthen child protection systems and promote social change to align social norms and practices with child protection. The case studies provide evidence of pos...
Access, Services and Knowledge (ASK) Programme - essential packages manual
Youth Empowerment Alliance 2014
The Essential Packages Manual was produced as part of the "Access, Services and Knowledge" (ASK) programme of the Youth Empowerment Alliance, which seeks to improve the sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) of young people (15-...
Children’s action for disaster risk reduction: views from children in Asia
International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR) 2012
This report indicates that Asian children and youth have been involved in hazard mapping, raising awareness through radio and games, as well as influencing other children, their teachers, parents and communities on how to reduce the e...
Children’s vulnerability to climate change and disaster impacts in East Asia and the Pacific
J. Lawler / United Nations Children's Fund 2011
In 2011, UNICEF commissioned field research in Indonesia, Kiribati, Mongolia, Philippines and Vanuatu to determine if there were noticeable patterns and trends of climate change and disaster impacts on children. This regional report s...
Need for comprehensive support strategies for orphans: evidence from Indonesia and Mexico
P Gertler / Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley 2004
This paper investigates the effects of parental death and disability on investments in children's human capital using panel data sets from Indonesia and Mexico. The results in this analysis suggest that parental loss does, in fact, re...
Orphanhood and chronic poverty in Indonesia: how do these factors impact on education and health?
D. Suryadarma; Y. M. Pakpahan; A. Suryahadi / Chronic Poverty Research Centre, UK 2009
What are the impacts of of parental death and chronic poverty on children's education and health in Indonesia? This paper estimates the short- and long-term effects of maternal and paternal death on children’s school enrolment, ...
Technology-based vocational skills training for marginalized girls and young women in Indonesia
G. Dunkley; C. Haddad (ed) / UNESCO Bangkok 2008
In most impoverished communities, there has long been a heavy reliance on self-help mechanisms and micro-enterprise development (especially among women) in the informal economy for household and community survival and local income-gen...
Addressing the problem of cross- border child trafficking in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Indonesia
R. Coomaraswamy; A. Satkunanathan / International Labour Organization 2006
What are the inadequacies of the legal frameworks addressing the problem of cross- border trafficking? This extensive paper looks at international legal frameworks, and regional conventions. It highlights inadequacies of the legal fra...
Can education partnerships promote equal opportunities for girls?
United Nations Girls' Education Initiative 2007
This document looks at education partnerships as a way of empowering girls and promoting equal opportunities. It discuses seven case studies from East Asia on programmes addressing the educational needs of girls, particularly those wh...
Good practices in eliminating the worst forms of Asian child labour 2006
Child trafficking is widespread in much of Asia. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) estimates that children make up 40 to 50 per cent of the 2.45 million persons trafficked for exploitative labour. The ILO Convention on the W...
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