Nur Asyik Hidayatullah develops app to monitor toxic gas alert for volcanic eruption
Indonesians have adapted well to living with volcanoes, given that the country is part of the Pacifi... Read More
Fighting waste in Komodo National Park through community ‘trash banks’.
With its roaming Komodo dragons, sandy beaches, and turquoise-clear waters, Komodo National Park has... Read More
Dare to Hope: Building English skills for the visually impaired in Bali.
In March 2018, visually impaired students from various backgrounds practiced their conversational En... Read More
How an urban planner empowers women in Nansean village through weaving.
Indonesia’s cultural heritage of traditional weaving is fast disappearing in many parts of the... Read More
A Social Enterprise in Central Java Brings Bamboo Back
Bamboo has long been used in many places in Asia, as a building material, for furniture and also as... Read More
Empowering Domestic Violence Survivors Through Financial Literacy
There is nothing more empowering than the feeling of economic independence, particularly for women.... Read More
A Chance to Play and be a Kid!
Rambunctious laughter and great spirit filled a large field in Lebak Bulus, South Jakarta, one rainy... Read More
Young Indonesian Engineer Aqmarina Andira Teaching The Art of Storytelling
Colourful paints and poetic words swept through the National Library as children rediscovered the lo... Read More
Bringing Fun Back Into Education
School is a place where we get inspired and make friends before we set off towards our dream careers... Read More
Tisha Rumbewas: Finding Roots in Papua
Growing up in a remote area with a wealth of natural resources and diverse traditions, Tisha Rumbewa... Read More
Maths Wizard leads Disaster Risk Reduction Efforts
When the deadly 2004 Asian tsunami struck Indonesia’s Aceh province, it left a permanent mark... Read More
Scholar Yanuardi Syukur Reflects on Peace and Multiculturalism in Australia
Prolific writer and young Muslim scholar Yanuardi Syukur experienced first-hand the devastation caus... Read More
Rosita Tandos Sparks Economic Empowerment for Women in West Java.
Rosita Tandos graduated from Curtin University of Technology determined to do more for the economic... Read More
Bridging the Gap for Local Interpreters in Eastern Indonesia
The largest city in eastern Indonesia, Makassar, has been a hub of international trade dating back t... Read More
It Takes a Village to Care for the Elderly.
Indonesia is among the world’s five largest countries by population with more than 260 million... Read More