Day: December 8, 2022

Officers urged to help residents clear earthquake debris

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) instructed the military and police to help residents to clear debris from houses damaged by the earthquake that hit in November in Cianjur District, West Java. The president delivered his instruction directly to III/Siliwangi Regional Military Commander Major General Kunto Arief Wibowo and West Java Police

Rebuild quake-damaged Cianjur school in 3 months: Widodo

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has asked Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) Minister Basuki Hadimuljono to complete the rebuilding of Sukamaju 1 Public Elementary School (SDN), which was damaged in the Cianjur earthquake, within three months. “I have instructed the Minister of PUPR to rebuild the elementary school in three

Maternal, infant mortality rates indicators of national health: BKKBN

The National Population and Family Planning Agency (BKKBN) stressed that the Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) and Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) were gauges of a nation’s health status. “Actually, the maternal and infant mortality rates are the gauge of the nation’s health status. On the other hand, (addressing) extreme poverty is

Construction progress of Jakarta-Bandung Fast Train reaches 91.7 pct

Acting Director General of Railways of the Ministry of Transportation Risal Wasal stated that progress in construction of the Jakarta-Bandung Fast Train (KCJB) had reached 91.70 percent. “The progress in construction as of December 2022 is 91.70 percent based on the calculation of the actual investment value that has been

Indonesia spotlights its groundwater management actions at UN forum

Environment and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya outlined various synergistic actions that Indonesia had taken to protect and manage groundwater sustainably, including by implementing the smart water management concept, at the UN Water Summit on Groundwater. Indonesia realizes the importance of groundwater that is discussed as an integral part of other

Ninety-seven companies have relocated plants to Central Java: Governor

At least 97 companies have relocated their plants to various parts of Central Java in the past few years, Governor Ganjar Pranowo has said. “By the end of this year, a total of 97 companies have relocated their plants to various areas in Central Java,” he stated in Semarang on