Day: December 21, 2022

Jakarta Health Office provides COVID vaccination services at churches

The Health Office of Jakarta opened COVID-19 vaccination services at several churches spread across 44 sub-districts on December 21-24, 2022, to support Christmas celebrations. “To support the Christmas celebration, we have readied booths for vaccination at big churches in each sub-district,” Head of the Jakarta Health Office Widyastuti stated here

IEU CEPA negotiations to be completed in 2023: Coordinating Minister

Coordinating Economic Affairs Minister Airlangga Hartarto stated that negotiations on a comprehensive economic cooperation agreement between Indonesia and the European Union (Indonesia-European Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement/IEU CEPA) would be completed in 2023. “IEU CEPA is expected to be completed in 2023,” the minister stated at the 2023 Indonesia Economic Outlook

BKKBN asks students to build awareness against early marriage

The National Population and Family Planning Agency (BKKBN) has urged university students to build public awareness on the need for avoiding early marriage and tackling anemia to prevent an increase in stunting cases. “All students must have the courage to declare a generation free from early marriage and free from

Minister impressed by revamped Bandar Grissee Heritage Tourism Area

Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno was amazed by the revitalization of the heritage tourism area Bandar Grissee in Gresik, East Java, which was accomplished without removing historical traces. “We are very impressed by the launch of the heritage tourism of the old city of Bandar Grissee. I have

West Kalimantan builds collaboration under social forestry program

The West Kalimantan provincial government has launched a collaborative scheme under the social forestry program to tackle economic inequality and benefit communities living near forests. “This refers to Ministerial Regulation No. 9 of 2021 concerning social forestry management, which has placed the social forestry program as a collaborative scheme for

Mother’s Day expected to inspire women to participate in development

The national Mother’s Day commemoration should spur women to contribute to the advancement of Indonesia, Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection (PPPA) Minister Bintang Puspayoga has said. “The national Mother’s Day momentum should be an inspiration for Indonesian women. (In the past) women had a role in the (Indonesian) independence struggle.