From a digital tech maestro to waste management expert, there was nothing short of inspiring when three innovative women converged at UNDP Indonesia this week, to share their illustrative stories to UN audience. Click to find out more about the story.
The PROTECT project will also collaborate with UNDP’s other project on violent extremism, CONVEY, which places more emphasis on promoting tolerance through religious education and youth empowerment.
Nurul Latifah has emerged to embody the spirit of International Women’s Day 2019. She was one of the 16 outstanding women in Indonesia who received an invitation to meet President Joko Widodo for the International Women’s Day this year .
Universities have important and strategic roles for the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia. To ensure that Indonesia can reach the 17 goals, 169 targets and more than 300 indicators in the year 2030, active participation and significant contributions from all parties are needed.
To increase the awareness of women and girls in STEM, UNDP Indonesia recently hosted its first SDGTalks focusing on the SDG #5 – Gender Equality, in celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in STEM.
A UNDP programme ensures no wastage as Indonesian families rebuild after a severe earthquake.
Cash for Work is part of the UNDP's rapid disaster relief programme of USD 1.4 million which supports recovery. Funding comes from the UN Central Emergency Response Fund, and UNDP.

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