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  • Keeping Paloh’s Turtles Safe

    Keeping Paloh’s Turtles Safe

    Paloh residents are helping protect sea turtles along the regency’s coast. WWF offered to provide guidance.

  • Guarding the Sea Protectors

    Guarding the Sea Protectors

    The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has declared six of the seven sea turtle species as endangered.

  • Prison Catfish Sold at a Superstore

    Prison Catfish Sold at a Superstore

    Inmates at a correctional facility in Sungguminasa, Gowa Regency, are raising catfish. Now their fish are sold at a hypermarket in Makassar.

  • Preparing for a New Life

    Preparing for a New Life

    Correctional facilities are not always places where only sanctions are carried out; they can also function to rehabilitate inmates and teach them new skills, preparing them for life outside of prison.

  • Working Together for a Healthy Environment

    Working Together for a Healthy Environment

    Villagers in Kubu Raya, West Kalimantan, are working together to build toilets for disadvantaged families. Village governments are assisting by helping fund the work.

  • Improving Sanitation at Home

    Improving Sanitation at Home

    Nearly half of all Indonesians do not have proper sanitation.

  • Celebrating Our Traditional Music

    Celebrating Our Traditional Music

    Despite the nation’s rich history of traditional arts and music, much of the archipelago’s ethnic music has been forgotten.

  • Education at the Border

    Education at the Border

    The children of Indonesian migrant workers in Sabah, Malaysia, now have the opportunity to attend school in Nunukan, North Kalimantan. Some are currently pursuing tertiary education.

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