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Mahardika has reported for Tempo since 2010 and covered the battle between the Philippines army and ISIS militants in Marawi, Mindanao.

The Gadjah Mada University graduate is now the editor for Majalah Tempo's interview section. 


Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Arifin Tasrif at the opening of the G20 Energy Transitions Ministerial Meeting in Nusa Dua, Bali, September 2, 2022. 
Employees gather amid clashes between Chinese and Indonesian workers at a nickel smelter in Morowali, Central Sulawesi, in this undated social media video released January 16. 
Revi Limbong via REUTERS
Saraiyah, NTB KLU Nusantara Women’s School Principal and women’s activist, in Sukadana village, North Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara, December 16.
TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W
A woman looks at a gate of the Kanjuruhan Stadium, after a riot and stampede following the soccer match between Arema and Persebaya in Malang, East Java, October 3.
REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
Bambang Supriyanto, Director-General of Social Forestry and Environmental Partnership at the Environment and Forestry Ministry.
TEMPO/Rahma Dwi Safitri
Heavy machinery in the Ogan Komering Ilir concession area, South Sumatra.
Auriga Nusantara/Hafid
Nasrullah, Director-General of the Livestock and Animal Health of the Ministry of Agriculture.
A worker arranges packaged frozen meat in a specific warehouse the Central Sulawesi Bulog Office in Palu, Central Sulawesi, July 3.
ANTARA FOTO/Mohamad Hamz
Warga menerima makanan dan minuman secara gratis dari Armada Humanity Food Bus Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) di kawasan Masjid Agung Sidoarjo, Jawa Timur 10 Juni 2022. ANTARA/Umarul Faruq
Students of the Nurul Haramain Islamic Boarding School join an English Class after the afternoon communal afternoon prayer in the school’s main hall on April 20.
TEMPO/ Abdul Latief Apriaman
Levana Sani at her work place, April 18.
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Master Parulian Tumanggor
The Palm Oil Plantation Fund Management Agency CEO Eddy Abdurrachman in Jakarta, June 2020.
TEMPO/Muhammad Hidayat
An official fills up B30 fuel in a vehicle during the B30 launching at the ministry of energy and mineral resources, Jakarta, June 2019.
TEMPO/Tony Hartawan
A worker screens crude palm in a local palm oil factory in the Serdang Bedagai, North Sumatra, November 2011.
REUTERS/Y.T Haryono/File Photo
Activities of members of the Yogya Book Club Community at the Yogyakarta Book Garden, January 5.
TEMPO/Shinta Maharani
Indonesian Navy medical team injects the Covid-19 vaccine to a resident on a fishing boat at Paotere Port, Makassar, South Sulawesi, in June.

Vaccine Warriors

Scientists all over the globe have been working to develop Covid-19 vaccines since the pandemic broke out. Indonesia joined the fight by producing the Merah Putih (Red and White) vaccine. In the field, the country’s vaccination program has been equally frenzied. Racing against time and new Covid-19 variants, vaccination has not only relied on health workers. Regional governments, the police and the military, as well as ordinary citizens were mobilized to reach those in remote areas.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, December 27, 2021

Andy Yentriyani, Chair of the National Commission on Violence against Women (Komnas Perempuan) during a photo session with Tempo in Jakarta, October 21.
TEMPO/M Taufan Rengganis
Jumeri, Director-General for Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary Education, in Semarang, Central Java, October 28.
TEMPO/Budi Purwanto

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