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Class session during the Training Course on Low Cost Housing

Participants welcomed by Balinese traditional dancer

 

Participants welcomed by traditional Balinese Dancer during the field visit in Bali

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Various participants attended the training in Singosari, Malang.
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Afghanistan participants observing rice harvest. The training is specifically aimed to improve the capacity of Afghanistan agriculture officials.
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Indonesia has the commitment to help Afghanistan through capacity building


Promoting Aceh on Tsunami Disaster Risk Management to Pacific Countries
Thursday, 22 December 2016 11:49

Translated by Eka S. Chie

Tsunami is one of the most frightening natural disaster in the world. For example, Aceh and North Sumatra was one of the area that experienced Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami in 2004. According to Liputan 6 News, The Tsunami had killed 79.940 fatalities.[1] As fellow archipelago countries, Indonesia desired to share experience and knowledge about Disaster Risk Management to Pacific countries. the sharing was put in the form of training, namely Training Tsunami Disaster Risk Management that was initiated by Training Disaster Management Research Center (TDMRC) and Ministry of State Secretariat of Indonesia,

 

The training of Tsunami Disaster Risk Management was held on 10 – 20 August 2016, Banda Aceh. Participants came from 4 countries, namely 5 people from Timor-Leste, 3 people from Fiji, 1 person from Vanuatu and 2 addition people from Indonesia. The training was not only in the class, but also provided in field trip, so that participants could see and interact with local resident of Aceh post-tsunami. The training was aimed to Sharing experience and knowledge on Disaster Risk Management particularly Tsunami to Pacific Countries.

 

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Strengthening of the Artificial Insemination as the Tool to Achieve Food Security in the Republic Democratic of Timor Leste
Tuesday, 13 December 2016 08:14

Translated by Fatah Kurniawan

the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and and the Government of the Republic Democratic of Timor-Leste has a dynamic  relationship, it’s seen by their own history. Timor Leste was part of Indonesia from 1975 until 2002. Timor-Leste declaired their independence on 2002 because, the conflict in Timor-Leste that has been long time not cleared but, after UN (United Nation) through Peacekeeping Forces or “Blue Berets” landed in Timor Leste and helps Timor Leste to supporting the transition  process and restoration independence. But, nowday’s the condition between Indonesia and Timor-Leste has a goodwill to building a good relationship. The implementation  of goodwill from Indonesia its’s seen by President of Indonesia commitment; Closeness history, Plans become a member in ASEAN, Developing on economic cooperation as a consideration and also it was written on RPJMN 2015-2019 Chapter IV Book 1 and Chapter V Book 2 and NAWACITA No.1 and also NAWACITA No.6.

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