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Environmental Friendly Handbag Design Competition
Monday October 01, 2007
visit http://www.be-do.org/events.html for application and FAQs downloads...read detail

Monte The Swimmer - Satu Hati Education Swim
Saturday September 01, 2007
Monte Swims For Children’s Education Early Independence Day morning August 17 humanitarian ocean swimmer Monte Monfore conquered the dangerous four-kilometer Bali Strait between Java and Bali.  The Satu Hati Education Swim was part of a nation-wide campaign promoting children’s education in Indonesia. In a pre-swim announcement the 46-year-old swimmer from California, USA spoke ...read detail

Medan’s New Kuala Namu International Airport To Start Operations In 2009
Saturday April 21, 2007
New Minister for Communication, Jusman Syafi’i Djamal and Minister for State Enterprises, Sofyan Jalil, recently on inspection to Medan, North Sumatra, told the press that the government plans to accelerate the construction of the new Kuala Namu International Airport at Medan, to start operations by September 2009. Medan urgently needs a larger airport, said the Minister, since the city&rs...read detail

Imbalance In Indonesia-Singapore Tourist Traffic
Saturday April 21, 2007
In 2006 some 1.92 million Indonesia visited Singapore, constituting 20% of total arrivals to the island republic that reached a total of 9.7 million visitors, said Chooi Yee Choong, Regional Director ASEAN of the Singapore Tourism Board in Jakarta recently. Total spending of all tourists to Singapore came to S$ 12.4 billion or US$ 8.1 billion (at an exchange rate of US$1 = S$ 1.53), reported Media...read detail

Imbalance In Indonesia-Singapore Tourist Traffic
Saturday April 21, 2007
In 2006 some 1.92 million Indonesia visited Singapore, constituting 20% of total arrivals to the island republic that reached a total of 9.7 million visitors, said Chooi Yee Choong, Regional Director ASEAN of the Singapore Tourism Board in Jakarta recently. Total spending of all tourists to Singapore came to S$ 12.4 billion or US$ 8.1 billion (at an exchange rate of US$1 = S$ 1.53), reported Media...read detail

INDONESIAN PAPUA: REVITALIZE “LOCAL GENIUS” TO DEVELOP REGION
Saturday April 21, 2007
To achieve Sustainable Development in Papua, the government must revitalize “local genius”, asserts Dr. Jannes Johan Karubaba, - hailing from Papua - who recently defended his thesis at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta, entitled: “Revitalizing Local Environmental Values for Sustainable Development”The panel of examiners included a host of prominent names, led by Purna...read detail

Canada Assists In Fight Against Chemical And Biological Terrorism
Saturday April 21, 2007
On 14 May, the Canadian Government handed over to the Government of Indonesia, equipment to avert chemical, biological, radiological terror attacks with the signing of documents in Jakarta by Canadian Ambassador to Indonesia, John Holmes, and Secretary to Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Politics and Security, Agustadi Sasongko, reported Media Indonesia.At a press conference, Agustadi S...read detail

Indonesia’s Agency Defends Nuclear Development For Industry And Energy
Saturday April 21, 2007
The Nuclear Technology Supervisory Agency has defended the government's policy to develop nuclear technology for research, industry and energy on the basis that such technology has been proven safe. Agency head Sukarman Aminjoyo said Indonesia has operated three nuclear reactors for several years and no accidents have occurred. "All forms of technology involve certain risks, but since the ea...read detail

Indonesia Resumes Sending Avian Flu Virus Samples To WHO
Saturday April 21, 2007
CBC News, Canada, reported that Indonesia has resumed sending samples of the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus to the World Health Organization, Indonesia Health Minister said Tuesday in calling for a share of any commercial vaccines that result.A dispute over the sharing of bird flu samples in Indonesia, one of the countries worst affected by H5N1, has hampered WHO's efforts to get nations to prepare fo...read detail

Indonesia Resumes Sending Avian Flu Virus Samples To WHO
Saturday April 21, 2007
CBC News, Canada, reported that Indonesia has resumed sending samples of the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus to the World Health Organization, Indonesia Health Minister said Tuesday in calling for a share of any commercial vaccines that result.A dispute over the sharing of bird flu samples in Indonesia, one of the countries worst affected by H5N1, has hampered WHO's efforts to get nations to prepare ...read detail

CLIMATE CHANGE: IMPACTS ON SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLY, FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
Saturday April 21, 2007
In the past week the Indonesian islands experienced, what meteorologists call: “a weather pattern anomaly”. Normally, May would be the beginning of the dry season and the start of the grand rice harvest on land, and fish catch at sea. But not so today. Hot oppressive weather has been alternating with sudden downpours drenching most islands. These storms are punctuated by loud thunderbo...read detail

Jakarta Declaration On Virus Sharing: A Strategic Step To More Equitable And Affordable Avian Flu Vaccines Distribution
Thursday April 12, 2007
Last November 2006 Indonesia took the unprecedented step of rejecting a WHO draft proposal delivered by the organization’s Dr. David Heymann, in which it was stated that countries afflicted by the H5N1 avian flu virus are obliged to submit virus specimens to WHO, yet having no rights whatsoever to these, wrote Indonesia’s Health Minister, Siti Fadilah Supari in Kompas daily of 11 April...read detail

Results Of Recent Culture & Tourism National Coordinating Meeting Posted At Website
Thursday April 12, 2007
The Department of Culture and Tourism has just completed its report on results of the recent National Coordinating meeting (Rakornas) held in Jakarta on 27-29 March 2007. Since this editor received news only at time of distribution of the Digest, we wish to inform those interested that you can log on to the Department’s website at www.budpar.go.id. The report is available in Bahasa Indonesia...read detail

INDONESIA HOSTS 13th UN CLIMATE CHANGE CONVENTION IN BALI IN DECEMBER
Thursday April 12, 2007
The United Nations has confirmed that the 13TH UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the parent treaty of the Kyoto Protocol, will be held in Bali, Indonesia, from 3-14th December 2007 at the Bali Convention Center, Nusa Dua. The conference is expected to be attended by over 10,000 participants from 189 countries, said Indonesian Environment Minister, Rachmat Witoelar. Indeed, Climate Change,...read detail

Parliament Enacts Bill On National Disasters Management
Saturday March 31, 2007
Among a number of Bills that were passed by Parliament in Q1 of 2007 is the Bill on the Management of National Disasters. One of the major points in the Law is the formation of the National Board for National Disasters Management, which will have the position at a level with Ministries, and is directly accountable to the President, said Chairperson of Parliament’s Working Group, Aisyah Badow...read detail


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