Dalam kegiatan ini juga dipaparkan tentang hasil penelitian endline study untuk perkawinan anak dan MKM oleh Tulodo Indonesia, paparan potensi replikasi model pencegahan perkawinan anak di 24 Kabupaten/kota di Sulsel oleh Ibu Nur Anti Madjit S.E., M.T dari DinasContinue reading Handover BERANI di Tingkat Kabupaten Bone untuk Program Pencegahan Perkawinan
Tulodo Indonesia is pleased to announce that our article on child marriage with the title “One household, two worlds: Differences of perception towards child marriage among adolescents and adults in Indonesia” has been successfully published in The Lancet Regional Health – Western Pacific (Volume 8, March 2021).
We use more plastics during the pandemic! This article is the first article out of two articles about plastic waste, pandemic and environmental impact. This article is a spin-off of the Tulodo Environmental Series article. Plastic waste remains a significant environmental issue in Indonesia. The country currently produces more than 190,000 tonnes of waste every day. The Indonesian Government has set a target of a 30% reduction of wasteContinue reading Plastics Waste in the Time of Corona
The amendment of Indonesia’s Marriage act in 2019 was an important step towards reducing child marriage and improving human rights. The age that girls can get married with parental permission was raised from 16 to 19 years – equal to the minimum age for boys. This renewal of the law is designed to contribute to …Continue reading Why raising the minimum legal age might not be the solution for child marriage
Tulodo and AECOM have been appointed by SYSTEMIQ to conduct a mid-term evaluation of Project STOP in Indonesia. Project STOP is a city partnership initiative to accelerate waste management solutions in Indonesia, working with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry. Continue reading Tulodo appointed to evaluate Project STOP in response to global crisis of marine plastic pollution.