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Observing changes: highlights from an endline study of child marriage in Bone

In April 2021, the Tulodo team conducted its endline study on child marriage prevention and menstrual health management. The execution of this pilot project took place in Bone, South Sulawesi, due to the province having one of Indonesia’s highest rates of child marriage. This pilot project is part of the BERANI …Continue readingObserving changes: highlights from an endline study of child marriage in Bone

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Diskusi Kelompok terfokus – Lembaga Keagamaan dan Pemerintah untuk pencegahan perkawinan anak

Sebagai salah satu bentuk dukungan untuk program BERANI (Better Reproductive Health and Rights for All in Indonesia) untuk kegiatan pencegahan perkawinan anak. Tulodo mengadakan Focus Group Discussion (FGD) Nasional dengan lembaga Keagamaan dan Lembaga Pemerintah. …Continue readingDiskusi Kelompok terfokus – Lembaga Keagamaan dan Pemerintah untuk pencegahan perkawinan anak

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Tulodo Indonesia’s Journal Article on Child Marriage

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).

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Kerjasama Tulodo dan Forum Kabupaten Bone Sehat untuk Pencegahan Perkawinan Anak di Bone, Sulawesi Selatan

Watampone – Indonesia masih memiliki angka perkawinan anak yang tinggi. Indonesia berada di urutan kedelapan di dunia dan kedua di Asia Tenggara dalam hal pernikahan anak. Telah terdapat penurunan trend perkawinan anak dari 14,67% di tahun 2008 menjadi 10,82% di tahun 2019 ……Continue readingKerjasama Tulodo dan Forum Kabupaten Bone Sehat untuk Pencegahan Perkawinan Anak di Bone, Sulawesi Selatan

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Why raising the minimum legal age might not be the solution for child marriage

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 readingWhy raising the minimum legal age might not be the solution for child marriage

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Kenali 4 Tanda Anak Mengalami Stress Pasca Bencana

Di sepanjang tahun 2018, beberapa daerah di Indonesia mengalami bencana alam. Salah satu yang menjadi sorotan adalah gempa bumi dan tsunami di daerah Palu dan Lombok. Dalam bencana alam tersebut, tercatat lebih dari  3000 orang kehilangan nyawa, 10.000 lainnya mengalami luka-luka dan lebih dari 200.000orang terpaksa kehilangan rumahnya dan menjadi terlantar. Ratusan sekolah rusak …
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Tulodo appointed by UNICEF Indonesia to manage campaign on post-disaster child protection.

Tulodo is pleased to announce our appointment by UNICEF Indonesia to support their work to help children affected by disasters in Lombok and Palu. Major earthquakes and tsunamis in 2018 devastated Lombok and Palu. The combined effect of the two disasters led to the death of more than 3,000 people with more than 10,000 others injured …Continue readingTulodo appointed by UNICEF Indonesia to manage campaign on post-disaster child protection.