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
Do young people want to work in agriculture? What are the barriers and benefits for them? What can be done to enable and support young people to work in agriculture? How has COVID-19 affected young people in agriculture? These are just some of the questions that TulodoContinue reading Tulodo appointed by DFAT’s PRISMA to undertake behavioral and COVID-19 research on young people and agriculture.
AKHIR-akhir ini kasus infeksi covid-19 di Indonesia meningkat drastis, mendekati angka 5.000 kasus per hari. Hal tersebut memicu peningkatan intensitas komunikasi dari pemerintah demi menekan penyebaran virus di masyarakat. Beberapa pesan dibuat berdasarkan kesalahpahaman dan hoaks yang begitu meluas hingga memiliki nama sendiri- infodemic. Continue reading Waktunya Merancang Pesan Jitu Pencegahan COVID-19
Tulodo is pleased to announce our second appointment by UNICEF Indonesia to implement the Gerakan Berani (Brave Movement) to prevent child marriageContinue reading Tulodo Appointed by UNICEF Indonesia to Implement Gerakan Berani (Brave Movement) Child Marriage Prevention and Menstrual Health Improvement Program in Bone, South Sulawesi