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Lori Dengler: Learning from quakes, tsunamis requires boots on the ground

Times Standard 09 May 2021
The purpose of post-event studies is to document what happened ... Meg was a social scientist at Tokyo University’s Earthquake Research Institute and gave a talk on Indonesia tsunami recovery. We talked afterward about her coming to Humboldt to help our preparedness efforts ... It is helpful when you want to collect much data in a short period ... Note ... .
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Alain St. Ange leads cooperation between Africa and Asean block through FORSEAA |08 May 2021

Nation 08 May 2021
Alain St Ange, Seychelles’ former tourism minister and who is now the president of the African Tourism Board and executive director of the Forum of Small Medium Economic Africa Asean (FORSEAA), is currently on a working visit to Indonesia to help through FORSEAA to consolidate cooperation between the African and the Asean Block.
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China's vaccine diplomacy just got big win

The Philadelphia Tribune 08 May 2021
After India announced export restrictions on vaccines last month, Indonesia and the Philippines said they would turn to China for help. Last week, China’s foreign minister offered to help South Asian nations get access to vaccines. Indonesia said it would get additional doses from Sinovac after President Joko Widodo held talks with Xi ... brand,” said J.
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Cyclone Seroja child survivors in Lembata begin to recover

Reliefweb 07 May 2021
To help the disaster-impacted children and their family, Plan Indonesia will be distributing aid in four main areas until the next six months, including the provision of emergency shelter, education in emergency, child protection in an emergency, as well as WASH (wash, sanitation, and hygiene).
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GajiGesa, a fintech focused on Indonesian workers, adds strategic investors and launches new app for micro-SMEs

Crunch 07 May 2021
GajiGesa, a fintech startup that provides earned wage access (EWA) and other services for workers in Indonesia, has added strategic investors to help it launch new services and expand its user base ... GajiGesa is part of a new wave of startups focused on digitizing the 60 million small businesses in Indonesia.
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AIIMS official denies Chhota Rajan has died due to COVID-19

Yahoo Daily News 07 May 2021
Read full article. Rahul M7 May 2021, 11.27 am·1-min read ... Rajan, 61, has been lodged in the Tihar prison in New Delhi since his arrest after deportation from Bali, Indonesia, in 2015. TRENDING. The Independent. American doctor dies after travelling to India to help with Covid ... The Guardian ... .
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Tough pandemic times for Pakistanis in Hong Kong

Asiatimes 07 May 2021
Since an academic research report pointed out in 2003 that Pakistanis enjoyed less job opportunity than others due to language barriers, the Hong Kong government has provided schools with additional funding and resources to help non-Chinese speaking students learn the Chinese language.
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The USCG Cutter That Led the 9-11 Sealift May be Sold to Indonesia

The Maritime Executive 06 May 2021
The Indonesia Maritime Security Agency (Bakamla) is "not interested" in buying USCGC Adak, a historically-significant U.S ... "I prefer to build my own ships in Indonesia," said Baklama's chief, Vice Adm ... "There are several other cutters that could be provided to Indonesia instead of the Adak, and we believe that the Adak needs to come home.
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Asian equities see foreign inflows for first time this year

Metro USA 05 May 2021
South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Vietnam showed a rise in their manufacturing activity in April, helped by a surge in overseas demand for their goods, with developed economies making a fast recovery from the pandemic fallout ... Indonesia and South Korea received inflows last month worth $90 million and $65 million, respectively.
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UK-India trade deal: why the timing is crucial for both nations

The Conversation 05 May 2021
The new agreement can potentially help by easing the pain of economic contraction for India in 2021, while supporting both partners as they commence rebuilding efforts to recover from the pandemic ... Asian Nations (ASEAN), which includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam.
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Global Free-to-Air (FTA) Service Market 2021: Strategic Assessment, Latest Innovations, Drivers, Restraints, Challenges to 2027

The Sentinel Newspaper 05 May 2021
All the statistical data and information involved in this report is characterized properly by using several charts, graphs or tables ... Internet ... India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, and Australia. The analyzed data on the Free-To-Air (FTA) Service market help you put up a brand within the industry while competing with the giants ... @.
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China's navy helping Indonesia recover sunken submarine

Straits Times 04 May 2021
JAKARTA • Chinese navy ships have arrived off Bali to help salvage a submarine that sank last month, killing all 53 crew members, the Indonesian navy said yesterday as it geared up for a deep-sea operation ... Indonesia's navy said Beijing's ambassador to the country had offered the help to Defence Minister Prabowo Subianto.
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Chinese Navy to help Indonesia salvage sunken submarine

Straits Times 04 May 2021
JAKARTA (AFP) - Chinese navy ships have arrived off Bali to help haul up a submarine that sank last month, killing all 53 crew members, the Indonesian navy said on Tuesday (May 4) as it geared up for a deep-sea salvage operation ... Indonesia's navy said Beijing's ambassador to the country had offered the help to Defence Minister Prabowo Subianto.
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Indonesian Ride-Hailing Unicorn Gojek Aims to Go All Electric by 2030

Caixin Online 04 May 2021
Indonesia’s deputy head for investment and mining coordination, Septian Hario Seto, said that the government is helping Gojek in talks with China’s Contemporary Amperex Technology to supply batteries, according to Reuters.
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Environmental developments worldwide in April 2021

Anadolu Agency 04 May 2021
- More than 30 heads of state and global leaders pledge to prioritize actions that help African countries adapt to the impacts of climate change and build forward better. - Indonesia is planning to relocate the survivors of recent flash floods in East Nusa Tenggara province, particularly in the hard-hit Lembata regency.
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