• Muslim Rohingya from Myanmar pleads for help from Indonesia

    Rukiyah Hatul, 20, left Myanmar almost 3 months ago to join her husband in Malaysia. During the long sea journey, she lost her father and brother. Now at the Kuala Langsa refugee camp in Aceh, Indonesia, she pleads for the Indonesian government to help them. Read the full story in Bahasa Indonesia here: rplr.co/1FrdNqS

    published: 17 May 2015
  • Ask and Malaysia will help Indonesia

    Malaysia can send its water bombers to Sumatra to help put out fires there. Watch this video at http://switchup.tv/View.aspx?vid=10431&cid=1

    published: 25 Jun 2013
  • Indonesia's 'Technopreneurs' Help Fuel Economic Growth

    This is the VOA Special English Economics Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish Indonesia has one of the world's fastest growing economies, expanding at a rate of six percent this year. Technology is helping fuel that growth, and producing a new generation of young entrepreneurs. One of these "technopreneurs" is Nadiem Makarim. He graduated from the Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts. He returned home and launched Go-Jek. This service connects motorcycle taxis, called ojeks, with people who need a ride or a delivery. Go-Jek uses online maps, mobile phones and a call center. The aim is to improve Jakarta's disorganized motorcycle taxi system. Nadiem Makarim says everything depends on a business plan. "I firmly believe that busine...

    published: 05 Sep 2011
  • GoFundMe! Please help me get to Indonesia

    Check out my GoFundMe Page: http://www.gofundme.com/7mbzwc I'm a recent college grad trying to gain some invaluable work experience in Indonesia. Any help, big or small, I would greatly appreciate it! If you donate, I will write a personal thank you letter and if there is enough money collected I will try to share somehow some Indonesian textiles called Batik with you! Thank you again!

    published: 21 Mar 2014
  • HELP PORTRAIT INDONESIA - JEMBRANA BALI 2016

    HELP PORTRAIT INDONESIA 2016 Jembrana, Bali Indonesia. Voluteers : Gusde Photography The Light Motion Putri Bali Professional Make Up Artist Ziphora Make Up & Hair Do Fineclick Express Photo Avavi Bali Thanks for your support and effort.

    published: 28 Dec 2016
  • Help! Indonesia wants to go NUCLEAR!!!

    Immediately after the nuclear disaster in Japan, the Indonesian government told the world Indonesia would press ahead with it's nuclear program. It will soon start building nuclear powerplants, in spite of the world wide 'Fukujima-scare'. Is Indonesia a country we would like to enthrust high tech high risk power plants? Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. Shot for NOS tv The Netherlands

    published: 21 Dec 2011
  • HELP JAAN HELP ANIMALS IN INDONESIA

    JAAN cares for 63 dogs, 37 brahminy kites, 32 Ex dancing monkeys that are waiting to be released, 12 monkeys that can never be released so they will be JAAN's responsibility forever and besides that JAAN runs a very active program to fight the illegal trade of wildlife. In 2015 alone, JAAN's efforts with the authorities resulted into 12 very big busts of wildlife traders. JAAN also runs a very active education program and a number of campaigns incl to stop the last dolphin road shows, save dennis and dogs are not food. JAAN now prepares to confiscate dancing monkeys (topeng monyet) in bandung and campaigns for a National ban on dancing Monkeys. All these activities are a big financial responsibility and struggle for us. Please help us so we can continue to care for all our animals and can ...

    published: 19 Dec 2015
  • Help de Indischen in Indonesia

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    published: 12 Oct 2012
  • Indonesia: Cataract operations help hundreds regain their eyesight

    Cataracts are a major cause of blindness in parts of Indonesia, where access to health-care remains precarious. Since 2006, the ICRC and the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) have worked closely together conducting free eye examinations and, when necessary, providing specialized treatment including surgery. To date, the ICRC and the PMI have conducted 989 cataract operations and distributed 1633 reading glasses mainly in the Provinces of Papua. For the first time this year, we went to Maluku.

    published: 20 Jan 2016
  • Help The Elephants in Indonesia - Earth Hour 2015

    Join us in peacekeeping for Sumatra’s elephants, people, and forests - www.ehour.me/elephantsneedhelp Support this project that will help humans and elephants live in harmony, while ensuring the sustainability of Sumatra’s forests, which act as a natural barrier to climate change.

    published: 24 Mar 2015
  • Dentist from Indonesia creates musical drill to help ease patients' fears

    Indonesian dentist creates a musical drill to combat fear in the chair. He's modified a conventional drill, changing the buzzing sound to music. Report by Andrea Lilly. Subscribe to ITN News! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=itnnews Check out Truthloader, the new home of citizen journalism on YouTube. Subscribe now at http://bit.ly/tldrsub More interesting people with amazing stories: 6 year-old girl takes breakdancing world by storm: http://bit.ly/WGEFMo Ukrainian chewing gum artist: http://bit.ly/ZSMHhI Chinese man builds his own Lamborghini: http://bit.ly/WDcCwi Japanese man learns to run like a monkey: http://bit.ly/Zwi7jl Real Life Fruit Ninja: http://bit.ly/W7qDnG 93 year-old woman strikes incredible yoga poses: http://bit.ly/Y46MXX Amazing footless footballer ...

    published: 29 Sep 2012
  • Indonesia - Help for Orangutans | Global 3000

    Bukit Tigapuluh, one of the last tropical lowland forests in Sumatra, is a refuge for many endangered species. These include the Sumatran orangutan, tiger, elephant, rhinoceros and the Asian tapir. But now the forest itself is in danger. The pulp and paper and palm oil industries have devastated large swathes of it. More Global 3000 on: http://www.dw.de/program/global-3000/s-11487-9798

    published: 09 Dec 2014
  • Indonesia - US planes arrive to help firefighting

    T/I: 10:12:24 Three specially adapted US Hercules planes arrived in Jakarta on Saturday (18/10) to help firefighting efforts in Indonesia where about 40 forest blazes were reported late on Friday (17/10). US Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy and Coordinating Minister of People's Welfare Azwar Anas, who also heads the National Disaster Control Committee, were present to greet the aircraft. The planes, each capable of carrying 3,000 gallons (11,400 liters) of water to drop on fires, were the latest to join Indonesia's efforts to douse forest and ground fires which have covered much of Southeast Asia with a pall of smoke in the past months. Satellite images taken by the government's Environmental Impact Agency (BAPEDAL) showed a total of 42 blazes across the country. There are fears that mo...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Help Orphans Indonesia - Ramadan 2009

    Help Orphans Indonesia - Ramadan 2009

    published: 16 Sep 2009
  • Indonesia: Russian EMERCOM planes help battle forest fires in Sumatra

    Two Russian Beriev Be-200 aircraft have been battling fires on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, Sunday. Over the last 24-hours the aircraft have conducted 38 water drops, discharging 342 tons of water in the process. The planes have been leased by the Indonesian government from Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM). Video ID: 20151025-016 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly

    published: 25 Oct 2015
  • Trash banks in Indonesia help solve waste problem

    (16 Oct 2015) LEAD IN: Indonesia is one of the world's most populated countries and this equals a lot of waste for the island nation to process. What to do with the 200,000 tons of rubbish produced every day is a major problem for Indonesia's 500 landfills but one city in Western Java is offering residents a cash for trash donation bank. STORY-LINE: 53-year-old Yulianingsih is sweeping up rubbish - but this is destined for the bank. She clears the plastic bottles strewn across her passageway, gathers it into her sack and makes for the one place where she knows she can trade her rubbish in for something better - money. Located west of Bandung, the city of Cimahi is home to one of Indonesia's few trash banks, a government initiative established to manage inorganic waste. The operati...

    published: 18 Nov 2016
  • Dedicated help of the Sultan in Indonesia - vpro Metropolis

    Warti from Indonesia has been working in the palace of Sultan Hemas in Yogykarta form 24 years now. From dusk till dawn she does cores for him around the house, like making his breakfast and ironing his clothes. Warti is only satisfied when the sultan is satisfied with her job: ‘I work with my whole heart. When the sultan believes in me, I feel so proud.’ vpro Metropolis was a video project by Dutch broadcast organisation vpro, that ran from 2008 to 2015. Metropolis is made by a global collective of young filmmakers and TV producers, reporting on remarkable stories from their own country/city. We made a trip around the globe on one single issue: from local beauty ideals to Elvis impersonators, to what's it like being gay, or an outcast or a dog in different cultures. More videos and full...

    published: 06 Nov 2014
  • QnA LDR KOREA-INDONESIA PART 2 || HELP ME!! ㅠㅠ

    published: 23 Mar 2018
  • Man In Indonesia Gets Help From Around The World To Save The Cats In His Village

    It goes without saying that any steps we can take in order to save an animal are well worth it. Our furry and feathered friends often cannot survive in the wild without our help, and it’s our responsibility to protect them as best as we can. Still, unless we’re wildlife experts or we have the funds, it can be easy to feel helpless and not know where to even begin. We don’t want our animal friends to suffer, of course, but how can we help when we have such limited resources? Uli Sharbinie of Bogor, Indonesia, was determined not to let that stop him. When the cats in his neighborhood desperately needed help, he searched far and wide for “angels”—and he found them! ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/CAyFbx ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/SBs38W ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/n...

    published: 10 Mar 2018
  • Recycling and Education Help Revive Indonesia's Citarum River Basin

    Growing pressure on water resources in Indonesia's Citarum River Basin in West Java is stimulating education and recycling as cost-effective methods of improving the region's notoriously polluted rivers.

    published: 02 Oct 2014
  • Indonesian Listening Practice - Getting Help from the Teacher in Indonesia

    In this lesson, you will improve your listening comprehension skills from a Indonesian conversation between a student and a teacher. Subscribe for more videos: http://j.mp/IndonesianPod101 Please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks! Find out more about this lesson, click here: http://www.indonesianpod101.com/2015/03/10/indonesian-listening-comprehension-for-absolute-beginners-11-getting-help-from-the-teacher-in-indonesia/ Want more Indonesian learning videos? Click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYxFPrbY_dg&list=PLU5rENv8fQ2ZZ_9QKDqP7-EAV_bRJmQ89 - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/IndonesianPod101 - Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+IndonesianPod101 - Twitter : https://twitter.com/IndonesianPod - Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/I...

    published: 18 Jun 2015
  • PHILIPPINES: CALL TO HELP ETHNIC CHINESE IN INDONESIA

    Mandarin/Eng/Nat A group of Filipino-Chinese have called on the world's democratic nations to join together and help ethnic Chinese in Indonesia. The group claims Indonesian-Chinese have been the targets of recent lootings, rapes and massacres in the country. They're demanding an investigation into the atrocities which they allege were committed by the Indonesian military. This group of Filipino-Chinese gathered in Manila on Thursday in support of Indonesia's Chinese community. They claim atrocities were committed by the Indonesian military against ethnic Chinese in that country during riots in May that drove President Suharto from office. During Thursday's protest they called President Suharto the "Hitler of Asia", and his son-in-law, General Prabowo Subianto the "maste...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Earthquake Index Insurance: A Tool to Help Microfinance Institutions in Indonesia

    Supported by the Global Index Insurance Facility (GIIF), the World Bank Group has been working with PT Reasuransi MAIPARK to design and retail an index insurance product that protects the lending portfolios of banks from liquidity crises in the aftermath of an earthquake. This is relevant particularly for microfinance institutions (MFIs) and rural banks to be able to continue lending to communities when funds are most needed. For more information, visit: http://indexinsuranceforum.org *** TRANSCRIPT: This is a story of a microfinance institutions impacting communities all over Indonesia. For thousands of microfinance institutions in Indonesia, their main client base is the surrounding local community. When business is good, clients can repay their loans, and keep money in savings acc...

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • Stuart Jay Raj - Help Preserve Javanese, Balinese and other Bahasa Daerah Indonesia - Hanacaraka

    Over the years living in Thailand, I had many people coming from Non-English speaking backgrounds approach me about how they might best approach learning Thai. Many of these people came from language backgrounds that had their scripts based on the Indic Sound system - e.g. Burmese, Hindi, Nepali, Panjabi etc. My Burmese maid could speak Thai, but only read Burmese - this was a tool I used to help her start reading Thai. There were also several Thai born Panjabis that could kind of speak Panjabi, but couldn't read or write it. They could however read Thai, so I used this chart to help them learn to write the Gurmukhi script. There were also a lot of Indonesians in the group. Knowing that many of them would have at least had a grounding in 'Bahasa Daerah' or their own 'local langua...

    published: 20 Sep 2010
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Muslim Rohingya from Myanmar pleads for help from Indonesia
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Muslim Rohingya from Myanmar pleads for help from Indonesia

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Rukiyah Hatul, 20, left Myanmar almost 3 months ago to join her husband in Malaysia. During the long sea journey, she lost her father and brother. Now at the Kuala Langsa refugee camp in Aceh, Indonesia, she pleads for the Indonesian government to help them. Read the full story in Bahasa Indonesia here: rplr.co/1FrdNqS
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Ask and Malaysia will help Indonesia
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Ask and Malaysia will help Indonesia

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Malaysia can send its water bombers to Sumatra to help put out fires there. Watch this video at http://switchup.tv/View.aspx?vid=10431&cid=1
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Indonesia's 'Technopreneurs' Help Fuel Economic Growth
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Indonesia's 'Technopreneurs' Help Fuel Economic Growth

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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish Indonesia has one of the world's fastest growing economies, expanding at a rate of six percent this year. Technology is helping fuel that growth, and producing a new generation of young entrepreneurs. One of these "technopreneurs" is Nadiem Makarim. He graduated from the Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts. He returned home and launched Go-Jek. This service connects motorcycle taxis, called ojeks, with people who need a ride or a delivery. Go-Jek uses online maps, mobile phones and a call center. The aim is to improve Jakarta's disorganized motorcycle taxi system. Nadiem Makarim says everything depends on a business plan. "I firmly believe that business and just straight up rational business growth, profitable business growth and social impact are not mutually exclusive." Go-Jek recently won ten thousand dollars in a competition through the American State Department's Global Entrepreneurship Program. Indonesia is one of five countries in this program which links startup businesses with investors. Many startups are Internet-based services. Indonesia already has more than seven hundred startups online, and new ones are launched every week. Half of Indonesians still live on less than two dollars a day. But Indonesia has a young population interested in trying new technology.Right now, about forty-five million Indonesians, or only about one in five, use the Internet. But about half of those people use mobile devices to go online, and those numbers are only growing. Some experts say the conditions for local entrepreneurs are the best in the world. Still, the World Bank currently ranks Indonesia one hundred twenty-first out of one hundred eighty-three economies in ease of doing business.The biggest barrier to entrepreneurs is a lack of financing. Also, economists say Indonesia needs more entrepreneurs. They now make up less than one percent of the workforce. The rate is over seven percent in nearby Singapore, and almost twelve percent in the United States.Indonesia's biggest bank, Bank Mandiri, expects to increase loans by as much as twenty-five percent this year. Demand is growing for credit for small businesses and for consumers. Leonard Theosabrata helped start Whiteboard Journal. This online publication offers a place for young designers to show their products. He says Indonesia has a lot of opportunity for entrepreneurs willing to take a risk.For VOA Special English, I'm Carolyn Presutti. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 29Jul2011)
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GoFundMe! Please help me get to Indonesia
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GoFundMe! Please help me get to Indonesia

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Check out my GoFundMe Page: http://www.gofundme.com/7mbzwc I'm a recent college grad trying to gain some invaluable work experience in Indonesia. Any help, big or small, I would greatly appreciate it! If you donate, I will write a personal thank you letter and if there is enough money collected I will try to share somehow some Indonesian textiles called Batik with you! Thank you again!
https://wn.com/Gofundme_Please_Help_Me_Get_To_Indonesia
HELP PORTRAIT INDONESIA - JEMBRANA BALI 2016
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HELP PORTRAIT INDONESIA - JEMBRANA BALI 2016

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HELP PORTRAIT INDONESIA 2016 Jembrana, Bali Indonesia. Voluteers : Gusde Photography The Light Motion Putri Bali Professional Make Up Artist Ziphora Make Up & Hair Do Fineclick Express Photo Avavi Bali Thanks for your support and effort.
https://wn.com/Help_Portrait_Indonesia_Jembrana_Bali_2016
Help! Indonesia wants to go NUCLEAR!!!
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Help! Indonesia wants to go NUCLEAR!!!

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Immediately after the nuclear disaster in Japan, the Indonesian government told the world Indonesia would press ahead with it's nuclear program. It will soon start building nuclear powerplants, in spite of the world wide 'Fukujima-scare'. Is Indonesia a country we would like to enthrust high tech high risk power plants? Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. Shot for NOS tv The Netherlands
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HELP JAAN HELP ANIMALS IN INDONESIA
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HELP JAAN HELP ANIMALS IN INDONESIA

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JAAN cares for 63 dogs, 37 brahminy kites, 32 Ex dancing monkeys that are waiting to be released, 12 monkeys that can never be released so they will be JAAN's responsibility forever and besides that JAAN runs a very active program to fight the illegal trade of wildlife. In 2015 alone, JAAN's efforts with the authorities resulted into 12 very big busts of wildlife traders. JAAN also runs a very active education program and a number of campaigns incl to stop the last dolphin road shows, save dennis and dogs are not food. JAAN now prepares to confiscate dancing monkeys (topeng monyet) in bandung and campaigns for a National ban on dancing Monkeys. All these activities are a big financial responsibility and struggle for us. Please help us so we can continue to care for all our animals and can continue with all of our other important efforts! Interested in sponsoring one of our animals ? This is what you do : 1. Transfer to - Jaringan Bantuan Satwa Jakarta Bank mandiri : 1270005197619 Jl Raya Cilandak KKO no.5 - SUNDARI BCA : 0712136241 - Go to www.jakartaanimalaid.com and use our PAYPAL ! 2. Send an e-mail to :info@jakartaanimalaid.com to let us know about your transfer and to let us know whether its for one of our dogs, cats, kites or monkeys. 3. We will email you back to THANK YOU and to let you know that we have received your donation Thank you to all of you for your support throughout 2015! We would not have been able to help all the animals without you !!
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Help de Indischen in Indonesia
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Help de Indischen in Indonesia

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Indonesia: Cataract operations help hundreds regain their eyesight
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Indonesia: Cataract operations help hundreds regain their eyesight

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Cataracts are a major cause of blindness in parts of Indonesia, where access to health-care remains precarious. Since 2006, the ICRC and the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) have worked closely together conducting free eye examinations and, when necessary, providing specialized treatment including surgery. To date, the ICRC and the PMI have conducted 989 cataract operations and distributed 1633 reading glasses mainly in the Provinces of Papua. For the first time this year, we went to Maluku.
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Help The Elephants in Indonesia - Earth Hour 2015
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Help The Elephants in Indonesia - Earth Hour 2015

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Join us in peacekeeping for Sumatra’s elephants, people, and forests - www.ehour.me/elephantsneedhelp Support this project that will help humans and elephants live in harmony, while ensuring the sustainability of Sumatra’s forests, which act as a natural barrier to climate change.
https://wn.com/Help_The_Elephants_In_Indonesia_Earth_Hour_2015
Dentist from Indonesia creates musical drill to help ease patients' fears
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Dentist from Indonesia creates musical drill to help ease patients' fears

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Indonesian dentist creates a musical drill to combat fear in the chair. He's modified a conventional drill, changing the buzzing sound to music. Report by Andrea Lilly. Subscribe to ITN News! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=itnnews Check out Truthloader, the new home of citizen journalism on YouTube. Subscribe now at http://bit.ly/tldrsub More interesting people with amazing stories: 6 year-old girl takes breakdancing world by storm: http://bit.ly/WGEFMo Ukrainian chewing gum artist: http://bit.ly/ZSMHhI Chinese man builds his own Lamborghini: http://bit.ly/WDcCwi Japanese man learns to run like a monkey: http://bit.ly/Zwi7jl Real Life Fruit Ninja: http://bit.ly/W7qDnG 93 year-old woman strikes incredible yoga poses: http://bit.ly/Y46MXX Amazing footless footballer amazes Barcelona: http://bit.ly/UPjiHO Meet Mexico's vampire woman: http://bit.ly/11Z4kmN Vigilante Phoenix Jones unmasked: http://bit.ly/Xp8c9r Meet more interesting people: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQGafvQUGoG3JC4ox8zpKSO3uxMNk7sOt Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/itn Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/itn Visit our homepage: http://itn.co.uk See our Top 20 Most Watched Videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL95EA69A84358C8BE See 2012's Most Watched Videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7C0832D5DA586751
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Indonesia - Help for Orangutans | Global 3000
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Indonesia - Help for Orangutans | Global 3000

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Bukit Tigapuluh, one of the last tropical lowland forests in Sumatra, is a refuge for many endangered species. These include the Sumatran orangutan, tiger, elephant, rhinoceros and the Asian tapir. But now the forest itself is in danger. The pulp and paper and palm oil industries have devastated large swathes of it. More Global 3000 on: http://www.dw.de/program/global-3000/s-11487-9798
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Indonesia - US planes arrive to help firefighting
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Indonesia - US planes arrive to help firefighting

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T/I: 10:12:24 Three specially adapted US Hercules planes arrived in Jakarta on Saturday (18/10) to help firefighting efforts in Indonesia where about 40 forest blazes were reported late on Friday (17/10). US Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy and Coordinating Minister of People's Welfare Azwar Anas, who also heads the National Disaster Control Committee, were present to greet the aircraft. The planes, each capable of carrying 3,000 gallons (11,400 liters) of water to drop on fires, were the latest to join Indonesia's efforts to douse forest and ground fires which have covered much of Southeast Asia with a pall of smoke in the past months. Satellite images taken by the government's Environmental Impact Agency (BAPEDAL) showed a total of 42 blazes across the country. There are fears that more fire spots have been hidden under the haze. SHOWS: INDONESIA 10+18/10 + FILE JAKARTA 18/10 WIDE of two hercules planes on tarmac; MS propeller and name of american group; Nose of plane; wide of plane taxiing; US crew on standby; SOT Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy: "the 150 airlift wing is a very experienced fire fighting unit it has literally flown 100s of missions fighting forest fires in three US states, california, arizona and wyoming with a land area approx as large as the land of indonesia that has the fire problem; CA american firefighters; SOT Aswar Anas, Indonesian coordinating official: "The present problems of fires, haze and smoke which occurs in many parts of our country is actually a new experience to us; CA American listening; SOT continues: "We welcome and appreciate the US assistance in the forms of aerial firefighting aircraft"; US Ambassador and Indonesian coordinating official meeting firefighters; VS plane interiors showing water storage units; media watching; hercules in air dropping load of water; KALIMANTAN, AUGUST 1997 VS Burnt out areas in Kalimantan; haze in Kalimantan - aerials: fire shots in Kalimantan: SUMATRA, 10 OCTOBER 1997 VS fire spots in Sumatra; smoke; 2.47 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/03abf87faae5707223c6646b8bd77d2f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Help Orphans Indonesia - Ramadan 2009
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Help Orphans Indonesia - Ramadan 2009

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Help Orphans Indonesia - Ramadan 2009
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Indonesia: Russian EMERCOM planes help battle forest fires in Sumatra
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Indonesia: Russian EMERCOM planes help battle forest fires in Sumatra

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Two Russian Beriev Be-200 aircraft have been battling fires on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, Sunday. Over the last 24-hours the aircraft have conducted 38 water drops, discharging 342 tons of water in the process. The planes have been leased by the Indonesian government from Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM). Video ID: 20151025-016 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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Trash banks in Indonesia help solve waste problem
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Trash banks in Indonesia help solve waste problem

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(16 Oct 2015) LEAD IN: Indonesia is one of the world's most populated countries and this equals a lot of waste for the island nation to process. What to do with the 200,000 tons of rubbish produced every day is a major problem for Indonesia's 500 landfills but one city in Western Java is offering residents a cash for trash donation bank. STORY-LINE: 53-year-old Yulianingsih is sweeping up rubbish - but this is destined for the bank. She clears the plastic bottles strewn across her passageway, gathers it into her sack and makes for the one place where she knows she can trade her rubbish in for something better - money. Located west of Bandung, the city of Cimahi is home to one of Indonesia's few trash banks, a government initiative established to manage inorganic waste. The operating principle behind it is simple; residents can turn their trash into cash. By depositing their rubbish at the bank's bay and in return, they will have the option between choosing to collect an amount assigned to each item according to its value, or, depositing the amount in a savings account. The amount ranges from as little as less than ten cents for a glass bottle to about USD $11 for a broken air-conditioner. For residents like Yulianingsih, who like many Indonesians only goes by one name, the money involved is a key factor in her motivation to deposit her rubbish. "Maybe if I donated my trash more regularly, I would have more money collected; this is so I have a little extra saved up for my expenses," she says. Initially set up in 2010 by Cimahi's Sanitary and Environmental Agency, Cimahi's trash banking system began as individual small-scale units, without a headquarters. After a slow start to the project, in 2013 authorities decided to establish a headquarters in October last year. Bank director, Warso Wijaya explains how it works. "Cimahi has always separated its trash. The question was, what next, where do we put it? Our bank is now one solution for trash that has already been separated. We collect inorganic waste, and use organic waste for compost," says Warso. Less than a year after its re-launch, Cimahi's trash bank is not only running smoothly, but is also the only one in Indonesia that issues ATM cards for loyal customers. There are two requirements that customers need to qualify for the ATM card: first, a customer must routinely sort and sell their garbage to the bank, irrespective of volume; and second, they must have a minimum amount of about seven dollars in their account. Additionally, clients can also check their balance, and track their withdrawals through the bank's online system. Just like Yulianingsih, most residents find the money to be a compelling incentive and Wijaya agrees. "Because of the trash bank, residents have been motivated to sort their garbage. Whereas they previously did not gain anything from their garbage, now, they do. Our slogan conveys the same message, 'Trash yesterday, money today,'" he says. Since its inception, the city of Cimahi has seen its garbage reduce substantially and its trash donors increase exponentially. Cimahi has a population of just over 570,00 people and produces 720 tons of waste disposed every day, 70 percent of the waste is organic, while the remaining 30 percent is what can be taken in by the bank. The total amount of garbage deposited at the bank so far this year weighs about 160 tons, nearly triple last year's amount of 52 tons. The number of clients at the bank has also grown from 258 people to 433. For Budi Raharja, the Sanitation and Environmental Agency's Head at Cimahi, these figures represent the beginning of a long-lasting system. And Budi says that there will be plans to better manage the waste. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/75ac7b4240db23333f5ebe2b001ab4c4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Dedicated help of the Sultan in Indonesia - vpro Metropolis
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Dedicated help of the Sultan in Indonesia - vpro Metropolis

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Warti from Indonesia has been working in the palace of Sultan Hemas in Yogykarta form 24 years now. From dusk till dawn she does cores for him around the house, like making his breakfast and ironing his clothes. Warti is only satisfied when the sultan is satisfied with her job: ‘I work with my whole heart. When the sultan believes in me, I feel so proud.’ vpro Metropolis was a video project by Dutch broadcast organisation vpro, that ran from 2008 to 2015. Metropolis is made by a global collective of young filmmakers and TV producers, reporting on remarkable stories from their own country/city. We made a trip around the globe on one single issue: from local beauty ideals to Elvis impersonators, to what's it like being gay, or an outcast or a dog in different cultures. More videos and full episodes: www.metropolisweb.tv Visit additional youtube channels bij vpro broadcast: vpro Broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC75PWWQrls0z6fh0loY5I4Q vpro Metropolis: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpnazGScKQfGauk7YNyI21w vpro Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9sXw4ZdPEIp6bYGvLW-_iA vpro World Stories: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqJ6GC0klkbFuQa-0ZePqkQ vpro Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTLrhK07g6LP-JtT0VVE56A vpro VG (world music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KX3q7zIz7s2rjooBfl6Nw vpro 3voor12 (alternative music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-p9faJQsBObRNiKY8QF2NQ vpro 3voor12 extra (music stories): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtgVYRLGraeL9rGMiM3rBHA
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QnA LDR KOREA-INDONESIA PART 2 || HELP ME!! ㅠㅠ
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QnA LDR KOREA-INDONESIA PART 2 || HELP ME!! ㅠㅠ

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Man In Indonesia Gets Help From Around The World To Save The Cats In His Village
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Man In Indonesia Gets Help From Around The World To Save The Cats In His Village

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It goes without saying that any steps we can take in order to save an animal are well worth it. Our furry and feathered friends often cannot survive in the wild without our help, and it’s our responsibility to protect them as best as we can. Still, unless we’re wildlife experts or we have the funds, it can be easy to feel helpless and not know where to even begin. We don’t want our animal friends to suffer, of course, but how can we help when we have such limited resources? Uli Sharbinie of Bogor, Indonesia, was determined not to let that stop him. When the cats in his neighborhood desperately needed help, he searched far and wide for “angels”—and he found them! ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/CAyFbx ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/SBs38W ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/nvhzU6 ► Follow Us On Instagram : https://goo.gl/3UXcnx ► OUR Website : http://www.letme-know.com ----- Audio by Scott Leffler -- scottleffler.com For copyright matters relating to our channel please contact us directly at : letmeknowoff@gmail.com #let_me_know
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Recycling and Education Help Revive Indonesia's Citarum River Basin
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Recycling and Education Help Revive Indonesia's Citarum River Basin

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Growing pressure on water resources in Indonesia's Citarum River Basin in West Java is stimulating education and recycling as cost-effective methods of improving the region's notoriously polluted rivers.
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Indonesian Listening Practice - Getting Help from the Teacher in Indonesia
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Indonesian Listening Practice - Getting Help from the Teacher in Indonesia

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In this lesson, you will improve your listening comprehension skills from a Indonesian conversation between a student and a teacher. Subscribe for more videos: http://j.mp/IndonesianPod101 Please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks! Find out more about this lesson, click here: http://www.indonesianpod101.com/2015/03/10/indonesian-listening-comprehension-for-absolute-beginners-11-getting-help-from-the-teacher-in-indonesia/ Want more Indonesian learning videos? Click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYxFPrbY_dg&list=PLU5rENv8fQ2ZZ_9QKDqP7-EAV_bRJmQ89 - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/IndonesianPod101 - Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+IndonesianPod101 - Twitter : https://twitter.com/IndonesianPod - Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/IndonesianPod101/ Learn Indonesian with real lessons by real teachers. Get your FREE Lifetime Account at http://www.IndonesianPod101.com/video
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PHILIPPINES: CALL TO HELP ETHNIC CHINESE IN INDONESIA
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PHILIPPINES: CALL TO HELP ETHNIC CHINESE IN INDONESIA

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Mandarin/Eng/Nat A group of Filipino-Chinese have called on the world's democratic nations to join together and help ethnic Chinese in Indonesia. The group claims Indonesian-Chinese have been the targets of recent lootings, rapes and massacres in the country. They're demanding an investigation into the atrocities which they allege were committed by the Indonesian military. This group of Filipino-Chinese gathered in Manila on Thursday in support of Indonesia's Chinese community. They claim atrocities were committed by the Indonesian military against ethnic Chinese in that country during riots in May that drove President Suharto from office. During Thursday's protest they called President Suharto the "Hitler of Asia", and his son-in-law, General Prabowo Subianto the "mastermind of Indonesian atrocities". They also showed photographs of alleged victims. The Philippines Coalition Against Indonesian Atrocities says hundreds of ethnic Chinese suffered at the hands of Indonesian soldiers last May. And the group is demanding an investigation. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We call for support of the worldwide economic sanctions against Indonesia, until the government and the military give justice to all May riot victims and to ensure full civil and other rights to the ethnic Chinese minority and all other sectors of Indonesian society." SUPER CAPTION: Johnny Chang, Spokesman Philippines Coalition Against Atrocities in Indonesia The group plans a big protest rally outside the Indonesian Embassy in Manila on August 17, the day Indonesia celebrates its independence. During the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Ministerial meetings in Manila last month, Chinese students and businessmen held protests to support their claims of violence against the Chinese in Indonesia. They claim the Chinese were used as scapegoats by the Suharto government, which blamed them for Indonesia's worst economic crisis in 30 years. But now, the group says, is the time to stand up. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "This campaign is to awake all Chinese people. For all these years we have been living overseas without status. It is time to wake up, stand up, and come together to support to suppressed Indonesian Chinese people." SUPER CAPTION: Lorenzo Chung, Member, Philippines Coalition Against Atrocities in Indonesia The group says it wants to help the victims in Indonesia but it's difficult to reach many in Indonesia's Chinese community because they fear for their safety. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0d367b429f395798e0164a265a40b7ad Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Earthquake Index Insurance: A Tool to Help Microfinance Institutions in Indonesia
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Earthquake Index Insurance: A Tool to Help Microfinance Institutions in Indonesia

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Supported by the Global Index Insurance Facility (GIIF), the World Bank Group has been working with PT Reasuransi MAIPARK to design and retail an index insurance product that protects the lending portfolios of banks from liquidity crises in the aftermath of an earthquake. This is relevant particularly for microfinance institutions (MFIs) and rural banks to be able to continue lending to communities when funds are most needed. For more information, visit: http://indexinsuranceforum.org *** TRANSCRIPT: This is a story of a microfinance institutions impacting communities all over Indonesia. For thousands of microfinance institutions in Indonesia, their main client base is the surrounding local community. When business is good, clients can repay their loans, and keep money in savings accounts. But Indonesia is a large archipelago spread across the “ring of fire”, and prone to earthquakes with often devastating impacts. Over the past 100 years, there were 96 major earthquakes, causing around 300,000 fatalities. This is almost 1 major earthquake every year. Economic losses caused by the recent 3 major earthquakes was USD 10 billion. Around 133 million people, live in or near high risk earthquake zones. When an earthquake hits, communities, homes and businesses are impacted. Many clients withdraw their savings. They face trouble repaying their loans, and this often causes liquidity crises for the microfinance institutions. After the 2006 Jogja earthquake, some microfinance institutions received no loan repayments for 3 months after the earthquake. It took one full year for the repayment rates to return to normal. In Aceh, non-performing loans for some microfinance institutions in the area went beyond 20% after the 2004 earthquake, taking them several years to recover. The impact of earthquakes are felt more by microfinance institutions with limited geographic operations, as one earthquake in the area can affect all their borrowers at once. Microfinance institutions play a key role in the recovery of a community after earthquakes, when funds are needed quickly and urgently. Preventing liquidity crises, and helping them stay in business is where Earthquake Index Insurance comes in. With Earthquake Index Insurance, the microfinance institution buys insurance to protect their loan portfolios from potential liquidity crises after earthquake events. The insurance payout is triggered by a pre-determined earthquake parameter announced by an independent and established third party like the BMKG or USGS. If their loan portfolio is located in the affected area, they receive an immediate payout. This is different from traditional insurance. It cuts the need to wait for an insurance agent to come and conduct a loss assessment in order to validate the claim. Microfinance institutions can benefit from this immediate payout to mitigate liquidity crises, and continue lending to their community. In this way, earthquake index insurance can help microfinance institutions be more resilient, and help plan contingencies in advance of natural disasters. It can also help microfinance institutions secure and expand access to financial services for the local community, and ultimately be a part of protecting the livelihoods of small businesses and low income households.
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Stuart Jay Raj - Help Preserve Javanese, Balinese and other Bahasa Daerah Indonesia - Hanacaraka
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Stuart Jay Raj - Help Preserve Javanese, Balinese and other Bahasa Daerah Indonesia - Hanacaraka

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Over the years living in Thailand, I had many people coming from Non-English speaking backgrounds approach me about how they might best approach learning Thai. Many of these people came from language backgrounds that had their scripts based on the Indic Sound system - e.g. Burmese, Hindi, Nepali, Panjabi etc. My Burmese maid could speak Thai, but only read Burmese - this was a tool I used to help her start reading Thai. There were also several Thai born Panjabis that could kind of speak Panjabi, but couldn't read or write it. They could however read Thai, so I used this chart to help them learn to write the Gurmukhi script. There were also a lot of Indonesians in the group. Knowing that many of them would have at least had a grounding in 'Bahasa Daerah' or their own 'local language' when they were at school, I thought that this might be enough to give them a head start on their Thai. I originally wanted to include Javanese, Balinese, Sundanese, Batak and a few other 'Bahasa Daerah'. There wasn't enough space on this chart though, so I selected the languages that I thought would serve the largest amount of people living in Thailand / SE Asia. The two local Indonesian languages that I inlcuded in my Indic Consonant Compass are Javanese and Balinese. The whole gyst of this clip is to hopefully inspire Indonesians to not only dilligently persue learning languages from other countries, but to at the same time get excited about breathing new life into the 'Bahasa Daerah' or 'local languages' of Indonesia. In this clip, I pay particular attention to Javanese, because for many people who have learned Javanese at school, they might not realise the relationship between it and Balinese and also it and all the other Indic Scripts. A rhyme 'Hanacaraka' was developed way back as a mnemonic device so people could remember the alphabet easily. Ha Na Ca Ra Ka Da Ta Sa Wa La Pa DHa Ja Ya NYa Ma Ga Ba THa NGa This works wonders for remembering the letters easily, but the downside is that you lose the original framework of the alphabet. When you understand this original base framework of the Indic Sound System, you suddenly have whole new worlds opened up to you. I use this chart also in my Cracking Thai Fundamentals group, so it can also be used by people who have never had any prior learning of a script based on the Indic system. The Indic system's genius is that the letters are arranged as a map of the human mouth. I developed a series of glyphs that represent the key points and actions of the mouth. For Korean speakers, you will notice an eerie similarity. You can find a full explanation at http://stujay.com/2009/01/02/jazz-lessons-on-language-improvisation-101-stuart-jay-raj%E2%80%99s-indic-script-compass/. The chart can be downloaded for free from http://stujay.com/downloads/?did=8 Stuart Jay Raj http://stujay.com
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