index berita - Public Welfare
  • Govt Expects Continuous Education in Asmat

    Jakarta, InfoPublik - Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture (Menko PMK) Puan Maharani accompanied by Social Minister Idrus Marham, Health Minister Nila F Moeloek, Education and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendi, and Presidential Chief of
  • Government helps Community gain Benefits from Research

    Jakarta, InfoPublik – The Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (Kemenristekdikti) continues its effort to create various schemes that can encourage the utilization of research results by people with various technologies.
  • Health Ministry deploys fourth FHC team to Agats

    Jakarta, InfoPublik – Health Ministry’s fourth Flying Health Care (FHC) team had been dispatched to Asmat to provide nutrition, immunization, and general practitioner assistance.
  • Government increases protection for migrant workers

    Jakarta, InfoPublik – The government is increasing Indonesian migrant workers (TKI) protection. It is realized by implementing service improvement program at the border and TKI pocket areas by building one stop integrated services (LTSA).
  • Finance Minister Criticizes Four Local Governments for Depositing a Large Amount of Money in Banks

    Jakarta, InfoPublik - Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati expressed her criticism and reminded a number of local governments that she believed still deposited a relatively large number of money in the banks.
  • Kemenko PMK: It Needs Hard Work to Reach Bureaucratic Reform Target

    InfoPublik – Secretary of the Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Cultural Affairs (Kemenko PMK) Y.B. Satya Sananugraha, as Chairman of the Bureaucratic Reform (RB) Team of Kemenko PMK, chaired an RB Team meeting, yesterday.
  • Seismic Hazard Map update accelerates infrastructure development

    Jakarta, InfoPublik - Public Works and Housing Minister Basuki Hadimuljono expected that the Seismic Hazard Map could accelerate recent government’s rapid infrastructure development.
  • Preventing Measles and Rubella, Vaccinations Starts Tomorrow

    Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesia is committed to reduce Measles and Rubella (MR) attack rate to 95 percent by 2020.
  • Earthquake rattles Sukabumi, no tsunami threat

    Jakarta, InfoPublik – Earthquake that rattled the south of West Java was centered at 179 kilometers of Sukabumi city on Monday (6/12) at 06:15 am local time.
  • Jakarta government prepares five extra terminals for mudik

    Jakarta, InfoPublik – Jakarta Transportation Agency (Dishub DKI) has prepared five extra terminals to serve passengers for mudik—Eid homecoming tradition. Meanwhile, three main terminals will serve the passengers from D-10 to D+14 for back