With our new focus on the SDG financing challenge, it became clear we had to work differently. We sought out partners unlike ourselves, including commercial investors, and began working in a strongly collaborative manner, where organizational boundaries are blurred.
Cemara Beach, located near to Berbak National Park, is a wintering ground for migrant waterbirds. Read our journey to see thousands of migrant waterbirds and their relation to Sumatran tiger conservation.
The Indonesian Waqf Board (BWI) continues to promote the productive management of waqf as an alternative source of funding for community welfare and poverty eradication programs. Meanwhile, UNDP is in charge of the SDGs. SDGs is a universal call that aims to eradicate poverty in every UN member state.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), together with the Forum Kajian Pembangunan (FKP) hosts a discussion forum entitled “Towards the 2030 Agenda: Mobilizing Innovative and Social Finance” which discusses the role of innovative and social finance to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Declaration laid out specific points for action needed to effectively counter and prevent violent extremism. It highlights that religion, particularly religious education, has untapped potential and resources to achieve this. It also underlines the need to strengthen dialogue and engagement among religious institutions as an important part of religious education.
This blog is a continuation of “Heaven Below Water and Hell on Earth”. It serves as a deeper observation of Tomia’s tourism scene and how the island is preparing itself for the wave of tourists ahead.
Workshop in leveraging waqf comprising land three times the size of Singapore

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