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26 February 2011
Volunteering goes for a song in Jakarta 
Monique Coleman, star of the popular Disney franchise 'High School Musical' visited Indonesia on 21-22 February as part of a world tour to promote the International Year of Youth. (UNIC)
Jakarta, Indonesia: Volunteers in Indonesia had the chance to lay on a real-life 'High School Musical' with the help of actress Monique Coleman. The 30-year-old star of the popular Disney franchise visited Indonesia on 21-22 February as part of a world tour to promote the International Year of Youth.   Read article
More about: Culture & sports  Youth
06 February 2010
Climate change no joke as Indonesia goes for a song 
Jakarta, Indonesia: UNV Indonesia organized environmental comic and song competitions with high schools.  Read article
More about: Environment  Youth
09 January 2009
Passing it forward in Aceh by Ken To
Despite the devastation of the 2004 tsunami, some children still enjoy the waves. (K. To)
Banda Aceh, Indonesia: "Very often we do not tend to realize, let alone appreciate, that we already have so much more than most people in the world." A volunteer with International Humanity Foundation relates his teaching experiences in Aceh, Indonesia.  Read article
More about: China  Children  Education
28 December 2006
New song on volunteerism and tsunami recovery released by Vero Balderas, UNV Communication Specialist Banda Aceh
UNV volunteers attend special ceremony commemorating the Tsunami Anniversary in the Lampuuk region Aceh Besar
Banda Aceh, Indonesia: In partnership with the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme, Acehnese musicians Mahrisal Rubi and Edy Erwinsyah released a song commemorating the second anniversary of the tsunami that hit several countries of South East Asia on 26 December 2004.  Read article
More about: Advocacy  Culture & sports
04 December 2006
Bringing joy to tsunami victims in Indonesia 
Banda Aceh, Indonesia: More than 100 people, many of them affected by the 2004 tsunami, participated in a ‘Volunteer Awareness Campaign’ organized by United Nations Volunteers programme in Banda Aceh on 2 December.   Read article

 

Related links
ProFauna Indonesia 
ProFauna Indonesia offers volunteering opportunities to anyone interested. The activities in the organization's projects range from education of wildlife conservation to public camapign and awareness programmes.  Visit site
International Humanity Foundation (IHF) 
International Humanity Foundation (IHF) is a non-religious, non-political, non-profit organization dedicated to providing the world's poor with basic humanitarian aid while preserving their cultures, traditions and beliefs. IHF seeks volunteers in Indonesia, Kenya and Thailand, where they help to improve the lives of thousands of children.  Visit site
Indonesia and Australia coordinate voluntary activities 
Australia and Indonesia should combine forces in cooperation with voluntary organizations in the world to improve coordination in implementing voluntary activities in Indonesia.

"It must be done as a form of appreciation to millions of people spending their time as volunteers," Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Bill Farmer said in a written statement.

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Related blog entries
Volunteers try to line up earthquake survivors as they queue up for food at a distribution point in Bantul, Indonesia, May 31, 2006. Relief efforts for an estimated 650,000 people displaced by Indonesia's earthquake picked up Wednesday with a surge of foreign aid workers coming into the region and the reopening of a key airport. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara
07 June 2006, 10:34
Aid volunteer's diary: Day three 
Father Agus Gunadi, 42, of the Roman Catholic Church of St Yusuf in Yogyakarta, has been helping people affected by the Java earthquake. He tells how a crisis centre has been set up by the parish to give aid and shelter to survivors.  Read entry
01 June 2006, 16:19
Aid volunteer's diary: Day two 
Father Agus Gunadi, 42, of the Roman Catholic Church of St Yusuf in Yogyakarta, has been helping people affected by the Java earthquake. He tells how a crisis centre has been set up by the parish to give aid and shelter to survivors.  Read entry