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  • Indonesian Food Trade Policy during Covid-19

    Key Messages Covid-19 is disrupting Indonesia’s food system. The Covid-19 outbreak has brought concerns on food security around the world, including in Indonesia 8.29% from what it would have been had Covid-19 did not occur (McKibbin & Fernando, 2020)***. Covid-19 Temporary Trade Measures. Retrieved from Marks, S. The Global Macroeconomic Impacts of Covid-19: Seven Scenarios.

  • Addressing Distance Learning Barriers in Indonesia Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Read other Policy Briefs related to Covid-19 here. Key Messages: The rapid spread of the Covid-19 pandemic has created a disruption in Indonesia’s education The Covid-19 crisis demonstrates a need for large-scale public-private partnerships between relevant Covid-19 Educational Disruption and Response. UNESCO. Rolling Updates on Covid-19 Disease Updated 14 April 2020. WHO.

  • Opinion | COVID-19 Best Practices: An Opportunity for Indonesia & ASEAN

    -19 outbreak. Amazon also is lending computing resources to the COVID-19 High-Performance Computing Consortium, as well as data and insights to the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition. The COVID-19 will hit hard Indonesia, with almost 3 million people having lost their jobs and 70 million -19 health strain and economic stress.

  • Future-Proofing Our Education with the New Bill

    The 19-year-old law is considered no longer able to accommodate the dynamic changes in the country’s educational trajectory and priorities, especially now that COVID-19 has altered our perspective on education to mitigating the shock of future events that may disrupt learning activities, as in the case of the COVID -19 pandemic.

  • Newsletter April 2020 | Taking on the COVID-19 Crisis in Indonesia

    secure garlic supply: Business watchdog Atlas Network - Open Markets are the best antidote against the covid -19 crisis Where We "Went" Maintaining food security during the pandemic: Ensuring affordable food especially Socio-economic impact of COVID-19 to the marginalized community in Indonesia Our researcher Nadia attended

  • Opinion | Open Markets are the Best Antidote Again Covid-19 Crisis

    When I asked what made garlic so expensive, the answer came quick and easy: COVID-19. China may have raised their wholesale prices during COVID-19, but the prospect of windfall profits keeps And then came COVID-19 and added a new level of urgency. While scientists are frantically looking for a vaccine against COVID-19, in public policy, the best antidote While scientists are frantically looking for a vaccine against COVID-19, in public policy, the best antidote

  • Parent’s Perception on Face-to-Face Learning

    Children and young people remain at low risk of COVID-19 mortality. Imbas PTM, 1.299 Sekolah Jadi Klaster Covid-19. Databoks. Vaksinasi Covid-19 Nasional. Diambil dari Parental Engagement in Children's Online Learning During COVID-19 Pandemic. Efficacy of a Fourth Dose of Covid-19 mRNA Vaccine against Omicron.

  • Newsletter May 2020 | What has CIPS achieved since the Covid-19 outbreak?

    You might have visited our website recently and seen it’s all about Covid-19. And our exclusive Covid-19 briefings shared updates and policy analysis with partners in Indonesia and Weekly COVID-19 briefings shared insights on the effects of COVID-19 on food security in Indonesia, economic Speed up economic recovery post-Covid19 Now is the time to think about how to recover the economy post-Covid -19.

  • Indonesia Must Seize Technology Toward Global Education Recovery via G20

    -19 pandemic. education, digital technology for education, solidarity and partnership, and the future of work post-COVID -19. More than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed us to the structural inequality in education -19” by the World Bank, UNESCO and UNICEF (December 2021).

  • We Need to Talk About Teachers’ Mental Health

    While it is true that mental health has already been a topic of discussion even before the COVID-19 outbreak Teacher’s mental health during the pandemic Just as COVID-19 cases have been going up and down in Indonesia psychoeducation and online resources to support people dealing with mental health issues as a result of COVID -19.

  • Education Deconstructed: Hopes for the New Bill

    As if a blessing in disguise, the COVID-19 pandemic gave the ministry, its staff and other education As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of 10-year-old students in the majority of low- and middle-income

  • Opinion | Co-regulation To Map The Many Faces of Indonesia’s Micro and Small Businesses

    Government support for micro and small businesses both prior and during the Covid-19 Pandemic, have taken question the impact of the Ministry of Finance’s six-month tax relief program for MSEs during the first Covid -19 outbreak last year.

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