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Difable Activists in Labuapi Sub-District Has Become More Active


The supports PATTIRO provided to the difable friends in West Lombok District until October 2015 has been running for one semester. During this period of time, there is an important change that should be highlighted; it is the establishment of a difable activist community named Center of Difable Potential Development (PPPD) in Labuapi Sub-district on

To Reduce Maternal Deaths, PATTIRO Launched SMS MatraSTAT


Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) in Semarang District continues to increase every year. The data released by Semarang District Health Department put the 2014 MMR at 144 deaths per 100,000 births. Instead of declining, the Health Department’s data shows that 2015 first semester MMR increased to 147 deaths per 100,000 births. This situation indicates that the

PATTIRO Launched an SMS Gateway Application for Health Complaint Service Center


To improve the quality of health care service provided by the Community Health Center, Center for Regional Information and Studies (PATTIRO) together with PATTIRO Surakarta and Surakarta Health Department launch an SMS Gateway based application named SMS PANDAN (Health Complaint Service Center). This SMS-based application is created to ease the people of Surakarta in delivering

Multi Stakeholder Discussion on Persons with Disabilities Mainstreaming: The Role of the Government and Civil Society in Realizing Social Inclusion Has Not Been Optimal Yet


Even though the Indonesian Government has ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Law since 2011, until now, the implementation of this regulation is still far from what we have expected all this time. As in Sorong District, West Papua, there are still many rights of the disabilities the government has not

Discussion of Local Regulation Draft on Protection and Rights Fulfillment of Persons with Disabilities


As mandated by the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, every Indonesian citizen reserves the right to social welfare and protection. However, up to this moment, it seems that the State is still not able yet to fulfill, particularly, the rights of the persons with disabilities to social welfare and protection. To encourage the