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Some 88,000 people have been displaced by the twin disasters in Indonesia's hardest-hit areas. Ibu Fariati and her family now share a tent with six other families.
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"I am so scared. I can't even describe it," Ibu Fariati, 27, told UNFPA. On 28 September, Ms. Fariati's home collapsed in a 7.5-magnitude earthquake that, just 30 minutes later by some accounts, unleashed a 6-metre wall of water. The wave swept away Ms. Fariati's home - and nearly 70,000 others.

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Passionate and fiery Johanna Tantria T. Wardham, is known universally as Jo. A popular figure in the urban slums of Jakarta, she can often be spotted in Prumpung and other neighborhoods, on the outskirts of Indonesia's bustling capital city. Her mission in life is to build a culture of gender

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Meet Hikmah Bafagih, from Malang in East Java, Indonesia. University professor, community organizer, peace-builder, Counsellor, mother, wife-Bafagih has many roles. She is also a religious leader, steering the women's wing of the biggest Muslim organization in Indonesia. Her vision is to create an

 

ndonesian President Joko Widodo (centre) with UN Women and partners. Photo: UN Women/Ryan Brown
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Massive event commemorates International Day of Peace, celebrates women's empowerment and resilient communities Date: Sunday, October 8, 2017 President Widodo, who in 2015 announced his support to UN Women's HeForShe global initiative to advance gender equality, joined with UN Women and the Wahid Foundation, with the support of the Government of Japan, to celebrate the contribution of women entrepreneurs in local development and to emphasize women's roles in promoting peaceful coexistence and resilient communities.

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Retno Marsudi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia receives the Women of Achievement Award from President of Global Partnerships Forum, Amir Dossal and UN Women Deputy Executive Directory Lakshmi Puri. 

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Remarks by UN Women Deputy Executive Director Lakshmi Puri at the World Parliamentary Forum second Plenary on "Ending violence, sustaining peace" in Bali, Indonesia.