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Medicine for a sick system

Medicine for a sick system

Healthcare in Indonesia suffers from many chronic problems that only healthier politics can cure

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In search of sustainable farming

In search of sustainable farming

Bali-based NGOs are an important part of Indonesia’s growing sustainable agriculture movement

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Inside Yudhoyono'€™s anti-corruption machine

Inside Yudhoyono'€™s anti-corruption machine

Despite attempts to re-engineer Indonesia’s governance mechanisms, corruption remains a chronic problem

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Voices from the muddy void

Voices from the muddy void

Living with the Lapindo disaster

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Eco-tourism for whom?

Eco-tourism for whom?

Bunaken National Marine Park is promoted as an ideal mix of tourism and conservation, but not all local people agree.

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The price of peace

The price of peace

Reintegration funds have caused problems as well as solving them.

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Bitter taste of victory

In Aceh and Timor, violence remains an attractive option for men even after the peace

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Picking up the pieces

Rebuilding after an earthquake takes local initiatives as well as aid.

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Facing disaster

The 27 May earthquake shook a kingdom, not just a city.

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Caring for people with AIDS

Universal access to treatment is not just a dream

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Aid must embrace social change

Aid must embrace social change

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Aid with strings attached

Foreign policy not poverty reduction drives the Australian aid program

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From poverty to social justice

Aid works best when it seeks to confront social injustice

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Reconstruction meets resistance

NGOs and local people work together to rebuild communities, until feudalism intervenes

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Partnership or pretence

Who should call the shots – international donors or local NGOs?

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A free lunch?

Much aid comes with strings attached – crippling loan repayments, exploitation of resources and vulnerability to unfriendly international markets

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Acehnese voices

As reconstruction moves into high gear, it’s time to listen to tsunami victims

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After the tsunami, the free for all

International agencies need to take the time to understand local groups

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After the tsunami

Journal of an Aceh volunteer

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Insecurity for NGOs

Western security agendas have shifted donor priorities, forcing NGOs to rethink their own agendas

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