Comuniti: 9 the Most Viewed Articles in October. What an Interesting Articles!

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Comuniti: 9 the Most Viewed Articles in October. What an Interesting Articles!

Comuniti, is an organization actively following the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals in the republic of Indonesia as well as around the globe and provides many articles that talk about SDGs. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a global action plan agreed by world leaders, including Indonesia. The SDGs contain 17 Goals and 169 Targets that are expected to be achieved by 2030. 

The 17 goals namely, (1) No Poverty, (2) Zero Hunger, (3) Good Health and Well being, (4) Quality Education, (5) Gender Equality, (6) Clean Water and Sanitation, (7) Affordable and Clean Energy, (8) Decent Work and Economic Growth, (9) Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, (10) Reduced Inequalities, (11) Sustainable Cities and Communities, (12) Responsible Consumption and Production, (13) Climate Action, (14) Life Below Water, (15) Life on land, (16) Peace, Justice, and Strong Institution, (17) Partnerships for the Goals.

Those 17 goals were written in the form of a article by many authors. Below are 9 most viewed articles in October. Curious what is the articles about and who are the author? Let’s check it out now and read the full article in the link that will provided below.

No Poverty

No Poverty In Indonesia’s Bonus Demography 2030? – By Aulifia Salsha

Comuniti: Poverty situation in Indonesia

Indonesia is one of the developed countries in Asia as well as in the world. Besides, massive populations are also defiance for Indonesia itself. Throughout history, Indonesia has had massive populations that are always facing challenges such as poverty. However, based on bappenas.go.id, Indonesia predicted will encounter bonus demography starting from 2030 until 2040.

Bonus demography should be considered for everyone include the Millenials (generation who was born when the technology has advanced) since that can carry huge advantages and disadvantages. The profit becomes visible if the government and society cooperate equally. There are several things to do for the preparation of bonus demography such as deepening education for students and skills for employees…..

Quality Education

EDUCATION QUALITY DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC – By Renda Aulia

Comuniti: A boy reading a paper

Coronavirus or Covid-19 Pandemic giving an impact on all of the aspects and one of them is education. The Covid-19’s spread had a huge impact on the economic world, which was beginning to subside, but the impact is now being seen in the educational sector. Many countries, including Indonesia, have adopted regulations that prohibit all educational programs, forcing the government and affiliated institutions to provide alternative teaching effectiveness for parents and educators that are unable to complete the teaching practice in educational institutions. during the pandemic, the COVID-19 education quality of Indonesia is getting better for an online class.

Emerging research also suggests that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a pronounced detrimental influence on academic growth as the education quality for many students, hence exacerbating the previously mentioned inequities. The global economy is weakening, while cultural bonds are deteriorating, leading to a lack of connection and concern for others. The COVID-19 virus has had an effect on everyone…..

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Gender Equality

Gender Equality in Japan Cannot Yet be Realized in 2020. What is The Cause of This Big Problem? – By Adrianus Theo

Comuniti: Community in Tokyo

Gender equality in Japan, one of the developed countries in the Asian region with a per capita income in 2020 of 40,165,158 USD still cannot be realized. This country is very advanced in various fields such as technology, education, economy, etc. due to the principle of hard work that is firmly held and respects time. However, who would have thought that this one developed country was also lagging behind. One of them is in the field of gender equality in everyday life.

In the 2020 World Economic Forum report, the country that earned the nickname “The Land of Rising Sun” is ranked 121 out of 153 countries in the global gender equality ranking. This ranking is even worse than the previous rank, where they were ranked 101 out of 153 countries when Shinzo Abe, the ex prime minister, took office in 2012.

Even when the new prime minister, Yoshihide Suga, took office, gender equality in the country still not resolved. The Japanese government is not just standing still in the face of this problem. During the reign of Shinzo Abe,…..

Clean Water and Sanitation

Implementations of Clean Water and Sanitation in the world since 1990 – By Areola Kharisma

Comuniti: Clean Water

By definition, clean water and sanitation is a movement from one of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals program to make access to clean water and good sanitation facilities, especially in slum areas and rural areas.

About 1 in 3 of the world’s population does not have access to clean water and adequate sanitation facilities. Adequate sanitation facilities include the absence of hand soap, running water, and a hygienic or healthy place. More than 600 million people in the world still use defecation facilities in open and dirty places.

Many places around the world and especially rural areas still do not have access to clean water and adequate sanitation facilities. United Nation through UNICEF implements Clean Water and Sanitation from one of the Sustainable Development Goals programs to…..

Top 5 Countries with Poor Sanitation and Worst Water – By Aulifia Salsha

Comuniti: Condition in some poor country

Poor sanitation is the initial phase that caused other possible problems to appear. As a result, an unhygienic environment and bad quality of health will spread easily. All the more, the place itself has a massive population density. This encourages the breed of virus and leads to unpreventable epidemics. Hygiene-related diseases put a stop to absorb the nutrition and other necessary substance that our body needs.

Based on who.int, up to 800.000 people who live in middle to low income has bad opportunities to decease as a result of poor sanitation, hygiene, and unhealthy water. Those causes encourage the death rate of up to 400.000 cases. In fact, children under 5 years old can be…..

Affordable and Clean Energy

THE OCEAN IS BELONG TO OUR ENERGY OF LIFE; 4 ways to keep it clean. – By Renda Aulia

Comuniti: Garbage in the Sea

As human beings, the ocean is part of our living, the ocean is life, and people connect the sea. On the other side, it nearly for all aspects that we need the ocean, the food, air that we breathe and the water that we drink is from the ocean. It attains successfully and fits the ocean through 2020, creates a sustainable competitive advantage, and preserves marine and coastal ecosystems to avoid detrimental consequences, remarkably while increasing natural resilience and responding appropriately towards environmental maintenance…..

Decent Work and Economic Growth

Building the Economy through Improving Infrastructure : A Part of Jokowi’s Nawacita (9 Priority Program) – By Nina Asri

Comuniti: Tools to aid infrastructure development

Currently, Indonesia is focusing on building infrastructure. Under President Joko Widodo, Indonesia aims to boost its infrastructure development. Especially, Jokowi’s Nawacita (nine priority program) prioritizes accelerating infrastructure development to connect the peripheries with growth and promoting connectivity between islands in the archipelago. Indonesian government is aware of the important of infrastructure to improve social and economic aspects. Some important issues that need to be known in infrastructure development by Joko Widodo. Such as…..

Climate Change

5 Global Warming Easy Things That Can Be Done In Early-Prevention – By Aulifia Salsha

Comuniti: Love our earth

Based on byjus.com, global warming can be defined as the rising of general temperature on the earth including in the atmosphere, ocean, and also lands. The most prominent thing that can be noticed such as the melting of ice in the polar regions and the tendency of rising temperature.

Human activities lead to the reason global warming is happening. As the result, the earth’s climate is becoming extremely hot and uncertain at a particular time. However, the human daily life’s patterns are always developing and changing. Indeed, in general, this will be harder to be avoided and ceased suddenly. Thus, people should do something to decrease the more severe disadvantages of global warming. As a human being, how to deal with global warming is necessary to be discovered. This is due to social being’s…..

Life Below Water

Life Below Water will be threatened in 2030? – Areola Kharisma

Comuniti: Life below water

Healthy oceans and seas are very important for human life. They cover 70 percent of our planet and we need them for food, energy and water. However, the humans had managed to do tremendous damage to this precious resource. We must protect them by eliminating pollution and overfishing and immediately start managing and protecting all marine life around the world responsibly.

In 2015, the United Nations created a movement called the Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs. There are 17 movements in the SDGs and one of the goals of the Sustainable Development Goals is the Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas, and marine resources.

The oceans power the global system that makes the Earth habitable for ankind. Rainwater, drinking water, weather, climate, coastlines, much of our food, and even the oxygen in the air we breathe, are….

Okey, that’s all the 9 most viewed articles in this October that published in Comuniti, is there any article/s that you interested in? Hope that the article/s can give useful information that you need and don’t forget to visit Comuniti in order to read the other articles. See ya!

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