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7 March 2013
World Food Programme - Indonesia invites applications from eligible candidates for the following positions:
 
  1. Programme Assistant (Climate Change)
  2. National Programme Officer (Food Security Assessments)
  3. Senior Programme Assistant (Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change and FFA)
  4. Senior Programme Assistant          
  5. Logistics Officer (Emergency Preparedness and Response)
  6. Logistics Officer (Supply Chain and Disaster Risk Reduction)
  7. Programme Officer (Community-based DRR & Climate Change Adaptation)
  8. Program Officer (Head of Sub-Office) Papua
  9. Programme Officer (Food Security Monitoring)
  10. Programme Officer (HIV- Nutrition)
  11. Donor and Private Sector Relations Officer (Head, Partnership Unit)
  12. Programme Officer (Head of Sub-Office) NTB
Emergencies, Nutrition
5 February 2013

Unexpected floods in Jakarta last month displaced thousands of people, including children. In disaster situations such as this, it's easy to lose track of eating the right kind of foods for a healthy life. WFP and Kraft Indonesia joined hands to ensure that this doesn't happen especially to the children in the evacuation centers.

Nutrition, School Meals
28 January 2013

Juggling life as a vendor, a wife, a homemaker and a mother to four children, a woman rises to the challenge for something she believes in.

 
Nutrition
4 December 2012

Health activist, breastfeeding motivator and mother, Orance Banunaek shares her experience as a health cadre volunteer in Noeana Posyandu in East Nusa Tenggara. 

Climate Change
14 June 2012

For as long as they can remember, the people from Montong Sapah, a poor village in Praya Barat Daya sub-district in Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), always had difficulty accessing water.

Food for Assets
15 February 2012

In Bikekneno, a small village in Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia, Food-For-Asset activities inspire people to hope for a hunger-free future.

Nutrition
2 December 2011
As part of government efforts to address nutrition issues in Indonesia, WFP’s provision of fortified biscuits has helped double attendance rates at health centres in Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) province
Nutrition, School Meals
26 August 2011

In Indonesia, a new approach to school meals is doing more than just ensuring kids get something healthy to eat every day.

School Meals
23 June 2011

WFP's School Feeding Programme has been helping school girls like Imelda get a daily ration of fortified biscuits at school.


10 June 2011

This weekend, leaders from the world of big business gathered in Jakarta, Indonesia, for the World Economic Forum East Asia. The World Food Programme was there too, keen to build on existing partnerships and explore new opportunities for partners in the global fight against world hunger. Go to our blog