Nouvarah Ahdiba

Nouvarah Ahdiba

22
February

 

The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries - KKP wants the economic value of seaweed commodities which are widely cultivated in various regions to be optimized and improved globally. Secretary General of the KKP Aquaculture, Gemi Triastutik in launching the Cooperation Program between the Government of Indonesia and Australia on Improving Seaweed Seed Production held in Jakarta, Friday (21/2) said that although seaweed cultivation is abundant, its economic value is not optimal. According to Gemi, currently many raw seaweed commodities are exported. Though seaweed can be developed, it has more added value. (Ant)

22
February

 

Jakarta (VOI News) - The National Library of Indonesia collaborates with the National Library of the Netherlands in Leiden to digitize collections about Indonesia. This was stated by Head of the Indonesian National Library, Muhammad Syarif Bando during a press conference in Jakarta on Friday (2/21).

"Right now, we are cooperating with Leiden, the Dutch government to digitize our collections in the Netherlands where we will take them back next. Because, the Indonesian people must know that the three-quarters of collections in the entire Dutch Library are about Indonesia, and they have been collected for hundreds of years. This further convinces us how the developed countries are hungry for reading materials, no matter from which country is." Syarief Bando said.

The press conference was held related to the plan of the National Library to hold a National Coordination Meeting for Indonesian librarians with the theme "Librarian Innovation and Creativity in Strengthening Literacy Culture to Achieve Superior Human Resources towards Indonesia On ward". The National Coordination Meeting will take place in Jakarta from 25 to 27 February 2020 and is scheduled to be officially opened by Minister of Home Affairs, Tito Karnavian. (VOI-NK/R)

14
November


Bank Indonesia –BI believes the Islamic economy and finance will be a solution to increase the level of financial inclusion in Indonesia, which is still stagnant, as well as a tool to address the impact of slowing global economic growth. During the opening of the 2019 Indonesia Sharia Economic Festival (ISEF) in Jakarta, Wednesday (11/13), Governor of BI, Perry Warjiyo said that Islamic economic and financial activities which involve a lot of Micro and Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) would reach all levels of society groups in various regions that do not yet have access to financial products and services. Islamic economic and financial activities that empower the MSMEs will increase productivity, so that the domestic economy will be able to deal with the global economic slowdown. This increase in MSME productivity will trigger a more inclusive income distribution. In addition, financing with sharia principles will be more environmentally friendly and sustainable. (Ant-Sg/Ahm)

06
May