SATNET Blog

25 Jan 2018

Empowering women economically can lead a route to sustainable development while reducing gender gaps. Among them is entrepreneurship, enabling women to make a greater contribution to development. Attaining Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for women means increasing women participation in leadership and decision making as well as guaranteeing their rights to productive resources. Goal 5, 8, and 9 in the SDGs indicate the importance of gender equality and small-medium enterprises (SMEs) growth.

11 Jan 2018

The implementation of social protection programmes often deviates from its targeted measure and recipients. Government and experts have been making efforts to improving the programme effectiveness. For instance, the Indonesian Government has reformed the distribution pattern of subsidized rice for the poor (Raskin) by utilizing identification card as an access to Raskin. Additionally, information is considered as one of the essential tools to raise citizen awareness about their rights to public service.

03 Jan 2017

On 20–21 December 2016, various NGOs which are implementing the projects in Myanmar Dry Zone area participated in Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on ‘Scaling-up Interventions for Sustainable Agricultura

28 Nov 2016

Climate change have impact on various agriculture production. Mr. Thawatchai Dechachete from Thailand Office of Agricultural Economics (OAE) gave presentation on the impact of climate Change on the Agriculture sector in Thailand during Policy Analysis Workshop, held on 15-17 November 2016 in Bogor, Indonesia.