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  • Jubilee Campaign Indonesia Trip Report
    Kie-Eng Go and Ann Buwalda (Long Report)
    More than 97,000 refugees in Poso and more than 350,000 refugees in Maluku are in desperate need of basic life necessities, including basic education for children. Before the violence erupted, both the Muslim and Christian IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons) had lived with very adequate lifestyles and income, but now they exist in conditions that are a shocking change for them. Central Sulawesi and Maluku, both rich with natural resources, had in the past attracted a good deal of international commerce.
  • Consolidated Inter-Agency Appeal 2002 for Internally Displaced Person in Indonesia
    OCHA, UN (Long Report, 152 pages)
    The collapse of the Soeharto regime in 1998 permitted a series of violent conflicts to resurface across the archipelago. In less than three years, six different internal conflicts have erupted forcing more than 1.3 million people to become internally displaced (IDPs). This consolidated appeal (CA) focuses on these IDPs from the provinces of Aceh, West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan and Madura, Central Sulawesi, Malukus and Papua.

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