Child marriage: A silent, deadly alarm
Director of Rumah Kita Bersama Foundation
PREMIUM The northern part of Lamongan in East Java witnesses the migration of its residents to many regions. They become migrant workers both within and outside the country, or sell the regency’s famed delicacies — pecel lele (catfish) or soto (soup) — at food stalls from Sabang in the archipelago’s western tip of Aceh to Merauke, Papua in the east. Some of the ...
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