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coping with Jakarta Flood _01

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a father and his daughter passed through inundated Jatinegara Barat street.

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Incessant rain throughout the Greater Jakarta area and in Puncak Bogor since Thursday, January 16, 2014, have been inundated at least 48 subdistricts in 27 districts in the Jakarta city.

Due to the flood, nearly 30,800 people had been displaced from 140 affected areas as water levels reached critical levels at several flood gates on Saturday evening, said Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesman for the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB).

Kampung Pulo, Kampung Melayu and Bukit Duri is ones of the most inundated areas when flood hit Jakarta.

A series of pictures above is about people, children, parents who are coping with the flood in Kampung Melayu, Kampung Pulo and Bukit Duri.

Grebeg Maulud procession _1

 

January 114, 2014 people have been congregating in front of Pagelaran Keraton Yogyakarta, filling in Alun-Alun Lor (the north square) and Masjid Agung awaitng for the Grebeg Maulud procession.

At 10 a.m. the Grebeg Maulud procession began when Keraton Yogyakarta  guard units (perajurit Keraton)marched out of the Keraton Yogyakarta, passed through the Siti Hinggil and Pagelaran onto the Alun-Alun Lor, then turned west to enter the Masjid Agung.

The Gunungan, a food offerings in the shape of mountains symbolizing male and female fertility (lingga and yoni), were brought  from the Keraton to the Masjid Agung right behind the Perajurit Keraton’s (Keraton guard units) march.

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January 114, 2014 people have been congregating in front of Pagelaran Keraton Yogyakarta, filling in Alun-Alun Lor (the north square) and Masjid Agung awaitng for the Grebeg Maulud procession.

At 10 a.m. the Grebeg Maulud procession began when Keraton Yogyakarta  guard units (perajurit Keraton)marched out of the Keraton Yogyakarta, passed through the Siti Hinggil and Pagelaran onto the Alun-Alun Lor, then turned west to enter the Masjid Agung.

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January 114, 2014 people have been congregating in front of Pagelaran Keraton Yogyakarta, filling in Alun-Alun Lor (the north square) and Masjid Agung awaitng for the Grebeg Maulud procession.

At 10 a.m. the Grebeg Maulud procession began when Keraton Yogyakarta  guard units (perajurit Keraton)marched out of the Keraton Yogyakarta, passed through the Siti Hinggil and Pagelaran onto the Alun-Alun Lor, then turned west to enter the Masjid Agung.

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January 114, 2014 people have been congregating in front of Pagelaran Keraton Yogyakarta, filling in Alun-Alun Lor (the north square) and Masjid Agung awaitng for the Grebeg Maulud procession.

At 10 a.m. the Grebeg Maulud procession began when Keraton Yogyakarta  guard units (perajurit Keraton)marched out of the Keraton Yogyakarta, passed through the Siti Hinggil and Pagelaran onto the Alun-Alun Lor, then turned west to enter the Masjid Agung.

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 The female Gunungan paraded.

 January 114, 2014 people have been congregating in front of Pagelaran Keraton Yogyakarta, filling in Alun-Alun Lor (the north square) and Masjid Agung awaitng for the Grebeg Maulud procession.  

At 10 a.m. the Grebeg Maulud procession began when Keraton Yogyakarta  guard units (perajurit Keraton)marched out of the Keraton Yogyakarta, passed through the Siti Hinggil and Pagelaran onto the Alun-Alun Lor, then turned west to enter the Masjid Agung.

The Gunungan, a food offerings in the shape of mountains symbolizing male and female fertility (lingga and yoni), were brought  from the Keraton to the Masjid Agung right behind the Perajurit Keraton’s (Keraton guard units) march.

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A male Gunungan paraded.

January 114, 2014 people have been congregating in front of Pagelaran Keraton Yogyakarta, filling in Alun-Alun Lor (the north square) and Masjid Agung awaitng for the Grebeg Maulud procession.

At 10 a.m. the Grebeg Maulud procession began when Keraton Yogyakarta  guard units (perajurit Keraton)marched out of the Keraton Yogyakarta, passed through the Siti Hinggil and Pagelaran onto the Alun-Alun Lor, then turned west to enter the Masjid Agung.

The Gunungan, a food offerings in the shape of mountains symbolizing male and female fertility (lingga and yoni), were brought  from the Keraton to the Masjid Agung right behind the Perajurit Keraton’s (Keraton guard units) march.

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January 114, 2014 people have been congregating in front of Pagelaran Keraton Yogyakarta, filling in Alun-Alun Lor (the north square) and Masjid Agung awaitng for the Grebeg Maulud procession.

At 10 a.m. the Grebeg Maulud procession began when Keraton Yogyakarta  guard units (perajurit Keraton)marched out of the Keraton Yogyakarta, passed through the Siti Hinggil and Pagelaran onto the Alun-Alun Lor, then turned west to enter the Masjid Agung.

The Gunungan, a food offerings in the shape of mountains symbolizing male and female fertility (lingga and yoni), were brought  from the Keraton to the Masjid Agung right behind the Perajurit Keraton’s (Keraton guard units) march.

Grebeg Maulud procession _8

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January 114, 2014 people have been congregating in front of Pagelaran Keraton Yogyakarta, filling in Alun-Alun Lor (the north square) and Masjid Agung awaitng for the Grebeg Maulud procession.

At 10 a.m. the Grebeg Maulud procession began when Keraton Yogyakarta  guard units (perajurit Keraton)marched out of the Keraton Yogyakarta, passed through the Siti Hinggil and Pagelaran onto the Alun-Alun Lor, then turned west to enter the Masjid Agung.

The Gunungan, a food offerings in the shape of mountains symbolizing male and female fertility (lingga and yoni), were brought  from the Keraton to the Masjid Agung right behind the Perajurit Keraton’s (Keraton guard units) march.

learning math [1]

 

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During 1st grade to 4th grade of primary school, children are learning to read, write, essential math and problem solving skills. Children should learn to explore the world around them and are given opportunities to develop creative and social skills in these early grades of primary school.

Teacher should create a safe and happy environment where children are valued, praised and encouraged rather than just instructed to recite lessons.

The pictures above documented children who learn math in 4th grade of a rural primary school in Sulawesi, Indonesia.