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It’s been 20 years together, what’s next?

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This is the time to fly, to create, to investigate, to listen, to refresh, to reinvent together. Twenty plus years ago, JASS was born! Determined to go against the grain and create a movement-oriented alternative to the NGO model, our…

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The Power of Women in Indonesia

Celebrating PEKKA’s 22nd anniversary in person in Jakarta, the author, Lori Cajegas, been privileged to witness and experience power from within in all its greatness and diversity. Women powering up with each other does change and transform lives. Written by…

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PEKKA’s Innovative Model Lauded by International Experts

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Who wins over both feminist activists and the World Bank and Japanese government? The answer is PEKKA, JASS’ Indonesian partner, a network of women headed households. Nani Zulminarni, JASS Southeast Asia Regional Coordinator and founding director of PEKKA, was in Washington, DC with her colleague Petronella Peniloli, PEKKA leader and Village Chief, on January 19th for the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF). Selected after a thorough assessment by Bank experts, PEKKA was chosen as the number one best project funded by the JSDF.
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Justine Alyssa A. Siscar

Justine Alyssa Siscar is a researcher, activist, and a writer from Manila, Philippines. During her time in the university, she worked with fellow students and youth from urban poor communities in Metro Manila in campaigning for access to quality education.…

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Sinoun Poev

Sinoun Poev is the country coordinator for Cambodia. She has been deeply involved research, humanitarian and development work. She is one of the founding members of the BREAKTHROUGH movement, led social media awareness-raising through film making, and has co-created art-based…

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