Raja Ampat And Chance Education
Raja Ampat and Chance Education
Raja Ampat and Chance Education – Since the 1998 crisis, the poverty rate in Indonesia has been claimed. To had dropped dramatically, based on the survey conducted. The poverty rate in Indonesia is at 9.82% or 25.95 million poor people.
However, these quantitative statistics and figures. Don’t fully illustrate, the real conditions. Of the quality of life. For Indonesian people.
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The provinces of Papua. And West Papua are in the first. And a second place. With the highest. Poverty rates. No less than 1/5 of the Papuan people. Live below the poverty line.
And yep, formal education is important, to improve the quality of human capital.
Therefore, education measured through school enrollment rates. Is an indicator in determining. Human quality. The high rate of dropping out, of school in Raja Ampat. Is a serious problem. For the government.
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On the other hand, an increasingly open world requires. Every locality to increase the capacity. And the competitiveness, of its people.
Moreover, the development of the Raja Ampat Islands tourism. That continues to be done, or not has to be balanced. With the development, of its community.
The government is required to carry out, physical infrastructure development in conjunction. With the development, of social infrastructure. (Health and education). Raja Ampat and Chance Education
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Papuans generally have the potential. For good social capital which is measured. For example., from a wealth of informal values. And norms including. Informal institutions.
If local knowledge and beliefs are combined, with personal skills and expertise (human capital). The acceleration of improving community welfare can be realized.
The Special Autonomy Fund (Otsus) owned by Papua. Should be maximized. Not only in the economic. And tourism sectors. But, also in the education sector.
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District or City gets a portion of 80%. Of the special autonomy fund. Where a minimum of 30%. Must be allocated. For education. With such a large budget.
It’s certainly very inversely proportional. To the condition of most Papuans. Who are still trapped in poverty.
Behind the glitter of Raja Ampat. As a world tourist destination. The face of poverty reflected. By the indigenous people is clearly visible.
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Insolvency, makes the cost of living high. Making it difficult. To fulfil basic services. There are people who are marginalized. From education. Especially the people of Raja Ampat Regency. Who value education. As a luxury item.
On Mainyafun Island. For example, to go to secondary school. You have to go to Waisai. Which costs around Rp1.3 million. In one direction. And about 4 hours. By glass fibre boat. And often without security equipment.
Behind the beauty of the world paradise. Of the Raja Ampat archipelago. Many households struggle. To get out of poverty.
Many government programs. To help reduce poverty. In Raja Ampat. Can be said to. Still not succeed.
1 of the causes. Of failure is high practice. Of corruption among. The bureaucracy.
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Raja Ampat Sea Area
The Raja Ampat Sea Area covers more than 85% of the Raja Ampat area. This condition is inversely proportional to the land area. This is, of course, the main attraction for Raja Ampat. Especially in the eyes of divers.
The famous diving spots in Raja Ampat, include Cape Kri. Which is not far from Mansuar island, the Blue Magic which has beautiful coral. Or the waters around Arborek island which is a Manta Stingray habitat.
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Fish species that live in these waters exceed the number of land animal species. The world’s divers love Raja Ampat. Because, of the biological wealth possessed by its underwater paradise. To call Raja Ampat the Underwater Sea of the World.
Many unique marine species such as wobbegong (a type of cuttlefish/squid), mini seahorses. Or even large fish such as sharks, manta rays, and legendary mermaids.
Divers also often find and swim with a collection of Tuna, Giant Trevally, or Snappers.
In fact, dangerous fish such as Barracuda often accompany divers when enjoying the beauty of the Raja Ampat underwater ecosystem.