Children Social Welfare & Health
The Children, Social Welfare, and Health (CSWH) cluster plays a vital role in conducting extensive research on children in high-risk environments, along with various social welfare issues, encompassing gender studies and public health. This cluster not only advocates for gender mainstreaming, youth, and women empowerment but also addresses the challenges faced by refugees, migrants, and internally displaced persons affected by disasters.
At RDI, we are committed to enhancing our research in the domains of children, social welfare, and health, as evident in our outlined roadmap. Our current focus areas include Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI), urban refugees, the global health crisis, and the well-being of children and youth. Additionally, the CSWH is actively engaged in flagship projects such as the Gender Sensitive Market Assessment for Potential Alternative Income Sources in Cocoa Communities, funded by Save the Children, and the Background Study for RPJMN, funded by Bappenas.