48-33

48-33
Credit: 
© 1992 Slamet Rahardjo, Courtesy of Photoshare
Photographer: 
Slamet Rahardjo
Location: 
Jakarta
Indonesia
ID
Date taken: 
November 29, 1992
Image Width: 
2916
Image Height: 
1945

Caption

<p> A barefoot boy wanders through a slum neighborhood built above a filthy estuary in &quot;Anak Hilang&quot; (&quot;Lost Child&quot;), a film about the people who live in this polluted area of Jakarta, Indonesia. The film is part of the &quot;Equatorial Trilogy,&quot; a set of dramas on population growth and the environment.</p>

History of Use

Organization Media Type Title
JHU Center for Communication Programs Other "Population Reports," J-49, Why Family Planning Matters
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Proposal Is Global Poverty a National Security Issue?, March 2004
CDC-Centers For Disease Control and Prevention Display CDC -Visitor Education Center and Museum, Exhibit Map, March 2004
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Powerpoint Presentation History of Public Health, February 2004
Dutch Centre for Global Education Website www.onderwijswereldwijs.nl ,Millennium Development Goals: 'Improving the Life of People Living in Slums', May 2006
University of West Florida Other Electronic Activity Portfolio for Advanced Epidemiology
University of West Florida Other Advanced Epidemiology Portfolio