Indonesia (Transmigration) - Case Study

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  • Created on: 04-06-16 15:21

Indonesia is a small group of islands between Australia and Thailand. Java, one of the islands, has become overpopulated and there may become not enough resources to support the right number of people. There are a large number of underpopulated islands. Transmigration is a population policy that aims to move people from highly populated areas - such as Java - to more sparsely populated areas, such as Sumatra. It was a government initiative to develop the outlying islands and to solve the over population…


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