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Marunda elementary school students work together to stack rocks to form a path through tidal waters to their classroom in Marunda village, Jakarta.One area that has developed from a community into an industry through the decentralization scheme is Marunda Village. Located on the northern outskirts of Jakarta, large companies have poured funding into the village to form aquaculture farms where locals can cultivate shrimp and krill in holding pens, while their families live on-site in company provided accommodation. The village lies amongst the ocean's tidal zones; for the livestock to survive the water needs to be changed daily, which, the natural flow of ocean tide provides.A government run school also lies amongst the tidal zones, with children having to wade through water or pile rocks as a make-shift pathway when the tide rises, to reach the classroom and partake in morning studies. Through the national government's decentralization push the aqua-cultural industry has thrived and provided income and housing for local villages, however the local school has been overlooked in the recent allocation of funds.

Students from Marunda fishing village

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Marunda elementary school students work together to stack rocks to form a path through tidal waters to their classroom in Marunda village, Jakarta.One area that has developed from a community into an industry through the decentralization scheme is Marunda Village. Located on the northern outskirts of Jakarta, large companies have poured funding into the village to form aquaculture farms where locals can cultivate shrimp and krill in holding pens, while their families live on-site in company provided accommodation. The village lies amongst the ocean's tidal zones; for the livestock to survive the water needs to be changed daily, which, the natural flow of ocean tide provides.A government run school also lies amongst the tidal zones, with children having to wade through water or pile rocks as a make-shift pathway when the tide rises, to reach the classroom and partake in morning studies. Through the national government's decentralization push the aqua-cultural industry has thrived and provided income and housing for local villages, however the local school has been overlooked in the recent allocation of funds.
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