Malang is a city in northern Indonesia where many have moved to get work during the solar energy boom.
But Malang still has many people looking for jobs.
Sunan is a photographer from the province of Papua.
He told Al Jazeera the biggest challenge in this town is finding work.
“It is a town where there are lots of people who are looking for work, so we’re lucky if we find a job in a day,” he said.
Sunans main problem is finding a job to live in the city.
“I have to find a way to work, but I think there are a lot of opportunities to work,” he added.
Sunanzam, a town on the island of Sulawesi, is located in the Borneo archipelago, which has been under the control of Brunei since 1954.
Sunnis from Sulaweens northern region have been living in the south of the island for more than 60 years.
In a bid to diversify their income source, some Sunans have sought to move to the southern part of the archipelagic archipelagoes.
But the government is worried about this trend.
“There are many people who do not want to leave, and there is a risk that some of them will become violent.
We need to do a better job in controlling them,” Deputy Prime Minister Tebbutt said.
Malang is now the third most populated city in the world.
According to data from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the population of Malang was 7,907 in 2015, but it has grown to more than 10,000 today.
It has also become one of the most dangerous cities in Indonesia.
According to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), about 1,200 people are killed every day in the region, including 5,000 deaths each year.
The UNFPA also projects that Indonesia will be able to reduce the death toll in the next 10 years by about half.
“The region has become increasingly vulnerable to natural disasters, but there is still a lot to be done to prevent more deaths and injuries,” said Jang Joon Yoon, the head of the IOM Jakarta office.
The IOM estimates that the number of deaths in Indonesia is around 4,500 a day.
In 2017, it also reported that there were about 13,000 reported cases of measles in Indonesia, with about 8,000 cases linked to a cluster of cases in the capital of Jakarta.
The government is not allowing vaccinations for children under the age of 6.
“We don’t allow children under six years of age to be vaccinated,” said Yoon.
“We are also concerned about the number and extent of cases of polio,” he continued.
“This is the result of a long-standing political decision by the authorities in Indonesia that is making it harder to vaccinate children,” he told Aljazeera.