Lebih dari 82% penduduk punya kartu jaminan kesehatan, tapi ketidakadilan akses masih menganga

Sistem kesehatan di Indonesia telah mengalami kemajuan signifikan dalam dua puluh tahun terakhir. Dari sisi keterjangkauan, jumlah peserta Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional kini telah mencapai lebih dari 82% dari total jumlah penduduk hanya dalam jangka tujuh tahun.

Indonesian official tries to silence Greenpeace activists, changes course amid criticism

The controversy emerged after Greenpeace critiqued Indonesia’s deforestation policies and the criticism was said to be untrue.

Potholes in Indonesia’s two-wheeled path to electric vehicles

Indonesia’s home-grown, super-app giant Gojek has pledged to lead the country’s transition to electric vehicles, a key element in the nation’s plan to become a world leader in battery production.

Ministers in Natuna to bolster frontier

Two senior Indonesian ministers have held a two-day tour of the nation’s outermost islands adjacent to the South China Sea, in a move seen as reaffirming outlying development and safeguarding borders.

Baby steps: Tackling Indonesia’s nappy pollution crisis

In the face of the ecological disaster partly caused by throwing away nappies, an Australian couple is attempting to prompt change by working with a village near West Papua’s largest city.

How Indonesia strengthened its disaster response with risk finance and insurance

Indonesia is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. Perched on the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” it is home to 76 active volcanoes. In recent years, tsunamis have pounded the shores of North Sumatra, Sulawesi and West Java.

Recent floods in Kalimantan raises concerns over environmental damages

Three out of five provinces in Kalimantan have been hit by floods, triggered by deforestation and changing climate, over the past month, adding into the latest list of natural disasters that have struck the region this year.

Staying afloat: research discovers women’s unique views of COVID-19 in an Indonesian fishing village

For female residents in Tambak Lorok, a small Indonesian fishing village in Central Java where access to water and hygiene is difficult and open defecation is common, they have a bigger problem than the pandemic.

Women, youth and low-education workers bear the worst job losses in Indonesia when there are no tourists

Indonesia has been hit particularly hard [by COVID-19]. Tourism businesses have had no choice but to reduce business hours, lay off employees and implement pay cuts.

Australia-Indonesia Centre, Provincial Government of South Sulawesi agree to establish joint working group

The Australia-Indonesia Centre and the government of South Sulawesi have further progressed their partnership by agreeing to establish a joint-working group which puts a focus on the areas of health and wellbeing, and the local economy.

Cleaning up Indonesia’s Citarum River, one of the world’s most polluted waterways

The Citarum is the longest and largest river in West Java, running 270km through thousands of communities to connect the people, villages and landscape of the most populous province in Indonesia.

Penelitian berdampak luas dan kebutuhan akan narasi

Tidaklah cukup bagi peneliti untuk melakukan pekerjaannya dengan baik dan berharap bahwa orang lain akan mengetahui bagaimana hal tersebut dapat diterapkan – mereka juga harus mengembangkan narasi tentang perubahan apa yang dapat dibuat oleh penelitian mereka dan bagaimana caranya.

Indonesian writer confronts COVID-19 through poetry

As Indonesia becomes the world’s COVID-19 epicentre, writer and activist Putu Oka Sukanta’s poetry reflects how the pandemic has changed human relations and ways to maintain optimism and resilience.

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