Bantu UNICEF dalam upaya penanganan gizi buruk yang diperkirakan meningkat selama pandemi, juga untuk membantu anak-anak yang tinggal di area sulit dijangkau dan terkendala akses internet.
Australians in Indonesia living through COVID-19 ‘disaster’ as government hints at repatriation flight
The Department of Foreign Affairs says it’s working with Qantas to facilitate a repatriation flight for stranded Australians in Indonesia.
USC nurses are donating and raising funds to support our colleagues working at the COVID frontline in Indonesia. We are partnering with Karima Healthcare to purchase supplies needed for hard working volunteers and healthcare workers to continue their work in communities hit hard by COVID-19.
This initiative will allow us to support disadvantaged communities in West Java and Central Kalimantan, where more than 50% of the population live below the poverty line
As a developing nation, the Indonesian & Balinese governments have not been able to deploy widespread, effective aid programs to help the mostly poor families that populate the province. In response, many independent, grassroots efforts have sprung up to try and direct food and other resources the most vulnerable people there.
As members of the Australian academy with deep connections to and knowledge of Indonesia, we wish to express our increasing and profound concern about the pandemic crisis currently unfolding across Indonesia.
This week, AIC Indonesia Director Kevin Evans joined hundreds of thousands of others who received their COVID-19 vaccinations.
A proposal to waive a range of intellectual property measures for COVID-19 vaccines and other health technologies will come before the WTO this week, and Australia must support it.
Gesti Wira Nugrayekti tested positive for coronavirus the day before she prematurely gave birth to a baby boy named Salman earlier this month.
Three weeks later, COVID-19 took her life.
COVID-19: Indonesia urged to partner with Australia to develop better digital healthcare supply chains
Research from PAIR suggests Indonesia should partner with developed nations, such as Australia, to build resilient and responsive healthcare supply chains involving modern digital technologies.
The pandemic has highlighted deep-rooted problems in health service. Medical workers voicing out their concerns have put governments on the defensive.
Drugmaker AstraZeneca said Saturday it was scouring its supply chain to find more doses of its COVID-19 vaccine for Southeast Asia, which is facing its most serious outbreak yet of the virus.
When Indonesian President Joko Widodo spoke with influential business groups on June 30 to discuss imposing a full-scale lockdown as Covid-19 cases spiked, he was met with widespread resistance.
While COVID-19 has overwhelmed the best healthcare systems in developed nations, resource-limited hospitals in countries such as Indonesia faced even greater, unprecedented challenges.
Ketika COVID-19 membuat sistem pelayanan kesehatan terbaik di negara-negara maju kewalahan, rumah sakit-rumah sakit dengan sumber daya terbatas di negara-negara seperti Indonesia menghadapi tantangan yang lebih besar dan belum pernah terjadi sebelumnya.