Indonesian healthtech platform Alodokter has raised US$5.2 million, the company confirmed to Tech in Asia. This adds to a US$6 million injection from Optima Health last year.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and European Union (EU) today announced the successful culmination of an initiative to support Indonesia’s emergency COVID-19 response, with a focus on building health system resilience and increasing access to essential health services, for a healthier, more health-secure tomorrow.
Cities in the global north that curb their carbon emissions are doing more to address colonial injustices than those who focus their efforts on taking down statues and changing street names, one of Europe’s leading historians has said.
The year 2024 marks the 10th anniversary of the Fire Free Village Program (FFVP), a fire prevention initiative run by pulp and paper producer APRIL Group in Riau Province.
Navigating the future of healthcare: Digital strategies for post-pandemic recovery in South Sulawesi
The health system in Indonesia, particularly in South Sulawesi, faced significant challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic due to inadequate implementation of health information systems (HIS).
Within the Southeast Asia Region, Indonesia has the highest birth rates among adolescent females from the ages of 15 to 19 according to a research report on adolescent pregnancy in West Java and Central Sulawesi published in the United States National Library of Medicine on Oct. 27, 2023.
The Indonesian Trade Ministry recorded transactions amounting to US$13.16 million at the Arab Health medical equipment exhibition on January 29-February 1, 2024, at the Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC), the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Digital technology can play an important role in increasing the accessibility of information for people with disabilities (PwD).
Presidential Debate: Ganjar Pranowo Pledges to Build Health Facilities in Every Village in Indonesia
Presidential candidate number 3 Ganjar Prabowo promised to build health facilities in every village in Indonesia during the 5th Presidential Debate.
Over 60% of emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) affecting humans have animal origins, with the majority originating from wildlife.
When he was two years old, Peter Susanto astounded his parents by translating words from Bahasa Indonesia into English. In 2022, he started a Bachelor of Clinical Science at Charles Darwin University on his way to a career in medicine, aged just 15.
Health officials in Indonesia are carrying out a mass immunisation drive after 11 cases of polio were detected in East Java.
According to the Health Ministry, complete vaccinations would give everyone sufficient immunity for travel. It would also help prevent infection during the journey and upon returning to their hometowns.
Presidential candidate Anies Baswedan said that he will not continue the development of Indonesia’s New Capital Nusantara (IKN) if he is elected. Anies’ statement comes as a response to a question from his rival Ganjar Pranowo about whether he agrees with the plan to relocate the capital from Jakarta to IKN in East Kalimantan.
Indonesia’s plan to release 200 million special mosquitoes to fight dengue in Bali sparks ‘lab rats’ criticism
A plan to release 200 million mosquitoes in an Indonesian region to combat dengue fever has sparked opposition from locals and experts on the island of Bali.