Partnership of Australian Indonesia Research (PAIR) yang dikoordinatori oleh dosen Fakultas Teknik Unhas, Dr Eng Intan Sari Areni ST MT dan Monash University, Dr Misita Anwar bekerjasama dalam melakukan penelitian tentang akses penyandang disabilitas terhadap beberapa layanan masyarakat.
Indonesia confirmed its first case of monkeypox in a local man who was recently overseas, prompting authorities to say they will distribute vaccines and increase lab testing services for suspected cases.
Almost all Indonesians have developed antibodies against Covid-19, according to the latest serosurvey conducted by the Health Ministry and the School of Public Health at the University of Indonesia in July.
According to UNICEF’s U-Report initiative in 2019, 45 percent of 2,777 Indonesian youths aged 14-24 have experienced cyberbullying, ranging from harassment through chatting applications to unauthorized spread of personal photos or videos.
Australia announces $10 million in funding for Indonesia to help stop spread of foot and mouth disease
Australian agriculture Minister Murray Watt has announced $10 million in funding for Indonesia to help stop the spread of foot and mouth disease.
On July 31, 2022, people on the COVID-19 Report platform stated that 2,087 health workers in Indonesia had died in the fight against COVID-19.
The Australian livestock industry will work with Indonesian feedlots to help protect their facilities from disease incursions and subsequent trade disruption via a biosecurity support project…
Silly sausage: traveller returning from Bali fined at Darwin airport after dog sniffs out McDonald’s breakfast in backpack
Zinta the black labrador’s nose didn’t let her down as Australia beefs up airport biosecurity after Indonesian foot-and-mouth disease outbreak.
The Japanese government and UNOPS have delivered essential medical equipment, medical supplies and personal protective equipment to support the Government of Indonesia’s COVID-19 response.
New research shows how Indonesia’s drug control policy victimises women, and puts their health at risk
Drug law enforcement in Indonesia including crackdowns, arrests for drug use, incarceration, and extrajudicial abuses were linked with negative health outcomes for women.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia increased by 4,048 on Monday, taking the total tally to 6,172,390, the COVID-19 Handling Task Force reported.
The IRSA International Conference on 18-19 July 2022 in Lombok sought to explore strategies for post-pandemic economic recovery.
Midwives are playing an important role in assisting families to support childhood stunting reduction efforts in Indonesia, BKKBN has said.
The National Children’s Day is a reminder to fulfill children’s rights to health so that they can grow and develop well, stated Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin.