Indonesia’s 50-year-old family planning program has been a great success but is struggling to adapt with women’s needs
The research was based on a trial in Indonesia, where patients often do not get the treatment they need due to a shortage of practitioners.
LEI and 2 leading Indonesian universities will join to facilitate joint eye research and the teaching and exchange of clinicians and researchers.
‘You’re not religious enough’: pain of Indonesia’s mentally ill and the online group bringing sufferers and carers together
Though psychiatric treatment in the country is improving, a limited understanding of mental health issues, and entrenched social stigma make it a challenge for the country’s mentally ill to seek help or even sympathy.
Australia has long since banned the use and import of deadly asbestos. But on our doorstep, builders and factories across Indonesia are still using asbestos in massive volumes, oblivious to the danger.
The study revealed that the top five markets with the most insurance potential in the life sector are China, the US, India, Indonesia, and Russia.
Indonesia’s state health insurer will raise regular customers’ premiums; the government will help to cover this year’s US$2.3 billion shortfall.
In Indonesia, the world’s second-largest cigarette market, the government has yet to put in place policies to prevent youths from taking up vaping.
“We are concerned about health, [and] we [also] have to pay attention to farmers and cigarette workers… and guard against a rise in illegal cigarettes.”
PT Hanjaya Mandala Sampoerna, a unit of Philip Morris International Inc., led a decline among Indonesian cigarette makers after the government announced a plan to raise excise tariffs…
Indonesia will raise the minimum price of cigarettes by more than a third from January next year, as part of the government’s efforts to reduce smoking rates.
Indonesia is stepping up efforts to protect people with mental health conditions by affording national agencies new powers to monitor…
Walking through rural Indonesia, it’s not uncommon to see primary school children smoking cigarettes.
With less than 1000 psychiatrists and roughly 500 clinical psychologists for a population of 260 million, more focus is needed to combat poor mental health among Indonesia’s youth
Jakarta residents took to social media on Wednesday to figure out how to get around the restrictions, including strategies such as changing car plates and buying more cars.