The funds are to strengthen laboratories, improve collection and use of health information, and help to protect patients and health workers at health facilities.
From Ambassador Gary Quinlan: For the Indonesia-Australia relationship, COVID-19 has presented opportunities to adapt and strengthen cooperation.
The infrastructure push to jump-start the economy is coming at the expense of the country’s biodiversity, its climate commitments, and its most vulnerable communities.
One of the big problems facing authorities is obtaining a reliable picture on which to base decisions.
A number of universities signed the statement, which outlines five actions to mitigate potential negative impacts of COVID-19 upon gender equality in higher education.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s approval rating remains high even as the COVID-19 outbreak leads to growing dissatisfaction with his administration and democracy in general.
Civil society groups have quickly taken action, showing not only what is possible in the Indonesian context, but also pointing a way towards reform.
International collaboration is an important part of today’s science and through our PAIR model we are actively attempting to create a level playing field.
The government missed its target of disbursing cash transfer assistance ahead of Idul Fitri, as various regions still scrambled to fine-tune their beneficiaries data.
Coronavirus to ‘dwarf’ Australia’s aid resources, forcing redirect of funding to health security, stability and economic recovery
One of the key objectives in the new strategy is ensuring COVID-19 does not cause instability in the region.
Common leadership approaches, the human stories of this crisis, and the value of international dialogue were centre stage when Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp joined West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil at our fourth In Conversation Webinar on 14 May.
It is seen as politically unpalatable to engage in redistribution during a global crisis. Most governments are opting for broad-brush policies.
The Bali Process, cochaired by Indonesia and Australia, was established in 2002 to facilitate discussion and information sharing about refugees, human trafficking and related transnational issues.