This program promotes community participation and provides alternative agriculture without burning. Thus, it aims to improve the welfare of the community.
Why are Indonesia’s case numbers relatively low? Is the testing regime adequate? Have the government’s social restrictions regulations been successful? And what does the future hold?
From Ambassador Gary Quinlan: For the Indonesia-Australia relationship, COVID-19 has presented opportunities to adapt and strengthen cooperation.
Online teaching is creating opportunities for educational ideologies and philosophies of non-Western systems to be recognised and applied by Western teachers and students.
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.
Australians have seen a huge increase in telehealth consults since the outbreak of COVID-19 after University of Queensland researchers crunched the numbers from Medicare.
The existence of COVID-19 will have a positive impact on community, especially those who have lifestyles that initially do not pay attention to hygiene.
In the pandemic period, some things which should be considered are inventory management, collaborative supply, lowest possible cost, and also financial strategy.
As the world looks for fresh ideas to navigate the COVID-19 crisis, hear from three scholars about the role of universities during global challenges, and how they’re adjusting to new ways of learning.
It seems that Indonesia will experiment with a new phase of life in three cities: Yogyakarta, Bali, and the Riau Islands. Some parties and observers still doubt its readiness.
Prof. Dr Sofia Mubarika Haryana from the Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing at UGM led the creation of an innovative rapid diagnostic test (RDT) for Covid-19.
When it comes to research, work has begun to give young people a greater voice and agency. Essentially, young people become research collaborators.