While COVID-19 has overwhelmed the best healthcare systems in developed nations, resource-limited hospitals in countries such as Indonesia faced even greater, unprecedented challenges. The problems with a fragmented supply chain, information gaps and lack of transparency became increasingly obvious as health facilities struggled to obtain the medical supplies required.
Social, economic and environmental change is sweeping across Indonesia – bringing new opportunities for the country’s young people.
Indonesia’s EV plans will open new trade and commercial opportunities for Australia’s services.
Indonesia has one of the highest rates of death for healthcare workers from COVID-19 in the world, with the national medical association estimating the toll is at least 718 by early March 2021.
The first preliminary findings to come out of the AIC’s all new bilateral and interdisciplinary research are now in.
The economic agreement between Indonesia and Australia represents a step-change in the bilateral relationship.
This PAIR Overview takes a deep dive into South Sulawesi and its people and infrastructure, illustrating the importance of the province to Indonesia’s future.
[AIC Backgrounder No.3/2020] On the struggles experienced by women’s groups when dealing with gender-biased policies, with a focus on the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in South Sulawesi.