Dec 06, 2019 Last Updated 11:46 PM, Dec 3, 2019

The politics of health

The politics of health

Eve Warburton and Edward Aspinall

Indonesians deserve a better healthcare system than the fragmented and dysfunctional one they’ve got

If you are rich in Indonesia, you can get top notch healthcare, though you might have to go to Singapore or Malaysia to get it. For poor Indonesians, and even for many in the middle classes, the options are not so good. 

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A new model for mental health care?

A new model for mental health care?

Mental health services have been seriously neglected in Indonesia, but emergency responses to the Aceh tsunami and conflict have led to new ways of thinking

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  His gaze is fixated on an indeterminate spot behind me, his arms hang loosely by his sides. Wearing nothing but a pair of faded black shorts, his ribs and collar...

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Essay: Letter from Jakarta

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