COVID-19

The 38th Indonesia Update. In sickness and in health: diagnosing Indonesia

Crawford School of Public Policy | Arndt-Corden Department of Economics | Indonesia Project

Event details

Conference

Date & time

Wednesday 15 September 2021 to Friday 17 September 2021
1.00pm–5.00pm

Venue

Online via Zoom

Speaker

Elizabeth Pisani, Laksono Trisnantoro, Charlotte Setijadi, Asep Suryahadi, Ines Atmosukarto and many more

Contacts

ANU Indonesia Project

This is a hybrid event held online and at HC Coombs Lecture Theatre over three half-days.

Although Indonesia has made significant improvements on many health outcomes over the last six decades, several key indicators have been disappointing compared to those of other countries at a similar stage of economic development, even before the COVID-19 pandemic. The conference will examine the extent to which Indonesia’s health system has succeeded in dealing with the many challenges it faces and, more importantly, what Indonesia needs to do to ensure faster progress. In addition, it will address other crucial questions such as those related to nutrition and epidemiological transitions, and the attempt to offset the degree to which income inequality results in unequal access to health care.

This is a hybrid event held over three half-days and is subject to ANU Covid-safe protocols.

Convenors

Firman Witoelar The Australian National University

Ariane Utomo The University of Melbourne

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