Indonesia Resources

NHWAs provide comprehensive data on the state of the health workforce that can be used to inform human resources for  health (HRH) strategies for strengthening service delivery for HIV/AIDS, family planning, maternal and child health, infectious diseases and other health areas. For the global...

On October 4, 2019, HRH2030 attended the 2019 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit, collaborating with Johnson & Jonson to present a session, Identifying Win-win Partnerships for Youth Employment in Health: Experiences linking the future health workforce, educators, and employers....

This article was originally published in the Jurnal Ekonomi Kesehatan Indonesia, Vol 3, No 2 (2018) Of Indonesia’s estimated 631,635 people living with HIV in 2018, only 12 percent are on treatment. Strategic efforts are needed in Indonesia to implement the recently released HIV “Test...

A high-performing health workforce is an essential driver for strengthening health systems. Having reliable, standardized, up-to-date, complete, and quality health workforce data is critical for planning and decision-making at the country level. To combat the issue of siloed and disparate systems and data sources, a...

In 2018, Indonesia's Ministry of Health estimated that 36% of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Indonesia had been diagnosed as HIV-positive, 33% of whom were on antiretroviral therapy (ART). Strategic efforts are needed to achieve PEPFAR’s “90-90-90” goals: 90% of all PLHIV know...