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A new dawn for financial inclusion in Indonesia?

Indonesia’s financial inclusion efforts are being re-energized by political will, the pervasiveness of digital ID, digital payments and a world-class fintech ecosystem. Millions of unbanked people in the country could be included in the next few years.

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The Global Fund Helps Developing Countries Stop TB

The Global Fund plays a key role in the fight against TB worldwide. Read more about how the Global Fund is helping emerging economies like Indonesia take ownership of health challenges.

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Could Better-Designed Child Health Records Be the Spark That Starts a Prairie Fire?

Launched last year, the Records for Life contest challenged the global community to re-design the child health record in order to better meet the needs of providers and caregivers, with a focus on immunization information. More than 300 teams from 41 countries proposed ideas and the grand prize winner was announced at the international Interaction Design Association Conference in Amsterdam on February 8, 2014.

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Midwives: Critical Players in Delivering Family Planning in Indonesia

On January 1, Indonesia introduced a universal health insurance plan for all citizens, which will be phased in over the next five years. A key part of the government’s plan to improve health care is to strengthen midwives to provide family planning services.

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An Urban Innovator: Ridwan Kamil

Ridwan Kamil was one of the top architects in Indonesia. Last year, he gave it all up to run for mayor of his home town of Bandung, the third-largest city in Indonesia.

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