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Known as the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia spans more than 17,000 islands and is home to some 250 million people. Much attention is needed to address this country’s healthcare system. URC has been a partner to Indonesia since 1990, beginning with the USAID-funded Quality Assurance Project and the Indonesia Private Sector Family Planning Project.
URC has worked with a host of global development agencies to support Indonesia’s efforts to improve the quality of healthcare, including the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, USAID, the Millennium Challenge, Corporation, the National Family Planning Coordinating Board of Indonesia, and the World Bank.
URC’s work in Indonesia continues today through initiatives such as global and regional components of USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems and the Community Empowerment of People Against Tuberculosis projects. Through health systems strengthening and targeted community-based programs like these, we support evidence-based approaches to improving human health across this diverse country.