1 poverty education and health in indonesia who benefits from public spending peter lanjouw i 12 menno pradhan 2 fadia saadah 2 haneen sayed 2 robert sparrow 1 december 2001 abstract this paper focuses on two important dimensions of indonesias development record. Project detail the mission of the indonesian health initiative is to provide primary health care early interventions and health education to the people of north sulawesi who are unable to travel or to pay for healthcare. Community based health care has been a cornerstone of the public health system in indonesia since its inception early initiatives in maternal and newborn care focused on the provision of care through community health care centers puskesmas and village health posts pustu all aimed at supplanting the widespread use of traditional birth attendants dukun who though unskilled were part of . Most areas in indonesia are prone to natural disasters and the number of climate related extreme events is increasing significantly children are especially vulnerable to disasters risking negative health education and protection impacts at least 75 per cent of schools are in disaster prone areas. Social science and medicine recently published a study by tampubolon and hanandita 2014 which provides new evidence regarding the relationship between poverty and mental health in indonesiathe
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