Measles Rubella Immunization Campaign in Java Island on Aug–Sep 2017

Indonesia has already beaten smallpox, polio, maternal and neonatal tetanus. Now the country is focusing for Measles and Rubella elimination, which is also a Regional and Global priority. In Indonesia Measles vaccine is routinely provided to all children, two doses at 9 month and 18 month. Now Rubella vaccine will be added (M-->MR) in National Immunization program.


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Emergency Medical Team: Making a smooth operation

(WHOIndonesia/Rokib Marhadi)

Galvanizing the development of operational standards for the response of Emergency Medical Teams, WHO Indonesia in collaboration with the Health Crisis Centre of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia held Informal Consultation on Standardization and Coordination of Emergency Medical Teams in Indonesia in Jakarta, on 11-12 April 2017.


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Countries exchange experiences in managing mass gathering

(WHOIndonesia/N Dewi)

Five member states of WHO in South East Asia Region convened in Jakarta discussing best practices of preparing and managing mass gathering.

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WHO Representative

WHO Representative for Indonesia


Areas of Work

Emergencies and disasters

Works at WHO in Indonesia


WHO Guidelines

WHO guidelines

A selection of evidence-based guidelines


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Vacancies in the WHO Indonesia Country Office


Media centre

Public information and recent news from WHO Indonesia

Surveillance and Outbreaks

Surveillance and Outbreak

Disease Surveillance and Epidemiology

On 7 April 2017, the National Health and Family Planning Commission of China (NHFPC) notified WHO of 14 additional laboratory-confirmed cases of human infection with avian influenza A(H7N9) virus in mainland China.

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Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak

Ebola outbreak 2014-2015

Information on current situation

Emergency Situation

Pidie Jaya Earthquake 2016

Emergency Situation Report on Earthquake in Pidie Jaya District – Aceh Province 7th of December 2016.

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Contact details

WHO Country Office for Indonesia
Ministry of Health
Gedung Dr Adhyatma
Blok A 6th Floor (Room 602)
Jl HR Rasuna Said
Blok X.5 Kav. 4-9, Jakarta 12950
Indonesia

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