The 3rd Cross Border Meeting between the Republic of Indonesia and the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste on AIDS, TB, and Malaria

Over 100 participants from Indonesia and Timor-Leste have collaborated to develop a joint implementation plan to control AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria along the porous borders between the two countries. The delegates agreed to establish a coordination mechanism and a service pathway for disease control and prevention during the mid-August meeting in Bellu District, East Nusa Tenggara

Global Youth Movement to End TB

Over 200 youth from all over the world pledged their commitment to end TB in the first ever Youth Town Hall on Tuberculosis (TB). Through the ‘Youth Declaration on the Fight to End TB’, youth representatives from countries with the highest TB burden, including the Philippines, India, Nepal, Kenya, Canada, Bangladesh, and Indonesia, committed to provide leadership among their cohorts in conducting measures to end TB

International Outbreak Response conducted by WHO and the Global Outbreak, Alert and Response Network

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International Outbreak Response conducted by WHO and GOARN

A training workshop on International Outbreak Response was conducted by WHO and the Global Outbreak, Alert and Response Network (GOARN) on 15-16 August in Jakarta. GOARN is an international collaborative mechanism that engages the resources of technical agencies for rapid identification, confirmation, risk assessment, and response to public health emergencies of international importance. The two-day workshop aimed to expand GOARN network in Indonesia and was attended by representatives from ministries, universities, NGOs, and other agencies.

ESBL E.Coli ‘ Tricycle’ project in Indonesia

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The Regional office WHO South-East Asia and the University of Queensland, Australia, conducted a visit to Indonesia from May 7-9 to monitor the implementation process of the Global Integrated Survey on Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamase (ESBL) producing E.coli (ESBL-Ec)– otherwise known as The Tricycle Project.

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