Tsunami hits Indonesia’s Sunda Strait

On 22 December 2018 tsunami hit Indonesia along the Sunda Strait between Java and Sumatra island. Hundreds of people have been killed, injured and left homeless as giant waves caused widespread damage.

Pandeglang and Serang in Banten Province, and South Lampung and Tanggamus in Lampung Province are among the worst hit areas.

National and provincial authorities are carrying out search and rescue operations, and providing assistance to the affected people.

Towards 90:90:90, Improving HIV Cascade in Indonesia Cohort Studies : Test and Treat HIV

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WHO in collaboration with the Kirby Institute conducts the Steering Committee meeting for Prospective Cohort Study: Test and Treat HIV.

WHO Responding to Earthquake and Tsunami hit Central Sulawesi Province

On Friday 28 September 2018 evening, a 7.7 Richter scale magnitude earthquake hit Central Sulawesi Province affecting mainly Donggala district, Parigi Mountong district and Palu city. Fifteen minutes later, a tsunami hit Palu City. The estimated affected population to be more than 310,000 in Donggala District (near the epicenter) and 350,000 in Palu city (Indonesian Statistic 2010 data).

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