Rising living standards, population growth, rising life expectancy and falling birth rates. The composition of the population in Asia Pacific changed dramatically. How the region can guarantee healthcare for its citizens?
Access To Health Services in Indonesia
As a country with a population of lower classes that are larger than the middle and upper classes in society, Indonesia is still faces visible social and economic inequality. Healthcare is still seen as something that is expensive and accessible only to circles of certain economic level, even though problems with health are faced by everyone regardless of social or economic standing.
The vast span of Indonesia, covering thousands of islands and uneven development areas have become a main reason for the economically lower class community to gain access to healthcare.
Read more about this challenge in The ‘+’ Project Indonesia (in Bahasa Indonesia).