Indonesia

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3 Reasons Linux Doesn't Star In U.S. Schools

Ellis Booker | InformationWeek | May 29, 2013

Come December, about 500 Indonesian schools will be running openSUSE Edu Li-f-e (Linux for Education). Read More »

Can We Engage Private Pharmacies To Help Control Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis?

Judy Stone | Forbes | February 13, 2017

Antibiotic resistance and infectious diseases have long been high on my list of things to worry about, with multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis vying for top honors. In 2015, 10.4 million people became ill with tuberculosis, and 1.8 million died, making TB one of the top causes of death globally. Six countries account for 60% of the cases: China, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa. As I noted in a previous post, India is critically important to control of drug resistance as well as tuberculosis, as it has the highest TB burden, with 2.2 million infections annually, as well as the largest antibiotic consumption...

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Continua Health Alliance Southeast Asia Work Group Hosting Event To Highlight Market Opportunities And Advantages Of Personal Connected Health

Press Release | Continua Health Alliance (CHA) | October 8, 2013

Continua Health Alliancetoday announced its Southeast Asia Work Group is hosting a flagship event during HIMSS Digital Healthcare Week 2013, highlighting unique business development opportunities, policy initiatives and the advantages of personal connected health devices and solutions for the region. Read More »

Global Study Finds Majority Believe Traditional Hospitals Will Be Obsolete In The Near Future

Nicole Fisher | Forbes.com | December 9, 2013

A global study was released this morning by the Intel Corporation indicating that around the world people’s health care wants and needs are principally focused on technology and personalization. The “Intel Health Innovation Barometer” found a consistent theme: customized care.

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Health Information For Remote & Rural Eastern Indonesia

Rohan Fisher | FrontlineSMS | May 30, 2013

The use of personal mobile phones has increased rapidly, even in remote parts of Eastern Indonesia, revolutionising the way people communicate. I work in a small regional university in Northern Australia (Charles Darwin University) very close to the Eastern Indonesian province of Nusa Tenngara Timur (NTT). Read More »

How FrontlineSMS Helped An Indonesian Community Clean Up A River

Een Irawan Putra | MediaShift Idea Lab | May 14, 2013

FrontlineSMS has had a strong connection with environmental issues since our founder had the initial spark of an idea while working on an anti-poaching project in South Africa. We're delighted to share how Een Irawan Putra of KPC Bogor and the Indonesia Nature Film Society used FrontlineSMS in Indonesia to invite the community to help clean up the garbage clogging the Ciliwung River. Read More »

How Indonesia Bounced Back From A Devastating Tsunami A Decade Later: Elizabeth Frankenberg And Duncan Thomas (Opinion)

Guest Columnist | Cleveland.com | January 4, 2015

...After the tsunami, the Indonesian government, donors, NGOs and individuals contributed roughly $7 billion in aid for Aceh, and the government established a high-level bureau based in Aceh to coordinate recovery.  What did these resources buy?...

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How To Connect Community Radio Stations In Indonesia

Trevor Knoblich and Harry Surjadi | PBS.org | October 8, 2013

Worldwide, media outlets are increasingly mastering two-way communications channels. Radio and television stations are equipped to receive text messages, phone calls, and social media inputs. Staff can then decide to respond over broadcast, or back through the incoming channel. Yet these communications are often restricted to a single node [...]. Read More »

Keeping A Remote Sales Network In The Loop

Vivien Ayun | FrontlineCloud | January 21, 2014

From the outside, Ibu Sinta’s warung in the city of Denpasar looks like any other small, family-run grocery shop so commonly found throughout Indonesia. But take a closer look and you will see several unusual products, including solar lamps, fuel-efficient cook stoves and water filters. Read More »

MIT Map Offers Real-Time, Crowd-Sourced Flood Reporting during Hurricane Irma

Press Release | Massachusetts Institute of Technology | September 8, 2017

As Hurricane Irma bears down on the U.S., the MIT Urban Risk Lab has launched a free, open-source platform that will help residents and government officials track flooding in Broward County, Florida. The platform, RiskMap.us, is being piloted to enable both residents and emergency managers to obtain better information on flooding conditions in near-real time...

Open Source Health Collaborates with OpenEMR on Cloud-based Integrative Health Platform

Press Release | Medical Information Integration, LLC ("MI-Squared"), Open Source Health Inc. | December 11, 2014

Open Source Health Inc...is pleased to announce it has entered into an agreement with Medical Information Integration LLC...to add Open Source Health's technology for Integrative and Preventive medicine to their advanced openEMR platform making it the first of its kind globally. This will allow the thousands of clinics and practitioners serving millions of patients in over 200 countries to expand their practice from disease management to Integrative and Preventive Medicine.

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SMS To Improve Indonesian Health Care

Staff Writer | Charles Darwin University | May 15, 2013

East Indonesian district health offices are turning to text messages to deliver patient care following training from a team at Charles Darwin University. Read More »

Ushahidi Blog - August 2013

Angela Odour | Ushahidi Blog | August 27, 2013

[Selected excerpts from the Ushahidi Blog]  According to Jean Brice, "We will start to use the Ushahidi platform for the upcoming Elections in Cameroon. Read More »

Using OpenStreetMap To Respond To Disasters Before They Happen

Ruth Suehle | OpenSource.com | January 9, 2014

Kate Chapman, executive director of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, gave Tuesday's keynote at Linux.conf.au about preparing and responding for disasters with the help of communities. Read More »

Using SMS To Mobilize The Community Clean-Up Of Ciliwung River, Indonesia: One Piece Of Garbage At A Time.

Een Irawan Putra | FrontlineSMS | April 24, 2013

FrontlineSMS has had a strong connection with environmental issues since our Founder had the initial spark of an idea while working on an anti-poaching project in South Africa. We’re delighted to be able to host Een Irawan Putra of KPC Bogor and the Indonesia Nature Film Society to our blog, to share how he used FrontlineSMS in Indonesia to invite he community to help clean up the garbage clogging the Ciliwung River. Read More »