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INDONESIAN POVERTY AND HEALTH

Approximately 1.2 billion people in the Indonesia live in extreme poverty (less than one dollar per day). Poverty creates ill-health because it forces people to live in environments that make them sick, without decent shelter, clean water or adequate sanitation.
Indonesia Health.s supports countries to design and implement ‘pro-poor’ health policies, that is, health policies which prioritize and respond to the needs of poor people. This work includes global advocacy, regional initiatives and direct support to ministries of health in developing countries.

At global level, this experience is synthesized to form recommendations on best practice. Health and poverty issues differ markedly from country to country contexts, with countries emerging from and affected by conflicts presenting a particular challenge.

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