Women in Indonesia were 21 times more likely to die from childbirth than women in Australia in 2015.
Many pregnant women in Indonesia, particularly in remote areas, do not regularly visit health clinics, and so complications are not detected and dealt with early enough.
Continue reading Detecting high risk pregnancies in Indonesia
Hearing-impaired children in East Java will have better access to services thanks to a collaboration between the University of Western Australia (UWA) and Universitas Airlangga. They’re working on audiology education and research with a long-term goal of establishing a Master of Clinical Audiology—Indonesia’s first audiology education program.
Continue reading Helping Javanese children hear
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