Indonesia has made impressive gains in poverty reduction in recent years, but some unfavorable childhood nutrition figures bode ill for the economy and the country’s achievement of a key Millennium Development Goal (MDG).
Rooswanti is a trained medical doctor, with more than 19 years' experience in the public health sector, including health care management. She spent more than 8 years working on public health policy and health financing, and was a member of the core team of the National Health Account for Indonesia.
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Rapid and dynamic changes in Southeast Asia including population growth and movement, as well as booming urbanization, have contributed to the complexity of combating the spread of tropical diseases. Now the region is faced with an even greater challenge: climate change