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Report: Economic Resilience and Digital Adoption among Ultra-Micro-Entrepreneurs in Indonesia

From August to September 2021 SurveyMETER in collaboration with Women's World Banking conducted a Study of Economic Resilience and Digital Adoption

Monday, 11/04/2022

Pembukaan pelatihan pada Selasa, 16 Februari 2021

Trial Program for Innovative Community Long-Term Care (LTC) System and Service Development

Bappenas and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) that assisted by SurveyMETER conducted a pilot program under TA9928 in 2021: Development of Innovative Community-Based Long-Term Care (LTC) Systems and Services in an Integrated Elderly Services Framework with funding from the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction.

Friday, 15/10/2021

Integrated Community-Based Elderly Services (Community Care Hub) as Solutions to Handle Aging Problems

There are many elderly concerns faced by Indonesia related to the programs that are already running.

Thursday, 29/04/2021

Sosialisasi Penyusunan STR Kelurahan_1

Socialization of the Preparation of the Village and Regional Data Integration System for Nganjuk Regency

SurveyMETER in collaboration with the Nganjuk district government through the Communications and Information (Kominfo) Service and the Health Servi

Wednesday, 30/09/2020

Laporan Hasil Studi Demensia di Bali 2018

2018 Bali Dementia Study Results Report

The elderly who do social activities or work have a much lower prevalence of dementia compared to the elderly who do not work or engage in any soci

Sunday, 15/07/2018

Report on the Results of the Study on Individual Deprivation Measure (IDM) in Indonesia 2018

SurveyMETER released the results of the 2018 Individual Deprivation Measure (IDM) Study in Jeneponto and Pangkep districts, South Sulawesi, Indones

Thursday, 16/07/2020

Dementia Prevalence Figures, Need All of Our Attention

Indonesia will have an aging population structure in less than four years as the percentage of the population aged 60 years or more is at least 10%

Friday, 11/03/2016

The Suitability of Yogyakarta City Meets the Criteria for an Elderly-Friendly City according to WHO Has Yet to Reach 50% of Score

In 2002, WHO issued the Age-Friendly City guideline in response to two global trends that together comprise major forces: population aging and urba

Monday, 14/03/2016