Measuring Disaster Recovery: Lessons Learned from Early Recovery in Post-Tsunami Area of Aceh, Indonesia

In the same timeframe of post-disaster recovery, the medium and heavily-damaged areas were improving, nonetheless, the lightly-damaged areas showed

Monday, 18/12/2023

A US $120 Million Nutrition Project had no significant impact on stunting reduction in Indonesia

SurveyMETER and Mathematica Inc, Washington DC conducted an evaluation study of the Community-Based Health and Nutrition to Reduce Stunting Project

Friday, 15/12/2023

Study Report on Health and Older Adults Care Services in the Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY)

SurveyMETER supports the Karinakas Foundation in conducting studies using quantitative-qualitative (mixed) methods involving local-domestic residents to collect data on the situation and conditions of the older citizens population.

Wednesday, 06/09/2023

Exposure to the Indian Ocean Tsunami shapes the HPA-axis resulting in HPA “burnout” 14 years later

Despite significant research on the effects of stress on the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis, questions remain regarding long-term impact

Tuesday, 17/10/2023

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Adaptation of ECED During the COVID-19 Pandemic

SurveyMETER carried out the ECED Adaptation Study during the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Special Region of Yogyakarta from January to March 2021, with the support of the Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI).

Thursday, 27/07/2023

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Actualizing SMART Older Adults: Lessons from the Community-Based Elderly Health Study

Indonesia is currently experiencing an aging population. More than 10% of its population is elderly, with the highest percentage of 15.7% being in the Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY).

Monday, 24/07/2023

Evaluation of health-seeking behaviour among older people during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bali and Yogyakarta, Indonesia

The COVID-19 pandemic poses the highest risk to older people with comorbidities, as the rapid spread of the virus reduces the community's access to formal healthcare facilities.

Tuesday, 28/03/2023

Impacts of Disaster-Induced Death and Destruction on Health and Mortality Over the Longer Term

Extreme events causing death and property destruction are on the rise across the globe. We document the long-term consequences for population health of exposure to an extreme event, the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, which killed an estimated quarter of a million people worldwide.

Wednesday, 26/04/2023

Community health centers response to the need of dementia care

Dementia prevalence among Indonesian older people is increasing. Community health centers (CHCs) as primary care providers have a responsibility to meet the need of their community.

Friday, 31/03/2023