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The Indonesia Crisis Bulletin series was developed to share findings from quarterly nutrition and health surveillance conducted by HKI in Indonesia in response to the need to monitor the health impact of the Indonesian economic crisis that began in 1997.

As the country began to recover, the Indonesia Crisis Bulletin broadened its scope to monitor the impacts of other key developments in Indonesia, including efforts to expand and strengthen the national vitamin A supplementation program, the transition to a decentralized health infrastructure, and other issues affecting the nutrition and health of Indonesia's most vulnerable populations. The Nutrition and Health Surveillance System in Indonesia ceased operations in early 2004.

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January, 2009

Indonesia’s crisis has increased food prices and reduced purchasing power, which has left the poorest and most vulnerable groups unable...

June, 2007

In 1995, the HKI/GOI Nutrition Surveillance System was started in Central Java. After the economic crisis hit Indonesia, it was...

June, 2004

Postpartum vitamin A supplementation has important health benefits for new mothers and their breastfeeding infants. The additional vitamin A received...

January, 2004

Between 1999 and 2000, the HKI/GOI Nutrition and Health Surveillance System has collected data representative of 70% of Indonesia’s population...

January, 2004

Data collected over time provides the opportunity to determine trends in health and nutrition status. Frequent collection also demonstrates fluctuations...

January, 2004

Between 1999 and 2000, the HKI/GOI Nutrition and Health Surveillance System has collected data representative of 70% of Indonesia’s population...

January, 2004

Between 1999 and 2000, the HKI/GOI Nutrition and Health Surveillance System has collected data representative of 70% of Indonesia’s population...

January, 2004

Between 1999 and 2000, the HKI/GOI Nutrition and Health Surveillance System has collected data representative of 70% of Indonesia’s population...