Sekolah Filial (SELFI) is a high quality formal education service for child prisoners in a special child development institution, Lembaga Pembinaan Khusus Anak (LPKA) Klas I in Palembang. This innovation is a solution to provide educational rights for all, including child prisoners in Palembang. This was a major problem in Palembang because of the high number (191) of cases reached in 2014, far above the national average of 95 cases. This innovation has been able to lead them to a better future.
In Banyuwangi of Indonesia, one of the districts in East Java, 16 pregnant women died in 2015, as well as 28 babies. The largest contributing factor was a lack of data concerning the existence and whereabouts of women with high-risk pregnancies. So, in 2016, Sempu Public Healthcare Center launched an innovative solution using female vegetable sellers on motorbikes as high risk pregnancy seekers. As a result, the number of women and babies dying during and/or shortly after childbirth fell to zero.
Forest fires affect many parts of Southeast Asia, resulting in extensive environmental destruction, health problems, school closures and transport cancellations. Haze Gazer is a web‐based decision support system for disaster management authorities which harnesses multiple sources of data to provide insights on haze disaster dynamics.
High transaction costs, long bureaucracy, and a weak controlling system create bad image of public services, especially in terms of forestry business. One Timber One ID (SIPUHH) is an innovation as a tool in controlling forestry business. It provides a system in which any timber traded has an ID, so its origin and legality can be identified. It promotes greater accountability on the timber industry to respect forestry law.
MAGMA Indonesia is an system that streamlines the process of geological hazard mitigation. It raises the bar on the standard of data monitoring and management for Indonesian government agencies. MAGMA digitizes relevant geological data into integrated databases, making them easier to analyze and use. Frequent readings and analytics can now be made ready in an almost-real-time manner. As a public service, MAGMA makes geological hazard mitigation and assessment available for free, anytime and anywhere accessible.
It provides services that may save lives and prevent or mitigate social and economic losses in Indonesia.
BPJS Kesehatan is the largest health insurance provider in the world, serving 201 million people in 2018 (80% of Indonesia’s population). In January 2014, BPJS Kesehatan transformed from a state-owned company (PT Askes) with 16 million members into a service suddenly responsible for 121 million people. BPJS Kesehatan has over 7,000 employees, yet this is still not enough to serve the huge number of people requiring their services. This led to the innovation of creating a mobile application.
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