OPSI COVID-19 Innovative Response Tracker
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Indonesia’s Ministry of State Apparatus and Bureaucratic Reform is holding competitions to recognize outstanding innovations and successes in public service provision. It is a one-off recognition competition for innovations responding to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Indonesia.

Innovations should fall into one of three categories: quick wins/fast responses, public knowledge, or social resilience. Implementers can be government agencies at any level, civil society (in...

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Sebaran Covid19 is a tool developed by tech-savvy Indonesian volunteers to show citizens about the number of cases near them.

The tool, available in the city of Yogyakarta, uses a citizen’s location to inform them of the number of Covid-19 cases near them. It shows three key pieces of data: how many have tested positive; how many people are at risk; and how many have displayed symptoms.

It uses the device’s GPS to look at the number of cases in a 3km, 5km and 7km radius from...

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The province of West Jakarta wants to avoid healthcare facilities from getting overwhelmed by people without symptoms trying to get tested, and so have developed a new Open Source 'Pikobar' app that uses QR technology and a self-assessment algorithm.

Users first conduct a preliminary self-diagnosis through the app to find out if they should get tested. They can check their symptoms against those of Covid-19, as well as other similar illnesses like flu and cough.

If they have...

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Qlue, a startup initiative, works with a number of startups under MDI Ventures, a corporate venture capital initiative by Telkom Indonesia, to launch a new citizen reporting platform called Moving Indonesia (Indonesia Bergerak) to report on COVID-19 related issues. Qlue is a social media app which allows users to report problems directly to the city government and businesses, as well as sharing informations to the neighbors around them in order to help creating Smart City. Reports from ci...

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In March 2019, the government of Pacitan District, East Java Province, Indonesia, prepared a dashboard to monitor the spread of COVID-19 in the district.The Dashboard displays an updated status of the spread of the virus in the district, including data on people at risk of becoming infected, infected people in medical care, and visitors from outside the district The data is collected daily by village neighbourhood groups (RT/RW) and reported to an Emergency Team at the district level.


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A village in Yogyakarta regency, Indonesia, formed a COVID-19 emergency response team, the ‘Panggungharjo Tanggap’ COVID-19 (PTC), which mitigates the prevention, treatment and management of the COVID-19 disaster in a strategic way, based on empirical data and in close cooperation with its citizens.
The PTC, which is formally established through a village decree, maps the conditions of the people and bases programs to mitigate social and economic threats on the result of these data. ...

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Collective and proactive action by education-technology players (e.g. Ruangguru in Indonesia) to rapidly prepare the platform for free nation-wide access to Live Teaching sessions to ensure normalcy as much as possible for many K-12 students as schools and educational institutes are closed down for social distancing purposes. These players can also work together with Telecommunication Providers to provide complimentary or extra-affordable mobile data / internet data to support the digital...

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