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Many businesses have been heavily hit by the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia, especially micro, small and medium enterprises. To support these businesses during the pandemic, the Cianjur District Office for Co-operatives and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises launched an online consultation program called OK UMKM where businesses can ask for advice as well as manage requests for licenses, permits, and other certification such as halal certification.

Instead of developing a new smart...

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A significant proportion of Bali’s residents rely on domestic and international tourism for income. With the COVID-19 pandemic all but bringing an end to tourism for now, many people’s livelihoods have been significantly negatively affected in Bali. Thousands of tourism workers have lost their jobs or have seen their businesses collapse.

In response, the Badung District Industry and Workforce Office decided to provide financial support to workers who have lost their jobs, been told ...

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JOGO TONGGO is the Javanese phrase for “look after your neighbour”. The program encourages residents of Central Java Province to return to traditional community support values and activities to ensure that everyone gets through the COVID-19 pandemic together. JOGO TONGGO encourages people to work together to guard each others’ health by not entering other people’s houses and ensuring distance is kept when meeting face-to-face, and by supporting each others’ financial resilience by sharing ...

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The Makassar City Library Services Office in South Sulawesi runs a variety of library outreach activities, such as mobile library services and travelling storytelling. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, these face-to-face activities had to cease operation. To keep children entertained and ensure they remain intellectually active during the pandemic, the Makassar City Library Services Office came up with the idea to run storytelling events online. Called DONGKELOR, or Online Travelling ...

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Like many other districts throughout Indonesia, Banyuwangi District in East Java has been hit hard by COVID-19 on both the health and economic fronts. The district has been a burgeoning tourism location in recent years; with the pandemic, tourists have all but disappeared from Banyuwangi.

Banyuwangi has been implementing the Smart Kampung (Smart Village) program for a number of years now, increasingly integrating technology and the internet into public services. In response to the C...

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With schools across Indonesia closed since April 2020, many students and teachers are struggling to participate in online learning. Schools have had to be creative and innovative in how they respond to the pandemic and implement learning and teaching activities to ensure education continues while chances for the virus to spread are reduced.

Nearly 60% of Pacitan District is hilly, making both physical access and internet access difficult for residents. Villages are also located rela...

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Like many areas in Indonesia, South Sulawesi Province frequently encountered problems when families of deceased COVID-19 patients attempted to forcibly take the bodies home from hospitals. This occurred for a number of reasons, namely that Islamic belief says that burial procedures should be conducted within 24 hours of death, but also that many families do not understand that they can still contract the virus from a deceased patient’s body. Other families, meanwhile, do not believe that C...

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COVID-19 is highly contagious. In order to ensure the safety of personnel, COVID-19 hospitals must have standardised airborne infection handling systems. Rumah Sakit Paru Jember (Jember Lung Hospital) in East Java has developed a technology called ‘Burning System COVID-19’ (‘BUSY COVID-19’). The system includes negative pressure isolation rooms, an air ‘burning’ mechanisme, and air filtration and temperature control. The BUSY COVID-19 system is easy to use and cheaper than other comparable...

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In Sleman District, Yogyakarta, staff from the District Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection Office are often seen travelling around the area’s towns and villages alike in their ‘SIE MOLIN’ car. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, SIE MOLIN - which stands for ‘Mobil Perlindungan Perempuan dan Anak’, or ‘Car for the Protection of Women and Children’ - activities focused on raising awareness about gender-based violence (GBV) and providing services for women and children victims of violence. ...

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Banggai was the first district of Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi Province to be hit by the COVID-19 outbreak. Local health facilities such as hospitals and community health centres faced major problems following health protocols introduced by the Ministry of Health due to a lack in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This meant that health workers working on the frontline of hospitals and other health institutions were not properly protected from contracting COVID-19.

The administra...

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One side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was the difficulty to access reliable, fast and true information. In Indonesia, a lot of misinformation has been circulating both online and offline. The West Java COVID-19 Information and Coordination Center, or PIKOBAR, addresses this issue by providing a government-led, trusted, and accessible pandemic information platform to publish data, factual news, and practical preventive instructions. Jabar Digital Service (JDS) developed a website and mob...

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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 Java 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 sym...

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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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