CoBRI is a public-private initiative committed to public health conditions in low to middle income populations.
Combining the skills of a variety of organisation to bring scientific research to communities
CoBRI leverages on the two integrated health care systems in Indonesia to implement its researches: the PUSKESMAS and the POSYANDU
PUSKESMAS are government-mandated community health clinics located across Indonesia. There are an estimated 9,754 PUSKESMAS all across Indonesia.
Overseen by a team of general doctors, dentists, nurses, midwifes, nutritionists, pharmacist, sanitarians, laboratory staff, and non-medical staffs appointed by the Indonesian Ministry of Health. The PUSKESMAS system proven effective for establishing front line primary health programs that are targeted at providing healthcare to the low to middle income population of Indonesia.
It is an integrated Community Health Service Center dedicated to improving and empowering basic health services to promote Maternal and child health precautions, family planning, improved nutrition, environment health, infectious diseases prevention, medication/treatment, dental care, health education and promotion, health surveillance, and monitoring and reporting.
POSYANDU basically provide integrated services for health, nutrition, family planning and activities aimed at generating income for women as part of the poverty alleviation strategy.
The role of POSYANDU in this system is very important, especially to support the vaccination programme, nutrient, mother and child healthcare (KIA), family planning programme, prevention of diarrhea, and community health education. There are over 200,000 POSYANDU spread out in urban and rural areas.
The POSYANDU activities, integrated with other activities such as PAUD, BKB and TPA need to be improved in order to develop early childhood comprehensive and integrated care to improve child health. Fifty-five per cent of infants were weighed at POSYANDU, and of these percentage recorded an increase in body weight There are a total of 240,000 POSYANDU units, but as a result of the impact of the prolonged crisis, only 120,000 units remain active.
GASTRO-INTESTINAL HEALTH DIARRHEA
LIVER HEALTH- HEPATITIS
MATERNAL HEALTH PRE-TERM BIRTH
Akim Dharmawan Ph.D
Dr. Ema Sitepu
Dr Murdhani Abdullah, SpPD KGEH
Dr. Amanda Pitarini Utari, SpPD
Dr Kaka Renaldi
Dr Hasan Maulahela, SpPD
Dr Saptawati Bardosono, M.Sc
Dr Roy Panusunan Sibarani, SpPD, KEMD
Dr Michael Shleifer
Dr Rino Alvani Gani SpPD KGEH