Indonesia‘s healthcare system is rated as one of the poorest of any Asian country. More than 28 million (11 percent of the population) live below the poverty line of $17 a month and about half the population have incomes below $60 a month. Although the basic health services they exist in all districts, but equity and affordability of health care is still a constraint. According to data obtained by Department of Health, 40 percent of people still go to traditional healers.
At InMed we want things to change. We have thus decided to grasp with both hands the challenge of unequal healthcare access at the heart of the debate in Indonesia. To this end, we aim to provide high quality healthcare services and this directly at patient‘s residences. This program aims to make a meaningful impact on the Indonesian society by extending the medical assistance from the urban zones to the rural ones.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||365,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Indonesia|
|Recruit||2 management, 20 volunteers|
|New Feature||InMed Online Store, InMed Blood Bank|
InMed team consists of young people aged 19-25 years with an educational background of college or graduates of bachelor and master degree. Teams are divided into Finance and Administration Department, Human Resources Department, Quality Department, Customer Service Department, IT Department, Marketing & PR Department, and Health Worker Department. This program is expected to have a good system of collecting and processing data that facilitates the process of management and replication programs.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES YOUTH