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Tag’s grass-roots maternal and infant mortality reduction project operates across rural villages in Central Java, Indonesia with its local partner YAKKUM. Vital training is provided for local healthcare workers and traditional birth attendants, providing them with valuable lifesaving skills. A large health mobile visits the villages to raise awareness, disseminate knowledge and provide health education. Professionals in the van will also provide vital women’s healthcare services.

Previously, Tag has assisting in enhancing community centres and in developing a demonstration home care model in Jakarta to be then replicated in other disaster-prone regions.

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Women’s Health and “Health Mobile”

Tag’s grass-roots maternal and infant mortality reduction project operates across rural villages in Central Java, Indonesia with its local partner YAKKUM. Vital training is provided for local healthcare workers and traditional birth attendants, providing them with valuable lifesaving skills. A large health mobile visits the villages to raise awareness, disseminate knowledge and provide health education. Professionals in the van will also provide vital women’s healthcare services.

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Additional Projects

Home Care for the elderly in Jakarta

With the help of Tag, a new organization was established in Indonesia, headed by the president of Emergency Ambulance Services (118 EAS), an Indonesian NGO, to develop a demonstration home care model in Jakarta and then replicate it in other

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Community Centre Development

Tag assisted its local partner, YAKKUM (Christian Foundation for Public Health) to adapting Israel’s community centre model to the conditions in Indonesia. In November 2011, following a 7.7 magnitude earthquake and the eruption of Mount Merapi, a team from Tag

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Improving infant and mother’s healthcare in rural Indonesia

Tag is continuing its women’s health activities with a project in Central Java to improve mother and baby healthcare in remote locations. This project is introducing innovative community led outreach teaching methods to raise awareness, increase capacity and bolster involvement in rural areas as well as increasing the capabilities of hospital-based personnel.

Tag has assisted in enhancing community centres, and is developing a demonstration home care model in Jakarta to be then replicated in other disaster-prone regions.

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