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A nationwide study was held to understand the public's view and perception regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and the national vaccination program.
At a meeting with WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Minister Retno Marsudi accentuated Indonesia's support for COVID-19 vaccine issues.
Indonesia is accepted to join the vaccines pillar of the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator or COVAX.
Indonesia has actively engaged in international and multilateral talks to access future COVID-19 vaccines.
Unicef launches a new education platform to aid children affected by school closures as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) releases a children's story book titled 'My Hero is You' to educate children in the fight against COVID-19.
UNICEF estimates there will be 392,078 babies born globally on New Year's Day with 13,020 born in Indonesia, dubbed New Year's Babies.
Merck's Ervebo is the first Ebola vaccine to successfully complete clinical trials and win a marketing license.
Indonesian multi-talented actor Nicholas Saputra has been chosen to become the Indonesian UNICEF ambassador.
Amid the recent student rally, Unicef calls on all parties to protect children against violence.
Children under age 15 are almost three times more likely to die from diseases due to lack of clean water in countries in conflict, UNICEF says.
Bappenas revealed that there are at least 25 million Indonesians with careless defecation habit (BABS) in 2018.
South Sulawesi student Rizka Raisa (17) won the UNICEF School Superhero Comic Contest with her character 'Cipta' to fight silence with silence.