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Longitudinal outcomes of post-traumatic stress disorder among the Indian Ocean tsunami survivors in Indonesia
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following a disaster could change over time. This study aimed to analyze the risk factors of PTSD among the 2004 Indian tsunami survivors in Aceh and North Sumatra province, Indonesia.
Depression among older people in Bali
Depression is the most common mental disorder. Older adults are more vulnerable to depression and are usually underdiagnosed and untreated. This study aims to determine the prevalence of depression among older adults in Bali and identify its risk factors.
We’ve been following victims of the Boxing Day tsunami for 16 years – this is what we’ve learned about recovering from disaster
On December 26 2004, waves triggered by a massive earthquake slammed into the coastlines of countries ringing the Indian Ocean.
Access to Land and Tenancy Practices on Tanah Bengkok (Crooked Land): Evidence from Java, Indonesia
The discussion paper of the 2018 village land management study conducted by SurveyMETER has been released.