The policy brief, we clearly meant to be an inspiration and reference for policymakers on related issues. The policy brief presented on this website is, first, written based on the results of SurveyMETER research, especially the self-initiated research. Second, a policy brief authored by a research associate or external researcher relevant to the issues of facilitation being implemented by SurveyMETER and considered valuable to be shared extensively.

Enhancing decent work among older people engaged in nature-based solutions in Indonesia

By definition, nature-based solutions (NbS) provide many environmental and social benefits for older people (e.g. greater food security).

Friday, 31/05/2024

Time to Activate Breastfeeding Behavior Change and Intervention

Prior to the COVID19 pandemic, Indonesia had become one of the countries with the highest burden of stunting and malnutrition in the world.

Thursday, 08/10/2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is a momentum to change parenting styles for toddlers

The COVID-19 pandemic opens new adaptations to habits for parents of children under five years of age (toddlers) around the world, including Indone

Friday, 02/10/2020

The Life Story Program Needs to be Adopted by Schools: Proven Programs to Improve Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior of Students in the Elderly

Tahun 2013 lalu, SurveyMETER dan CAS UI melakukan Studi Asesmen Kota Ramah Lanjut Usia di 14 kota di Indonesia.

Friday, 03/11/2017

The Suitability of Yogyakarta City Meets the Criteria for an Elderly-Friendly City according to WHO Has Yet to Reach 50% of Score

In 2002, WHO issued the Age-Friendly City guideline in response to two global trends that together comprise major forces: population aging and urba

Monday, 14/03/2016

Two of Ten Elderly Have Dementia when Entering Age of 70 Years Old: Evidence from Dementia Study in Yogyakarta

Life expectancy of Indonesia has increased in the few decades; it has now reached the age of 70 years.

Monday, 14/03/2016

Dementia Prevalence Figures, Need All of Our Attention

Indonesia will have an aging population structure in less than four years as the percentage of the population aged 60 years or more is at least 10%

Friday, 11/03/2016