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We understand the grassroots to the global influencer behind it

As domestic economies integrate to regional and global economy, there is growing attention to how individual citizens cope with the socioeconomic pressures. Social protection policy and health care becomes crucial element of any economic and social policies of today's world. As much as social protection and health care are built with the technical knowledge in public health, nursing, midwivery, and community development, efficacious policies in this field demand synergy with actors who matters in politics and socioeconomic approach. Being inclusive is a challenge; and so is being efficient. Network, communication and designs matter to support a synergy that lead to the common-efforts to reach a desired goal.

Synergy Policies provide advise, policy studies, and technical assistance that will help institutions/governments design and implement social protection and health care policies in more inclusive manner. We care about creating enabling environment that would allow local and international organizations, civil society, and government agencies to consider the multiple factors and dimensions that so far have hindered many governments and communities to provide sustainable social protection and affordable yet quality health care schemes to as many citizens as possible. 

Our reference include best-practices from local experiences as well as the international best-practices and guidance such as the Post-MDGs and the Sustainable Development Governance.


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‘Making National Health Insurance More Responsive’ with WHO Geneva. Planning and executing regional visits, webinar, policy brief, and journal.

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'Jaminan Hari Tua' and 'Jaminan Pensiun' also program transfer from ASABRI and TASPEN to BPJS Ketenagakerjaan, with Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Cultural Affairs.

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of National Program on Work Accidents and Death (Evaluasi Program Jaminan Kecelakaan Kerja dan Kematian) with Indonesian Ministry of Manpower

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