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    The number of children living with terminal cancer and HIV/AIDS is growing in Indonesia, with no end-of-life care system. Lynna Chandra has pioneered the first national system of home-based pediatric palliative care.

    Despite decades of malaria control efforts in Indonesia focused exclusively on curative treatment, Dr. Mohammad Alhabsyi has shifted practices in eradicating malaria to a collaborative, preventive approach across government agency and local community sectors.

    Vicky Viel Temperley reawakes the spirit of creativity and humanity among cancer patients, their caregivers, and medical personnel, transforming the hospital experience into a one that nurtures and supports patients during some of the most challenging periods of their lives.

    The development of Indonesia depends heavily on math and science-based professions, but young people’s interest in both subjects is dramatically lacking. Yohanes Surya is a physicist encouraging a generation of students to excel in science and math, and pursue professions drawing on these skills to help Indonesia progress as a nation. He encourages not only students, but teachers, as they hold the key to nurturing the nation’s budding scientists.

    Samsuridjal Djauzi is pioneering a comprehensive approach to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Indonesia by changing the medical infrastructure for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

    In the midst of struggle to fight against Lupus the unknown disease, Dian Wahdhini Syarief, a person living with Lupus and low vision, is building a supporting system engaging stakeholders to ensure the survival of people with Lupus in Indonesia.

    Paris Sembiring, a paddy cab driver turned nursery entrepreneur, has created a business model that empowers and provides economic incentives for people to get involved in seedling development to drive more support of the reforestation movement in Indonesia.

    Despite the plethora of challenges surrounding mental health in Indonesia, healthcare still fails to prioritize the issue.Ssocial stigma has therefore extremely harmful effects on those living with mental illness. Bagus Utomo is organizing a nation wide mental health consumer groups to break the chains of stigma and improve the healthcare and the lives of people living with schizophrenia in Indonesia.

    Combining saving mechanisms with waste segregation, Bambang Suwerda is using economic incentives to introduce waste management across Indonesia. The ensuing waste separation practices among households create sustainable revenues for recycling businesses.

    Lita Anggraini brings marginalized domestic workers back into Indonesian society. She does this by educating workers, raising public awareness of the issues that affect them, and changing the laws so that the state recognizes, appreciates, and protects their rights as workers, persons, citizens, and women—leading to a better situation for domestic workers and their relationship with employers.