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  1. Indonesia Colleen Bish Nishika Vidanage January 15, 2007

  2. Who wants to be an Indonesian? For every question answered, you will gain an “x” number of years which will total your life expectancy in the end. 100 Years READY TO BEGIN? 0 Years Click the Indonesian Flag to start!

  3. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #1 Where is Indonesia located? A. Next to Italy B. Southeast Asia C. South America D. To the north of Canada

  4. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: B Indonesia is located in South East Asia, and Is surrounded by countries such as Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei. NEXT

  5. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #2 How many islands makes up Indonesia? A. 7 B. 26 C. 13,500 D. Too many to count

  6. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: C The country of Indonesia is made up of 13,500 tiny islands which stretch along 3000 miles of the equator. Over 65% of Indonesians live on three of the largest islands, Java, Madura, and Bali. These three islands only make up 7% of the 735,355 sq. miles that make up Indonesia. We’re Toddlers!

  7. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #3 If Indonesia won their independence from the Netherlands in 1950, how many years has Indonesia been independent? A. Where’s my calculator? B. 47 C. 67 D. 57

  8. Who wants to be an Indonesian? President Suharto Correct Answer: D In 1950 Indonesia became an Independent country, however, for 17 years following their independence there was civil unrest and Major General Suharto became the acting president in 1967. Suharto stepped down in 1998 because of economic turmoil. During his term he also annexed East Timor from Indonesia in 1975 who had constantly struggled for independence. NEXT

  9. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #4 Given the size of Indonesia, the population has climbed over the past twenty years making it’s population 225,500,000 people in 2006 with an expected 26% population increase by 2050. Indonesia is ranked ______ in the world according to it’s population. A. 4th B. 9th C. 26th D. 100th

  10. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: A Indonesia has the 4th largest population in the world. China is number one with 1,316,200,000 people, trailing closely by India who has 1,123,800,000 people, followed by the United States with 301,200,000 people, and then Indonesia. In 2050, Indonesia’s population is expected to reach 284,600,000 people. NEXT

  11. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #5 Looking at the surrounding coutries, Indonesia is 96% Malay which are people that originate from the country of: • A. Maldives • B. Singapore • C. Papua New Guinea • D. Malaysia

  12. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: D Indonesia is made up of 96% people with Malaysian origin. There are a few Melanesians that live on the outer islands and there is a small but economically active Chinese population. Malaysian Kites NEXT

  13. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #6 Religiously, Indonesia has the largest ________ population in the world. • A. Hindu • B. Confucian • C. Muslim • D. Buddhist

  14. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: C Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world, with 87% of it’s population professing Islam. Other religious groups include Hindus, Buddhists, Confucians, and Animists. NEXT

  15. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #7 In 2004, there were 540,000 new cases of TB reported in Indonesia. This puts Indonesia at the number ____ spot on the list of the 22 high-burden tuberculosis countries in the world. • A. 3 • B. 1 • C. 6 • D. 20

  16. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: A Indonesia ranks #3 among the top 22 countries affected by TB. TB is responsible for 7.7% of the total disease burden in Indonesia. Directly Observed Therapy, Short-Course (DOTS) was first piloted in Sulawesi and, according to WHO, had expanded to 98 percent of the country in 2005. Indonesia has met the 85% target for DOTS treatment success. Detection of infectious TB cases has increased from 38 percent in 2003 to 53 percent in 2004. Case Detection Rate, 2003. NEXT

  17. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #8 Which of the following are diseases in Indonesia? A. Filarisis D. Yaws B. Dengue E. Leprosy C. Leptospirosis F. Helminthiasis

  18. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer? All of them! There are six prevalent diseases in Indonesia and that is not counting HIV/AIDS, Malaria, or TB. The six diseases listed on the previous slide are all communicable diseases. There are on-going efforts to reduce the prevalence of these diseases however the process is extremely slow. Halfway there!

  19. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #9 From 1998 the GDP of Indonesia has increased steadily and with that comes an increase in the total expediture of the GDP on health care. In 1998 the expenditure on health care was 2.5% and the GDP was $1.3 billion. In 2005 the GDP was 2.6 billion and the total expenditure on healthcare was_______ . • A. 2.6% • B. 5.0% • C. 3.0% • D. 7.2%

  20. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: C The expenditure for health care in 2005 was 3.0% while their GDP was doubled. The .5% increase over 7 years has helped however, only 43% of children that are the poorest fifth of the country have been vaccinated against diseases such as Diphtheria, Measles, and Mumps, while 72% of the richest fifth has been vaccinated against these diseases. Indonesian child receiving the oral polio vaccine. NEXT

  21. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #10 In 1997, the value of the ruppiah slipped 11% in two months. This was the beginning of the official collapse of the Indonesian economy. At the same time famine and forest fires created an environmental crisis, which did not help the already plummeting economy. The percentage of Indonesians living on less than one dollar per day is: • A. 10.6% • B. 7.7% • C. 15% • D. 5.4%

  22. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: B In Indonesia 7.7% of the population is living on less than $1 per day. More than 50% of the population is living on less than $2 per day.17% of the population is living at the upper poverty level while 15% of the population is living at the lower poverty level. The GNI per capita is $3,720. Onward!

  23. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #11 Despite the lack of funding spent on healthcare, the Indonesian government has accomplished the goal of universal free primary education. The percentage of males and females enrolled in primary education are : • A. 110 m / 106 f • B. 96 m / 94 f • C. 99 m / 97 f • D. 89 m/ 87/ f

  24. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: A Surprisingly there is over a 100% enrollment rate according to the PRB. Free universal primary education has led to a 98-99% literacy rate in males and females aged 15-29. Sadly, secondary school enrollment drops to 60% from 106% in females, and to 61% from 110% in males. Land O' Lakes works to improve nutrition and health while increasing student attendance of children by providing milk and biscuits at school. NEXT

  25. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #12 Abortion in Indonesia is prohibited, or is permitted only to save a woman’s life. In 2005, there were 4,495,000 live births. The number of surviving infants was 4,324,000 however, there is a high infant mortality rate in Indonesia which is: • A. 40% • B. 38% • C. 45% • D. 25%

  26. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: B Unfortunately in Indonesia there is a high infant mortality rate of 38%. The child mortality rate is even higher, a whopping 47%. The birth rate in Indonesia is 20 per 1,000. With a projected 26% increase by 2050 in population, lifetime births per woman is 2.4, which is contributing to this steady increase in population. A baby toddles at the Arif camp in Banda Aceh. NEXT

  27. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #13 Like most developing countries, if a child can reach the age of 10 the death rate drops dramatically. In Indonesia, the death rate is: • A. .01% • B. .03% • C. .006% • D. .009

  28. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: C According to the PRB, the annual death rate in Indonesia is 6 per 1,000. This then translates to 135,000 deaths in Indonesia every year. The number of physicians in Indonesia is 29,499, however, the number of physicians per 1000 is .13. Additionally, there are .62 nurses per 1000, .20 midwives, .03 dentists, and about the same number of pharmacists (.03). Hospital staff treating people After devastating earthquake in 2006. NEXT

  29. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Question #14 Compared to Indonesians surrounding countries, Thailand (47), Malaysia (49), Brunei (40), Papua New Guinea (148), and the United States (37), the health care system in Indonesia is ranked: A. 93 B. 92 C. 67 D. 59

  30. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Correct Answer: B Indonesia is ranked 92nd according to the WHO in health care systems. Indonesia ranks at #31 above Thailand, Brunei, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea among leading GDPs. However, it has become a sad fact that of the worlds 100 largest economic entities, 51 are corporations and 49 are countries. View of Jakarta’s Two Mangoes Mall - a haven for fake goods. NEXT

  31. Who wants to be an Indonesian? CONGRATULATIONS!!!! You have reached the life expectancy for an Indonesian citizen – 69 years!! Congratulations on making it past your 7th birthday and leading a somewhat healthy life! 69 years!

  32. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Credits Slide 2: Indonesian Flag http://office.microsoft.com/clipart/preview.aspx?AssetID=MMj0178256&Query=Indonesian+flag&Scope=20 Thermometer http://office.microsoft.com/clipart/preview.aspx?AssetID=MCHH00448_&Query=thermometer&Scope=20& Slide 4 Population Resource Center Information and Map of Indonesia http://www.prcdc.org/summaries/indonesia/indonesia.html Slide 6 Population Resource Center Information http://www.prcdc.org/summaries/indonesia/indonesia.html Best of Bali Tourism http://www.adventure-bali.com/ Slide 8 Population Resource Center Information http://www.prcdc.org/summaries/indonesia/indonesia.html Wikimedia Picture of President Suharto http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/pl/thumb/1/14/Suharto.jpg/150px-Suharto.jpg

  33. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Credits Slide 10 IDB: Countries Ranked by Population http://www.census.gov/cgi-bin/ipc/idbrank.pl Pie Chart- Population of the Whole World http://www.nihonkaigaku.org/ham/eacoex/100econ/110step/111pop/e_wldpop.gif Slide 12 Population Resource Center Information http://www.prcdc.org/summaries/indonesia/indonesia.html Malaysian Kites Image http://www.devonair.co.uk/images/kiteimages/malaysian_kite.jpg Slide 14 Population Resource Center Information http://www.prcdc.org/summaries/indonesia/indonesia.html The Muslim Woman Image http://www.themuslimwoman.org/images/muslim_women_women_09.jpg

  34. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Credits Slide 16 US AIDS Infectious Diseases- Indonesia Information http://www.usaid.gov/our_work/global_health/id/tuberculosis/countries/ane/indonesia_profile.html Temporinteraktif Image- Case Detection Rate http://www.tempointeraktif.com/hg/img/narasi/petacasedetactactionrate.gif Slide 18 World Health Organization Information Communicable Diseases http://www.who.or.id/eng/ourworks.asp?id-owl Slide 19 Wikipedia 1998 GDP Information http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Indonesia World Health Organization 2005- GDP and Expenditure Information http://www.who.int/nha/country/IDN.xls

  35. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Credits Slide 20 Population Resource Bureau Information http://www.prb.org/DataFind/prbdata/wcprbdata7.asp?DW=DR&SL=&SA=1 World Health Organization 2005- GDP and Expenditure Information http://www.who.int/nha/country/IDN.xls Interet-General.Info Image http://www.interet-general.info/IMG/Indonesia-Enfant-Polio-2.jpg Slide 21 Population Resource Center Information http://www.prcdc.org/summaries/indonesia/indonesia.html Population Resource Bureau Information http://www.prb.org/DataFind/prbdata/wcprbdata7.asp?DW=DR&SL=&SA=1 Slide 22 Population Resource Bureau Information http://www.prb.org/DataFind/prbdata/wcprbdata7.asp?DW=DR&SL=&SA=1

  36. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Credits Slide 23 Population Resource Bureau Information http://www.prb.org/DataFind/prbdata/wcprbdata7.asp?DW=DR&SL=&SA=1 Slide 24 Population Resource Bureau Information http://www.prb.org/DataFind/prbdata/wcprbdata7.asp?DW=DR&SL=&SA=1 FAS Online Image http://www.fas.usda.gov/excredits/FoodAid/pics/Jakarta%20School.JPG Slide 25 World Health Organization – Indonesia –Immunization Profile Information http://www.who.int/vaccines/globalsummary/immunization/countryprofileresult.cfm?C='idn‘ Slide 26 World Health Organization – Indonesia –Immunization Profile Information http://www.who.int/vaccines/globalsummary/immunization/countryprofileresult.cfm?C='idn‘

  37. Who wants to be an Indonesian? Credits Slide 28 Population Resource Bureau Information http://www.prb.org/DataFind/prbdata/wcprbdata7.asp?DW=DR&SL=&SA=1 World Health Organzation- Core Health Indicators Information http://www3.who.int/whosis/core/core_select_process.cfm?country=idn&indicators=healthpersonnel&intYear_sele ct=all&language=en Caritas Image http://www.caritas.jp/2006indonesia/hospital.gif Slide 29 The World Health Organization's ranking of the world's health systems Information http://www.photius.com/rankings/healthranks.html Slide 30 The World Health Organization's ranking of the world's health systems Information http://www.photius.com/rankings/healthranks.html Indonesia Surfing Image http://www.einarsen.no/Indonesia/Java/JakaMall.jpg