"It was some of the most challenging study I have ever done, not only because of the language barrier. But the payoff was something special, and it kept me humble about how much more I have to learn."
At the Komodo Regional General Hospital, COVID-19 Surveillance Coordinator and Australia Awards alumna Aloysia Juniarti Ritassi and her team are working hard to ensure data is captured accurately daily.
A team from the Faculties of Engineering and Dentistry at Universitas Hasanuddin in Makassar, South Sulawesi, led by Dr Muh Anshar, designed a device that helps dentists remove potentially hazardous aerosols and improves workplace safety amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Surabaya, East Java, a medical assistant robot to minimise contact between medical personnel and COVID-19 patients was developed by a team from Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) and Universitas Airlangga, under the guidance of Prof Mochamad Ashari, Rector of ITS.
Alumna Dr Dulce Nhassico wants children to be safe from vaccine-preventable diseases in Mozambique. She relies on knowledge and skills developed while studying in Australia for her work.
Bangladesh is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change, according to World Bank reports. Australia Awards alumna Marzia Sultana from Bangladesh believes that the country needs more environmental experts in order to better understand the vulnerabilities and ensure sustainable development.
A New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant in 2018 to the Philippines, helped Zebelene gain invaluable skills, new perspectives, and develop connections she continues to draw on in her professional career.
For 2019 New Colombo Plan (NCP) Fiji Scholar, Naomi Joyce, her scholarship experience strengthened her passion for innovation, boosted her confidence in working in unfamiliar settings, and enabled her to gain invaluable work-ready skills.
Teacher trainer Dede Supriyanto believes children with disabilities can grow to their fullest potential when teachers, parents and caregivers develop skills to communicate with them.
In Papua and West Papua, a puzzle card is helping tuberculosis patients remember to take their medication, a habit that plays a very important role in ensuring patient recovery, preventing re-occurrence, and eradicating tuberculosis.
Working with Islamic boarding schools within Indonesia’s largest Muslim organisation, Hijroatul aims to introduce environmental-friendly management and raise awareness of environmental issues,