Indonesia: Health Disparities, and Social Inequalities
Social inequalities: Indonesia is a highly diverse country with significant disparities in income, education, and social status. These inequalities are often exacerbated by factors such as gender, ethnicity, and religion. Marginalized groups, such as indigenous communities and people living in poverty, are particularly vulnerable to environmental degradation and health disparities. Share this paper
Natural disasters: Indonesia is prone to natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions. These disasters can have significant impacts on the environment, public health, and social and economic structures, often disproportionately affecting vulnerable populations.