Our approach to controlling malaria

ASP has worked very effectively to control Malaria in parts of Papua and Eastern Indonesia. Our approach involves working with remote, rural communities to train village health-workers to provide access to early diagnosis and treatment of malaria, and working with local government health departments to improve surveillance of malaria.

Water Environment & Sanitation

Access to safe, clean water by communities in Papua and Eastern Indonesia is poor. Both appropriate infrastructure and behaviour change can plan a role in improving this. ASP works with EON Engineering in Papua to appropriately and sustainably develop and implement water systems which provide reliable and safe water to communities. They also work on changing behaviours in households to …

Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is a common health problem in Papua and Eastern Indonesia and is increasing in prevalence as the HIV epidemic evolves. It is a treatable communicable disease but commonly goes undiagnosed and inadequately treated due to a lack of access to good quality health services in this region. ASP has worked on building capacity to address this need, and …