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From trash for healthcare

  • Primary school students and residents bring recyclable trash to get free healthcare services that could cover BPJS Kesehatan premiums. JP/Aman Rochman

    Primary school students and residents bring recyclable trash to get free healthcare services that could cover BPJS Kesehatan premiums. JP/Aman Rochman

  • People sit and wait for their turn to submit their recyclable trash in exchange for free healthcare services. JP/Aman Rochman

    People sit and wait for their turn to submit their recyclable trash in exchange for free healthcare services. JP/Aman Rochman

  • A staff member weighs the trash from residents, during the healthcare program in Indonesia Medika Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). The clinic’s healthcare program is a collaborative effort between BPJS Kesehatan, the Malang Environment Agency, students and residents. JP/Aman Rochman

    A staff member weighs the trash from residents, during the healthcare program in Indonesia Medika Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). The clinic’s healthcare program is a collaborative effort between BPJS Kesehatan, the Malang Environment Agency, students and residents. JP/Aman Rochman

  • A staff member shows the weight of trash brought by residents during the weigh-in as an exchange for membership cards. The Homedika Care program allows poor people to get healthcare services at home by paying with 3 kilograms of trash. JP/Aman Rochman

    A staff member shows the weight of trash brought by residents during the weigh-in as an exchange for membership cards. The Homedika Care program allows poor people to get healthcare services at home by paying with 3 kilograms of trash. JP/Aman Rochman

  • Sixty-five-year-old Supali sits with others, waiting for his turn to obtain free healthcare services. Using some recyclable trash as payment is being done for the first time in Indonesia. JP/ Aman Rochman

    Sixty-five-year-old Supali sits with others, waiting for his turn to obtain free healthcare services. Using some recyclable trash as payment is being done for the first time in Indonesia. JP/ Aman Rochman

  • A patient (right) gets her blood pressure checked. JP/ Aman Rochman

    A patient (right) gets her blood pressure checked. JP/ Aman Rochman

  • A resident walks out after getting treatment in the Indonesia Medika Clinic, Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). JP/ Aman Rochman

    A resident walks out after getting treatment in the Indonesia Medika Clinic, Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). JP/ Aman Rochman

  • A doctor checks a female patient during the free health program in the Indonesia Medika Clinic Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). JP/ Aman Rochman

    A doctor checks a female patient during the free health program in the Indonesia Medika Clinic Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). JP/ Aman Rochman

  • Residents queue for drugs to be distributed during a healthcare program in the Indonesia Medika Clinic Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). JP/ Aman Rochman

    Residents queue for drugs to be distributed during a healthcare program in the Indonesia Medika Clinic Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). JP/ Aman Rochman

  • A medical staff member gives an explanation about the rules for drugs and drinking to a patient during the free health program in the Indonesia Medika Clinic, Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). JP/ Aman Rochman

    A medical staff member gives an explanation about the rules for drugs and drinking to a patient during the free health program in the Indonesia Medika Clinic, Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (21/2). JP/ Aman Rochman

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