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Analysis of Indonesian Family Life Survey (IFLS) Analysis

Project Overview

This project aims to quantify, to the extent possible, the following information for Indonesia: Prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and related risk factors, including diabetes/high blood sugar, hypertension, heart problems and stroke; Direct and indirect costs for select NCDs; and other measures of burden for these NCDs, which may include greater levels of unemployment, higher rates for insurance, greater health care utilization, and greater government transfers for treating these conditions among low income and/or aged individuals, and to forecast expected burden in the future.


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