CPHI specializes in qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-method research on a range of topics related to Public Health in Indonesia. Focusing primarily on health policy and management in the underprivileged area, public health, children and youth, nutrition, sexual & reproductive health, community-development through training-consulting-workshop, giving back with several kinds of collaboration on community services and more.
In addition, CPHI also has a strong commitment to work with the government to improve the success of health development through various collaborative activities both in policy and program development consultation, and when implementing and evaluating health policies or programs. The key findings and recommendation of the research have been stated to improve delivery of program’s beneficiary.
CPHI conducts research both independently and in collaboration with regional, national, and international partners.
CPHI has specialized in health care analysis, policy research, and monitoring and evaluation of health programs. Our research center has a strong concern for ensuring the voice of the vulnerable and marginal community to be heard by the public health program planner and policymakers. It is, therefore, the CPHI is always enthusiastic to response on call of research with a marginal and vulnerable population. The CPHI’s research topic is mostly about the public health-related topic but focused more on the vulnerable community such as young people, female, women workers, sex workers, LGBTQ community, as well as disabled people.
CPHI focuses on areas of Public Health research that are of fundamental importance to improving the health status in Indonesia. We study a variety of topics, including:
CPHI focuses on increasing the capacity of human resources through various NVivo training, statistical tools; STATA & SPSS and others related to research in public health.