Dengue was first reported in two of Indonesia’s 29 provinces in 1968. Today dengue has spread to all provinces and is endemic in many large cities and small towns. We have been working in Indonesia since 2012, protecting nearly two million people from dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases.
(Data updated June 2023)
Our project sites in Yogyakarta and Bali are central to our ambitions to scale-up implementation in other regions around the world.
Engagement and public acceptance
Our Public Acceptance Model guides engagement, communication and
issues management. No mosquitoes are released without full endorsement from the
local Community Reference Group.