With more than 8,000 inhabited islands, and over 300 languages spoken across them, Indonesia, is the country of diversity. The existence of many cultures, peoples, animals, customs, plants, sights, artworks and foods offers a myriad set of adventures to travel lovers from mountaineering, to scuba diving, from relaxing at the spectacular beaches to navigating through the biggest Asia’s National Park.
Indonesia suffers from different social and health issues such as gender inequality, lack of proper education and HIV. Only 25 per cent of Indonesia students meet minimum standards in literacy and numeracy. Indonesia was ranked 99th in the world by prevalence rate, but because of low understanding of the symptoms of the disease and high social stigma attached to it, only 5-10% of HIV/AIDS sufferers actually get diagnosed and treated