Taking the opportunity from post-pandemic momentum, to date, I believe that my Indonesia country is strong in making stakeholder collaboration, preserving information transparency and trust, creating and sharing health intelligence, and embarking the digital transformation. This year we are organizing the G20 presidency forum in which at this time two of three critical points are being fostered such as maximizing global health architecture and embodying an inclusive digital transformation.
As an archipelago country that serves hundreds-million inhabitants throughout thousands of islands, a challenge that hampers the accomplishment of these two points is about securing internet equity. It is true to mention that techquity issue (with a particular focus on technological equity) poses a digital gap that decreases support of internet connectivity for those residing in frontier, outermost, and less developed regions. While Global Health Security entrusts all countries to possess the ability to detect, prevent, and respond to emerging pandemic threats by reaching digital maturity, there is a need to invest in technology and infrastructure to adopt low-cost satellite connectivity and subsidized mobile phone plans for those marginalized societies.