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April Imam Prabowo

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Founder and Director, Katalis Institute and Academic Physician, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta


April Imam Prabowo is the founder and director of Katalis Institute, a non-profit organization that promotes a multidimensional approach to primary health care advancement in Indonesia through education, research, and advocacy. The institute’s work is centered on building an equitable, climate-resilient, and environmentally sustainable health care system in Indonesia. A medical doctor trained in Family Medicine and Global Health, April also teaches at the Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, where he led various initiatives on primary health care advancement with local, national, and international partners that led him to receive multiple scholarships. He is one of the primary architects of the university’s COVID-19 mitigation and emergency response. His work is driven by his core belief in health for all and by all, and he is eager to break down silos to promote multisectoral actions and health in all policies.

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