The 7th Alma Ata University Anniversary & 22th Alma Ata Foundation Anniversary, Faculty of Health Sciences Alma Ata University Present

4th Asia-Pacific Partnership on Health and Nutrition Improvement (APHNI)

"Towards Achieving Health-Related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Current Situation and The Next Agenda"

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The 17 SDGs are integrated—they recognize that action in one area will affect outcomes in others, and that development must balance social, economic and environmental sustainability. Countries have committed to prioritize progress for those who're furthest behind and Indonesia is one of the countries that involve in this agenda. The SDGs are designed to end poverty, hunger, AIDS, and discrimination against women and girls. The creativity, knowhow, technology and financial resources from all of society is necessary to achieve the SDGs in every context.
With the theme "Changing Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development", the SDGs, which contain 17 Goals and 169 Targets, are a global action plan for the next 15 years (effective from 2016 to 2030), to reduce poverty, reduce and protect the environment. The SDGs apply to all countries (universally), so that all countries without exception for the goals of developed countries have a moral obligation to achieve and target the SDGs.
Different from its predecessor the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the SDGs are designed to involve all development actors, be it the Government, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), the private sector, academia, and so on. Approximately 8.5 million citizens' voices around the world also contribute to the SDGs Goals and Targets. Leaving No One Behind is the main Principle of the SDGs. With this principle, at least the SDGs must be able to answer two things, namely, Procedural Justice, namely the extent to which all parties, especially those who have been left behind, can be involved in the entire development process and Substance of Justice, namely the extent to which development policies and programs can or are able to answer the problems of citizens, especially disadvantaged groups.
The Asia-Pacific Partnership and Nutrition Improvement (APHNI) is an international conference activity that has been routinely held by the Faculty of Health Sciences, Alma Ata University since 2019. The collaborations have been established with national and international institutional partners, as well as health professional organizations. discussions will explore strategies in improving quality, services, and the role of post-pandemic health technology in Asia Pacific countries.
We are calling all researchers and lecturers of instructors from various universities and other academic institutions, health sciences students, health professionals from various health service facilities to join this event. And also policy Maker from local government, regional, and Nasional Health Office, Social Service, and others and Health professional organizations to work together to discuss Towards Achieving Health-Related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Current Situation and The Next Agenda
Do not lose this opportunity; take part in the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Health and Nutrition Improvement (APHNI) Conference on October 26th, 2022 which is in order to celebrate 7th Alma Ata University Anniversary & 22nd Alma Ata Anniversary, hosted by Faculty of Health Sciences Alma Ata University. Grab it fast! Register before the conference seats run out. See you at the APHNI Conference.

The 4th APHNI 2022

The 4th Asia Pacific Partnership on Health and Nutrition Improvement Conference

Towards Achieving Health-Related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Current Situation and The Next Agenda


The APHNI conference will be held at Rich Hotel, Yogyakarta and online (ZOOM App, Link will be confirmed)


Conference :

October 26th, 2022

Oral Presentation :

October 26th, 2022


Here are some of our speakers

 APHNI 2022


Here are some of our speakers

Call for Abstract APHNI


Opening Remark

Opening Speech

Bumpering Break

Session 1: Smart Nutrition Strategies for Empowering Health Status


Moderator 1 Introduction

Prof. Joel Gittelsohn (Bloomberg School of Public Health, John Hopkins University, USA)

“Strategies to increase healthy food access for low-income communities”

Prof. dr. H Hamam Hadi, MS, Sc.D, Sp.GK - (Director of Center for Global Health, Alma Ata University, Indonesia)

“Tackling childhood stunting by exclusive breastfeeding”

Prof. Wan Abdul Manan Wan Muda (Right to Food Malaysia (HADAM) & World Public Health Nutrition Association (WPHNA))

Question and answer 1

Session 2: Reducing Maternal and Neonatal Mortality


Moderator 2 Introduction

Prof. Dr. Jamia Azdina Jamal (Faculty of Pharmacy, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)

"Traditional Medicines Application for Reducing Maternal and Neonatal Mortality"

Lily Kresnowati, dr, M.Kes(Epid) (Direktur Jaminan Pelayanan Kesehatan BPJS Kesehatan)

"Indonesian health financing strategies in the management of non-communicable diseases"

Chiraporn Worawong, PhD., MSN., RN (Director of Boromarajonani College of Nursing Udon Thani)

Question and answer 1

Session 3: The Role of Nutrition in the Prevention of Non Communicable Diseases


Moderator 3 Introduction

Prof. Jane C-J Chao (College of Nutrition, Taipei Medical University)

"Association between dietary patterns and chronic diseases"

Edi Sampurno R. BN., M.Nurs., Ph.D (Alma Ata University, Indonesia)

Assist. Prof. Dr. Charuwan Kritpracha

Faculty of Nursing, Prince of Songkia University

Question and answer 2

Opening Remark for Oral Presentaion

Oral Presentation

"Best Presentation" Announcement

Closing Remark



Contact Us

Contact Person Registration

Mrs. Rudianingtyas (+62 895 3701 79790)
Mrs. Wiji Indah (+62 822 9367 9312)