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Indonesian delegation from Makassar city Health Office explained about District Health Information System (DHIS) application which is applied by the local government of Makassar in Oslo University, Norway. Head of Health Office, Naisyah Tun Azikin through social network said in Makassar, on Sunday (23/6) that her party represented the city’s government of Makassar as well as delegation from Indonesia along with team from Health Ministry presented DHIS application in Norway. She also explained that DHIS is a platform of open source software for reporting, analysis and dissemination of data for all health programs which is developed by the Health Information System Program, Ministry of Health.

Indonesian art team enlivened Museum Night 2019 event by performing Rindik Bali and Ceng-ceng art accompanied by Joged dance from Bali and Saman dance from Aceh succeeded to amaze visitors of Hopp Ferenc Museum, Budapest, over the weekend. The performance of Darmasiswa Alumni got applause from audiences every time the Indonesian art team finished to carry one Indonesian art show. Information of Social and Culture, Indonesian Embassy in Budapest in press release which was received by Antara London, on Monday (26/6) said that the committee of Museum Night in Hopp Ferenc gives opportunity to the team of the Indonesian Embassy in Budapest to perform on stage for 30 minutes by performing 3 kinds of performances. Meanwhile, Executor of Educational, Social and Cultural Function of the Indonesian embassy in Budapest, Titania Arimbi, conveyed that Museum Night is an opportunity which is very good for Indonesian promotion.

Indonesia Festival which will be held by Indonesian Embassy to Norway in Oslo on July 29 and 30, 2019 becomes an event to promote Indonesian diversity as well as archipelagic food products. Director of Europe II of Indonesian Foreign Affairs Ministry, Hendra Halim in press conference toward the implementation of "Food Diversity from Tropical Forest and Peat" Indonesia Festival, said in Jakarta on Monday (26/6) that Norway is one of important partners of Indonesia in environmental and fishery sectors. Indonesia Festival in Oslo becomes the first and will become routinely festival and also the biggest in Nordic region. The exhibition will present archipelagic food products from natural resources or local and traditional community’s products which stay surrounding forest and peat. In addition, the exhibition will also display organic food products, worked by Javara food artist who has penetrated International standard of European Union, the United States and Japan.

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