The Guardian Unlimited has a good story, Ducking responsibility, about the situation in Indonesia. It points out that the country has really no idea what's going on at the backyard level of its poultry industry.
In Thailand, by comparison, where bird flu is also endemic in poultry, there is a network of 750,000 volunteers spread across almost every village who have been trained to monitor both animal and human health. In Indonesia, a village surveillance system is considered even more important than in Thailand because most poultry is free-range and kept in people's back yards rather than in large indoor farms, as they are in Thailand.
The story also mentions that the 27-year-old woman who died a few days ago presumably contracted H5N1 from her own chickens. But is anyone trying to find out where the chickens got it?