2016 International Conference on Family Planning

25-28 January 2016 in Nusa Dua, Indonesia. More Info.


Youth Booklet II

Realizing Young People’s Potential in Indonesia: The Path to a Brighter Future. Download


Annual Report 2014

This annual report showcases UNFPA Indonesia’s results in enhancing policy dialogue, advocacy, knowledge creation and capacity development in 2014. Download

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Eliminate Female Genital Mutilation by 2030, Say UNFPA and UNICEF

Female Genital Mutilation is a violent practice, scarring girls for life - endangering their health, depriving them of their rights, and denying them the chance to reach their full potential.   Read

Tackling FGM in Indonesia

Indonesia has one of the world's highest numbers of women and girls undergoing female genital mutilation and cutting, shows newly collected data. Read

Changing the Dialogue: Speaking Out Against Female Genital Mutilation in Indonesia

“The day before I was discharged by the midwife, my daughter was circumcised. She is now three weeks old. When she becomes an adult, she will pray five times a day and read the Al Quran," says Rosa, a young woman living in Jakarta, before expressing a common misconception in the country. Read

Boost Access, Quality of Reproductive Health Services for Youth in Asia-Pacific, Says UNFPA Report

A new report from UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, finds that more of the nearly one billion young people between 15 and 24 in the Asia and Pacific region are having sex before marriage than ever before, yet many face a dangerous dearth of information on sexual and reproductive health, and lack the critical life-skills needed to manage safe, consensual sexual relationships. Read

Global Action Called for Family Planning

The fourth International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) wrapped up on Thursday with stronger commitments, actions and funding to accelerate family planning program worldwide.  Read