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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Signing Country Programme Action Plan of Government of Indonesia and UNFPA 2016-2020

Jakarta, 29 March 2016 - “The increase of the budget, however, does not correspond to the increase of health status. Stunting and maternal mortality remain a big problem in Indonesia”, said National Development Planning Minister/Chairperson of Bappenas Sofyan Djalil, during the signing of Country Programme Action Plan (CPAP) of Government of Indonesia and UNFPA 2016-2020 on Tuesday, 29 March 2016 in Jakarta.

Outlining the Priorities for the Government and UNFPA for the Next Five Years

Jakarta, 29 March 2016 – The Government of Indonesia and the United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA, signed today the new five-year plan of the agency that aims to promote reproductive health, empower youth, improve gender equality and increase the use and access to accurate data in the country. Read

Are you UNFPA's next YAP member?

UNFPA Indonesia is looking for the next batch of talented Indonesians to join their volunteer Youth Advisory Panel for the 2016-2018 period – to help collaborate, promote and strengthen youth participation and young people’s rights in line with UNFPA’s programme and activities.

Step It Up for Gender Equality

For millions of women and girls around the world, gender equality and the full enjoyment of human rights remain elusive. Read

Uncovering the Bigger Picture of Violence Against Women in Indonesia

Ruth* was in her 30s when her husband first started physically and sexually assaulting her. As the domestic abuse continued over the years, the mother-of-two tried but failed to get help.  She reported the violence to the police but they just told her to try and solve the problem with her husband.  Read