Annual Report 2014

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


Annual Report 2013

This report showcases UNFPA's achievements for 2013 under the 8th Country Programme (CP8). Download

Training on Strategic Partnership with Muslim Religious Leader (MRL) in Family Planning

Date: 3- 8 August 2015.

Place: Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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UNFPA Indonesia Special Event for World Population Day 2015: Vulnerable Populations in Emergencies

To commemorate World Population Day 2015, UNFPA Indonesia will host a national seminar and press conference in line with this year’s theme “Vulnerable Populations in Emergencies”. The event will address how the Government of Indonesia can improve measures to reduce and prevent the vulnerability of women, girls and youth in emergency situations. Read

Strengthening Indonesia’s FP2020 Commitment

Indonesia’s FP2020 Country Committee gathered together in Jakarta for its 11th meeting on Tuesday afternoon, to discuss and share strategic issues on family planning in Indonesia. Read

Protecting the Most Vulnerable, Ensuring Reproductive Health Needs Are Not Neglected

“How far along are you?” a midwife asks a pregnant woman, making a hand gesture over her stomach.
Without saying anything, the expectant mother puts up one hand.
“Five months,” repeats the aid worker, holding up her own hand in unison.
The woman nods.

From Tsunami Victim to Midwife Hero

The morning of 26 December, 2004, started out like any other regular Sunday for Nur Asiah. The mother-of-two was up early completing her chores, washing clothes in the outside bathroom of her parent-in-law’s house in a coastal village in the district of Aceh Jaya. Read

Get Involved With Our #YouthAction Challenge for World Population Day 2015

With the theme for this year’s World Population Day on 11 July “Vulnerable Populations in Emergencies”, UNFPA Indonesia wants to showcase the voluntary efforts of young people in humanitarian settings.  Read