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17 October 2017

Inequalities in Reproductive Health and Rights are also common in Indonesia, but there is hope

Malang, 17 October 2017 Significant inequalities in reproductive health and family planning exist in Indonesia.  While the gaps have been narrowing since 2012, educated women, those from higher wealth quintiles and those residing in cities have greater access to contraceptive services than their counterparts with less education

11 October 2017

Managing Humanitarian Logistics is a Complex Issue

The accurate management of logistics and evacuation of affected groups in humanitarian settings is critical to avoid life threatening situations. This was one of the important principles discussed during a Humanitarian Logistics Training organized jointly by Ministry of Health, UNFPA Indonesia, and Australian Department of

2 October 2017

Health Plays an Important Role in the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals

Health is critical in the achievement of all Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Provision of quality health services is not only critical for the achievement of Goal No. 3 (Good Health) but also contributes to the achievement of all goals of the SDGs. Health services are very important for the three pillars of the SDGs:


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