On 13 May 1968, family planning was officially recognized as a human right at the International Conference on Human Rights. The conference’s outcome document, known as the Teheran Proclamation, stated unequivocally: “Parents have a basic human right to determine freely and responsibly the number and spacing of their children.” But 50 years later, the fight for family planning is not over.


Leaving no one behind: Let us commit to ending fistula now.


Leaving no one behind: Let us commit to ending fistula now

Indonesian South South and Triangular Cooperation Programme on reproductive health, family planning, gender and population issues. Collaboration of UNFPA Indonesia, BKKBN, Ministry of State Secretariat and Center of Excellent on Comprehensive, Rights-Based Family Planning UGM.

P4P - Partners for Prevention of violence against women


Worlds Apart : Reproductive Health and Rights in an age of Inequality


Empowering Youth, Developing Nations through Increasing the Age of Marriage


2017 International Youth Day : Young people are drivers for change


Videographic of Comprehensive HIV Prevention of Sexual Transmission Paripurna or PMTS Paripurna


Indonesia is known as a 'disaster hypermarket' because all types of disasters can be found here. In times of disaster there are an increased risk of maternal and neonatal health, sexual violence, Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) and HIV/AIDS transmission, All of these problems can be addressed by integrating a Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health. This advocacy video was produced by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia in collaboration with UNFPA.