Investing in young people the top focus for tomorrow’s Youthnesian 2014 event in Jakarta

Jakarta, 9 August 2014 - The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Indonesia and the Ford Foundation are proud to be hosting Youthnesian 2014 tomorrow (9 August) at Balai Kartini in Jakarta Selatan, an innovative and free event focusing on the empowerment of youth. Read

Bridging the gap between young people and the decision-making process: Youth Talks on ‘Investing in Young People’ at @america in Jakarta

On Wednesday 23 July, over 200 people from across the Government, UN inter-agency networks, universities, youth-led organisations and other advocacy groups gathered together at @america in Jakarta’s Pacific Place as part of celebrations for this year’s World Population Day theme, ‘Investing in Young People’. Read

UNFPA and Angsamerah Foundation Launches Reproductive Health Services for Youth in Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta, 15th July 2014 – In commemoration of the World Population Day 2014, United Nations Population Funds (UNFPA) partnering with Yayasan Anak Bangsa Merajut Harapan (Angsamerah Foundation) launches a pilot program entitled UNALA (meaning your ability to make decision) health service today (15/07) in Yogyakarta. Read

Youth in Focus at World Population Day Celebrations in Jakarta

Indonesia’s young people became the focus of this year’s World Population Day celebrations in Jakarta. UNFPA Indonesia marked the event by launching two publications related to young people, and holding a seminar to encourage discussion by and about youth and the issues that matter to them. Read

Press Release of World Population Day 2014: Seizing Opportunities of Young People in Indonesia

Jakarta, 14th July 2014 – Young people in Indonesia and around the world are a major resource for development, able to act as key agents for social change, economic development and technological innovation.  Read

The United Nations Secretary General - Message of World Population Day 2014

The world today has its largest generation of youth in history – 1.8 billion young people, mostly in developing countries – with enormous potential to help tackle the major challenges facing humanity.  Read

Message for World Population Day 2014

Today’s 1.8 billion young people are a powerful force, individually and collectively. They are shaping social and economic realities, challenging norms and values and building the foundation of the world’s future.  Read

Statement on the International Day of Families

Twenty years ago, at the Cairo International Conference on Population and Development, the world community recognized that families, in their various forms, should be strengthened and enjoy comprehensive protection and support. Read

Indonesia: The ICPD+20 and the Unfinished Agenda

Jakarta, 1 April 2014 – Despite notable achievements in meeting goals from the Programme of Action ofthe International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), Indonesia still faces challenges on several issues regarding sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Read

UNFPA Focuses Assistance in Indonesia 2014-2015

Eight Project Documents and Annual Work Plans for 2014-2015 were signed by UNFPA, the United Nations Populations Fund, and the Government of Indonesia on 10 February 2014.