Quality of services key to reducing maternal mortality in Indonesia
In Garut, pregnant women can access health services relatively easily. Yet, the number of maternal deaths is the third highest in West Java, the province with the highest population and highest burden of maternal deaths in Indonesia.
Inspirations and Challenges Why Social Workers in Indonesia are Dedicated to Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Response
Through the Women at the Center (WAC) program, also known as the “Perempuan Indonesia Hidup Tanpa Kekerasan/Indonesian Women Live Free from Violence (PIHAK)” in Indonesian, UNFPA partners with Takeda Pharmaceuticals to invest in capacity building and professionalize the social service workforce for GBV responders to provide immediate skilled support for all women and girls, including those most marginalized.
Berani 2 Programme Launching
Press Release
Every woman and girl has the right to health, to make their own choices about their future, and to live free from violence and discrimination. To ensure the fulfillment of these rights, the Government of Indonesia, UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women, with support from Global Affairs Canada (GAC), launched Phase II of the “Better Reproductive Health and Rights for All in Indonesia” (BERANI II) program in Jakarta today (25/01...

Requests for Proposals

UNFPA/IDN/RFQ/24/003 - Assessment of the curriculum and implementation of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in Indonesia

30 April 2024
    The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), an international development agency, hereby solicits a quotation for...