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27 April 2022

Reaching the Furthest Left Behind in Disaster Response in Sintang, Indonesia

From October to November 2021, the heavy rainy season has caused flooding in Sintang, a regency in the West Kalimantan province. This location was severely submerged in its worst flood in 58 years.... Read more

12 April 2022
Press Release

SIARAN PERS - Tim PBB di Indonesia menyambut baik pengesahan Rancangan Undang-Undang Tindak Pidana Kekerasan Seksual (RUU TPKS) oleh DPR RI

Jakarta, 12 April 2022 – Perserikatan Bangsa-bangsa (PBB) di Indonesia menyampaikan selamat kepada DPR RI serta seluruh mitra pemerintah dan masyarakat sipil yang terlibat dalam pengesahan Rancangan... Read more

10 March 2022

Involving Men and Boys in Eliminating Gender-based Violence in Lombok

“Cleaning, washing dishes are not only women’s responsibilities but also men's. We must share responsibilities,” said Abdurrahman, a 32-year-old community facilitator in Tenige Village, North Lombok... Read more

17 December 2021


THE UN JOINT STATEMENT ON THE DELAY OF THE PASSING OF THE SEXUAL VIOLENCE BILL (RUU TPKS)   We regret the decision of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPR-RI) to delay the... Read more

4 December 2021
Press Release

PRESS RELEASE - Mother’s Day 2021 Celebration Highlighted the Importance of Maternal Healthcare in Post Disaster Areas

Yogyakarta, Garut, and Mamuju 4 December 2021 – On 4 December 2021 over 500 healthcare providers nation-wide gathered in a hybrid Mother’s Day event led by the Ministry of Health (MOH) Director of... Read more

29 October 2021

Female Religious Leaders Champions of Sexual and Reproductive Health in Indonesia

Dai’yah, female Muslim leaders, are key figures in religious education in communities in Indonesia. The scope of their role and impact of their work expands beyond religious teaching, however.    Da’... Read more

29 September 2021

Teachers’ skills key to reproductive health education for students with intellectual disabilities

Tri was in the middle of facilitating an online class when she noticed her student Yanti (not her real name) looking down and clenching her fists. The 11-year-old student with intellectual... Read more

28 September 2021

Indonesian midwives resilient in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic

“Can you imagine what would happen if we could not continue to provide family planning services? How many would have failed and resulted in unwanted pregnancies?”  The question that Emi Nurjasmi,... Read more

2 July 2021
Press Release

State of World Population Report 2021: Bodily Autonomy Determines the Health and Wellbeing of the Nation

Jakarta, 2 July 2021—”We all have the right to make our own decisions about our own bodies. However, not all of us can claim that right.  Many people, especially women and girls, experience... Read more

25 June 2021
Press Release

2021 National Family Day: Preventing Maternal Mortality and Stunting with Family Planning

Jakarta, 25 June 2021 – “Family planning is the first pillar of safe motherhood that plays a critical role in decreasing the risk of maternal death, and shaping a quality generation,” Minister of... Read more