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11 November 2020
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Make Your Voice Heard through SDGs Youth Hub

One out of four Indonesian people (64.19 million out of the 267 million total population) are young people aged 16-30, according to Indonesian Youth Statistics 2019 published by BPS-Statistics... Read more

13 October 2020
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A Conversation with Dr. Suhariyanto, Indonesia’s Chief Statistician

As the BPS-Statistics Indonesia made history with the first online and combined-method population census in the country, we recently talked to Dr. Suhariyanto, the BPS Chief Statistician, online.... Read more

13 October 2020
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BPS Introduces Innovative Approach to Population Census

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted numerous plans and projects. The 2020 population census is not an exception. However, it must go on despite numerous challenges.   “We are only left with 25... Read more

30 September 2020
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Addressing Older Persons Vulnerability during the COVID-19 Pandemic

One in nine persons in the world is aged 60 years or over. This number is projected to increase to one in five persons by 2050, demonstrating that population ageing is a global phenomenon that we can... Read more

30 September 2020
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Indonesia Continues Commitment to Universal Access to Family Planning Services

Indonesia has been globally recognized as one of the pioneers in family planning for its success in slowing down the rate of population growth. In turn, it has changed social norms, empowered women,... Read more

2 September 2020
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Syahruni: A reproductive health hero in disaster response

“Umm, I don’t know… We have been provided with vitamins. As for the rest, we get it all under control so far…” Syahruni has a hard time naming the support she needs to do her job as the Coordinator... Read more

20 August 2020
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Community of Practice: a support system for young content creators

“Nothing for youth without youth” is a statement that rings true in all contexts, including in the current COVID-19 pandemic. In this time of heightened public health risks, young people as digital... Read more

10 August 2020
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Indonesia One Disaster Data ensures better coordination during humanitarian crises

“Indonesia is prone to disasters. Therefore, it is necessary to have a disaster statistics framework, which can be used as a good reference for the government as a basis for policy making related to... Read more

10 June 2020
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Reaching domestic violence survivors amid the pandemic

Jakarta, 5 June 2020 “For many women and girls, the threat looms largest where they should be safest. In their own homes. And so I make a new appeal today for peace at home — and in homes — around... Read more

10 June 2020
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Prioritizing youth needs in national COVID-19 response

Jakarta, 10 June 2020   Ninety percent of young people in Indonesia feel anxious during the COVID-19 pandemic, with social distancing measures forcing schools and workplaces to close. This is one of... Read more

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