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14 October 2011
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Roundtable Discussion on Population Dynamics and Climate Change in Indonesia

The issue of population dynamics and its correlation with climate change has been recognized by UNFPA as one of the emerging issue in the context of its Population & Development programme.... Read more

14 October 2011
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Workshop: National Consultation on Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality and Improved Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Workshop: National Consultation on Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality and Improved Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Jakarta: On Friday, Sept 16, 2011, located at Park Hotel Jakarta... Read more

22 November 2010
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Online competition to support ending violence against women

  ***Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa di Indonesia mengadakan kompetisi 'Dimulai dari saya!’, sebuah kompetisi online untuk mendukung peluncuran UN Secretary General's global campaign on Unite to End... Read more

15 November 2010
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Press release: UNFPA assists pregnant women displaced by Indonesian volcano

Tens of thousands of pregnant women are among the 320,000 people uprooted by two recent eruptions of Mount Merapi in Central Java, Indonesia. To protect their health, UNFPA, the United Nations... Read more

2 September 2010
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Enlisting Shadow Puppets as Agents of Change in Indonesia

    Dalang, or puppeteer, the person behind wayangs' messages For five hours on a balmy and moonlit Saturday night a packed audience was mesmerized as shadows of filigreed wayang... Read more

6 July 2010
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One million female condoms for 2010

Since 2005, UNFPA has launched the Global Condom Initiative which works in 72 countries to increase both the demand for, and the supply of, condoms at the national level. In carrying out this... Read more

22 June 2009
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Public debate of the Indonesia Medium–term Plan 2010-2014: Population and Family Planning Issues

(From left): UNFPA Representative Dr. Zahidul Huque, Head of BKKBN Dr. Sugiri Syarief and Chairperson of Demographic Institute-University of Indonesia Dr. Sonny Harmadi. Jakarta,... Read more

7 May 2009
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Women's and rights activitists to continuously work to end sunat perempuan

"Female circumcision or sunat perempuan tradition reflect gender inequality that is often influenced by culture, political and social values and so it’s very difficult to eliminate,” said Ms.... Read more

25 January 2006
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Ibu Epon weaves fancy objects and economic empowerment for women in remote Sukarindik village of Tasikmalaya

West Java, INDONESIA - Using plants available abundantly in Tasikmalaya district and generation-old, traditional weaving skills, Ibu Epon (63) has been making fancy handycraft and at the same time... Read more

5 January 2006
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UNFPA Supports MTV Staying Alive Campaign 2006

Youth makes up about 30 percent of the Indonesian population. The 1997 economic crisis exposed local youth to greater challenges that led to increased number of school drop out, unemployment,... Read more

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