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In 2014, UNFPA Indonesia attained results that solidified our role as a leader on population and development. Several substantive research publications were released and UNFPA continued to ensure that research was used for the development and implementation of evidence-based policies and programmes that led to real action on the ground.

Working closely with the Government of Indonesia, UNFPA continued to strive to reduce inequality and secure the rights of the most marginalized people in society, in particular women and young people.

As the agency approaches the end of its Eighth Country Programme (2011-2015), the foundational activities conducting in the early years of the programme translated to concrete action in 2014.