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The ongoing JAMPERSAL program would require continuous reviews to assess the possible challenges in improving the health of women and children. In relation to the upcoming National Health Insurance scheme for Indonesia in early 2014, other areas that need to be explored is the district readiness in terms of health system supply side and in managing the national insurance system. The review aims to assess the aspects of improvement in order to ensure the success of any health financial protection scheme in Indonesia.
Full review

The report contains information on Indonesia’s population projections for the period 2010-2035 with various types of variables, including projections on the number of people in productive-age groups and other information.  

Full review

The PEDUM is a document that guides the operationalization of programme implementation. It should be acknowledged that as modalities and policies change, this document should also reflect these changes in the form of revisions. The purpose of the revised PEDUM is to provide key officials, programme and project management staff with a quick and accessible reference to ensure that UNFPA-supported programmes are implemented in an efficient and agreed upon manner, and to serve as an instrument of ensuring accountability and facilitating the smooth performance and uniform application of programme activities among Implementing Partners.

Full review
The National Action Plan for Family Planning Services for 2014-2015 is prepared in order to provide direction and foundation for the development of a wide range of efforts aimed at the strengthening of providers or organizers and users of family planning services. The National Action Plan is prepared in line with the Action Plan for the Acceleration inReduction of Maternal Mortality Rate in Indonesia.The action plan is expected to strengthen the cooperation across programs and across sectors in support of family planning services. Furthermore, the National Action Plan is expected to accelerate the achievement of the targets of MDGs, namely the reduction in MMR and the provision of universal access to reproductive health services.
Full review

This report provides an overview of the demographic data of adolescent pregnancy in Indonesia. This report outlines pertinent indicators and correlates of adolescent pregnancy in Indonesia using two major data source: 2010 Indonesian Population Census and 2012 Indonesian Demographic and Health Surveys (IDHS).  

Full review

UNFPA in cooperation with the National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN), the National Council on Climate Change (DNPI), Urban and Regional Development Institute (URDI), and Semarang City Government held a workshop in Semarang with the theme Population Dynamics and Climate Change in Indonesia on October 17-18, 2013. The purpose of this workshop was to disseminate the study on urbanization, demographic change and climate change in the Semarang metropolitan region to national and local stakeholders.  

Full review

UNFPA Technical Briefing - Climate Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Semarang Metropolitan Area: a Spatial and Demographic Analysis  

Full review

BNPB in collaboration with BPS and with technical assistance from UNFPA conducted a KAP survey aimed to determine the knowledge, attitude, and practices of the people residing in coastal areas. The survey tried to capture the idea of community preparedness for disasters, especially earthquake and tsunami disasters.  

Full review

Addressing the impacts of climate change is a strategic issue that requires a comprehensive and sustainable approach. As a result of climate change, global temperatures are expected to continue to rise, resulting insea level rise and an increase in the frequency of extreme weather events such as floods, droughts, landslides andstorms. These hazards are expected to affect natural ecosystems as well as human communities through their costly impacts on basic services, infrastructure, housing, economic livelihood and health.

Full review

The theme of World Population Day 2013 is “Adolescent Pregnancy”. Globally, it is estimated that 16 million girls aged 15-19 give birth each year (World Health Organization 2011). As part of UNFPA’s review of this theme, Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, UNFPA Executive Director has highlighted that adolescent pregnancy is not simply a health issue because it is deeply rooted in fundamental rights concerns such as poverty, gender inequality, violence, child, forced marriage, power imbalances between girls and their partners, lack of education, and the failure of systems and institutions that otherwise should be protecting their rights. It is also clear that adolescent pregnancy is barrier to achieving effective development outcomes. Ultimately, the cost of adolescent pregnancy is lost potential, both for the girls and their communities. Pregnancy in young women often means they must give up goals of finishing secondary school and therefore the opportunities that would have otherwise been available to them.

Full review

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