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12/11/2018

Lack of access to basic needs, health services & protection heightens the vulnerabilities of 226,000 reproductive age women, including 20,569 pregnant women in 908 IDPs camps across Central Sulawesi. The Government of Indonesia – UNFPA launched humanitarian response in close partnership with members of the Reproductive Health and Protection of Women’s Rights Subclusters for:

  • Distribution of individual hygiene kits
  • Establishing ReproHealth clinics/tents for integrated health services, including safe pregnancy and childbirth
  • Family planning to avoid unwanted pregnancies
  • Adolescent reproductive health
  • Psychosocial support
  • Prevention & management of Gender-Based Violence
  • Establishing Women Friendly Spaces
  • Promoting data availability & utilization in emergency, reconstruction & development

Delivered in close partnership with organizations under the Reproductive Health and Protection of Women’s Rights subclusters with strong involvement of International NGOs and donor countries.

18/10/2018

In the aftermath of a disaster availability of reliable data is key for humanitarian response, to better respond to the needs of the displaced: women, men, and young people. UNFPA Indonesia helps ensure reliable data are available & used in the government-led response.

28/08/2018

Indonesia has now entered the demographic bonus era, an era where Indonesia has the opportunity to grow more rapidly. So how can we take advantage of this?

25/07/2018

The Commemoration of World Population Day 2018.

23/05/2018

Leaving no one behind: Let us commit to ending fistula now

23/05/2018

Leaving no one behind: Let us commit to ending fistula now.

16/03/2018

P4P - Partners for Prevention of violence against women

24/10/2017

Worlds Apart : Reproductive Health and Rights in an age of Inequality

05/09/2017

Empowering Youth, Developing Nations through Increasing the Age of Marriage

11/08/2017

2017 International Youth Day : Young people are drivers for change

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