The Government of Indonesia – UNFPA Humanitarian Intervention

  • Published on: 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.