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State of World Population 2019 Highlights

Unfinished Business: The pursuit of rights and choices FOR ALL

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Remarkable gains have been made in sexual and reproductive health and rights since 1969, when UNFPA was established. But despite progress, hundreds of millions of women today still face economic, social, institutional and other barriers that prevent them from making their own decisions about whether, when, how often and with whom to become pregnant.

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In 2018, UNFPA focused its work on supporting the Government of Indonesia to prepare the National Mid-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2020-2024. Several background papers, among others, on reproductive health/family planning, youth and adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH), gender equality, and population-related issues, were produced as input for drafting the RPJMN.

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The Government of Indonesia & UNFPA:
2018 Key Achievements

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The Government of Indonesia & UNFPA:
2017 Key Achievements

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2018 SWOP Report: The Power of Choice

Reproductive Rights and the Demographic Transition

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The Government has assigned the 2005-2025 National Long Term Development Plan (RPJMN) and the 2015-2019 National Mid-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) a guide for the government in implementing national development. This document includes the latest population data and information to be used as a basis for determining development policies.

In addition to the developing population in the future, information on demographic parameters such as age structure, birth rate, mortality rate, and life expectancy are also important for accurate development planning. These information can be calculated through population projections.

The making of the 2015-2045 Population Projection book was carried out in collaboration between Bappenas, BPS, UNFPA and through discussions involving relevant agencies such as BKKBN, the Ministry of Health, and demographic experts. 

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In disaster situations, adolescents are vulnerable but they can also be agents of change. Adolescents have dynamic, highly motivated, energetic, creative and innovative characteristics. Based on these characters, adolescents should not only be targets but they can also be utilized as partners in health crisis response. The involvement of adolescents is needed, which includes helping the affected population, assisting in data collection, distribution of aid, volunteering in evacuation etc. In particular, adolescents can support the implementation of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for adolescent reproductive health in disaster situations (MISP for adolescents).

This handbook provides a detailed guide as to how adolescents can be engaged in health crisis responses to support the implementation of the MISP for adolescents. This includes information on youth involvement, types of activities and time of implementation, experience of youth involvement from other countries, youth networks that already exist in Indonesia as potential partners as well as tools for monitoring and evaluation.

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In 2008, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia developed a programme for reproductive health (RH) services in disaster situations which was then implemented throughout Indonesia. At that time, the implementation was based on the guideline on reproductive health in disaster situations, translated from the Inter-Agency Working Group (IAWG) on Reproductive Health in Crises international guideline.

Since 2014, the guideline has been adapted to suit Indonesia’s context with the publication of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health in Crisis Situations. This MISP for RH guideline was developed based on field experiences and practices in the provision of reproductive health services in crisis situations from the tsunami that struck Aceh in 2004 until more recent disasters in 2017.

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The Government of Indonesia under the framework of the South-South and Triangular Cooperation programme, with technical assistance from UNFPA, will host a training session on "Strategic Partnerships with Muslim Religious Leaders in Family Planning", in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, from 23-28 April 2018. 

As part of the initiative, the Government of Indonesia will provide a maximum of 20 scholarships for participants from other developing countries and members of Organization of Islamic Cooperation to join this training programme. These scholarships will cover tuition fees, accommodation,  their meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) throughout the training, and airport transfer in Yogyakarta. Please be advised, however, that the sponsoring organization should be responsible for covering the air-transportation costs to Yogyakarta from their respective countries, and also a partial daily allowance for incidental expenses. 
 
To apply for the programme, interested applications need to fill out the enclosed registration form and send it to ssc.mrl.indonesia@gmail.com by 05 March, 2018. The joint committee will then select the top 20 participants to join the training programme in Yogyakarta. 
 
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