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Indonesia is a country that is prone to disasters. Disasters can be caused by natural, non-natural, and social factors that can cause environmental damage, loss of property and even loss of life. If a large-scale disaster occurs, it can cause disruption of health services including reproductive health services with vulnerable groups as targets. Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) is a series of priority reproductive health activities that must be immediately implemented in the health emergency response to a health crisis in order to save lives in vulnerable groups.


This video illustrates the implementation of MISP in crisis situations during the COVID-19 pandemic. 


There are 6 main objectives, which are:

(1) To ensure the health sector/cluster identifies an organization to lead the implementation of the MISP; 

(2) To prevent sexual violence and respond to the needs of survivors; 

(3) To prevent the transmission of and reduce morbidity and mortality due to HIV and other STIs;

(4) To prevent excess maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality; 

(5) To prevent unintended pregnancies, and (6) To plan for comprehensive SRH services integrated into primary health care as soon as possible.


In Indonesia, there are two additional priorities, which are:

(1) Minimum Health Service for Under-five (under the coordination of Nutrition and Health Service Subclusters) and;

(2) Minimum Health Service for Older Persons (under the coordination of Protection and Health Clusters).