Note: FP2020 uses a rolling baselines so values are recalculated each year based on the newset available data.
The Government of Indonesia has prioritized equity in mCPR among diverse groups of women, and continues making improvements in the quality of services. Since its original FP2020 commitment in 2012, Indonesia has increased domestic investments for family planning, and in 2017, it updated its commitment to allocating USD$ 1.6 billion for family planning program between 2015 and 2019. Indonesia has further integrated family planning into its national health insurance scheme, and aims to expand its reach through engaging the private sector and including postpartum and post-abortion services in the scheme. The Government of Indonesia has committed to strengthening the integrated approach for rights-based family planning programming at the sub-national level. To operationalize this, the Ministry of Health has developed the Rights-Based Family Planning Strategy and its Costed Implementation Plan (2017-2019) in coordination with BAPPENAS (Ministry of National Development Planning) and BKKBN (National Family Planning Coordination Board).
Indonesia FP2020 Commitment
Over half of Indonesia’s women of reproductive age are using contraception to plan their families, with strong political leadership and a national movement for reproductive health and family planning. This has helped improve economic growth and reduce poverty through the resulting demographic dividend. Key factors have been support from religious leaders, participation of the private sector and quality of care, and communications campaigns. The government right now provides free services to 7 of 33 provinces since 2010; but will include family planning freely throughout the country in the Universal Health-care Coverage program in 2014; and will broaden access and choice especially in poorer regions, through the strengthening of all public and private clinic services and provision of preferable long-acting and permanent methods. Indonesia is investing in South-South exchange to share experiences. The government commits to maintaining its investment in finances for family planning programs, which has increased from US $65.9 million in 2006 to US $263.7 million in 2012.
Indonesia's Announcement at the London Summit on Family Planning
Dr. Agung Laksono, Indonesia's Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare, announces his country's commitment to family planning at the London Summit on Family Planning on July 11, 2012.
Indonesia Progress Achievements Toward Indonesia's FP2020 Commitment
In October 2015, the Government of Indonesia shared an update on progress and challenges in achieving its FP2020 commitments. This update was presented at the Oct. 15-16, 2015 FP2020 Reference Group Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Indonesia: Postpartum Family Planning Action Plan
The tool aims to guide country teams of maternal, child and reproductive health policymakers, program managers and champions of family planning in systematically planning country-specific, evidence-based “PPFP Programming Strategies” that can address short interpregnancy intervals and postpartum unmet need and increase postpartum women’s access to family planning services.
Indonesia: Spotlight on Family Planning—Tracking Progress on the FP2020 Pledges
The ‘Spotlight on Family Planning’ highlights the successes and gaps in the Government of Indonesia's efforts to strive towards making family planning services available to 120 million additional women and girls by the year 2020.
Indonesia Country Action: Opportunities, Challenges, and Priorities
This document reflects the country context, opportunities, challenges, and priorities developed by FP2020 focal points for Indonesia in collaboration with the FP2020 Secretariat and other partners during the Asia Focal Point Workshop in Bali, Indonesia in January 2016.
Indonesia FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2016
In July 2016, the government of Indonesia shared the following update on progress toward achieving its Family Planning 2020 commitment during the 2015-2016 time period.
Indonesia Costed Implementation Plan 2017-2019
A Right-based Strategy for Accelerating Access to integrated Family Planning and Reproductive Health Service to Achieve Indonesia’s Development Goals
Indonesia Actions for Acceleration 2017
Indonesia FP2020 Revitalized Commitment 2017
The Government of Indonesia updated its commitment at the Family Planning Summit in London, UK on July 11, 2017.
Family Planning Summit 2017: Indonesia Reaffirms FP2020 Commitment
Government of Indonesia's Family Planning 2020 commitment delivered by Anung Sugihantono at the Family Planning Summit in London, UK on July 11, 2017
Indonesia FP2020 Commitment Self-Reporting Questionnaire 2018
Large-Scale Initiative Linked to Reductions in Maternal and Newborn Deaths
The $55-million initiative, known as Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival (EMAS), was sponsored by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) from 2011 to 2017 and supported the Indonesian Ministry of Health’s efforts to improve the quality of emergency obstetric and newborn care and referrals in that country.
The data displayed on this page is courtesy of the Track20 Project. Implemented by Avenir Health, Track20 monitors progress towards achieving the goals of the global FP2020 initiative.
source : pDHS 2015
FP2020 uses a suite of quantitative metrics—Core Indicators—to monitor progress annually across 69 focus countries. Estimates for the Core Indicators are produced annually by commitment countries through a network of country-based Track20 M&E officers housed in government institutions. For a complete analysis of Indonesia and these Core Indicators, click below.
Your quick guide to key documents and resources that together provide greater context on family planning in Indonesia