The main objective of the 2012 IDHS was to provide detailed information on population, family planning and health for policy makers and program managers. The 2012 IDHS was conducted in all 33 provinces in Indonesia, funded by the Government of Indonesia, carried out by Statistics Indonesia (Badan Pusat Statistikâ€”BPS), National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN) and the Ministry of Health (MOH).Learn More
PRESS RELEASE: SMSBunda is launched in two Indonesian districts, Karawang and Cirebon. This free service is to support the EMAS program, to reach more mothers and newborns to be saved. SMSBunda sends health information to mothers from the first trimester to 42 days after delivery.Learn More
In Aras Kabu, North Sumatra, Yusni, 18 years old and 34 weeks pregnant with her first child, nearly lost her life. Yusni had fallen to the ground and was seizing uncontrollably. Yusniâ€™s mother, Ibu Sakdiah, ran to the nearest Puskesmas for help, where finally the two midwives on duty saved Yusni's life.Learn More
LKBK was founded in 1912 with the goal of providing scholarships to Indonesian women who wanted to become medical doctors. LKBK is the oldest facility in Jakarta providing maternal and child health services. Their programmatic focus includes maternal health services-related service, education, training, and research; serve people who are socio-economically marginalized.Learn More
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