In Indonesia almost 59% of married women use modern contraceptives [1], and the government is strongly committed to family planning. Together, these factors have helped to improve economic growth and reduce poverty in the country of 250 million people. Despite this, family planning progress has stagnated in recent years.

AFP’s in-country partners are Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Indonesia and Yayasan Cipta Cara Padu.

They work closely at the national and subnational levels to revitalize the family planning program by increasing domestic funding for family planning and expanding the overall use of family planning, particularly long-acting and permanent methods.

View Indonesia’s Family Planning 2020 commitment.

[1] Performance Monitoring Accountability 2016/INDONESIA-R2, September 2016

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