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					             United Nations                                                     DP/FPA/CPD/IDN/8
             Executive Board of the                                   Distr.: General
             United Nations Development                               7 February 2011
             Programme and of the
             United Nations Population Fund
                                                                      Original: English




                              UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND


                         Final country programme document for Indonesia


Proposed indicative UNFPA assistance:               $29 million: $25 million from regular resources and
                                                    $4 million through co-financing modalities and/or
                                                    other, including regular, resources

Programme period:                                   Five years (2011-2015)

Cycle of assistance:                                Eighth

Category per decision 2007/42:                      B


Proposed indicative assistance by core programme area (in millions of $):



                                                 Regular resources      Other      Total
     Reproductive health and rights                     12                2         14
     Population and development                          6                1          7
     Gender equality                                     6                1          7
     Programme coordination and assistance               1                -          1
     Total                                              25                4         29
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I.    Situation analysis                                        attend 74.9 per cent of births, although there are
                                                                large disparities among provinces. This calls for
1. Indonesia, the world’s fourth-most populous                  improvements in the quality of prenatal and
country, has a population of 238 million, according             delivery services, and increased access to high-
to the 2010 census. The population, which is                    quality emergency obstetric care. The infant
growing at an annual rate of 1.2 per cent, is                   mortality rate is 34 deaths per 1,000 live births.
projected to reach 248 million in 2015. Nearly 45
per cent of the population lives in urban areas.                5. About 14 per cent of the population lives
Average life expectancy increased from 65.4 years               below the national poverty line, and 49 per cent of
in 2000 to 70.9 years in 2010. One third of the                 the population lives on less than $2 per day (2007
population is younger than 15.                                  Millennium Development Goals report). Poverty
                                                                levels vary significantly from region to region. In
2. Indonesia halved its fertility rate during the               2001, the Government initiated a decentralization
last 30 years. According to the demographic and                 policy. However, the benefits of decentralization
health survey, the total fertility rate was 2.3                 are uneven, because of limited subnational-level
children per woman in 2007, but varies from 1.5 to              capacity in analysing data and using evidence to
3.7 in different parts of the country. The                      develop policies and plans and manage
contraceptive prevalence rate for modern methods                programmes.
is 57 per cent (primarily injectables and oral
contraceptives). The contraceptive prevalence rate              6. National policies and programmes have not
ranges from 28 per cent to 70 per cent in various               fully addressed the needs of young people, who
provinces.                                                      account for 28 per cent of the population. Access to
                                                                adolescent sexual and reproductive health services
3.    The method mix is limited, as is the                      is limited. Girls under 20 account for 15 per cent of
availability of intrauterine devices and sterilization.         unsafe abortions.
The unmet need for family planning is 9 per cent.
Indonesia now has improved contraceptive                        7. The HIV prevalence rate among young people
commodity security, including universal access to               has increased rapidly due to increasing drug use
male and female condoms; this will provide dual                 and unprotected sex. HIV is concentrated among
protection against unplanned pregnancies and HIV                high-risk groups. The prevalence rate among the
infection. An effort to revitalize the national family          adult population is 0.2 per cent, except in Papua,
planning programme is under way. Public-sector                  where it is 2 per cent (Ministry of Health, 2009).
health-care expenditure remains low, at 2.8 per cent
of gross domestic product, and out-of-pocket                    8. Gender gaps exist in higher education, health,
expenditure for health is high, at 50 per cent.                 employment and politics. Reducing gender
                                                                inequalities and promoting the empowerment of
4. Indonesia has achieved many of the goals of                  women are challenges. Data is scarce, and there is a
the Programme of Action of the International                    need to strengthen national and subnational
Conference on Population and Development                        monitoring of gender-related policies and
(ICPD), and is expected to achieve most of the                  programmes. Levels of violence against women are
Millennium Development Goals by 2015. The                       high, and government efforts to prevent gender-
maternal mortality ratio is high, at 228 deaths per             based violence have been set back by capacity
100,000 live births (2007 Indonesian Demographic                limitations. Government efforts are under way to
and Health Survey)1. Skilled health providers                   register all marriages to protect women from
                                                                indiscriminate divorce and the loss of family assets.
1Based on United Nations estimates, the 2008 maternal
                                                                9. The Government and its development partners
mortality ratio for Indonesia was 240 deaths per 100,000 live
births.                                                         signed the Jakarta Commitment in January 2009 to


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implement the Paris Declaration on Aid                    support population, reproductive health, family
Effectiveness and the Accra Agenda for Action.            planning, and gender-related programmes through
The Government has requested international                advocacy activities with Parliament; and (k)
partners to support: (a) national and local capacity      establishing partnerships with religious leaders to
development; (b) increased use of national systems;       support     reproductive   health    and    gender
(c) South-South cooperation, innovations and best         programmes.
practices; (d) a shift in resources from projects to a
programme-based approach; and (e) engagement in           12. The        seventh       country     programme
policy dialogue based on national ownership of            demonstrated the need to place greater focus on
development efforts.                                      critical areas that would contribute to the
                                                          achievement of national outcomes. Lessons learned
II.   Past cooperation and lessons learned                indicated the need to: (a) align and synchronize
                                                          country programme annual workplans with the
10. From 1972 to 1994, UNFPA country                      annual workplans of partners at local and national
programmes focused on: collecting and analysing           levels; (b) provide high-quality technical assistance
population data and supporting family planning and        on strategic policy and programme issues to local
the capacity-development of national partners. In         and national institutions; (c) upstream policy work
1995, the programme sought to help Indonesia to           at national and subnational levels and replicate
implement the ICPD Programme of Action,                   good practices from         pilot interventions; (d)
focusing on: (a) reproductive health (including           strengthen local ownership through cost-sharing
family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention); (b)             mechanisms; and (e) simplify the country
gender equality; and (c) population and                   programme operations structure.
development.
                                                          III. Proposed programme
11. The seventh country programme (2006-2010)
was approved for $25 million. Programme                   13. The Government led the development of the
achievements include: (a) establishing a national         proposed programme through a participatory
budget line and an international training                 process, in line with the United Nations Partnership
programme for reproductive health commodity               Development Framework, 2011-2015. The
security; (b) including a maternal mortality module       Framework supports the capacity of Indonesia to
in the 2010 census; (c) conducting policy research        achieve the goals of the national medium-term
to support the revitalization of family planning,         development plan. The country programme
including a re-estimation of total fertility rates; (d)   supports three United Nations Partnership
developing a standard service package for survivors       Development Framework focus areas: (a)
of gender-based violence; (e) developing a                increasing equity in access to benefits, services and
reproductive health costing module for advocacy           opportunities; (b) promoting effective participation
work at national and subnational levels; (f)              and protecting the rights of the poor and
strengthening the capacity of non-governmental            vulnerable; and (c) strengthening the national and
organizations in the areas of adolescent                  local response to climate change, threats, shocks
reproductive health and HIV, with a focus on              and disasters. The programme contributes to
community capacity; (g) introducing an integrated         achieving five of the 11 priorities and three cross-
package of essential reproductive health services in      cutting priorities of the national development plan,
21 districts; (h) integrating national adolescent         which seeks to increase access to high-quality
reproductive health guidelines into local regulations     social services and protection. The country
and school education; (i) integrating a minimum           programme assists Indonesia in attaining
initial service package in emergency situations into      Millennium Development Goals one (on
the training programme of the Ministry of Health;         eradicating extreme poverty and hunger), three (on
(j) enacting four national and 21 local regulations to    promoting gender equality and empowering


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women), five (on improving maternal health) and        health services, including services to prevent HIV
seven (on ensuring environmental sustainability)       and help people to realize their sexual and
and responds to the ICPD Programme of Action.          reproductive rights.

14. The programme is in accordance with the            17. Output 1: Improved national and subnational
United Nations principle of ‘delivering as one’, and   institutional capacity to deliver gender-sensitive,
will work with government systems and                  high-quality sexual and reproductive health
procedures, as per the Jakarta Commitment. It          services that address maternal health, family
includes joint programmes on HIV/AIDS, gender,         planning, adolescent sexual and reproductive health
and population and development. Collaboration          and the prevention of HIV, as well as responses in
with the World Health Organization, the United         emergency situations. This output will support the
Nations Children’s Fund and the Joint United           implementation of the national road map for
Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS will follow              accelerating the reduction of maternal and neonatal
global agreements on the division of labour for        mortality and morbidity, with a focus on achieving
maternal health and HIV/AIDS. The programme is         target 5b of the Millennium Development Goals
guided by human rights-based, gender-sensitive         (on achieving, by 2015, universal access to
and culturally sensitive approaches and will           reproductive health). It will also address the need to
promote South-South cooperation and technical          prevent HIV and sexually transmitted infections,
exchanges. A humanitarian response component is        meet sexual and reproductive health needs and
mainstreamed in the new programme.                     prevent gender-based violence during emergency
                                                       situations. The programme will give special
15. Because Indonesia has achieved middle-             attention to marginalized populations, particularly
income country status, UNFPA will take a more          poor people.
strategic approach and focus on: (a) supporting
upstream policy efforts through policy analysis and    18. Activities will include: (a) policy and
advice; (b) providing technical assistance to          advocacy work to develop draft government
develop national capacity; (c) addressing              regulations aligned with the law on health and the
geographical disparities by targeting vulnerable       law on population and family development; (b)
regions where local capacity and public services       sociocultural research on maternal health, family
are more limited compared to other regions; (d)        planning, HIV and young people; (c) strengthening
ensuring the sustainability of programme impacts       the capacity of health systems to support sexual
through cost-sharing; and (e) promoting South-         and reproductive health services, including those
South and North-South cooperation. The capacity        on gender-based violence; (d) strengthening the
development strategy will adopt an integrated          institutional and technical capacity of government
approach to organizational development for key         and non-governmental organizations in managing
ministries and local governments in selected           sexual and reproductive health programmes in the
districts. UNFPA and the Government will support       decentralized health system, including the family
United Nations joint programmes in several             planning programme and the HIV prevention
priority provinces. Recommendations of two             programme for groups that are most at risk; (e)
independent reviews (on the management of the          community participation in fulfilling the unmet
seventh country programme and the revitalization       need for family planning and services to prevent
of the national family planning programme) will        gender-based violence and HIV; (f) advocating
endorse the above strategies.                          sexual and reproductive health education in schools
                                                       and piloting adolescent-friendly health services;
Reproductive health and rights component               and (g) strengthening national capacity to prepare
                                                       for and respond to sexual and reproductive health
16. The outcome of this component is: improved         issues, including gender-based violence in
access to high-quality sexual and reproductive         emergencies.


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Population and development component                 (c) piloting rehabilitation interventions for the
                                                     perpetrators of gender-based violence in selected
19. The outcome of this component is: data on        areas; (d) implementing a monitoring system
population and development, gender equality,         on the Convention on the Elimination of All
young people, sexual and reproductive health         Forms of Discrimination against Women in
and HIV/AIDS are available and used to               selected provincial women’s empowerment
support population and development policies          offices and non-governmental organizations; (e)
and programmes at national and subnational           developing and implementing training modules
levels.                                              on preventing and responding to gender-based
                                                     violence, to be integrated into training centres for
                                                     law enforcers, health workers and social workers;
20. Output 1: Strengthened capacity of               (f) developing and implementing behaviour
national and subnational institutions to analyse     change communication interventions in selected
and use data on population and development           districts with a high incidence of harmful
and on the Millennium Development Goals and          traditional practices; and (g) undertaking
ICPD-related issues for policy formulation.          advocacy activities to amend laws and by-laws
This will be achieved by: (a) developing the         that conflict with internationally agreed human
capacity to integrate population, reproductive       rights principles.
health and gender into the national development
plan through high-quality technical assistance       IV. Programme management, monitoring
and South-South cooperation; (b) supporting          and evaluation
the secondary analysis of the 2010 population
and housing census, annual panel and                 23. The National Development Planning Agency
household surveys, the demographic and health        will coordinate the country programme.
survey, and integrated management information        Implementing partners will include the Ministry of
systems;    (c)    promoting     research    and     Health, the national statistics office (Badan Pusat
knowledge-sharing      on      population    and     Statistik), the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment
development issues; and (d) developing the           and Child Protection, the National AIDS
capacity of selected district governments to use     Commission, the National Family Planning
disaggregated health data for gender-responsive      Coordination Board, the Indonesian Forum of
plans and budgets.                                   Parliamentarians on Population and Development,
                                                     universities and civil society organizations.
Gender equality component
                                                     24. UNFPA and the Government will develop a
21. The outcome of this component is: the            country programme action plan to define
prevention of and responses to gender-based          interventions, a monitoring and evaluation plan and
violence are expanded through improved               a resource-mobilization plan.
policies and social protection systems that are
aligned with the Convention on the Elimination       25. Professional and support staff of the UNFPA
of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.        country office will manage the programme.
                                                     National and international experts and institutions
22. Output 1: Strengthened national and
                                                     will provide technical assistance. The Asia and the
subnational capacity to prevent, respond to and
monitor gender-based violence, including in          Pacific regional office and UNFPA headquarters
emergency situations. This output will be achieved   will provide additional technical and management
by: (a) providing training on the provision of       support. UNFPA will have three joint sub-offices
services for survivors of gender-based violence      with other United Nations organizations in Aceh,
and human trafficking, including training on         Nusa Tenggara Timur and Papua provinces.
reporting and referral mechanisms; (b) piloting
a community watch model in selected villages;


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                                                        RESULTS AND RESOURCES FRAMEWORK FOR INDONESIA




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    National priority: health development is focused on a preventive approach, not only a curative one
    United Nations Partnership Development Framework focus area: (a) increasing equity in access to benefits, services and opportunities; and (b) strengthening national
    and local response to climate change, threats, shocks and disasters

    Programme       Country programme outcomes,           Country programme outputs, indicators, baselines and targets             Partners                  Indicative
    component       indicators, baselines and targets                                                                                                        resources by
                                                                                                                                                             programme
                                                                                                                                                             component
    Reproductive    Outcome:                              Output 1:                                                                Indonesian Forum of       $14 million
    health and      Improved access to high-quality       Improved national and subnational institutional capacity to deliver      Parliamentarians on       ($12 million
    rights          sexual and reproductive health        gender-sensitive, high-quality sexual and reproductive health services                             from regular
                                                                                                                                   Population and
                    services, including services to       that address maternal health, family planning, adolescent sexual and                               resources
                    prevent HIV and help people to        reproductive health and the prevention of HIV, as well as responses in   Development;              and $2 million
                    realize their sexual and              emergency situations                                                     Ministry of Health;       from other
                    reproductive rights                   Output indicators:                                                       Ministry of National      resources)
                    Outcome indicators:                    Number of districts implementing a comprehensive sexual and            Education;
                     Maternal mortality ratio               reproductive health programme aligned with health law number          Ministry of Women’s
                     Unmet need for family planning         36/2009                                                               Empowerment and
                     Age-specific fertility rate          Number of districts implementing a comprehensive population and        Child Protection;
                       among those aged 15 to 19             family planning programme aligned with the law on population          National AIDS
                     Percentage of young people             dynamics and family development, number 52/2009                       Commission; National
                       with accurate knowledge about       Minimum initial service package for reproductive health and gender     Family Planning
                       how to prevent HIV                    in emergency situations is integrated into existing national and      Coordinating Board;
                                                             regional health emergency preparedness and response plan              Selected district
                                                                                                                                   authorities;
                                                                                                                                   non-governmental
                                                                                                                                   organizations

    National priority: (a) the consolidation of improved government management through integrated performance, integrity, accountability, compliance with relevant laws, and
    transparency; and (b) improvement of the quality of public services supported by efficient central and regional government structures, improved capacity of government
    employees and accurate population data
    United Nations Partnership Development Framework focus area: promoting effective participation and protecting the rights of the poor and vulnerable
    Population       Outcome:                              Output 1:                                                                  Ministry of Health;       $7 million
    and              Data on population and development, Strengthened capacity of national and subnational institutions to            Ministry of Women’s       ($6 million
    development      gender equality, young people, sexual analyse and use data on population and development and on the              Empowerment and           from regular
                     and reproductive health and           Millennium Development Goals and ICPD-related issues for policy            Child Protection;         resources and
                     HIV/AIDS are available and used to    formulation                                                                National Family           $1 million
                     support population and development    Output indicators:                                                                                   from other
                                                                                                                                      Planning Coordinating
                     policies and programmes at national    Number of population study centres capable of undertaking                                          resources)
                     and subnational levels                                                                                           Board; National
                                                              population analysis based on the result of 2010 census and other
                                                              related surveys                                                         Planning Board;
                                                                                                                                      National Statistics
                                                                                                                                      Office (Badan Pusat
                                                                                                                                      Statistik);
                    Outcome indicators:                  Number of studies utilized to support policy development in line      population study
                     Population projection for the       with the ICPD Programme of Action and the Millennium                  centres
                      period 2010-2020 is available       Development Goals
                     Data for planning, evaluation
                      and analysis for achieving the
                      Millennium Development Goals
                      are available


    National priority (national medium-term development plan, 2010-2014): developing policies and guidelines for the implementation of gender mainstreaming by
    agencies, including measures to protect women and children against all forms of violence
    United Nations Partnership Development Framework focus area: promoting effective participation by and protecting the rights of the poor and vulnerable
    Gender           Outcome:                            Output 1:                                                             Ministry of Women’s       $7 million
    equality         The prevention of and responses to Strengthened national and subnational capacity to prevent, respond to  Empowerment and           ($6 million
                     gender-based violence are           and monitor gender-based violence, including in emergency situations  Child Protection;         from regular
                     expanded through improved           Output indicators:                                                    National Commission       resources and
                     policies and social protection       Numbers of districts implementing services that meet the minimum    on Violence Against       $1 million
                     systems that are aligned with the      standards for services addressing violence against women and       Women                     from other
                     Convention on the Elimination of       children                                                                                     resources)
                     All Forms of Discrimination          Number of provinces that develop and implement a monitoring         Indonesian working
                     against Women                          system for the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of       groups on the             Total for
                     Outcome indicator:                     Discrimination against Women                                       Convention on the         programme
                      Number of victims of gender-       Number of central- and provincial-level training centres that       Elimination of All        coordination
                        based violence who are              integrate the prevention of and responses to gender-based violence Forms of                  and assistance:
                        accessing services                  into their training curriculum                                     Discrimination against    $1 million
                                                                                                                               Women                     from regular
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