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Indonesia's commitment to family planning is rooted in its recognition that access to contraception is crucial for improving maternal and child health, reducing poverty, and promoting economic growth.

Indonesia has made significant progress in expanding access to family planning services over the past few decades. The country's family planning program was established in the 1970s, and since then, the government has implemented various initiatives to improve access to contraceptives and educate communities on family planning.

Commitments made to:


The vision of Indonesia’s family planning program by the end of 2030 is to realize voluntary and quality family planning and reproductive health(FP/RH) services, to fulfill sexual and reproductive health and rights(SRHR)through equitable and sustainable health services for all levels of society and supported by policies at national to sub‑national levels.

Indonesia Commitment Objectives

  • Ensure the realization of voluntary, quality, and comprehensive rights‑based contraceptive services according to Indonesian Law.
  • Improve the contribution of the private sector to the Family Planning/Reproductive Health Programme, including the provision of modern contraceptive services at all levels of the health system.
  • Ensure the financing for Family Planning and Reproductive Health (FP‑RH).
  • Promoting the use of evidence‑based data and indicators for monitoring and evaluation of the Family Planning program.
  • Risk mitigation on the impact of Covid‑19 and other health crises due to disaster and ensuring continuity of contraceptive availability and services.
  • Ensure the realization of adolescent reproductive health by providing information and education for prosperous future generations.
  • Maximizing the role of civil society, non‑governmental organizations, private organizations, community leaders, religious leaders, academics, and media in supporting the implementation of FP-RH programs.
  • Integration of family planning program with community nutrition program.
  • Integrating family planning services by providing information to support the prevention of HIV and STI.
  • Increase Indonesia’s role in south‑south cooperation in family planning and reproductive health
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