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Annual Report 2017

In 2017 UNICEF partnered with 10 government ministries, over 80 civil society organizations and 25 youth networks. Together, we reached over 35 million children, and 20,000 midwives. We worked with these partners to generate evidence, provide technical advice and build capacity to assist the Government, so that together, we can protect the rights of each and every child in Indonesia.


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Evidence for Children in Indonesia

Evidence generation - to inform policies and support achievement of results for children - is at the heart of the partnership between the Government of Indonesia and UNICEF. This new bi-annual newsletter features key publications supported by UNICEF Indonesia in the first half of 2018.


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Air Pollution: A Threat to Children’s Health in Indonesia

91% of the world’s population lives in areas where outdoor particle pollution levels are higher than guidelines established by WHO.

Read UNICEF and Vital Strategies' briefing on the threat air pollution poses to children’s health in Indonesia here.


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Children in Indonesia: An analysis of poverty, mobility and multidimensional deprivation

A unique and in-depth assessment of child poverty in Indonesia, providing estimates of monetary child poverty as well as factors influencing living standards. It examines mobility and poverty transitions and analyses multidimensional measures of child well-being. It reviews the role of social protection in tackling income insecurity, simulating the cost and impact of universal child grants.


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SDG Provincial Briefs on Children

The SDG provincial briefs on children were jointly developed by Bappenas and UNICEF for each of Indonesia’s 34 provinces. These briefs aim to support evidence-based planning and reporting on the SDGs at subnational level, with a focus on children. The briefs synthesize baseline data (from 2015) on children at province level for selected priority SDG indicators through simple data visualizations. 


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An empirical exploration of female child marriage determinants in Indonesia

This paper explores drivers of female child marriage in Indonesia, based on a secondary analysis of the 2012 Demographic Health Survey and Adolescent Reproductive Health Survey. The results find that poverty is strongly associated with high prevalence, in both rural and urban areas. Education, urban location and wealth are protective factors.


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Childhood sexual violence in Indonesia

A systematic review: This systematic review of over 500 research studies and publications finds that, despite an overall lack of quality data, childhood sexual violence is a significant problem experienced by both boys and girls at home and school settings in Indonesia. Adolescent girls are particularly at risk by partners. Girls and boys are at risk of violence in schools by peers and adults.


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Midline Study for Rural and Remote Education Initiative for Papuan Provinces

Early Grade Literacy in Tanah Papua, midline study. The main objectives of the Midline study were to collect Midline data and information in the six districts of Papua & West Papua using similar tools from the baseline study, and then analyze and compare the changes in outcomes against the key program indicators with the baseline data.


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2017: Adolescents and Their Families Perspectives

This report presents the perspectives of adolescent girls and boys on factors influencing their choices and behaviours in eating, drinking and physical activity in Klaten, Central Java and West Lombok, Nusa Tenggara Barat. 


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2016: Perspectives of People Affected by Haze from Peatland and Forest Fires "Now no fire, no haze, but also no rice for people"

This Reality Check Approach (RCA) study was carried out in September 2016. The study was intended to gather insights on the perspectives of people affected by peatland and forest fires. The findings help to shed light on current land clearing practices, risk awareness, coping strategies and accountability measures for people, in particular children, living in in haze- affected areas.


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Pollution in the Air: How pollution can affect brain development in young children

The paper includes a new analysis that reveals nearly 17 million babies under the age of one worldwide live in areas where air pollution is at least six times higher than international limits, causing them to breathe toxic air and potentially putting their brain development at risk. More than three-quarters of these young children – 12 million – live in South Asia.


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Promising Practices Final Report

The review of promising practices in adolescent programming in Indonesia provides key recommendations and a practical toolkit to identify effective strategies which can contribute towards achieving better outcomes for adolescents as they move towards adulthood.

Promising Practices Final Report

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Overview of Promising Practices in Adolescent Programming in Indonesia

The purpose of the research is to contribute towards the development of an evidence-based set of criteria for what constitutes a ‘promising practice’ in adolescent programming in Indonesia.  It is the starting point for identification of effective strategies which can contribute towards improvements in outcomes for adolescents as they move towards adulthood.

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Revealing the Truth of Marriage Dispensation

This study examines marriage dispensation requests at religious courts in three districts (Tuban, Bogor, Mamuju), in order to understand how exceptions to the 1974 Marriage Law, are processed.

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UNICEF Indonesia Annual Report for 2016

In 2016, UNICEF Indonesia officially launched its new five-year Country Programme 2016-2020. Our work focuses on supporting the Government of Indonesia and partners to help children realize their full potential. The report highlights where successful advocacy, technical and policy advice have led to policy reform at the national level. 

UNICEF Indonesia Annual Report for 2016 (pdf)



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Resources SDG Baseline Report on Children in Indonesia

Produced jointly by the Government of Indonesia and UNICEF to give an in-depth, disaggregated analysis of the 2015 baseline status of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for children in Indonesia and make this data available for informed policy planning and monitoring. Report




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SDG A Snapshot: SDGs and Children in Indonesia

This publication provides a snapshot of the current status of the eight Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets that the Government of Indonesia and UNICEF have jointly identified as the most important for children in Indonesia. Snapshot



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child poverty Children and Their Families: Perspectives and Experiences on Poverty and Social Protection

This report summarises the main findings of the Reality Check Approach (RCA) study conducted in October 2016 to gather insights into the perspectives and experiences of Indonesian children and their families about child poverty and social protection. Read



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Childhood Violence Surveys The Importance of Contextual Factors in Carrying Out Childhood Violence Surveys: a Case Study from Indonesia

Drawing off recent efforts to understand violence against children in Indonesia, this study outlines the key challenges and lessons learned. It lists several recommendations for refining and adapting research approaches for future studies. Read



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Baseline Study of Rural and Remote Education Initiative in Tanah Papua: Report of Findings

Papua and West Papua are among Indonesia’s poorest and least literate provinces. UNICEF has led an ambitious initiative to assess the challenges and opportunities for boosting low literacy rates among young learners in both provinces. Click to read more.



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Child Marriage Child Marriage in Indonesia factsheet

The new child marriage factsheet highlights SDG 5. The factsheet uses 2016 Susenas data and shows the geographical spread, impact, legal framework, and risk factors of the issue. | Fact Sheet 


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UNICEF: Palm Oil and Children in Indonesia Palm Oil and Children in Indonesia: Exploring the Sector's Impact on Children's Rights

Oil palm cultivation has been an important generator of economic growth in Indonesia in recent years, contributing to a reduction of poverty. However, the industry has also been associated with a number of adverse social and environmental impacts. Read



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Child Protection System Governance Indicators Framework: Assessment for Indonesia

Indonesia’s child protection system is developing in a highly turbulent context, including the still developing institutional structures for protection of human rights, natural and social emergencies, and the need to deliver policies in a newly decentralised setting. Read



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UNICEF Indonesia Annual Report 2015

With tremendous support from the Government of Indonesia, civil society partners and our donors, UNICEF in 2015 tackled various important problems experienced by the country's children. Read



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U-Report Indonesia on FGM U-Report Indonesia on Female Genital Mutilation

Following the release of data on FGM in Indonesia in February 2016, UNICEF sought feedback from children and young people on the findings of the report through the use of the innovative social media platform U-report. Read



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Sustainable Development begins with Children

Infographic -- Localizing the global goals (SDGs) for children in Indonesia. Open

Essay -- The future we want for Indonesia: Nawa Cita begins with children. Read

Op-ed -- Children first: Investing in children for a prosperous Indonesia. Read



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#EVERYCHILD 2030: Priority SDG Targets and Indicators for Children in Indonesia

This information note aims to provide the Government of Indonesia with an overview of the priority Global SDG targets and indicators from the perspective of children in Indonesia, and recommendations for 9 additional national SDG indicators. Read



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Policy Brief: Child Marriage in Indonesia Child Marriage in Indonesia: Past progress at a standstill

Indonesia has frequently been lauded for its two-fold decline in child marriage prevalence in the last three decades, with a current rate of 17 percent according to global estimates. Yet, this rate still represents nearly more than one in six girls marrying before reaching adulthood. Read 



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Systematic assessment of the Child Friendly City/District initiative in Indonesia

The objective of this report is to present final findings, observations and recommendations about the implementation of the CFC/D in Indonesia. Read



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PKSA 2015 Rapid Assessment of the Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA)

This report aims to deliver an updated and independent assessment on the Social Child Welfare Program (PKSA) in Indonesia in order to inform revisions to our internal guidelines. Read



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2014 Indonesia: UNICEF’s Engagement in the Decentralization Process in Indonesia

This evaluation aims to answer key questions related to UNICEF's engagement in the decentralization process in Indonesia, particularly in regards to the equitable fulfillment of child rights. Report. Part 2



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2014 Indonesia: Education Sector Response to HIV & AIDS

This evaluation, which is summative in character, aimed to offer recommendations to inform future planning to address the ongoing HIV and AIDS situation among young people through the Education Sector and Non-formal Education Sector in Papua and West Papua. Report. Part 2



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UNICEF Indonesia Annual Report 2014 UNICEF Indonesia Annual Report 2014

This Annual Report gives brief summary of UNICEF's efforts for children in Indonesia during the year 2014. Read



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Formative Evaluation: UNICEF's Child Protection System Building Approach in Indonesia

This formative evaluation is the first assessment of UNICEF’s systems building approach (SBA) in the region, designed to analyse whether and in what ways UNICEF’s child protection programme has been informed by systems thinking. Read here. 



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Lessons Learned: Disaster Risk Reduction

 Building back better: Lessons learned from the response to the Indian Ocean Tsunami in terms of long-term development, disaster risk reduction and resilience building in Aceh, Indonesia. Read here.



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Issue Brief: HIV / AIDS

Access to HIV Services for Young Key Affected Populations in Indonesia. Read here.



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Issue Brief: Child Protection

The Significance of Child Protection Systems: Key Findings from a Strategic Mapping Exercise in six provinces of Indonesia. Read here.




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The Indonesia Story (2014)
While the scope of the UNICEF programmes may have changed over time, the organization’s core mandate has not: UNICEF is in Indonesia to make every child count. Read




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UNICEF's Tsunami Response in Aceh

To read more about progresses and lessons learned from the 10 years of tsunami emergency responses, and rehabilitation and recovery efforts in Aceh, please click here.



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Annual Report 2013 UNICEF Indonesia Annual Report 2013

With tremendous support from the Government of Indonesia, civil society partners and our donors, UNICEF in 2013 tackled various important problems experienced by the country's children. Read



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Fact Sheets: Child Protection in Indonesia

This set of Fact Sheets serve as information and advocacy papers on the various subjects related to child protection in Indonesia. 

Overview |  Birth Registration | Violence Against ChildrenChildren Without Parental Care | Child Exploitation | Children In Conflict With The Law |



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Business Case: The Indonesia Story

While the scope of the UNICEF programmes may have changed over time, the organization’s core mandate has not: UNICEF is in Indonesia to make every child count. Read




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UNICEF Indonesia Annual Report 2012

Despite funding constraints that increasingly affect its operation in Indonesia, UNICEF in 2012 again achieved important results for children and women in the archipelago, particularly for those excluded from the country's strong economic growth. Read



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Addressing the Rights of Young People: Youth Policy in Papua and West Papua

This Advocacy Brief serves as information and advocacy tool on the critical subject of addressing the needs of adolescents and youth in Papua and West Papua. Read.



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SOWC 2013 - Children with Disabilities The State of the World's Children 2013 - Children with Disabilities

Each year, UNICEF’s flagship publication, The State of the World's Children, closely examines a key issue affecting children. The report includes supporting data and statistics, and this year focuses on children with disabilities. Read 



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Child Poverty and Disparity in Indonesia: Challenges for Inclusive Growth

This report deliberates the multiple dimensions of poverty and disparities faced by children in Indonesia, and advocates for poverty reduction policies and programmes that are more child-focused. Read.



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Children's Rights and Business Principles

The Children's Rights and Business Principles are the first comprehensive set of principles to guide companies on the full range of actions they can take in the workplace, marketplace and community to respect and support children's rights. Read



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Health Messages for Emergency Situation from UNICEF Indonesia Health Messages for Emergency Situation

This book can be used to educate and remind the public, especially the most vulnerable such as pregnant mother, breastfeeding mother, and children in order to stay healthy during emergency situation. Available in Bahasa Indonesia only. Read



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SMERU newsletter no.33 Dec/2012 Research Seminar on Child Education Policy in Indonesia: Towards Evidence-based Policy Development

This newsletter presents 5 articles derived from 20 policy papers that were presented and discussed in the research seminar on Child Education Policy. Read.



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UNICEF Indonesia issue briefs 2012 Issue Briefs: Indonesia 2012

This set of Issue Briefs serve as information and advocacy papers on the critical subject of attaining the MDGs for children in Indonesia. 
MDGs & Equity | Decentralisation | Education | HIV/AIDS | Maternal/Child Health | Maternal/Child Nutrition | Child Protection | Water & Sanitation



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MICS Papua and Papua Barat - Key Preliminary Findings MICS Selected Districts of Papua and Papua Barat - Key Preliminary Findings

The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) is an international household survey programme developed by UNICEF to assist countries fill data gaps for monitoring human development in general and the situation of children and women in particular. Read



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"We Like Being Taught" - A Study on Teacher Absenteeism in Papua and West Papua

This study aims to identify and analyse the various factors influencing teacher absenteeism at primary school level in Papua and West Papua, and provide policy recommendations that can promote increased levels of teacher attedance in classrooms. Read



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Countdown to 2015: Indonesia Health Data - 2012 Profile

The Countdown country profile presents the latest evidence to enable an assessment of progress in improving reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) and achieving MDGs 4 and 5. Read



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The Situation of Children and Women in Indonesia 2000-2010

This Situation Analysis for Children Report aims to analyse, and explore the available data on the trends and patterns in the major problems affecting children and women in Indonesia over the past decade (2000-2010). Read



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Indonesia Country Office Annual Report 2011

This Annual Report gives brief summary of UNICEF's efforts for children in Indonesia during the year 2011. Read



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Programme Experiences in Indonesia - Documentation Collection

A collection of good practices, lessons learned, innovations, and stories from the fields. Read



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At a glance: Indonesia

Visit 'At a glance: Indonesia' for a summary of issues, statistics and feature stories.


UNICEF Indonesia Annual Report

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