Health Sector Review, Bappenas

On 4 April 2019 nearly 300 experts from the Government of Indonesia, academia, professional associations, civil society and development agencies gathered in Jakarta for the dissemination of the Health Sector Review (HSR) 2018 report.

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Handover Ceremony of the 2018 Health Sector Review, from Mr. Subandi, Deputy of Human Development and Social Culture and Bappenas and Ms. Debora Comini, Country Representative of UNICEF – Indonesia, 4th April 2019.
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16 April 2019

On 4 April 2019 nearly 300 experts from the Government of Indonesia, academia, professional associations, civil society and development agencies gathered in Jakarta for the dissemination of the Health Sector Review (HSR) 2018 report.

In the presence of these key stakeholders, Dr. Ir. Subandi M.Sc., Deputy of Human Development, Society and Culture, at the Indonesia Ministry of Planning [Bappenas] launched the HSR 2018 report.

UNICEF Indonesia’s Country Representative, Ms Debora Comini, made opening remarks on behalf of the development partners.

The HSR reviews progress in the health sector and makes recommendations regarding policies and programs for the coming five years and beyond. UNICEF hosted the secretariat for the review and led inputs from development partners.

The consultation process spanned 18 months – engaging 12 line ministries, 80 government institutions, professional organizations, academics, experts and resource persons. 

Under the Government of Indonesia’s stewardship, the HSR will help facilitate the country’s continued leadership towards Universal Health Coverage and the Sustainable Development Goal agenda.