Memahami “Semua Wanita” Indikator Program Keluaraga Berencana dalam Kontek Tren Perkawinan: Studi di Indonesia

Untuk dapat menekankan pada prinsip bahwa semua wanita dan pasangan mereka berhak atas akses kepada pelayanan keluarga berencana dan kesehatan reproduksi lainnya, banyak dari indikator “inti” FP2020 diukur untuk semua wanita usia reproduksi (WRA) dan bukan hanya wanita sudah menikah umur subur yang sebelumnya dilakukan (MWRA). Perlu dicatat beberapa indikator yang dipengaruhi oleh perubahan ini yaitu Modern Contraceptive Prevelance Rate (mCPR) dan jumlah tambahan pengguna kontrasepsi modern, dua dari “ judul utama” dari indikator inti FP2020.

Annotated Bibliography: Selected Researches on Family Planning in Indonesia 2005-2015

Indonesia is well known for the success story in promoting and implementing family planning program nationally since 1970s. Prior to the introduction of the family planning programme in the 1970s, the total fertility rate (TFR) is 5.6. Over the subsequent period, the adoption of contraception along with changes in people’s perceptions regarding the ideal number of children and ideal age for marriage caused a dramatic decline in fertility levels. During this period, the TFR declined from 5.6 in 1968 down to 2.6 births per woman in 2012, or a drop of around 50%, while the contraceptive prevalence increased from miniscule to 61.9 percent. As the family planning programme expands various studies, best practices and literatures are developed by various institutions including government institutions, research institutions, academicians, development partners and individual researchers

SURVEILLANCE TO ESTIMATE DISEASE BURDEN, COST OF CHILD CARE UTILIZATION, COST-BENEFIT AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS EVALUATIONS OF IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMS FOR ROTAVIRUS DIARRHEA IN INDONESIA: EXPANDED SURVEILLANCE

Rotavirus (RV) is one of the most common causes of acute dehydrating diarrhea in young children in developed and developing countries. In 2006, RV was estimated to cause 610,000 deaths annually in children younger than 5 years of age. For this age group, RV is also responsible for 2.4 million hospitalizations, 24 million clinic visits, and 114 million episodes of gastroenteritis requiring home care. By age 5, nearly every child will have an episode of RV gastroenteritis, 1 in 5 will visit a clinic for treatment, 1 in 65 will be hospitalized, and about 1 in 293 will die. RV mortality occurs primarily in the poorest countries where 82 percent of RV deaths occur.