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The Baseline Study explores the extent to which having birth, marriage and divorce certificates are critical to the welfare and social development of children and women in Indonesia, describes the challenges faced by citizens in obtaining a birth, marriage or divorce certificate in Indonesia, and proposes strategic policy and operational responses. The next article explores the relationship between the utilization of perinatal health services and birth certificate ownership in two Indonesian provinces. Finally, a Lancet piece discusses the barriers to birth registration in Indonesia.
The Australian Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade (JSCFADT) released a report with 33 recommendations for improving women’s health and education, and promoting women’s economic empowerment and their leadership in the Indo-Pacific region.