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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.
The study explores the functioning of existing community-based child protection mechanisms in two districts in Aceh, Indonesia and identifies issues that need to be addressed for improved prevention and response programming for children experiencing violence, abuse and exploitation.
This paper presents an evaluation of the long-term impact of microfinance programmes on Acehnese children during the post-tsunami recovery.
Understanding Vulnerability: A Study of Situations that Affect Family Separation and the Lives of Children In and Out of Family Care – Research in DKI Jakarta, Central Java and South Sulawesi
PUSKAPA conducted this assessment to understand situations that lead children in Indonesia to be outside of family care and to assess the living situations of these children as well as those facing vulnerabilities within family care.
This report, using information from Indonesia’s National Socioeconomic Survey (SUSENAS) and National Labor Survey (SAKERNAS), provides insights about the characteristics of child domestic workers, the push and pull factors that create their working conditions, information about their working situations, and profiles of their employers.
This article explored the arguments for and against reform of the juvenile justice system in Indonesia in the context of a new Juvenile Justice reform bill that was proposed in 2012.
The purpose of this project was to obtain a clear understanding of the current child protection information system in Indonesia.
This evaluation is of a USAID-funded community mental health program for women and children in Aceh, Indonesia following the 2004 tsunami.
Children and the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami: An Evaluation of UNICEF’s Response in Indonesia (2005-2008)
Three years after the tsunami, UNICEF commissioned an evaluation of the impact of the response for children in Indonesia. This report lays out the methodology, results, and recommendations from the evaluation.