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Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Indonesia

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Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Indonesia: The Unfinished Business

In 2020, E4A data was used to develop policy briefs for five Indonesian government departments, linking key findings to government priorities. Building on these briefs, Rutgers WPF Indonesia and UGM organised a series of five online policy dialogues targeted at each of the departments, aiming to refocus government attention on adolescent sexual and reproductive health amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and to make a strong case for the implementation and scale-up of CSE in Indonesia.

A brief on  Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Indonesia: The Unfinished Business was shared with the  National Population and Family Planning Bureau. You can read it in English and in Indonesian.