Comprehensive Reproductive Health Education to Promote Equality
Comprehensive Reproductive Health Education to Promote Equality and Welfare for Men and Women
In 2020, E4A data was used to develop policy briefs for five Indonesian government departments, linking key findings to government priorities. Through one brief, partners of the Explore4Action programme invited the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection of the Republic of Indonesia to promote and implement comprehensive reproductive health education based on a gender transformative approach. By prioritizing gender equality and teaching life skills, both genders are empowered and encouraged to strive for social justice. The full brief is available in English and Indonesian.