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Reproductive and Maternal Health

  • “Postpartum assessment of reproductive health behaviors” , Ebert Grant from the Population Council
  • Mother Care Project in Indramayu district, West Java.
  • Qualitative Assessment of postpartum morbidities in Indramayu Regency. Pop Council.
  • Identification and development of message on the social marketing of tenanus toxoid immunication for pregnant women and young aged women at Tangerang Regency. Depkes.
  • Issues in the provision of injectable contraceptives. Pop council (1995)
  • Time and motion study of the village midwifes in 4 provinces (1995)
  • “Study of socio-cultural and health care determinants of maternal mortality in West Java”. The World Bank’s fund through the Indonesia Ministry of Health (1995-6)
  • Evaluation of the development of FP provincial IEC model in 4 provinces in Indonesia (1996)
  • Mortality study: case in Gabuswetan and Sliyed district in Indramayu, West Java. (1996)
  • “Family Planning Quality of Care Study through Rapid Evaluation Method”. Ministry of Health (MOH) and UNFPA. (1997)
  • Rapid evaluation method: study of quality of care in FP and RH services at selected SDPs Jambi and West Java. (1997)
  • “Study to monitor the distribution of USAID donated contraceptives at 14 Indonesian provinces”. USAID’s grant through the Pathfinder Fund, 1999-2000
  • “Quality Assessment Study for the Family Planning Service Delivery Expansion Support Project in Indonesia (West Java, East Java, North Sumatra, South Kalimantan, and South Sulawesi)”. Pathfinder International, 1999
  • A study on Community knowledge attitude and practice for healthy mother and child campaigns in North Maluku. Depkes-World Bank
  • “Study on prevalence and psycho-sociological aspects of abortion in Indonesia”. UNFPA’s grant (2000)
  • Women’s Reproductive Health Study in Indonesia in West Java. Joint program between Central for Health Research – UI, ATMAJAYA University and University of UDAYANA.Supported by UNFPA. (2000)
  • Survey on the prevalence and causes abortion. UNFPA (2000)
  • Monitoring the distribution of USAID donated contraceptive phase 2 in South Kalimantan and West Kalimantan. USAID (1999-2000)
  • “Essential Reproductive Health Baseline Survey”. UNFPA. 2001-2002
  • Baseline survey on the implementation of essential RH. UNFPA (2002)
  • Evaluation of socialization model for RH for families and communities in West Java. Meneg PP (2002)
  • Assessment on Immunization Program in Decentralization. WHO and EPI MOH. (2002)
  • Monitoring and evaluation of reproductive health services in NAD province. UNFPA (2005)
  • Survey of adolescent behavior change of high school student in DKI Jakarta. BNP (2006)