This project was conducted to support ongoing activities and generate data and information for national immunization program. Working together with the Global Alliances for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), John Snow Institute (JSI) and Ministry of Health (MoH) 2019, the project's objectives are to identify the barriers to access and use of immunization among the urban poor society in South Jakarta, Central Jakarta, and South Tangerang, inform the assessment and support stakeholders’ goals of improving and maintaining high immunization coverage rates and equity and to provide additional evidence and lessons learned of urban immunization for global dialogue and decision-making that could be used to inform various priorities and planning.
This project presents information about Family Planning in more than 11 districts/cities in 2017 and 2018. Information collected in this study included socio-demographic characteristics, family planning knowledge, history of contraceptive use, decision making, map of perception on family planning, and exposure of family planning information.
This community survey has been done in Murung Raya District in Central Kalimantan Province in 2006, which aims to gather data related to the factors of community socio-demographic, maternal health, child health, nutritional status, morbidity rate, and health services capacity. A quantitative survey was employed to determine the baseline health conditions of people, in addition to qualitative assessment using interview to key informants, focus group discussion, and observation to health facilities in Murung Raya District, thus the information required was more comprehensive.
This project had a goal to assess the level of effectiveness of BCS training from the provider and the client perspective as well as its impact on the rate of sustainability of the use of contraceptive products (discontinuation rate) in the 3rd and 12th months. This assessment conducted in 6 districts in 2 provinces in 2018-2019.