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1 By Statistics Indonesia and Ministry of Health Indonesia Workshop on MDGs Monitoring 2015 and Beyond UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, 9-13 July 2012 Workshop on MDGs Monitoring 2015 and Beyond UN-ESCAP, Bangkok, 9-13 July 2012

2 Indonesia :17,504 Islands Area :1,910,931,32 km2 Administrative division : 33 provinces, 497 districts, 6598 sub districts, villages Population: 245 Million (2015) Population Growth: 1,5 % (2010 Population Census), 1,1 % I (2000 PC) Map and Profil of Indonesia

3 Metadata (1) IndonesiaInternational Proportion of women at reproductive age (15-49) with status of marriage, who are not using any methods of contraception though they want to delay the next child by spacing or limiting the child. Source: National Planning Board of Indonesia and Statistics Indonesia (2011) “Opreational Definition of MDGs Indicator” Those women who are fecund and sexually active but are not using any method of contraception, and report not wanting any more children or wanting to delay the next child. Source: Data Summary Sheet for Workshop on MDG Monitoring 2015 and beyond, Bangkok, 9-13 July “Comparing international and national data on MDG Indicator 5.6 unmet need for family planning. Indonesia”  Definition of Unmet Need for Family Planning

4 Metadata (2) Sources of Data on Unmet Need for Family Planning 1) DHS (1991, 1994, 1997, 2002, 2007) Estimation Level: National and Provincial Sampling Design: Two Stage Sampling - Primary Sampling Unit = Census Block (Group of  100 hhs) - Secondary Sampling Unit = Hh (25 hhs for each selected CB) Total household samples:  households 2) Basic Health Research (2010) Estimation : National and Provincial Sampling Design: Same as DHS Total household samples:  households

5 Calculation of Unmet Need for Family Planning Indonesia (in  )International (in  ) Numerator: “Number of women of reproductive age, with status of marriage, and not using any contraceptive methods’ minus “pregnant women of reproductive age minus “Number of women of reproductive age, with status of marriage, and wanted to have child soon. Denominator: “Number women of reproductive age, with the status of marriage. Source: National Planning Board of Indonesia and Statistics Indonesia (2011) “Opreational Definition of MDGs Indicator” Numerator: The sum of: - Number of women of reproductive age (married and in consensual union) who are pregnant or amenorrheic and whose pregnancies were unwanted or mistimed - Number of fecund women who desire either stop childbearing or postpone next birth for at least two years, or who are undecided about whether or when to have another child, and who are not using a contraceptive method. -Denominator: Number of women of reproductive age who are married or in consensual union. Source: Data Summary Sheet, Workshop on MDG Monitoring 2015, Bangkok, 9-13 July 2012.

6 Trend of Unmet Need in Indonesia DHS ( ) Target MDGs 2015 Basic Health Research (2010)

7 Unmet need 2007, DHS Disparity among provinces

8 Unmet Need 2010 Basic Health Research 8,2 Disparity among provinces

9 Unmet Need for Family Planning: Comparison of National and International Data, Sources: - DHS ( ) and Basic Health Research (2010) - Data Summary Sheet, Workshop on MDG Monitoring 2015, Bangkok 9-13 July 2012

10 10 Thank you


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