With a strong track record in family planning and engagement of national leaders, Indonesia shows promise in meeting its Family Planning 2020 commitments and national goals. But it also faces a significant challenge: fostering that engagement at lower levels of government. Due to decentralization and devolution of government authority, many budgeting and programmatic decisions are made by decisionmakers in more than 500 districts and municipalities.
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Case Study: Indonesian Advocacy Working Groups Revitalize Family Planning Efforts at the District Level
Publication Year: 2015
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