monitoring report on the status of indonesian women’s SRHR


This publication is the result of an extraordinary commitment on the part of the women, men and young people who participated in an innovative experiment that used partnership as a strategy to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Indonesia. Inspired by the idea behind the project, the initiative was kindly supported by the Ford Foundation, Indonesia, without whom these significant achievements would not have been possible.

The Indonesian Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Monitoring and Advocacy (IRRMA) Project was an effort at using partnership to build capacities for evidencebased advocacy on SRHR. Seven critical aspects of SRHR were chosen in an initial meeting with over 40 partners, and a partnership methodology was created with one Focal Point Group (FPG) being elected within each area of interest.

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