Indonesia Health Services Program Final Report, 2005-2010

Download this publicationThis final report examines the accomplishments of the Indonesia Health Services Program, which was implemented by JSI and partners between 2005 and 2010. The project improved maternal and child health services by strengthening the Indonesia health system, developing human resource capacity, engaging the private sector, and changing people's health-seeking behavior.

HSP's approach was to build on a strong, internationally recognized evidence base, adapting approaches to the reality on-the-ground in Indonesia. The program also addressed new and emerging health issues, such as avian influenza, and provided significant support after the 2004 tsumani. HSP also harnessed the commercial sector, developing public-private partnerships with companies like Johnson & Johnson to support midwifery training through the Bidan Delima program and other MNCH activities. JSI/Indonesia Health Services Program. 2010.

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