Conducting the 14th International Inter-Ministerial Conference on Population and Development, BKKBN also collaborates with Partners in Population and Development (PPD) and United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) to formulate Yogyakarta Declaration.
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Dec. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The 14th International Inter-Ministerial Conference on Population and Development (IIMC) launched on November 28-29, 2017 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Around 250 participants from 26 countries, gathered at the event to exchange experiences in population, reproductive health and family planning. The outcome includes the Yogyakarta Declaration: Call for Action aiming to accelerate greater access to right-based family planning to achieve family welfare and family development among PPD’s member countries spreading over Asia, Africa, and Latin America regions.
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The Yogyakarta Declaration concluded key recommendations for managing population growth, family planning, and family development, including:

Improving access to adolescent reproductive health education.
Family planning in the urban and rural setting.
Recommending investment in promoting innovation such as friendly counseling centers and to enhance access to reproductive health care services, particularly for marginalized population groups.

The outcomes of the conference will be brought to the 51st Special Session of the UN’s CPD in April 2018 in New York.

Representatives of PPD’s delegations at the opening event

The 14th IIMC was hosted by the Government of Indonesia (BKKBN), in collaboration with PPD and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), under the theme "Sustainable Cities, Human Mobility, and International Migration: A South-South Perspective and Intervention Needs." Opening the event was Coordinating Ministry for Human Development & Cultural Affairs, Puan Maharani.

The Principal Secretary of BKKBN, H. Nofrijal

During the event, all delegates visited Kampong KB in Malangrejo, Ngemplak District, Yogyakarta to see how family planning programs in Indonesia are implemented. Kampong KB is a program initiated by BKKBN to develop underprivileged areas in Indonesia, ensuring them to get convenient access to health services, education, and life skills.

Kampong KB’s activity in Malangrejo

Initiated in 2016, Kampong KB aims to educate women and equip them with good parenting knowledge, foster their creative skills, and provide them with creative home crafting which leads to entrepreneurship and family welfare. The delegates also visited the Youth Information and Counseling Center (PIK-R), which allows members to attend knowledge sharing sessions about postponement of marriage, life skills, and gender equity.

PIK-R’s activities in Yogyakarta

In 15 years, family planning programs will bring about a significant increase in productive population in Indonesia. "The current dependency ratio is <50 and will decrease continuously to reach the lowest point at 47 between 2028-2031. This will be the golden opportunity to improve the quality of life for the Indonesian population," said H. Nofrijal, Principal Secretary of BKKBN.
About BKKBN:
The National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN) is a non-ministerial government board in Indonesia responsible for carrying out government duties in the field of family planning, family development, and population management. BKKBN has a vision to realize zero-growth population and optimize the quality of family life through people-centered development mainstreaming reproductive health education, as well as forming partnership network in population management, family planning and development.
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