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United Nations Fund for Population

Final Evaluation of UNFPA Indonesia’s 7th Country
Programme (2006-2010)
Final Draft
Dr. Soeharsono Soemantri, Consultant, Population and
Development Strategies
Mr. Hari Sadewo, Consultant, Gender
Ms. Laura Wedeen, Consultant, Reproductive Health and Team
Leader
Report Commissioned and Edited by UNFPA, Indonesia
July, 2010

Acknowledgement
The evaluation team gratefully acknowledges the support of many people, without whom the evaluation would not have been possible. First and foremost, our sincere thanks to the many representatives of partner agencies who gave their time and shared their insights about CP7’s successes and shortcomings. We sincerely hope that this evaluation highlights key issues that will contribute to strengthening UNFPA-supported programmes in the future. We also take this opportunity to thank the Programme Managers at all levels, and particularly at provinical and district levels, who commited enormous amounts of time to facilitate meetings, provide documentaiton and share ideas during nearly three weeks of field-work. Our appreciation also goes to the office staff and drivers who ensured the team got where we needed to go, computers got repaired, and a myriad of other professional needs were met. Special thanks go to the UNFPA staff for their candid contributions, genuine openness to issues raised in this evaluation, and thoughtful comments on drafts of the report. The team specifically acknowledges the support of Bastiaan Van de Loo, UNFPA Evaluation Officer, who provided extensive documentation in flash time, and answered countless questions over the course of many months. Finally, we thank Dr. Zahidul Huque, Representative of UNFPA Indonesia for his keen attention to this evaluation process, and for the many assurances that the results of this evaluation would indeed be used to inform future UNFPA programming in Indonesia.

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Table of Contents
Introduction

1

Evaluation Overview

3

Country Context

7

Findings, Conclusions, Recommendations

10

Reproductive Health (Outcome 1)

11

Reproductive Health (Outcome 2)

15

Reproductive Health (Outcome 3)

18

Population and Development Strategies (Outcome 4)

26

Gender (Outcome 5)

40

Cross-Cutting Conclusions, Recommendations

51

Annexes

57

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List of Tables
Table 1

CP7 Financial Commitments

Table 2

Name of provinces and districts for PDS programme evaluation field visits

Table 3

Percentage of target achievement of planned indicators incorporated within DDA by province in 2009

Table 4

Percentage of target achievement of planned indicators incorporated within DDA by district in 2009

Table 5

Targeted and Included disaggregated indicators in DDA (NTT In Figures) 2009

Table 6

Analysis and verification on disaggregated sector data to be included in DDA 2009, Tasikmalaya

Table 7

Training achievement for planners and policy makers by 2009

Table 8

Number of provinces/districts by date of DBF establishment

Table 9
Table 10

Overview on GBV Indicator 1: Three Service Points in 18 Priority Sub Districts
Overview of psychosocial and shelter services provided in CP areas

Table 11

Number of GBV Victims Supported in through Different Providers

List of Figures
Figure
1
Figure
2

Geographical Focus of Country Programme 7

Figure
3

Interrelationship of the three sub-components of PDS: DBF,
Trainings and DDA

Figure
4

PDS towards a District Information System

Final Country Program 7 Evaluation Framework

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Abbreviations
ARH

Adolescent Reproductive Health

AWP

Annual Work Plans

Bappeda

Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Daerah/Regional
Development Planning Agency

Bappenas

Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional/The
National Development Planning Agency

BKKBN

Badan Koordinasi Keluarga Berencana Nasional/.
National Population and Family Planning Board...
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