Structural barriers and governance factors block Indonesian getting identity documents — but there are solutions
By Wenny Wandasari, Research and Advocacy Associate, PUSKAPA
Santi Kusumaningrum, Director, Center on Child Protection and Wellbeing (Pusat Kajian & Advokasi Perlindungan & Kualitas Hidup Anak), PUSKAPA
Widi Sari, Lead for Research, Monitoring and Evaluation, PUSKAPA
This article is the second of four articles in the series on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) in Indonesia entitled “Data that Records and Protects All”.
One in four Indonesian families with children under five years old is at risk of being unable to access various basic services because they lack civil registration documents.
Among them is Bunga (not her real name), a 20-year-old mother of a two-year-old in South Sulawesi province – located on the third-most-populated island in…
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- Wednesday, June 2nd 2021