Yayasan Cipta in Indonesia is working in partnership with Population Action International (PAI), and Samasha to adapt, implement and scale up the Motion Tracker. The Motion Tracker was developed by Samasha to effectively translate global commitments into local action by fostering partner participation and engagement to realize these global commitments. The Motion Tracker currently is used to track FP2020 commitments in Indonesia. Yayasan Cipta is serving as a neutral convener, bringing together CSOs implementing family planning programs and will galvanize efforts of other stakeholders towards using the Motion tracker in Indonesia.
The Motion Tracker is a customized, dynamic framework for strengthening accountability and driving action by keeping commitments visible, highlighting progress and fostering partner participation, engagement and ownership to address bottlenecks.
The Government of Indonesia has prioritized equity in mCPR among diverse groups of women, and continues making improvements in the quality of services. Since its original FP2020 commitment in 2012, Indonesia has increased domestic investments for family planning, and in 2017, it updated its commitment to allocating USD$ 1.6 billion for family planning program between 2015 and 2019. Indonesia has further integrated family planning into its national health insurance scheme, and aims to expand its reach through engaging the private sector and including postpartum and post-abortion services in the scheme. The Government of Indonesia has committed to strengthening the integrated approach for rights-based family planning programming at the sub-national level. To operationalize this, the Ministry of Health has developed the Rights-Based Family Planning Strategy and its Costed Implementation Plan (2017-2019) in coordination with BAPPENAS (Ministry of National Development Planning) and BKKBN (National Family Planning Coordination Board).
Specific objectives of the Motion Tracker are;
- to create an enabling environment to ensure that global commitments are translated into local action,
- to harness the collective power of civil society, development partners and government to address the country commitments with enhanced strategic response, and
- to create a systematic approach to realizing the global commitments made by individual countries
The Motion Tracker framework is based on a six-steps approach and ensures universal understanding of commitments through purposeful concurrent partner engagement and participation at national and sub-national level.
- Identification of commitments
- Classification of commitments
- Deconstruction of commitments
- Categorization of commitments
- Development of commitment performance indicators
- Implementation with targeted partner engagement
The first dissemination meeting was held as part of the Satellite Event in the first International Conference in Indonesia Family Planning and Reproductive Health (ICIFPRH) from 29 September – 2 October 2019 in Yogyakarta and in the FP2020 Consolidation Meeting 27 – 28 February 2020, in Bogor.
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