1. Developing a workplace lactation promotion model in Indonesia using Delphi technique – Archives of Public Health
- Author: archpublichealth.biomedcentral.com
- Date Submitted: 11/08/2019 06:41 PM
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- Summary: Working mothers have a higher risk to terminate breastfeeding earlier than stay-at-home mothers. Researchers reported that support from the workplace by creating lactation facilities and develop supportive programs are necessary to increase the success of exclusive breastfeeding. The aim was to achieve expert consensus on developing a workplace-based lactation promotion model. A three-round online survey using Delphi approach was conducted to reach consensus on to the development of a lactation program at a workplace. Twenty-two experts from Indonesian health authority, community medicine, child health and obstetrics were invited to join the Delphi study; 15 (68.2%) enrolled in the first round. The response rate in the second and third round was 80.0% (12/15) and 86.7% (13/15), respectively. The first round categorized the workplace-based promotion model into seven dimensions, i.e. policy and regulation, facility, education material, target participants, promotion approach, human resources, and time. In the final round, “maternity leave of 3-6 months” (median (Q1;Q3):2 (1, 4)) and “employees have the right to breast-pumping every 3 hours” (median (Q1;Q3):3 (2, 4)) ranked as the two most important indicators regarding policy and regulation. A dedicated lactation room (median (Q1;Q3):1 (1)) is the highest ranked indicator regarding facility dimension. Regarding education materials, benefits of breast milk for babies ranked as the highest indicator while for the education and delivering methods dimensions, social media and interactive counseling were two highest ranked indicators. The top management in the company and lactation counselor are the two highest-ranked indicators in human resources dimension. In the view of experts, involvement of a dedicated policy maker in the company, a workplace-based lactation counselor, regular promotion with interactive education and dedicated facilities are necessary to develop an effective workplace-based lactation promotion model.
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2. Turning Aceh into a Disaster Risk Reduction Model in Indonesia – Indonesia
- Author: reliefweb.int
- Date Submitted: 06/07/2020 02:09 AM
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- Summary: News and Press Release in English on Indonesia about Disaster Management, Earthquake and Tsunami; published on 20 Dec 2014 by UNDP
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3. Exploring Viable Energy Efficiency Business Models in Indonesia – CPI
- Author: www.climatepolicyinitiative.org
- Date Submitted: 01/06/2019 07:28 PM
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- Summary: This report identifies the challenges faced by ESCOs and suggests improvements to existing energy efficiency business models in Indonesia.
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4. Using the Three Delays Model to Examine Civil Registration Barriers in Indonesia
- Author: journals.plos.org
- Date Submitted: 12/02/2021 12:11 PM
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- Summary: The Three Delays Model has proven a useful framework for examining barriers to seeking obstetric care and preventing maternal and child mortality. This article demonstrates the applicability of the Three Delays Model to the case of civil registration in rural Indonesia and examines ways that efforts to strengthen civil registration services can draw on lessons from maternal and child health programming. Twenty focus group discussions were conducted using a participatory ranking exercise in four Indonesian districts. Focus groups were stratified into four groups: (1) government officials involved in civil registration, (2) civil society organization members that assist communities in civil registration, and (3) female and (4) male community members. Transcripts were analyzed using constant comparative method and thematic analysis, revealing barriers that communities commonly faced in accessing civil registration services. In examining the categories and themes related to these barriers, the research team found a significant overlap with the factors and phases of the Three Delays Model. Participants were delayed from seeking registration services by a range of sociocultural factors and by the perceived inaccessibility and poor quality of services. Once they decided to seek care, long distances to services and poor transportation options delayed their access to registration offices. Finally, a series of bottlenecks in service provision created extended delays once applicants reached registration offices. Ownership of civil registration documents in Indonesia remains exceptionally low, with just over half of children and youth possessing a birth certificate. To strengthen civil registration and health systems more generally, it is important to understand the factors that enable and constrain civil registration, how these factors relate to one another, and how they change over a child’s life.
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