Technical Assistance in the Implementation of Research Agenda for Children


This cooperation between UNICEF Indonesia and SMERU aims to improve the government and other stakeholders’ understanding of specific child issues in Indonesia.

Digital Upskilling for Indonesia

This study aims to analyze the digital landscape in Indonesia 

M. Sulton Mawardi, M. Sulton Mawardi, Syaikhu Usman, Ruhmaniyati , Ana Rosidha Tamyis

Description & Progress

This research aims to rovide timely feedback to Bappenas in order to improve or modify the PKKPM ongoing program and its expansion. The study focused on participatory monitoring of ongoing activities of PKKPM (real-time observation), and monitoring of various activities that have been completed earlier (retrospective).



Athia Yumna, Athia Yumna, Sri Budiyati, Nurmala Selly Saputri, Yudi Fajar M. Wahyu, Kartawijaya , Asep Kurniawan

This study intended to provide an initial assessment on its early implementation, focusing mainly on maternal and child health (MCH) issues, in an attempt to provide policy recommendations at the national level.



Luhur Bima, Cecilia Marlina

As a follow-up to the working paper on ‘Multidimensional Child Poverty for Children Under-5 Years Old’, this study provides an update and extends the analysis of children suffering multiple deprivations. This quantitative analysis is also able to further develop an Indonesian specific Multiple Overlapping Deprivations Approach (MODA), initiated by UNICEF.

Luhur Bima, Luhur Bima, Rachma Indah Nurbani, Emmy Hermanus, Rendy Adriyan Diningrat, Sofni Indah Arifa Lubis, Cecilia Marlina, Novita Maizir, Mirza Izati

This study aims to better understand the scale and nature of poverty and exclusion affecting children in urban areas.



Muhammad Syukri, Muhammad Syukri, M. Fajar Rakhmadi, Sofni Indah Arifa Lubis, Ana Rosidha Tamyis, Cecilia Marlina, Hafiz Arfyanto, Nurmala Selly Saputri


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