Every three minutes, in Indonesia, one toddler dies. In addition, every hour, one woman dies during childbirth or due to pregnancy-related causes (unicef, 2012).
“This is still a big problem because we can not reach the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which is 102 per 100 thousand births .. We are still around 305 per 100 thousand births,” said Nila Menkes when opening activities’ Action Action Continue Action Rescue Mother and Newborn Baby ‘which was held at the Ministry of Health, Jakarta, Tuesday (14/3/2017).
The infant mortality rate (IMR) is one of the things that is always targeted to decrease other than the death rate of Ibn (AKI). Various efforts are made to reduce IMR, one of them by doing immunization. Immunization is considered as the most inexpensive health investment because it has been proven to prevent and reduce the incidence of illness, disability, and death from diseases that can be prevented by immunization (PD3I).
HOPE worldwide Indonesia with Maternal and Child Health Program seeks to support the Government of Indonesia by providing health services to Pregnant Women and Children in the pockets of marginal community communities in the Jakarta area.
Currently the Maternal and Child Health Program is located at: