NFPCBNational Family Planning Coordinating Board (Indonesia)
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Beginning in 1999, however, Indonesia underwent a radical decentralisation, and in January 2004, NFPCB broke central control and delegated authority for setting policies and implementing FP programmes to the district and city governments.
Only 50% of the contraceptive supplies was provided by the NFPCB, while the other half was purchased by the local government.
The study also revealed that under decentralisation, the Bogor District policy on reproductive health (including FP) remains broadly based on the approach inherited from the old NFPCB.