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Saparinah Sadli, Ninuk Widyantoro and Rita Serena Kolibonso of the IRRMA National Advisory Committee for providing guidance and vision to the project.
We would also like to thank the research Focal Point Groups and their staff that participated in the IRRMA project:
We are also grateful to the consultants and resource persons who provided their expertise and support to IRRMA:
The following ARROW team members gave substantive support to the coordination and relaisation of IRRMA's project objectives:
The IRRMA Partnership had effective strategic guidance provided by the Indonesia National Advisory Committee which consisted of three prominent women's rights proponents, including Saparinah Sadli, Rita Serena Kolibonso and Ninuk Widyantoro.
In March 2006, the IRRMA partners conducted a three-day advocacy intervention in Jakarta.
At the 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health (APCRSH) that was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in November 2006, IRRMA conducted a parallel symposium where their research results were shared and during which the FPG partners had the opportunity to engage on the issue at an international level.
These IRRMA research findings are crucial because they reflect that there is a dire need to address what has emerged as a lack of appropriate policy and effective implementation towards improving the situation of women's health and rights in Indonesia.
The IRRMA National Advisory Committee (INAC) consists of a small group of academics, researchers, activists and credible individuals who supported IRRMA in formulating policy briefs, identifying key stakeholders as well as guiding strategic policy advocacy.
It also supported IRRMA through resources available from its Information and Documentation Centre, and linked Indonesian NGOs with regional NGOs in the field of women's health and rights.
IRRMA's findings have also been shared at the 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health (APCRSH) held in Kuala Lumpur in November 2005 as well as with local governments in their respective cities.
Within this context, the IRRMA studies should be regarded as a valuable contribution to understand the ongoing efforts and developments in Indonesia toward implementing ICPD.