Masri Singarimbun Research Award On Reproductive Health And Policy With A Gender Perspective

26 June 2012 | admin
Project At Glance
Country Indonesia
Region -
Name of Client Ford Foundation
Address S. Widojo Center Lt.11, Jl. Jendral Sudirman 71, Jakarta 12190, Phone: 62-21-2524073, Fax: 62-21-2524078
Duration of Assignment 78 bulan
Start Date Februari 1999
Completion Date Agustus 2005
Prinsipal Investigator Prof. Dr. Muhadjir Darwin
Principal Investigator (Not on the list)
Research Team Irwan Abdullah, Dr., Prof., Sri Purwatiningsih, S.Si., M.Kes., Basilica Dyah Putranti, M.A., Ph.D (cand)
Research Team (not on the list)
Profiles of Professional Staff Provided by The Center Public Administration, Anthropologist, Social Medicine Specialist, Sociologist.

The Masri Singarimbun Research Award is a research fund, which is focused on the study of reproductive health and population policy with a gender perspective. The program is a continuation of the similar program which has been conducted by Center for Population and Policy Studies Gadjah Mada University (CPPS-GMU) in cooperation with the Ford Foundation, namely the Reproductive Health Policy, Population and Development Research Award that will last for 3.5 years or two batches a year. Each batch will address one specific theme. On this program (MSRA), the research themes are selected by expert panel, based on the consideration of the actuality and the urgency to be studied so that the expert panel is more focused to select qualified proposal with more or less similar theme. During the MSRA program, the research grant is given to the research that has the orientation on action research. It is expected that the research will give more advantage to the community to improve the quality of reproductive health of the society.

Launching the program through mass media Proposal selection by the expert panel Conducting a workshop to decide final proposal to be awarded Monitoring the research conducted by the grantees Supporting the report finalization Publishing research report