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Koalisi Perempuan Indonesia


KPI was established in 1998 to promote gender equality and justice to support the development of a democratic and prosperous Indonesia. KPI has a national coordinating secretariat and secretariats in more than 110 cities/ regencies in Indonesia. It has around 38,000 members and reaches around 900 villages in 24 provinces. KPI advocates for poor and marginalized groups of women through laws on disability, the protection of fisher women, and the Draft Law on Gender Equality and Justice (RUU-KKG).

Through MAMPU, KPI has strengthened community organizing and women’s leadership by establishing women’s groups called Balai Perempuan. By developing women leaders and cadre in these groups, KPI have developed an initiative called PIPA-JKN (Pusat Informasi, Pengaduan dan Advokasi Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional). The Center for Information, Complaints and Advocacy for National Health Insurance Program monitors the access by women to the National Health Insurance (JKN) and other social protection programs. KPI are trialing the PIPA- JKN technique in 73 villages, and 37 districts across 8 provinces.

Jl. Siaga I No.2B
Pejaten Barat, Pasar Minggu
Jakarta Selatan, 12510 Indonesia

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