Hari Fitri Putjuk has over 25 years of experience in communications and advocacy for development programs. She joined the Center for Communication Programs in 1995 and, in this role, provides technical assistance to government, NGOs, faith-based organizations, professional organizations and civil society on family planning communications and advocacy. Fitri currently manages a portfolio of programs for Advance Family Planning and leads a team that advocates with local and national policymakers to increase commitments for family planning in Indonesia.
Indonesia had one of the most successful national family planning initiatives in the world until 2002, when a decentralization process threatened previous gains. Find out how progress is again being made in the fourth of a series of Gates Foundation blogs leading to World Contraception Day.