You are on page 1of 337

351.

770 212
Eng
p

INDONESIA
HEALTH PROFILE
2004

MINISTRY OF HEALTH REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA


JAKARTA
2006

Editorial Board
Advisor
Dr. H. Sjafii Ahmad, MPH
Secretary General, MOH
Chief
Dr. Doti Indrasanto
Head of Center for Data and Information, MOH
Secretary
Dra. Rahmaniar Brahim, Apt, MKes

Members
Bob Susilo, SKM, MPH
Boga Hardhana, SSi, MM
Dian Sulistiyowati, SKM
Dwiari, SKM
Fetty Ismandari, Dr
Hary Purwanto, SKM, MKes, MMSI
Machyati, SKM, MKes
Nuning Kurniasih, SSi, Apt
Sugito, SKM, MKes
Sunaryadi, SKM, MKes
Yudianto, SKM

Translator
Bob Susilo, SKM, MPH

Dewi Roro Kumbini, SPd


Iskandar Zulkarnain, SKM, MKes
Istiqomah, SS
Marlina Indah Susanti, SKM
Nuning Kurniasih, SSi, Apt

Supriyono Pangribowo, SKM

Catalogue in Publishing. Ministry of Health of RI


351.770 212
Eng
Indonesia. Ministry of Health. Center for Health Data
p
Indonesia Health Profile 2004. - - Jakarta :
Ministry of Health RI 2006
I. Title

1. HEALTH STATISTICS

This book was published by


Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia
Jalan HR Rasuna Said Blok X-5 Kav 4-9, Jakarta 12950
Phone no: 62-21-5229590, 5221432
Facsimile no: 62-21-5203874
E-mail: pusdatin@depkes.go.id
Web site: http://www.depkes.go.id

FOREWORD
The Indonesia Health Profile 2004 is a continuity of the previous profiles. It is a
realization of the accountability from The Center for Data and Information, MOH. The
Data and Information is presented based on the printed years in order to make the profile
is not considered confusing and backward.
The composition of Indonesia Health Profile 2004 is smoother than the previous
ones because the communication of Data with municipalities and provinces are getting
better, included the supports of The Data and Information Management in central unit of
Ministry of Health. In 2005, Indonesia Health Profile 2003 and English version and
also Profil Kesehatan Indonesia 2004 have been produced maximally.
The Indonesia Health Profile 2004 provides not only information of previous
profile but also important events in 2004, such as Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever (DHF)
Outbreak, earthquake in Nabire, earthquake and Tsunami in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
and North Sumatra, and the prevention of SAR, which have not been involved in the
previous profiles. However, the Indonesia Health Profile 2004 still has a limitation
because there are some data which cannot be collected, therefore we will involve them in
the next edition. In addition, this Indonesia Health Profile 2004 can be accessed through
http://www.depkes.go.id.
The Indonesia Health Profile, with its imperfectness in collecting data, is still tried
to publish faster than the previous. Hopefully, this Indonesia Health Profile 2004 will be
beneficial in filling the need of current health data and information as we are expected.
Jakarta, February 2006
Director, Center for Data and Information, MOH

Dr. Doti Indrasanto


NIP. 140 074 462

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
I gladly welcome the publishing of the Indonesia Health Profile 2004, with its
English edition. Although it is hard and has many challenges in the process of collecting
data and arranging the profile, The Center for Data and Information has succeed
collecting data in 2004 and composing it into the Indonesia Health Profile 2004.
Providing data and information timely has many obstacles, therefore complete
data and information of every program and province has not been fulfilled. Through the
publishing of the Indonesia Health Profile 2004, which is involving important events in
2004, I hope it can be useful both in evidence based decision making and as references of
data and information.
On this occasion, I would like to express my gratitude and highest appreciation to
all parties who have assisted and contributed so that the Indonesia Health Profile 2004
can be accomplished.

Jakarta, February 2006


Secretary General
Ministry Of Health

Dr. H. Sjafii Ahmad, MPH


NIP. 140 086 897

ii

LIST OF CONTENT

FOREWORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

ii

LIST OF CONTENT

iii

LIST OF ANNEXES

CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER II

GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND COMMUNITY BEHAVIOR


A. Demographic Situation
B. Economic Condition
C. Education Condition
D. Environmental Condition
E. Community Behavior Condition

3
3
5
5
7
10

CHAPTER III

THE HEALTH STATUS SITUATION


A. Mortality
B. Morbidity
C. Nutrition Status

13
13
22
47

CHAPTER IV

THE HEALTH EFFORT SITUATION


A. Basic Health Care
B. Refferal and Support Health Care
C. Communicable Diseases Control
D. Development of Environmental Health & Basic Sanitation
E. Improvement of Community Nutrition
F. Pharmaceutical and Health Supplies Care
G. Health Care in Disaster Situation

54
54
68
71
83
85
89
92

CHAPTER V

HEALTH RESOURCES SITUATION


A. Health Facilities
B. Health Manpower
C. Health Budgeting

iii

95
95
104
113

CHAPTER VI

CHAPTER VII

COMPARISONS BETWEEN INDONESIA AND SOME


OTHER COUNTRIES
A. Demography
B. Health Degree

119
119
125

CLOSING REMARKS

129

BIBLIOGRAPHY

130

***

iv

LIST OF ANNEXES
Annex 2.1
Annex 2.2
Annex 2.3
Annex 2.4
Annex 2.5
Annex 2.6
Annex 2.7
Annex 2.8
Annex 2.9
Annex 2.10
Annex 2.11
Annex 2.11.a
Annex 2.11.b
Annex 2.12
Annex 2.12.a
Annex 2.12.b
Annex 2.13
Annex 2.13.a
Annex 2.13.b
Annex 2.14
Annex 2.14.a
Annex 2.14.b
Annex 2.15
Annex 2.16

Distribution of Government Administration Area by Province in 2004


Area Size, Total Population and Population Density by Province, February
2004
Number of Indonesian Population by Age Group, Dependency Ratio and
Province 2004.
Number of Indonesia Population by Region Types, Sex and Province 2004
Number and Percentage of Underdeveloped Area by Province, 2004
Number and Percentage of Poor People by Sex and Province, 2004
(Percentage Toward Number of Province Population)
Number and Percentage of Poor People by Area and Province, 2004
(Percentage Toward Number of National Poor People)
Number and Percentage of Poor People by Area and Province, 2004
(Percentage Toward Number of Province Population)
Index of Poverty Profoundity (P1) and Poverty Seriousness (P2) By Province,
in 2002 - 2004
Number of Family by Prosperous Family Period and Province (Result of
Family Data Collection in 2004)
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over by Sex, Marital Status and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over by Sex, Marital Status and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over by Sex, Marital Status and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over By Sex, Literacy and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over by Sex, Literacy and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over By Sex, Literacy and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over By Education Status and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over By Education Status and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over By Education Status and
Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over By Certificate of Highest
Education and Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over By Certificate of Highest
Education and Province 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 10 Years and Over By Certificate of Highest
Education and Province 2004
Percentage of Healthy House by Province 2004
Percentage of Healthy Public Places and Food Handling by Province 2004
v

Annex 2.16.a Number of Inspected Food Handling Places (FHP) and Percentage of Healthy
FHP by Province 2004
Annex 2.17 Percentage of Household by Floor Width of Living Place (M2) and Province
2004
Annex 2.18 Percentage of Household by the Largest Floor Type and Province 2004
Annex 2.19 Percentage of Household by Drinking Water Sources and Province 2004
Annex 2.19.a Percentage of Household by Drinking Water Source and Province 2004
Annex 2.19.b Percentage of Household by Drinking Water Source and Province 2004
Annex 2.20 Percentage of Household by Latrine Types and Province 2004
Annex 2.21 Percentage of Household by Excreta Disposal and Province 2004
Annex 2.21.a Percentage of Household by Excreta Disposal and Province 2004
Annex 2.21.b Percentage of Household by Excreta Disposal and Province 2004
Annex 2.22 Percentage of Household by Types of Expenditure in a Month Per Capita and
Province 2004
Annex 2.22.a Percentage of Household by Types of Expenditure in a Month Per Capita and
Province 2004
Annex 2.22.b Percentage of Household by Types of Expenditure in a Month Per Capita and
Province 2004
Annex 2.23 Percentage of Household Possessing Health Card by Area Type and Province
2004
Annex 2.24 Percentage of Population Using Health Card on January - December 2003 by
Its Effectiveness and Province, 2004
Annex 2.24.a Percentage of Population Using Health Card on January - December 2003 by
Its Effectiveness and Province, 2004
Annex 2.24.b Percentage of Population Using Health Card on January - December 2003 by
Its Effectiveness and Province, 2004
Annex 2.25 Percentage of Population with Health Complaint in The Past One-Month by
Type and Province, 2004
Annex 2.26 Percentage of Population Treated as Outpatient and Took Self Treatment in
The Past One-Month by Province and Place of Treatment 2004
Annex 2.27 Percentage of Population Treated as Outpatient in The Past One-Month by
Province and Place/Method of Treatment 2004
Annex 2.28 Percentage of Population Treated as Outpatient in The Past One-Year by
Province and Place, 2004
Annex 2.29 Percentage of Children Aged 2-4 Years Who Have Been Breastfed by The
Length of Breast Feeding and Province, 2004
Annex 2.29.a Percentage of Children Aged 2-4 Years Who Have Been Breastfed by The
Length of Breast Feeding and Province, 2004
Annex 2.29.b Percentage of Children Aged 2-4 Years Who Have Been Breastfed by The
Length of Breast Feeding and Province, 2004
Annex 2.30 Number of Infants Being Exclusively Breastfed by Province, 2004
Annex 2.31 Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over by Smoking Habit in The
Past One-Month, Place and Province, 2004
Annex 2.31.a Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over by Smoking Habit in The
Past One-Month, Place and Province, 2004
Annex 2.31.b Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over by Smoking Habit in The
Past One-Month, Place and Province, 2004
vi

Annex 2.32
Annex 2.32.a
Annex 2.32.b
Annex 2.33
Annex 2.33.a
Annex 2.33.b
Annex 2.34
Annex 2.34.a
Annex 2.34.b
Annex 2.35
Annex 2.36
Annex 2.37

Annex 3.1
Annex 3.2
Annex 3.3
Annex 3.4
Annex 3.5
Annex 3.6
Annex 3.7
Annex 3.8
Annex 3.9
Annex 3.10
Annex 3.11
Annex 3.12
Annex 3.13
Annex 3.14
Annex 3.15
Annex 3.16

Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over, Who Smoked in The Past
One-Month by Age Group of First Time Smoking, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over, Who Smoked in The Past
One-Month by Age Group of First Time Smoking, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over, Who Smoked in The Past
One-Month by Age Group of First Time Smoking, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over Who Smoked Everyday in
The First Time by Age Group, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over Who Smoked Everyday in
The First Time by Age Group, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over Who Smoked Everyday in
The First Time by Age Group, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over Who Had Smoking Habit
by Number of Cigarettes Smoked Per Day, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over Who Had Smoking Habit
by Number of Cigarettes Smoked Per Day, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over Who Had Smoking Habit
by Number of Cigarettes Smoked Per Day, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over Who Took Physical
Activities in The Past One-Week by Activity Types, Place and Province, 2004
Percentage of Population Aged 15 Years and Over by Vegetable Consumption
Per Day, Number of Average Portions Per Day, and Province, 2004
Expentancy at Birth and Total Fertility Rate by Percentage of Population Aged
15 Years and Over by Fruits Consumption Per Day, Number of Average
Portions Per Day, and Province, 2004
Infant Mortality Rate, Underfive Mortality Rate, Life Expectancy at Birth and
Total Fertility Rate by Province 2004
Ten Main Diseases of Hospital Outpatients in 2004
Ten Main Diseases of Hospital Inpatients in 2004
Number of Case and Incidence Rate of Malaria by Province 2004
Annual Parasite Incidence (API) of Malaria in Java-Bali Islands 1997 - 2004
Case Detection and The Pulmonary TB Treatment Evaluation in 2004
Cumulative Number of AIDS, Deaths and Cumulative Number of Cases Per
100,000 Population by Province in 2004
Number and Percentage of AIDS Cases from IDU by Province in 2004
Leprosy Situation by Province in 2004
Number of Measles Cases by Province 2004
Number of Dipththeria Cases by Province 2004
Number of Pertussis Cases by Province 2004
Number of Clinical Hepatitis in 2004
Outbreak Frequency by Diseases in Indonesia, 2004
Number of Patients, Case Fatality Rate (%) and Incidence Rate of Dengue
Haemorrhagic Fever by Province, 2000 - 2004
Number of Districts/Municipalities Infected by Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever
by Province, 1998 - 2004

vii

Annex 3.17

Annex 3.18
Annex 3.19
Annex 3.20
Annex 3.21
Annex 3.22
Annex 3.23

Annex 3.24
Annex 3.25
Annex 3.26
Annex 4.1
Annex 4.2
Annex 4.3
Annex 4.4
Annex 4.5

Annex 4.6
Annex 4.7
Annex 4.8
Annex 4.9
Annex 4.9.a
Annex 4.9.b
Annex 4.10
Annex 4.11
Annex 4.12

Number and Percentage of Infected Districts and Number of Animal Bites


Infected by Rabies as Well as Examination Results of Animal by Province,
2004
Number of Filariasis Cases by Province 2000 - 2004
Number of Traffic Accidents and Ratio of Injured and Dead Victims towards
Total Population by Province, 2004
Number and Percentage of Drug Abuser by Sex and Age Groups in Drug
Addiction Control Institution - Reports In 2004
Number and Percentage of Drug Abuser by Substances in Drug Addiction
Control Institution - Reports in 2004
Number and Percentage of Drug Abuser by Method of Use in Drug Addiction
Control Institution - Reports in 2004
Percentage of Drug Abuser by Age Group, Sex, Education Level, Job, Marital
Status, Parents Job and User Status in Drug Addiction Control Institution Reports in 2004
Percentage of Under Three Years (0 - 35 Months) by Nutritional Status and
Province in 2003
Percentage of Under Fives (0 - 59 Months) by Nutritional Status and Province
in 2003
Percentage of Village with Sufficient Iodized Salt (>30 ppm KIO3) by
Province 2004
Coverage of The First and Fourth Visit (K1 & K4) of Pregnant Woman,
Delivery Assisted by Health Providers, and Neonatus Visit by Province 2004
Coverage of The Fourth Visit (K4) of Pregnant Woman, High-Risk Pregnant
Woman and Delivery Assisted by Health Providers by Province 2004
Coverage of Neonatus and Infant Visits by Province 2004
Coverage of Infants, Under-Five and Pregnant Woman Who Get Health
Service by Province 2004
Coverage of Early Detection of The Growth and Development of Under-Fives,
Examination of Primary School Child and Adolescent Health Services by
Province in 2003
Coverage of Active Family Planning Acceptors by Province 2004
Proportion of Woman Aged 15-49 Years and Still Married Who Were Using
Contraceptive by Province and Region, 2004
Proportion of Woman Aged 15-49 Years and Still Married Who Have Ever
Used Contraceptive by Province and Region, 2004
Percentage of Woman Aged 15-49 Years and Still Married by Contraceptive
Method Being Used and Province, 2004
Percentage of Woman Aged 15-49 Years and Still Married by Contraceptive
Method Being Used and Province, 2004
Percentage of Woman Aged 15-49 Years and Still Married by Contraceptive
Method Being Used and Province, 2004
Number and Proportion of Cumulative New Family Planning Acceptors by
Service Location and Province 2004
UCI (Universal Child Immunization) Village Achievement 2004
Percentage of UCI (Universal Child Immunization) Coverage in Villages by
Province 2004
viii

Annex 4.13
Annex 4.14
Annex 4.15

Basic Immunization Coverage to Infants by Province, 2004


Hepatitis B Immunization Coverage to Infants by Province, 2004
Drop Out DPT1 Immunization Coverage - Measles to Infants by Province
1998 - 2004
Annex 4.16 TT Immunization Coverage to Pregnant Woman by Province, 2004
Annex 4.17 Coverage of Pre & Elderly Age Health Services by Province, 2004
Annex 4.18 Dental and Mouth Health Service in Health Center and School Dental
Program for The Primary School Student by Province, 2004
Annex 4.19 Number of Outpatient and Inpatient Visits in Health Service Facilities by
Province in 2003
Annex 4.20 Hospital Health Service Indicators by Province in 2004
Annex 4.21 Number and Percentage of High Risk/Complication Pregnant Woman and
Neonatal Treated By Province in 2004
Annex 4.22 Percentage of Blood Availability Access for Referred Pregnant Woman and
Neonatus by Province in 2004
Annex 4.23 Number and Percentage of Prescription of Generic Drugs by Province in 2004
Annex 4.24 Percentage of Nutrition Vulnerable Free Sub-district and Villages/Hamlets
with Responded Outbreak Less Than 24 Hour by Province 2004
Annex 4.25 Percentage of Cured Lung Tuberculosis and Treated Under-five with
Pneumonia by Province, 2004
Annex 4.25.a Coverage Result of Case Invention and Result Evaluation of Lung
Tuberculosis Treatment 2004
Annex 4.26 Number of Treated HIV/AIDS Cases, Cured Sexually Transmitted Infection
Cases, Treated Dengue Haemorragic Fever Cases, and Treated Diarrhoeal at
Under-five Cases, by Province, 2004
Annex 4.27 Percentage of Screened Blood Donor towards HIV-AIDS by Province, 2004
Annex 4.28 Percentage of Treated Malaria Cases by Province, 2004
Annex 4.29 Percentage of Leprosy Cases Who Have Accomplished Their Treatment
(RFT) by Province, 2004
Annex 4.30 Cases of Treated Filariasis by Province, 2004
Annex 4.31 Coverage of Drugs Supply for Diarrhoea Cases in Non/MTBS Health Center
in 2004
Annex 4.31.a Diarrhoea Outbreak 2001-2004
Annex 4.32 Percentage of Institution with Its Environmental Health Being Controlled by
Province, 2004
Annex 4.33 Percentage of House/Building Inspected of Aedes Larva, Percentage of
House/Building Free From Aedes Larva by Province in 2004
Annex 4.34 Number and Percentage of Under-five Who Gain Their Weight and Under
Red-Line Under-five by Province, 2004
Annex 4.35 Coverage of Vitamin A Capsule Distribution by Province in 2004
Annex 4.36 Coverage of Pregnant Women Who Get Iron Tablets by Province in 2004
Annex 4.37 Coverage of Reproductive Age Woman Provided with Iodine Capsules by
Province in 2004
Annex 4.38 Proportion of Narcotic Drugs Abuse Counselling to All Health Counselling
Activities by Province, 2004
Annex 4.39 Coverage of Health Service and Managed Care to Poor Family by Province in
2004
ix

Annex 4.39.a Percentage of Poor Families Provided with Health Services by Province in
2004
Annex 4.40 Percentage of Work Health Service to Formal Worker by Province, 2004
Annex 5.1
Number of Health Center and Other Health Services Situation in 2004
Annex 5.2
Number of Health Center, Sub Health Center, and Its Ratio toward Population,
and Ratio of Sub Health Center toward Health Center, by Province, 2000 2004
Annex 5.3
Number of Health Center and Nursing Health Center by Province in
Indonesia, 2000 - 2004
Annex 5.4
Number of Mobile Health Center and Its Ratio towards Health Center by
Province in Indonesia, in 2000 - 2004
Annex 5.5
Number of Hospital in Indonesia by Ownership and Province in 2004
Annex 5.6
Number of General Hospital by Ownership 1995-2004
Annex 5.7
Number of General Hospital Beds by Ownership 1995-2004
Annex 5.8
Number of Specific Hospitals and Their Beds by Type of Hospital, 1997 2004
Annex 5.9
Number of Health Service Facilities with Health Laboratory and Having 4
Basic Specialist by Province 2004
Annex 5.10 Percentage of Health Facility with Emergency Capability by Province 2004
Annex 5.11 Number of Production Facilities of Pharmaceutical Supplies and Medical
Devices by Type and Province, 2001 - 2004
Annex 5.12 Number of Distribution Facilities and Pharmaceutical Services by Province
2001-2004
Annex 5.13 Number of Management Unit (Ex Pharmaceutical Wholesaler) in
District/Municipality by Province 2002-2004
Annex 5.14 Number of Health Infrastructure Originated from Community Facilities
Situation in 2004
Annex 5.15 Number of Integrated Health Centers by Strata Level and Province, 2004
Annex 5.16 Number of Village Drug Posts (VDP) by Strata Level and Province, 2004
Annex 5.17 Number of Occupational Health Posts (PUKK) by Strata Level and Province,
2004
Annex 5.18 Number of Family Medicine Herbs by Strata Level and Province, 2004
Annex 5.19 Recapitulation of Health Polytechnic Institution by Program and Province by
March 2005
Annex 5.20 Distribution of Health Polytechnic Graduated Based Upon Program and
Province in 2004
Annex 5.21 Number of Health Personnel Non Health Polytechnics by Province and Study
Program 2004
Annex 5.22 Health Human Resources by Province and Type of Personnel 2003
Annex 5.23 Health Human Resources in Hospital by Province and Profession 2003
Annex 5.24 Number and Health Personnel in Health Center by Province in 2004
Annex 5.25 Number of Health Personnel by Types and Province, 2004
Annex 5.26 Realization of Assignment of General Practitioner as Non-Permanent
Employee by Province Batch I - XXXVIII, 1992 - 2004
Annex 5.27 Recapitulation of Medical Doctor (GP) as Non-Permanent Employee Who
Were Still Active by April 2004
Annex 5.28 Realization of Dentist as Non-Permanent Employee Batch I - XXXI
x

Annex 5.29

Recapitulation of Dentist as Non-Permanent Employee Who Were Still Active


by April 2004
Annex 5.30 Number of Midwives as Non-Permanent Employee by Province, 1994 - 2003
Annex 5.31 Realization of Midwives as Non-Permanent Employee by Province Up To
2003
Annex 5.32 Number of Students in Academic Year 2004/2005 in Health Polytechnic by
Profession
Annex 5.33 Number of Students in Academic Year 2004/2005 at Non Health Polytechnic
by Profession
Annex 5.34 Production Data of Health Personnel in 2003 and the Planning of Adding New
Personnel in 2004
Annex 5.35 Prediction of Health Personnel Demand in 2004-2010 to Reach Health
Indonesia 2010 According to Indicator of Human Resources for Health
Annex 5.36 Number of Training Conducted by Center For Health Education and Training
and National Health Training Unit 2004
Annex 5.37 Allocation and Realization of Development Budget of The Ministry of Health
Fiscal Year 2004
Annex 5.38 Realization of Development Budget and PHLN of Ministry of Health by
Program Fiscal Year 2004
Annex 5.39 Realization of Development Budget and Foreign Loan of Ministry of Health
by First Echelon in Central Office Fiscal Year 2004
Annex 5.40 Allocation and Realization of Development Budget of MoH by Province
Fiscal Year 2003
Annex 5.41 Percentage of Regional State Budget (RSB) for Health toward
District/Municipality Regional State Budget by Province, 2001 - 2003
Annex 5.42 The Average of Health Cost of Household by Type of Health Cost and
Province in 2004
Annex 5.43 Percentage of Household by Fund Resources for Health Cost by Province, and
Place in 2004
Annex 5.43.a Percentage of Household by Fund Resources for Health Cost by Province, and
Place in 2004
Annex 5.43.b Percentage of Household by Fund Resources for Health Cost by Province, and
Place in 2004
Annex 5.44 Number and Percentage of Population Participation in Managed Care by Type
and Province In 2004
Annex 5.45 Distribution of Managed Care Participants by Type and Province 2004
Annex 5.46 Number of Health Personnel by 7 Categories and Province 2004
Annex 5.47 Number and Percentage of Health Personnel by 7 Categories and Working
Unit 2004
Annex 6.1
Comparison of Demographic Data in ASEAN Countries, 2003
Annex 6.2
Comparison of Health Status Indicator in ASEAN Countries, 2003
Annex 6.3
Comparison of Immunization Coverage Data in ASEAN Countries, 2003
Annex 6.4
Comparison of Populations Who Used Clean Water Source and Health
Sanitation Equipment in ASEAN Countries, 2002

xi

CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
Health development continuously has been begun since the 1st Five Year
Development Plan announced in 1969. It has successfully developed health resources and
applied health program which has increased the grade of public health status in Indonesia.
According to the Decree No. 26/2004, Indonesia has 33 provinces. Legislation of
Minister of Home Affair, No.18/2005 concerning data and code of State Administrative
Region also mentioned that Indonesia has 33 provinces since December 2004. The
arrangement of Indonesia Health Profile 2004 is based on programs conducted by Ministry of
Health and others, so that number of provinces in annex consists of several versions, some of
them mention 33, and some of them still 30. Making description of Indonesia Health Profile
2004, we provide various information especially national health problems, such as Dengue
Haemorrhagic Fever (DHF) outbreaks and Tsunami disaster in December 26, 2004.
The document of National Health System, which is basically published according
to Minister of Healths Regulation No.131/MENKES/SK/II/2004, mentions that anticipating
changes and challenges both internal and external require the arrangement of the new
National Health System (Sistem Kesehatan Nasional/SKN) approved by Minister of Health
Letter Statement. The Centre for Data and Information will make Indonesia Health Profile
2004 is based on new SKN. We will try to adapt indicators of SKN, both in health status and
responsiveness.
SKN mention that successful in health management totally depends on availability of
data and information, progress of science and technology in health, and supports from law
and administration for health. SKN contains six subsystems of Health. They are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Health Program
Health Budgeting
Health Human Resources
Medicines and Supplies
Community Empowerment
Health Management

The arrangement of Indonesia Health Profile 2004 is based on the new SKN.
Subsystem of Health Program is described in Chapter IV. Health Budgeting, Health Human
Resources, Medicines and Supplies, and Community Empowerment are described in Chapter
V. Meanwhile, Subsystem of Health Management is described in Chapter III. The Indonesia
Health Profile 2004 consists of 7 chapters.
Chapter I: Introduction. This chapter provides background and purpose in publishing the
Indonesia Health Profile 2004.

Chapter II: General Description. This chapter provides general description about Indonesia. It
contains geographical position, demography, education, economy, and other general
information. It also describes environmental and behavioral factors.
Chapter III: Health Status Situation. This chapter contains indicators of health development
achieved untill 2004. They are mortality rate, life expectancy, morbidity rate, and nutrition
status. It will focus on nutrition status of children under five years and pregnant woman.
Chapter IV: Health Effort Situation. This chapter provides description of health effort
conducted untill 2004. It contains percentage of health center coverage, percentage of
refferal health center coverage, health center based on community empowerment such as
Posyandu Purnama and Mandiri, and other health programs.
Chapter V: Health Resources Situation. This chapter describes resources for health
development untill 2004. The description contains human resources, and facilities available
untill 2004. This chapter also describes distribution of human resources per province and
facilities included Hospital, Health Center, Sub Health Center, and Mobile Health Center. It
also describes providing progress of generic medicines, pharmacy industries consist of
importer for raw materials and producers, and distributor such as Pharmaceutical Whole
Seller, and dispensary.
Chapter VI: Comparison of Indonesia and Some Countries. This chapter provides comparison
indicators such as IMR, MMR, CDR, TFR, LE, CBR and HDI. It also provides prevalence of
HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria of Indonesia, compared to some countries in Asia.
Chapter VII: Closing Remarks.

***

CHAPTER II
GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND POPULATION BEHAVIOR

Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with more than 17,500 islands with
various cultures of people. They also have various customs in health behavior.
Indonesia has applied decentralisation policy since 2001, which implies increasing
number of provinces and districts/municipalities. Indonesia administratively is divided into
33 provinces, 349 districts, and 91 municipalities. Those regions consist of 5,263 sub
districts, 62,806 villages, and 7,123 hamlets. This chapter provides 30 provinces minus 3
provinces due to unavailable data. Those 3 provinces are Riau, West Sulawesi and West Irian
Jaya. The details of state administrative area classification by province in 2004 are in Annex
2.1.
Meanwhile general description of Indonesia and population behavior in 2004 consists
of: demographic situation, economic, education, environment and behavior related to health.
A. DEMOGRAPHIC SITUATION
National Survey of Social Economic (SUSENAS) 2004 revealed that total population
in Indonesia were 217,072,346 with density 115 per sq km, and growth population rate 1.26
% (number of population in 2003 were 214,374,096). Provinces in Java Island had higher
population density than provinces outside Java Island. Province with the highest population
density was DKI Jakarta (13,141 people per sq km). Other provinces in Java had average
density about 1000 people per sq km, except East Java with density 759 people per sq km.
Meanwhile, provinces in Kalimantan, Maluku and Papua had low density. Province with the
lowest density was Papua (7 people per sq km), followed by Central Kalimantan and East
Kalimantan (each were 12 people per sq km).
There was a discrepancy in population distribution of each province. It was indicated
by the percentage of population that was more than a half of total population lived in Java
(59.10%), although it only had 6.75% total region of Indonesia. It was 20.80% of total
population lived in Sumatera, 7.16% in Sulawesi; 5.46% in Kalimantan; 5.35% in Nusa
Tenggara; and only 2.12% lived in Maluku and Papua. Number of population and density rate
per province are in Annex 2.2.
Percentage of population by type of region until 2004 indicated that there were so
many people lived in rural area. The percentage in rural area was still higher than urban
(56.76% lived in rural, and 43.24% lived in urban). Province with the highest proportion of
population lived in urban was DKI Jakarta (100%), followed by DI Yogyakarta (58.67%),
and East Kalimantan (54.58%). Meanwhile, province with lowest proportion of population

lived in urban was East Nusa Tenggara (16.45%), followed by Central Sulawesi (20.60%),
and South East Sulawesi (21.77%).
The composition of Indonesian population by age indicated population of 0-14 years
old was 29.61%, 15-64 years old was 65.68%, 65 years old and more was 4.71%. Therefore,
dependency ratio in 2004 was 52.26 with the range 36.58 in DKI Jakarta and 70.12 in East
Nusa Tenggara. It was higher than in 2003 (51.75). Further descriptions of population by age
and dependency ratio by province in 2004 are in Annex 2.3.
Male population relatively was balanced with female. Male population were
108,876,089 and female population were 108,196,257. Sex Ratio in 2004 was 100.6.
Province with the highest sex ratio was Papua (110.8), followed by East Kalimantan
(108.51), and Lampung (108.3). Meanwhile province with lowest sex ratio was West Nusa
Tenggara (90.9), followed by Gorontalo (96.4), West Sumatera and South Sulawesi (96.7).
Population composition by sex and age indicated that the highest proportion were
group of 10-14 and 5-9 years of age. Further descriptions of population composition are in
the following Graph.
GRAPH 2.1
PYRAMIDE OF INDONESIAN POPULATION IN 2004
Age Group
Kel. Umur

75 +
70 - 74
65 - 69
60 - 64
55 - 59
50 - 54
45 - 49
40 - 44
35 - 39
30 - 34
25 - 29
20 - 24
15 - 19
10 - 14
5-9
0-4
12

10

Laki-laki
Male

persen

percent

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, 2004

Female
Perempuan

10

12

B. ECONOMIC CONDITION
Economic situation in Indonesia for last three years was relatively stable and indicated
quite satisfied progress. Economic performance in 2002 indicated 4.38% of growth; it scaled
up to 4.38% in 2003. Economic condition in 2004 was more stable, indicated by the scaling
up of economic growth up to 5.13%. The increasing also was synchronized by low inflation
rate (6.40%). Meanwhile, Gross Domestic Product in 2004 was 10.64 million of Rupiahs. It
was higher than PDB in 2003 (8.3 million of Rupiahs).
Number of poor people in 2004 (based on National Social Economic SurveyCore/SUSENAS) were 36.1 million people or 16.66% of total people. It was lower than poor
people in 2003 (37.3 million people or scaled down into 3.19%). Percentage of poor people in
rural area was higher than urban. It was 20.11% in rural and 12.13% in urban. Province with
the highest percentage of poor people was Papua (38.69%), and followed by Maluku
(32.13%), and Southeast Sulawesi (29.01%). Meanwhile, province with lowest percentage of
poor people was DKI Jakarta (3.18%), followed by Bali (6.85%), and South Kalimantan
(7.19%). Province with the highest number of poor people was East Java (7.3 million of
people or 20.23%). It was followed by Central Java (6.8 million of people or 18.93%) and
West Java (4.6 million of people or 12.88%). Further descriptions of number and percentage
of poor people by sex and province are in Annexes 2.6, 2.7 and 2.8.
C. EDUCATION CONDITION
Descriptions below are based on SUSENAS 2004 conducted by BPSStatistic
Indonesia. The ability to read and write is indicated by Literacy Rate, which is a percentage
of population from over 10 years who are able to read and write Latin letters or others.
Nationally percentage of population with ability to read Latin letter in 2004 was 90.53 %,
ability to read others was 0.93 %, and illiterate was 8.53 %. Percentage of illiterate in rural
was higher than in urban (11.45 % to 4.79 %). Percentage of illiterate in female was 11.71 %, it
was higher than male (5.34%). The province with highest percentage of illiterate was Papua
(23.56%), followed by West Nusa Tenggara (19.94%), and East Java (13.94%). Meanwhile,
the province with lowest percentage of illiterate was North Sulawesi (0.86%), followed by
DKI Jakarta (1.56%), and Maluku (1.91%). The percentage of over 10 years population with
ability in reading and writing by province would be described further in Annex 2.12.
The percentage of over 10 years population who have never/yet attended school in
2004 was 7.92 %. Meanwhile, percentage of over 10 years population who were still
attending school was 19.26 %, consisted of Elementary School (7.94 %), Junior High School
(5.99%), High School (3.89%) and Academy/University (1.44%). The remaining who had no
longer attending school was 72.83%. Nationally, percentage of over 10 years population who
have/not attended school in rural (10.56%) was higher than urban (4.52 %).

Generally, Female School Participation Rate (SPR) was higher than Male SPR in 7-12
and 13-15 group of age. Meanwhile, in 16-18 group of age, Male SPR was higher than
Female SPR. In terms of living area, SPR in rural was higher than in urban, and it was valid
to all group of age, both male and female. The difference was getting higher in 16-18 group
of age. Details of SPR in 7-18 of age population by group of age, type of region, and sex in
2004 are in following Table 2.1.

TABLE 2.1
SCHOOL PARTICIPATION RATE OF 7-18 YEARS POPULATION
BY GROUP OF AGE, TYPE OF REGION, AND SEX IN 2004
Living Area/Sex

7-12

Group of Age
13-15

16-18

Urban
Male
Female
Male + Female

97,70
97,78
97,74

89,67
89,50
89,59

68,13
65,47
66,82

Rural
Male
Female
Male + Female

95,90
96,35
96,12

78,57
80,08
79,29

43,41
42,48
42,98

Urban + Rural
Male
Female
Male + Female

96,62
96,92
96,77

83,05
83,97
83,49

53,94
52,97
53,48

Source: Welfare Statistic 2004, BPS-Statistic Indonesia

As well as SPR, Pure Participation Rate (PPR) for Junior High School and High
School group of age in urban was also higher than rural. It indicated number of population in
school age who were still attending school with appropriate education level. PPR for
Elementary School level in urban was 92.73%, meanwhile PPR in rural was a little bit higher
than urban (93.25%). PPR for Junior High School level in urban was 72.67%, while rural was
60.11%. In addition, PPR for High School level in urban was 56.75% and in rural was
32.11%.
Percentage of 10 years of age population who did not/yet possess graduation
certificate was 29.40%. Meanwhile population who already had Elementary School (ES)/MI
graduation certificate was 32.27%, Junior High School was 17.62%, High School was
17.13%, and Diploma I up to University was 3.58%. So that, percentage of population aged
over 10 years possessed High School or higher education level Certificate was 20.71%.
Province with the highest percentage of population possessed High School Certificate was
DKI Jakarta (46.14%). It was followed by DI Yogyakarta (33.98%), and East Kalimantan
(30.21%). Meanwhile province with lowest percentage was East Nusa Tenggara (13.76%),
6

followed by West Kalimantan (13.98%), and West Nusa Tenggara (14.90%). Details for
percentage of 10 years population by Graduation Certificate Possession are in Annex 2.14.
In terms of sex, possession of Certificate in male population was higher than female.
It can be indicated in percentage of population possessed High School Certificate. Percentage
of Male was 23.72%, while female was 17.71%. In terms of types of living area, percentage
of population possessed High School Certificate in urban was higher than rural (33.89%
to10.46%). Details for percentage of over 10 years population by type of region, sex, and
education status in 2004 are in following Table 2.2.

TABLE 2.2
PERCENTAGE OF OVER 10 YEARS POPULATION
BY TYPE OF REGION, SEX,
AND POSSESSION OF THE HIGHEST CERTIFICATE IN 2004
The Highest Certificate Possessed
Living Area/
Sex

Urban
Male
Female
Male + Female
Rural
Male
Female
Male + Female
Urban + Rural
Male
Female
Male + Female

No
Certificate

Elementary
School

Junior
High
School

High
School

Specified
High
School

Dipl.I/
Dipl.II

Academy Dipl.IV/
/Dipl.III S1/S2/S3

Total

17,49

24,52

20,02

22,49

8,11

0,75

1,90

4,72

100,00

23,29

27,00

19,84

19,40

4,91

1,00

1,66

2,89

100,00

20,41

25,77

19,93

20,94

6,50

0,88

1,78

3,79

100,00

32,18

37,63

17,44

8,32

2,84

0,45

0,33

0,81

100,00

40,62

37,03

14,20

5,56

1,49

0,45

0,24

0,43

100,00

36,39

37,33

15,82

6,94

2,17

0,45

0,28

0,62

100,00

25,79

31,92

18,57

14,49

5,13

0,58

1,01

2,51

100,00

32,99

32,61

16,68

11,65

3,00

0,69

0,86

1,51

100,00

29,40

32,27

17,62

13,07

4,06

0,64

0,94

2,00

100,00

Source: Welfare Statistic 2004, BPS-Statistic Indonesia

D. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
Describing environmental condition, it needs to provide indicators, such as percentage
of healthy house and percentage of healthy public places and food handling. This chapter also
provides other relevant indicators, such as percentage of house hold based on source of
drinking water, installation of excreta disposal, and waste/faeces final disposal.

1. Healthy House
Healthy house is a building that meets the health requirements i.e. a house with
latrine, safe water facility, garbage bin, waste water disposal, good house ventilation,
adequate living space, and floor which is not made of soil.
Based on data of Minimum Services Standardization for health sector collected by
Center for Data and Information Ministry of Health in 2004, percentage of healthy house was
55.29 %. The details are in Annex 2.15.
2. Public Places and Food Handling
Public places and food handling are places that were visited by many people and tend
to be the source of disease spreading. Those places include hotel, restaurant, cinema, market,
bus station, etc. Healthy Public Places and Food Handling are public places and food
handling places with safe water facility, waste disposal installation, good ventilation, and
appropriate floor for visitors, and appropriate lighting.
Published data of Province Health Profile 2004 describes percentage of public places
and food handling was 68, 9%. Further descriptions are in Annex 2.16
3. Access to Safe Drinking Water
SUSENAS 2004 indicated 55.13 % of total households possessed their own safe
water facility. Province with the highest percentage of safe water facility possession was
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (79.43%), while province with the lowest percentage was East
Nusa Tenggara (17.03%). Percentage of common drinking water utilization of total house
hold was 20.54%, and percentage of public drinking water utilization was 12.04 %. The
percentage of having no drinking water facility was remained 12.11%, with the highest
percentage was West Kalimantan (74.16%).
Source of drinking water using in household divided by packaged water, piped water,
pump water, protected well, unprotected well, protected spring water, unprotected spring
water, river water, rain water, others sources. Data of BPS Welfare Statistics 2004 indicated
percentage of household using drinking water from packaged water was 2.45%, the
remaining were piped water (17.96%), pump water (14.37%), protected well (35.95%),
unprotected well (11.16%), protected spring water (8.07%), unprotected spring water
(4.04%), river water (2.87%), rain water (2.66%), others sources (0.46%). The data means
household already used protected drinking water source was 81.46% (packaged water, piped
water, pump water, protected well, protected spring water, rain water) and household still
using unprotected drinking water source was 18.54% (unprotected well, unprotected spring
water, river water, and other resources). Percentage of household who were still using
protected drinking water source in urban was 93.02%, which was higher than rural (72.93%).

Province with the highest percentage of household using protected drinking water
source was DKI Jakarta (99.62%), followed by Bali (93.97%), and DI Yogyakarta (90.31%).
Meanwhile, the lowest were Central Kalimantan (50.56%), followed by Bengkulu (55.99%),
and Papua (56.19%). Further details of the percentage are in Annex 2.19.
4. Excreta Disposal in Household
Percentage of household using own excreta disposal was 61.62%, the remaining were
common (11.05%), public excreta disposal (5.25%), and household with no excreta disposal
(22.08%). Excreta disposal facility divided into four types, i.e. water sealed latrines, non
water sealed latrines (plengsengan), pit privy latrines, and using no latrines. BPS Welfare
Statistics in 2004 describes about utilization of excreta disposal facility in urban and rural.
Percentage of water sealed latrines utilization in urban was 80.25 %, while rural was 48.01
%. Percentage of non water sealed latrines utilization in urban was 11.90%, while rural was
12.04%. Percentage of pit privy latrines utilization in urban was 6.14%, while rural was
31.35%. The remaining who were using no latrines in urban was 1.72%, while rural 8.6%.
Generally both urban and rural, number one leading utilization was water sealed
latrines (63.85%), followed by non water sealed latrines (11.97%), pit privy (18.96%), and
using no latrines (5.22%). Province with the highest percentage of water sealed latrines
utilization was Bali (91.89%), followed by DKI Jakarta (82.90%), and North Maluku
(81.22%), while province with lowest percentage was East Nusa Tenggara (30.05%),
followed by Central Kalimantan (41.91%), and South Sumatera (44.16%). Description of
excreta disposal utilization is in the following Graph 2.2.
GRAPH 2.2
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLDS BY
LATRINES UTILIZATION IN 2004
No Latrines
5%

Pit Privy
19%

Water Sealed
Latrines
64%
Non Water Sealed
Latrines
12%

Source: Welfare Statistic 2004, BPS-Statistic Indonesia

More Details of excreta disposal utilization by province in 2004 are in Annex 2.20.

5. Final Waste Excreta Disposal in Household


Based on Welfare Statistic 2004, types of final waste excreta disposal in household
were, i.e. septic tank, pond/paddy fields, river/lake, land hole, shore/open areas, and others.
The highest utilization was septic tank (42.71%, consisted of 66.01% in urban and
25.47% in rural), followed by land hole (24.41%), river/lake (20.22%), shore/open areas
(5.38%), pond/paddy fields (5.16%), and others (2.12%). Description for percentage of
household by final waste excreta disposal utilization is in the following Graph 2.3.
GRAPH 2.3
PERCENTAGE HOUSEHOLD BY
FINAL WASTE EXCRETA DISPOSAL UTILIZATION IN 2004

S e p tic T a n k
44%
O th e rs
2%
S h o re /O p e n A re a
5%

P o n d /P a d d y F ie ld s
5%

L a n d H o le
24%
R iv e r/L a k e
20%

Source: Welfare Statistic 2004

Percentage of final waste excreta disposal utilization by province in 2004 is in Annex


2.21.
E. COMMUNITY BEHAVIOR CONDITION
Several indicators are needed to describe community behavior affected to health
status. Those indicators are percentage of population with health complaints by treatment
method, percentage of population took outpatient care by health provider, percentage of 2-4
years children have been breastfed, smoking habit, percentage of population practiced
physical activity, and fibre consumption habit. Indicators based on SUSENAS 2004
conducted by BPS.
1. Method of Treatment for Population with Health Complaints
SUSENAS 2004 indicates the percentage of population with health complaints for last
one month during the survey was 26.51 %. It was 38.21% of the percentage took outpatient
care (urban was 40.36% while rural was 36.59%). It was 72.44% of population with health
complaints with self treatment (urban was 71.98% and rural was 72.93%).
10

Province with the highest percentage of population took outpatient care was Bali
(52.89%), followed by East Nusa Tenggara (48.58%), and Papua (46.49%). While, province
with lowest percentage of population took outpatient care was South Kalimantan (24.54%),
followed by Central Kalimantan (27.01%), and Riau (27.290%). Province with the highest
percentage of population with self treatment was North Maluku (87.62%), followed by
Lampung (82.66%), and Riau (82.29%). Meanwhile, the lowest percentage was Papua
(50.57%), followed by Bali (56.98%) and East Nusa Tenggara (58.07%). Details of
percentage by province are in Annex 2.26.
2. Place of Outpatient Care
Based on the same survey, Health Center was the most favourable place for outpatient
care (37.26%). It was followed by medical doctor (24.39%), nurse and midwife (18.51%).
The remaining were State Hospital (6.01%), traditional healer (1.78%), polyclinic (3.86%),
private hospital (3.32%), and others (4.86%). Province with the highest percentage of
population took outpatient care to Health Center/sub Health Center was Papua (67.82%),
followed by East Nusa Tenggara (63.46%), and Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (62.92%), while
province with the lowest percentage was Bali (27.83%), followed by North Sumatera
(27.62%), and DI Yogyakarta (24.08%). Details of percentage by province are in Annex 2.27.
3. 2-4 Years Aged Children Have Been Breastfed
SUSENAS 2004 conducted by BPS Statistic Indonesia provides information about
2-4 years aged children have been breastfed. It was 41.36% of total 2-4 years aged children
have been breastfed for 24 months or more. Province with the highest percentage of 2-4
years aged children have been breastfed for 24 months or more was DI Yogyakarta (58.74%),
followed by Central Java (53.93%), and South Kalimantan (54.85%). Meanwhile province
with the lowest percentage was Maluku (10.81%), followed by North Maluku (20.89%), and
North Sumatera (18.39%). Details of percentage by province are in Annex 2.29.
4. Smoking Habit
Percentage of population aged 15 years old or more who smokes every day was
28.35%, rarely smoked was 6.09%, and the remaining who did not smoke was 65.56%.
Province with the highest percentage of population aged 15 years old or more who smokes
every day was Riau (34.25%), followed by Bengkulu (33.83%), and Lampung (32.71%).
Meanwhile province with the lowest percentage was East Nusa Tenggara (19.52%), followed
by Bali (20.33%), and Maluku (21.66%). Details of percentage by province are in Annex
2.31.
The percentage of population who smoked 10-14 cigarettes per day was 47.75% of
total smoking population. It was 25.17% smoked 5-9 cigarettes per day, while percentage of
population smoked 15 cigarettes per day was 15.71%, the remaining who smoked 4 cigarettes

11

or less per day was 11.37%. Details for percentage of cigarettes consumption by province are
in Annex 2.34.
5. Physical Activities
SUSENAS 2004 provides information about physical activities of population aged 15
years. Based on the survey, physical activities divided into 3 categories. They are; heavy,
medium and light. Percentage of population with hard physical activity was 36.02%.
Meanwhile, percentages of medium and light physical activity were 77.4% and 66.67%.
Details of percentage by province are in Annex 2.35.
6. Fibres Consumption
a. Vegetables
People in Indonesia on average consumed vegetables for 2 portions per day.
Percentage of population consumed 1-2 portions vegetables per day was 71.91%.
While percentage of population consumed 3 portions or more and 1 portion per day
were 20.22% and 7.65%. Province with the highest percentage of 3 portions or more
per day consumption was North Sulawesi (35.38%), followed by Bengkulu (34.00%),
and North Maluku (32.57%), while province with the highest percentage of 2 portions
or less per day consumption was South Kalimantan (88.63%), followed by North
Maluku (85.85%), and West Sumatera (84.71%). Details of the percentage by
province are in Annex 2.36.
b. Fruits
Population consumption for fruits was varying. Indonesian people on average
consumed fruits 1.60 portions per day. The percentage of population consumed 2
portions or more fruits per day was 39.18%. While percentage of population
consumed 1 and less than 1 portion per day were 51.19% and 9.44%. Province with
the highest percentage of population consumed 2 portions or more per day was
Central Sulawesi (60.48%), followed by Papua (54.48%), and Bangka Belitung
(52.55%). While province with the highest percentage of population consumed 1
portion or less per day was South Kalimantan (68.64%), followed by West Java
(66.62%), and West Sumatera (65.88%). Details of the percentage by province are in
Annex 2.37.
That is the general descriptions about Indonesia in 2004, figured by several aspects,
such as demography, economy, education, environmental health and population behavior
related to health.

***

12

CHAPTER III
THE HEALTH STATUS SITUATION

In order to figure out health status of the Indonesian population, the following are
description of the situation of mortality, morbidity and community nutritional status.

A. MORTALITY
Description of community health status development can be seen from mortality cases
in community from time to time. Besides, mortality cases can also be used as indicators in
assessing the success of health services and other health development programs. Mortality
rate can be in general calculated by conducting various surveys and researches. The
development of mortality rate and the diseases that are the main causes of deaths that
occurred during the last period will be described below.
1. Infant Mortality Rate ( IMR)
The mortality data in a community can be obtained through a survey, because most
deaths occurred at home, while the mortality data in the health care facilities showed only
referral cases. Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) in Indonesia came from various sources, i.e. the
Population Census, the National Health Survey, and the Indonesian Demographic and Health
Survey.
During the last years, the IMR has experienced many significant decreases, although
in 2001 the IMR has increased again as an impact of various crises in Indonesia. In 1995,
IMR was estimated 55 per 1,000 live births, then decreased to 52 in 1997, and keep on
decreasing to 44 per 1,000 live births in 1999, then increased to 47 per 1,000 in 2000. IMR
according to the National Socio-Economic Survey report was 50 per 1,000 live births in 2001
and 45 per 1,000 live births in 2002. According to IDHS report of 2002-2003, IMR has
decreased significantly, i.e. to 35 per 1,000 live births in 2002-2003. Provinces with the
lowest of IMRs were Bali (14 per 1,000 live births), DI Yogyakarta (20 per 1,000 live births),
and North Sulawesi (25 per 1,000 live births). The highest IMRs were in Gorontalo (77 per
1,000 live births), West Nusa Tenggara (74 per 1,000 live births), and South-East Sulawesi
(67 per 1,000 live births). Description of development of the IMR estimation from several
sources can be seen in the following table.

13

TABLE 3.1
ESTIMATED INFANT MORTALITY RATE PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS
IN INDONESIA ACCORDING TO 1995 INTER-CENSUS POPULATION SURVEY AND
THE NATIONAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY 1995 - 2003
Estimation of the
1995 Inter-Census
Population Survey
55
54
52
50
44
47
-

Year
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003

Of the SocioEconomic[b] Survey

IDHS[c]

56
49
50
45
-

52
35
35

[a]

Source:

Indicator of 2001 Childs Welfare (Inter Census Population Survey) 1995 estimation,
National Socio-Economic Survey 2002-2003 estimation, and
[c]
Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey 2002-2003
National Human Development Report 2004 mentioned that the 2002 IMR
was 43.5 per 1,000 live births
[b]

Notes :

Based on the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey 2002-2003, it was also
mentioned that IMR according to various background characteristics, i.e. by urban and rural
residences, mother education level, and by the wealth index. IMRs according to these three
background characteristics can be seen in the following graphs.
GRAPH 3.1
INFANT MORTALITY RATE (IMR) BY
RESIDENCIAL BACKGROUND, 2002-2003

GRAPH 3.2
INFANT MORTALITY RATE (IMR) BY
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND, 2002-2003
23

Junior HS

Rural

52

36

Unfinished Junior HS

43

Finished primary school

Urban

32

65

Unfinished primary school

67

Un educated

10

20

30

40

50

60
0

20

GRAPH 3.3
INFANT MORTALITY RATE (IMR) BY
WEALTH INDEX BACKGROUND, 2002-2003
Upper

17

Middle upper

36

Middle

44

Middle lower

50

Lowest

61
0

10

20

30

14

40

50

60

70

40

60

80

Table 3.2 below describes IMR in hospital in 20012004. In 2000, IMR in hospital
was 15.8 per 1,000 live births, then increased relatively to 42.9 in 2001 and 40.6 per 1,000
live births in 2002. In 2003, IMR in hospital decreased significantly to 22.9 per 1,000 live
births, then in 2004 increased to 29.4 per 1,000 live births.
TABLE 3.2
INFANT MORTALITY RATE IN HOSPITAL
IN INDONESIA, 2000 - 2004
No.

Year

Number of
Hospitals

Number of
Death Births

Number of Live births

IMR
per 1.000 Live births

2000

1,145

2,546

158,972

15.8

2001

1,178

7,226

161,073

42.9

2002

1,215

5,381

127,053

40.6

2003

1,234

3,160

135,094

22.9

2004

1,246

3,321

109,297

29.4

Source : DG of Medical Care, MOH, 2005

There are many factors influencing the level of IMR, but it is not easy to decide the
most dominant factors or the less non-dominant factors. The availability of various facilities
or accessibility factors and health services from skilled medical personnel, as well as the
willingness of the community to change traditional living to modern living norm in the health
sector are factors which influenced the level of IMR. Decreased of IMR for the last few years
was caused by the increase of life quality and the community health services.
Some factors that caused infant deaths can be started from pregnancy period of 28
weeks until 7th days after delivery (perinatal period). The main causes of infants deaths were
caused by slowly fetus growth, malnutrition in infants, prematur and low birth weight that
was 40.68%. Other factors were intra uterine hipoxia and spontaneous/regular respiratory
failure at birth or several moment after birth (birth asphyxia), that was 25.13%. Therefore
65.8% of perinatal death period was caused by mother condition in delivery period. The main
causes of infants deaths in hospital in detailed could be seen in the following table.

15

TABLE 3.3
DISTRIBUTION OF DEAD PATIENT IN HOSPITAL
STARTING IN PERINATAL PERIOD
IN INDONESIA, 2004
NO

BTL

0.12

A33

Tetanus neonatorum

245

P00 - P04

246

P05 - P 07

247

P10 - P 15

Fetus and new born baby influenced by factor and


pregnancy delivery complication and delivery
Slowly fetus growth, fetus malnutrition and interfere
with short term pregnancy and low birth weight
Birth injury

248

P20 - P 21

Intra uterine Hipoxia and birth asphyxia

249

P22 - P 28

250

8
9
10

ICD -10

Diseases

Dead
42

%
0.81

362

7.01

2,100

40.68

23

0.45

1,297

25.13

548

10.62

P35 - P 37

Other respiratory tract infection related to perinatal


period
Infection disease and parasite congenital

466

9.03

251

P38 - P39

Other special infection in perinatal period

137

2.65

252

P55

Hemolitic in infant and new born baby

17

0.33

170

3.29

253.9 P08,P29,P50-P54, Other condition starting from perinatal period


P56-P94, P96
Total

5,162

BTL : Basic Tabulation List


Source : DG of Medical Care, MOH, 2005

2. Under-fives Mortality Rate (U-5 MR)


The U-5MR according to the Inter-Census Population Survey (SUPAS) of 1995
estimation showed a decrease from 64.28 per 1,000 live births in 1998 to 44.71 per 1,000 live
births in 2000. Besides, U-5MR in males is higher than the U-5MR in females.
Based on the estimation of the SUSENAS, the U-5MR in Indonesia in 1995 was 73
per 1,000 live births, decreased to 64 per 1,000 live births in 1998. In fact, in 2001 the U5MR did not experience any changes, i.e. still 64 per 1,000 live births. This is estimated to be
caused by decreased access to health services, one of it as a result of the economic crisis.
IDHS (Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey) report mentioned that U-5MR in 20022003 decreased to 46 per 1,000 live births. Provinces with the lowest U-5MRs in 2002-2003
were Bali (19 per 1,000 live births), DI Yogyakarta (23 per 1,000 live births), and North
Sulawesi (33 per 1,000 live births), the highest U-5MRs were in West Nusa Tenggara (103
per 1,000 live births), Gorontalo (97 per 1,000 live births), and South-East Sulawesi (92 per
1,000 live births). Description of the development of U-5MR in 1995 2003 is presented in
the following table.

16

TABLE 3.4
UNDER-FIVES MORTALITY RATE PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS
IN INDONESIA, 1995 2003
INTER-CENSUS POPULATION SURVEY 1995
Estimation
Year
Male

Female

Male + Female

1995

National
SocioEconomic
Survey
Estimation

73

1998

71.36

57.61

64.28

64

1999

66.44

53.05

59.55

2000

50.77

39.00

44.71

64

2001

IDHS
2002-2003

2002-2003

46

Source: Indicator of Child Welfare 2001 (Inter-Census Population Survey 1995 Estimation),
Estimation of National Socio-Economic Survey 1995, 1998, and 2001, IDHS 2002-2003

U-5MR based on estimation of SUPAS 1995 Estimation showed the decreasing from
64.28 per 1,000 live births in 1998 to 44.71 per 1,000 live birthss in 2000. Besides that, the
level of U-5MR in males was higher than the level of U-5MR in females.
According to outcome of research towards all Under-Fives mortalities being surveyed
in the 1995 Household Health Survey (SKRT) and the 2001 National Health Survey
(SURKESNAS) a description was obtained on the size of proportion of main causes of deaths
on under-fives, which can be seen in the following table.
TABLE 3.5
PATTERN OF MAIN CAUSES OF DEATH IN UNDER-FIVES IN INDONESIA
AS A RESULT OF THE HOUSEHOLD HEALTH SURVEY 1995 AND THE NATIONAL HEALTH SURVEY 2001

Household Health Survey 1995


Diseases
%
1. Respiratory tract infection
30.8 %
2. Perinatal health problems
21.6 %
3. Diarrhea
15.3 %
4. Infectious/parasitic disease
6.3 %
5. Neurologic
5.5 %
6. Tetanus
3.6 %

National Health Survey 2001


Diseases
1. Respiratory system (Pneumonia)
2. Diarrhea
3. Neurologic
4. Typhus
5. Gastro intestinal system
6. Other infection

%
22.8 %
13.2 %
11.8 %
11.0 %
5.9 %
5.1 %

Source : National Institute of Health Research and Development,


Publication report of Household Health Survey 1995 and National Health Survey 2001

The above table that shows that the pattern of the main causes of death in under-fives
as a result of the Household Health Survey 1995 and the National Health Survey 2001 did not
get too many changes, infectious diseases was still the main causes of deaths. In 2001, the
highest U-5MR was caused by Pneumonia (4.6 per 1,000 under-fives), followed by Diarrhea
(2.3 per 1,000 under-fives).

17

3. Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR)


Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) can be obtained through several specially conducted
surveys, such as survey in hospitals and survey in community with limited area coverage. By
implementing Household Health Survey and Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey
(SDKI), the area coverage of MMR researchs become wider compared to the previous
surveys.
Report of Household Health Survey can be used to consistently look at the tendency of
MMR in Indonesia. According to Household Health Survey, MMR decreased from 450 per
100,000 live births in 1986 to 425 per 100,000 live births in 1992, than kept on decreasing to 373 per
100,000 live births in 1995. In the 2001 Household Health Survey, there was no survey of MMR.
In 2002-2003, MMR was 307 per 100,000 live births by Indonesian Demographic and Health
Survey report. This fact shows that MMR has a tendency to keep on decreasing. But if the decrease is
still the same as the decreases in previous years, it is estimated that the target to be nationally achieved
in 2010 of 125 per 100,000 live births will be difficult to obtain in the future. The figures obtained
from variuos surveys are presented in the following table.
TABLE 3.6
MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE (PER 100,000 LIVE BIRTHS) BY INDONESIAN DEMOGRAPHIC AND
HEALTH SURVEY (IDHS) AND HOUSEHOLD HEALTH SURVEY (HHS), 1982 2003

No
1
2
3
4
5
5
6

Research/Survey

Year

IDHS
HHS
HHS
IDHS
HHS
IDHS
IDHS

1982
1986
1992
1994
1995
1997
2002-2003

MMR
Estimation
450
450
425
390
373
334
307

MMR as a result of the Household Health Survey and Indonesian Demographic and
Health Survey only describes national figures and not designed to measure the MMR by
provinces.
MMR in hospital decreased significantly from 16 per 1,000 live births in 2000 (Year
2000) to 7.5 per 1,000 live births. The decreasing of this MMR was caused by the increasing
of number of live births. Then the next two years, MMR in hospital decreased, that were 5.1
per 1,000 live births in 2002 and 1.1 per 1,000 live births in 2003. In 2004, number of live
births was 25,797 so MMR increased to 8.6 per 1,000 live births. This showed the decreasing
of routine checkup of pregnant mother in hospital, so MMR was high and Birth Rate was
low. MMR 2000-2004 in hospital can be seen in the following table.

18

TABLE 3.7
MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE IN HOSPITAL
IN INDONESIA, 2000 2004
Number of deaths per
No
Year
Number of Deaths
Number of Live births
1,000 live births
1
2000
2,546
158,972
16
2
2001
1,203
161,073
7.5
3
2002
649
127,053
5.1
4
2003
153
135,094
1.1
5
2004
956
109,297
8.6
Source : DG of Medical Care, MOH, 2005

MMR in hospital based on data from Directorate of Medical Care, MOH, has
described the number of maternal death in hospital per 1,000 live births and maternal deaths
caused are explained in following table.
TABLE 3.8
DISTRIBUTION OF PATIENT IN PREGNANCY, DELIVERY AND POST PARTUM, DEATH
BY TYPE OF DISEASES IN HOSPITAL
IN INDONESIA, 2004
No

BTL

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

234 - 236.9
237.0 - .1
238.0
238.9
241
242.1
242.2
237.9,238.1,
239.0-240,
242.0,242.3,
242.9,244

ICD-10

Diseases

O00 - O09
Pregnancy with abortus
O14 - O15
Eclamsia and preeclamsia
O44
Placenta previa
O46
Antepartum hemorrhage
O72
Post delivery hemorrhage
O60
Premature Delivery
O68
Delivery with fetus complication
O10Other complications of pregnancy
O3,O16,O20and delivery
O25, O29O30,O40-O43,
O45,O47,064O67, O69,074O75,O81-O99
Total
Source : DG of Medical Care, MOH, 2005

Cases

37,055
8,140
3,798
1,861
8,813
2,932
3,044
103,158

21.95
4.82
2.25
1.1
5.22
1.74
1.8
61.11

168,801

Death

CFR

499
145
30
11
43
23
11
1,508

1.3
1.8
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.8
0.8
1.5

2,270

1,4

Seeing from disease type, most obstetric cases in 2004 was caused by pregnancy
complication, delivery and other post partum that was 61.1%. From CFR (Case Fatality
Rate), the highest death was caused by eclamsia and preeclamsia with CFR 1.8%, although
the percentage of its cases was not high that was 4.8%.

19

4. Crude Death Rate (CDR)


The the Inter-Census Population Survey 1995 estimation showed that the CDR was
7.7 per 1,000 population, that decreased to 7.6 per 1,000 population in 1996 and did not show
any changes until 1998. Then in 1999 the CDR decreased to 7.5 per 1,000 populations and
was still decreasing to 7.4 per 1,000 populations in 2000. It shows that tendency of CDR
during the period of 19952000 was relatively stable with a few decreases. Whereas CDR by
province had some variations by range of value from the lowest number of 4.26 per 1,000
population in Riau up to the highest number of 9.43 in DI Yogyakarta.
In the meantime, based on research on all identified death cases in the Household
Health Survey 1995 and the National Health Survey 2001 a description of the proportion of
the main causes of death was obtained that can be seen in the following table.
TABLE 3.9

PATTERN OF MAIN CAUSES OF DEATH IN INDONESIA


RESULTS OF HOUSEHOLD HEALTH SURVEY 1992 AND 1995 AND
NATIONAL HEALTH SURVEY 2001
HOUSEHOLD HEALTH SURVEY 1992
Diseases
%
1. Cardiovascular diseases
16.0 %
2. Tuberculosis
11.0 %
3. Not known
9.8 %
4. Respiratory infection
9.5 %
5. Diarrhea
8.0 %
6. Other infection diseases
7.8 %
7. Bronchitis,asthma/emphysema
5.6 %
8.Trauma, poisoning, injuries
5.3 %
9. Gastro intestinal diseases
5.1%
10. Neoplasm
4.0%

HOUSEHOLD HEALTH SURVEY 1995


Diseases
%
1. Cardiovascular diseases
18.9 %
2. Respiratory infection
15.7 %
3. Tuberculosis
9.6 %
4. Other parasitic infection
7.9 %
5. Diarrhea
7.4 %
6. Gastro intestinal diseases
6.6 %
7. Perinatal health problems
5.2 %
8. Other causes
5.2 %
9. Neoplasm
5.0 %
10. Nervous system diseases
2.5 %

NATIONAL HEALTH SURVEY 2001


Diseases
%
1. Cardiovascular diseases
26.4 %
2. Respiratory infection
12.7 %
3. Tuberculosis
9.4 %
4. Gastro intestinal diseases
7.0 %
5. Neoplasm
6.0 %
6. Injuries
5.6 %
7. Perinatal health problems
4.9 %
8. Typhus
4.3 %
9. Diarrhea
3.8 %
10.Endocrine & metabolic
2.7 %

Source: National Institute of Health Research and Development, and the National Health Survey 2001.

According to Table 3.10 below, CDR in hospital in 2001 decreased to 3.17% because
of the decreasing of deaths number that was 45,135; number of cases had decreased that was
15,721. Meanwhile, in 2002 although number of cases had decreased that were 251,376 cases
but number of deaths had increased that were 6,001 cases (deaths). In 2004, CDR in hospital
(5.09%) showed the increasing that were 27,941 cases.
TABLE 3.10
CRUDE DEATH RATE IN HOSPITAL
IN INDONESIA, 2004
No

Year

Number of Cases

1
2000
2,613,233
2
2001
2,597,512
3
2002
2,346,136
4
2003
2,270,657
5
2004
2,156,797
Source: DG of Medical Care, MOH, 2005

Number of Deaths

127,575
82,440
88,441
81,943
109,884

4.88
3.17
3.77
3.60
5.09

Meanwhile, the main causes of death of inpatient in hospital in 2004 can be seen in
the following table.
20

TABLE 3.11

PATTERN OF MAIN CAUSES OF DEATH IN HOSPITAL BY BASE TABULATION LIST


No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

IN INDONESIA, 2004
Diseases
Number of Deaths
Other Acute Respiratory Infection
5,532
Stroke not mentioning bleeding
4,215
Diarrhea and gastroenteritis by certain infection
3,941
diseases (colitis infection)
117.0-1 Pulmonary Tuberculosis
3,852
043 Malaria (includes all types of malaria)
3,578
169 Pneumoniae
3,103
153 Intracranial hemorrhage
2,868
002 Typhoid and paratyphoid fever
2,619
278 Intracranial injury
2,554
017 Septisemic
2,369
Source: DG of Medical Care, MOH, 2005
Remarks: [a]percentage toward total of deaths in hospital
BTL= Base Tabulation List
BTL
167
155
005

%[a]
4.9
3.8
3.6
3.5
3.2
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.3
2.1

5. Life Expectancy at Birth (LE)


The decreasing Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) very much influences on the increasing
the life expectancy at birth (LE). IMR is very sensitive to the changes of health status and
peoples welfare, so that the improvement of health status is reflected by the decreasing IMR
and the increasing life expectancy at birth. The increased life expectancy at birth will
indirectly provide a description on the increased quality of life and community health status.
Life expectancy at birth of the Indonesian population from year to year has
meaningfully and continuously improved especially during the period of 1980-1995.
Estimation of life expectancy at birth was 52.41 in 1980 (SP 1980) increased to 63.48 in 1995
(Inter-Census Population Survey 1995), and was estimated to be 66.2 in 2002 (Indonesian
Demographic and Health Survey 2002-2003). In 2002, provinces with the highest LE rates
were DI Yogyakarta (72.4 years), DKI Jakarta (72.3 years), and North Sulawesi (70.9 years).
Meanwhile provinces with the lowest LE rates were West Nusa Tenggara (59.3 years), South
Kalimantan (61.3 years), and Banten (62.4 years). Description of the development of the life
expectancy rate for the last 12 years can be seen in the following table.

Year
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2002[a]

TABLE 3.12
LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH (Eo)
BY SEX IN 1990 2002
Male
Female
50.59
60.00
60.42
60.79
61.16
61.54
61.91
62.29
62.63
63.55
63.45
-

63.28
63.71
64.15
64.54
64.92
65.31
65.71
65.71
66.45
67.41
67.30
-

21

Male + Female
61.49
61.91
62.34
62.72
63.10
63.48
63.86
63.86
64.59
65.54
65.43
66,20

Source: Indicator for Childs Welfare 2001


(SP 1990, 2000 and INTER-CENSUS POPULATION SURVEY 1995 estimation)
[a]
Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey 2002-2003

The above table shows that the life expectancy at birth on female group from time to
time is relatively higher than the life expectancy at birth of male group. Details of the Infant
Mortality Rate, Under-Fives Mortality Rate, and life expectancy at birth by province in
20022003 can be seen in Annex 3.1.
B. MORBIDITY
Morbidity data of population that based upon community (community based data) can
be obtained by Morbidity study, and data collecting from Health Office of
District/Municipality, and data recording and reporting from health service facilities (facility
based data). The ten main diseases of outpatient in hospital in 2004 is presented in Table 3.13
below.
TABLE 3.13
TEN MAIN DISEASES OF OUTPATIENT
IN HOSPITALS 2004
No

Diseases

1
Other Acute Respiratory Infection
2
Skin and other subcutan diseases
3
Essensial Hypertension (primer)
4
Other specified, unspecified and multiple injuries
5
Diarrhea & gastroenteritis caused by certain infection (colitis infection)
6
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
7
Diabetes mellitus
8
Pulpa and periapikal
9
Gastritis and duodenitis
10 Acute Pharingitis
Source: DG of Medical Care, MOH

Number of
Visits

1,040,505
419,724
411,355
339,885
336,263
328,739
326,462
288,025
218,508
214,781

7.3
2.9
2.9
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2
1.5
1.5

Meanwhile the ten main diseases of inpatient in hospital, 2004 can be seen in the
following table.
TABLE 3.14
TEN MAIN DISEASES OF INPATIENT
IN HOSPITALS 2004
No

Diseases

1
Diarrhea and gastroenteritis by certain infection diseases (colitis infection)
2
Typhoid and paratyphoid fever
3
Other complications of pregnancy and delivery
4
Dengue haemorrhagic fever
5
Intracranial injury
6
Other specified, unspecified and multiple injuries
7
Fever caused by unknown origin
8
Pneumoniae
9
Other Acute Respiratory Infection
10 Malaria (includes all types of malaria)
Source: DG of Medical Care, MOH

22

Number of
Patients

166,538
77,555
59,908
49,644
48,665
39,620
38,696
37,873
35,321
33,672

7.7
3.6
2.8
2.3
2.3
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.6
1.6

These two above tables show that infection diseases are still the most prevalent
diseases found on outpatient and inpatient in hospital, even though several noncommunicable diseases such as Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension and injuries tend to increase.
Furthermore, the situation of some communicable diseases in need of attention will be
described including the situation of communicable diseases that can be prevented by
immunization, outbreak potential diseases, non-communicable diseases situation, and drug
abuse situation.
1. Communicable Diseases
Communicable diseases that are presented in this chapter are among others Malaria,
Pulmonary TB, HIV/AIDS, Acute Respiratory Infection (ISPA), Leprosy, immunization
preventable diseases, potential diseases, Rabies, Filariasis, Yaws, and Anthrax.
a. Malaria
Malaria is still a community health problem in Indonesia. The development of
Malaria is monitored through Annual Parasite Index (API) for Java-Bali, and Annual Malaria
Index (AMI) for outside Java-Bali, which can be seen in the following Graph.
GRAPH 3.4
ANNUAL PARASITE INCIDENCE MALARIA ()
AND ANNUAL MALARIA INCIDENCE (), 1989 2004
0.9

35
30

0.7
25

0.6
0.5

20

0.4

15

0.3

10

0.2

AMI /1000 Population

API /1000 Population

0.8

0.1
0

0
1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

API

0.21 0.17 0.14 0.12 0.19 0.17 0.07 0.08 0.12

AMI 28.06 24.1

27

0.3

0.52 0.81 0.62 0.47 0.22 0.15

22.79 20.51 22.22 19.38 21.72 16.06 21.97 24.9 31.09 26.2 22.3 21.8 21.2

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

The above figures show that the increase of malaria occurred during the 19972000
period. In April 2000 a Malaria Re-Eradication Movement was initiated. During the year
20012003 the Malaria morbidity rate decreased again. In 2001, Malaria Morbidity Rate in
Java-Bali of 0.62/1,000 population decreased to 0.47/1,000 population in 2002, and based on
2003 data it keeps on decreasing to 0.24/1,000 population. Outside Java-Bali, the Malaria
morbidity rate (including clinical cases) was 26.20/1,000 population in 2001. It was
decreased to 22.30 in 2002, and again to 21.80/1,000 population in 2003 and to 21.20 per
1,000 population in 2004.

23

In 2004, Malaria outbreak occurred in 6 districts in 5 provinces. The outbreaks


attacked 1,959 people and killed 33 people. (Source: Communicable Disease Control and
Environmental Health Profile 2004).
National target for 2010 is 5/1,000 population. The assumption for JavaBali has met
the target. But for outside Java-Bali, it seems that it has not met yet.
More over, in some areas, especially in Eastern part of Indonesia such as Papua,
Maluku, East Nusa Tenggara, North Sulawesi, Gorontalo, Central Sulawesi, East Kalimantan,
West Kalimantan, and Central Kalimantan were still categorized as high endemic areas,. There
were some areas in Western part of Indonesia that were also endemic areas, such as South
Sumatera, Bengkulu, Bangka Belitung and Riau. Comparing to data of 2003, there was the
increasing endemic areas in Sumatera. The number of Malaria cases and Morbidity Rate by
province in 2004 is shown in Annex 3.4 and Annex 3.5.
b. Pulmonary Tuberculosis (Pulmonary TB)
In 2003, Pulmonary TB was the second in the most prevalent diseases for outpatients
and was the 6th in the most prevalent diseases for inpatients in general hospitals. In 2002,
Pulmonary TB was the 4th in the main causes of death in general hospitals in Indonesia.
According to the 2001 National Health Survey, Pulmonary TB was the 3rd in the general
causes of death (9.4%).
According to the 2004 National Health Survey/National Socio-Economic Survey,
55% among population of > 15 years of age who had taken sputum test /pulmonary rontgen
and had positive result, 19% unknown result. Based upon the result from confirmation of
sputum test /pulmonary rontgen it was estimated prevalence of Pulmonary TB in Indonesia
240/100,000 population of > 15 years of age.
The implementation of Pulmonary TB control up to 2003 has decreased Pulmonary
TB prevalence from 130/100,000 population in 2001 to 122/100,000 population in 2002 and
to 115/100,000 population in 2003.
Pulmonary TB attacked not only the lungs but also other organs (extra pulmonary
TB). Number of detected TB cases in 2004 was 214,658 cases, consist of 133,410 positive
Acid Fast Bacteria (AFB) cases, 4,429 relapsed cases, 68,848 negative AFB cases, and 4,267
extra pulmonary cases. The recovery rate target of Pulmonary TB in 2003 with positive AFB
was 86% (data of 2004 was not available). The recovery target of pulmonary TB that must be
reached is 85%.
c. HIV/AIDS
Development of HIV/AIDS continues to show increases; even though various control
and prevention efforts are continuously conducted. The higher the mobility of population
among areas, the spread of economic development centers in Indonesia, the increased unsafe
sexual behavior and the increased abuse of narcotics, psychotropic, and other additive
substances, have simultaneously increased the risk of HIV/AIDS spread level. Indonesia, at
present, is categorized as a country with concentrated epidemic level, i.e. the existence of
more than 5% prevalence in certain population such as sex workers and the drug abusers.
This epidemic level indicates a risky behavior level that is quite actively spreading the
24

diseases in a certain sub-population. The further transfer of the epidemic will be determined
by the quantity and characteristics of the relation between the high-risk population and the
general population.
The number HIV/AIDS patients can be described as an iceberg phenomenon, i.e. the
number of reported patients is less than actual number of patients. This means that the precise
number of HIV/AIDS in Indonesia is still unknown. Meanwhile the reported cumulative
HIV/AIDS cases up to December 31, 2004 were 6,050 cases, consisting of 3,368 HIV
infection cases and 2,682 AIDS cases, and 740 died.
The highest number of AIDS cases was reported by DKI Jakarta, Papua, East Java,
and Bali. According to the population data as a result of the 2000 census the national
cumulative cases of AIDS per 100,000 population was 1.33. The highest rate occurred in
Papua, DKI Jakarta, Bali, Maluku and North Sulawesi. Most of the transmission of AIDS in
2003 occurred through heterosexual relations, but in 2004 most of transmission occurred
through injections (intravenous drug user =IDU). Most of the transmission of AIDS occurred
through injections (IDU) that was related to drug abuse of 44.1%, followed by heterosexual
relations 43.7%, homosexual relations 5.5% then through perinatal period 1.8%, transfussion
0.1% and 4.7% unknown transmission. The proportion of AIDS patients by transmission
method is shown in the following Graph.
GRAPH 3.5
CUMULATIVE PROPORTION OF AIDS PATIENTS
BY TRANSMISSION METHOD UP TO 2004

1.8
4.7
5.5

0.1

IDU
Heterosexual
44.1

Homosexual
Unknow n
Perinatal

43.7

Transfussion

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

The following are descriptions on the development of HIV/AIDS patients up to


December 2004.

25

GRAPH 3.6
NUMBER OF NEW CASES AND CUMULATIVE
HIV PATIENTS DETECTED FROM VARIOUS
HEALTH FACILITIES
2000 2004

GRAPH 3.7
NUMBER OF NEW CASES AND CUMULATIVE
AIDS PATIENTS DETECTED FROM VARIOUS
HEALTH FACILITIES
2000 2004
1500
Number of Cases

Number of Cases

4000
3000
2000
1000
0

1000

500

0
2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

New Cases

403

732

648

168

649

New Cases

74

47

178

219

345

355

Cumulative
Cases

1172

1904

2552

2720

3368

Cumulative
Cases

227

274

452

671

1016

1371

Tahun

2003

Tahun

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and


Environmental Health, MOH RI

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and


Environmental Health, MOH RI

The characteristic of AIDS patients is that most of AIDS patients were males, i.e.
2,193 patients (81.77%) while there were only 443 females patients (20.8%) and 46 cases
(1.71%) were unclear. Viewed from the age group there were 1,418 patients (52.87%) in 2029 years old, 686 patients (25.58%) in 30-39 years old, 235 (8.76%) patients in 40-49 years
old, 119 patients (4.44%) in 15-19 years old, 56 patients (2.09%) in 50-59 years old, 85
patients (3.17%) in >60 year age group,14 patients (0.52%) in 1-4 year age group, 17 patients
(0.63%) in <1 year old, and 47 unknown patients (1.75%). Proportion of AIDS cases by age
group is shown in the following graph.
GRAPH 3.8
CUMULATIVE PROPORTION OF AIDS PATIENTS
BY AGE GROUP UP TO 2004
1-4 years old
1%
<1 year
1%

Unknown
5%

50-59 years old


2%
5-19 years old
40-49 years old
5%
9%

20-29 years old


54%

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

The above graph indicates that cumulatively most of AIDS patients in Indonesia were
in the 20-49 years old (87.21%). As already known most of HIV/AIDS transmissions were
26

through sexual encounters and collective use of needles in IDU. The 20-49 years old is an
active age group in sexual activities. IDUs are also dominated by productive age group and it
can be assumed that these issues are inter-related. If the development of this condition keeps
on going in the long run, besides being a financial burden to the family and the government it
will also become a threat to the productivity of the work-force in Indonesia. Cumulative
number of AIDS cases by nation and province up to December 31, 2004 can be seen in
Annex 3.7.
Graph 3.9 is a map of Indonesia, can be seen the Case Rate of AIDS by province in
2004.

GRAPH 3.9
CUMULATIVE PROPORTION OF AIDS PATIENTS
BY PROVINCE UP TO 2004

d. Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI)


The ten most prevalent patterns of diseases in general hospitals as well as the data of
the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey and the National Health Survey indicated the
high prevalence of ARI cases. The prevalence of ARI cases in several years according to the
Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey can be seen in the following table.

27

TABLE 3.15
ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTION
BY MOST PREVALENT AGE GROUP
1991, 1994, 1997, AND 2002-2003
Year

Prevalence

Most prevalent age group

1991

9.8%

12 - 23 months

1994

10%

6 - 35 months

1997

9%

6 - 11 months

2002-2003

8%

6 - 23 months

Source: Results of the Demographic and Health Survey of 1991, 1994, 1997, and 2002-2003

ARI is also still a main cause of infants and under-fives deaths in Indonesia. The
following table presents a proportion of infants and under-fives deaths caused by ARI.
TABLE 3.16
PROPORTION AND RANK OF ARI/RESPIRATORY DISEASES
AS CAUSES OF DEATHS OF INFANTS AND UNDER-FIVES
BASED ON THE RESULT OF THE HOUSEHOLD HEALTH SURVEY 1986, 1992, 1995,
AND THE NATIONAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY 2001
Year of
Household
Health Survey/

Death Causes of Infants


Diseases

Death Causes of Under-Fives Children

Proportion Rank

Diseases

Proportion

Rank

Nat S-E Survey


HHS 1986

Respiratory diseases

12.4%

Respiratory system

22.88%

HHS 1992

Respiratory diseases

36.0%

Respiratory system

18.2%

HHS 1995

Respiratory diseases

Nat S-E Survey Respiratory system


2001

29.5%

Respiratory system disorder

38.8%

27.6%

Pneumonia Respiratory system

22.8%

Based on the above table, according to some Household Health Surveys, ARI and the
respiratory system diseases were the main causes of deaths of infants and under-fives. It is
known that 80-90% of the total ARI death cases were caused of Pneumonia and Pneumonia
was the first cause of under-fives children deaths in the 2001 National Socio-Economic
Survey. ARI as the main cause of death of infants and under-fives is probably because this is
an acute disease and inadequate quality of management.
Meanwhile, there were 625,611 cases of Pneumonia in under-fives in 2004, an
increasing compared to the previous year. The results of Pneumonia case detection in underfives during the last 5 years can be seen in the following table.

28

TABLE 3.17
RESULT OF DETECTED UNDER-FIVES PNEUMONIA PATIENTS
YEAR 2000 2004

Year

Cases

2000

479,283

2001

619,107

2002

549,035

2003

502,275

2004

625,611

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

e. Leprosy
For ten years (1991-2001) the national prevalence of Leprosy decreased from 4.5 per
10,000 populations in 1991 to 0.85 per 10,000 populations in 2001. In 2002, the prevalence
slightly increased to 0.95 and in 2003 it keeps on decreasing to 0.8 per 10,000 populations,
but then increased to 0.93 per 10,000 populations in 2004. Nationally, Indonesia has obtained
elimination of leprosy in June 2000.
In global situation, Indonesia was the third in contributing leprosy patients after India
and Brazil. This problem was worsened by the still high stigma in the community and some
of the health personnel. Result of this condition was that most patients and ex-patients were
expelled and they were unable to obtain access to health services as well as to the labor
market causing decreasing in the poverty rate.
The description of leprosy diseases that was indicated the existence of a sharp
decreasing of leprosy patients in 1991, when 24 doses of multi drug therapy (MDT) was
initiated. The number of leprosy patients decreased from 120,000 in 1990 to 19,666 in 2004
(meanwhile, based upon the result of collecting and processing of Minimum Service Standard
Performance Indicator in the Health Sector in Annex 3.9 that is reported 19,283 cases of
Leprosy), so the prevalence was decreased by itself from 5.9 to 0.93/10,000 populations.
NCDR graphic shows increased new case detections in 1997, 1998 and 1999. This was
probably caused by the intensification of case detection by the Leprosy Elimination
Campaign (LEC) conducted in 109 endemic districts during these years.
Although Indonesia has reached leprosy elimination in the mid 2000, leprosy still
remains one of the public health problems, indicated by the still high number of leprosy
patients in Indonesia. In 2004, 16,672 new leprosy patients were found and 12,957 cases
(78%) of these were MB type patients known as infectious.
Description of leprosy patients during the last five years can be seen in the following
table.

29

TABLE 3.18
NUMBER OF LEPROSY PATIENTS BY TYPE
AND CASE DETECTION RATE (CDR) PER 100,000 POPULATION
1999 2004

Number of Leprosy Patients


MB Type
PB Type
All types
11,267
3,430
14,697

Year
2000

CDR /100,000
Population
7.22

2001

10,768

3,293

14,061

6.91

2002

12,376

3,853

16,229

7.77

2003

11,956

3,594

15,549

7.29

2004

12,957

3,715

16,672

CDR = Case Detection Rate, MB = Multi Basiler, PB = Pausi Basiler


Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Besides, 8.6% of the newly detected patients were already in the 2nd level i.e. with
visible physical defects, and 10.6% of them were children. This percentage is still above the
percentage of program indicator (5%). This situation described the still continuing
transmission and inadequate community awareness on leprosy and thus patients are detected
already in a physical defect condition.
Development of leprosy was indicated with the prevalence and detection of new
patients for the last five years can be seen in the following graphs.
GRAPH 3.10
PROPORTION OF 2ND LEVEL PHYSICAL DEFECTS
IN NEW LEPROSY PATIENTS
2000 - 2004

% 2nd Physical Defects

9
8.5

8.9
8.6
8.4

8
7.7

7.5
7
2000

2001

2002

2003

Year

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

30

2004

GRAPH 3.11
PROPORTION OF NEW CHILD LEPROSY PATIENTS,
2000-2004

% Children Patients

12

10,2

10,05

10,6

10,7

2003

2004

8,9

10
8
6
4
2
0
2000

2001

2002
Year

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Meanwhile, from in the map below shows that Indonesia still has several area of
leprosy mostly in East Area of Indonesia. In 2004 there were 12 provinces that did not reach
the elimination of leprosy, such as Province of Nanggroe Aceh Darusalam, East Java, South
Kalimantan, North Sulawesi, Gorontalo, Central Sulawesi, South Sulawesi, South East
Sulawesi, East Nusa Tenggara, Maluku, North Maluku and Papua.
GRAPH 3.12
LEPROSY SITUATION IN 2004

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

31

f. Immunization Preventable Diseases


Immunization Preventable Diseases (IPD) are diseases that can be prevented with the
implementation of the immunization program. IPD in this chapter includes Tetanus
Neonatorum, Measles, Diphtheria, Pertussis and Hepatitis B. Polio will be discussed in
Chapter IV.
1) Tetanus Neonatorum
Number of Tetanus Neonatorum cases in 2003 was 175 cases with a Case Fatality
Rate (CFR) of 56%, a slight decrease compared to previous year. This was probably caused
by the increased coverage of deliveries attended by health personnel. However, as a whole
CFR remains high. Management of Neonatorum Tetanus is not easy, so that most important
is the preventive effort i.e. hygienic delivery assistance supported by Tetanus Toxoid
Immunization for pregnant woman.
GRAPH 3.13
NUMBER OF TETANUS NEONATORUM CASES AND CFR
IN INDONESIA, 2000 2003
80.00

250

60.00

200
150

40.00

100

20.00

50
0

Case
Died
CFR (%)

CFR (%)

Number of Case/Death

300

2000

2001

2002

2003

281

183

147

175

183

100

91

98

48.04

54.64

61.90

56.00

0.00

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

The highest number of Tetanus Neonatorum cases in 2003 was in the provinces of
Banten (46 cases), East Java (38 cases), and Lampung (16 cases). Data on the number of
Tetanus Neonatorum cases by province in 2003 is presented in Annex 3.8.
2) Measles
Measles is a communicable disease that mostly causes outbreaks. By 2003, Measles
outbreak frequency was in the second rank after DHF. Measles outbreak in 2004 occurred 97
times with 2,818 cases and 44 death cases (CFR: 1.56 %). Frequency of Measles outbreak
during last 5 years is shown in the following table.

32

TABLE 3.19
FREQUENCY, NUMBER OF PATIENTS, AND CFR OF MEASLES OUTBREAK
YEAR 1999 2004
Outbreak
Number of
Year
CFR (%)
Frequency
Patients

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004

101
32
247
89
97

1,259
85
5,509
2,914
2,818

0.30
1.60
1.45
0.30
1.56

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Meanwhile, the number of measles cases per 10,000 populations by age group in 2004
can be seen in the following table.
TABLE 3.20
NUMBER OF CASES AND INCIDENCE RATE OF MEASLES PER 10,000 POPULATION
2004

Age Group

Cases

<1

1,559

1-4

4,252

5-9

2,761

10-14

2,016

>15

1,774

Unknown

16,809

Total

29,171

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Data on the number of new measles cases managed by the health centers and hospitals
in 1997-2002 was based on Integrated Surveillance System activities are presented in the
following table.
TABLE 3.21
NUMBER OF MEASLES CASES IN HOSPITALS AND HEALTH CENTERS, 1997 2002
Year
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002

Cases in hospitals
Inpatients
Outpatients
1,498
2,842
4,958
6,601
8,599
10,063
2,735
5,995
2,735
5,995
581
4,951

Cases in Health
Centers (outpatients)
23,541
41,465
55,301
39,059
39,059
14,591

Source : DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

33

Number of cases and incidence rate of Measles by province in 2004 is presented in


Annex 3.10. There were 29,171 cases of Measles, mostly in Province of West Java, then
followed by Banten and DKI Jakarta.
3) Diphtheria
Diphtheria is a communicable disease with few numbers of cases. The low diphtheria
cases were very much influenced by the existing immunization program. However,
Diphtheria outbreaks still occur and the CFR is high. In 2004, 34 outbreaks occurred with
106 cases and 9.4% CFR. The frequency of Diphtheria outbreaks, number of cases and CFR
in 2000-2004 is presented in the following table.
TABLE 3.22
FREQUENCY OF OUTBREAKS, NUMBER OF CASES AND CFR OF DIPHTHERIA
2000 2004
Year

Outbreak frequency

Cases

CFR (%)

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004

34
29
43
54
34

38
29
60
86
106

26
21
13
23
9.4

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Based on report of routine data of Integrated Disease Surveilance (Surveilans Penyakit


Terpadu = SPT) in 2003, number of diphtheria cases was 195 cases with the highest
incidence rate on <1 year old children, as presented in the following table.
TABLE 3.23
CASES AND INCIDENCE RATE OF DIPHTHERIA PER 10,000 POPULATION, 2003

Age
< 1 yr
1-4 yrs
5-14 yrs
Total

Cases
31
70
94
195

Incidence Rate per


10,000 Population
0.07
0.05
0.02

Source : DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Number of cases and incidence rate of Diphtheria by province in 2004 is presented in


Annex 3.11.
4) Pertussis/ Whooping Cough
In 2004, number of Pertussis cases in hospital, as follow that were 355 cases of
outpatient and inpatient were 17 cases, then in Health Center were 1,204 cases. There were 4
death cases, with the highest incidence in children of under 1 year of age.
34

TABLE 3.24

CASES OF PERTUSSIS PER 10,000 POPULATION


2004

Age Group
<1
1-4
5-14
15-44
>45
Total

Cases
173
367
309
398
329
1,576

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Pertussis outbreaks occurred 2 times in 2004 with 2 cases. The following table shows
that frequency of Pertussis outbreak tends to increase.
TABLE 3.25
FREQUENCY, NUMBER OF CASES AND CFR OF PERTUSSIS OUTBREAK,
2000 2004

Year

Frequency

Cases

CFR (%)

2000

2001

33.3

2002

2003

124

2004
2
2
0
Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Number of cases and incidence rate of Pertussis by province in 2004 is presented in


Annex 3.12.

5) Hepatitis
In 2004, number of Clinical Hepatitis cases in hospital as follows, that were 1,412
cases of outpatient and 1,038 cases of inpatient, then in Health Center were 6,330 cases. That
were 7 cases of deaths.
During 2000-2003 periods the incidence rate fluctuated but in 2003 a slight increase
occurred.

35

40,000

2.00

30,000

1.50

20,000

1.00

10,000

0.50

0
Number of Cases
Incidence Rate

Incidence Rate

Number of Cases

GRAPH 3.14
NUMBER OF CASES AND INCIDENCE RATE OF HEPATITIS PER 10,000 POPULATION,
YEAR 2000 2003

0.00
2000

2001

2002

2003

17,539

26,754

13,123

29,597

0.83

1.30

0.60

1.40

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

The number of Clinical Hepatitis cases by province in 2004 is presented in Annex


3.13.
g. Outbreaks/Epidemic Potential Diseases
Some communicable diseases have the potential to create outbreaks as well as
epidemics. The highest frequency of outbreaks are Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever, Measles,
Tetanus Neonatorum, food poisoning and Diarrhea; while the highest CFR was Dengue
Shock Sydrome (100%, 7 deaths from 7 cases), Leptospirosis (100%, 1 death from 1 case)
and Tetanus Neonatorum (53%, 39 deaths from 73 cases). Data of diseases causing outbreaks
in Indonesia in 2004 can be seen in Annex 3.14.
1) Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever
Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever (DHF) has spread to all provincial areas and the number
of infected districts up to 2004 is 326 districts/municipalities. DHF often emerges as an
outbreak with relatively high morbidity and mortality rates. The national DHF incidence rate
fluctuated from year to year. At the beginning, epidemic patterns occurred every five years,
but during the last 15 years it has changed to 2-5 years period. Meanwhile the morbidity rate
tends to decrease. In 2004, the reported DHF cases were 79,462 with a mortality rate (CFR)
of 1.2 % and an incidence rate of 37.11 cases/100,000 population (Source: Communicable
Disease Control and Environmental Health Profile 2004). Development of the incidence rate
and the morbidity rate due to DHF during 2000-2004 can be seen in the following Graph.

36

GRAPH 3.15
INCIDENCE RATE (PER 100,000 POPULATION) AND CFR (%)
OF DENGUE HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER
2000 2004

2,5

30,00

2,0
20,00

1,5
1,0

10,00
0,5
0,00

Incidence Rate
CFR (%)

3,0

CFR (%)

Incidence Rate
per 100.000 population

40,00

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

10,17

15,99

19,24

23,87

37,11

2,0

1,4

1,3

1,5

1,2

0,0

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

In 2004, provinces with the highest DHF incidence rates were DKI Jakarta
(260.08/100,000 population), East Kalimantan (91.37/100,000 population), and DI
Yogyakarta (66.89/100,000 population). The number of cases, morbidity rate and incidence
rate of DHF by province in 2000-2004 can be seen in Annex 3.5; while the number of
districts being infected by DHF by province during 2001-2004 can be seen in Annex 3.15.
In 2004, when there was DHF outbreak in Indonesia, Indonesian Government through
Ministry of Health in press release February 16, 2004 mentioning the outbreak of DHF was
happening and in February 24, 12 provinces was categorized by Outbreak Provinces that
were all provinces in Java Island, NAD, Bali, South Kalimantan, South Sulawesi, West Nusa
Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara. Highest Incidence Rate in DKI Jakarta that was 60.29 per
100,000 population with CFR 0.8%, followed by East Nusa Tenggara (IR 12.47 per 100,000
population, CFR 4.1%) and DI Yogyakarta (IR 11.94 per 100,000 population, CFR 3.8%).
Other provinces that also showed the increasing cases were in Province Riau, South
Sumatera, West Sumatera, Lampung, East Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, West
Kalimantan, North Sulawesi and Papua. The peak of DHF outbreak in March and April, all
provinces had tendency to decrease in outbreak area or non outbreak gradually was back to
normal condition.
TABLE 3.26
CASES AND DEATHS IN OUTBREAK DHF, 2004

Incidence Rate per


100,000 Population

Case Fatality Rate

January

5.4

2.0

February

11.4

1.2

March

27.3

1.1

April

1.4

0.6

Month

(%)

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

37

2). Diarrhea
The Diarrhea morbidity rate in 2000 (survey by Sub-Directorate of Diarrhea) was
301/1,000 population and the episode in under-fives was 1.3 times/year. In 2003, the
morbidity rate of diarrhea was increased into 374/1,000 population and episode in under-fives
was 1.08 times/year. These morbidity rates were higher than the survey result in 1996
(280/1,000 population) while the frequency in under-fives was 1.08 times/year. Coverage of
diarrhea cases being treated and reported during last four years has a tendency to decrease.
The reported cases in 2000 were 4,771,340; 2,873,414 cases were reported in 2001,
1,788,492 cases in 2002, and 1,950,745 in 2003. We can not say that diarrhea incidence was
decreased because the coverage of received reports was also decreased.
According to the results of the Household Health Survey and the National Health
Survey in 2001 diarrhea remains the main cause of death of infants and under-fives as
presented in the following table.
TABLE 3.27
PROPORTION AND RANK OF DIARRHEA
AS THE CAUSE OF DEATH OF INFANTS AND UNDER-FIVES,
1986, 1992, 1995, AND 2001

Year of Survey
HHS1986
HHS1992
HHS1995
Nat S-E Survey
2001

Cause of Death of Infants


Proportion

Rank

15.5 %
11 % .
13.9 %
9.4 %

3
2
3
3

Cause of Death
of Under-Fives
Proportion
Rank
15.3 %
13.2 %

3
2

Source: HHS=Household Survey, Nat S-E Survey=National Socio-Economic Survey

In 2004, Diarrhea was the disease with the 5th most frequency of outbreak after DHF,
Measles, Tetanus Neonatorum and food poisoning. Description of Diarrhea Outbreak in last five
years can be seen in the following table.
TABLE 3.28
DIARRHEA OUTBREAKS BY PROVINCES WITH OUTBREAKS,
NUMBER OF CASES, DEATHS, AND CFR, 1999 2004

Year

Number of
Provinces

Number of cases

Deaths

CFR (%)

2000

16

5,680

109

1.92

2001

12

4,428

100

2.26

2002

15

5,789

94

1.62

2003

22

4,622

128

2.77

2004*

17

1,315

53

1.60

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI


* Profile of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health 2004

38

h. Rabies
In 2004, 12,559 bitten cases by animal that infected by rabies had been reported.
Rabies cases occurred in 123 districts/municipalities. Number of animal specimen examined
were 1,378, and positive examination were 1,122 (81.42%). Rabies outbreaks occurred 40
times with 132 cases and 13 cases of deaths (CFR 10%).
The number and percentage of infected districts and the number of animal bite cases
infected by Rabies as well as the result of animal specimen examination by province in 2004
can be seen in Annex 3.17.
i. Filariasis
The Filariasis Elimination Program was conducted based on the WHO global
agreement in 2000 The Global Goal of Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis as a Public
Health Problem in the Year 2020.
Up to 2004 filariasis chronic cases have spread to 30 provinces and more than 231
districts in Indonesia with 8,243 chronic cases. There were 88 districts/municipalities which
had endemic status, spreading in 22 provinces. Today, in Indonesia 3 species of filarial worm
i.e. Wucherecia bancrofti, Brugia malayi and Brugia timori were found. The number of
filariasis cases by province in 2000-2004 can be seen in Annex 3.3.
j. Yaws
Up to now yaws can not be eliminated from Indonesia yet, although the national
prevalence rate is already less than 1/10,000 population. Nationally, Prevalence rate in
2003/2004 was 0.26 per 10,000 population. High prevalence rates occurred in eastern part of
Indonesia such as East Nusa Tenggara, South-East Sulawesi and Papua. High prevalences in
those areas were because most of yaws patients live in hinterlands and difficult to obtain
health services and the living environment is less beneficial. Description of yaws prevalence
rate in 1984-2004 can be seen in the following graph.

25
22,1

20
15
10
5

19,3

13,3
9,5

8,2

6,6
2,2

3
1

0,8

0,8

2
0,1

0,24

0,15 0,26

84
/8
5
85
/8
6
86
/8
7
87
/8
8
88
/8
9
89
/9
0
90
/9
1
91
/9
2
92
/9
3
93
/9
4
94
/9
5
95
/9
6
96
/9
7
97
/9
8
98
/9
9
99
/0
0
00
/0
1
01
/0
2
02
/0
3
03
/0
4

PR/10.000 population

GRAPH 3.16
YAWS PREVALENCE IN INDONESIA, 1984-2004

Year

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

39

k. Anthrax
In 2004, Anthrax cases were reported by 4 anthrax endemic areas i.e. West Java,
Central Java, West Nusa Tenggara, and East Nusa Tenggara. In 2004, number of anthrax
cases was 109 cases and 8 cases of deaths among them (CFR = 7.3%). Cases of deaths was
reported from District of Bogor (6 cases) and District of Ende (2 cases).
TABLE 3.29
NUMBER OF CASES AND DEATHS OF ANTHRAX, 2000 2004

Year

Number of Cases

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004

Deaths

34
25
35
40
109

CFR (%)

0
2
8
2
8

0
8
22.9
5
7.3

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

2. Non Communicable Diseases


The more improved the globalization is in all sectors the more changes in the behavior
and life style of the community, including food consumption pattern. Those changes without
being noticed has influenced the occurrence of epidemiologic transition with the more
increasing non-communicable diseases case such as cardiac diseases, tumor, diabetes,
hypertension, renal failure, etc.
Based on the hospital reports in 2004, descriptions on the main causes of deaths in
hospital inpatients due to non-communicable diseases can be seen in the following table.
TABLE 3.30

PROPORTION OF NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES


AS MAIN CAUSES OF DEATHS, 2004
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8
9
10

Diseases

Number of Deaths

Stroke not mentioning bleeding


Intracranial hemorrhage
Intracranial injury
Diabetes mellitus
Other renal failures
Other cardiac failures
Fetus growth retardation, fetus malnutrition
and interfere with short term pregnancy and
low birth weight
Cardiac failures
Essensial hypertension (primer)
Road transportation accident

Source: DG of Medical Care, MOH

40

4,215
2,868
2,554
2,353
2,317
2,257

% of All
Deaths in Hospital
3.8
2.6
2.3
2.1
2.1
2.0

2,257

2.0

1,552
1,510
1,430

1.4
1.4
1.3

a. Cardiac Disease and Circulatory System


Circulatory system diseases ranked first in the general causes of deaths in Indonesia
according to the 1992 and 1995 Household Health Surveys and the 2001 National Health
Survey. In 2004, stroke not mentioning bleeding of infark was 2nd cause of deaths in general
hospital (Table 3.11). Stroke, Cardiac diseases and Hypertension was in the 1st of non
communicable diseases as the cause of deaths in hospital (Table 3.30). Hypertension ranked
3rd in outpatients in hospitals in Indonesia (Table 3.13).
Based on the 2004 Household Health Surveys was reported that 2.2% of population >
15 years of age had been diagnosed cardiac disease by health provider. From the result of the
2004 National Health Survey was reported that 1.3% of population > 15 years old had been
diagnosed angina pectoris (pain/short-winded in thorax that can spread to above part of body
especially to the left arm was indication of cardiac attack).
TABLE 3.31
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION > 15 YEARS OF AGE
WHO HAD BEEN DIAGNOSED CARDIAC DISEASE (ANGINA PECTORIS)
BY HEALTH PROVIDER

Area

Percentage

Sumatera
1.3
Java-Bali
1.3
Eastern part of Indonesia
1.2
Indonesia
1.3
Source: National Health Survey/National Socio-Economic Survey 2004

b. Rheumatism (Body Joints Disease)


Rheumatism (Body Joints disease) is chronic infection that attack body joints and its
function. From the result of National Health Survey/National Socio-Economic Survey 2004,
6% among population > 15 years of age had been diagnosed rheumatism by health provider.
Meanwhile, result of National Health Survey/Household Health Surveys 2004, 11% among
population > 15 years of age had been diagnosed rheumatism.
TABLE 3.32
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION > 15 YEARS OF AGE
WHO HAD BEEN DIAGNOSED RHEUMATISM
BY HEALTH PROVIDER

Area

Percentage

Sumatera
Java-Bali
Eastern part of Indonesia
Indonesia

6.1
6.3
5.0
6.0

Source: National Health Survey/National Socio-Economic Survey 2004

41

c. Diabetes Mellitus
In 2004, Diabetes Mellitus was 7th disease of the most prevalence in outpatient in
hospital (Table 3.13) and 4th of main causes of deaths in hospital (Table 3.30). Based upon
National Health Survey/SKRT 2004, 1% of population of > 15 years of age had been diagnosed
Diabetes by health provider.
d. Neoplasm/Tumor
Neoplasm/tumor indicated increased level in the pattern of general death causing
diseases in Indonesia. In the 1992 Household Health Survey neoplasm ranked 10th, while in
the 1995 Household Health Survey it ranked 9th, then in the 2001 National Health Survey it
ranked 5th.
The rank of Malignant Neoplasm in hospital in Indonesia, 2004, can be seen in the
two tables below.
TABLE 3. 33
10 MAIN DISEASES OF MALIGNANT NEOPLASM
INPATIENT IN HOSPITAL IN INDONESIA, 2004
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Diseases
Malignant neoplasm of breast
Malignant neoplasm of servics uterus
Malignant neoplasm of nasopharing
Other malignant neoplasm of skin
Limphoma non Hodgskin
Leukemia
Malignant neoplasm of rectosigmoid, rectum and anus
Malignant neoplasm of colon
Malignant neoplasm of bronchus & lung
Malignant neoplasm of ovarium

Number of Visits

24,544
11,254
4,854
4,534
4,516
3,644
3,280
3,217
2,757
2,650

28.4
13
5.6
5.1
5.2
4.2
3.8
3.7
3.2
3.1

TABLE 3.34
10 MAIN DISEASES OF MALIGNANT NEOPLASM

OUTPATIENT IN HOSPITAL IN INDONESIA, 2004


No

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Disease
Malignant neoplasm of breast
Malignant neoplasm of servics uterus
Malignant neoplasm of liver and gall/bile duct intrahepatic
Leukemia
Limphoma non Hodgskin
Malignant neoplasm of bronchus & lung
Malignant neoplasm of ovarium
Malignant neoplasm of colon
Malignant neoplasm of rectosigmoid, rectum and anus
Malignant neoplasm of nasopharing

42

Number of Visit

5,196
3,818
3,574
2,648
2,390
2,124
1,680
1,382
1,354
1,037

15.1
11
10.3
7.6
6.9
6.1
4.8
3.9
3.9
3

e. Injury and Road Transportation Accident (RTA)


In the Table of Proportion of Non Communicable Diseases as the main cause of
deaths in hospital (Table 3.11) and The Pattern of 10 Main Diseases of Outpatient/Inpatient
in hospital (Table 3.13 dan 3.14), injury/intracranial hemorrhage and body injury multiple
was the ten main diseases. Intracranial injury was the 8th disease of the main diseases cause
death in hospital in 2004 (Table 3.11). Meanwhile, RTA was 1.3% of diseases cause death in
hospital or the 10th of non communicable disease cause death in hospital (Table 3.30).
RTA can cause light injury, hard injury and death. In 2004, it was reported 17,732
cases of RTA with 32,271 victims, consist of 11,204 dead victims (34.72%), 8,983 hard
injured victims (27.84%), and 12,084 light injured victims (37.45%). Most RTA was in DKI
Jakarta following by Province East Java and West Java. Meanwhile, the highest percentage of
death victims was in Province South Kalimantan, then followed by Bangka Belitung and
West Sumatera. The data of RTA by province in 2004 can be seen in Annex 3.19.
According to National Health Survey/National Socio-Economic Survey 2004,
prevalence of injury caused by RTA in Indonesia in population of > 15 years of age was
1.02%, the highest prevalence was in DI Yogyakarta (3.04%) and the lowest was in North
Maluku (0.28%). Prevalence of injury caused by RTA in urban area was 1.3%, meanwhile in
rural was 0.8%. Meanwhile, prevalence of injury caused by non-RTA (falling down, burning,
poisoning, sink, violence, etc) in population of > 15 years of age was 0.4%.
Based on National Health Survey/Household Health Surveys 2004, the prevalence of
population of > 15 years of age caused by RTA in last one year was 2.9% with the highest
prevalence in age group of 15-24 years of age. Meanwhile, the prevalence of population of >
15 years of age caused by non- RTA was 2.8% with highest prevalence in age group of 65
years old and over.
f. Health Problem of Teeth and Mouth
Based on National Health Survey/Household Health Surveys 2004, 38.5% of
population of > 15 years of age who had problem of teeth and mouth, and 6.5% of population
> 15 years of age who had loss all teeth.
TABLE 3.35
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION > 15 YEARS OF AGE WHO HAD HEALTH PROBLEM OF
TEETH AND MOUTH, LOSS ALL TEETH

Percentage of Population > 15 Years of Age


Age Group
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
>65
Indonesia

Dental and Mouth


Problem
33.9
38.9
39.3
43.4
39.3
34.9
38.5

Source: National Health Survey/Household Health Surveys 2004

43

Loss All Teeth


1.0
1.4
1.7
7.3
18.2
29.6
6.5

3. Drug Abuse
Viewed from its type, drug abuse is a mental and behavioral disease, with a very large
impact on the related mental condition and problems of social relationship. Even though no
fixed data is available on the number of addictive substances abuse cases, but it is estimated
that for the last few years the number of drug abuse cases tend to increase, even though the
real number in the community is estimated bigger than the reported cases from health
services, such as the iceberg phenomenon.
According to Drug Dependency Hospital (RSKO) Jakartas report in the last 7 years,
(19972004), total visits of drug abuse outpatients and inpatients in Drug Dependency
Hospital (RSKO) Jakarta, showed fluctuations in number. In 1997, 4,307 visits were
recorded, while in 1998 the number increased to 5,741 visits, and in 1999 it kept on
increasing to 9,714 visits. In 2000, the number of visits decreased to 5,420 visits, but in 2001
it increased to 6,395 visits, and in 2002 it increased again to 4,160 visits. In 2003-2004,
number of visits of drug abuse out- and inpatients in Drug Dependency Hospital (RSKO),
Jakarta increased to 4,420 visits in 2003 and 4,515 visits in 2004. Number of visits of drug
abuse patients of Drug Dependency Hospital (RSKO) in 1997 2004 period can be seen in
the following graph and table.
GRAPH 3.17
NUMBER O F VISITS O F O UTPATIENT AND INPATIENT
IN DRUG DEPENDENCY HO SPITAL
1997 - 2004

10.000

0
Outpatient Visits
Inpatient Visits

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

3.652

5.008

8.823

4.667

5.683

4.160

4.420

4.515

655

733

891

753

712

534

506

379

In fact, number of visits of outpatient and inpatient of Drug Dependency Hospital did
not describe the number of drug abuser, because a patient can visit this hospital more than
one visit.
Detail data about number of outpatient and inpatient in Drug Dependency Hospital
(RSKO) 1997-2004 is presented in the following table.

Outpatient

TABLE 3.36
NUMBER OF VISITS OUTPATIENT AND INPATIENT
IN DRUG DEPENDENCY HOSPITAL (RSKO), JAKARTA
1997 2004
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002

2003

2004

3,652

5,008

8,823

4,667

5,683

4,160

4,420

4,515

Inpatient
655
733
891
753
Source: Drug Dependency Hospital (RSKO), Jakarta, 2005

712

534

506

379

Then, from data collecting of Center for Data and Information, MOH, number of drug
abuser in drug abuser institutions in 2001 were 5,321 (from 10 institutions) and in 2002 was
3,860 from 28 institutions (General Hospital, Mental Hospital, Health Center, Rehabilitation
44

Center, Narcotics Correctional Institution and Islamic Center) and 881 from 2 NGOs. In
2003, number of drug abuser were 3,583 from 42 institutions and 727 from 2 NGOs. Then in
2004, number of drug abuser in 70 institutions was 6,218 and 484 from NGO.
Number of drug abuser from 20012004 is shown in the following table.
TABLE 3.37
NUMBER OF DRUG ABUSER
2001 2004

Number of Drug Abuser


In
Institution

Year

Non
Government
Organization

Remarks

2001

5,321

10 institutions

2002

3,860

881

28 inst.+ 2 NGOs

2003

3,583

727

42 inst.+ 2 NGOs

2004

6,218

484

70 inst.+ 1 NGO

If we take a look drug abuse pattern by sex and drug type (Table 3.38), from 2,530
male drug abusers in 2003, 40.6% used opiates/heroin, then 24.6% used marijuana/cannabis,
6.9% used amphetamine/ecstasy, 6.8% used alcohol, and others used sedative/hypnotics,
inhalation, multiple, etc. Then from 210 female drug abusers, 45.2% used opiate/heroin,
13.8% used amphetamine/ecstasy, 5.2% used marijuana/cannabis, and others used
sedative/hypnotics, inhalation, alcohol, multiple, etc.
In 2004, from 3,686 male drug abusers, 29.1 % used opiate/heroin, 20.3% used
marijuana/cannabis, 12.2% used amphetamine/ecstasy and 13.9% used multiple. Then from
323 female drug abusers, 45.2% used amphetamine/ecstasy, 17% used opiate/heroin and
10.5% used multiple.
In Table 3.39, it can be seen the drug abuse pattern from drug type by sex. In 2003,
drug abuser mostly was male (92.3%) and others was female (only 7.7%). But, if we take a
look by drug type that was used, proportion of drug abuser for drug type by sex, i.e.
proportion of female drug abuser for inhalation 50% or same proportion between male and
female, proportion of amphetamine/ecstasy (14.2%) and others (35.1%).
In 2004, the comparison between male and female in amphetamine/ecstasy abuse, the
proportion between male and female was 3:1 (75.5% of male drug abuser and 24.5% female
drug abuser). (Graph 3.18)
GRAPH 3.18
PROPORTION OF MALE AND FEMALE IN DRUG ABUSE
2004

Multiple
Sedative/Hipnotics
Amphet/Ecstasy
Cannabis
Opiate/Heroin

0%

25%

50%

75%

100%

Opiate/Heroin

Cannabis

Amphet/Ecstasy

Sedative/Hipnotics

Male

4.88

1.32

24.5

2.34

6.24

Female

95.12

98.68

75.5

97.66

93.76

45

Multiple

TABLE 3.38
NUMBER AND PROPORTION OF DRUG ABUSER
BY SEX AND DRUGS TYPE
2003 - 2004
Number of Drug Abuser

Number of Drug Abuser

in 42 institutions (without RSKO and YPI)

in 69 institutions (without RSKO and KI Atmajaya)

2003

2004

Drugs
Male
Total

Opiate/Heroin

Male+

Female
%

Total

Male

Female

Total

Total

Male+

Female
%

Total

Female

Total

1,028

40.6

95

45.2

1,123

41.0

1,073

29.1

55

17.0

1,128

28.1

Cannabis

622

24.6

11

5.2

633

23.1

747

20.3

10

3.1

757

18.9

Amphetamine/Ecstasy

175

6.9

29

13.8

204

7.4

450

12.2

146

45.2

596

14.9

Sedative/Hipnotic
Inhalants
Alcohol
Cocain
Multiple
Others

84

3.3

1.0

86

3.1

167

4.5

1.2

171

4.3

0.1

1.0

0.1

0.1

0.0

0.1

171

6.8

1.0

173

6.3

179

4.9

1.9

185

4.6

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.3

0.0

398

15.7

42

20.0

440

16.1

511

13.9

34

10.5

545

13.6

50

2.0

27

12.9

77

2.8

554

15.0

67

20.7

621

15.5

Total
2,530
100
210
100
2,740
100
3,686
100
323
100
4,009
100
Remarks: Data from RSKO, YPI and Kios Informasi Atmajaya was recapitulation data and did not have data about sex type
by drugs type.

TABLE 3.39
DRUG ABUSER BY PROPORTION OF MALE AND FEMALE
AND DRUG TYPES
2003 - 2004
Number of Drug Abuser

Number of Drug Abuser

in 42 institutions (without RSKO and YPII)

In 69 institutions (without RSKO and KI Atmajaya)

2003

2004

Drugs
Male
Total

Opiate/Heroin

Male+

Female
%

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male+

Female

Total

Total

Female

Total

1,028

91.5

95

8.5

1,123

100

1,073

95.12

55

4.88

1,128

100

Cannabis

622

98.3

11

1.7

633

100

747

98.68

10

1.32

757

100

Amphetamine/Ecstasy

175

85.8

29

14.2

204

100

450

75.5

146

24.5

596

100

84

97.7

2.3

86

100

167

97.66

2.34

171

100

Sedative/Hipnotic
Inhalants
Alcohol
Cocain
Multiple
Others

50.0

50.0

100

100

100

171

98.8

1.2

173

100

179

96.76

3.24

185

100

0.0

0.0

50.00

50.00

100

398

90.5

42

9.5

440

100

511

93.76

34

6.24

545

100

50

64.9

27

35.1

77

100

554

89.21

67

10.79

621

100

Total
2,530
92.3
210
7.7 2,740
100 3,686 91.94
323
8.06 4,009
100
Remarks: Data from RSKO, YPI and Kios Informasi Atmajaya was recapitulation data and did not have data about sex type
by drugs type.

46

The main factors of drug abuse are complex that were caused by interaction between
individual person, environment and drug types. There is no single factor that caused drug
abuse.
Description of drug abuser in 2004 from 71 institutions that have been collected for
2005 can be seen in Annex 3.20, Annex 3.21, Annex 3.22, and Annex 3.23, consists of age
group, sex, education, job, marital status and drug abuse status.
C. NUTRITION STATUS
Nutrition status of community can be measured through some indicators, among
others low birth weight (LBW), nutrition status of under-fives, nutrition status of eligible
women with chronic energy deficiency, and iodine deficiency disorders that are going to be
explained in detailed below.
1. Low Birth Weight (LBW)
The national LBW has not yet available, but even so the proportion of LBW can be
known based on the estimation of the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey. The
following table shows the proportion of BBW in 1992-1997 and 2002-2003.
TABLE 3.40
THE PROPORTION OF LOW BIRTH WEIGHT
IN 1992-1997 AND 2002-2003

1992-1997

2002-2003

National

7.7

7.6

Urban

6.6

Rural

8.4

Province

3.6 15.6

Source: Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey

Low birth weight (below 2,500 grams) is one of the main factors that influence the
perinatal and naonates mortality rate. Low birth weight (LBW) can be categorized into 2, i.e.
LBW due to premature (less than 37 weeks pregnancy) and intrauterine growth retardation
(IUGR) due to at term birth with LBW. In developing countries, there are many cases of
LBW with IUGR because of severe malnutrition of mother, anemia, malaria, and sexually
transmitted diseases prior to conseption or during pregnancy.
Meanwhile the LBW data in hospitals in 2002 provided a description that the national
average percentage of live births with LBW in hospitals was 13% with a range between
8.53% in Jambi province to 27.51% in South-East Sulawesi province.
2. Under-Fives Nutrition Status
Under-Fives nutrition status is one of the indicators that describe the status of
community welfare. One of the methods to evaluate under-fives nutrition status is the
anthropometric using the body-weight index by age (W/A) method. The categories being
47

used are over nutrition (z-score > +2 SD); normal nutrition (z-score 2 SD up to +2 SD); lack
nutrition (z-score < -2 SD up to 3 SD); severe nutrition (z-score < -3SD).
Report of the National Socio-Economic Survey carried out in the previous years, a
description was obtained on the development of under-fives nutrition status as shown in the
following Graph.
GRAPH 3.19

THE PERCENTAGE OF UNDER-FIVES


WITH SEVERE NUTRITION, LACK, NORMAL AND OVER NUTRITION IN 1998 2003
percentage

100

50

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

Over nutrition

3.15

4.58

3.25

2.7

2.3

2.24

Normal nutrition

67.33

69.06

72.09

71.1

71.88

69.59

19

18.25

17.13

19.8

18.35

19.62

10.51

8.11

7.53

6.3

7.47

8.55

Lack nutrition
Severe nutrition

Source: National Socio-Economic Survey/Household Iodine Salt Survey

Report of the Household Iodine Consumption Survey showed that the percentage of
under-fives with normal/adequate nutrition was 71.88% in 2002 and 69.59% in 2003. UnderFives with lack nutrition or severe nutrition known as Protein Calory Deficiency was
25.82% in 2002 and 28.17% in 2003, and then under-fives with over nutrition was 2.30% in
2002 and 2.24% in 2003.
From Household Health Survey in 2004, the percentage of under-fives with normal
nutrition was 74.8%. The percentage of under-fives with lack/severe nutrition was 22%.
Percentage of under-fives by nutrition status and by sex in 2002-2004 can be seen in Table
3.41.
TABLE 3.41
THE PERCENTAGE OF UNDER-FIVES BY NUTRITION STATUS AND BY SEX
IN 2002 - 2004
2002
Nutrition
Status

Male

Female

2003
Male +
Female

Male

Female

2004
Male +
Female

BPS-Statistic Indonesia, 2002-2003

Over

Male

Female

Male +
Female

Household Health Survey 2004

2.04

2.58

2.3

2.03

2.47

2.24

3.5

2.8

3.2

Normal

70.46

73.37

71.88

67.89

71.41

69.59

74.5

75.2

74.8

Lack

19.46

17.18

18.35

20.73

18.43

19.62

18.9

18.5

18.8

8.03

6.88

7.47

9.35

7.69

8.55

3.0

3.4

3.2

Severe

Source: Statistics Indonesia, Report of Household Iodine Salt Survey, 2002-2003 and Household Health Survey 2004

The above Table 3.31 shows that the percentage of female under-fives with normal
nutrition was relatively higher than male under-fives.
Meanwhile, the percentage of under-fives with severe nutrition by province can be
seen in the below Graph and the complete detailed data can be seen in Annex 3.25.
48

GRAPH 3.20

THE PERCENTAGE OF UNDER-FIVES WITH SEVERE NUTRITION


BY PROVINCE, IN 2003
Gorontalo
Gorontalo
Papua
Papua
West
WestKalimantan
Kalimantan
North
NorthSumatra
Sumatra
East
EastNusa
NusaTenggara
Tenggara
Riau
Riau
West Nusa Tenggara
West Nusa Tenggara
South Sumatra
South Sumatra
South Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
North Sulawesi
North
Sulawesi
South Kalimantan
South
CentralKalimantan
Sulawesi
Central
Sulawesi
Central
Kalimantan
Central
Kalimantan
Bengka
Belitung
islands
Bangka Belitung
islands
North Maluku
Maluku
EastNorth
Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
Maluku
Banten
Maluku
Lampung
Banten
Bengkulu
Lampung
Sumatera
Barat
Bengkulu
DKI Sumatra
Jakarta
West
Jawa
DKITengah
Jakarta
Jawa Timur
Central
Java
Sulawesi Tenggara
East Java
Jawa Barat
South-East Sulawesi
DI Yogyakarta
West Bali
Java
DI Yogyakarta
Jambi

Bali
Jambi0

10
Indonesia (8,55%)

15

10
Indonesia (8,55%)

20

15

25

20

25

Percentage of under-fives with severe nutrition by province in the form of Indonesian


Map can be seen in the following graph.
GRAPH 3.21

THE PERCENTAGE OF UNDER-FIVES WITH SEVERE NUTRITION


BY PROVINCE, IN 2003

Percentage of under-fives with severe and lack nutrition by province in the form of
Indonesian Map can be seen in the following graph.

49

GRAPH 3.22

THE PERCENTAGE OF UNDER-FIVES WITH SEVERE AND LACK NUTRITION


BY PROVINCE, IN 2003

3. Nutrition Status of Eligible Women with Chronic Energy Deficiency (CED)


One of the methods to know the nutrition status of eligible women aged between 1549 years old is by measuring circumference of upper arm. This measurement can be used as a
method to identify how much risk of a woman to deliver LBW infants. Indicator of the
chronic energy deficiency uses the standard of upper arm circumference <23.5 cm. The
Survey of the Statistics Indonesia during 20002003 obtained a description on the risk of
CED that was measured based on upper arm circumference by age group as seen in the
following graph.
GRAPH 3.23
PERCENTAGE OF ELIGIBLE WOMEN WITH
UPPER ARM CIRCUMFERENCE OF <23.5 CM (CED RISK), 2000 - 2003
50

percentage

40
30
20
10
0

15-19

20-24

25-29

30-34

35-39

40-44

45-49

2000

38.04

26.59

19.01

15.11

14.04

13.16

13.16

2001

40.85

27.53

19.12

14.59

12.9

13.18

13.18

2002

35.7

23.7

18.7

18

10.4

11

11

2003

35.1

21.43

13.82

10.17

8.6

9.62

10.1

Source: Statistics Indonesia, Household Iodine Salt Survey

50

The percentage of eligible women with adequate/normal nutrition in 4 years (20012004) was increased. The percentage of eligible women with more adequate/normal nutrition
in urban areas was higher than in rural areas. The percentage of eligible women with
adequate/normal nutrition by residence in 20012004 can be seen in the following graph.
GRAPH 3.24
PERCENTAGE OF ELIGIBLE WOMEN WITH ADEQUATE/NORMAL NUTRITION
BY RESIDENCE IN 2001 2004

percentage

90
85
80
75
70

2001

2002

2003

2004*

Urban

80,61

83,57

84,28

82,1

Rural

76,64

81,39

82,35

78,7

Urban+Rural

78,47

82,42

83,3

80,3

Source: Statistics Indonesia, Household Iodine Salt Survey , and Household Health Survey 2004

Result of the Household Iodine Salt Survey in 2003 showed that 16.7% of eligible
women had a risk of Chronic Energy Deficiency (CED), meanwhile Household Health
Survey 2004 showed that 19.7% had CED risk. In urban areas, the percentage of risk on
eligible women with CED was lower than the percentage in rural areas, i.e. 15.72% and
17.65% respectively. The percentage of eligible women with the highest CED risk was in
East Nusa Tenggara (29.63%), while the lowest was in Central Kalimantan (7.56%). The
percentage of eligible women with CED risk by province can be described in the following
graph.
GRAPH 3.25
PERCENTAGE OF ELIGIBLE WOMEN WITH CRONIC ENERGY DEFICIENCY (CED)
BY PROVINCE IN 2003

Source: Statistics Indonesia, Household Iodine Salt Survey

51

4. Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD)


One of nutritional problems in need of attention is iodine deficiency disorders (IDD)
problem. IDD may cause physical development disorders and mental growth retardation.
Physical development disorders include thyroid gland enlargement (goiter), cretinism
physical (dwarfism), motoric disorder (having difficulties to stand and walk normally),
speech defects, deafness and cross-eyed. Meanwhile, mental growth retardation includes the
decreased of child intelegency quotient (IQ).
Prevalence rate of goiter or Total Goiter Rate (TGR) can be measured based on all
stages of gland enlargement, both pallable and visible. In 1980, TGR from the Household
Iodine Survey was 37.2%. This prevalence decreased to 27.7% in 1990 and prominently
decreased to 9.8% in 1998. Although a quite meaningful decrease had occurred, IDD was still
assumed to be a community health problem, because in general the prevalence was still more
than 5%.
In the last decade, 3 National Surveys of Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) were
carried out, i.e. in 1993, 1996/1998, and 2003. In 1993, the survey was carried out in 5
provinces known as severe endemic areas, in 1996/1998 the second national survey on IDD
problem was carried out in 27 provinces and in 2003 evaluation survey was carried out in all
districts/municipalities, except Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam and Papua.
WHO/UNICEF/ICCID made 4 categories of the endemic areas, according to the TGR
(Total Goiter Rate). TGR is used to evaluate community status of iodine deficiency disorders
(IDD) and then to evaluate the program impact on improving the community IDD status. In
basic data surveys 1996/1998, the TGR was obtained from results of palpation of 6-12 year
aged school-children, while in the 2003 survey, TGR was obtained from results of palpation
of 8-10 year aged school-children. Results of both surveys can be seen in the following table.
TABLE 3.32
ENDEMIC CHANGES OF IODINE DEFICIENCY DISORDER IN DISTRICTS/MUNICIPALITIES
IN 1996/1998 AND 2003

District/Municipality
1996/1998
2003
N
%
N
123
44.7
148
106
38.6
122
30
10.9
42
16
5.8
30
275
100
342

Endemicity
Category
Non-endemic
Slight Endemic
Normal Endemic
Severe Endemic
Total

TGR
< 5%
5.0 19.9%
20.0 29.9%
>= 30 %

%
43.3
35.7
12.2
8.8
100

Source: Directorate of Community Nutrition, Directorate General of Community Health

TGR status from the last 2 surveys in districts/municipalities varied from the lowest
of 0.0% up to the highest of 58.1%. In 1996/1998, 5.8% of districts/municipalities were
classified into severe endemic areas, 10.9% was classified into normal endemic areas, 38.6%
was classified into slightly endemic areas and 44.7% was classified into non-endemic areas.
52

In 2003, 8.8% of districts/municipalities was classified into severe endemic areas, 12.2% was
classified into normal endemic areas, 35.7% was classified into slightly endemic areas and
43.3% was classified into non-endemic areas.
As a whole, the proportion of districts/municipalities categorized as non-endemic
areas and slightly endemic areas decreased slightly in 1996/1998, compared to 2003. On the
other hand, the proportion of districts/municipalities categorized as moderate and severe
endemic areas increased slightly. With the increased iodine deficiency disorders (IDD)
control program, it is expected that the proportion of districts/municipalities categorized as
non-endemic and slightly endemic areas will also increase and at the same time the
proportion of districts/municipalities with moderate and severe endemic areas will decrease.
Percentage of villages with good iodine salt by province in 2003 can be seen in Annex 3.26.
Thus is a brief description on the situation of the health status in Indonesia up to 2004.

***

53

CHAPTER IV
THE HEALTH EFFORT SITUATION

In order to obtain the health development goals to improve community health status,
various community health care efforts were conducted. The following is the description of the
health effort situation especially for 2004.
A. BASIC HEALTH CARE
Basic health care efforts are very important initial steps in the provision of health care
to the community. It is expected that by providing appropriate and rapid basic health care
most of the community health problems can be solved. Various basic health cares
implemented by the health care facilities are as follows.
1. Maternal and Infant Health Care
A mother has a very important role in the growth of infant and the development of
children. Health disorders experienced by a mother can influence the health of the foetus in
the womb up to the delivery and the growth period of infants and children.
a. Ante Natal Care (1st Visit to Health Care Facilities or K1 and 4th Visit to Health
Care Facilities or K4)
Ante Natal care is the provision of health services to pregnant women by
professionals (Obstetrician, medical doctors, midwives, assistant midwives and nurses)
during their pregnancies, which follow the existing antenatal care guidelines emphasizing on
preventive and promotive activities. Result of ante Natal care can be seen from K1 and K4
service coverage.
K1 coverage that is also called the access to pregnant woman care is a general
description of pregnant women who have conducted their first visit to health care facilities to
obtain ante Natal care. While K4 is general description of pregnant women who have
obtained pregnant mother care according to standard during at least 4 visits with a
distribution of one visit in the first semester, one visit in the second semester and two in the
third semester. This number can be utilized to look at the quality of health care for pregnant
women. Description of K1 and K4 coverage in the past 10 years can be seen in the following
Graph 4.1.

54

GRAPH 4.1
PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN K1 AND K4 CARE COVERAGE
1993 2004
100
80
60
40
20
0
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
K1 74,04 81,94 84,99 87,75 89,08 87,55 92,72 88,3 93,03 88,56 87,73 88,09
K4 50,69 55,03 64,82 68,52 71,32 71,85 75,66 74,98 77,38 73,01 76,29 77

Source: Result of Data Updating at Central Level, Sub-Directorate of Ob-Gen Directorate of Family Health
Data on District/Municipality Indicators

Description of the percentage of K4 care coverage by province in 2004 can be seen in


the following Graph. 4.2.
GRAPH 4.2
PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN K4 CARE COVERAGE
BY PROVINCE , 2004

Source: The Directorate of Family Health, Directorate General of Community Health

The above graph indicates that provinces with the highest K4 care coverage in 2003
were Riau islands (97.49%), North Sulawesi (89.27%) and Bali (89.27%), while the lowest
coverage were in Papua (37.12%), West Sulawesi (46.30%) and Maluku (49.59%). Description
of K4 pregnant mother visit coverage by province comparing to national rate is presented in
Graph 4.3, while the complete data is presented in Annex 4.1.

55

GRAPH 4.3
PERCENTAGE OF THE FOURTH VISIT (K4) COVERAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN
BY PROVINCE, 2004

Data of K4 care coverage by province in 2004, according to the results of


data/indicator collection on the performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS) can
be seen in the following Graph. 4.2.
Whereas research result that was implemented by BPS-Statistic Indonesia and
published in Health Statistic Publication gave a description that underfives mother who were
averagely observed had admitted 6 times pregnancy examining in which underfives mother
in urban was 7 times greater than in rural (5.4 times).
b. Delivery Attendance by Health Providers with Midwifery Competences
Most of the maternal and neonates complications and deaths occurred around the
delivery period, this is caused among others because the delivery was not attended by health
provider with midwifery competences (professional). During the last 5 years, the coverage of
deliveries attended health provider including partnership was increased around 10%; from
60.75% in 1998 to 70.62% in 2003, and 71.52 in 2004 (according to welfare statistic in 2004,
about the last delivery attendance to underfive). Description of delivery coverage by health
provider during 1993 2004 can be seen in the following Graph 4.4.

56

GRAPH 4.4
PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERY COVERAGE ASSISTED BY AND WITH THE PARTNERSHIP OF
THE HEALTH PROVIDER IN 1993 2004
80
67.56

70

69.16

74.47

70.62
74.27

66.15

60

60.75

59.85

50
49.74
40
39.56

55.04

43.12

30
20
10
0
1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Source: Result of Data Updating at Central Level, Sub-Directorate of Ob-Gen Directorate of Family Health
Data on District/Municipality Indicators

Result of the collection of data/indicators on the performance of the Minimum


Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities in 2003 indicated
that the percentage of deliveries assisted by health provider was 73.14%. While the result of
the collection of data/indicators on the performance of the Minimum Services Standard
(MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities in 2004 indicated that the percentage
of deliveries assisted by health provider was 68.46%. The complete data can be seen in
Annex 4.2.
GRAPH 4.5
PERCENTAGE OF COVERAGE OF DELIVERIES ASSISTED BY HEALTH MANPOWER
BY PROVINCE ON 2003
BALI
JATIM
BABEL
SULUT
SUMSEL
KEPRI
JATENG
SULTENG
SUMBAR
KALSEL
DIY
LAMPUNG
NTB
KALTENG
BENGKULU
RIAU
GORONTALO
JABAR
BANTEN
DKI
KALBAR
SULSEL
JAMBI
SUMUT
KALTIM
SULTRA
NAD
MALUT
NTT
MALUKU
SULBAR
PAPUA
IRJABAR
0

20

40

60

80

100

Source: The Directorate of Family Health, Directorate General of Community Health

Graph 4.5 shows some provinces with the highest coverage of deliveries assisted by
health provider were in Bali (92.81 %), East Java (88.06 %) while the lowest were in Papua
(39.0 %) and West Sulawesi (42.10 %). The complete data can be seen in Annex 4.1.
Coverage description of deliveries attended by health provider by province comparing
to national rate can be seen in the following Graph 4.6.
57

GRAPH 4.6
PERCENTAGE OF COVERAGE OF DELIVERIES ASSISTED BY HEALTH MANPOWER
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

c. Referred High Risk Pregnant Women


In the provision of care especially by village midwives and health centers, some
pregnant women among others are categorised as high-risk cases and in need of health care
because of the limitation of ability in giving services, so that, those cases need a referral
effort for required health care unit. In this case, percentage of High Risk Pregnant Women
who were nationally referred in 2004 had an increasing became 23.83% comparing to the
condition on 2003, that was 16.43%. The coverage percentage of referred high-risk pregnant
woman by province can be seen in the following Graph 4.7.
GRAPH 4.7
PERCENTAGE OF REFERRED HIGH RISK PREGNANT WOMAN
BY PROVINCE, 2004

58

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

The above graph indicates that the highest coverage were in DKI Jakarta (95.5%),
South East Sulawesi (49.92%), West Sumatra (45.71%) and East Java (41.17%). The 7
provinces had coverage < 10 % with the lowest coverage were in Bangka Belitung (3.53%),
Bengkulu (5.29%) and West Irian Jaya (5.46%). Meanwhile, Maluku and West Sulawesi did
not provide any data. Complete data can be seen in Annex 4.2.
d. Neonates Visit
Infants with the age of less than one month are in the age group that have the highest
risk. The health efforts conducted to reduce the risk included conducting delivery assistances
by health provider and health care for neonates (0-28 days) minimum twice, in the age of 0-7
days and 8-28 days. In conducting neonates care, besides conducting examination on infant,
the health personnel will also conduct counselling on infant care to the mother. Coverage of
neonates visit (KN) during the 2000-2004 periods can be seen on the following Graph 4.8.
GRAPH 4.8
PERCENTAGE OF NEONATES VISIT COVERAGE

2000 2004
100

persen

90

83,72
78,44

80
75,73
76,26
70

68,89

60

50
2000

Source:

2001

2002

2003

2004

Result of Data Updating at Central Level, Sub-Directorate of Ob-Gen Directorate of Family Health
Data on District/Municipality indicators

In 2004, there were 6 provinces having no data, they were South Sumatra, Bangka
Belitung, South Kalimantan, West Sulawesi, Papua and West Irian Jaya, while the highest
coverage of neonates visits were Bali (96.40%) and Riau Islands (94.10%) as seen in Graph
4.9. Coverage of neonates visits by province comparing to national rate can be seen in Graph
4.10. The complete data can be seen in Annex 4.1.

59

GRAPH 4.9
PERCENTAGE OF NEONATES VISIT COVERAGE
BY PROVINCE ON 2004

Source: Sub-Directorate of Ob-Gen Directorate of Family Health Data on District/Municipality indicators

GRAPH 4.10
COVERAGE OF NEONATES VISITS BY PROVINCE 2004

While data of neonates visits based on result of Data Collection of Minimum Service
Standard Performance Indicator on 2004 can be seen in Annex 4.3.

60

e. Infants Visits
Result of the collection of data/indicators on the performance of the Minimum
Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities in 2004 indicated
that percentage coverage of infant visits in 2004 was 78%. Provinces with the highest
percentage of infant visit coverage were Papua (99.90%) and DKI Jakarta (97.65%); while
the lowest were in West Irian Jaya (55.20%) and Gorontalo (58.42%). Details of infant visit
coverage by province in 2004 can be seen in Annex 4.3.
.
2. Health Care for Pre-School and School-Age Children, and Adolescents
Health care for this group is conducted by implementing early monitoring towards the
growth and development and monitoring the health of pre-school children, examination of
primary school children, as well as health care on adolescents, by the health manpower as
well as participation of other trained manpower such as the health cares, school-health
teachers, and little doctors.
Result of the collection of data/indicators on the performance of the Minimum
Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector from 325 districts/municipalities indicated that
in 2003 health care coverage of underfives, pre-school children, and adolescents during 2004
had an increasing. While for primary school health care had a decreasing as seen in the
following Graph. 4.11.
GRAPH 4.11
PERCENTAGE OF DETECTION COVERAGE OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF
PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN, EXAMINATION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN,
AND HEALTH CARE FOR ADOLESCENTS, IN 2003
60.00
56.13

50.00
46.48

40.00
45.43

39.59
33.61

30.00
20.00

20.74

2003
2004

10.00
0.00
Underfives/preschool
children

Primary student

Adolescent

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (SPM)

In health care for underfives and pre-school children during 2004, province with the
highest coverage were in South Sumatera (76.08%), Bangka Belitung (66.95%) and North
Maluku (65.21%); the lowest coverage were in Papua, (9.74%) and Banten (9.1%) while
there were no data and information for 3 provinces that were Province DKI Jakarta, West
Irian Jaya and West Sulawesi.
The highest coverage of Primary School Children health care were reached by Bangka
Belitung (85.45%), South Sulawesi (81.23%) and Central Kalimantan (80.32%); the lowest
61

coverage were reached by North Maluku (6.41%) and Lampung (7.69%). There are 2
provinces had no related data and information that were Papua and West Sulawesi.
While health care for adolescents, the highest coverage were reached by West Irian
Jaya (96.69%), Bangka Belitung (79.99%); the lowest coverage were reached by Nanggroe
Aceh Darussalam (2.82%), North Maluku (3.27%) and West Kalimantan (8.55%); in this
case there were 5 provinces had no data there were DKI Jakarta, DI Yogyakarta, Gorontalo
and West Sulawesi.
Complete data related to under-fives/pre-school children, primary school children, and
adolescents health care can be seen in Annex 4.5.
3. Family Planning Services
Achievement level of Family Planning (FP) services can be described through FP
acceptors coverage showed by active FP acceptors, program target group that are using
contraception, service place, and kinds of contraception used by acceptors. Based on the
performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS) during the last two years, coverage
result of family planning services has not much meaningful changes as seen in the following
Graph 4.12.
GRAPH 4.12
COVERAGE PERCENTAGE OF FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES
2003-2004

80
71. 9 7

70
60

6 8 .4 9

71. 9 7

6 4 .2 4
54 .54

50

56 .71

40
30
20
10
0
A C T IV E F P E ligible
C o uple

E ligible c o uple us ing


c o nt ra c e pt iv e

E ligible c o uple e v e r
us e d c o nt ra c e pt iv e

Sourcer: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)


BPS Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistic.

The complete coverage by province from Family Planning services can be seen in
Annexes 4.6, 4.7, and 4.8.
Based on result of the collection of data/indicators on the performance of the
Minimum Services Standard (MSS), it can be obtained the description of some related
information in family planning services of eligible couple of active FP acceptors,
achievement in 2004 had a decreasing became 64.24% compared to those in 2003 that was
68.49 %. The highest coverage during 2004 were reached by Papua (90.58%), West
Kalimantan (90.16%); the lowest coverage were reached by Riau islands (36.56%) and North
Maluku (33.11%). Percentage detailed of active FP acceptors by province in 2004 can be
seen in Annex 4.6.
Proportion of eligible couples who were using contraceptives in 2004 had an
increasing became 56.71% compared to the coverage on 2003 that was 54.54%. There were 4
62

provinces that had 65% coverage; the highest were reached by North Sulawesi (71.42%),
Bengkulu (67.74%), Bali (66.68%) and Bangka Belitung (65.41%), five provinces had 40%
coverage; the lowest coverage was Maluku (26.05%), while there was no data for Riau
islands, West Sulawesi and West Irian Jaya. Percentage detailed of eligible couple who were
using contraceptive by province in 2004 can be seen in Annex. 4.7.
Proportion of eligible couples who had ever used contraceptives had no changes
comparing those in 2003 that was 71.97%. There were eleven provinces had 75% coverage;
the highest number was reached by North Sulawesi (84.74%), three provinces with 50%
coverage were Papua (48.25%), North Maluku (44.49%) and Maluku (35.05%). While there
were no data for Riau islands, West Sulawesi and West Irian Jaya. Detailed of eligible couple
who had ever used contraceptive by province in 2004 can be seen in Annex 4.8.
Kinds of contraceptive used by FP acceptors during 2004 were not much different
with those in 2003 as seen in following Graph 4.13.
GRAPH 4.13
PROPORTION OF CONTRACEPTIVES TYPES THAT HAD BEEN USED
2003-2004
60

58.16
29.02
54.92

50
40
30

24.52

20
9.64

10
0

4.88

5.55

5.37

4.64
3.30

Injection

Pill

implants

IUD

Others

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia and Welfare Statistic and National Family planning Board/ BKKBN
Notes : IUD : Intra Uterine Device

From the graph above shows that during 2003 and 2004, the contraceptive methods
utilized by most of the eligible couples in the new FP acceptors were injections and FP pill. In
2004 other types of contraceptives such as implants, IUD (Intra Uterine Device), and other
types had some increasing, meaning that there were some changes eventhough it was not
meaningful progress. Percentage detailed of FP method that were using by active FP acceptors
by province in 2004 can be seen in Annex 4.9.
The location for new FP participants services was in the government FP clinics
(59.45%), private practicing midwives (30.77%), and private FP clinics (6.98%), while the
rest is in private general practitioners (2.80%). The cumulative number and proportion new
FP acceptors by service locations and provinces in 2003 can be seen in Annex 4.8.

63

4. Immunization Services
Achievement of the Universal Child Immunization is basically a proxy towards the
coverage of infant target who have already received complete immunization. If the UCI
coverage is related to a certain area limitation, it means that the level community immunity
(herd immunity) towards the transmission of immunization preventable diseases is also
described. In this case Government has target on UCI achievement in village administration
area.
Nationally, achievement of UCI in the level of village/hamlet in 2004 was still under
target that was 83%. From 30 observed provinces, there were 6 provinces that had met the
National target ( 83%) of Village UCI ; the highest achievement were Bali, DI Yogyakarta,
Lampung, West Nusa Tenggara, West Java, and Jambi.
GRAPH 4.14
PERCENTAGE OF COVERAGE OF UCI ACHIEVEMENT AT THE DISTRICT/MUNICIPALITY,
SUB DISCTRICT, AND VILLAGE LEVEL
BY PROVINCE 2003-2004
100
80
60
40
20
0
2003

UCI-DISTRICT
84,42

UCI-SUB DISTR

79,89

UCI-VILLAGE
72,53
69,43

2004

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environment Health, MOH RI

While description of UCI achievement in the level of village by province in 2004 can
be seen in the following Graph 4.15.
GRAPH 4.15
PERCENTAGE OF UCI ACHIEVEMENT AT VILLAGE LEVEL
BY PROVINCE, 2004

64

Infant Immunization Service covers BCG, DPT (3 times), Polio (4 times), Hepatitis-B
(3 times) and Measles (1 time) vaccinations which was conducted through routine services in
Integrated Health Posts and other health care facilities. Description of infant immunization
coverage in 2000 2004 can be seen in the following Graph 4.16.
GRAPH 4.16
PERCENTAGE OF DPT-1 AND MEASLES IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE AND
MEASLES AND DROP OUT (DO) RATE 2000 2004
100
percent

80
60
40
20
0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

DPT-1

100.7

96.3

96.4

96.6

97.2

Measles

93.9

87.3

90.6

89.2

91.8

DO

7.4

10.1

5.8

7.7

5.6

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environment Health, MOH RI

The graph above showed that Drop Out (DO) rate Measles DPT-1 during the last 5
years did not pass rate of 5.8% - 10.1%.
Description of basic immunization to infants during 2004 that measured from measles
immunization, the highest coverage were reached by DKI Jakarta (104%), Bali (99.3%) and
Jambi (95.4%); while those that reached the lowest coverage were Papua (56%) and
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (67%). Description of measles immunization coverage in 2004
can be seen in the following Graph 4.17.
GRAPH 4.17
PERCENTAGE OF MEASLES IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE
BY PROVINCE 2004

65

While the coverage detailed of infants immunization for each vaccine types by
province during 2004 can be seen in Annexes 4.13 and 4.14.
For coverage of pregnant women TT immunization in 20002004 can be seen in the
following Graph 4.18.
GRAPH 4.18
PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN TT IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE
2000 2004
100
percent

80
60
40
20
0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

TT-1

83.6

78.5

72.2

71.71

70.1

TT-2

76.7

71.6

68.4

66.12

63.9

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environment Health, MOH RI

In 2000 2004, immunization coverage of TT-1 and TT-2 to pregnant women had a
decreasing. Coverage of TT-2 in 2000 was 76.7 %, became 63.9% in 2004. Province with the
highest coverage were Bangka Belitung (83%), Lampung (82.4%), South Sulawesi (82.4%)
dan West Java (81.5%). While the lowest were East Nusa Tenggara (21.5%), South East
Sulawesi (35.8%), but there was not data for Papua. Description of TT-2 immunization
coverage to pregnant women by province in 2004 can be seen in Graph 4.19. While the
complete data can be seen in Annex 4.16.
GRAPH 4.19
PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN TT2 IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE
2004

66

The effort of improving immunization for community also pursued on other special
group target such as giving DT and TT immunization to school children through Month of
School Children Immunization (BIAS) or the implementation of Crash Program of Measles
Immunization to underfives in refugees location or Catch Up Campaign of Measles
immunization to primary school students from grade 16. As seen in the following Graph
4.20.
GRAPH 4.20
ACHIEVEMENT PERCENTAGE OF DT AND TT MONTH OF
SCHOOL CHILDREN IMMUNIZATION AND
NATIONAL MEASLES IMMUNIZATION CRASH PROGRAM 2004
100
80
60
40
20
0
BIAS DT

BIAS TT

Measles

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environment Health, MOH RI

5. Pre-Elderly and Elderly Health Care


Health care is specially pursued to pre-elderly and elderly in which in this group
mostly has non-infectious health disorder and other bodies function. Description of health
care achievement of pre-elderly and elderly from performance of the Minimum Services
Standard (MSS) data and information in the past two years can be seen in the following
Graph 4.21.
GRAPH 4.21
PERCENTAGE OF PRE-ELDERLY AND ELDERLY GROUP
WHO GET HEALTH CARE NATIONALLY 2003 UP TO 2004

50
40

25.3
20.8

30
20
10
0
2003

2004

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

67

Based on graph above shows that percentage of pre-elderly and elderly group who got
health care during 2004 had an increasing became 20.79% compared the coverage in 2003
that was 25.34%.
Coverage percentage of pre-elderly and elderly health care by province in 2003 is
presented in Annex 4.17.
B. REFERRAL AND SUPPORT HEALTH CARE
Health care efforts for people is pursued in two ways: outpatient for people who get
light health problem and inpatient either directly or patient referred for people who get
middle and heavy health problem. Most of the health center service infrastructure are
prepared to give basic health service for outpatient visit whereas hospital which is facilitated
by various facilitation besides giving service to reference cases for inpatient, it also giving
service for inpatient visit.
Achievement description of outpatient and inpatient service of data and information
result of performance of the Minimum Services Standard (SPM) in the past two years can be
seen in the following Graph 4.22.
GRAPH 4.22
NUMBER OF NATIONALLY
OUTPATIENT AND INPATIENT IN HEALTH SERVICE FACILITY
2003 UP TO 2004

73,596,201

75000000

61,966,469

60000000
45000000
30000000
3,149,589

15000000

4,992,218

0
2003
OUT-PATIENT

2004
IN-PATIENT

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (SPM)

Based on the graph above that health service for inpatient and outpatient during 2004
showed an increasing with the proportion of inpatient was 6.8% in 2004 and 5.1% in 2003.
Whereas number of outpatient and inpatient visit in detail by province during 2004
can be seen in Annex 4.19.
1. Hospital Health Care Services
Some standarization indicator related to the health care in observed hospital such as
utilization of Bed Occupancy Rate (BOR), the average Length of Stay (LOS), average of
every bed was utilized (Bed Turn Over/BTO), average of time range of bed utilization (Turn
Over Interval/TOI), percentage of Gross Death Rate (GDR) and percentage of patients who
was dead < 24 hours of treatment (Net Death Rate/NDR).
68

Indicator achievement in health care in hospital in the past two years can be seen in
the following Graph 4.23.
GRAPH 4.23
NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT OF BOR , GDR, NDR, LOS, BTO AND TOI INDICATOR
IN HOSPITAL
2003 UP TO 2004

100

50

80

40

55.2

55.5

47.9

60

20

22.8

18.0

38.7

30

35.0

40

42.0

20

4.0

10

4.4

4.0

3.4

0
2003
% BOR

2004
% GDR

2003
BTO

% NDR

2004
LOS

TOI

Source: Ditgen of Medical Care, MOH RI

Based on the graph above shows that the percentage of Bed Occupancy Rate (BOR)
in the past two years did not has much changes and still under the expected ideal rate; in 2003
was 55.5% and in 2004 was 55.2%. There are many factors influence BOR rate in a hospital,
one of them is the more increasing number of the provision of hospitals and bed while
number of population development who seeking for service are not too high and need a
counting separation of BOR in special hospital.
The increasing of GDR and NDR in 2004 need a further action by creating a new
strategy in health care in relation to improving of health personnel ability including
referrence procedure.
While indicator of bed utilization, the length of stay and the time range in bed
utilizing did not have much changes.
Description in detailed of health care indicator in hospital by province during 2004
can be seen in Annex 4.20.
2. Pregnant Women and High-Risk Neonates Care
Result of the collection of data/indicators on the performance of the Minimum
Services Standard in the health sector from districts/municipalities indicated that the
percentage of referred and got health care high-risk pregnant women and high-risk neonates
in the past two years can be seen in the following Graph 4.24.

69

GRAPH 4.24
PERCENTAGE OF REFERRED HIGH RISK PREGNANT WOMEN AND NEONATES
WHO GOT HEALTH CARE NATIONALLY
2003 S/D 2004

26.20

30
25

20.44

19.87

18.79

20
15
10
5
0
Re fe rr e d High-Ris k
Re fe r re d and
Pre gnant Wom e n handle d High-Ris k
Ne onatal
2003

2004

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

The coverage of referred and high-risk pregnant woman getting health control during
2004 showed an increasing became 26.20% comparing to the coverage on 2003 that was
20.44%. There were three provinces had 80% coverage; highest rate were Riau islands
(96%), North Maluku (86.8%) and Bali (83.3%), three provinces with the achievement of
10% were Lampung (9.8%), South Sumatra (8.9%) and West Kalimantan (2.2%), while there
were no data for Central Sulawesi, West Sulawesi and DKI Jakarta.
Percentage of referred pregnant women and high-risk neonates by province during
2004 is presented in Annex 4.21.
For referred and high-risk neonates getting health control during 2004 showed a
decreasing became 18.79% comparing to the coverage on 2003 that was 19.87%. There were
four provinces had 90% coverage; the highest rate were reached by NAD, DI Yogyakarta
and Gorontalo (100%), South Sumatera (92.43%), nine provinces with the coverage of
10%; the lowest coverage were Central Kalimantan (0.40%), Lampung (2.47%) and West
Kalimantan (2.56%), while there were no data for Sulawesi and DKI Jakarta.
The reported percentage of referred pregnant women and high-risk neonates having
access towards the availability of blood during 2004 increased become 36.18% comparing to
the coverage in 2003 that ws 19.87%. Percentage detailed of referred pregnant women and
high-risk neonates having access towards the availability of blood by province in 2004 is
presented in Annex 4.22.

70

3. Utilization of Generic Drugs


The utilization of generic drugs ia one of steps in efforts of improving people ability
to afford the quality drugs. The success in socialization of generic drugs utilization had been
influenced by commitment from health personnel and the guarantee of generic drugs
provision in health facility.
Based on result of the collection of data/indicators on the performance of the
Minimum Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities, generic
drugs prescription during the last two years can be seen in the following Graph 4.25.
GRAPH 4.25
PERCENTAGE OF NATIONALLY GENERIC DRUGS PRESCRIPTION
IN HEALTH SERVICE INFRASTRUCTURE
2003 UP TO 2004

75000000
60000000
35,821,800

45000000

28,389,957
26,651,053

20,810,557

30000000
15000000
0
2003

2004

TOTAL PRESCRIPTION

GENERIC DRUGS

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

From the graph above shows that proportion of generic drugs prescription in health
care infrastructure during the last two years did not have much changes that was 73.3% in
2003 and 74.% in 2004.
There were eleven provinces reported 90% generic drugs prescription with the
highest coverage were Gorontalo and Banten (100%), Jambi (99.95%), Bangka Belitung
(99.76%), Papua (99.77%), Maluku (96.30%) dan Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (95.93%)
there were 6 provinces had 50% coverage; the lowest reported rate were West Irian Jaya
(5.85%), Lampung (27.3%), South Kalimantan (28.87%) and DI Yogyakarta (35.91%).
Percentage detailed of generic drugs prescription by province in 2004 is presented in
Annex 4.23.
C. COMMUNICABLE DISEASES CONTROL
Efforts to control communicable diseases has more emphasize on the implementation
of epidemiologic surveillance with the effort of early detection of patients to be followed-up
by rapid handling through the treatment of patients. Besides, other services being provided
were preventive efforts by the provision of immunization, efforts to reduce the risk factors
through activities to improve the quality of the environment as well as to improve community
71

participation in the effort to control communicable diseases that is conducted through various
activities. Brief description of these various efforts is as follows.
1. Epidemiological Investigation and Outbreak Control
Efforts of Epidemiological Investigation and Outbreak Control are follow-up of the
early detection of outbreak/epidemic potential diseases that occurred in the community. The
conducted effort to control was meant to prevent the extended spread and to reduce the
impacts.
Result of the collection of data/indicators on the performance of the Minimum
Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities in 2003-2004
indicated that the number of villages that are reported to have experienced outbreaks and
managed within less than 24 hours can be seen in the following Graph 4.26.
GRAPH 4.26
PERCENTAGE OF VILLAGES WHICH HAS EXPERIENCED OUTBREAKS
AND WAS MANAGED WITHIN LESS THAN 24 HOURS
NATIONALLY 2003 UP TO 2004

7.794

8000
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0

5.541
3.323

3.166

2003

2004

Outbreak Village

Handled < 24 Hours

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environment Health, MOH RI

Percentage of villages which had experienced outbreaks and was managed within less
than 24 hours during 2004 seemed had an increasing became 59.97% compared to reports in
2003 that was 40.62%. Description of villages that have experienced outbreaks and were
managed within less than 24 hours by province during 2004 is presented in Annex 4.24.
Meanwhile, according to the report from Directorate General of Communicable
Disease Control & Environmental Health, the frequency of outbreaks in 2004 was recorded to
be 15,805 cases and 275 deaths (CFR 1.7%). Some diseases with high outbreak frequency
and high number of cases number were DHF (87 times, 6,195 victims and 87 deaths),
Measles (97 times, 2,818 victims and 44 deaths), Tetanus Neonatorum (71 times, 73 victims
and 39 deaths), food poisoning (65 times, 3,748 victims and 23 deaths), and Diarrhea (46
times, 1,827 victims and 29 deaths). The frequency of outbreak by type of diseases in 2004
can be seen in Annex 3.14.

72

2. Polio Control
Efforts to prevent and control Polio have been conducted through the Polio
Immunization movement. This effort was also followed-up by active epidemiologic
surveillance activities towards Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP) cases of the < 15 years of age
group up to a certain period of time, to find out the possibility of existing wild polio virus that
develops in the community by examination of faeces specimen from the encountered AFP
cases. Based on the AFP surveillance activity on < 15 years of age population during 19972004, a description can be nationally obtained as can be seen in the following Graph 4.27.
GRAPH 4.27
PERCENTAGE OF THE RESULT OF ADEQUATE SPECIMEN DESPATCH
AND NON-POLIO AFP RATE
1997 2004
100 %

per 100.000 anak <15


th

88,10

80,10
80

79,50

90,1

82,40
78,10
4

71,40

60

3
48,30

40

2
1,19

1,31

1,26
1,00

20

0,90

1,21

1,26

1,02
1

0
1997

1998

1999

2000

Non Polio AFP Rate

2001

2002

2003

2004

Adequate Spesimen

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Each AFP case found in the surveillance intensification activity will examine for its
faeces specimen to find out whether or not does the community attacking wild Polio virus
exists. The above graph indicated that the percentage of adequate specimen sent for Polio
virus examination keeps on increasing, and thus the results of examination being conducted
will represent more of the field condition. From the examination results during the last 7
years no wild Polio infection was found in AFP case. The Non-Polio AFP Rate during 19972004 was relatively stable.
Meanwhile the coverage of Polio-3 immunization on infants in 2004 was 92.5%.
Provinces with the highest coverage were DKI Jakarta (109.6%), Bali (99.7%), East Java
(98.7%), and Jambi (97%); while the lowest coverage were in Papua (56.4%), Maluku
(66.4%), and Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (71.5%). Details of Polio3 Immunization
coverage by province in 2004 can be seen in Annex 4.13.

73

3. Pulmonary TB Elimination
Efforts to prevent and control Pulmonary TB were conducted by DOTS (Directly
Observed Treatment Short-Course) or treatment of Pulmonary TB by direct supervision by
the Drugs Intake Supervisor (PMO = Pengawas Minum Obat). This activity covers effort to
detect patients through sputum examination in health care facilities followed-up with
treatment packages. The following Graph 4.28 describes the results of the AFB+ TB patient
case detection in 2004.
GRAPH 4.28
NUMBER OF TB AFB+ AND OTHER TB
2000 2004
240,000
200,000
160,000
120,000
80,000
40,000
0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

AFB

54,816

56,787

81,465

104,138

128961

other AFB

29,775

33,104

76,798

72,623

85677

Total

84,591

89,891

158,263

176,761

214658

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI


Note : AFB = Acid Fast Bacteria

A Case Detection Rate (CDR) can be described for the last 4 years based on the AFB+ TB
case detection, as follow (Graph 4.29).
GRAPH 4.29
CASE DETECTION RATE OF AFB+ TB NEW CASES

2000 2004
100

percent

80
60

51.8
41.6

40
20

29
20

21

2000

2001

0
2002

2003

2004

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

In the program management, all detected TB patients are being followed-up with
intensive treatment packages. Through regular and complete intake of these treatment
packages, it is hoped that patients will recover from the TB disease. Nevertheless, in further
processing there is a possibility of treatment failure due to unfinished treatment package or
drop outs (DO), the occurrence of drug resistance or failure in diagnosis building at the end
of treatment. Recovery level and relapsed AFB+ TB patients is hard to be applied due to
74

obstacle from patients in spit out the sputum that fill the requirement, thus in final result
observing more directed into level of treatment completing or Success Rate (SR). The
development of success rate and the level of relapsed AFB+TB patients during the last few
years can be seen in the following Graph 4.30.
GRAPH 4.30
SUCCES RATE (SR) AND PERCENTAGE OF
TB RELAPSED PATIENT
2000 2004
100
80
60
40
20
0

% SR

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

20

29

38

51.8

2.8

3.7

4.1

4.4

% Relapsed

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

4. Control of Acute Respiratory Tract Infection (ARI)


The effort to control ARI is more focused on the effort of early detection and rapid
and appropriate case management towards the detected under-fives Pneumonia patients. This
effort is developed through an integrated management in sick under fives who come to the
health care unit that is called Integrated Management of Child Illness (IMCI). By IMCI
approach, all ARI patients directly managed by unit which are detecting, yet if the underfive
condition is in heavy Pneumonia while the infrastructure is not complete, so that the patient are
directly referred to the more complete service facility.
In the past four years, the result of treatment and intervention of Pneumonia can be
seen in the following graph showing that the coverage of identified patients compared to the
target (prediction of patients) is still relatively low. As seen in the following Graph 4.31.
GRAPH 4.31
NUMBER OF IDENTIFIED AND MANAGED PNEUMONIA CASES
IN UNDER-FIVES, 1995/1996 2004
50
40

33.5

34.5
31

30.5

34.5

36
29.5

30

23

22.1

21

20
10
0
95/96

96/97

97/98

98/99

99/00

2000

2001

2002

2003

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

75

2004

From the observation, those detection result has not describe the real condition
because of there are some area that have not give their report as seen the following Table 4.1.
TABLE 4.1
THE COMPLETE REPORT OF IDENTIFIED AND MANAGED PNEUMONIA CASES
IN UNDER-FIVES 1999 S/D 2004
Year

Reported
Province

Reported
Disctr/Munic

Detected
Patient

Coverage of Patient
Detection(%)

Report
Completness

1999

24

298

804.937

34,2

2000

25

258

479.283

30,1

93%

2001

27

269

619.107

25,0

86%

2002

29

293

549.035

22,1

80%

2003

24

323

502.275

30,,

34%

2004

23

296

625.611

36,,

83%

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Meanwhile the coverage description of under-fives Pneumonia detection and


management in 2004 can be seen in the following Graph 4.32.
GRAPH 4.32
COVERAGE OF IDENTIFIED AND MANAGED PNEUMONIA CASES
IN UNDER-FIVES BY PROVINCE 2004

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

5. Control of HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)


Besides being directed to manage identified patients, efforts to control HIV/AIDS are
also directed to control HIV/AIDS and early detected of patient continue to counseling
activity.
76

Efforts to control HIV/AIDS is implemented through screening of patients on blood


donors and effort of monitoring and treatment of STDs such as women sex workers (WSW),
drugs abuser by injection, prisoners or sometimes there was a research for low-risk group
such as house wife and so forth. Results of the implementation of HIV/AIDS and STD
program in 2004 showed a meaningful increasing as seen it the following Table 4.2.
TABLE 4.2
HIV/AIDS CASES DETECTION
2000 2004
HIV Patient
Year

Per year

Cumulative

AIDS Patients
Per year

AIDS Death Patient

Cumulative

Per year

Cumulative

2000

403

1,172

255

607

47

233

2001

732

1,904

219

826

99

280

2002

648

2,552

345

1.171

100

379

2003

168

2,720

316

1.487

261

479

2004

649

3,368

1,195

2,682

361

740

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

Eventhough number of AIDS cases cumulatively small (Case Rate was 1.33 per
100,000 population), but in the development of HIV become AIDS is known the word
windows periods which it times periodic is unknown exactly, so that this group become
potential in transmitting the disease. For this group, besides pursuing the treatment, it also
pursuing the counselling to emerge the responsibility in prevent actively the continue
transmition.
Observation effort that has been implemented to the risk-group through survey and
routine activity, and also donor blood screening for 5 past years can be seen in the following
Table 4.3.
TABLE 4.3
RESULTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HIV/AIDS AND STD PROGRAM
2000 2004
Activities

Satuan

STS examination
Survey of
Syphilis

HIV/AIDS

Blood donor screening

&

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Specimen

9,567

50,000

100,000

175,000

150,000

Sample

9,567

50,000

100,000

175,000

150,000

395,098

585,726

1,200,000

1,300,000

1,300,000

Kolf

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI, Profil PPM-PL 2004

While detection description of management funds of HIV/AIDS cases by result of the


collection of data/indicators on the performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS) in
the health sector from districts/municipalities for the last two years can be seen in this
following Graph.4.33.

77

GRAPH 4.33
NUMBER OF NATIONALLY DETECTED AND MANAGED HIV/AIDS CASES
2003 UP TO 2004

4,605
5000

3,801

4000
3000

2,157
1,419

2000
1000
0
2003

2004

CASE FOUND

CASE MANAGED

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

From the graph above shows that in 2004 there was a percentage increasing in cases
managed by health care institution (82.5%) comparing to the 2003 coverage (65.8%).
Detailed of HIV/AIDS detected and managed cases by health care institution during 2004 can
be seen in Annex 4.26.
6. Control of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF)
Efforts to control DHF are more emphasized on the moving the community potentials
to be able to participate in mosquito elimination (3Ms movement), mosquito Larva
monitoring staff, to monitor the Larva free rate, and introduction of DHF symptoms and its
management at home.
In the beginning of 2004 in some provinces area has experienced outbreaks with
number of case that relatively high, the incident rate range between 11.94 per 100,000
population (DI Yogyakarta) until 60.29 (DKI Jakarta). While the Case Fatality Rate range
between 0.8% (DKI Jakarta) up to 4.1% (East Nusa Tenggara)
Efforts to control DHF during 2004 were more emphasized on early detected the
cases through surveillance system, accurate diagnosa, the right management to the patient,
mosquito elimination (3Ms movement), mosquito Larva monitoring staff, to monitor the
Larva free rate, and introduction of DHF symptoms and its management at home.
Health effort that has been implemented in control DHF during 2004, one of them
were early detected through surveillance system, rapid diagnosed and accurate treatment, and
monitoring and controlling of vector through 3 Ms movement.
While detection description of management funds of DHF cases by result of the
collection of data/indicators on the performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS) in
the health sector from districts/municipalities for the last two years can be seen in this
following Graph 4.34.

78

GRAPH 4.34
NUMBER OF NATIONALLY DETECTED AND MANAGED DHF CASES
2003 UP TO 2004
89,272

80,454

90000
75000
60000
45000
30000
15000
0

72,488

2003

61,912

2004

CASE FOUND

CASE HANDLED

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

From the graph above shows that in 2004 there was a decreasing percentage of DHF
case managed by health care institution became (85.4%) comparing to the coverage in 2003
(90.12%). Detailed of detected and management DHF case by health care institution during
2004 can be seen in Annex 4.26.
7. Malaria Control
Fastly and accurately enforcement diagnosa is one of important effort in controlling
Malaria besides potential vector controlling.
There are two approaching models in patient diagnosa enforcement such as for Java
Bali area, it was implemented actively by Village Malaria Expert by coming to resident who
have Malaria clinical symptom complaint, while for outside Java and Bali area, it was
implemented passively by waiting for patient come to health care for treatment. Treatment
effort is not only give to clinical patient or patient with laboratory confirmation, but also give
to certain group for prophylactic purpose.
Based on the results of collecting and processing of indicator/data of the Minimum
Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities, data of detected
and treated patient for the last two years can be seen in the following Graph 4.35.
GRAPH 4.35
NUMBER OF CLINICAL AND LAB CONFIRMATION MALARIA CASE
THAT WAS NATIONALLY DETECTED AND MANAGED BY TREATMENT
2003 UP TO 2004

4000000
3500000
3000000
2500000
2000000
1500000
1000000
500000
0

3,353,872
1,372,680
1,033,945 1,266,235

2003

2004

CASE FOUND

CASE HANDLED

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

79

From graph above shows that in 2004 there was an increasing case managed by health
care institution (37.75%) comparing to the coverage in 2003 (75.32%). Percentage
description of treated malaria case by province in 2004 can be seen in the following Graph
4.36.
GRAPH 4.36
PERCENTAGE OF TREATED MALARIA CASE, 2004

Detailed of malaria case detected and managed by health care institution in 2004 can
be seen in Annex 4.28.
8. Leprosy Control
Service effort to leprosy patient such as make a meeting among the patient through
various students and contact survey, and also intensive examination of patient who come to
health care with complaint or contact with leprosy patient.
Identified leprosy patients were treated with MDT package, which consists of
Rifampycine, Lamprene, and DDS given in a certain period of time. While for patient who
were detected in worse condition, will get rehabilitation through health care institution who
has more complete service facility. Result of various activities of leprosy patient new case
detected during two the last years can be seen in the Table 4.4.
TABLE 4.4
POPULATION INSPECTED, NEW CASE DETECTED,
HANDICAPPED PATIENT AND TREATED PATIENT
NATIONALLY 2003 UP TO 2004
Year

Examined
Suspect

2003
2004

Positive Suspect

CDR

Handicapped
Patient(%)

PB

MB

163,781

3,594

11,956

7.3

8.0

212,462

3,615

12,957

7.8

8.6

Remarks : MB = Multi Basiller, PB = Pausi Basiller

Sumber: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

80

Treated
Patient

17,519

Percentage description of leprosy case who had finished treatment by province


comparing to national rate, can be seen in the Graph 4.37.
GRAPH 4.37
PERCENTAGE OF LEPROSY PATIENT WHO HAVE FINISHED TREATMENT
BY PROVINCE 2004

While based on the results of collecting and processing of indicator/data of the


Minimum Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities reported
that number of leprosy patient detected and managed for the last two years can be seen in the
Graph 4.38.
GRAPH 4.38
NUMBER OF NEW LEPROSY CASES
THAT WERE DETECTED AND MANAGED BY TREATMENT
2003 UP TO 2004
19,283
20000
14,717
16000

12,129

12000

7,953

8000
4000
0
2003

2004

CASE FOUND

CASE HANDLED

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

81

The graph above shows that in 2004 there was an increasing of case percentage that
were managed by health care institution became 76.3%, comparing to the coverage in 2003
(65.7%). Detailed of leprosy case detected and managed by health care institution during
2004 can be seen in Annex 4.29.
9. Filariasis Control
One of efforts to control Filariasis is early detection of patients, treatment and control
of potential vector in endemic area. Effort of patient detected that has occurred in village
sentinel in 10 provinces during 2003 and 2004 can be seen in this following table.
TABLE 4.5
RESULTS OF FILARIASIS CASE MANAGEMENT UP TO 2004
No

Sentinel
Village

Province

1
2
3
4

NAD
North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau

5
6
7
8
9
10

Jambi
Bengkulu
Bangka Belitung
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
West Java

Inspected

Cot Preh
Kuala Tanjung
Koto Pulai
Lab.Tangga
Kecil
Tungkal Hilir
Tanggo raso
Irat
Mensere
Batin Tikal
Sejati Mulya

2004
Positive

Mf Rate

2003
Mf Rate

645
634
712
559

25
13
17
10

4.08
2.13
2.42
2.04

18.50
3.21
3.12
5.15

551
501
1,205
715
652
1,025

6
6
24
15
12
11

1.53
1.19
2.79
1.90
2.77
1.14

2.12
2.36
3.41
2.22
5.23
1.54

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI, Profil PPM-PL 2004

Based on data from above table, it can be assumed that Mf Rate (Microfilaria Rate) in
sentinel area during 2004 was decreased, comparing to the condition in 2003. It had a tight
connection to the treatment efforts that had intensively occured to all detected cases.
Meanwhile, the coverage of the mass medical treatment for the last three years can be seen in
Graph 4.39 below.
GRAPH 4.39
THE REALIZATION OF THE NATIONAL MASS FILARIASIS MEDICAL TREATMENT
2002 - 2004
20

15.000.000

16
10.000.000

12
8

5.000.000

4
-

2002

203

2004

3.793.488

6.351.961

11.539.682

REALIZATION

375.547

876.787

2.126.105

% COVERAGE

9,90

13,80

18,42

TARGET

Source: DG of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MOH RI

82

The graph above shows that the target and the realization of the medical treatment for
the last three years had increased from 9.9 % in 2002 to 18.42 % in 2004.
In 2004, the Hydrocelectomy had also been done for the 24 persons with the
hydrocele in Kabupaten Alor.
The invention and the efforts of the community health institution to Filariasis in 2004
will be detailed on Annex 4.30.
D. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENVIROMENTAL HEALTH AND THE BASIC
SANITATION
The environment has a big contribution to the appearing process of health problems
both in individual and community. Basically, the purposes of the development of the
environmental health and the basic sanitation are to decrease and even destroy the risk of the
diseases or any other health problems caused by the unhealthy environment. The various
efforts in increasing the quality of the environment are to develop the environmental health in
community and institution, vector surveillance, and monitoring the public places.
1. Developing the Environmental Health
The efforts of the environmental health that are regularly conducted are focused
towards community and institution which have possibilities to affect the health to the whole
community. The conducted efforts include monitoring, information, and the provision of
recommendation towards the aspect of provision of the basic sanitation (clean water and
latrines), waste management, air circulation, lighting and etc. The results of collecting and
processing the indicator/data of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector
from districts/municipalities for the last two years, related to the development of the
environmental health in institution, can be seen in the graph below.
GRAPH 4.40
THE NUMBER OF THE INSTITUTIONS THAT WERE
NATIONALLY REGISTERED AND DEVELOPED IN ITS ENVIROMENTAL HEALTH
2003 - 2004
2,014,384
2000000
1600000
1200000

548,733

531,433
277,153

800000
400000
0
2003

2004

REGISTERED

SUPERVISED

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

The graph above tells us that the number of the institution that were nationally
registered and developed during 2004 had increased. However, the proportional of the
developed institutions decreased from 52.15% in 2003 to 27.24% in 2004. The percentage of
83

the environmental health of the institutions being controlled by province can be seen in
Annex 4.27.
2. Vector Surveillance
The vector surveillance is an effort to control the potential vector in spreading the
diseases, such as mosquito. It includes vector survey to identify the potential, the bionomic,
and the controlling strategy.
In 2003, vector surveillance were conducted in 8 districts/municipalities, i.e. Deli
Serdang, Musi Banyuasin, Minahasa, Maros, Padang, Balikpapan, Kupang, and Jayapura.
The results of the surveys indicated that the positive index container in the managed houses
was 15.8%, and in the unmanaged houses the index container was 23.06%, while the index
container in the public places was 24%.
Meanwhile, the results of collecting and processing the indicator/data of the Minimum
Services Standard (MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities, related to the
monitoring of diseased vector (mosquito) in the house/building for the last two years, can be
seen on Graph 4.41 below.
GRAPH 4.41
THE NUMBER OF MONITORED HOUSES AND BUILDING WHICH WERE NATIONALLY
DECLARED FREE OF LARVA
2003 - 2004
10.468.650
12000000

8.809.542

10000000

6.463.787

6.004.806

8000000
6000000
4000000
2000000
0
2003

2004

INSPECTED

FREE OF LARVA

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

The graph shows the number of the examined houses and buildings which were
declared free of Larva during 2004 had increased, but proportionally decreased to 61.74%
from 68.16% as the coverage in 2003. The percentage of Larva free houses/buildings by
province can be seen in Graph 4.42, while the whole data can be seen in Annex 4.33.

84

GRAPH 4.42
THE PERCENTAGE OF THE MONITORED HOUSES AND BUILDINGS WHICH WERE
DECLARED FREE OF LARVA BY PROVINCE IN 2004

3. The Supervision of Public Places and Food Handling (PPFH)


The supervision of public places and food handling (PPFH) are to minimize the risk
of infectious sources to community which uses this PPFH. The activity of it includes
regularly monitoring the quality around the PPFH, the consultation, the information, the
advice to reconstruct the management of the healthy environment and the recommendation
for the publish of the license of business.
Based on the results of recapitulation of health profile in provinces in 2004 indicated
that out of the 171,181 inspected PPFH 117,903 (68.88%) were fulfilling the health
requirements. Provinces with the highest percentages of healthy Food Handling were Riau
Islands (89.79%), DI Yogyakarta (86.30%), and East Kalimantan (84.92%); while the lowest
were Middle Kalimantan (49.03%), South Sulawesi (52.82%), and DKI Jakarta (52.94%).
Number and percentage of healthy PPFH by province in 2004 can be seen in Annex 2.16.a.
The monitoring result in 2003 was that out of 484,667 public place facilities being
reported, 292,363 (60.3%) were inspected. The coverage rate of inspections among provinces
varies within a range of 27% - 85.4% and the highest coverage rates were in Bangka Belitung
(85.4%) and Bali (82.2%); the lowest coverage rates were in DKI Jakarta (27%), Papua
(41.3%), and Maluku (41.8%). The percentage of healthy food handling places by province in
2003 can be seen in Annex 2.16.b.
E. IMPROVEMENT OF COMMUNITY NUTRITION
Basically the effort to improve community nutrition is meant to handle the nutrition
problems faced by the community. Based on the supervision, the several nutrition problems
mostly found in community groups are: protein calorie deficiency, Vitamin A deficiency,
iodine deficiency disorders and iron nutrition anemia.
85

1. Supervision of Under-fives Growth


The supervision of the under-fives nutrition status is focused to the supervision of the
weight growth. It is implemented through monthly measuring weight in Posyandu, and
observation to the under-fives performance in the health care services.
According to the collection of the indicator/data of the Minimum Services Standard
(MSS) in the health sector from districts/municipalities, the illustration of the under-fives
growth can be seen in Graph 4.43.
GRAPH 4.43
NUMBER OF NATIONALLY WEIGHT MEASUREMENT
AND GAIN FOR UNDERFIVES, AND BELOW THE BORDER-LINES UNDERFIVES
2003 UP TO 2004

18000000

15,556,819

15000000

15,590,931
10,291,431

10,268,802

12000000
9000000
6000000

604,019

1,818,759

3000000
0

2003
2004
MEASURED UNDERFIVE
GAIN WEIGHT UNDERFIVE
BELOW THE BORDER-LINES UNDERFIVE

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

The graph shows that the coverage of the weighted under-fives in 2004 was insignificantly
increased (0.22%). 65.86% of it increased in weight, though it was lower than the previous
year (66.15%). Meanwhile, the under-fives with below-the-borderline increased significantly
from 3.88% in 2003 to 11.67% in 2004. The detailed weighing results of under-fives by
province during 2004 can be seen in Annex 4.34.
2. Provision of Vitamin A Capsules
The efforts to improve the nutrition are committed to people with less vitamin A by
giving a high dose of vitamin A twice-a-year (February and August) to infants and the underfives and once to mother (post-natal).
The provision of vitamin A capsules for the last two years is illustrated in Graph 4.44
below.

86

GRAPH 4.44
THE PERCENTAGE OF THE PROVISION OF VITAMIN A CAPSULES
ACCORDING TO THE TARGET AND THE PROVISION PERIOD
NATIONALLY IN 2003 2004

100
80,7

81,2
80,4

73,1

82,9

% FEB INFANT
COVERAGE

80
61,5

% AUG INFANT
COVERAGE

50,8

60

39,8

40
% FEB UNDERFIVE
COVERAGE

20

% AUG UNDERFIVE
COVERAGE

0
2003

2004

Source: Directorate of Community Nutrition, MOH RI

According to the graph above, the coverage of the target based on the provision
period was increased. The percentage of Vitamin A capsules provision to infants and underfives in 2004 by province can be seen in Annex 4.35.
3. Provision of Iron Tablets
The provision of iron tablets is committed to solve the anemia case and to minimize
the bad effects of having less Fe, especially as pregnant women. The coverage development
of the iron tablets provision to pregnant women (Fe-1 and Fe-3) during 2000 2004 can be
seen in the Graph 4.45 below.
GRAPH 4.45
THE PERCENTAGE OF THE COVERAGE OF
IRON TABLET PROVISION TO PREGNANT WOMEN
IN 2000 2004
100

percent

80
60
40
20
0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Fe-1

66.8

67.5

64.6

69.14

80.02

Fe-3

59.4

63.1

54.9

59.62

71.32

Source: Directorate of Community Nutrition, MOH RI

It was illustrated the coverage of the iron tablet provision (Fe-1 and Fe-3) from 2000
to 2004 was increased, though it was decreased in 2002. Coverage of providing iron tablets to
pregnant women by province in 2004 can be seen in Annex 4.36
87

4. Provision of Iodine Capsules


The provision of iodine capsules has purposes to prevent rapidly to group of people
which have less iodine and to prevent bad effects of lack of iodine to special community
either individually or as the whole groups.
The result of the iodine capsules provision to groups of fertile women in medium and
worse endemic villages for the last two years can be seen in Graph 4.46.
GRAPH 4.46
PERCENTAGE OF THE PROVISION OF IODINE CAPSULES
FOR ELIGIBLE WOMAN IN ENDEMIC VILLAGES
NATIONALLY IN 2003 UP TO 2004
48.63

60
50
40
19.81

30
20
10
0

2003

2004

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

From the graph above, the coverage of iodine capsules provision to fertile women in
medium and worse endemic villages during 2004 increased to 48.63% from 19.81% in 2003.
The detailed illustration of the result of iodine capsule provision by province during 2004 can
be seen in Annex 4.37.
Menwhile, the result of the provision to other groups in 2003 reported by 15
provinces can be seen in the Graph 4.47 below.
GRAPH 4.47
PERCENTAGE OF THE PROVISION OF IODINE CAPSULES
FOR PREGNANT WOMEN, POST NATAL WOMEN AND PRIMARY STUDENTS
NATIONALLY 2003
80

persen

60,7
60

40

31,2
26,11

20

0
Pregnant W oman

Neonate Mother

Primary Student

Source: Data/Information of Performance of the Minimum Services Standard (MSS)

88

F. PHARMACEUTICAL AND HEALTH SUPPLIES CARE


The effort of pharmaceutical and health supplies care is an inseparable part of the
plenary health care effort. It was meant to (1) ensure availability, accessibility and even
distribution of qualified generic and essential drugs to the community, (2) promote the use of
rational and generic drugs, (3) improve the quality of pharmaceutical care in the community
as well as clinical pharmaceutical, and basic health care, and (4) protect the community from
the use of health supplies that do not meet the requirements, quality, and safety.
1. Improving Rational Drug Use
Effort to improve the rational drug use is directed towards increasing the coverage
and quality of the use of rational drug through the implementation of more intensive
advocacy in order to realize a conducive community support as well as the development of
partnership with formal health care unit. Up to the end of 2003, the use rationaldrugs had
only reach 60%. That number did not show the target to be obtained which is the ideal drug
use of 100%. In relation to this, it is necessary to maintain these efforts to improve the use of
national essential drugs in every public health facilities and to protect community from the
risk of traditional treatment.
2. Community Pharmaceutical and Clinical Pharmaceutical Care
This effort was meant to improve the conducted professionalism of community
pharmaceutical and clinical pharmaceutical care including development of standard/manual
of community pharmaceutical care in hospitals and improve the capacity and competency of
pharmaceutical human resources. The followings are results of pharmaceutical care surveys
conducted in 28 hospitals in the development and evaluation of the pharmaceutical
committee.
GRAPH 4.48
RESULTS OF PHARMACEUTICAL CARE SURVEY IN 28 HOSPITALS
2003
100
80
60
55
40
41
20

22

20

Hospital with
KFT

Hospital with
DOEN

0
PIO

Notes :

Hospital with
SOP

PIO : Pusat Informasi Obat (Drug Information Center)


SOP : Standard Operation Procedure
KFT : Komite Farmasi Terapi (Therapy Pharmaceutical Committee)
DOEN : Daftar Obat Esensial Nasional (National Essential Drug List)

89

The Graph 4.48 is a result of surveys in 28 hospitals (provincial general hospitals,


district general hospitals, and private hospitals) in 7 provinces, i.e. Riau, Bengkulu,
Lampung, East Java, West Nusa Tenggara, East Kalimantan, and North Sulawesi, while the
result was that 55% of hospitals implemented drug information services, 41% had SOP for
pharmaceutical services in hospitals, 22% had Pharmaceutical and Therapeutical Committee,
and only 20% hospitals had formularies. Meanwhile, the survey result of pharmaceutical
services in 31 health centers indicated that 87,1% pharmaceutical services were implemented
by Assistant Pharmacists, 32.3% were implemented by Pharmacists, and 33.5% health
centers had formularies as presented in the following graph.
GRAPH 4.49
SURVEY RESULTS OF PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES IN 31 HEALTH CENTERS
2003

Health Center
Formularies

33.5%

3.2%

Pharmacist

Assistant
Pharmacist

87.1%

20

40

60

80

100

Meanwhile the survey results of pharmaceutical services in dispensaries indicated that


in general in the pharmaceutical services the dispensaries have already provided information
on the use of drugs, but only 28.5% had counseling schedules with patients.
3. The Application of Generic Essential Drug Use
This activity was meant to ensure the availability, accessibility, and even distribution
of drugs in health services, which implementation include the provision of essential generic
drugs buffer stock, revitalization of introducing the concept of essential drugs to the
community and application of generic essential drugs use to government as well as private
service facilities. In 2003 the availability of national essential drugs had reached 90%.
4. Community Empowerment in Using Health Equipment and Household Health
Supplies
This activity is meant to protect the community from using health equipment and
household health supplies that do not meet the requirements, quality and security. This
activity was implemented through among others monitoring of production facilities and of the
distribution of health equipment in the framework of the Production Method of Health
Equipment (PMHE), sampling of health equipment and the PMHE of health equipment that
are circulating in the market, and 4.2% of the sampling did not meet the quality requirements.

90

5. Public Services
In order to provide services to the community/public a license in the field of Health
Equipment and PMHE were issued in 2003 including 116 production licenses, 4,519
circulation licenses, 113 distribution licenses. Comparison between the already issued
production license, the circulation license, and the distribution license is presented in the
Graph 4.50.
GRAPH 4.50
LICENSES FOR PRODUCTION, CIRCULATION AND DISTRIBUTOR
OF MEDICAL DEVICES IN 2003

Circulation
Licence,
4519

Distributor
Licence, 113

Production
Licence, 116

The Graph 4.51 indicated realization of the license for pharmaceutical trade
companies which processed and stipulated with the Decree of the Minister of Health up to
November 2003. Two hundred proposals were received from 197 general pharmaceutical
trade companies and 3 proposals were received from the raw material trade companies. Out
of these 200 proposals, 198 licenses were already issued while the rest were being processed.
GRAPH 4.51
REALIZATION OF LICENSING OF PHARMACEUTICAL TRADE COMPANIES
IN 2003
200
190
180
170
160
150
Proposal

Minister of Health
Decree

197

195

Raw Material
Pharmaceutical
Wholesaler
General Pharmaceutical
Wholesaler

91

Import licenses were issued according to the requirements of the Tax Office towards
goods (health equipment) being imported to Indonesia, while export licenses in the form of
Certificate of Free Sale which stated that the health equipment has been given license of
circulation and is supervised according to the valid system in Indonesia.
G. HEALTH CARE IN DISASTER SITUATION
Every disaster in any places causes many problems in the society and many victims,
related to health and death.
The natural disaster, Tsunami, hit Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam on December 26 2004,
had caused many missing people, victims, health problems, and a mess in almost all the
social and public facilities in this province and part of North Sumatra. The large number of
health personnel victims who died and missing and also the damaged health facilities had
made the function of health services for people become disabled.
The number of people as the victim, included the medical personnel, and of the
shattered health facilities caused by Tsunami can be seen in Table 4.6 below.
TABLE 4.6
NUMBER OF DIED AND MISSING VICTIMS
BECAUSE OF TSUNAMI IN NAD AND NORTH SUMATRA

DECEMBER 26, 2004


No
1
2

Victims
Died
Missing
Total

NAD
128,803
37,066
165,869

North
Sumatra
128
25
153

Health
Personnel
240
436
676

Source : Journal of Tsunami Relief, MOH RI

Besides the shattered living places, Tsunami caused not only many medical personnel
but also their relatives in common society were missing and died. Thus, physically they could
not run their duty maximally, and it gave direct effect to the quality of health care.
For the survivors, they were evacuated, or by their own initiative, to their relatives
places, or to temporary places provided by government. In this case, the number of reported
refugees was 824,720 and will be detailed in Table 4.7 below.
TABLE 4.7
PREDICTION OF REFUGEES AND TEMPORARY PLACES FOR TSUNAMY VICTIMS
IN NAD AND NORTH SUMATRA ON 26 DECEMBER 2004
No
1
2
3
4

NAD
Prov

Evacuation
Refugee in temporary places
Refugee in relatives houses
Location for evacuations
Temporary places

539,385
...
61
854

Source : Journal of Tsunami Relief, MOH RI

92

North
Sumatra
Prov
23,620
...
...
...

Other
Prov
1,615
...
...
...

Total
777,620
260,000
61
854

While, the number of people with serious and non serious injured that had got inpatient and out-patient can be seen in Tabel 4.8 below.
TABLE 4.8
THE NUMBER OF INPATIENT VICTIMS IN HEALTH CARE
CAUSED BY TSUNAMI IN NAD AND NORTH SUMATRA
ON DECEMBER 26, 2004
No

Victim

1
2

Inpatient
Outpatient
Total

Number of victims in Health care


North
Beyond NAD&North
Sumatra
Sumatra
6,894
1,225
233
148,433
1,713
120
155,327
2,938
353
NAD

Source : Journal of Tsunami Relief, MOH RI

In addition, some health care facilities were reported having serious and non serious
damages. It can be seen in Table 4.9 below.
TABLE 4.9
LIST OF SHATTERED AND DAMAGED HEALTH SERVICE FACILITIES
CAUSED BY TSUNAMI IN NAD AND NORTH SUMATRA, ON DECEMBER 26, 2004

No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Victims

Shattered

Hospital
3
Primary Health Care
26
Private Clinic
2
Sub Health Center
37
Village Polyclninic
172
Mobile Health Center
39
Ambulance
14
Source : Journal of Tsunami Relief, MOH RI

Non serious to
serious damage
3
15
4
22
218
-

The shattered health care facilities and the missing of health personnel caused the
health care in NAD did not work. Thus, Ministry of Health as the responsible institution in
organizing health problems prevention in that situation made efforts of:
1. Developing Health Cares
In disaster situation, people usually concentrate in evacuation camps which were
temporary and improper living places.
A few moments after the disaster, health personnel rearranged health cares by organizing
health care in both temporary places and field hospitals, and networks for reference of
further health care. The health care were managed not only by local health personnel but
also national and international non government organizations, professional organizations,
regional government, Indonesian armed force, regional countries, and other world
organizations. In a short time, some health cares had been built in temporary places and
field hospitals.
93

2. Health Personnel Mobilization


In improving the health care according to the standard, Ministry of Health not only
activated The Disaster Brigade, but also mobilized the professional personnel through
professional organization, regional government, non government organization,
educational institution, Indonesian armed force, regional countries, world organizations to
work in health care in temporary places and field hospitals.
A few moments after the disaster, the health personnel had mobilized medical
personnel (practitioner, dentists, and specialist practitioner), nursing personnel (nurses,
midwives), non-nursing personnel (nutritionists, sanitarian, public health personnel,
pharmaceutical personnel, etc).
In addition, Ministry of Health formed a field team to help the arrangement of Health
Office in NAD and municipalities with Echelon I official in the head position, Echelon II
official as members, and Echelon III and IV officials as implementers.
3. Mobilization of Health Equipment and Supporting Items
In supporting health care optimally, health personnel also mobilized the aid of health
equipment and supporting items, such as medical equipment, medicines, transportation,
etc.
The mobilized aid was directly sent by contributors through Ministry of Health or
Disaster Relief Coordinating Unit (SATKORLAK) in NAD/North Sumatra, or directly
used in care facilities formed by contributor itself.
4. Operational Cost
Ministry of Health also mobilized budget to support operational process in health care
and in the arrangement of health management in every part of health care and institution.
Thus, that is all a brief description of health efforts in Indonesia up to 2004.

***

94

CHAPTER V
HEALTH RESOURCES SITUATION

Descriptions of health resources situation is divided into health facilities, health


human resources and health funding.
A. HEALTH FACILITIES
This section describes about types of health facility. There are Health Center, hospital,
production and distribution facilities of pharmacy and medical devices, Community
Empowerment health facilities and educational institution of health human resources.
1. Health Center
Number of Health Center increased from 7,237 units in 2000 to 7,540 units in 2004.
Unfortunately, ratio of Health Center in the period had tendency to decrease. It was 3.56 per
100,000 population in 2000 to 3.49 per 100,000 population in 2001. In 2002 and 2003, it
indicated similar ratio (3.46 per 100.000 population), while in 2004 it was 3.47 per 100,000
population. It means that during those years there were 3-4 Health Centers covered 100,000
population. The number of Health Center and its ratio to 100.000 population by province and
comparative to national standardization are in the following Graph 5.1 and Graph 5.2. Details
about it are in Annex 5.1.
GRAPH 5.1
NUMBER OF HEALTH CENTER AND RATIO TO 100.000 POPULATION
IN 2000 2004
Ratio of Health Center

7.600

4,00

7.500

3,20

7.400

2,40

7.300
1,60

7.200

0,80

7.100
7.000

0,00
2000

Number of Health Center

2001

2002

2003

2004

7,237

7,277

7,309

7,413

7,540

Number of Population

203,456,005

208,405,944

211,000,598

214,374,096

217,072,346

Ratio of Health Center

3.56

3.49

3.46

3.46

3.47

Source: Number of Health Center : DG of Public Health MOH


Number of Population : BPS-Statistic Indonesia /Indonesian Health Profile, Center for Data and Information

95

Health Center Ratio to 100,000


population

Number of Health Center

Number of Health Center

GRAPH 5.2
NUMBER OF HEALTH CENTER PER 100,000 POPULATION IN 2004

Meanwhile, in terms of coverage area of Health Center which is number of population


should be covered by Health Center are 30,000. The ratio of Health Center to 30,000
population in 2003 and 2004 were not changed (1.04 unit to 30,000 population).
Number of sub Health Center in that period tended to increase, they were 21,267 in
2000 to 22,002 in 2004. Ratio of Health Center to 100,000 population tended to decrease, they
were 10.45 per 100,000 population in 2000 to 10.36 per 100,000 population in 2001. Ratio of
Health Center in 2002 was 10.29, decreased to 10.15 per 100,000 population in 2003. While
ratio of Health Center in 2004 was 10.14 per 100,000 population. Those ratios indicated
100,000 population were covered by 10-11 units of sub Health Center. Number of Sub Health
Center and Ratio per 100,000 population in 2000-2004 are in the following Graph 5.3, while
details about ratio by province are in Annex 5.2.
GRAPH 5.3
NUMBER OF SUB HEALTH CENTER AND RATIO TO 100,000 POPULATION
IN 2000 2004
Ratio of Sub Health Center

22.200

11,00

22.000

10,00

21.800

9,00

21.600
8,00

21.400

7,00

21.200
21.000

6,00
2000

Number of Sub Health Center


Number of population
Ratio of Sub Health Center

2001
21,267
203,456,005
10.45

2002
21,587
208,405,944
10.36

2003
21,706
211,000,598
10.29

2004
21,762
214,374,096
10.15

Source: Number of Health Center : DG of Public Health MOH


Number of Population : BPS/Indonesian Health Profile, Centre for Data and Information

96

22,002
217,072,346
10.14

Ratio of Sub Health Center to


100,000 population

Number of Sub Health Center

Number of Sub Health Center

Based on the number of Health Center and Sub Health Center in 2000-2004, ratio of
Sub Health Center to Health Center was 3:1. It means that every Health Center supported by
3 Sub Health Center in providing health services to their coverage population. More details
about Ratio of Sub Health Center to Health Center by province in 2000-2004 are in Annex
5.2.
Increasing quality services of Health Center, since Pelita III (3rd five-years planning
development), numbers of Health Center have been supported by care installation or beds.
Health Center with beds were located far away from hospitals, main way with high risk of
accident, and remote area/islands. Number of Health Center with beds tended to decrease
from 2000 to 2004. Number of Health Center with beds in 2000 were 1,785 units, and scaled
up to 1,818 units in 2001. Unsignificant decreasing indicated during 2002-2003, from 1,926
in 2002 to 1,924 in 2003. Number of Health Center with beds continued to decrease in 2004
(2,010 units). The progress of number of Health Center and Health Center with Beds during
1998-2004 are in Graph 5.4 below, while number of Health Center and Health Center with
beds are in Annex 5.4.

Number

GRAPH 5.4
NUMBER OF HEALTH CENTER AND HEALTH CENTER WITH BEDS
DURING 1998 2004
10,000
8,000
6,000
4,000
2,000
0

Health Center

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

7,181 7,195 7,237 7,277 7,309 7,413 7,540

Health Center with 1,762 1,785 1,785 1,818 1,926 1,924 2,010
Beds

Source: DG of Public Health, MOH RI

Number of mobile Health Center whether using 4 wheels vehicle or boats during
1999-2004 tended to decrease. Number of mobile Health Center with 4 wheels vehicle
during 1999-2001 tended to decrease from 5,541 and 5,551 (1999 and 2000) to 5,084 in
2001. The number continued to decrease during 2001 to 2002, from 5,084 to 4,984. Despite
there was a decreasing in the last two periods, number of 4 wheels mobile Health Center
significantly increased during 2003-2004, from 2,795 to 5,358. Number of mobile Health
Center with boats decreased during 1999 to 2000, from 899 to 841. The number continued to
decrease during 2001-2002, from 716 to 654. Despite the decreasing in the last two periods,
number of mobile Health Center with boats significantly increased during 2003-2004 from
317 to 805 units. Number of mobile Health Centers and the ratio to Health Center during
1999-2004 are in the following Graph 5.5. While the number and ratio by province are in
Annex 5.4

97

10,000

1.00

8,000

0.80

6,000

0.60

4,000

0.40

2,000

0.20

Mobile Health
Center with Boat
Mobile Health
Center with 4
Wheels
Ratio to Health

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004


899

841

716

654

317

Ratio to Health Center

Number of Mobile Health C.


(4 Wheels and Boat)

GRAPH 5.5
NUMBER OF MOBILE HEALTH CENTER AND RATIO TO HEALTH CENTER
DURING 1999 2004

0.00

805

5,541 5,551 5,084 4,984 2,795 5,358

0.9

0.88

0.8

0.77

0.42

0.82

Source: DG of Public Health, MOH

As those decreasing in the number, ratio of mobile Health Center to Health Center
tended to decrease during 1999-2004. The ratio during 1999-2000 were 0.9 and 0.88, decreased
to 0.80 and 0.77 during 2001-2002. Despite the decreasing in last period, ratio to Health Center
increased during 2003-2004, from 0.42 to 0.82.
2. Hospitals
Indicators used for assessing progress of hospital facilities are number of hospitals
with beds and their ratio to population. During 1999-2004, number of hospitals (both general
and specific) in Indonesia increased, from 1,111 to 1,145 during 1999-2000. Number of
Hospitals during 2001-2002 were 1,178 and 1,215 units. The number continued to increase
from 1,234 to 1,246 during 2003-2004. In terms of ownership, number of Government
Hospital in the period were more than a half of total hospitals in Indonesia. The number of
Hospitals during 1999-2004 are provided in the following Table 5.1, while the number by
province are in Annex 5.5.
TABLE 5.1
NUMBER OF HOSPITALS (GENERAL & SPECIFIC)
IN INDONESIA DURING 1999 2004
No.

Management/Ownership

1 Ministry of Health

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

59

59

31

31

31

31

2 Province/Municipality Regional
Government

355

357

386

389

396

404

4 Armed Forces/Police

111

111

111

112

112

112

68

68

70

78

78

78

518

550

580

605

617

621

1,111

1,145

1,178

1,215

1,234

1,246

5 State Owned Enterprise/Other


Ministries
6 Private Company
Total
Source : DG of Medical Services, MOH RI

98

In line with the increasing needs for health, General Hospitals both Government and
Private during 1995-2004 tended to increase from 850 and 858 units during 1995-1996 to 873
and 888 units during 1998. The number kept on increasing from 887 and 910 during 19992000 to 935 and 953 units during 2001-2002. The number continued to increase from 966
2003 to 976 during 2003- 2004. In terms of ownership, increasing of government general
hospitals whether owned by MOH, Provincial Government, District/Municipality
government, Armed Forces/Police, or other ministries/State-Owned enterprise were stable,
while significant progress were indicated by private general hospitals. Number of general
hospitals during 1995-2004 is presented in the following Graph 5.6. While the number by
province are in Annex 5.5.
GRAPH 5.6
NUMBER OF GENERAL HOSPITALS (GH)
DURING 1995 2004

Number of
General Hospital

1300
1100
900
700
500
300
100
-100

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Government General
Hospitals

521

523

522

525

517

520

524

526

534

542

Private General
Hospitals

329

335

351

363

370

390

411

427

432

434

Total of General
Hospitals

850

858

873

888

887

910

935

953

966

976

Source : DG of Medical Services, MOH RI

Number of specific hospitals (government and private) increased during 1997-2004.


The number in 1997 increased from 217 to 224 units both 1998 and 1999. The number
continued to increase from 235 and 244 units during 2000-2001 to 267 and 268 units during
2002-2003. The number increased again to 270 units in 2004. In terms of ownership during
those periods, number of government specific hospitals stably increased, while number of
private specific hospitals indicated significant progress. Number of specific hospitals presented
in the following Graph 5.7, meanwhile the number by province and ownership are in Annexes
5.5 and 5.8.

99

Number of Spec.Hospitals

GRAPH 5.7
NUMBER OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALS (SH)
DURING 1997 2004
500
400
300
200
100
0

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Government SH

77

76

76

75

74

76

83

83

Private SH

140

148

148

160

170

191

185

187

Total of SH

217

224

224

235

244

267

268

270

Source : DG of Medical Services, MOH RI

Describing availability of health facilities it is also needed to present number of beds


in hospitals. Increasing in number of beds both general and specific hospitals during 19972004. It was significant progress indicated of general, while it was unsignificant for specific
hospitals. Number of hospital beds presented in the following Graph 5.8, while more details
are in Annexes 5.7 and 5.8.
GRAPH 5.8
NUMBER OF HOSPITAL BEDS
DURING 1997 2004
Number of Beds

150,000
125,000
100,000
75,000
50,000
1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Beds of SH

18,110 17,894 17,815 17,970 17,269 18,675 18,750 19,591

Beds of GH

103,88 105,29 105,78 107,53 109,94 111,53 112,37 112,64

Total of Hospital Beds 121,99 123,18 123,59 125,50 127,58 130,21 131,12 132,23

Source : DG of Medical Services, MOH RI

Moreover to describe coverage of health facilities availability, there are ratio of


hospital beds both GH and SH per 100,000 population. Trends of ratio during 2000-2004
were relatively stable. There were 60-62 beds per 100,000 population, the ratio indicated
every single bed on hospital covered 1,641 population. Number of beds and the ratio per
100,000 population during 2000-2004 are in the following Graph 5.9.

100

140.000

65

135.000

63

130.000

61

125.000

59

120.000

57

115.000

2000

2001

2002

2003

55

2004

Ratio of beds
per 100.000 Population

Number of Beds

GRAPH 5.9
NUMBER OF HOSPITAL BEDS AND THE RATIO PER 100,000 POPULATION
DURING 2000 2004

Number of Beds 125.504 127.588 130.214 131.129 132.231


Ratio of Beds

60,97

61,22

61,71

61,17

60,92

Source : DG of Medical Services, MOH RI

3. Production and Distribution Facilities of Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices


Development

One of the important indicators to describe the availability of health service facilities is
the number of production and distribution facilities of Pharmaceutical Services and Medical
Devices. Number of production and distribution of Pharmaceutical Services and Medical
Devices each year tends to increase. The number during 1997-2004 is presented in the
following Graph 5.10, while the number by province during 2001-2004 is in Annex 5.11.
GRAPH 5.10
NUMBER OF PRODUCTION FACILITIES FOR PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLIES
AND MEDICAL DEVICES BY TYPE DURING 1997 2004

Number of
Production Facilities

1,200
1,000
800
600
400
200
0
Industry of Pharmacy

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

235

205

195

198

205

226

229

295

Industry of Traditional Drugs

77

79

87

93

81

86

86

89

Small Industry of Traditional Drugs

559

608

722

872

794

811

1,130

1,134

Industry of Medical Devices

198

173

163

272

400

727

Industry of House Holds Health


Supplies

413

483

554

1,015

I d t

506

541

569

1 088

fC

ti

Sources: Board of Drug & Food Controlling and DG of Pharmaceutical Services and Medical Devices
and results of data up-dating.

Number of distribution facilities for Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Development


by type during 1997-2004 is presented in the following Graph 5.11, while the number by
province during 2001-2004 are in Annex 5.12.

101

GRAPH 5.11
NUMBER OF DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES FOR PHARMACEUTICAL
AND MEDICAL DEVICES DEVELOPMENT BY TYPE DURING 1997 2004

Number of
Distribution Facilities

10.000
8.000
6.000
4.000
2.000
0

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Pharmaceutical Wholesaler

1.631

1.718

1.819

2.026

2.082

2.249

2.478

2.432

Dispensary

6.903

7.467

7.794

6.196

6.391

7.767

8.364

8.456

Drug Store

7.101

5.028

7.000

5.246

4.518

5.405

6.610

6.843

Health Equipment Supply


Distributor

555

574

1.061

1.152

1.639

1.982

Health Equipment Supply SubDistributor

621

722

291

343

711

819

Sumber: Board of Drug & Food Controlling and DG of Pharmaceutical Services and Medical Devices
and results of data up-dating.

Distribution of government pharmaceutical and medical devices managed by drug


controller unit, formerly called the municipality pharmaceutical warehouse. Development of
drug controller unit in municipality/city during 2001-2004 is presented in the following Graph
5.12, the number by province are in Annex 5.13.
GRAPH 5.12
NUMBER OF MUNICIPALITY/CITY DRUG CONTROLLER UNITS
DURING 2001 2004
400

351
350

332
319
307

300

250

200
2001

2002

2003

Source : DG of Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Development

102

2004

4. Community Based Health Facilities


In order to increase coverage of health service to community, various efforts were
conducted by utilizing existing potential and resources in the community. The community
based health programs are unit of Integrated Health Services (Posyandu), Village
Maternal Huts (Polindes), Family Herbs (Toga), Village Drug Post (POD), Occupational
Health Post (PUKK), etc.
Posyandu is one of famous community based health efforts. Posyandu conducts at
least 5 priority programs, i.e. maternal and child health, family planning, nutritional
development, and diarrhoeal controlling. In order to monitor progress of each Posyandu,
they are classified into 4 levels,ie. Pratama Posyandu, Madya Posyandu, Purnama
Posyandu, and Mandiri Posyandu. In 2004, number of posyandu were 238,699 units, the
number was lower than 2003, as presented in the Graph 5.13 below.
GRAPH 5.13
NUMBER OF POSYANDU IN INDONESIA
DURING 2000-2004
242221

245000
240000

238699
234526

234843

235000
230000
225000

220198

220000
215000
210000
205000
1999/2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Source : DG of Community Health, MOH RI

Ratio of Posyandu to village/hamlets was 3.47, it indicated each village/sub district


was averagely covered by 3-4 Posyandu. Province with highest ratio was DKI Jakarta
(13.41), followed by DI Yogyakarta (12.27). Meanwhile Province with lowest ratio was
NAD (0.86), followed by South East Sulawesi (1.20). There were 4 provinces had no
available data, i.e. Riau Islands, West Sulawesi, North Maluku and West Irian Jaya.
Polindes is community based health efforts in order to assist midwifery services by
providing delivery unit and maternal and child, and family planning. Polindes are classified
into 4 levels, i.e. Pratama, Madya, Purnama and Mandiri Polindes. Number of Polindes in
2004 were 26,975 units. Ratio Polindes to village was 0.39. Province with the highest ratio
was West Kalimantan (0.84), followed by Riau Islands (0.77) and West Nusa Tenggara
(0.67). meanwhile, province with the lowest ratio was DKI Jakarta (there were no Polindes in
DKI Jakarta), followed by Banten (0.03) and Maluku (0.08).
Village Drugs Post (POD) indicated community contribution in simple medication,
especially realted to common disease. POD are classified into 4 levels, i.e. Pratama, Madya,
Purnama and Mandiri POD. Number of POD in 2004 were 6,596 units. Ratio of POD to
103

village was 0.10. Province with the highest ratio was West Nusa Tenggara (0.27), followed
by Central Java and Central Sulawesi (both of them were 0.25). While province with the
lowest ratio was di DKI Jakarta (not available), followed by Bali (1 POD existed, with ratio
0.00) and North Maluku ( 2 POD, ratio 0.00). more details about community based health
facilities are in Annex 5.14.
5. Education Institutions of Health Manpower
Education for health man power conducted to improve quality and availability of
health manpower affected to health services progress. Education for health manpower
conducted by government and private in several institutions of each education level. Only a
few of all existing institutions are organized by MOH in terms of coordination and
supervision. Those whic organized by MOH divided into 2 groups, i.e. Health Poly-technique
Institution (HPI), and non (HPI) Education Institutions.
Number of Health Polytechnique Institutions throughout Indonesia in 2004 were 32
institutions. They hold 14 subjects/study program, i.e. nursing, midwifery environmental
health, nutrition, dental health, pharmacy, health analysis, electro technique, radio-diagnostic
technique, dental technique, chemistry and food analysis, physiotherapy, and occupational
therapy, and prosthetic orthotic. Generally, a HPI conducts more than one type of subject or
study program, in 2004 the number of the subjects and study programs were conducted by these
32 HPI were 199 subjects. Most of these 199 subjects are Nursing (31.66%), followed by
Midwifery (23.62%) while the remaining were Nutrition (11.56%), Environmental Health
(10.05), Dental Health (9.05%), Health Analysis (6.03%), Pharmacy (3.02%), Electro-Medic
Technique (1.01%), Radio Diagnostic Technique (1.01%), Physiotherapy (1.01%), Dental
Technique (0.50%), Pharmaceutical and Food Analysis (0.50%), Occupation Therapy (0.50%),
and prosthetic orthotic (0.50%). The number of HPI by type of departments and province in
2004 are in Annex 5.19.
Meanwhile the number of institutions outside HPI in the same year was 683
institutions and most of them were nursing (70.63%), while the remaining were pharmacy
(11.28%), medical technique (10.82%), public health (2.94%), physical therapy (2.63%), and
nutrition (1.73%). In terms of ownership The number of Non-HPI Health Manpower
Education Institutions (HMEI) through 2004 consist of private sector (78.21%), Regional
Government (15.76%), Army/Police (5.26%), and MOH RI (0.77%). The number of NonPHI education institutions organized by MOH decreased in 2004 due to affiliation into HPI.
Number of non HPI Education for Health Manpower by types of departments and ownership
in 2004 are in Annex 5.21.

B. HEALTH MANPOWER
1. Health Manpower Availability
Health programs are not only implemented by the government but also by the private
sector. Hence it is necessary to know the description of health manpower availability working
in the government sector as well as the private sector. Unfortunately, current data of health
manpower working whether in the government or private sector are very difficult to obtain.
104

Available data are number of Civil Servants Re-registration (PUPNS) in 2003, Non
Permanent Employee (PTT), and personnel in hospitals and Health Center.
Based on the number of Civil Servants Re-registration (PUPNS), Non Permanent
Employee (PTT), and personnel in private hospitals, number of health manpower were
327,078, consist of 301,215 (92.09%) health personnel and 25,863 (7.91%) non health
personnel. Province with the highest number of health manpower was Central Java (62,837
persons), followed by East Java (34,331 persons) and West Java (31,411 persons).
Meanwhile province with the lowest number of health manpower was Bangka Belitung
(1,131 persons), followed by Gorontalo (1,232 persons) and North Maluku (1,794 persons).
In terms of professions most of total health personnel (301,215 persons) was nurse (141,196
persons), followed by midwife (61,947 persons). The percentage of both professions were
46.9% and 20.6%. Number and percentage of health personnel by type of profession are in
the following Table 5.2.
TABLE 5.2
NUMBER, PERCENTAGE AND RATIO OF HEALTH MANPOWER BY PROFESSION TYPE
PER 100,000 POPULATION
(DATA FROM CIVIL SERVANTS RE-REGRISTRATION (PUPNS), PTT PERSONNELS, AND
HOSPITAL PERSONNELS IN 2003)
No.

Types of Providers

Total

Percentage

Physician

23,904

7.93

Ratio per 100.000 population


11.01

Dentist

7,324

2.43

3.37

Medical Specialist

9,377

3.11

4.32

Dental Specialist

607

0.20

0.28

Nurse

141,196

46.88

65.05

Dental Nurse

5,796

1.92

2.67

61,947

20.57

28.54

Midwife

Pharmaceutical Degree
and Pharmacist

1,811

0.60

0.83

Pharmaceutical Analyst

948

0.31

0.44

10

Pharmacy Assistant

7,714

2.56

3.55

11

Master of Public Health

7,778

2.58

3.58

12

Sanitarian

13,761

4.57

6.34

13

Nutritionist

6,857

2.28

3.16

14

Physiotherapist

1,433

0.48

0.66

15

Medical Technicians

10,762

3.57

4.96

Total

301,215

138.76

Total Population were 217,072,346 (Based on Welfare Statistics, BPS-Statistic Indonesia 2004)
Source: Profile of Development & Empowerment for Indonesian Health Manpower 2004.

Ratio of health personnel to 100,000 population was 138.76. It indicated amount of


100,000 people are covered by 138-139 health personnel. Ratio of each type of personnel
indicated, the highest ratio was nurse (65.05 to 100,000 population), followed by midwife
(28.54 to 100,000 population).
Province with the highest number of health personnels was Central Java (60,123
persons), followed by East Java (29,815 persons) and West Java (28,591 persons). While
105

province with the lowest percentage was Bangka Belitung (1,054 persons), followed by
Gorontalo (1,147 persons) and North Maluku (1,669 persons). In terms of ratio, province with
the highest ratio was DKI Jakarta, followed by Papua and NAD. Province with the lowest ratio
was Banten, followed by Lampung and West Java. Number and ratio of health personnel to
100,000 population by province are in the Graphs 5.14 and 5.15 below. While more details are
in Annex 5.22.
GRAPH 5.14
NUMBER OF HEALTH PERSONNELS BY PROVINCE IN 2003

Source: Board of Centre for Health Manpower Development, MOH RI


GRAPH 5.15
RATIO OF HEALTH PERSONNELS TO 100,000 POPULATION
BY PROVINCE IN 2003

Source: Board of Centre for Health Manpower Development, MOH RI

106

Number of health manpower in hospitals during 2003 were 145,009 persons, consisted
of Health personnels (133,820 persons, 92.28%) and non health personnels (11,189 persons,
7.72%). Province with the highest number of health manpower in hospitals was DKI Jakarta
(25,672 persons) followed by East Java (19,391 persons) and Central Java (18,761 persons).
Meanwhile province with the lowest number was Gorontalo, followed by North Maluku, and
Central Irian Jaya. Details about health manpower in hospitals by profession and province are
in Annex 5.23.
Number of health manpower in Health Center in 2004 were 141,566 persons. They
were 7,550 persons in Health Center, and 22,002 persons in sub Health Center. Number of
practicioners in Health Center were 8,934 persons (PNS or PTT). In the number of 7,540 units
of Health Center, there were averagely available 1-2 general doctor in each of Health Center.
Number of dentist in Health Center was 3,778 persons, which indicated, there were not every
Health Center had dentist. Mean while number of nurse and midwife in Health Center were
40,070 and 48,252. That indicated each of Health Center had 5-6 nurses and 6-7 midwives. The
other health personnel such as Master of Public Health, pharmacist, pharmacist assistant,
dentist nurse, sanitarian, Nutritionist, Medical Analyst were not always found in every Health
Center. More details about number of health manpower in Health Center are in Annex 5.24.
Number of health personnel by type and province (not included personnel in MOH) in 2004 are
in Annex 5.25. While descriptions about ratio of doctor and nurse to 100,000 population are in
Graphs 5.16 and 5.17.
GRAPH 5.16
RATIO OF MEDICAL DOCTORS TO 100,000 POPULATION IN 2004

107

GRAPH 5.17
RATIO OF NURSE TO 100,000 POPULATION IN 2004

1. Physicians, Dentists, and Midwives as Non-Permanent Employees


In order to fulfil the need of doctors in Health Center, recruitment of doctors as nonpermanent employees (NPE) was conducted since 1991. Up to the end of April 2004
allocation of NPE doctors in Health Center was conducted for 36 batches. Area of allocation
is categorized into 3 areas, i.e. normal areas, remote areas, and very remote areas. But since
the 27th batch the policy of categorizing of allocation areas was transferred to the regions.
Cumulative number of allocation of NPE doctors since the first batch (August 2001)
up to the 38th batch (April 2004) was 33.419. Meanwhile provinces with the most allocation
of NPE doctors were West Java, Central Java and East Java. While the lowest allocations
were in new provinces, i.e. North Maluku and Gorontalo, and Bangka Belitung islands. The
number of NPE doctors and batch by province is presented in Annex 5.26.
NPE doctors who are still active up to April 2004 were 9,016 persons that was the 36th
batch (August 2001) up to the 38th batch (April 2004). There were 5,705 persons (63.28%)
placed in normal area, 2,328 persons (25.82%) remote areas and 983 persons (10%) in very
remote areas. Provinces with the most allocation of NPE active doctors were West Java,
Central Java and East Java. While the lowest allocations were Bali, North Maluku and
Bangka Belitung islands. Number of NPE doctors who are still active by province and
allocation criteria can be seen in Annex 5.27.

108

GRAPH 5.18
NUMBER OF DOCTORS AS NON PERMANENT EMPLOYEES (NPE) WHO ARE STILL ACTIVE
BY PROVINCE UP TO APRIL 2004

CENTRAL
JAVA
JATEN
WEST
JAVA
JABA
EAST
JAVA
JATI
NORTH SUMATERA
SUMU
LAMPUNG
LAMPUN
JAMBI
JAMB
SOUTH SULAWESI
SULSE
EAST NUSA TENGGARA
NT
N NAD
A
RIAU
RIA
WEST NUSA TENGGARA
KALTI
EAST KALIMANTAN
KALSE
SOUTH KALIMANTAN
SUMSE
SOUTH SUMATERA
SUMBA
WEST SUMATERA
BANTE
BANTEN
SUL.TENGGA
SOUTH
EAST SULAWESI
BENGKU
BENGKULU
PAPU
PAPUA
KALTEN
CENTRAL
D I YKALIMANTAN
DIY
KALBA
WEST KALIMANTAN
SULTEN
CENTRAL SULAWESI
MALUK
MALUKU
DKI
DKI
SULU
NORTH SULAWESI
BABABEL
GORONTA
GORONTALO
MALUKU
NORTH
MALUKU
BAL
BALI

379
345
334
329
324
308
303
294
290
271
252
228
225
203
199
187
143
142
129
110
104
79
73
66
64
0

200

446

400

605

600

895

683

800

100

100

120

Source: Center for Health Manpower Education, MOH RI

Similar to NPE doctors, in order to fulfill the need for dentists in Health Centers in the
effort to improve dental health, allocation of NPE dentists was also conducted since 1994. Up
to 2003 allocation of NPE dentists in Health Centers was conducted for 31 batches. The
cumulative number of recruitment of NPE dentists since the first batch up to the 31 batch was
8,258 persons, the most in West Java that was 1,147 persons, East Java 985 persons and
Central Java 848 persons. The complete data is presented in Annex 5.28.
NPE dentist who are still active up to April 2004 were 2,854 persons 1,930 persons
(67.62%), placed in normal area, 763 persons (26.74%) remote areas and 161 persons
(5.64%) in very remote areas. Provinces with the most allocation of NPE active doctors were
West Java, Central Java and East Java. While the lowest allocations were Bali, North Maluku
and Bangka Belitung islands, and Bali. The complete data is presented in Annex 5.29.

109

GRAPH 5.19
NUMBER OF DENTIST AS NON PERMANENT EMPLOYESS (NPE) WHO ARE STILL ACTIVE
BY PROVINCE UP TO APRIL 2004

Source: Center for Health Manpower Education, MOH RI

Meanwhile in order to fulfill the need of midwives particularly for rural areas including
remote areas to improve maternal and child health care in rural areas, midwives are also recruited
as Non-Permanent Employee (NPE Midwives) allocated in the villages. The development of
number of midwives as Non-Permanent Employee in 1999/20002002/2003 can be seen in the
below Graph 5.20, while its number by province in 19942003 is presented in Annexes 5.30 and
5.31.
GRAPH 5.20
NUMBER OF MIDWIVES AS NON-PERMANENT EMPLOYEE
1999/2000 2002/2003
50,000

40,000

37,319

35,164

33,430
30,096

30,000

20,000

10,000

0
1999/2000

2000/2001

2001/2002

Source: Bureau of Personnel, MOH RI

110

2002/2003

2. Students in Health Manpower Education Institutions


The number of students in 20012004 in all health manpower education institutions
did not have any much changes. In 2001 the number of students was 133,243 consisting of
25,780 Health Poly-Technique students and 107,463 Non Health Poly-Technique students.
The number of students in 2002 was 124,043 consisting of 26,684 Health Poly-Technique
students and 97,359 Non Health Poly-Technique students. The number of students of 134,271
consisted of 28,412 Health Poly-Technique students and 105,859 Non Health Poly-Technique
students. The number of students in 2003 of 146,220 consisted of 36,387 Health PolyTechnique students and 105,859 Non Health Poly-Technique students. Development of the
number of students in the health man power education institutions in 20012004 is presented
in the following Graph 5.21.
GRAPH 5.21
NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN HEALTH MAN POWER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
2001 2004
Number of Students

200,000
150,000
100,000
50,000
0

2001

2002

2003

2004

Non Health Man power


Education Institution Student

107,463

97,359

105,859

109,833

Health Manpower Education


Institution Student

25,780

26,684

28,412

36,387

Source: Center for Health Manpower Education, MOH RI

Furthermore a more detailed number of students in 2003/2004 education year and the
number of graduates in 2003 in Health Polytechniques and Non Health Polytechniques by
school/subject/study program can be seen in Annexes 5.32 and 5.33.
The number of graduates from the Center for Health Manpower Education in 2001
2003 did not change relatively very much. The number of graduates in 2001 was 42,057
consisting of 29,974 (71.27%) Diploma III level graduates, 167 (0.40%) Diploma I level
graduates, and 11,916 (28.33%) intermediate education level graduates. The number of
graduates in 2002 was 44,057 consisting of 32,021 (72.68%) Diploma III graduates, 257
(0.58%) Diploma I graduates, and 11,779 (26.74%) intermediate education level graduates.
The number of graduates in 2003 was 37,733 consisting of 31,927 (84.61%) Diploma III
graduates, 70 (0.19%) Diploma I graduates, and 5,736 (15.2%) intermediate education level
graduates. The number of graduates in 2004 was 45,562 consisting of 41,014 (90.02%),
Diploma III graduates, 87 (0.20%), Diploma I graduates, and 4,461 (9.79%), intermediate
education level graduates. Development of the number of graduates from the Health
Manpower Education Institution in 20012004 is presented in the below Graph 5.22.
111

GRAPH 5.22
NUMBER OF GRADUATES FROM THE HEALTH MANPOWER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
IN 2001 2004
50,000

Diploma II Level

Number of Graduates

Diploma I Level
40,000

41,014

Intermediate Level
32,021

29,974

31,927

30,000

20,000
11,916

11,779

10,000

5,736

4,461

167

257

70

87

2001

2002

2003

2004

Source: Center for Health Manpower Education MOH RI

3.

Production and Health Manpower Needs

Health Personnel Production has not fulfilled the needs, except for nurse. Production
of dentist nurse, sanitarian and midwife in 2003 reach 11.48%,15.98% dan 18.21% for each
from the needs of personnel adding in 2004. For practicioners, the needs of personnel adding
in 2004 has fulfilled about 65.49%, 49.77% for dentist, 92.65% for spesialist doctor, 35.75%
for pharmacist, 40.80% for pharmacist assistant, 32.82% for nutritionist, 28.32% for health
personnel. For nurse, in 2003 producted 22,484 personnels or 388.93% from the needs of
nurse personnel addition in 2004 that was only 5,781persons. The complete data of health
personnel production in 2003 and planning of personnels addition needs can be seen in
Annex 5.34.
Be guided by Healthy Indonesia Indicator 2010, there was a prediction of the health
personnels needs, so that up to 2010 those targets expect to be achieved. The prediction of the
needs of health personnel in 2004-2010 can be seen in Annex 5.35.
4. Students of the Health Manpower Education and Training
Education and training are meant to develop professionalism of staff in order to
improve the quality of health manpower. Training for health manpower consists of preservice or pre-duty training, structural training, functional training, and technical training.
Data on health manpower training is obtained from the activity report of the Health Training
Center and from request for training to the Center for Health Manpower Education, while
data on other trainings not conducted at the Health Training Center which certificates are not
obtained through the Center for Health Manpower Education is not available. In 2004 the
number of participants of the education and training was reported as 9,461 with the following
details Pre-Service Education and Training 978 persons (10.34%), Structural Education and
Training 343 persons (3.62%), Functional Education and Training 528 persons (5.58%), and
Technical Education and Training 7,612 persons (80.46%), as presented in the below Graph
5.23.
112

GRAPH 5.23
PROPORTION OF HEALTH MANPOWER PARTICIPATION IN THE EDUCATION
AND TRAINING BY TYPES IN 2004

Structural
Training
3.6%

Functional
Training
5.6%

Technical
Education &
Training
80.5%

Pre-service
Training
10.3%

Furthermore the following is a presentation on the development of number of health


manpower participating in various types of trainings from 1999 up to 2004.
GRAPH 5.3
NUMBER AND PROPORTION OF HEALTH MANPOWER PARTICIPATION
IN VARIOUS TYPES OF TRAININGS IN 1999 2004

Type of Training

1999
Total

Pre-Service Training

2000
%

Total

2001
%

Total

2002
%

Total

2003
%

Total

2004
%

Total

5, 96

17

4,.368

25

2,465

22

206

5.5

428

4.8

978

10.3

Structural Training

1, 239

349

220

181

4.8

235

2.6

343

3.6

Functional Training

8, 609

29

1,730

1,060

10

708

19.0

1, 448

16.3

528

5.6

Technical Training

14, 929

50

16,336

63

7,228

66

2,640

70.7

6, 93

76.3

7,612

80.5

10,973 100

3,735

100

8.904

100

9,461

100

Total

29, 973 100

22,783 100

Source : Center for Training and Education

The above table shows that the number of participants decreased since 2001. This was
caused by the handing over of most Health Training Centers owned by the Ministry of Health
to the Regional Government. Since that time the education and training activities are
conducted by the Regional Health Training Center and not monitored by the Center for
Health Manpower Education and Training. The number of education and training conducted
by the National Center for Health Manpower Education and Training and the Health Training
Centers and the number of participants in 2004 can also be seen in Annex 5.36.
C. HEALTH BUDGETING
According to the collected data in order to describe the situation of health Budgeting
in Indonesia, the followings are descriptions of health Budgeting by the government i.e. on
113

allocation of MOH development fund (State Country Budget) and allocation of


district/municipality Regional State Budget for health, and also descriptions on one of the
realization of health Budgeting by the community i.e. regarding health insurance.
1. Health Budgeting by the Government
The following is the description of health Budgeting situation by government that
covers routine and development budget of Ministry of Health and also health budget sourced
from Regional State Budget of District/Municipality.
Total of Ministry of Healths budget allocation (routine, development, and PHLN) in
2004 was 7,0122.54 billion rupiahs, while the realization was 3,827.71 billion rupiahs.
Routine budget was allocated 1,372.51 trilyun rupiahs, while the realization was
1,436.45 billion rupiahs (105%).
GRAPH 5.24
ALLOCATION OF MOH DEVELOPMENT FUND
IN 2000 2004
Thousand of Rupiahs
3,000,000,000
2,500,000,000
2,000,000,000
1,500,000,000
1,000,000,000
500,000,000
0

2000

2001

2002

Regional

1,380,694,850

1,511,095,708

989,069,545

2003

1,372,514,222

2004

Realization

1,950,127,181

2,613,060,056

938,407,224

1,436,450,393

Source: Bureau of Finance and General Affairs MOH RI

In 2004 the total allocated fund of MOH was 1,372.51 billion rupiahs. The biggest
allocations were for the Secretariat General (922.13 billion rupiahs), the Development and
Empowerment of Human Resources for Health (192.03 billion rupiahs) and for Directorate
General of Medical Care (147.81 billion rupiahs). The smallest allocations were for the
Directorate General of Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Development (7.87 billion
rupiahs), the Inspectorate General (7.87 billion rupiahs) and for the Directorate General of
Community Health (18.82 billion rupiahs).
From total amount of the allocated fund of MOH in 2004, it had been realized
1,436.45 billion rupiahs or 104.7%. The biggest percentage of realization were at the Health
Research and Development Board (129.5%), Directorate General of Community Health
(117.5%), and Inspectorate General (111.4%). While the smallest were Directorate Genereal
of Medical Care and the Directorate General of CDC & EH (96.1%). The allocation and the
realization of MOHs fund in 2004, according to the working unit, could be seen in Annex
5.37.

114

In period 2000 2004, the number of allocated development fund of MOH (consisted
of Rupiahs and PHLN), which was managed by cental unit and distributed to a whole
provinces as deconcentration fund, increased from 1,532.62 billion rupiahs in 2000 to
1,841.28 billion rupiahs in 2001 or 20.14%. It increased again to 2,451.85 billion rupiahs in
2002 or 33.16%, and to 5,138.55 billion rupiahs in 2003 or 109.58%. In 2004, it a little bit
decreased to 4,784.19 billion rupiahs or 6.9%. Meanwhile, the realization of it was 853.05
billion rupiahs (55.7%) in 2000, 966.04 billion rupiahs (52.1%) in 2001, 2,287.13 billion
rupiahs (93.3%) in 2002, 4,290.4 billion rupiahs (83.5%) in 2003, and 3,767.26 billion
rupiahs (78.7%) in 2004. The allocation and realization of the development fund of MOH
could be seen in Graph 5.25 below.
GRAPH 5.25
ALLOCATION OF MOH DEVELOPMENT FUND
IN 2000 2004
6,000,000,000

Thousands of
Rupiahs

5,000,000,000
4,000,000,000
3,000,000,000
2,000,000,000
1,000,000,000
0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Allocation

1,532,617,719

1,853,250,242

2,451,846,085

5,138,546,085

4,784,192,194

Realization

853,050,987

966,038,873

2,287,134,804

4,290,402,595

3,767,260,566

Source: Bureau of Finance and General Affairs MOH RI

The total allocated development fund of the MOH in 2004 was 4,784.19 billion
rupiahs, the biggest allocation of fund was for Health Effort Program (4,200.59 billion
rupiahs), while the smallest allocations are for the Program of drugs, Food and danger
material (11.97 milyar rupiah). Realization percentage of the development fund for the
Central MOH unit in 2003 was 78.7%, the largest allocations were Program of drugs, Food
and danger material (98.7%), Health Effort Program (81.6%), and Nutritious Maintenance
Program (68.6%), while the smallest is Health Resource Program (49%) and Healthy
Environment Program, Healthy Behavior, and Community Empowerment (52.3%). Routine
budget allocation and realization of Ministry of Health by program in 2004 are presented in
Annex 5.38.
Meanwhile, based on Center echelon I, Budget allocation of MOH that is allocated
into center unit was 2,228.06 billion rupiahs in 2004, The biggest allocation of fund was for
the Secretariat General (1,306.79 billion rupiahs), Directorate General of Medical Care
(167,58 billion rupiahs), and for the Directorate General of CDC & EH (525.97 billion
rupiahs). Meanwhile the smallest allocations were for the Directorate General of
Pharmaceutical Services and Medical Devices (11.97 billion rupiahs), Health Research and
Development Board (26.96 billion rupiahs), and for the Development and Empowerment of
Human Resources for Health (76.5 billion rupiahs). Percentage of MOH development budget
that is allocated into center unit in 2004 was 87.4%, with the biggest realization percentage
115

was Directorate General of Pharmaceutical Services and Medical Devices (98.7%),


Secretariat General (91.4%), and Directorate General of Medical Care (90.9%), while the
smallest were Health Research and Development Board (54%), Directorate General of
Communuty Health (63.4%), and for the Development and Empowerment of Human
Resources for Health (69%). Allocation and Realization of MOHs Rountine Budget by
Center Echelon I in 2004 is presented in Annex 5.39.
For local, the latest data is data in 2003. In 2003 the biggest allocation were East Java
(223.58 billion rupiahs), Central Java (191.71 billion rupiahs), West Java (189.6 billion
rupiahs). While the smallest allocation were Banten (45 billion rupiahs), North Maluku
(45.03 billion rupiahs), and Bangka Belitung islands (47.4 billion rupiahs). Realization of
developmental budget that have allocated to local area in 2003 was 80.41%. Province with
the biggest budget realization were Banten (99.88%), North Maluku (99.49%), and Jambi
(99.37%). While the smallest realization were East Nusa Tenggara (40.11%), Bali (50.32%),
and East Java (64.24%). Realization of developmental budget by province ib 2003 can be
seen in Annex 5.40. The developmental of MOHs reconstruction budget allocation in 20002004 is presented in the Graph 5.26 below.
GRAPH 5.26
ALLOCATION OF MOH DEVELOPMENT FUND
BY CENTER AND LOCAL, 2000 2004
6.000.000.000

Thousands of
Rupiahs

5.000.000.000
4.000.000.000
3.000.000.000
2.000.000.000
1.000.000.000
0
Local

2000

2001

2002

2003

789.402.923 1.081.510.18 1.010.677.64 2.477.564.59

2004
No data

Center 743.214.796 759.768.930 1.441.168.43 2.660.981.48 2.228.061.74

Source: Bureau of Finance and General Affairs MOH RI

In fact one of the quite sensitive indicators to know the situation of health budgeting is
the per capita health funding but up till now the data on per capita health budgeting is very
difficult to obtain, because it involves data on funding from various sources such as the
Government (central and region), private and the community. Data available is on the
allocation of the health development fund per capita per year, calculated based on the allocation
of MOH development fund for central and the region (deconcentration fund), no including the
health fund from the Provincial Regional State Budget and the District/Municipality State
Development Fund. In 2000 allocation of the development fund from the National State Budget
per capita per year was only 7,450 rupiahs, for 2001 only 8,840 rupiahs, for 2002 only 11,620
rupiahs, and for 2003 only 23,970 rupiahs. Allocation of health budget sourced from Regional
State Budget per capita in 2000-2003 can be seen in the graph 5.27 below.

116

GRAPH 5.27
ALLOCATION OF DEVELOPMENT BUDGET BASED ON SOURCES OF
REGIONAL STATE BUDGET PER CAPITA
2000 2003
30,000
23,970
25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000

11,620
7,450
4,088

5,000
0
2000

2001

2002

2003

In a meeting held in 2000 between the MOH RI and all Indonesian Heads of
District/Municipality, it was agreed that the Regional Government will allocate 15% of its
Regional State Budget for funding of health. Even though, until now the complete data on the
allocation of health fund in the districts/municipalities is relatively difficult to obtain, but
based on the result of data collection on resources from the District/Municipality Health
Office indicated that the percentage of the Regional State Budget for health towards the total
Regional State Budget for 20012003 was relatively not much changed and still too small
compared to the agreed allocation, i.e. between 1.3%8%. The percentage of the Regional
State Budget for Health against the District/Municipality Regional State Budget by province
in 20012003 can be seen in Annex 5.41.
2. Health Budgeting by the Community
To see the description of health budget that is expended by households by types of
budget, health budget is categorized into traditional treatment budget, self-treatment budget,
and product budget and other health service. For traditional treatment, the highest average of
health budget that is expended by households are DKI Jakarta (5,871.02 rupiahs), Jambi
(3,791.70 rupiahs), and Bali (3,710.31 rupiahs), while the lowest are Gorontalo (849.68
rupiahs), Papua (904.53 rupiahs), and West Nusa Tenggara (1,137.08 rupiahs). For self
treatment, the highest treatment of health budget that is expensed by households are North
Maluku (12,857.14 rupiahs), Papua (10,251.98 rupiahs), and DKI Jakarta (8,860.30 rupiahs),
while the lowest are Bengkulu (4,051.99 rupiahs), South Sulawesi (4,136.14 rupiahs), and
East Nusa Tenggara (4,442.28 rupiahs). For product budget and other health service, the
higest average of health budget that is expensed by households are DKI Jakarta (7,647.98
rupiahs), Papua (6,441.40 rupiahs), dan Jambi (4,445.97 rupiahs), while the lowest are SouthEast Sulawesi (375,19 rupiahs), South Sulawesi (407,45 rupiahs), and Gorontalo (526,18
rupiahs).The average of health budget that is expensed by households by province, types of
health budget, and living area in 2004 can be seen in Annex 5.42.
Percentage of households by funds sources that are used by health financed, and
living area in 2004 can be seen in Annexes 5.43, 5.43.a, and 5.43.b.
In improving community participation in health financial, since a few times a go, it
has been developing various way to give health guarantee from community. The level of
community participation in managed care effort during the last several years can be seen in
the Graph 5.28 below.
117

GRAPH 5.28
PROPORTION OF COMMUNITY HEALTH BUDGETING BASED ON SOURCES OF BUDGET
1993, 2001 - 2004
100
80
60
40
20
0

1993

2001

2002

2003

2004

Non JPK

84.5

79.8

78.9

76.4

73.7

JPK

15.5

20.2

21.1

23.6

26.3

Sources:
1993 data, World Bank Report
2001 data, Result of Continued Analysis of data of the National Socio-Economic Survey
2002-2004 data, Report of the Provincial Health Office

Detailed of total and percentage of population participation in managed care can be seen
in Annex 5.44.
This time has been developed various methods of pre-effort of health financial such as
Health Fund, Health Insurance (Askes), Laborer Social Insurance (Astek)/ Jamsostek, Managed
Care (JPKM), and other health insurance, and also Health Care for poor people. The
development of community participation in managed care in 20022004 can be seen in the
following graph. The detailed of distribution of community participation in managed care can
be seen in Annex 5.45.
GRAPH 5.29
PERCENTAGE OF PARTICIPATION IN THE HEALTH MAINTENANCE INSURANCE
2002 2004
14
12

10
8
6
4
2
0

Askes

Jamsostek

Dana Sehat

JPKM

Kartu Sehat

Lain-lain

2002

7.15

1.75

1.07

1.09

9.45

0.57

2003

7.19

3.59

2.18

1.04

8.31

1.3

2004

7.0

2.5

1.5

1.03

12.6

2.3

Source: Report of Provincial Health Office

***

118

CHAPTER VI
COMPARISONS BETWEEN INDONESIA AND SOME OTHER
COUNTRIES
Indonesia and some other countries in South East Asia are joined in an international
association which is known as Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). This
association had been formed in 1967, and it only consisted of five countries. Up to now, it has
developed into ten countries. Some of them are developed countries, but generally the other
members are developing countries.
A. DEMOGRAPHY
1. Number and Population Density
Based on WHO Health report 2005, Indonesia had the biggest population among
ASEAN members, while Vietnam was in the 2nd position with about 81 million people.
Brunei Darussalam had the smallest population (about 358 thousand people). Based on the
density of population, Singapore was the most with about 6,004 population per sq km,
followed by Philippines (270 people per sq km) and Laos (24 people per sq km).
2. Population Growth Rate
During 1993 to 2003, the highest Population Growth Rate among ASEAN members
happened in Cambodia (2.7%). Meanwhile, despite of its density, Singapore had the 2nd
highest in Population Growth Rate in ASEAN (2.6%). During that time, Indonesias
Population Growth Rate was 1.4%. The lowest was Thailand with 1.1%.
3. Population by Age Group
In 2003, Laos and Cambodia had the highest percentage of population between 0-14
years old, with each 44.1% and 42%. Indonesian population aged between 0-14 years old
was 29.7%. While Thailand and Singapore had the lowest composition; those were 21.3%
and 20.8%.
The opposite condition happened to percentage of population aged over 65 years;
Singapore and Thailand were the highest (each 7.7% and 6.6%). While Indonesia was 5%
and the lowest was Brunei Darussalam 2.4%.

119

GRAPH 6.1
DEPENDENCY RATIO IN 2003

82

Laos

80

Cambodia
66

Philippine
60

Malaysia

58

Myanmar

57

Vietnam
53

Indonesia

50

Brunei Darussalam
46

Thailand
40

Singapore
0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

Percentage

Source: WHO Health Report 2005

Percentages of population aged 0-14 years old and over 65 years old influence the
dependency ratio. ASEAN countries with high dependency ratio were Laos (82%) and
Cambodia (80%). Singapore was the country with the lowest dependency ratio (40%), and
Indonesia was 53%.
4. Total Fertility Rate
According to WHO Health Report 2005, the highest Total Fertility Rate of ASEAN
countries in 2003 was Philippine (5.9). In other words, every woman in that country had
average 5 to 6 children during her life. The lowest Total Fertility Rate was in Singapore with
1.3 followed by Thailand with 1.9. Comparing to other ASEAN countries, Total Fertility
Rate of Indonesia was in the middle levels, which were 2.3. The comparison of Total Fertility
Rate by all ASEAN countries can be seen in Annex 6.2.

120

GRAPH 6.2
TOTAL FERTILITY RATE, 2003

Source: WHO Health Report 2005

5. Crude Fertility Rate


Graph 6.3 shows that the highest Crude Fertility Rate (CFR) country in South East
Asia in 2003 was held by Laos with 35, followed by Cambodia with 34, while the lowest
CFR was in Singapore that was 10 mortalities per 1,000 population. Indonesia, Myanmar,
Vietnam, Thailand, Philippine, Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam were in the middle level.
The CFR of Indonesia itself was 21 birth per 1,000 population.

121

GRAPH 6.3
CRUDE DEATH RATE, 2003

Source: SOWC UNICEF, 2005

6. Socio Economy
One of indicators that show high-low socio-economic status of country is Gross
National Product (GNP) per capita. Referring to WHO in Human Development Report 2005,
among ASEAN member countries, Brunei had the highest GNP/capita in 2003 (US$ 24,100),
followed by Singapore (US$ 21,230), while Indonesia was in the 4th lowest GNP (US$ 810)
after Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos with GNP of each US$ 220, US$ 310, and US$ 320.
The below map shows that Brunei Darussalam and Singapore were the countries
having high income (more than US$ 9,386). Malaysia, Thailand, Philippine and Indonesia
were countries with the middle income (between US$ 760 and US$ 9,386), while Myanmar,
Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia were the countries with low income (less than US$ 766).

122

GRAPH 6.4
GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT (GNP)/CAPITA 2003

Source: Human Development Report 2005

7. Health Budgeting
Some important indicators used to describe and analyze Health Budgeting are
percentage of all expenditures in health sector towards Gross Domestic Product (GDP),
percentage of health expenditures by government towards all expenditures in health sector,
percentage of health expenditures by private sectors to all expenditures in health sector and
percentage of health expenditures to all Government expenditures.

123

TABLE 6.1
SELECTED HEALTH BUDGETING INDICATOR
IN ASEAN COUNTRIES 2003

No

Country

Percentage of all
Health Expenditures
towards Gross
Domestic Product

Percentage of
Governments health
Expenditures towards
all Health Expenditures

Percentage of
Private sectors
health expenditures
towards all health
expenditures

Percentage of
Goverments Health
Expenditures
towards all
Expenditures Sector
by Government

2002

2002

2002

2002

Brunei Darussalam

3.5

78.2

21.8

4.7

Cambodia

12

17.1

82.9

18.6

Indonesia

3.2

36

64

5.4

Laos

2.9

50.9

49.1

8.7

Malaysia

3.8

53.8

46.2

6.9

Myanmar

2.2

18.5

81.5

2.3

Philippine

2.9

39.1

60.9

4.7

Singapore

4.3

30.9

69.1

5.9

Thailand

4.4

69.7

30.3

17.1

10

Vietnam

5.2

29.2

70.8

6.1

Source: WHO Health Report 2005

In 2002, Cambodia had the highest percentage of all expenditures in health sector
towards the highest GDP (12%) followed by Thailand and Singapore with 4.4% and 4.3%.
For percentage of health expenditures by government to all health expenditures, the highest
was Brunei Darussalam (78.2%) then Thailand (69.7%), while the lowest was Cambodia
(17.1%) followed by Myanmar (18.5%), meaning that percentage of health expenditures by
private sector was bigger than government. Indonesia itself was one of countries with the
governments health expenditures was lower than private sectors with comparison of 36:64.
For last indicator, the percentage of health expenditures to all expenditures by
government, the highest was held by Cambodia (18.6%) and followed by Thailand (17.1%).
Indonesia had percentage of health expenditures to all expenditures by government was 5.4%
only and was the 4th lowest among ASEAN countries after Myanmar (2.3%), Philippine
(4.7%) and Brunei Darussalam (4.7%).

124

B. HEALTH DEGREE
1. Infant Mortality Rate (IMR)
Based on UNICEF report in The State of The Worlds Children 2005, the highest
Infant Mortality Rate in 2003 among ASEAN countries was Cambodia, followed by Laos and
Myanmar with IMR were 97, 82, and 76 per 1,000 live births. The lowest was Singapore with
3 per 1,000 live births, followed by Brunei Darussalam and Malaysia with IMR were 5 and 7
per 1,000 live births. Whereas IMRs for Vietnam, Thailand, Philippine and Indonesia were in
the middle level, which were 19, 23, 27 and 31 mortalities per 1,000 live births.
GRAPH 6.5
INFANT MORTALITY RATE, 2003

Source: SOWC UNICEF, 2005

125

2. Under-Fives Mortality Rate


Based on UNICEF report in The State of the Worlds Children 2005, the highest
probability of under-fives mortality rate among ASEAN countries in 2003 was held by
Cambodia, followed by Myanmar. Under-five mortality rate in both countries were more than
a hundred, there were 40 for Cambodia and 107 for Myanmar; while Laos was the 3rd of the
highest with 91 death every 1000 live births. Indonesia, Philippine, Thailand and Vietnam
were on the 4th, 5th , 6th and 7th rank with under-five mortality were 41, 36, 26 and 23. While
Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam had the lowest under-five mortality with 3, 6, 7
death every 1,000 live births.
GRAPH 6.6
UNDER-FIVES MORTALITY RATE, 2003

Source: SOWC UNICEF, 2005

126

3. Crude Death Rate (CDR)


Among ASEAN countries, in 2003, Laos had the highest Crude Death Rate (CDR)
with 12 per 1,000 population, followed by Myanmar with 11 per 1,000 population. Vietnam,
Thailand, Indonesia and Cambodia were in the middle level by range of 6 to 10 mortalities
per 1,000 populations. While Malaysia, Philippine, Singapore had CDR 5 and Brunei
Darussalam had the lowest CDR with 3 mortalities per 1,000 population.

GRAPH 6.7
CRUDE DEATH RATE, 2003

Source: SOWC UNICEF, 2005

4. Life Expectancy Rate


According to WHO Health Report in 2005, among ASEAN countries, Singapore was
a country with the highest life expectancy rate at birth (80 years old), followed by Brunei
Darussalam (77 years old) and Malaysia (72 years old) which is showed in the picture below.
127

The country with lowest life expectancy at birth was Cambodia (54 years old) followed by
Myanmar and Laos with same number of 59 years old. Indonesia was the 4th lowest with 67
years old.
5. Immunization and Vitamin A Coverage
Based on data was collected by UNICEF in WHO Health Report 2005, during 2003,
Brunei Darussalam had the highest basic immunization-BCG, DPT, Polio, Hepatitis B and
Measles coverage (99%). While Laos had the lowest basic immunization coverage. For
Hepatitis B, Philippine had the lowest immunization coverage. For BCG immunization,
Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia and Thailand achieved coverage of 99%. While for DPT
immunization, Brunei Darussalam and Vietnam also had immunization coverage of 99%.
Indonesia itself was in the 4th lowest for BCG immunization coverage (82%) and the 3rd
lowest for DPT, Polio (70% for each) and measles (72%).
6. Safe Water Source and Sanitation
In 2002, Malaysia had the highest percentage of safe water using coverage in South
East region with 95% (Brunei Darussalam and Singapore were excluded). Then, Cambodia
had the lowest percentage of safe water using coverage (34%) followed by Laos (43%).
While Indonesia was in the middle level (78%).
For coverage of the using of health sanitation facility, Thailand was the highest
country with 99%, while Laos was the lowest country with only 24%. Indonesia was in the
middle position (52%).
***

128

CHAPTER VII
CLOSING REMARKS

Data and Information are extremely needed by policy makers and health development
planners in every level of management. This Indonesia Health Profile 2004 is expected to be
one of tools to evaluate the program achievements in every province. The presentation of data
and information, both descriptions and annexes, is supposed to be used in taking steps of
improvement in every program so that its result of a quality and affordable health care will be
directly useful for community.
Data and information in this profile are based on achievement of Indonesian Health
2010 Indicators and Health Minimum Standard Services Indicators to evaluate
municipalities/cities performance in each province. By the various strategies, both moral and
material, in providing data and information in every province that is conducted by Center for
Data and Information, it is expected that the next Health Profiles will be faster and more
accurate. To enrich this Indonesia Health Profile 2004, there are some data and information,
which are not included in both indicators, such as national disasters in 2004, are presented.
In order to make improvement of up coming substances and publishing schedule, it is
needed a shared commitment, seriousness, and supports of stake holders in MOH, which
affect to a better substance and faster publishing schedule than years before. Therefore, the
main purpose of Indonesia Health Profile 2004 as a crucial reference of data and information
can be achieved.
Nothing is perfect. Although this profile is still far from the expectation, we really
hope Indonesia Health Profile 2004, both descriptions and annexes, can fulfil the needs of
data and information to measure globally the progress of health development, year by year.

***

129

BIBLIOGRAPHY
BPS-Statistic Indonesia. 1995. Estimasi Parameter Demografi SUPAS 1995. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2000. Gender Statistics and Indicators. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2001. Indonesia, Laporan Pembangunan Manusia 2001, Menuju Konsensus
Baru: Demokrasi dan Pembangunan Manusia di Indonesia. BPS-BappenasUNDP, Jakarta
___________. 2000. Indikator Kesejahteraan Anak 2000. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2001. Indikator Kesejahteraan Anak 2001. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2004. Indikator Kesejahteraan Rakyat 2003. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2000. Penduduk Indonesia, Hasil Sensus Penduduk Tahun 2000. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2002. Profil Kesehatan Ibu dan Anak 2001. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2002. Statistik Indonesia 2002. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2003. Statistik Indonesia 2003. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2004. Statistik Indonesia 2003. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2005. Statistik Indonesia 2004. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2002. Statistik Kesejahteraan Rakyat 2002. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2003. Statistik Kesejahteraan Rakyat 2002. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2004. Statistik Kesejahteraan Rakyat 2003. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2004. Statistik Kesejahteraan Rakyat 2004. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2004. Statistik Kesehatan 2004. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 1998. Survei Demografi dan Kesehatan Indonesia (SDKI) 1997. ORC Macro.
Calverton, Maryland, USA
___________. 2003. Survei Demografi dan Kesehatan Indonesia (SDKI) 2002-2003. ORC
Macro. Calverton, Maryland, USA

130

BPS-Statistic Indonesia, MoH RI, and World Bank. 2003. Laporan Hasil Survei Konsumsi
Garam Yodium Rumah Tangga 2003. BPS, Jakarta
BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Bappenas, and UNDP. 2004. National Human Development Report
2004, The Economics of Democracy, Financing Human Development in
Indonesia. BPS, Jakarta
___________. 2003. Indikator Indonesia Sehat 2010 dan Pedoman Penetapan Indikator
Provinsi Sehat dan Kabupaten/Kota Sehat; Keputusan Menteri Kesehatan
Nomor 1202/MENKES/SK/VIII/2003. MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 2003. Standar Pelayanan Minimal Bidang Kesehatan di Kabupaten/Kota:
Keputusan Menteri Kesehatan RI Nomor 1457/MENKES/SK/X/2003. MoH RI,
Jakarta
___________. 2004. Pedoman Penyusunan Profil Kesehatan Kabupaten/Kota: Keputusan
Menteri Kesehatan RI Nomor HK.00SJ.SK.VI.1797. MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 2004. Petunjuk Teknis Standar Pelayanan Minimal Bidang Kesehatan di
Kabupaten/Kota: Keputusan Menteri Kesehatan RI Nomor 1091/MENKES/SK/
X/2004. MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 2002. Kebijakan dan Strategi Pengembangan Sistem Informasi Kesehatan
Nasional
(SIKNAS):
Keputusan
Menteri
Kesehatan
RI
Nomor
511/MENKES/SK/V/2002. MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 2005. Profil Pemberantasan Penyakit Menular dan Penyehatan Lingkungan
2004. Ditgen of CDC & Environmental Health, Jakarta
___________. 2005. Profil Kesehatan Indonesia 2003, MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 2005. Profil Badan Pengembangan dan Pemberdayaan Sumber Daya
Manusia Kesehatan Indonesia 2004. Board of Development & Empowerment
Health Resources, MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 1996. Publikasi Hasil Survei Kesehatan Rumah Tangga 1995. National
Institute of Health Research & Development, Jakarta
___________. 2005. Publikasi Hasil Analisis Data Survei Kesehatan Nasional 2004. Board
of Development & Empowerment Health Resources, MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 2002. Petunjuk Pelaksanaan Penetapan Indikator Menuju Indonesia Sehat
2010: Rancangan Keputusan Menteri Kesehatan RI. MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 1999. Rencana Pembangunan Kesehatan Menuju Indonesia Sehat 2010. MoH RI,
Jakarta
131

___________. 2001. Rencana Strategis Pembangunan Kesehatan 2001-2004. MoH RI, Jakarta
___________. 2001. Survei Kesehatan Nasional 2001, Laporan Data Susenas 2001: Status
Kesehatan, Pelayanan Kesehatan, Perilaku Hidup Sehat, dan Kesehatan
Lingkungan. National Institute of Health Research & Development, Jakarta
___________. 2001. Survei Kesehatan Nasional 2001, Laporan Studi Mortalitas 2001: Pola
Penyakit Penyebab Kematian di Indonesia. National Institute of Health
Research & Development, Jakarta
___________. 2004. Sistem Kesehatan Nasional, MoH RI, Jakarta
Ministry of Home Affair and Local Autonomy. 2001. Keputusan Menteri Dalam Negeri dan
Otonomi Daerah Nomor 13 Tahun 2001. Ministry of Home Affair, Jakarta
Ministry of Home Affair. 2003. Keputusan Menteri Dalam Negeri Nomor 109 A Tahun 2003
Tentang Data Wilayah Administrasi Pemerintahan. Ministry of Home Affair,
Jakarta
Ministry of Home Affair 2005, Peraturan Menteri Dalam Negeri Nomor 18 tahun 2005
tentang Kode dan Data Wilayah Administrasi Pemerintahan, Ministry of Home
Affair, Jakarta
Indonesia Provincial Health Office. 2004. Profil Kesehatan Provinsi 2003. Provincial Health
Office
Indonesia. 2001. Undang-undangan Nomor 25 Tahun 2001 Tentang Program Pembangunan
Nasional (Propenas) Tahun 2001-2004. Bappenas, Jakarta
SEAMIC. 2003. SEAMIC Health Statistic 2003. SEAMIC/IMFJ, Tokyo
UNICEF. 2004. The State of The Worlds Children 2004, Girls, Education and Development.
WHO. 2000. The World Health Report 1999. WHO-Geneva
___________. 2001. The World Health Report 2000. WHO-Geneva
___________. 2002. The World Health Report 2001. WHO-Geneva
___________. 2003. The World Health Report 2002. WHO-Geneva

***

132

Annex 2.1
DISTRIBUTION OF GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AREA
BY PROVINCE IN 2004
Total
No.

Province*)

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

District

Municipality

District + Municipality

Sub District

Hamlet

Village

Hamlet + Village

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

241
326
158
124
76
149
73
164
36
41
44
568
564
78
654
130
56
100
194
149
93
119
122
105
99
244
117
46
44
57
45
173
74
5.263

112
547
256
190
117
294
123
164
54
105
267
547
744
47
785
144
89
91
299
80
133
121
177
253
133
616
271
83
47
32
80
81
41
7.123

17
18
12
9
9
10
8
8
6
4
1
16
29
4
29
4
8
7
15
10
13
11
9
6
9
20
8
4
5
7
6
19
8
349

4
7
7
2
1
4
1
2
1
2
5
9
6
1
9
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
4
3
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
1
91

Source : Attachment of the Decree of Minister of Home Affairs No. 18 in 2005, April 28, 2005
Remarks : *) The sequence of provinces are based on the Government Administrative Area Code
**) Number of population refers to data of P4B (result of the latest data in PILPRES 2004)
Only for NAD, area codes of government administration are input before tsunami, December 26, 2004

21
25
19
11
10
14
9
10
7
6
6
25
35
5
38
6
9
9
16
12
14
13
13
9
10
23
10
5
5
8
8
20
9
440

5.853
4.924
634
1.236
1.072
2.428
1.071
1.967
266
144
5.231
7.817
391
7.682
1.340
602
711
2.300
1.409
1.179
1.835
1.201
984
1.369
1.964
1.342
364
312
842
676
2.506
1.154
62.806

5.965
5.471
890
1.426
1.189
2.722
1.194
2.131
320
249
267
5.778
8.561
438
8.467
1.484
691
802
2.599
1.489
1.312
1.956
1.378
1.237
1.502
2.580
1.613
447
359
874
756
2.587
1.195
69.929

Annex 2.2
AREA SIZE, TOTAL POPULATION AND POPULATION DENSITY
BY PROVINCE, FEBRUARY 2004

No.
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Size of Area (Km2)


(3)
51.937
73.587
42.899
94.560
53.437
93.083
19.789
35.384
16.171
664
34.597
32.549
3.186
47.922
8.651
5.633
20.153
47.351
146.807
153.564
43.546
230.277
15.273
63.678
62.365
38.140
12.215
46.975
30.895
365.466
1.890.754

Total Population
(4)
4.075.599
12.068.731
4.528.242
5.679.643
2.619.553
6.596.057
1.541.551
7.028.388
1.012.655
8.725.630
38.472.185
32.397.431
3.220.808
36.396.345
9.083.144
3.393.620
4.076.040
4.139.206
4.010.338
1.867.231
3.219.398
2.761.575
2.154.235
2.245.242
8.342.083
1.911.103
896.004
1.238.812
869.235
2.502.262
217.072.346

Population Density (per Km )


(5)
78
164
106
60
49
71
78
199
63
13.141
1.112
995
1.011
759
1.050
602
202
87
27
12
74
12
141
35
134
50
73
26
28
7
115

Annex 2.3
NUMBER OF INDONESIAN POPULATION BY AGE GROUP AND DEPENDENCY RATIO PER PROVINCE
2004
Age Group
No.
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

<4

5-9

10-14

(3)

(4)

(5)

352.493
1.286.239
464.769
620.383
248.348
578.431
149.963
640.694
105.801
709.642
3.486.197
2.737.737
224.643
2.860.764
871.924
314.085
435.543
514.048
405.848
170.085
321.713
280.266
185.535
265.285
840.135
229.226
95.398
147.645
101.010
240.403
19.884.253

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

479.573
1.376.628
507.357
659.301
287.420
719.371
169.155
755.291
93.540
691.059
4.005.017
3.032.124
230.690
3.189.236
1.084.774
298.059
437.578
534.984
464.797
227.149
329.392
297.388
212.191
246.905
935.975
231.533
103.329
157.196
105.980
321.678
22.184.670

479.214
1.408.862
494.925
576.960
276.256
748.100
172.883
797.350
105.631
691.346
4.083.414
3.275.325
241.659
3.147.126
1.025.384
268.813
480.263
471.443
450.035
211.933
332.172
272.794
202.756
230.947
910.225
226.450
97.216
145.558
99.862
289.627
22.214.529

15-49

50-64

65+

(6)

(7)

(8)

2.238.073
6.499.220
2.328.053
3.303.591
1.501.148
3.733.418
883.581
3.873.145
566.340
5.506.296
21.299.306
17.387.608
1.784.158
20.237.176
5.189.553
1.889.922
2.146.112
2.033.204
2.210.660
1.070.879
1.839.747
1.639.549
1.197.194
1.239.450
4.368.661
1.005.595
490.828
634.571
463.950
1.468.488
120.029.476

383.424
1.056.505
468.673
398.453
226.918
596.606
115.313
667.295
104.362
882.352
3.929.630
3.846.299
432.970
4.599.830
695.715
414.745
404.536
399.928
355.378
140.081
298.249
213.828
245.251
192.104
892.317
157.918
82.015
103.781
69.793
159.082
22.533.351

142.822
441.277
264.465
120.955
79.463
220.131
50.656
294.613
36.981
244.935
1.668.621
2.118.338
306.688
2.362.213
215.794
207.996
172.008
185.599
123.620
47.104
98.125
57.750
111.308
70.551
394.770
60.381
27.218
50.061
28.640
22.984
10.226.067

Total

Dependency
Ratio

(9)

(10)

4.075.599
12.068.731
4.528.242
5.679.643
2.619.553
6.596.057
1.541.551
7.028.388
1.012.655
8.725.630
38.472.185
32.397.431
3.220.808
36.396.345
9.083.144
3.393.620
4.076.040
4.139.206
4.010.338
1.867.231
3.219.398
2.761.575
2.154.235
2.245.242
8.342.083
1.911.103
896.004
1.238.812
869.235
2.502.262
217.072.346

55,47
59,73
61,91
53,42
51,59
52,33
54,33
54,80
50,98
36,58
52,49
52,57
45,27
46,54
54,34
47,25
59,80
70,12
56,29
54,19
50,58
49,00
49,35
56,84
58,57
64,25
56,41
67,78
62,86
53,74
52,26

Annex 2.4
NUMBER OF INDONESIAN POPULATION BY REGION TYPES, SEX AND PROVINCE
2004
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Male
(3)

Urban
Female
(4)

Total
(5)

Rural
Female
(7)

Male
(6)

Total
(8)

Male
(9)

Urban+Rural
Female
(10)

Total
(11)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera

571.808

564.163

1.135.971

1.460.047

1.479.581

2.939.628

2.031.855

2.043.744

4.075.599

2.619.830

2.657.801

5.277.631

3.416.250

3.374.850

6.791.100

6.036.080

6.032.651

12.068.731

West Sumatera

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

DKI Jakarta

4.372.337

4.353.293

8.725.630

4.372.337

4.353.293

8.725.630

11

West Java

10.102.270

9.936.917

20.039.187

9.351.231

9.081.767

18.432.998

19.453.501

19.018.684

38.472.185

12

Central Java

6.605.986

6.762.770

13.368.756

9.578.265

9.450.410

19.028.675

16.184.251

16.213.180

32.397.431

13

DI Yogyakarta

928.547

961.211

1.889.758

655.874

675.176

1.331.050

1.584.421

1.636.387

3.220.808

14

East Java

7.511.563

7.731.346

15.242.909

10.469.700

10.683.736

21.153.436

17.981.263

18.415.082

36.396.345

15

Banten

2.515.606

2.403.928

4.919.534

2.091.989

2.071.621

4.163.610

4.607.595

4.475.549

9.083.144

16

Bali

875.203

853.968

1.729.171

837.527

826.922

1.664.449

1.712.730

1.680.890

3.393.620

17

West Nusa Tenggara

719.323

794.577

1.513.900

1.221.552

1.340.588

2.562.140

1.940.875

2.135.165

4.076.040

18

East Nusa Tenggara

335.858

345.154

681.012

1.714.075

1.744.119

3.458.194

2.049.933

2.089.273

4.139.206

19

West Kalimantan

547.352

537.088

1.084.440

1.511.501

1.414.397

2.925.898

2.058.853

1.951.485

4.010.338

20

Central Kalimantan

278.052

265.559

543.611

690.181

633.439

1.323.620

968.233

898.998

1.867.231

21

South Kalimantan

597.636

620.035

1.217.671

999.912

1.001.815

2.001.727

1.597.548

1.621.850

3.219.398

22

East Kalimantan

779.021

728.237

1.507.258

658.146

596.171

1.254.317

1.437.167

1.324.408

2.761.575

23

North Sulawesi

417.307

407.395

824.702

680.711

648.822

1.329.533

1.098.018

1.056.217

2.154.235

24

Central Sulawesi

2.245.242

25

South Sulawesi

26

682.840

694.900

1.377.740

1.543.007

1.607.495

3.150.502

2.225.847

2.302.395

4.528.242

1.263.314

1.249.405

2.512.719

1.638.333

1.528.591

3.166.924

2.901.647

2.777.996

5.679.643
2.619.553

376.195

381.795

757.990

956.509

905.054

1.861.563

1.332.704

1.286.849

1.107.736

1.156.272

2.264.008

2.214.557

2.117.492

4.332.049

3.322.293

3.273.764

6.596.057

220.975

224.258

445.233

565.001

531.317

1.096.318

785.976

755.575

1.541.551

806.834

771.626

1.578.460

2.847.041

2.602.887

5.449.928

3.653.875

3.374.513

7.028.388

220.086

209.237

429.323

302.907

280.425

583.332

522.993

489.662

1.012.655

230.089

232.430

462.519

922.692

860.031

1.782.723

1.152.781

1.092.461

1.220.522

1.278.482

2.499.004

2.880.165

2.962.914

5.843.079

4.100.687

4.241.396

8.342.083

South East Sulawesi

203.892

212.240

416.132

745.671

749.300

1.494.971

949.563

961.540

1.911.103

27

Gorontalo

113.197

122.863

236.060

326.555

333.389

659.944

439.752

456.252

896.004

28

Maluku

168.176

175.465

343.641

450.068

445.103

895.171

618.244

620.568

1.238.812

29

North Maluku

116.160

112.282

228.442

323.476

317.317

640.793

439.636

429.599

869.235

30

Papua

317.274

290.358

607.632

998.157

896.473

1.894.630

1.315.431

1.186.831

2.502.262

46.824.989

47.035.055

93.860.044

62.051.100

61.161.202

123.212.302

108.876.089

108.196.257

217.072.346

Indonesia
Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics, 2004

Annex 2.5
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF UNDERDEVELOPED AREA
BY PROVINCE, 2004
No.
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka-Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Total

Source: Ministry of Under-developed Area Development

Number of
District/Municipality
(3)
21
25
19
17
10
14
9
10
7
6
25
35
5
38
6
9
9
16
12
14
13
13
9
10
28
10
5
8
8
29
440

Under-developed district
Total
(4)
16
6
9
3
2
6
8
5
3
0
2
3
2
8
2
1
7
15
9
7
2
3
2
9
18
8
4
7
6
26
199

(%)
(5)
76,19
24,00
47,37
17,65
20,00
42,86
88,89
50,00
42,86
0,00
8,00
8,57
40,00
21,05
33,33
11,11
77,78
93,75
75,00
50,00
15,38
23,08
22,22
90,00
64,29
80,00
80,00
87,50
75,00
89,66
45,23

Annex 2.6
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF POOR PEOPLE BY SEX AND PROVINCE, 2004
(PERCENTAGE TOWARD NUMBER OF PROVINCE POPULATION)
Male
No

Province

(1)
1

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

12

Central Java

13

DI Yogyakarta

14

East Java

15

Banten

16

Bali

17

West Nusa Tenggara

18

East Nusa Tenggara

19

West Kalimantan

20

Central Kalimantan

21

South Kalimantan

22

East Kalimantan

23

North Sulawesi

24

Central Sulawesi

25

South Sulawesi

26

South East Sulawesi

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source : processed from Susenas-Core 2004

Total
(000)
(3)

583,8
885,8
234,2
382,2
163,4
694,6
176,3
803,0
46,5
153,9
2.350,8
3.425,5
301,1
3.577,2
401,2
115,9
479,2
572,2
283,5
98,9
113,6
159,9
101,3
250,4
620,4
209,4
129,6
199,3
55,3
501,6
18.070,0

%
(4)

28,81
14,69
10,66
13,19
12,30
20,92
22,44
21,97
8,90
2,52
12,09
21,15
19,01
19,89
8,71
6,78
24,76
27,94
13,77
10,26
7,12
11,17
9,24
21,78
15,15
22,06
29,56
32,28
12,60
38,18
16,61

Female
Total
(000)
(5)

573,4
914,3
238,2
362,2
161,7
684,7
168,8
758,7
45,3
123,2
2.303,4
3.418,3
315,1
3.735,3
378,0
116,0
552,4
579,9
274,7
95,2
117,4
158,3
90,9
235,9
621,1
209,0
129,5
198,3
52,5
465,2
18.076,9

%
(6)

28,14
15,17
10,37
13,05
12,61
20,93
22,35
22,48
9,26
2,83
12,12
21,07
19,26
20,28
8,44
6,92
25,95
27,78
14,07
10,63
7,25
12,00
8,62
21,63
14,66
21,74
28,47
31,99
12,24
39,25
16,72

Male+Female
Total
(000)
(7)

1.157,2
1.800,1
472,4
744,4
325,1
1.379,3
345,1
1.561,7
91,8
277,1
4.654,2
6.843,8
616,2
7.312,5
779,2
231,9
1.031,6
1.152,1
558,2
194,1
231,0
318,2
192,2
486,3
1.241,5
418,4
259,1
397,6
107,8
966,8
36.146,9

%
(8)

28,47
14,93
10,46
13,12
12,45
20,92
22,39
22,22
9,07
3,18
12,10
21,11
19,14
20,08
8,58
6,85
25,38
27,86
13,91
10,44
7,19
11,57
8,94
21,69
14,90
21,90
29,01
32,13
12,42
38,69
16,66

Annex 2.7
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF POOR PEOPLE BY AREA AND PROVINCE, 2004
(PERCENTAGE TOWARD NUMBER OF NATIONAL POOR PEOPLE)

No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : processed from Susenas-Core 2004

Urban
Total
(000)
(3)
198,4
633,4
167,8
160,5
130,8
455,1
112,8
317,3
33,0
277,1
2.243,2
2.346,5
301,4
2.230,6
279,9
87,0
492,5
122,7
173,8
33,0
63,5
84,3
35,9
70,5
152,2
38,0
43,7
41,1
23,9
49,1
11.369,0

%
(4)
1,75
5,57
1,48
1,41
1,15
4,00
0,99
2,79
0,29
2,44
19,73
20,64
2,65
19,62
2,46
0,77
4,33
1,08
1,26
0,29
0,56
0,74
0,32
0,62
1,34
0,33
0,38
0,36
0,21
0,43
100,00

Rural
Total
(000)
(5)
958,8
1.166,7
304,6
583,9
194,3
924,2
232,3
1.244,4
58,8
2.411,0
4.497,3
314,8
5.081,9
499,3
144,9
539,1
1.029,4
414,4
161,1
167,5
233,9
156,3
415,8
1.089,3
380,4
215,4
356,5
83,9
917,7
24.777,9

%
(6)
0,00
4,71
1,23
2,36
0,78
3,73
0,94
5,02
0,24
9,73
18,15
1,27
20,51
2,02
0,58
2,18
4,15
1,67
0,65
0,68
0,94
0,63
1,68
4,40
1,54
0,87
1,44
0,34
3,70
100,00

Urban+Rural
Total
(000)
(7)
1.157,2
1.800,1
472,4
744,4
325,1
1.379,3
345,1
1.561,7
91,8
277,1
4.654,2
6.843,8
616,2
7.312,5
779,2
231,9
1.031,6
1.152,1
558,2
194,1
231,0
318,2
192,2
486,3
1.241,5
418,4
259,1
397,6
107,8
966,8
36.146,9

%
(8)
3,20
4,98
1,31
2,06
0,90
3,82
0,95
4,32
0,25
0,77
12,88
18,93
1,70
20,23
2,16
0,64
2,85
3,19
1,54
0,54
0,64
0,88
0,53
1,35
3,43
1,16
0,72
1,10
0,30
2,67
100,00

Annex 2.8

NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF POOR PEOPLE BY AREA AND PROVINCE, 2004


(PERCENTAGE TOWARD NUMBER OF PROVINCE POPULATION)

No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : processed from Susenas-Core 2004

Urban
Total
(000)
(3)
198,4
633,4
167,8
160,5
130,8
455,1
112,8
317,3
33,0
277,1
2.243,2
2.346,5
301,4
2.230,6
279,9
87,0
492,5
122,7
143,8
33,0
63,5
84,3
35,9
70,5
152,2
38,0
43,7
41,1
23,9
49,1
11.369,0

%
(4)
17,58
12,02
12,28
6,44
17,34
20,13
25,43
20,17
7,73
3,18
11,21
17,52
15,96
14,62
5,69
5,05
32,66
18,11
13,29
6,13
5,28
5,63
4,37
15,33
6,11
9,21
18,63
11,99
10,50
7,71
12,13

Rural
Total
(000)
(5)
958,8
1.166,7
304,6
583,9
194,3
924,2
232,3
1.244,4
58,8
2.411,0
4.497,3
314,8
5.081,9
499,3
144,9
539,1
1.029,4
414,4
161,1
167,5
233,9
156,3
415,8
1.089,3
380,4
215,4
356,5
83,9
917,7
24.777,9

%
(6)
32,66
17,19
9,67
18,36
10,46
21,33
21,16
22,81
10,06
13,08
23,64
23,65
24,02
11,99
8,71
21,09
29,77
14,15
12,20
8,33
18,68
11,76
23,33
18,65
25,39
32,70
39,86
13,10
49,28
20,11

Urban+Rural
Total
(000)
(7)
1.157,2
1.800,1
472,4
744,4
325,1
1.379,3
345,1
1.561,7
91,8
277,1
4.654,2
6.843,8
616,2
7.312,5
779,2
231,9
1.031,6
1.152,1
558,2
194,1
231,0
318,2
192,2
486,3
1.241,5
418,4
259,1
397,6
107,8
966,8
36.146,9

%
(8)
28,47
14,93
10,46
13,12
12,45
20,92
22,39
22,22
9,07
3,18
12,10
21,11
19,14
20,08
8,58
6,85
25,38
27,86
13,91
10,44
7,19
11,57
8,94
21,69
14,90
21,90
29,01
32,13
12,42
38,69
16,66

Annex 2.9
INDEX OF POVERTY PROFOUNDITY (P1) AND INDEX OF POVERTY SERIOUSNESS (P2)
BY PROVINCE, 2002 - 2004
No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

2002

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : processed from Susenas-Core 2004

P1 (%)
(3)
4,32
2,63
1,81
2,01
2,38
3,60
3,39
4,18
1,44
0,39
2,21
4,00
3,81
3,88
1,27
0,95
5,01
6,48
2,39
2,04
1,11
1,90
1,54
4,46
2,78
4,81
6,20
6,78
2,63
7,91
3,01

2003
P2 (%)
(4)
1,00
0,65
0,43
0,48
0,71
0,95
0,83
1,12
0,31
0,07
0,56
1,05
1,07
1,03
0,29
0,21
1,28
1,97
0,60
0,57
0,23
0,46
0,36
1,21
0,75
1,44
1,79
1,96
0,75
2,25
0,79

P1 (%)
(5)
6,73
2,63
1,74
2,46
2,09
4,16
4,03
4,26
1,53
0,49
2,20
3,93
3,91
3,80
1,49
1,05
4,87
5,61
2,62
2,15
1,22
2,27
1,81
4,58
2,73
4,13
7,02
6,76
2,08
10,69
3,13

2004
P2 (%)
(6)
2,12
0,66
0,43
0,66
0,55
1,16
1,03
1,17
0,34
0,11
0,56
1,07
1,09
1,02
0,36
0,24
1,32
1,64
0,71
0,70
0,28
0,63
0,56
1,32
0,73
1,06
2,43
1,96
0,50
4,00
0,85

P1 (%)
(7)
6,32
2,32
1,52
2,28
2,04
3,98
3,82
4,12
1,35
0,42
1,91
3,58
3,52
3,42
1,26
0,92
4,35
5,12
2,28
1,98
1,04
2,06
1,80
4,03
2,42
3,80
6,95
6,32
2,06
10,56
2,89

P2 (%)
(8)
1,98
0,59
0,37
0,70
0,54
1,09
0,98
1,12
0,31
0,09
0,48
0,97
0,96
0,92
0,30
0,21
1,16
1,48
0,60
0,68
0,24
0,60
0,54
1,14
0,63
0,98
2,32
1,82
0,45
5,01
0,78

Annex 2.10
NUMBER OF FAMILY BY PROSPEROUS FAMILY PERIOD AND PROVINCE
(RESULT OF FAMILY DATA COLLECTION IN 2004)
Code
Nr of
Prov
(1)

09
10
11
12
13
14
28
01
02
03
06
08
15
17
19
21
23
29
30
04
05
07
16
18
20
22
24
25
26
31
32
33

Province

Number of Prosperous Family I

Economic
Reason

Other
Reasons

Total

Economic
Reason

Other
Reasons

Total

Number of
Prosperous
Family II

Number of
Prosperous
Family III

Number of
Prosperous
Family III +

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(2)

DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
Bali
Banten
JAVA - BALI
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
South Sumatera
Lampung
West Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Bangka Belitung
Gorontalo
OUTSIDE JAVA BALI
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
East Nusa Tenggara
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
Central Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Maluku
Papua
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Riau Islands
OUTSIDE JAVA BALI
NATIONAL

Number of PreProsperous Family

Number of
Head of the
Family
1.492.090
9.828.448
8.626.258
860.437
10.047.266
803.515
1.974.042
33.632.056
827.695
2.553.618
1.006.880
1.575.574
1.707.646
1.168.021
903.015
844.673
551.102
1.908.096
245.382
231.052
13.522.754
958.002
636.229
367.206
962.961
438.289
619.238
547.155
449.019
287.391
322.863
189.883
118.671
228.118
6.125.025
53.279.835

Source: National Family Planning Coordinating Board

7.109
970.874
1.908.902
109.470
1.833.255
43.873
212.530
5.086.013
225.893
202.383
14.073
281.825
510.885
334.709
9.604
43.071
80.734
210.849
22.164
30.726
1.966.916
71.270
43.145
47.528
484.439
30.062
40.101
114.621
145.827
81.179
159.553
58.071
45.853
6.569
1.328.218
8.381.147

1.930
297.560
1.263.016
41.017
974.941
7.251
101.693
2.687.408
38.349
38.487
7.730
76.355
152.276
53.319
7.283
12.001
19.883
62.106
6.399
16.454
490.642
37.330
27.951
13.150
82.238
11.049
13.449
31.791
24.300
25.817
13.043
23.289
4.936
2.664
311.007
3.489.057

9.039
1.268.434
3.171.918
150.487
2.808.196
51.124
314.223
7.773.421
264.242
240.870
21.803
358.180
663.161
388.028
16.887
55.072
100.617
272.955
28.563
47.180
2.457.558
108.600
71.096
60.678
566.677
41.111
53.550
146.412
170.127
106.996
172.596
81.360
50.789
9.233
1.639.225
11.870.204

125.148
1.700.719
815.129
126.587
1.079.836
76.020
268.967
4.192.406
217.381
443.413
136.093
322.975
309.009
350.241
185.919
154.184
91.764
319.838
34.702
46.185
2.611.704
152.118
91.911
79.970
188.559
83.780
97.606
121.311
85.602
52.024
64.124
30.059
25.999
20.581
1.093.644
7.897.754

246.975
1.675.464
971.044
106.744
1.201.854
29.140
308.713
4.539.934
66.531
339.674
227.140
165.148
213.182
156.585
170.811
145.978
62.408
374.555
32.637
45.832
2.000.481
135.466
82.753
49.644
91.528
82.416
86.942
74.757
59.369
39.059
23.889
24.360
16.834
33.057
800.074
7.340.489

372.123
3.376.183
1.786.173
233.331
2.281.690
105.160
577.680
8.732.340
283.912
783.087
363.233
488.123
522.191
506.826
356.730
300.162
154.172
694.393
67.339
92.017
4.612.185
287.584
174.664
129.614
280.087
166.196
184.548
196.068
144.971
91.083
88.013
54.419
42.833
53.638
1.893.718
15.238.243

466.711
2.909.975
1.901.727
234.807
2.265.892
94.549
574.340
8.448.001
171.193
841.663
365.788
496.942
340.081
170.851
334.760
337.108
139.363
558.105
92.155
48.634
3.896.643
357.380
232.065
117.683
85.646
164.902
168.993
132.882
91.251
59.214
35.397
34.487
17.757
63.721
1.561.378
13.906.022

504.896
1.889.094
1.457.989
195.059
2.255.307
499.748
382.688
7.184.781
78.644
578.711
230.065
205.645
159.932
97.166
139.360
137.941
124.214
316.868
54.294
31.962
2.154.802
153.450
129.164
53.109
25.971
49.253
143.582
62.979
36.560
19.923
19.014
15.956
5.743
75.910
790.614
10.130.197

139.321
384.762
308.451
46.753
436.181
52.934
125.111
1.493.513
29.704
109.287
25.991
26.684
22.281
5.150
55.278
14.390
32.736
65.775
3.031
11.259
401.566
50.988
29.240
6.122
4.580
16.557
68.565
17.704
6.110
10.175
7.837
3.661
1.549
25.616
248.704
2.143.783

Annex 2.11
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER
BY SEX, MARITAL STATUS AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban+Rural
No.

Male
Marital Status

Province

(1)

(2)

Female
Marital Status

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Total
(7)

Male+Female
Marital Status

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Total
(12)

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

Total
(17)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

49,14

49,30

0,23

1,32

100,00

39,07

48,38

1,79

10,76

100,00

44,03

48,84

1,02

6,11

100,00

North Sumatera

46,29

51,65

0,39

1,66

100,00

39,19

51,45

1,28

8,09

100,00

42,71

51,55

0,84

4,90

100,00

West Sumatera

42,95

54,43

0,92

1,70

100,00

34,31

51,39

3,51

10,79

100,00

38,48

52,85

2,26

6,41

100,00

Riau

42,49

55,89

0,49

1,13

100,00

36,48

57,30

1,26

4,96

100,00

39,52

56,59

0,87

3,02

100,00

Jambi

40,69

57,27

0,54

1,50

100,00

31,85

59,41

1,67

7,08

100,00

36,33

58,32

1,10

4,25

100,00

South Sumatera

42,38

55,44

0,56

1,61

100,00

35,27

56,32

1,28

7,13

100,00

38,85

55,88

0,92

4,36

100,00

Bengkulu

40,29

56,83

0,96

1,92

100,00

33,61

58,93

1,72

5,74

100,00

37,02

57,86

1,33

3,80

100,00

Lampung

42,31

55,50

0,65

1,55

100,00

31,65

59,90

1,44

7,01

100,00

37,20

57,61

1,03

4,16

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

42,81

54,66

0,87

1,67

100,00

32,30

57,56

2,13

8,01

100,00

37,69

56,07

1,48

4,76

100,00

10

DKI Jakarta

44,44

53,42

0,63

1,50

100,00

38,90

52,71

1,96

6,43

100,00

41,66

53,07

1,30

3,97

100,00

11

West Java

38,07

59,75

0,95

1,23

100,00

28,79

60,47

2,80

7,95

100,00

33,46

60,11

1,86

4,57

100,00

12

Central Java

38,18

58,98

0,74

2,10

100,00

27,75

58,78

2,26

11,21

100,00

32,93

58,88

1,50

6,69

100,00

13

DI Yogyakarta

40,55

56,44

0,54

2,47

100,00

31,44

55,37

2,01

11,18

100,00

35,90

55,89

1,29

6,92

100,00

14

East Java

35,06

61,88

0,94

2,12

100,00

24,41

60,17

2,66

12,76

100,00

29,63

61,01

1,82

7,55

100,00

15

Banten

42,17

56,27

0,56

1,01

100,00

33,43

57,23

2,50

6,84

100,00

37,85

56,74

1,52

3,89

100,00

16

Bali

34,77

62,09

0,64

2,50

100,00

27,81

63,55

1,15

7,49

100,00

31,31

62,82

0,90

4,98

100,00

17

West Nusa Tenggara

39,23

57,65

1,11

2,01

100,00

32,18

54,57

4,72

8,53

100,00

35,48

56,01

3,03

5,48

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

44,15

52,53

0,39

2,93

100,00

37,74

52,03

1,75

8,48

100,00

40,87

52,27

1,09

5,77

100,00

19

West Kalimantan

44,40

52,93

0,52

2,15

100,00

34,93

56,71

1,30

7,06

100,00

39,81

54,76

0,90

4,53

100,00

20

Central Kalimantan

40,54

56,95

0,77

1,74

100,00

31,15

61,44

1,60

5,82

100,00

36,04

59,10

1,17

3,69

100,00

21

South Kalimantan

38,27

58,97

1,23

1,52

100,00

30,11

57,42

2,77

9,70

100,00

34,13

58,19

2,01

5,67

100,00

22

East Kalimantan

41,77

56,21

0,66

1,36

100,00

32,75

60,74

1,62

4,89

100,00

37,47

58,37

1,12

3,04

100,00

23

North Sulawesi

37,42

59,88

0,66

2,04

100,00

29,42

61,90

1,22

7,46

100,00

33,49

60,87

0,94

4,70

100,00

24

Central Sulawesi

40,16

56,94

0,77

2,13

100,00

31,66

59,84

1,94

6,56

100,00

36,01

58,36

1,34

4,29

100,00

25

South Sulawesi

42,99

53,57

1,05

2,39

100,00

36,74

51,01

2,56

9,69

100,00

39,76

52,25

1,83

6,16

100,00

26

South East Sulawesi

41,76

56,21

0,61

1,42

100,00

34,32

56,43

1,83

7,42

100,00

37,99

56,32

1,23

4,47

100,00

27

Gorontalo

36,82

61,01

0,62

1,56

100,00

32,62

58,15

1,93

7,30

100,00

34,66

59,54

1,29

4,51

100,00

28

Maluku

44,35

52,62

0,41

2,63

100,00

39,58

51,34

1,87

7,21

100,00

41,93

51,97

1,15

4,95

100,00

29

North Maluku

41,07

55,93

0,86

2,14

100,00

34,97

56,78

2,14

6,11

100,00

38,02

56,35

1,50

4,12

100,00

30

Papua

40,87

56,63

0,54

1,96

100,00

31,60

62,88

1,23

4,29

100,00

36,45

59,61

0,87

3,07

100,00

39,80

57,66

0,76

1,77

100,00

30,85

57,71

2,27

9,17

100,00

35,31

57,68

1,52

5,48

100,00

Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Annex 2.11a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER
BY SEX, MARITAL STATUS AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban
No.

Male
Marital Status

Province

(1)

(2)

Female
Marital Status

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Total
(7)

Male+Female
Marital Status

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Total
(12)

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

Total
(17)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

50,55

48,01

0,18

1,26

100,00

42,23

48,12

1,37

8,28

100,00

46,38

48,06

0,78

4,78

100,00

North Sumatera

48,37

50,05

0,41

1,17

100,00

42,07

49,16

1,38

7,39

100,00

45,18

49,60

0,90

4,32

100,00

West Sumatera

47,15

50,85

0,61

1,39

100,00

39,42

48,32

2,80

9,46

100,00

43,15

49,54

1,74

5,56

100,00

Riau

42,53

56,40

0,23

0,84

100,00

39,20

55,36

1,26

4,19

100,00

40,84

55,87

0,75

2,54

100,00

Jambi

43,41

55,50

0,22

0,88

100,00

37,06

54,90

1,31

6,73

100,00

40,21

55,20

0,77

3,83

100,00

South Sumatera

45,58

52,68

0,54

1,20

100,00

40,85

50,46

1,04

7,65

100,00

43,15

51,54

0,80

4,51

100,00

Bengkulu

44,39

53,70

0,48

1,43

100,00

40,80

53,28

0,87

5,05

100,00

42,57

53,49

0,68

3,26

100,00

Lampung

44,82

53,40

0,59

1,19

100,00

35,84

55,19

1,46

7,50

100,00

40,42

54,28

1,02

4,28

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

44,34

53,11

0,83

1,72

100,00

33,96

55,83

1,46

8,75

100,00

39,27

54,44

1,14

5,15

100,00

10

DKI Jakarta

44,44

53,42

0,63

1,50

100,00

38,90

52,71

1,96

6,43

100,00

41,66

53,07

1,30

3,97

100,00

11

West Java

40,48

57,48

0,86

1,19

100,00

32,60

57,80

2,41

7,19

100,00

36,55

57,64

1,63

4,18

100,00

12

Central Java

40,74

56,48

0,69

2,09

100,00

31,73

54,90

2,12

11,25

100,00

36,14

55,68

1,42

6,76

100,00

13

DI Yogyakarta

45,24

51,89

0,51

2,36

100,00

37,17

50,94

1,79

10,10

100,00

41,12

51,40

1,16

6,31

100,00

14

East Java

38,88

58,52

0,79

1,81

100,00

29,27

56,48

2,44

11,82

100,00

33,97

57,48

1,63

6,92

100,00

15

Banten

43,31

55,57

0,32

0,80

100,00

35,57

57,16

2,03

5,23

100,00

39,50

56,35

1,16

2,98

100,00

16

Bali

36,01

61,42

0,66

1,92

100,00

30,37

62,12

1,35

6,15

100,00

33,21

61,76

1,00

4,03

100,00

17

West Nusa Tenggara

41,64

55,47

1,11

1,79

100,00

34,74

52,26

4,71

8,29

100,00

37,99

53,77

3,01

5,22

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

50,43

48,07

0,22

1,28

100,00

45,68

47,25

0,91

6,16

100,00

48,02

47,65

0,57

3,75

100,00

19

West Kalimantan

46,43

51,15

0,65

1,78

100,01

38,57

52,49

1,14

7,80

100,00

42,53

51,81

0,89

4,76

100,00

20

Central Kalimantan

42,32

56,22

0,57

0,90

100,01

35,30

58,58

1,33

4,79

100,00

38,89

57,37

0,94

2,80

100,00

21

South Kalimantan

39,78

58,11

1,02

1,10

100,00

33,20

55,45

2,42

8,92

100,00

36,41

56,75

1,74

5,10

100,00

22

East Kalimantan

43,59

55,07

0,45

0,89

100,00

35,60

58,19

1,59

4,63

100,00

39,73

56,58

1,00

2,70

100,00

23

North Sulawesi

38,38

58,66

0,58

2,37

100,00

32,66

58,16

1,19

7,99

100,00

35,51

58,41

0,89

5,19

100,00

24

Central Sulawesi

43,66

54,25

0,43

1,66

100,00

40,18

52,63

1,77

5,42

100,00

41,90

53,43

1,11

3,56

100,00

25

South Sulawesi

47,49

50,42

0,73

1,36

100,00

42,07

47,60

2,09

8,23

100,00

44,69

48,96

1,43

4,92

100,00

26

South East Sulawesi

45,82

53,26

0,30

0,62

100,00

42,34

51,57

1,19

4,90

100,00

44,03

52,39

0,75

2,83

100,00

27

Gorontalo

39,33

58,26

0,52

1,89

100,00

37,61

53,68

1,50

7,21

100,00

38,44

55,88

1,03

4,65

100,00

28

Maluku

46,91

51,39

0,50

1,20

100,00

43,20

48,27

2,34

6,19

100,00

44,99

49,78

1,45

3,78

100,00

29

North Maluku

44,07

51,63

0,98

3,32

100,00

39,65

52,55

1,75

6,05

100,00

41,88

52,08

1,36

4,67

100,00

30

Papua

41,62

57,08

0,29

1,01

100,00

34,17

61,54

0,94

3,35

100,00

38,06

59,21

0,60

2,13

100,00

42,20

55,65

0,67

1,49

100,00

34,63

54,90

2,07

8,40

100,00

38,38

55,27

1,37

4,98

100,00

Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Annex 2.11b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER
BY SEX, MARITAL STATUS AND PROVINCE
2004
Rural
No.

Male
Marital Status

Province

(1)

(2)

Female
Marital Status

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Total
(7)

Male+Female
Marital Status

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Total
(12)

Single

Married

Divorced

Widowed

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

Total
(17)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

48,58

49,82

0,26

1,35

100,00

37,86

48,49

1,95

11,70

100,00

43,11

49,14

1,12

6,63

100,00

North Sumatera

44,62

52,94

0,38

2,06

100,00

36,82

53,32

1,20

8,66

100,00

40,71

53,13

0,79

5,37

100,00

West Sumatera

41,07

56,04

1,06

1,83

100,00

32,02

52,76

3,83

11,38

100,00

36,38

54,34

2,50

6,78

100,00

Riau

42,47

55,50

0,69

1,34

100,00

34,19

58,93

1,26

5,62

100,00

38,45

57,16

0,97

3,41

100,00

Jambi

39,61

57,97

0,67

1,75

100,00

29,63

61,33

1,82

7,22

100,00

34,73

59,61

1,23

4,42

100,00

South Sumatera

40,74

56,87

0,58

1,82

100,00

32,09

59,65

1,41

6,84

100,00

36,51

58,23

0,99

4,27

100,00

Bengkulu

38,67

58,06

1,15

2,12

100,00

30,53

61,35

2,08

6,04

100,00

34,74

59,65

1,60

4,02

100,00

Lampung

41,60

56,09

0,67

1,64

100,00

30,40

61,30

1,43

6,87

100,00

36,27

58,57

1,03

4,13

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

41,66

55,82

0,89

1,63

100,00

31,05

58,86

2,63

7,45

100,00

36,50

57,30

1,74

4,46

100,00

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

35,48

62,20

1,04

1,28

100,00

24,58

63,41

3,22

8,79

100,00

30,10

62,80

2,12

4,98

100,00

12

Central Java

36,41

60,72

0,77

2,11

100,00

24,87

61,59

2,36

11,18

100,00

30,65

61,15

1,56

6,63

100,00

13

DI Yogyakarta

33,83

62,95

0,57

2,64

100,00

23,24

61,71

2,32

12,74

100,00

28,42

62,32

1,46

7,80

100,00

14

East Java

32,31

64,30

1,05

2,35

100,00

20,90

62,84

2,82

13,44

100,00

26,49

63,56

1,95

8,00

100,00

15

Banten

40,72

57,15

0,86

1,27

100,00

30,80

57,32

3,07

8,82

100,00

35,78

57,24

1,96

5,02

100,00

16

Bali

33,51

62,78

0,63

3,08

100,00

25,17

65,02

0,94

8,86

100,00

29,37

63,89

0,79

5,95

100,00

17

West Nusa Tenggara

37,75

59,00

1,10

2,15

100,00

30,64

55,97

4,72

8,67

100,00

33,95

57,38

3,04

5,64

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

42,84

53,46

0,43

3,28

100,00

36,11

53,01

1,92

8,95

100,00

39,39

53,23

1,19

6,18

100,00

19

West Kalimantan

43,64

53,60

0,47

2,29

100,00

33,47

58,40

1,36

6,76

100,00

38,76

55,91

0,90

4,44

100,00

20

Central Kalimantan

39,81

57,26

0,85

2,09

100,00

29,33

62,68

1,71

6,27

100,00

34,83

59,84

1,26

4,07

100,00

21

South Kalimantan

37,35

59,50

1,37

1,78

100,00

28,17

58,66

2,98

10,19

100,00

32,72

59,08

2,18

6,02

100,00

22

East Kalimantan

39,59

57,59

0,91

1,91

100,00

29,14

63,96

1,67

5,22

100,00

34,68

60,58

1,27

3,47

100,00

23

North Sulawesi

36,83

60,62

0,72

1,84

100,00

27,29

64,36

1,24

7,11

100,00

32,21

62,43

0,97

4,39

100,00

24

Central Sulawesi

39,27

57,63

0,86

2,25

100,00

29,28

61,85

1,98

6,88

100,00

34,44

59,67

1,40

4,49

100,00

25

South Sulawesi

41,02

54,94

1,20

2,84

100,00

34,39

52,51

2,77

10,33

100,00

37,60

53,69

2,01

6,70

100,00

26

South East Sulawesi

40,62

57,04

0,69

1,65

100,00

31,97

57,85

2,02

8,16

100,00

36,25

57,45

1,36

4,94

100,00

27

Gorontalo

35,90

62,02

0,65

1,43

100,00

30,73

59,84

2,09

7,34

100,00

33,25

60,90

1,39

4,46

100,00

28

Maluku

43,33

53,10

0,37

3,19

100,00

38,06

52,62

1,67

7,65

100,00

40,68

52,86

1,03

5,43

100,00

29

North Maluku

39,91

57,58

0,82

1,69

100,00

33,22

58,37

2,29

6,13

100,00

36,55

57,98

1,56

3,91

100,00

30

Papua

40,62

56,49

0,62

2,26

100,00

30,78

63,31

1,32

4,59

100,00

35,93

59,74

0,95

3,37

100,00

37,96

59,21

0,84

1,99

100,00

27,88

59,91

2,43

9,78

100,00

32,93

59,56

1,63

5,88

100,00

Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Annex 2.12
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY SEX, LITERACY AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban+Rural
No

Province

(1)
(2)
1 Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
2 North Sumatera

Latin
Letters
(3)

Male
Others Illiterate
(4)

(5)

Latin
Letters
(7)

Total
(6)

Female
Others Illiterate
(8)

(9)

Total
(10)

Latin
Letters
(11)

Male+Female
Others Illiterate
(12)

(13)

Total
(14)

97,28

0,54

2,18

100,00

92,84

1,53

5,63

100,00

95,03

1,04

3,93

100,00

98,28

0,18

1,54

100,00

95,18

0,47

4,34

100,00

96,72

0,33

2,95

100,00

West Sumatera

97,58

0,37

2,06

100,00

93,81

0,78

5,41

100,00

95,62

0,58

3,79

100,00

Riau

96,96

0,65

2,39

100,00

94,69

1,29

4,03

100,00

95,83

0,97

3,20

100,00

Jambi

96,80

1,26

1,94

100,00

91,80

2,51

5,69

100,00

94,33

1,88

3,79

100,00

South Sumatera

97,13

0,48

2,40

100,00

93,76

0,99

5,25

100,00

95,46

0,73

3,81

100,00

Bengkulu

96,99

0,15

2,86

100,00

92,14

0,33

7,53

100,00

94,61

0,24

5,15

100,00

Lampung

95,32

0,94

3,75

100,00

89,99

1,42

8,59

100,00

92,76

1,17

6,07

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

95,93

0,43

3,64

100,00

90,92

0,81

8,27

100,00

93,49

0,62

5,90

100,00

10 DKI Jakarta
11 West Java

98,91

0,31

0,78

100,00

97,00

0,68

2,33

100,00

97,95

0,49

1,56

100,00

96,28

0,63

3,08

100,00

91,11

1,33

7,57

100,00

93,71

0,98

5,31

100,00

12 Central Java
13 DI Yogyakarta

92,52

0,52

6,96

100,00

82,75

0,83

16,42

100,00

87,60

0,68

11,72

100,00

92,20

0,36

7,43

100,00

81,07

0,48

18,45

100,00

86,52

0,42

13,06

100,00

14 East Java
15 Banten

90,23

1,19

8,57

100,00

79,26

1,65

19,10

100,00

84,63

1,42

13,94

100,00

96,03

0,86

3,10

100,00

91,06

1,43

7,51

100,00

93,58

1,14

5,28

100,00

16 Bali
17 West Nusa Tenggara

92,01

0,38

7,61

100,00

81,01

0,19

18,80

100,00

86,54

0,29

13,17

100,00

84,18

1,86

13,96

100,00

72,80

2,01

25,20

100,00

78,12

1,94

19,94

100,00

18 East Nusa Tenggara


19 West Kalimantan

89,10

0,23

10,67

100,00

84,31

0,23

15,45

100,00

86,65

0,23

13,12

100,00

93,18

0,72

6,10

100,00

83,83

1,33

14,84

100,00

88,65

1,02

10,33

100,00

20 Central Kalimantan
21 South Kalimantan

97,01

0,74

2,25

100,00

94,43

1,13

4,44

100,00

95,77

0,93

3,30

100,00

96,99

0,51

2,49

100,00

91,47

1,80

6,73

100,00

94,19

1,17

4,64

100,00

22 East Kalimantan
23 North Sulawesi

96,86

0,32

2,82

100,00

93,07

0,62

6,31

100,00

95,05

0,47

4,49

100,00

99,17

0,09

0,74

100,00

98,81

0,22

0,98

100,00

98,99

0,15

0,86

100,00

24 Central Sulawesi
25 South Sulawesi

95,73

0,43

3,84

100,00

92,89

0,80

6,31

100,00

94,34

0,61

5,05

100,00

87,43

1,20

11,37

100,00

82,04

1,70

16,26

100,00

84,65

1,46

13,90

100,00

26 South East Sulawesi


27 Gorontalo

93,39

1,29

5,33

100,00

87,06

1,98

10,96

100,00

90,17

1,64

8,19

100,00

93,79

0,32

5,88

100,00

95,32

0,52

4,15

100,00

94,58

0,43

4,99

100,00

28 Maluku
29 North Maluku

98,65

0,24

1,11

100,00

97,09

0,23

2,68

100,00

97,86

0,23

1,91

100,00

97,27

0,33

2,41

100,00

93,00

0,57

6,43

100,00

95,14

0,45

4,41

100,00

30 Papua

80,99

0,26

18,75

100,00

70,81

0,35

28,84

100,00

76,14

0,30

23,56

100,00

93,96

0,70

5,34

100,00

87,13

1,17

11,71

100,00

90,53

0,93

8,53

100,00

Indonesia

`
Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Annex 2.12a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY SEX, LITERACY AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban
Province

No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Latin
Letters
(3)

98,84
99,36
99,11
98,90
98,01
98,74
99,07
96,83
97,53
98,91
97,72
95,15
95,72
95,54
97,51
95,15
88,16
97,67
95,13
98,87
98,64
98,71
99,43
99,15
95,34
98,02
97,65
98,61
99,14
98,67
97,01

Male
Others
Illiterate
(4)

0,13
0,10
0,11
0,12
1,05
0,22
0,63
0,35
0,31
0,46
0,39
0,13
0,72
0,42
0,21
1,96
0,05
0,74
0,25
0,21
0,14
0,02
0,06
0,43
0,19
0,57
0,29
0,05
0,43

(5)

1,03
0,53
0,78
0,98
0,95
1,04
0,93
2,53
2,12
0,78
1,83
4,46
4,14
3,74
2,07
4,64
9,88
2,28
4,13
0,87
1,15
1,15
0,55
0,79
4,23
1,80
1,78
1,39
0,57
1,28
2,56

Total
(6)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Latin
Letters
(7)

96,38
97,10
98,22
97,74
95,39
96,29
97,27
93,90
93,74
97,00
93,95
86,79
87,34
87,89
93,84
87,58
78,32
94,97
87,75
97,20
95,33
96,28
99,04
97,91
91,44
94,39
98,90
98,00
95,42
97,52
92,16

Female
Others Illiterate
(8)

0,80
0,48
0,23
0,18
1,58
0,88
0,20
0,75
0,99
0,68
1,10
0,52
0,30
1,30
0,68
0,21
2,94
0,13
1,03
0,61
1,38
0,32
0,24
0,37
0,94
0,65
0,06
0,03
1,50
0,22
0,85

Total

(9)

(10)

2,82
2,42
1,55
2,08
3,03
2,84
2,53
5,36
5,27
2,32
4,95
12,70
12,36
10,81
5,47
12,22
18,74
4,90
11,23
2,19
3,28
3,40
0,71
1,72
7,63
4,96
1,04
1,97
3,08
2,26
6,99

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Latin
Letters
(11)

97,60
98,22
98,65
98,31
96,69
97,48
98,16
95,40
95,68
97,95
95,84
90,89
91,44
91,63
95,71
91,39
82,96
96,30
91,47
98,05
96,95
97,53
99,23
98,52
93,32
96,14
98,30
98,29
97,30
98,12
94,56

Male+Female
Others
Illiterate
(12)

0,47
0,29
0,17
0,15
1,31
0,56
0,10
0,69
0,66
0,49
0,78
0,45
0,22
1,02
0,55
0,21
2,48
0,09
0,88
0,43
0,81
0,23
0,13
0,21
0,69
0,43
0,31
0,02
0,89
0,13
0,64

(13)

1,93
1,49
1,18
1,54
2,00
1,96
1,74
3,92
3,66
1,56
3,38
8,66
8,34
7,35
3,74
8,40
14,56
3,61
7,64
1,52
2,24
2,24
0,63
1,26
5,99
3,43
1,39
1,69
1,81
1,75
4,79

Total
(14)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.12b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY SEX, LITERACY AND PROVINCE
2004
Rural
No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Latin
Letters
(3)
96,66
97,40
96,89
95,46
96,32
96,30
96,17
94,89
94,73
0,00
94,74
90,69
87,17
86,41
94,16
88,79
81,72
87,31
92,45
96,24
95,99
94,64
99,01
94,86
83,97
92,09
92,37
98,66
96,55
75,34
91,61

Male
Others
Illiterate
(4)
0,70
0,24
0,49
1,07
1,35
0,61
0,21
1,03
0,49
0,00
0,82
0,62
0,69
1,53
1,43
0,55
1,80
0,27
0,71
0,94
0,70
0,54
0,13
0,52
1,54
1,60
0,23
0,33
0,34
0,32
0,91

(5)
2,63
2,35
2,63
3,47
2,33
3,10
3,62
4,09
4,78
0,00
4,44
8,69
12,14
12,05
4,42
10,66
16,48
12,43
6,84
2,82
3,31
4,82
0,86
4,62
14,49
6,32
7,39
1,00
3,11
24,34
7,48

Total
(6)
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
0,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Latin
Letters
(7)
91,49
93,61
91,84
92,12
90,27
92,33
89,94
88,82
88,80
0,00
87,97
79,83
72,09
73,01
87,62
74,29
69,47
82,13
82,26
93,22
89,04
88,99
98,65
91,48
77,91
84,91
93,97
96,71
92,09
62,21
83,17

Female
Others Illiterate
(8)
1,81
0,47
1,03
2,22
2,91
1,05
0,38
1,62
0,68
0,00
1,57
1,05
0,74
1,90
2,36
0,17
1,45
0,25
1,46
1,35
2,06
0,99
0,20
0,92
2,03
2,37
0,70
0,31
0,23
0,39
1,42

(9)
6,71
5,92
7,13
5,66
6,82
6,62
9,67
9,55
10,52
0,00
10,46
19,12
27,17
25,09
10,02
25,54
29,08
17,61
16,28
5,43
8,89
10,01
1,15
7,59
20,06
12,72
5,33
2,98
7,68
37,40
15,42

Total
(10)
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
0,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Latin
Letters
(11)
94,02
95,50
94,27
93,84
93,37
94,36
93,16
92,00
91,85
0,00
91,40
85,27
79,47
79,58
90,90
81,59
75,17
84,66
87,56
94,80
92,49
91,99
98,84
93,23
80,84
88,46
93,19
97,68
94,31
69,08
87,39

Male+Female
Others
Illiterate
(12)
1,26
0,36
0,77
1,63
2,11
0,82
0,29
1,31
0,58
0,00
1,19
0,84
0,72
1,72
1,89
0,36
1,61
0,26
1,07
1,14
1,39
0,75
0,16
0,72
1,80
1,99
0,47
0,32
0,28
0,35
1,16

(13)
4,71
4,14
4,96
4,53
4,52
4,82
6,55
6,69
7,57
0,00
7,41
13,89
19,81
18,70
7,21
18,05
23,22
15,08
11,37
4,06
6,12
7,26
1,00
6,06
17,37
9,55
6,33
2,00
5,40
30,56
11,45

Total
(14)
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
0,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.13
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY EDUCATION STATUS AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban+Rural
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Not Attending/
Never Been
to School
(3)

Attending School
Junior High
Senior High

Primary
(4)

(5)

(6)

Diploma 1 to
University
(7)

Number of
School
Attendances
(8)

Not Attending
School
Anymore
(9)

Total
(10)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

3,96

9,18

8,47

6,69

2,28

26,62

69,43

100,00

North Sumatera

2,49

9,08

7,96

6,24

1,22

24,50

73,02

100,00

West Sumatera

2,74

8,95

7,02

5,19

2,63

23,79

73,48

100,00

Riau

3,76

8,68

6,39

4,37

1,36

20,80

75,45

100,00

Jambi

4,56

8,62

6,69

4,19

1,01

20,51

74,94

100,00

South Sumatera

3,67

8,73

6,99

4,35

1,31

21,38

74,95

100,00

Bengkulu

4,35

9,08

7,06

5,13

1,55

22,82

72,83

100,00

Lampung

5,48

9,10

6,86

3,64

0,84

20,44

74,07

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

6,32

7,81

5,91

4,25

0,29

18,26

75,42

100,00

10 DKI Jakarta

1,76

5,33

5,37

5,39

3,42

19,51

78,72

100,00

11 West Java

5,05

8,32

5,46

3,16

1,11

18,05

76,90

100,00

12 Central Java

10,38

7,38

6,04

3,55

1,06

18,03

71,58

100,00

13 DI Yogyakarta

12,25

4,74

5,24

4,60

7,90

22,48

65,26

100,00

14 East Java

12,73

6,43

5,04

3,21

1,26

15,94

71,34

100,00

5,50

9,47

6,66

4,03

1,36

21,52

72,98

100,00

15 Banten
16 Bali

13,41

5,89

4,71

3,72

1,24

15,56

71,03

100,00

17 West Nusa Tenggara

19,82

9,47

6,48

3,88

0,98

20,81

59,37

100,00

18 East Nusa Tenggara

11,34

11,37

5,29

3,01

0,86

20,53

68,13

100,00

19 West Kalimantan

10,35

10,24

6,07

3,56

0,79

20,66

68,98

100,00

20 Central Kalimantan

3,70

9,85

6,69

3,79

0,90

21,23

75,08

100,00

21 South Kalimantan

4,52

8,41

5,62

3,29

1,09

18,41

77,07

100,00

22 East Kalimantan

3,89

7,56

6,64

5,03

1,54

20,77

75,34

100,00

23 North Sulawesi

0,37

5,75

6,14

4,42

1,85

18,16

81,47

100,00

24 Central Sulawesi

3,42

8,28

5,97

3,61

1,46

19,32

77,26

100,00

12,95

8,43

5,73

3,68

1,85

19,69

67,36

100,00

26 South East Sulawesi

8,72

9,09

7,70

4,16

1,55

22,50

68,79

100,00

27 Gorontalo

2,97

8,87

4,68

2,45

1,11

17,11

79,92

100,00

28 Maluku

1,71

9,40

8,26

5,93

1,65

25,24

73,06

100,00

25 South Sulawesi

29 North Maluku
30 Papua
Indonesia
Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics, 2004

3,71

10,08

6,96

4,53

1,31

22,88

73,41

100,00

22,52

10,79

5,87

3,52

0,55

20,73

56,75

100,00

7,92

7,94

5,99

3,89

1,44

19,26

72,83

100,00

Annex 2.13a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY EDUCATION STATUS AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban
Attending School
Junior High
Senior High

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

1,70

7,64

8,41

7,83

4,87

Number of
School
Attendances
(8)
28,75

North Sumatera

1,43

7,67

7,63

7,33

2,20

West Sumatera

0,60

7,21

7,04

7,12

Riau

1,56

6,83

5,66

Jambi

2,57

6,85

South Sumatera

1,94

Bengkulu

No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Not Attending/
Never Been
to School
(3)

Primary
(4)

(5)

(6)

Diploma 1 to
University
(7)

Not Attending
School
Anymore
(9)

Total
(10)

69,55

100,00

24,83

73,73

100,00

6,63

28,00

71,40

100,00

5,39

2,57

20,45

78,00

100,00

7,17

6,07

2,56

22,65

74,78

100,00

6,93

7,61

7,40

3,16

25,10

72,96

100,00

1,47

7,16

8,10

8,11

4,28

27,65

70,87

100,00

Lampung

3,92

7,78

6,59

5,83

2,74

22,94

73,14

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

4,11

7,28

6,80

6,50

0,64

21,22

74,67

100,00

10

DKI Jakarta

1,76

5,33

5,37

5,39

3,42

19,51

78,72

100,00

11

West Java

3,37

7,72

5,98

4,19

1,83

19,72

76,92

100,00

12

Central Java

7,71

6,90

6,15

4,74

1,98

19,77

72,52

100,00

13

DI Yogyakarta

7,59

4,34

4,90

4,80

12,50

26,54

65,87

100,00

14

East Java

6,73

5,90

5,49

4,46

2,47

18,32

74,96

100,00

15

Banten

3,80

7,92

7,38

5,60

2,31

23,21

73,00

100,00

16

Bali

8,54

5,79

4,91

4,29

1,90

16,89

74,56

100,00

17

West Nusa Tenggara

15,06

9,09

6,86

4,70

1,99

22,64

62,31

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

3,05

7,24

9,19

9,59

3,90

29,92

67,03

100,00

19

West Kalimantan

7,49

7,86

6,23

5,72

2,23

22,04

70,47

100,00

20

Central Kalimantan

1,70

7,87

7,56

6,47

2,55

24,45

73,86

100,00

21

South Kalimantan

2,21

6,95

5,87

4,87

2,31

20,00

77,80

100,00

22

East Kalimantan

1,64

6,51

6,99

6,21

2,28

21,99

76,37

100,00

23

North Sulawesi

0,46

5,54

6,19

5,53

3,89

21,15

78,38

100,00

24

Central Sulawesi

0,83

7,12

6,99

7,73

5,25

27,09

72,08

100,00

25

South Sulawesi

5,41

7,17

6,26

5,93

5,19

24,55

70,04

100,00

26

South East Sulawesi

3,60

6,54

8,39

6,78

5,80

27,51

68,89

100,00

27

Gorontalo

0,49

6,29

6,46

4,45

3,03

20,23

79,29

100,00

28

Maluku

1,48

6,57

8,06

8,43

5,07

28,13

70,40

100,00

29

North Maluku

1,45

6,29

8,42

7,46

4,28

26,45

72,08

100,00

30

Papua

1,47

7,02

7,61

6,89

1,65

23,17

75,36

100,00

4,52

6,84

6,20

5,20

2,76

21,00

74,47

100,00

Indonesia
Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics, 2004

Annex 2.13b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY EDUCATION STATUS AND PROVINCE
2004
Rural
Attending School
Junior High
Senior High

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

4,84

9,78

8,49

6,24

1,27

Number of
School
Attendances
(8)
25,78

North Sumatera

3,34

10,23

8,22

5,36

0,41

West Sumatera

3,69

9,73

7,00

4,32

Riau

5,52

10,17

6,97

3,55

Jambi

5,38

9,34

6,49

3,41

0,37

19,61

75,00

100,00

South Sumatera

4,61

9,71

6,65

2,69

0,31

19,36

76,03

100,00

Bengkulu

5,53

9,87

6,64

3,90

0,42

20,83

73,63

100,00

Lampung

5,94

9,48

6,94

3,01

0,30

19,73

74,33

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

7,97

8,21

5,24

2,57

0,02

16,04

75,98

100,00

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

12
13

No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Not Attending/
Never Been
to School
(3)

Primary
(4)

(5)

Diploma 1 to
University
(7)

(6)

Not Attending
School
Anymore
(9)

Total
(10)

69,38

100,00

24,22

72,43

100,00

0,84

21,89

74,41

100,00

0,38

21,07

73,39

100,00

6,89

8,98

4,89

2,03

0,34

16,24

76,88

100,00

Central Java

12,27

7,72

5,97

2,71

0,42

16,82

70,91

100,00

DI Yogyakarta

18,91

5,32

5,73

4,32

1,32

16,69

64,40

100,00

14

East Java

17,05

6,82

4,71

2,30

0,39

14,22

68,73

100,00

15

Banten

7,63

11,41

5,77

2,07

0,17

19,42

72,94

100,00

16

Bali

18,39

5,99

4,50

3,13

0,56

14,18

67,42

100,00

17

West Nusa Tenggara

22,73

9,69

6,25

3,38

0,37

19,69

57,58

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

13,06

12,23

4,48

1,64

0,23

18,58

68,36

100,00

19

West Kalimantan

11,46

11,17

6,01

2,72

0,23

20,13

68,41

100,00

20

Central Kalimantan

4,54

10,69

6,32

2,65

0,20

19,86

75,60

100,00

21

South Kalimantan

5,96

9,31

5,47

2,31

0,33

17,42

76,61

100,00

22

East Kalimantan

6,66

8,86

6,20

3,58

0,63

19,27

74,07

100,00

23

North Sulawesi

0,32

5,87

6,10

3,72

0,56

16,25

83,43

100,00

24

Central Sulawesi

4,11

8,59

5,70

2,51

0,45

17,25

78,64

100,00

25

South Sulawesi

16,26

8,99

5,49

2,69

0,39

17,56

66,18

100,00

26

South East Sulawesi

10,18

9,82

7,50

3,41

0,33

21,06

68,76

100,00

27

Gorontalo

3,90

9,83

4,01

1,70

0,40

15,94

80,16

100,00

28

Maluku

1,80

10,55

8,35

4,90

0,25

24,05

74,15

100,00

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

4,57

11,52

6,40

3,42

0,18

21,52

73,91

100,00

29,27

12,00

5,32

2,44

0,20

19,96

50,78

100,00

10,56

8,79

5,81

2,87

0,40

17,87

71,55

100,00

Annex 2.14

PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY CERTIFICATE OF HIGHEST EDUCATION AND PROVINCE
2004

No.

Province

(1)
(2)
1
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
2
North Sumatera
3
West Sumatera
4
Riau
5
Jambi
6
South Sumatera
7
Bengkulu
8
Lampung
9
Bangka Belitung Islands
10 DKI Jakarta
11 West Java
12 Central Java
13 DI Yogyakarta
14 East Java
15 Banten
16 Bali
17 West Nusa Tenggara
18 East Nusa Tenggara
19 West Kalimantan
20 Central Kalimantan
21 South Kalimantan
22 East Kalimantan
23 North Sulawesi
24 Central Sulawesi
25 South Sulawesi
26 South East Sulawesi
27 Gorontalo
28 Maluku
29 North Maluku
30 Papua
Indonesia

Not
Having
Certificate
(3)
21,48
21,92
28,92
23,11
27,56
27,82
27,74
31,46
37,46
12,02
26,63
32,27
26,58
34,07
26,85
30,61
45,19
41,24
39,48
22,64
29,65
22,39
20,18
26,41
35,68
28,96
35,28
20,72
30,11
44,27
29,40

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics, 2004

Primary
(4)
29,37
28,03
27,16
28,94
33,09
35,10
29,37
33,43
31,94
20,29
37,86
35,78
22,30
31,98
32,18
27,95
26,36
33,32
29,16
35,86
34,08
26,74
28,09
36,44
28,68
31,05
35,78
33,39
30,88
23,66
32,27

Junior
Senior
High
High
(5)
(6)
23,44
19,67
23,94
18,14
18,99
16,02
20,00
19,13
19,94
12,89
18,05
13,15
19,73
14,87
19,10
10,43
14,33
8,56
21,53
27,01
16,84
12,06
16,47
8,59
17,13
18,38
16,02
10,58
17,54
15,84
13,89
17,95
13,55
10,60
11,69
8,66
17,37
9,33
23,35
12,36
17,39
12,74
20,66
19,41
23,01
19,93
18,77
11,51
15,75
12,58
18,68
14,34
12,25
10,46
21,22
17,40
20,40
13,38
14,38
11,24
17,62
13,07

Urban+Rural
Cetificate of Highest Education
Diploma I/
Academy/ University/
Post
High
Total
Vocational
Diploma II
Diploma III Diploma IV Graduate School +
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
2,40
0,62
0,97
2,01
0,04
25,71
100,00
4,85
0,52
0,82
1,71
0,08
26,12
100,00
4,31
0,85
1,34
2,3
0,11
24,93
100,00
5,36
0,63
1,04
1,73
0,07
27,96
100,00
3,45
0,76
0,73
1,53
0,04
19,40
100,00
3,09
0,64
0,71
1,42
0,02
19,03
100,00
3,98
1,23
0,90
2,11
0,05
23,14
100,00
3,46
0,49
0,53
1,04
0,06
16,01
100,00
5,25
0,79
0,78
0,84
0,04
16,26
100,00
9,14
1,02
3,44
5,22
0,31
46,14
100,00
3,39
0,58
1,02
1,52
0,10
18,67
100,00
4,04
0,61
0,85
1,35
0,04
15,48
100,00
7,70
1,19
1,97
4,44
0,30
33,98
100,00
4,15
0,44
0,54
2,16
0,07
17,94
100,00
3,89
0,68
1,23
1,72
0,08
23,44
100,00
4,15
1,52
1,01
2,78
0,14
27,55
100,00
1,63
0,59
0,52
1,52
0,04
14,90
100,00
2,68
0,47
0,65
1,26
0,04
13,76
100,00
2,51
0,56
0,53
0,97
0,08
13,98
100,00
2,70
0,90
0,76
1,41
0,02
18,15
100,00
3,02
0,83
0,53
1,73
0,03
18,88
100,00
5,83
0,89
1,26
2,66
0,16
30,21
100,00
4,93
0,73
0,73
2,25
0,15
28,72
100,00
3,27
0,92
0,51
2,10
0,06
18,37
100,00
3,13
0,67
0,77
2,65
0,08
19,88
100,00
3,04
0,68
0,61
2,56
0,08
21,31
100,00
3,73
0,74
0,63
1,04
0,10
16,70
100,00
3,47
1,31
0,65
1,72
0,12
24,67
100,00
2,62
0,59
0,38
1,61
0,03
18,61
100,00
3,97
0,43
0,58
1,40
0,08
17,70
100,00
4,06
0,64
0,94
1,92
0,08
20,71
100,00

Annex 2.14a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY CERTIFICATE OF HIGHEST EDUCATION AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban
No.

Province

Not
Having
Certificate

(1)

(2)

(3)

Primary

Junior
High

Senior High

(4)

(5)

(6)

Certificate of Highest Education


Diploma I/
Vocational
Diploma II

(7)

(8)

Total

Diploma IV

Post
Graduate

(10)

(11)

(12)

Academy/
Diploma III

University/

(9)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

14,51

19,61

22,24

31,33

4,51

1,04

1,85

4,81

0,10

100,00

North Sumatera

15,70

22,22

24,36

25,50

6,77

0,75

1,47

3,11

0,14

100,00

West Sumatera

16,69

19,31

19,99

28,66

6,52

0,90

2,76

4,86

0,32

100,00

Riau

13,67

18,59

19,86

31,63

9,69

0,94

2,05

3,42

0,15

100,00

Jambi

17,69

25,74

20,92

21,61

7,26

1,13

1,90

3,62

0,12

100,00

South Sumatera

17,75

24,55

20,64

25,12

5,67

1,03

1,59

3,59

0,05

100,00

Bengkulu

14,46

19,61

22,47

25,05

7,87

1,90

2,41

6,04

0,19

100,00

Lampung

22,19

24,98

20,11

19,07

7,43

0,92

1,62

3,44

0,24

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

26,15

28,22

19,29

14,39

8,07

0,92

1,34

1,53

0,10

100,00

10

DKI Jakarta

12,02

20,29

21,53

27,01

9,14

1,02

3,44

5,22

0,31

100,00

11

West Java

20,41

30,89

19,85

18,37

5,21

0,75

1,77

2,57

0,18

100,00

12

Central Java

26,14

29,93

18,74

13,95

6,29

0,79

1,57

2,49

0,09

100,00

13

DI Yogyakarta

19,82

17,87

16,81

25,79

8,66

1,26

3,03

6,28

0,48

100,00

14

East Java

23,37

26,77

19,32

17,64

6,93

0,66

0,97

4,19

0,13

100,00

15

Banten

19,62

23,69

20,43

24,48

5,89

0,94

2,06

2,75

0,14

100,00

16

Bali

22,95

23,85

15,86

24,21

5,08

2,01

1,56

4,24

0,25

100,00

17

West Nusa Tenggara

40,18

24,37

13,91

14,52

2,41

0,75

0,94

2,82

0,10

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

16,74

23,59

20,86

24,60

6,40

0,99

1,94

4,72

0,16

100,00

19

West Kalimantan

28,17

21,87

19,48

19,46

5,30

0,91

1,55

2,96

0,30

100,00

20

Central Kalimantan

15,91

25,27

24,22

22,12

5,15

1,61

1,92

3,73

0,06

100,00

21

South Kalimantan

20,64

25,83

19,92

22,70

5,05

1,11

1,05

3,62

0,07

100,00

22

East Kalimantan

15,28

22,32

21,22

25,78

7,96

1,10

1,96

4,14

0,25

100,00

23

North Sulawesi

14,61

19,96

22,61

29,13

7,28

0,67

1,26

4,1

0,38

100,00

24

Central Sulawesi

14,53

21,33

22,07

25,67

6,55

1,36

1,65

6,53

0,31

100,00

25

South Sulawesi

20,96

22,44

18,39

23,87

4,91

1,03

1,89

6,25

0,25

100,00

26

South East Sulawesi

16,75

20,49

17,50

29,40

5,26

1,20

1,61

7,52

0,27

100,00

27

Gorontalo

20,21

27,25

17,55

22,37

6,75

1,22

1,24

3,12

0,31

100,00

28

Maluku

11,49

20,34

21,17

32,54

6,35

1,87

1,64

4,22

0,38

100,00

29

North Maluku

18,06

18,56

20,76

28,94

6,35

0,81

1,38

5,02

0,11

100,00

30

Papua

12,82

17,89

21,74

30,22

9,99

0,89

1,59

4,67

0,18

100,00

20,41

25,77

19,93

20,94

6,50

0,88

1,78

3,61

0,18

100,00

Indonesia
Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics, 2004

Annex 2.14b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 10 YEARS AND OVER BY CERTIFICATE OF HIGHEST EDUCATION AND PROVINCE
2004
Rural
No.

Province

Not
Having
Certificate

(1)

(2)

(3)

Primary

Junior
High

Senior High

(4)

(5)

(6)

Cetificate of Highest Education


Diploma I/
Vocational
Diploma II

(7)

(8)

Total

Diploma IV

Post
Graduate

(10)

(11)

(12)

Academy/
Diploma III

University/

(9)

1 Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

24,20

33,19

23,90

15,11

1,58

0,46

0,62

0,92

0,02

100,00

2 North Sumatera

26,96

32,74

23,60

12,17

3,29

0,34

0,3

0,57

0,03

100,00

3 West Sumatera

34,40

30,69

18,55

10,34

3,32

0,82

0,71

1,15

0,02

100,00

4 Riau

30,70

37,28

20,11

9,06

1,87

0,37

0,22

0,37

0,01

100,00
100,00

5 Jambi

31,62

36,12

19,54

9,31

1,88

0,60

0,25

0,67

0,01

6 South Sumatera

33,28

40,82

16,65

6,66

1,70

0,43

0,22

0,24

100,00

7 Bengkulu

33,19

33,38

18,61

10,70

2,38

0,95

0,28

0,5

100,00

8 Lampung

34,14

35,87

18,80

7,93

2,31

0,36

0,21

0,35

0,01

100,00

9 Bangka Belitung Islands

45,94

34,73

10,61

4,19

3,14

0,69

0,36

0,33

100,00

10 DKI Jakarta

11 West Java

33,41

45,47

13,55

5,17

1,41

0,39

0,21

0,38

0,00

100,00

12 Central Java

36,61

39,91

14,87

4,79

2,44

0,49

0,33

0,55

0,01

100,00

13 DI Yogyakarta

36,25

28,64

17,59

7,79

6,33

1,09

0,45

1,81

0,05

100,00

14 East Java

41,79

35,73

13,64

5,48

2,14

0,27

0,23

0,7

0,02

100,00

15 Banten

35,89

42,80

13,93

5,03

1,39

0,34

0,20

0,43

0,00

100,00

16 Bali

38,46

32,14

11,87

11,55

3,20

1,01

0,45

1,3

0,02

100,00

17 West Nusa Tenggara

48,24

27,57

13,33

8,21

1,16

0,49

0,27

0,72

0,01

100,00

18 East Nusa Tenggara

46,32

35,33

9,79

5,36

1,92

0,36

0,38

0,54

0,01

100,00

19 West Kalimantan

43,87

31,99

16,56

5,40

1,43

0,42

0,14

0,2

100,00

20 Central Kalimantan

25,51

40,37

22,98

8,20

1,65

0,60

0,26

0,42

100,00

21 South Kalimantan

35,23

39,20

15,82

6,56

1,77

0,65

0,21

0,56

100,00

22 East Kalimantan

31,16

32,20

19,98

11,56

3,21

0,64

0,40

0,83

0,03

100,00

23 North Sulawesi

23,71

33,25

23,26

14,09

3,43

0,78

0,40

1,08

0,01

100,00

24 Central Sulawesi

29,58

40,47

17,89

7,73

2,40

0,80

0,21

0,92

100,00

25 South Sulawesi

42,15

31,42

14,59

7,63

2,35

0,51

0,28

1,06

0,01

100,00

26 South East Sulawesi

32,46

34,08

19,02

10,02

2,40

0,54

0,32

1,13

0,03

100,00

27 Gorontalo

40,89

38,96

10,27

6,02

2,60

0,56

0,40

0,27

0,02

100,00

28 Maluku

24,50

38,73

21,23

11,21

2,29

1,08

0,25

0,69

0,02

100,00

29 North Maluku

34,70

35,57

20,26

7,45

1,20

0,51

0,31

100,00

30 Papua

54,36

25,51

12,01

5,15

2,04

0,28

0,26

0,35

0,04

100,00

36,39

37,33

15,82

6,94

2,17

0,45

0,28

0,61

0,01

100,00

Indonesia
Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics, 2004

Annex 2.15
PERCENTAGE OF HEALTHY HOUSE BY PROVINCE
2004
Healthy House
No

(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Province

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source: Provincial Health Profile, 2004


Remarks : (-) not available

Number of House

Number of Inspected
House

% Inspected House

Number of Healthy
House

% Healthy House

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

572.625
2.194.168
541.308
747.584
535.416
1.309.545
375.333
1.615.939

164.263
792.832
177.808
366.587
152.671
1.309.545
211.512
858.868

177.874
136.397
10.623.935
6.997.108
687.877
8.775.972

10.607
3.680
3.156.110
2.219.885
301.206
2.677.880

690.892
701.716

262.037
369.973

482.746
324.622
343.557
685.965
464.148
438.016
1.433.155
407.338

112.942
115.131
230.359
166.821
358.076
230.678
682.523
274.276

61.494
159.140

55.329
68.454

41.483.870

15.330.053

28,69
36,13
32,85
49,04
28,51
100,00
56,35
53,15
5,96
2,70
29,71
31,73
43,79
30,51
37,93
52,72
23,40
35,47
67,05
24,32
77,15
52,66
47,62
67,33
89,97
43,01
36,95

98.839
558.925
113.949
278.700
96.633
433.856
121.699
540.755
7.753
1.151
1.749.413
1.573.488
195.616
984.875
213.110
182.446
47.930
54.289
100.004
101.283
219.189
139.541
432.302
150.329
40.565
39.024
8.475.664

60,17
70,50
64,09
76,03
63,29
33,13
57,54
62,96
73,09
31,28
55,43
70,88
64,94
36,78
81,33
49,31
42,44
47,15
43,41
60,71
61,21
60,49
63,34
54,81
73,32
57,01
55,29

Annex 2.16

PERCENTAGE OF HEALTHY PUBLIC PLACES AND FOOD HANDLING BY PROVINCE


2004
Hotel

Restaurant

Market

Others

T o t al

No

Province

Existing
Number

Inspected
Number

Healthy
Number

% Healthy

Existing
Number

Inspected
Number

Healthy
Number

% Healthy

Existing
Number

Inspected
Number

Healthy
Number

% Healthy

Existing
Number

Inspected
Number

Healthy
Number

% Healthy

Existing
Number

Inspected
Number

Healthy
Number

% Healthy

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

77
2.247
2.187
860
982
1.081
1.100
157
30
6.735
32.189
604
4.033
11.635
2.123
-

75,49
72,11
57,25
55,70
55,29
64,00
61,59
97,52
62,50
71,95
78,02
87,28
20,91
76,49
64,59
-

19.054
48.262
2.085
31.585
30.681
6.884
-

102
6.302
6.322
2.030
3.102
2.419
4.641
568
34
13.968
48.407
1.795
18.885
18.727
3.890
-

77
4.518
3.733
1.631
1.711
1.529
2.978
510
18
9.542
37.115
1.549
10.765
14.321
2.585
-

75,49
71,69
59,05
80,34
55,16
63,21
64,17
89,79
52,94
68,31
76,67
86,30
57,00
76,47
66,45
-

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

Riau Islands

11

DKI Jakarta

12

West Java

13

Central Java

14

DI Yogyakarta

15

East Java

16

Banten

17

Bali

18

West Nusa Tenggara

19

East Nusa Tenggara

20

West Kalimantan

21

Central Kalimantan

22

South Kalimantan

23

East Kalimantan

24

North Sulawesi

25

Central Sulawesi

26

South Sulawesi

27

South East Sulawesi

28

Gorontalo

29

West Sulawesi

30

Maluku

31

North Maluku

32

Papua

33

West Irian Jaya

I n d o ne s i a
Source: Provincial Health Profile, 2004
Remarks : (-) not available

5
826
89
174
122
86
130
-

5
528
45
94
66
62
90
44
59
453
527
271
448
786
122
-

100,00
81,48
81,82
63,95
78,57
83,78
89,11
35,20
57,84
79,75
81,96
98,55
91,80
95,39
91,04
-

82
3.001
1.241
1.777
782
399
3.740
51

688
1.021
279
638
1.220
154
-

5
648
55
147
84
74
101
125
102
568
643
275
488
824
134
-

3.904
6.685
845
4.270
3.519
648
-

52
2.238
947
1.189
561
328
2.293
68
135
3.559
5.177
654
2.311
2.437
370
-

42
1.559
540
759
355
240
1.489
27
58
2.089
3.721
545
1.540
1.723
295
-

80,77
69,66
57,02
63,84
63,28
73,17
64,94
39,71
42,96
58,70
71,88
83,33
66,64
70,70
79,73
-

120
80
90
372
109

60
61
90
349
119

56
38
79
284
105

93,33
62,30
87,78
81,38
88,24

885
714
3.123
1.377
1.118

526
637
2.835
1.077
935

328
429
2.254
903
620

132
510
101
54
66
7.066

114
389
83
45
59
5.642

107
243
69
42
44
4.667

93,86
62,47
83,13
93,33
74,58
82,72

368
1.954
636
389
288
41.796

290
1.543
474
363
230
31.229

238
828
232
232
149
21.195

19
337
674
335
188
157
522
6
557
1.675
204
1.590
340
103
-

18
300
477
193
102
134
461
42
23
480
1.331
174
1.338
254
99
-

18
184
228
58
57
35
299
7
8
265
679
129
710
177
45
-

100,00
61,33
47,80
30,05
55,88
26,12
64,86
16,67
34,78
55,21
51,01
74,14
53,06
69,69
45,45
-

143
4.518
6.621
4.551
4.488
1.963
2.846
11
13.905
68.881
757
8.989
25.602
5.979
-

102
3.116
3.820
1.544
1.776
1.689
1.786
161
48
9.361
41.256
692
19.291
15.212
3.287
-

143
8.682
8.760
6.312
6.850
2.833
7.238
-

62,36
67,35
79,51
83,84
66,31

379
88
363
170
153

272
68
314
157
148

99
14
64
61
88

36,40
20,59
20,38
38,85
59,46

7.252
1.195
11.489
6.532
1.737

2.966
687
10.688
4.739
1.898

2.017
452
7.259
3.423
985

68,00
65,79
67,92
72,23
51,90

8.636
4.497
15.065
3.578
3.552

3.824
2.525
13.275
2.315
3.124

2.500
1.238
9.157
1.966
1.945

65,38
49,03
68,98
84,92
62,26

82,07
53,66
48,95
63,91
64,78
67,87

213
668
302
39
47
9.129

204
574
286
30
30
7.509

123
234
82
16
19
3.699

60,29
40,77
28,67
53,33
63,33
49,26

993
8.898
2.707
256
622
190.935

993
5.557
2.417
172
491
133.749

576
2.954
1.544
132
317
85.699

58,01
53,16
63,88
76,74
64,56
64,07

2.181
12.030
4.063
336
1.023
234.330

2.081
8.063
3.648
324
810
171.181

1.381
4.259
2.104
242
529
117.903

66,36
52,82
57,68
74,69
65,31
68,88

Annex 2.16a
NUMBER OF INSPECTED FOOD HANDLING PLACES (FHP) AND PERCENTAGE OF HEALTHY FHP BY PROVINCE
2004
No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Registered FHP

Inspected Food Handling


Total
%

Healthy Food Handling


Total
%

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

9.516
6.471
5.004
3.536
3.058
5.404
1.224
3.668
1.199
6.888
26.937
3.804
3.579
14.610
5.365
13.050
4.487
947
3.644
3.558
8.403
4.073
3.017
1.744
4.197
1.488
1.753
249
1.206
2.392
154.471

3.295
2.155
3.237
2.838
1.628
4.345
643
2.604
1.069
278
15.516
2.304
2.098
9.583
392
3.802
4.894
951
3.328
2.051
7.011
2.728
2.246
1.692
2.787
1.289
1.325
243
896
2.116
89.344

34,63
33,30
64,69
80,26
53,24
80,40
52,53
70,99
89,16
4,04
57,60
60,57
58,62
65,59
7,31
29,13
109,07
100,42
91,33
57,64
83,43
66,98
74,44
97,02
66,40
86,63
75,58
97,59
74,30
88,46
57,84

2.124
1.040
1.839
1.730
838
3.106
375
1.664
892
44
8.108
1.389
1.728
5.799
148
1.455
2.854
585
2.503
856
4.830
1.697
1.271
1.263
1.842
661
773
113
358
1.936
53.821

64,46
48,26
56,81
60,96
51,47
71,48
58,32
63,90
83,44
15,83
52,26
60,29
82,36
60,51
37,76
38,27
58,32
61,51
75,21
41,74
68,89
62,21
56,59
74,65
66,09
51,28
58,34
46,50
39,96
91,49
60,24

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI, Profile 2003

Annex 2.17
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY FLOOR WIDTH OF LIVING PLACE (m2) AND PROVINCE
2004
Floor Width (m2)
No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province

Urban
50 - 99 100 - 149

<19

20 - 49

(3)

(4)

1,88
1,37

33,44
32,66

50,13
48,98

9,70
10,99

West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali

5,26
4,01
1,53
4,24
7,85
2,18
0,99
16,00
4,41
2,42
21,39
6,96
7,99
18,53

24,83
34,02
31,26
47,23
36,98
26,09
41,84
32,30
36,02
18,11
12,88
26,03
24,23
30,43

40,43
46,12
48,34
37,46
41,21
55,64
50,02
29,03
44,65
54,44
38,46
47,88
47,43
31,75

16,42
11,35
13,45
6,56
9,10
10,70
5,65
10,54
9,30
16,48
14,44
12,00
13,77
11,16

West Nusa Tenggara


East Nusa Tenggara

12,84
6,64

52,70
54,94

27,34
30,28

1,16
4,29

34,25
42,28

5,87
3,73
6,18
3,30
5,91
9,02
2,82
3,85
3,29
10,04
6,50

36,96
38,77
40,93
41,51
30,47
31,08
44,70
47,04
17,66
52,84
30,23

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera

West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Rural
50 - 99 100 -149 150 +

150+

Total

< 19

20 - 49

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

1,06
2,17

40,27
47,72

53,41
44,49

4,49
4,03

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

3,37
1,32
2,37
2,60
1,90
1,39
0,86
1,68
0,34
0,37
0,60
1,17
7,42

37,72
44,82
44,90
46,95
42,87
30,81
43,10
46,23
14,17
9,37
26,90
44,76
51,14

49,47
46,32
48,03
45,28
51,12
60,41
44,68
45,18
59,87
52,3
55,24
46,67
32,93

7,58
5,70
3,53
3,80
2,99
5,64
8,38
5,00
17,09
22,26
11,34
6,37
6,33

4,99
5,20

2,13 100,00
2,94 100,00

10,59
3,43

65,51
67,42

20,48
27,00

48,24
44,56

9,68
6,14

6,68 100,00
2,73 100,00

1,92
0,81

56,87
49,31

39,74
38,00
39,94
34,38
45,13
39,60
37,54
36,53
54,69
29,01
44,52

11,05
11,34
6,67
10,53
12,68
11,14
9,46
11,00
21,53
4,63
11,55

4,03
1,27
2,07
1,78
1,42
1,34
8,07
0,67
0,57
15,62
1,87

44,10
42,27
55,57
50,74
32,09
39,81
68,29
52,20
27,05
68,56
37,19

(5)

(6)

4,86 100,00
6,00 100,00
13,05
4,51
5,42
4,51
4,87
5,39
1,51
12,13
5,62
8,54
12,82
7,13
6,58
8,13

6,37
8,15
6,28
10,28
5,80
9,16
5,48
1,59
2,83
3,48
7,20

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

(12)

(13)

Total

< 19

(14)

(15)

Urban+Rural
20 - 49 50 - 99 100 -149

1,28
1,84

38,43
41,35

52,53
46,39

5,89
6,97

1,87
3,45

100,00
100,00

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

3,93
2,50
2,14
3,13
3,59
1,56
0,91
16,00
3,03
1,18
13,30
3,20
4,93
13,10

33,91
40,07
41,19
47,04
41,20
29,79
42,55
32,30
41,19
15,77
11,53
26,54
33,44
40,56

46,8
46,23
48,12
42,74
48,31
59,38
47,01
29,03
44,92
57,67
43,79
52,23
47,09
32,33

10,20
8,18
6,23
4,70
4,73
6,73
7,19
10,54
7,12
16,84
17,45
11,61
10,45
8,79

5,16
3,02
2,33
2,39
2,18
2,54
2,34
12,13
3,75
8,54
13,93
6,41
4,09
5,22

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

2,69
1,65

0,73 100,00
0,51 100,00

11,41
3,94

60,88
65,43

22,96
27,52

3,52
2,21

1,24
0,89

100,00
100,00

36,93
44,74

3,14
4,29

1,13 100,00
0,84 100,00

1,73
1,82

51,11
47,27

39,81
44,69

4,81
4,83

2,54
1,39

100,00
100,00

45,68
44,23
36,65
39,41
54,96
49,10
18,24
42,89
64,81
13,83
48,94

5,01
8,48
4,46
5,77
9,52
7,65
2,93
3,56
7,49
1,50
8,35

1,19
3,75
1,26
2,30
2,02
2,10
2,47
0,69
0,07
0,49
3,65

4,71
2,59
3,65
2,08
2,75
3,00
6,68
1,60
1,29
14,32
3,84

41,47
40,40
49,92
48,91
31,61
37,92
62,06
50,69
24,58
64,90
34,23

43,49
40,9
37,92
38,42
52,05
47,05
23,34
41,04
62,15
17,36
47,06

7,23
10,01
5,31
6,71
10,45
8,40
4,65
5,72
11,18
2,22
9,71

3,10
6,10
3,20
3,87
3,14
3,63
3,26
0,95
0,80
1,19
5,16

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

1,85
1,85
1,17
1,37
1,11
1,76
2,98
1,92
8,54
15,69
5,92
1,04
2,18

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

(19)

Total

(17)

0,78 100,00
1,59 100,00

(18)

150 +

(16)

(20)

Annex 2.18
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY THE LARGEST FLOOR TYPE AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Rural

Urban+Rural

Unfloor

Ground

Total

Unfloor

Ground

Total

Unfloor

Ground

Total

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

97,09
97,97
98,61
97,47
96,31
96,71
98,08
93,61
99,34
96,15
95,13
84,62
94,62
91,50
93,77
96,76
88,42
88,63
97,09
96,91
97,04
96,59
97,04
96,87
96,54
90,32
96,98
93,39
91,97
94,89
93,30

2,91
2,03
1,39
2,53
3,69
3,29
1,92
6,39
0,66
3,85
4,87
15,38
5,38
8,50
6,23
3,24
11,58
11,37
2,91
3,09
2,96
3,41
2,96
3,13
3,46
9,68
3,02
6,61
8,03
5,11
6,7

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

87,51
93,98
96,89
94,78
92,14
84,28
96,60
70,33
95,66
89,86
57,51
77,78
67,60
84,92
89,51
81,33
47,70
96,49
96,18
96,53
93,85
90,75
83,39
95,07
88,03
83,80
77,80
77,06
73,05
78,68

12,49
6,02
3,11
5,22
7,86
15,72
13,40
29,67
4,34
10,14
42,49
22,22
32,40
15,08
10,49
18,67
52,30
3,51
3,82
3,47
6,15
9,25
16,61
4,93
11,97
16,20
22,20
22,94
26,95
21,32

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
110,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

90,09
95,67
97,40
95,96
93,28
88,33
89,86
75,34
97,26
96,15
92,46
68,52
88,14
77,36
89,80
93,21
83,89
54,21
96,64
96,39
96,71
95,31
93,18
86,05
95,51
88,53
87,28
82,33
80,98
78,13
84,90

9,91
4,33
2,60
4,04
6,72
11,67
10,14
24,66
2,74
3,85
7,54
31,48
11,86
22,64
10,20
6,79
16,11
45,79
3,36
3,61
3,29
4,69
6,82
13,95
4,49
11,47
12,72
17,67
19,02
21,87
15,10

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.19
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY DRINKING WATER SOURCES AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban+Rural
Number of Protected Drinking Water Source
No.

Province

Packaged
Water

(2)

(3)

(1)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

1,12
0,81
0,66
2,18
0,40
0,97
0,19
1,83
0,64
11,25
2,25
1,16
6,69
3,58
3,84
8,58
1,80
0,14
1,08
0,50
0,70
1,40
1,31
0,38
0,48
0,13
0,27
0,08
0,32
1,06
2,45

Number of Unprotected Drinking Water Source

Piped
Water

Pump

Protected
Well

Protected
Water
Spring

Rain
Water

Number of
Protected
Drinking Water
Source

Unprotected
Well

Unprotected
Water Spring

River
Water

Others

Number of
Unprotected
Drinking Water
Source

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

14,66
22,60
19,95
11,70
16,80
16,87
12,32
5,30
5,28
48,60
11,91
14,00
9,61
18,86
16,10
42,96
12,26
18,15
9,76
16,29
33,63
49,00
27,81
15,51
22,52
25,74
16,97
22,04
18,98
15,45
17,96

2,33
10,95
3,78
3,12
1,30
2,06
1,96
1,60
7,48
32,91
26,24
10,99
8,91
15,48
38,02
3,72
6,35
0,91
0,99
10,70
13,17
3,93
3,38
16,43
9,56
3,23
1,92
2,00
2,98
2,32
14,37

48,90
34,36
36,03
34,66
37,14
40,40
36,06
54,81
55,06
6,46
34,73
46,97
57,07
41,06
21,97
21,51
54,32
19,03
6,07
16,85
14,48
11,15
33,79
24,04
31,33
32,04
53,50
31,99
36,22
14,52
35,95

2,70
7,19
9,31
1,55
1,14
0,78
5,46
2,62
1,53
0,06
9,73
12,25
2,56
8,59
4,16
13,39
11,26
22,84
2,56
0,47
0,31
2,49
17,34
15,41
9,65
8,24
0,57
21,97
2,98
10,60
8,07

0,79
1,64
2,37
22,46
12,74
5,49
0,66
0,60
0,34
0,13
0,80
5,47
0,65
1,19
3,81
1,77
40,17
5,75
2,96
7,62
1,71
1,26
1,82
2,78
0,45
4,75
12,24
2,66

70,50
77,55
72,10
75,67
69,52
66,57
55,99
66,82
70,59
99,62
84,99
86,17
90,31
88,22
85,28
93,97
85,99
62,84
60,63
50,56
65,25
75,59
85,34
73,03
75,36
72,16
73,23
78,53
66,23
56,19
81,46

24,43
12,29
15,51
20,30
20,06
19,59
39,63
28,55
26,76
0,16
8,95
9,06
8,04
7,53
9,23
1,79
10,87
9,35
8,14
7,14
17,25
9,57
12,70
14,71
15,55
19,84
18,54
14,47
26,94
14,20
11,16

2,87
6,16
7,38
0,74
1,00
0,97
2,20
2,93
1,92
4,82
3,77
1,49
3,17
3,39
3,48
1,84
22,79
3,18
0,80
0,96
0,70
1,84
5,81
5,94
4,16
4,75
5,89
3,10
21,73
4,04

2,07
3,25
4,18
2,36
9,33
12,53
2,16
1,35
0,16
0,02
0,62
0,68
0,44
1,61
0,70
0,95
4,64
28,00
41,46
16,43
13,69
0,03
6,35
2,98
3,44
3,46
0,16
3,68
7,41
2,87

0,15
0,74
0,83
0,92
0,08
0,34
0,03
0,35
0,57
0,20
0,61
0,33
0,17
0,65
0,48
0,04
0,34
0,38
0,05
0,04
0,12
0,45
0,09
0,10
0,17
0,40
0,03
0,95
0,06
0,47
0,46

29,52
22,44
27,90
24,32
30,47
33,43
44,02
33,18
29,41
0,38
15,00
13,84
9,70
11,79
14,71
6,01
14,00
37,16
39,37
49,44
34,76
24,41
14,66
26,97
24,64
27,84
26,78
21,47
33,78
43,81
18,53

Annex 2.19a
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY DRINKING WATER SOURCE AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban
Number of Unprotected Drinking Water Source

Number of Protected Drinking Water Source


No.

Province

Packaged
Water

Piped
Water

Pump

Protected
Well

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

3,53
1,31
1,74
4,51
1,24
1,29
0,49
3,22
0,92
11,25
3,82
2,44
10,66
7,37
5,87
14,82
4,33
0,57
3,59
1,22
1,59
2,47
0,74
1,32
1,42
0,40
0,69
0,26
0,68
4,10
4,94

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

43,06
45,93
40,95
24,45
38,24
46,43
27,72
20,58
10,46
48,60
18,77
26,58
6,57
35,19
22,79
47,02
19,65
63,37
22,33
40,31
67,34
73,44
49,98
41,70
63,87
60,36
36,34
55,82
61,64
51,58
32,84

3,88
9,89
5,56
5,01
1,88
2,59
4,49
5,34
9,12
32,91
34,22
14,11
13,64
17,78
55,19
5,98
7,31
0,86
0,89
28,18
5,15
2,15
5,61
38,95
8,26
8,37
4,24
4,62
7,10
6,21
20,75

2,38
1,13
4,91
1,62
0,30
2,73
1,02
0,83
0,06
3,20
2,83
0,03
2,60
0,88
5,04
4,68
2,20
0,75
0,02
0,67
1,57
5,29
0,91
2,77
10,03
1,37
2,15

Number of
Protected
Protected
Rain Water
Water Spring
Drinking Water
Source
(7)

36,88
35,23
35,82
40,25
33,77
32,84
44,99
53,08
58,97
6,46
31,92
45,51
63,84
32,38
10,65
23,48
52,48
20,72
4,29
15,23
12,89
7,72
32,39
7,30
20,37
19,77
45,73
19,39
21,98
19,32
30,94

(8)

1,03
0,05
0,79
13,95
15,81
0,73
1,16
0,34
0,03
0,20
0,60
0,18
59,58
1,75
0,22
5,58
0,68
0,05
5,19
9,48
1,40

(9)

Unprotected
Well
(10)

90,76
93,54
89,77
89,79
90,94
84,18
80,42
83,24
81,46
99,62
91,93
91,50
94,74
95,52
95,98
96,52
88,45
87,72
91,43
86,71
87,19
92,03
90,97
94,56
94,88
91,67
87,00
90,12
96,59
92,06
93,02

8,64
5,24
7,45
7,64
8,65
7,14
19,49
15,91
17,84
0,16
5,48
6,87
4,97
3,41
3,56
2,00
8,62
8,41
5,12
3,26
7,95
3,01
8,79
3,17
3,93
4,94
12,90
6,35
3,40
3,80
5,14

Unprotected
River Water
Water Spring
(11)

(12)

0,30
0,29
1,26
0,33
0,33
0,67
0,45
1,74
1,26
0,28
0,28
0,88
2,32
2,31
0,09
0,04
0,06
0,18
0,03
2,02
0,16
0,96
0,45
1,84
0,79

0,01
0,22
1,36
0,27
0,31
7,65
0,05
0,02
0,02
0,11
0,35
0,03
0,52
0,44
0,82
3,29
9,91
4,59
4,11
0,69
1,31
1,07
0,55

Others

Number of
Unprotected
Drinking Water
Source

(13)

(14)

0,29
0,70
0,16
1,98
0,09
0,69
0,10
0,19
0,19
0,20
0,82
0,25
0,28
0,44
0,15
0,09
0,18
0,75
0,08
0,08
0,22
0,66
0,20
0,25
0,33
1,11
0,10
3,07
1,24
0,49

9,24
6,45
10,23
10,22
9,05
15,81
19,59
16,77
18,53
0,38
8,06
8,49
5,25
4,48
4,02
3,49
11,56
12,29
8,58
13,29
12,82
7,96
9,02
5,44
5,11
8,32
13,00
9,87
3,40
7,95
6,97

Annex 2.19b
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLDS BY DRINKING WATER SOURCE AND PROVINCE
2004
Rural
Number of Unprotected Drinking Water Source

Number of Protected Drinking Water Source


No.

(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Packaged
Water

Piped
Water

Pump

Protected
Well

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

0,23
0,45
0,21
0,35
0,08
0,81
0,07
1,45
0,42
0,73
0,29
0,34
0,97
1,35
2,06
0,37
0,05
0,22
0,20
0,18
0,18
1,66
0,15
0,08
0,05
0,12
0,19
0,14
0,60

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

4,21
5,52
11,13
1,68
8,79
2,60
6,21
1,12
1,28
5,23
5,40
14,45
7,60
7,88
38,73
8,08
9,59
5,46
6,45
14,01
20,92
13,86
9,06
5,14
16,20
10,01
8,18
3,75
4,50
6,95

1,76
11,73
3,03
1,64
1,09
1,80
0,95
0,57
6,22
18,46
8,85
1,34
13,88
16,93
1,36
5,81
0,92
1,03
3,55
17,84
5,98
1,98
10,88
10,11
1,82
1,08
0,93
1,51
1,14
9,66

2,81
11,62
11,16
1,50
1,57
1,00
6,54
3,06
2,07
16,09
18,68
6,61
12,72
8,18
22,13
14,99
26,74
3,17
0,66
0,49
4,58
27,26
17,90
13,33
9,75
0,77
26,87
4,04
13,40
12,46

Number of
Protected
Protected
Water
Rain Water
Drinking Water
Spring
Source
(7)
(8)
(9)

53,32
33,73
36,11
30,27
38,40
44,05
32,53
55,29
52,04
37,46
47,96
46,24
47,05
35,88
19,45
55,36
18,71
6,68
17,52
15,40
15,08
34,66
28,17
35,94
35,43
56,29
37,16
41,30
13,06
39,66

0,70
2,79
3,04
29,15
11,60
7,78
0,84
0,17
0,27
1,32
14,21
0,95
1,92
7,60
2,11
33,53
7,38
4,55
9,97
2,36
1,58
2,56
3,54
0,63
4,59
13,08
3,60

63,03
65,84
64,68
64,59
61,53
58,04
46,30
62,33
62,20
78,24
82,50
83,19
83,17
72,14
91,33
84,61
58,12
50,09
35,76
52,47
56,71
81,78
67,74
67,16
66,79
68,27
73,77
55,38
45,32
72,93

Unprotected
Well
(10)

30,24
17,45
18,90
30,26
24,32
25,60
47,61
32,01
33,63
12,32
10,56
12,95
10,38
16,20
1,58
12,14
9,53
9,18
8,72
22,66
17,10
15,17
17,55
20,43
23,95
20,57
17,81
35,33
17,35
15,62

Unprotected
River Water
Water Spring
(11)

3,81
10,46
9,94
1,06
1,37
1,28
3,07
3,55
3,06
7,82
5,49
3,87
5,16
7,22
6,19
1,57
26,67
4,24
1,12
1,48
1,30
2,98
6,74
8,37
5,04
6,45
8,13
4,21
27,75
6,44

(12)

2,82
5,47
5,36
4,00
12,70
14,89
3,02
1,72
0,25
1,21
1,06
0,50
3,56
0,89
1,24
5,37
36,46
54,37
23,33
24,69
0,05
7,91
3,94
4,03
4,71
0,22
5,00
9,33
4,59

Others
(13)

0,09
0,77
1,11
0,09
0,08
0,18
0,39
0,86
0,40
0,38
0,79
0,89
0,43
0,31
0,04
0,03
0,05
0,20
0,02
0,06
0,10
0,20
0,08
0,07
0,24
0,43

Number of
Unprotected
Drinking Water
Source
(14)

36,96
34,15
35,31
35,41
38,47
41,95
53,70
37,67
37,80
21,75
17,49
16,82
16,83
27,87
8,66
15,38
41,88
49,92
64,24
47,52
43,29
18,22
32,26
32,84
33,22
31,73
26,24
44,61
54,67
27,08

Annex 2.20
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY LATRINE TYPES AND PROVINCE
2004

No.
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Watersealed 'PlengLatrines
sengan'
(3)
(4)

Urban
Pit
Privy
(5)

80,72
75,63
78,98
80,43
73,20
62,70
88,63
80,06
84,31
82,90
75,06
83,83
91,61
81,27
87,27
94,22
82,84
65,09
82,36
72,47
71,72
72,81
87,41
89,35
86,74
89,44
90,90
82,41
98,20
70,89

10,09
13,70
9,66
12,59
10,04
23,67
10,60
9,40
8,61
14,86
16,22
7,09
6,13
8,44
8,85
4,59
11,49
22,32
13,87
11,23
14,04
18,58
9,51
6,67
9,83
4,09
3,11
8,05
0,83
24,39

8,08
8,80
8,98
6,18
14,24
11,21
0,77
9,39
3,97
2,08
5,27
7,65
2,02
9,11
3,44
0,98
3,07
9,16
2,74
9,57
8,81
7,58
2,64
2,44
2,72
5,02
1,86
6,91
0,69
4,66

80,25

11,9

6,14

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Not
Using
(6)

1,11
1,86
2,38
0,80
2,52
2,42
1,14
3,10
0,16
3,45
1,43
0,24
1,18
0,43
0,21
2,60
3,43
1,04
6,72
5,44
1,03
0,44
1,54
0,72
1,45
4,13
2,63
0,28
0,06

Total
(7)

Watersealed 'PlengLatrines
sengan'
(8)
(9)

Rural
Pit
Privy
(10)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

46,16
36,00
42,45
36,48
37,88
31,79
55,83
39,84
70,97
54,47
54,55
54,85
42,15
62,18
88,36
69,52
21,14
41,31
25,58
39,87
47,81
74,04
63,92
60,39
51,91
73,95
60,62
71,30
29,90

12,13
14,21
11,30
17,24
12,48
12,54
6,71
8,98
5,81
12,69
9,31
3,68
10,80
12,59
9,24
16,01
20,08
21,77
13,69
14,72
18,09
15,03
9,81
14,22
5,08
5,26
7,13
13,41
16,16

30,24
35,98
34,18
36,29
38,96
46,19
29,86
48,02
13,39
18,73
29,89
40,79
44,74
18,08
1,70
8,45
47,37
26,17
34,49
27,23
27,47
8,14
19,20
20,34
31,40
10,01
18,05
7,20
29,60

1,72 100,00

48,01

12,04

31,35

Not
Total
Using
(11)
(12)

11,48
13,81
12,06
9,98
10,67
9,48
7,60
3,16
9,83
14,11
6,25
0,68
2,31
7,15
0,70
6,02
11,41
10,76
26,24
18,17
6,63
2,79
7,07
5,05
11,61
10,78
14,19
8,10
24,35

Watersealed
Latrines
(13)

Urban + Rural
'PlengPit
sengan'
Privy
(14)
(15)

Not
Using
(16)

Total
(17)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
0,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

57,15
54,91
56,33
57,26
49,38
44,16
68,26
49,03
78,48
82,90
65,53
67,59
77,21
60,88
79,04
91,89
75,81
30,05
55,30
41,91
53,11
62,16
79,92
71,55
71,07
62,24
81,13
69,57
81,22
45,20

11,48
13,97
10,68
15,04
11,69
17,00
8,19
9,07
7,39
14,86
14,58
8,32
5,17
9,67
10,08
6,44
13,88
20,53
19,08
12,83
14,44
18,37
12,60
8,87
12,44
4,81
4,35
7,51
8,77
19,23

23,19
23,01
24,61
22,06
30,92
32,19
18,84
39,19
8,09
2,08
11,50
19,99
17,21
27,68
8,24
1,26
5,91
39,62
18,18
25,81
19,57
16,06
5,72
14,17
13,20
24,14
6,56
13,48
4,80
20,29

8,18
8,11
8,38
5,64
8,02
6,65
4,72
2,70
6,05
0,16
8,39
4,10
0,42
1,77
2,63
0,40
4,41
9,79
7,44
19,44
12,88
3,42
1,75
5,41
3,29
8,82
7,96
9,44
5,21
15,28

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

8,6 100,00

63,85

11,97

18,96

5,22

100,00

Annex 2.21
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY EXCRETA DISPOSAL AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban+Rural
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

12

Central Java

13

DI Yogyakarta

14

East Java

15

Banten

16

Bali

17

West Nusa Tenggara

18

East Nusa Tenggara

19

West Kalimantan

20

Central Kalimantan

21

South Kalimantan

22

East Kalimantan

23

North Sulawesi

24

Central Sulawesi

25

South Sulawesi

26

South East Sulawesi

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Septic

Pond/

River/

Hole in

Shore/

Tank

Rice Field

Lake

the Ground

Open Air

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

42,95
45,21
31,04
40,97
32,67
33,88
31,45
28,92
44,36
85,30
44,56
41,64
65,31
39,17
55,21
65,69
31,14
13,15
27,60
24,05
30,57
48,14
53,30
32,64
44,11
30,76
31,47
30,57
52,05
31,24
42,71

2,24
1,12
16,60
1,20
1,64
2,26
1,44
2,63
0,32
1,11
15,50
5,29
0,89
1,21
8,69
0,22
2,71
0,26
1,54
0,57
1,09
0,87
0,48
1,43
1,75
0,42
0,78
0,75
0,62
1,83
5,16

15,83
13,86
28,98
12,76
29,09
26,72
21,89
9,47
5,65
4,23
22,26
25,68
9,56
25,66
11,69
6,03
32,65
0,51
25,85
45,22
31,79
18,44
12,07
19,49
11,68
6,15
14,93
14,56
13,97
8,96
20,22

27,10
28,79
17,82
39,58
30,63
33,44
34,93
54,25
18,57
8,06
14,32
24,57
22,82
29,56
12,14
11,53
11,06
55,53
31,57
27,81
34,62
29,51
28,53
23,11
20,49
35,31
18,69
18,70
8,32
22,72
24,41

7,72
5,23
3,10
4,01
4,59
1,57
7,65
2,67
25,17
0,18
1,69
1,69
1,01
3,51
10,98
15,18
19,25
17,99
9,03
1,43
1,36
1,65
3,38
16,99
19,51
20,57
30,66
29,62
22,24
28,62
5,38

Others

Total

(8)

(9)

4,16
5,79
2,46
1,48
1,38
2,13
2,64
2,05
5,93
1,12
1,67
1,12
0,40
0,89
1,30
1,34
3,19
12,56
4,41
0,91
0,57
1,39
2,24
6,34
2,46
6,80
3,46
5,80
2,80
6,63
2,12

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.21a
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY EXCRETA DISPOSAL AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua

Indonesia
Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Septic

Pond/

River/

Hole in

Shore/

Tank

Rice Field

Lake

the Ground

Open Air

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(3)

74,49
73,44
60,89
68,36
67,14
65,14
60,70
61,10
64,69
85,30
57,52
61,01
80,23
63,38
76,38
78,35
43,01
40,38
67,61
55,73
52,08
67,12
79,21
65,84
78,59
58,73
61,23
58,82
90,18
81,99
66,01

1,32
0,65
7,87
1,02
1,77
2,69
1,52
1,59
0,44
1,11
6,57
2,86
0,84
0,91
6,39
0,15
1,16
0,55
1,59
0,50
0,99
1,16
0,43
0,44
1,02
0,50
1,26
1,13
0,27
3,02
2,86

6,83
6,32
9,26
4,45
11,03
10,73
4,46
9,27
5,53
4,23
21,78
21,15
12,03
17,46
3,03
4,18
32,95
0,29
5,45
17,06
19,70
10,31
2,37
10,25
5,12
4,23
11,36
8,06
2,78
14,27

14,85
16,70
17,25
25,19
18,03
20,16
32,78
25,19
14,23
8,06
11,28
13,37
6,61
16,88
9,62
13,41
13,46
55,76
22,91
25,72
26,28
19,65
16,90
17,63
11,11
25,88
22,13
20,57
8,05
11,36
14,44

Total

Others
(8)

1,74
0,62
2,09
0,70
0,33
0,47
0,39
0,36
12,37
0,18
0,83
0,85
0,03
0,87
3,79
3,49
7,17
1,42
1,55
0,34
0,48
0,46
0,74
3,58
3,32
7,02
2,79
9,82
1,22
0,79
1,24

(9)

0,77
2,28
2,65
0,28
1,70
0,81
0,15
2,50
2,74
1,12
2,02
0,77
0,27
0,50
0,80
0,42
2,23
1,59
0,90
0,65
0,47
1,30
0,35
2,25
0,84
3,64
1,24
1,60
0,27
0,05
1,18

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.21b
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY EXCRETA DISPOSAL AND PROVINCE
2004
Rural
No.
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Septic
Tank
(3)
31,35
24,55
18,51
19,44
19,80
18,80
19,86
20,10
28,69
31,92
28,41
41,46
22,46
29,20
52,46
24,42
7,99
13,92
11,09
18,05
26,33
37,00
24,46
29,62
23,04
20,79
18,97
38,44
15,85
25,47

Pond/
Rice Field
(4)
2,57
1,47
20,27
1,34
1,59
2,06
1,40
2,91
0,22
24,21
6,95
0,98
1,42
11,53
0,30
3,59
0,20
1,52
0,60
1,15
0,53
0,52
1,68
2,05
0,39
0,61
0,60
0,75
1,47
6,87

River/
Lake
(5)
19,14
19,39
37,26
19,29
35,83
34,43
28,80
9,53
5,74
22,73
28,78
5,62
31,32
22,32
7,97
32,48
0,55
32,82
56,74
38,83
27,78
18,17
21,76
14,43
6,67
16,22
17,23
18,96
10,83
24,63

Hole in
the Ground
(6)
31,61
37,63
18,05
50,89
35,34
39,85
35,79
62,22
21,92
17,29
32,23
48,73
38,32
15,23
9,57
9,68
55,49
34,54
28,67
39,47
40,84
35,84
24,46
24,44
37,91
17,46
17,93
8,41
26,17
31,79

Shore/
Open Air
(7)
9,93
8,60
3,53
6,61
6,19
2,10
10,52
3,30
35,04
2,54
2,27
2,59
5,33
19,81
27,41
26,09
21,13
11,59
1,88
1,87
3,02
5,05
20,30
26,32
24,30
40,66
37,74
29,74
37,05
8,44

Others

Total

(8)

(9)
5,40
8,36
2,38
2,43
1,26
2,76
3,62
1,93
8,40
1,32
1,36
0,62
1,15
1,91
2,30
3,74
14,64
5,61
1,02
0,63
1,51
3,42
7,34
3,14
7,68
4,26
7,53
3,70
8,63
2,80

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
0,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.22
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY TYPES OF EXPENDITURE IN A MONTH PER CAPITA AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban + Rural
No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta

11
12
13
14
15

West Java
Central Java

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara

30

DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten

West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

<60.000
(3)

1,84
0,76
0,61
0,18
0,30
1,93
1,25
3,93
0,66
0,70
0,87
0,48
1,32
0,72
2,53
7,27
1,57
0,72
0,66
0,43
0,54
1,95
2,31
2,30
5,21
1,70
0,34
3,12
1,25

60.000
79.999
(4)

4,40
2,71
2,30
0,62
1,84
5,79
5,01
9,10
1,06
2,39
4,34
2,92
5,19
1,40
0,79
9,40
17,59
5,19
2,56
2,62
0,85
1,55
6,11
7,24
6,44
9,21
5,25
6,39
5,68
4,14

80.000
99.999
(5)

8,79
6,66
5,72
2,17
6,13
12,85
11,66
15,38
2,95
0,07
6,35
10,37
6,64
11,00
4,73
2,39
16,52
21,28
9,94
5,31
5,22
1,73
3,88
12,36
13,28
11,47
16,48
7,79
12,04
8,51
8,71

Expenditure per capita/month (Rupiahs)


100.000
150.000
200.000
149.999
199.999
299.999
(6)
(7)
(8)

33,16
30,21
29,93
16,04
29,04
34,02
37,62
37,71
16,38
1,23
26,18
35,43
25,08
35,62
20,82
15,01
36,06
30,28
32,53
26,28
27,05
12,08
22,29
33,22
34,78
32,10
32,55
30,02
32,01
25,79
29,27

24,39
25,45
24,94
20,69
29,00
20,94
22,39
18,01
23,45
5,52
24,58
23,79
20,47
21,23
21,54
22,02
17,86
11,86
23,13
26,62
25,48
17,78
24,93
21,83
20,45
22,19
17,02
26,61
20,24
19,13
21,81

18,67
22,66
23,30
28,73
24,67
16,80
14,05
10,66
33,37
25,74
24,26
17,39
19,43
16,20
29,93
32,40
12,42
7,99
17,25
25,83
23,98
31,24
29,53
15,53
14,46
18,18
12,61
20,66
19,83
20,75
20,29

300.000
499.999
(9)

7,25
9,56
10,01
23,57
7,72
6,71
6,73
4,18
18,62
40,83
11,75
6,17
14,09
7,28
16,22
21,10
4,22
2,87
8,16
10,76
11,52
23,71
14,50
7,02
5,65
6,21
6,00
7,07
8,60
12,81
10,73

500.000
and over

Total

(10)

(11)

1,49
2,00
3,17
8,01
1,31
0,94
1,28
1,03
3,52
26,60
3,79
1,64
10,89
2,17
4,65
6,28
0,98
0,86
2,24
1,91
3,47
12,20
2,78
1,99
1,83
1,12
0,93
0,90
0,55
4,21
3,81

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.22a
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY TYPES OF EXPENDITURE IN A MONTH PER CAPITA AND PROVINCE
2004
Urban

Province

No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung
DKI Jakarta

11
12
13
14
15

West Java
Central Java

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara

30

DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten

West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

<60.000
(3)

0,82
0,40
0,03
0,23
0,15
0,22
1,44
2,28
0,08
0,32
0,31
0,26
0,35
0,22
1,72
0,80
0,22
0,21
0,25
0,13
0,20
0,38
0,44
0,34
0,34

60.000
79.999
(4)

1,56
1,34
0,73
0,16
0,59
1,86
1,58
2,80
0,71
1,31
1,86
1,30
2,15
0,59
0,15
4,23
2,93
0,56
1,32
0,75
0,67
0,47
1,85
2,30
1,29
0,90
0,24
1,84
0,39
1,38

Expenditure per capita/month (Rupiahs)


80.000
100.000
150.000
99.999
149.999
199.999
(5)
(6)
(7)

3,30
3,42
1,69
0,60
4,21
5,21
3,83
6,54
1,50
0,07
3,32
5,26
2,81
5,39
1,46
0,79
10,91
6,25
2,99
2,14
2,27
0,91
1,77
2,78
5,41
3,95
6,02
0,48
1,72
0,40
3,58

19,09
19,50
15,83
4,43
17,10
20,84
22,52
26,65
9,92
1,23
18,54
25,88
16,32
25,43
8,73
9,01
33,97
24,43
15,52
11,45
13,74
7,04
8,87
17,88
23,59
17,63
25,91
10,64
10,46
6,44
18,07

22,09
24,00
21,58
10,85
24,81
24,41
22,83
24,29
17,81
5,52
21,73
27,00
19,46
23,18
16,56
16,67
20,56
23,81
23,02
21,37
22,34
13,11
16,78
25,77
23,67
25,24
23,24
29,29
16,42
13,88
20,65

200.000
299.999
(8)

30,11
31,04
33,32
30,50
32,85
29,90
27,32
20,76
38,25
25,74
29,93
25,79
22,96
25,32
38,59
34,01
19,08
25,95
29,82
36,44
32,87
31,78
39,23
29,23
26,08
30,66
25,36
38,21
39,01
37,41
28,58

300.000
499.999
(9)

18,68
16,30
18,99
37,63
17,19
15,69
16,80
13,31
26,90
40,83
18,19
10,83
20,21
13,89
25,52
28,64
7,54
11,43
20,84
22,32
20,96
28,37
26,23
17,24
13,52
16,69
15,44
18,39
28,83
31,03
19,55

500.000
and over

Total

(10)

(11)

4,36
4,01
7,84
15,59
3,09
1,87
3,67
3,38
4,82
26,60
6,66
3,06
16,67
4,29
8,33
10,73
1,99
4,40
7,25
4,74
6,85
17,86
6,52
5,06
5,04
4,11
2,80
2,74
1,72
10,46
7,85

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.22b
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD BY TYPES OF EXPENDITURE IN A MONTH PER CAPITA AND PROVINCE
2004
Rural

Province

No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung
DKI Jakarta

11
12
13
14
15

West Java
Central Java

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara

30

DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten

West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

<60.000
(3)

2,24
1,05
0,87
0,14
0,37
2,84
1,16
4,41
1,09
1,11
1,26
0,79
2,01
1,30
3,01
8,54
2,15
0,94
0,94
0,63
0,80
2,40
3,12
2,82
6,94
2,36
0,46
4,12
1,94

60.000
79.999
(4)

5,49
3,77
2,99
0,98
2,34
7,85
6,41
10,92
1,31
3,56
6,08
5,22
7,38
2,36
1,47
12,46
20,47
6,90
3,07
3,75
1,05
2,22
7,21
9,35
7,87
12,19
7,17
8,01
7,37
6,23

80.000
99.999
(5)

10,91
9,17
7,48
3,41
6,91
16,84
14,84
17,94
4,01
9,65
13,96
12,07
15,04
8,59
4,04
19,84
24,24
12,51
6,62
7,02
2,71
5,18
14,85
16,65
13,56
20,22
10,59
15,72
11,11
12,61

Expenditure per capita/month (Rupiahs)


100.000
150.000
200.000
149.999
199.999
299.999
(6)
(7)
(8)

38,60
38,54
36,10
25,25
33,90
40,92
43,76
40,92
21,13
34,49
42,13
37,51
42,96
35,09
21,24
37,30
31,43
38,83
32,37
35,15
18,14
30,62
37,20
39,56
36,12
34,93
37,45
39,70
32,00
37,81

25,28
26,57
26,42
28,49
30,70
19,12
22,21
16,20
27,60
27,68
21,53
21,89
19,83
27,42
27,58
16,27
9,51
23,17
28,77
27,39
23,38
29,98
20,80
19,08
21,34
14,80
25,59
21,60
20,82
22,70

14,25
16,15
18,93
27,32
21,34
9,96
8,66
7,73
29,78
18,09
11,49
14,43
9,63
19,70
30,73
8,48
4,45
12,59
21,47
18,57
30,58
23,51
11,98
9,49
14,70
8,05
13,91
12,99
15,41
13,97

300.000
499.999
(9)

2,84
4,31
6,09
12,41
3,86
2,02
2,64
1,54
12,52
4,76
2,90
5,41
2,52
5,23
13,26
2,26
1,19
3,45
6,01
5,77
18,12
7,23
4,36
2,28
3,29
2,62
2,72
1,39
6,97
4,01

500.000
and over

Total

(10)

(11)

0,39
0,44
1,13
2,00
0,58
0,45
0,31
0,35
2,55
0,66
0,65
2,69
0,64
0,30
1,67
0,38
0,16
0,39
0,75
1,42
5,39
0,46
1,20
0,46
0,29
0,26
0,19
0,13
2,21
0,73

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.23
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD POSSESSING HEALTH CARD BY AREA TYPE AND PROVINCE
2004

Province

No

(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta

11
12
13
14
15

West Java
Central Java

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara

30

DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten

West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Urban

(3)

20,60
7,44
8,12
6,33
8,90
11,95
4,99
17,25
4,88
7,64
9,80
17,18
11,31
11,68
7,41
5,68
30,81
24,24
7,28
6,02
6,58
8,87
13,99
11,68
11,93
7,86
17,46
8,26
7,83
13,33
11,29

Rural

(4)

38,83
11,07
10,94
12,65
8,88
7,22
11,49
16,76
6,05
12,48
23,45
24,53
14,66
14,22
10,33
35,37
40,80
10,21
8,89
14,18
16,48
10,14
14,92
10,71
17,87
22,57
8,96
13,50
23,30
16,58

Urban + Rural

(5)

33,92
9,53
10,11
9,87
8,88
8,76
9,64
16,87
5,54
7,64
11,16
21,15
16,40
13,44
10,47
7,95
33,72
38,16
9,46
8,05
11,38
12,41
11,62
14,28
11,07
15,71
21,22
8,76
12,01
20,98
14,33

Annex 2.24
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION USING HEALTH CARD ON JANUARY - DECEMBER 2003
BY ITS EFFECTIVENESS AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban + Rural
No
(1)
1
2
3
4

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali

17
18
19
20
21

West Nusa Tenggara


East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku

30

Papua

Indonesia
Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Treatment

Check up for
Pregnancy/delivery

(3)

(4)

85,72
73,12
80,23
75,41
73,30
78,02
58,25
66,23
79,80
75,77
65,22
55,82
57,41
51,52
57,24
71,19
62,74
92,28
69,28
82,21
71,18
72,12
80,95
78,45
70,13
71,52
75,02
70,30
91,06
93,21
66,57

9,53
9,99
16,12
16,13
15,16
15,31
7,70
5,96
4,30
8,65
6,96
4,82
3,00
6,30
6,75
7,78
10,78
21,20
16,14
8,60
8,41
14,89
16,01
18,03
15,87
17,04
13,21
28,47
20,32
31,79
9,04

Family Planning Needs


(5)

14,27
11,25
22,64
33,23
20,98
22,93
15,94
14,42
23,69
19,57
15,66
8,06
7,21
11,20
17,26
12,82
12,27
16,86
26,86
25,92
13,57
22,44
19,42
23,10
15,74
23,44
19,77
22,35
16,25
18,25
13,84

Annex 2.24a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION USING HEALTH CARD ON JANUARY - DECEMBER 2003
BY ITS EFFECTIVENESS AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban
No
(1)
1
2
3
4

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali

17
18
19
20
21

West Nusa Tenggara


East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku

30

Papua

Indonesia
Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Treatment
(3)

76,56
72,28
81,34
77,45
84,87
82,72
61,64
80,72
79,25
75,77
68,69
55,24
56,09
67,36
66,30
72,55
62,70
82,40
76,04
73,06
76,64
62,82
86,25
86,77
75,59
63,45
89,85
83,41
95,15
94,64
67,56

Check up for
Pregnancy/delivery

Family Planning Needs

(4)

(5)

14,57
9,48
16,53
20,21
22,64
19,59
9,75
9,80
6,63
8,65
8,01
5,24
5,93
7,16
9,50
9,37
9,13
16,72
13,69
10,53
11,34
16,16
10,01
16,64
20,53
11,17
16,98
12,27
15,91
15,36
8,97

16,09
9,79
20,95
29,43
23,11
29,22
21,45
16,98
10,04
19,57
16,77
6,94
8,25
13,06
12,43
13,12
10,16
15,65
18,55
26,70
19,09
17,30
10,82
30,92
17,53
16,22
28,48
9,77
30,08
27,01
13,91

Annex 2.24b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION USING HEALTH CARD ON JANUARY - DECEMBER 2003
BY ITS EFFECTIVENESS AND PROVINCE, 2004
Rural
No
(1)
1
2
3
4

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali

17
18
19
20
21

West Nusa Tenggara


East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku

30

Papua

Indonesia
Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Treatment

Check up for
Pregnancy/delivery

(3)

(4)

87,50
73,53
79,89
74,61
68,96
74,27
57,67
62,14
80,14
62,56
56,11
58,38
58,31
51,43
70,40
62,76
93,39
67,63
84,74
69,71
77,88
76,35
76,85
67,57
72,50
70,90
65,34
90,21
92,96
66,06

8,55
10,24
16,00
14,53
12,36
11,88
7,35
4,88
2,86
6,15
4,62
0,84
5,83
4,99
6,87
11,60
21,70
16,74
8,07
7,62
14,11
21,21
18,30
13,68
17,75
12,17
34,59
21,23
34,64
9,08

Family Planning Needs


(5)

13,92
11,96
23,17
34,72
20,19
17,90
15,00
13,70
32,17
14,81
8,62
6,45
10,18
20,35
12,64
13,31
16,99
28,89
25,70
12,08
25,61
26,89
21,59
14,90
24,31
17,35
27,10
13,39
16,73
13,80

Annex 2.25
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION WITH HEALTH COMPLAINT IN THE PAST ONE-MONTH
BY TYPE AND PROVINCE, 2004

Health Complaint
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Fever

Headache

Cough

Influenza

Diarrhea

Asthma

Toothache

Others

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

% Population
with Health
Complaint
(11)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

43,17

11,96

49,97

47,18

6,82

5,11

10,81

17,47

26,92

North Sumatera

37,24

11,68

45,13

42,41

5,77

5,12

6,84

24,60

19,19

West Sumatera

38,92

17,72

45,20

42,22

5,21

6,46

8,02

23,83

23,76

Riau

40,09

13,30

52,24

49,69

5,23

6,22

8,76

16,92

18,17

Jambi

33,85

12,87

50,33

49,04

5,62

6,42

8,94

20,85

18,25

South Sumatera

26,73

15,38

41,97

45,01

4,07

4,85

6,16

25,67

19,18

Bengkulu

35,59

15,72

46,76

48,79

3,72

5,45

7,26

21,92

20,98

Lampung

33,22

21,07

51,46

57,27

3,21

3,09

6,62

21,20

29,55

Bangka Belitung Islands

34,46

23,97

51,11

50,18

5,15

9,93

8,45

25,10

34,52

10

DKI Jakarta

39,69

16,27

57,91

55,44

6,81

4,25

4,95

17,36

29,90

11

West Java

37,02

14,74

45,54

49,46

5,27

5,82

5,75

25,27

24,14

12

Central Java

35,48

17,71

51,84

52,34

4,36

4,50

4,92

25,21

29,38

13

DI Yogyakarta

31,24

18,42

50,82

50,43

4,02

5,09

7,08

27,85

37,81

14

East Java

39,08

16,73

49,78

47,69

5,16

4,85

5,92

25,98

30,65

15

Banten

37,34

17,87

49,33

55,72

6,12

5,59

6,63

21,26

20,08

16

Bali

52,89

17,56

44,78

44,01

4,42

6,37

5,51

25,29

30,99

17

West Nusa Tenggara

54,36

23,45

48,37

48,88

7,43

6,58

6,88

26,67

37,57

18

East Nusa Tenggara

57,35

21,19

60,15

58,19

6,63

5,59

6,38

23,35

36,88

19

West Kalimantan

39,69

18,55

49,53

47,78

6,68

6,94

6,95

21,29

25,69

20

Central Kalimantan

41,80

15,14

50,92

51,07

4,87

4,06

7,57

15,93

17,51

21

South Kalimantan

32,95

17,83

41,70

38,04

4,55

5,11

7,70

30,89

27,29

22

East Kalimantan

36,80

16,65

49,03

48,63

5,84

4,11

8,45

16,19

24,13

23

North Sulawesi

43,94

15,11

52,80

50,62

5,30

3,42

8,84

19,50

27,69

24

Central Sulawesi

46,04

18,59

41,82

31,61

5,83

6,92

9,32

29,72

30,72

25

South Sulawesi

36,55

18,65

35,90

33,41

5,24

5,68

7,41

26,75

21,89

26

South East Sulawesi

44,08

12,55

36,05

30,74

4,44

5,29

5,49

27,68

23,22

27

Gorontalo

63,00

25,52

51,25

36,62

8,79

6,31

10,95

14,59

37,64

28

Maluku

46,42

13,36

53,49

41,53

3,09

6,41

10,15

22,12

15,47

29

North Maluku

49,47

23,23

55,93

37,43

7,95

3,70

7,72

24,42

28,40

30

Papua

44,45

11,33

54,45

56,40

6,28

5,18

10,06

25,66

22,51

38,81

16,82

48,97

48,78

5,24

5,18

6,35

24,25

26,51

Indonesia
Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Annex 2.26
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION TREATED AS OUTPATIENT AND TOOK SELF-TREATMENT IN THE PAST ONE-MONTH
BY PROVINCE AND PLACE OF TREATMENT
2004

No.
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics, 2004

% Population Treated as Outpatient


In the Past One-Month

% Population Took Self-Treatment


In the Past One-Month

Urban

Rural

Urban + Rural

Urban

Rural

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

40,02
35,62
46,76
34,42
40,34
25,55
44,48
38,48
41,00
40,11
44,42
42,61
38,40
41,63
28,07
49,63
43,22
49,40
43,18
28,63
25,84
30,83
46,95
37,92
29,98
26,10
47,21
32,02
43,09
52,71
40,36

36,94
26,64
41,95
21,86
25,92
29,31
38,76
26,98
32,66
37,70
41,76
46,63
38,75
29,44
56,16
40,32
48,43
24,66
26,23
23,72
29,77
42,58
35,58
28,41
27,84
30,24
26,73
27,13
44,87
36,59

37,71
30,18
43,05
27,29
29,11
27,76
40,55
29,55
35,95
40,11
40,95
42,12
41,51
39,99
28,62
52,89
41,52
48,58
29,71
27,01
24,54
30,26
43,86
36,10
28,88
27,47
34,61
28,89
30,95
46,49
38,21

69,92
64,14
60,61
79,14
69,81
83,47
66,43
78,59
76,63
70,66
73,48
69,23
66,66
73,12
74,97
59,91
73,61
59,89
70,02
78,66
77,90
74,07
69,67
74,67
74,89
70,44
72,19
73,66
84,10
65,67
71,78

Urban + Rural
(8)

72,49
76,41
72,88
84,68
80,10
76,46
70,10
83,84
79,02
78,12
68,42
62,24
73,46
72,92
54,03
70,27
57,75
74,94
82,68
78,22
73,10
70,99
79,93
69,41
73,01
84,61
69,86
88,73
46,63
72,93

71,85
71,58
70,08
82,29
77,83
79,34
68,96
82,66
78,08
70,66
75,87
68,76
64,98
73,31
74,14
56,98
71,64
58,07
73,60
81,37
78,10
73,55
70,60
78,75
71,06
72,46
81,41
71,41
87,62
50,57
72,44

Annex 2.27
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION TREATED AS OUTPATIENT IN THE PAST ONE-MONTH
BY PROVINCE AND PLACE/METHOD OF TREATMENT
2004

Place/Method of Treatment
No.

Province

Government
Hospital

Private Hospital

General
Practitioner

Health Center/
Sub Health
Center

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(1)

Polyclinic

Health
Personnel

Traditional
Healer

Others

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

9,87

1,18

11,95

62,92

2,86

5,10

2,55

3,56

North Sumatera

6,91

7,63

19,15

27,62

7,55

20,70

3,47

6,98

West Sumatera

8,06

2,31

14,17

39,02

2,65

21,74

5,84

6,22

Riau

6,73

8,11

19,28

46,28

6,97

7,34

2,00

3,30

Jambi

9,59

3,38

15,35

46,65

1,82

9,29

1,97

11,94

South Sumatera

4,72

1,43

18,93

48,77

2,87

11,00

0,82

11,46

Bengkulu

7,59

2,61

17,40

37,86

4,20

19,69

2,26

8,39

Lampung

5,68

1,70

20,89

34,41

3,66

26,45

0,84

6,36

Bangka Belitung Islands

12,49

2,96

17,93

41,01

1,64

14,63

3,64

5,69

10

DKI Jakarta

9,65

10,45

33,93

29,18

9,80

1,69

1,63

3,67

11

West Java

5,31

3,91

28,92

36,44

4,55

15,19

1,53

4,14

12

Central Java

4,63

2,06

28,97

33,55

2,21

24,78

1,33

2,47

13

DI Yogyakarta

7,46

8,15

34,81

24,08

1,96

21,21

0,85

1,49

14

East Java

4,96

2,89

25,10

29,67

3,43

26,77

2,06

5,13

15

Banten

5,87

3,57

25,07

31,49

11,18

16,61

2,37

3,83

16

Bali

7,40

2,21

36,37

27,83

2,29

17,90

3,48

2,53

17

West Nusa Tenggara

3,30

0,26

21,37

49,33

1,01

15,12

1,72

7,88

18

East Nusa Tenggara

4,99

1,71

7,31

63,46

4,21

7,58

0,79

9,95

19

West Kalimantan

6,42

1,86

17,47

44,14

2,38

19,74

1,38

6,61

20

Central Kalimantan

5,49

0,57

14,52

52,63

4,36

18,42

0,71

3,30

21

South Kalimantan

8,94

1,52

14,24

39,56

2,06

24,04

1,42

8,22

22

East Kalimantan

8,34

3,54

21,60

51,14

3,55

6,67

1,00

4,15

23

North Sulawesi

4,08

1,77

35,33

34,89

1,16

21,11

0,22

1,43

24

Central Sulawesi

25

South Sulawesi

26
27

6,19

0,85

16,90

52,44

2,02

14,11

0,42

7,07

12,34

2,36

15,80

49,94

1,14

11,98

0,81

5,63

South East Sulawesi

5,85

0,89

13,91

51,03

1,57

12,73

4,87

9,14

Gorontalo

5,88

1,32

24,46

46,04

1,85

15,75

2,55

2,14

28

Maluku

5,99

5,30

11,97

49,55

6,81

6,15

0,38

13,84

29

North Maluku

9,36

2,50

12,01

52,88

1,93

11,72

0,19

9,40

30

Papua

7,41

3,13

7,70

67,82

8,05

1,78

0,34

3,77

6,01

3,32

24,39

37,26

3,86

18,51

1,78

4,86

Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Annex 2.28
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION TREATED AS OUTPATIENT IN THE PAST ONE-YEAR
BY PROVINCE AND LIVING PLACE, 2004

No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Island
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

Urban

Rural

Urban + Rural

(3)
31,96
23,51
30,04
22,28
18,75
18,84
31,25
34,64
31,53
31,80
26,50
39,70
29,76
35,22
21,56
38,27
40,05
41,91
33,79
22,01
24,86
23,82
22,63
14,90
27,27
22,27
34,83
28,38
31,70
25,96
30,47

(4)
24,82
17,70
37,42
13,09
19,38
10,82
24,15
19,46
29,46
31,74
38,69
35,55
29,36
23,01
40,67
44,44
40,34
18,19
16,45
21,36
20,70
30,99
24,40
17,39
27,23
18,75
20,61
41,45
24,01
28,31

(5)
26,86
20,35
35,09
17,30
19,20
13,68
26,24
22,91
30,35
31,80
28,99
39,11
32,12
31,83
22,19
39,45
42,76
40,61
22,65
18,13
22,72
22,44
27,75
22,38
20,45
26,09
23,23
22,94
38,67
24,50
29,26

Annex 2.29
PERCENTAGE OF CHILDREN AGED 2-4 YEARS WHO HAVE BEEN BREASTFED
BY THE LENGTH OF BREAST FEEDING AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban + Rural
The Length of Breast Feeding (Month)
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

<5

6-11

12-17

18-23

>24

Total

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

0,07

6,09

10,39

26,04

33,95

23,47

100,00

North Sumatera

0,18

7,63

20,97

32,59

20,25

18,39

100,00

West Sumatera

0,15

2,29

6,97

23,03

30,99

36,56

100,00

Riau

0,03

6,93

10,54

25,67

22,13

34,69

100,00

Jambi

0,06

5,46

6,84

18,44

27,19

42,00

100,00

South Sumatera

2,91

9,37

20,24

25,57

41,91

100,00

Bengkulu

1,80

5,66

21,11

33,76

37,67

100,00

Lampung

0,72

3,07

8,35

22,30

27,37

38,19

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

0,80

14,47

13,47

20,90

19,12

31,25

100,00

10

DKI Jakarta

0,15

13,19

14,91

27,71

14,38

29,66

100,00

11

West Java

0,32

4,19

5,09

14,54

24,79

51,07

100,00

12

Central Java

0,21

4,11

5,58

14,64

21,53

53,93

100,00

13

DI Yogyakarta

5,64

4,51

11,00

20,10

58,74

100,00

14

East Java

0,23

7,28

8,00

18,18

23,59

42,72

100,00

15

Banten

0,24

3,97

7,42

26,00

26,81

35,56

100,00

16

Bali

0,04

2,08

5,05

22,35

30,03

40,46

100,00

17

West Nusa Tenggara

2,42

6,95

18,71

24,23

47,69

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

0,11

2,25

9,76

36,89

23,58

27,41

100,00

19

West Kalimantan

0,16

4,62

8,22

19,61

21,95

45,45

100,00

20

Central Kalimantan

2,88

4,16

19,09

26,77

47,10

100,00

21

South Kalimantan

0,11

5,87

4,13

14,77

20,27

54,85

100,00

22

East Kalimantan

0,20

6,76

10,16

21,48

19,49

41,90

100,00

23

North Sulawesi

6,03

15,73

34,03

16,42

27,79

100,00

24

Central Sulawesi

0,08

5,35

11,67

22,34

13,97

46,59

100,00

25

South Sulawesi

0,01

2,66

11,29

35,27

20,70

30,08

100,00

26

South East Sulawesi

0,06

3,51

11,26

21,29

28,53

35,34

100,00

27

Gorontalo

10,45

16,23

32,48

11,84

29,00

100,00

28

Maluku

0,22

3,60

32,63

43,92

8,81

10,81

100,00

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

1,67

8,68

32,42

36,34

20,89

100,00

0,54

3,99

13,66

24,17

17,83

39,80

100,00

0,20

5,09

8,79

21,24

23,31

41,36

100,00

Annex 2.29a
PERCENTAGE OF CHILDREN AGED 2-4 YEARS WHO HAVE BEEN BREASTFED
BY THE LENGTH OF BREAST FEEDING AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban
The Length of Breast Feeding (Month)
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

<5

6-11

12-17

18-23

>24

Total

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

0,26

5,34

8,13

27,20

32,93

26,15

100,00

North Sumatera

0,28

11,02

21,66

29,46

17,46

20,11

100,00

West Sumatera

1,57

7,00

20,20

30,00

41,23

100,00

Riau

8,47

12,79

28,63

15,20

34,90

100,00

Jambi

7,21

11,58

24,75

18,13

38,34

100,00

South Sumatera

4,05

17,23

24,51

20,46

33,76

100,00

Bengkulu

3,18

8,65

22,21

22,38

43,58

100,00

Lampung

0,19

6,40

10,50

28,16

21,40

33,34

100,00

Bangka Belitung Islands

1,23

15,15

16,51

18,22

23,20

25,70

100,00

10

DKI Jakarta

0,15

13,19

14,91

27,71

14,38

29,66

100,00

11

West Java

0,18

5,28

6,09

16,52

25,89

46,03

100,00

12

Central Java

0,22

5,63

6,35

17,04

21,49

49,27

100,00

13

DI Yogyakarta

7,53

5,07

12,05

19,67

55,67

100,00

14

East Java

0,20

10,75

8,29

18,57

22,76

39,42

100,00

15

Banten

0,49

6,05

11,18

28,76

19,97

33,55

100,00

16

Bali

3,01

5,38

23,19

30,33

38,10

100,00

17

West Nusa Tenggara

3,87

6,88

18,84

24,79

45,64

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

6,32

11,19

33,66

19,70

29,13

100,00

19

West Kalimantan

9,84

12,53

24,08

15,84

37,71

100,00

20

Central Kalimantan

5,18

6,32

15,94

21,26

51,29

100,00

21

South Kalimantan

22

East Kalimantan

23

North Sulawesi

9,70

24

Central Sulawesi

9,18

25

South Sulawesi

26

South East Sulawesi

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

29
30

9,29

2,13

16,12

18,96

53,51

100,00

0,39

7,10

10,06

22,37

17,78

42,30

100,00

15,40

25,06

15,81

34,02

100,00

12,23

27,07

7,56

43,96

100,00

3,18

14,29

34,68

14,68

33,17

100,00

0,31

8,30

13,71

18,78

17,75

41,15

100,00

1,74

18,70

30,87

15,78

32,91

100,00

0,62

3,49

39,43

38,89

7,49

10,08

100,00

North Maluku

4,12

11,13

22,32

24,40

38,02

100,00

Papua

5,49

24,83

32,68

14,09

22,91

100,00

0,18

7,35

9,92

21,71

21,37

39,48

100,00

Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

Annex 2.29b
PERCENTAGE OF CHILDREN AGED 2-4 YEARS WHO HAVE BEEN BREASTFED
BY THE LENGTH OF BREAST FEEDING AND PROVINCE, 2004
Rural
The Length of Breast Feeding (Month)
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

<5

6-11

12-17

18-23

>24

Total

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

6,36

11,21

25,62

34,32

22,48

99,99

North Sumatera

0,11

5,44

20,52

34,60

22,04

17,28

99,88

West Sumatera

0,21

2,58

6,96

24,16

31,39

34,69

99,78

Riau

0,05

5,73

8,78

23,34

27,58

34,52

99,95

Jambi

0,08

4,78

5,00

15,99

30,71

43,43

99,91

South Sumatera

2,41

5,91

18,36

27,82

45,50

100,00

Bengkulu

1,24

4,46

20,67

38,33

35,30

100,00

Lampung

0,87

2,09

7,72

20,58

29,13

39,61

99,13

Bangka Belitung Islands

0,56

14,08

11,76

22,41

16,82

34,38

99,45

10

DKI Jakarta

0,00

11

West Java

0,48

3,00

3,99

12,39

23,59

56,55

99,52

12

Central Java

0,20

3,09

5,06

13,02

21,55

57,09

99,81

13

DI Yogyakarta

3,09

3,74

9,59

20,69

62,88

99,99

14

East Java

0,24

4,65

7,78

17,89

24,23

45,22

99,77

15

Banten

100,00

16

Bali

17

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

2
3

2,01

3,87

23,39

33,28

37,45

0,07

1,11

4,70

21,45

29,71

42,97

99,94

West Nusa Tenggara

1,68

6,99

18,64

23,95

48,74

100,00

18

East Nusa Tenggara

0,13

1,57

9,52

37,43

24,23

27,12

99,87

19

West Kalimantan

0,20

3,18

7,02

18,37

23,64

47,59

99,80

20

Central Kalimantan

1,99

3,33

20,30

28,88

45,49

99,99

21

South Kalimantan

0,18

3,93

5,26

14,01

21,02

55,61

99,83

22

East Kalimantan

6,40

10,26

20,52

21,36

41,46

100,00

23

North Sulawesi

3,80

15,93

39,48

16,78

24,01

100,00

24

Central Sulawesi

0,10

4,48

11,54

21,26

15,44

47,18

99,90

25

South Sulawesi

0,02

2,46

10,11

35,50

23,04

28,87

99,98

26

South East Sulawesi

2,32

10,66

21,91

31,21

33,90

100,00

27

Gorontalo

100,00

28

Maluku

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

13,16

15,46

32,97

10,62

27,79

0,10

3,64

30,54

45,48

9,21

11,03

99,90

1,04

8,04

35,03

39,42

16,47

100,00

0,74

3,46

9,73

21,17

19,15

45,75

99,26

0,22

3,52

8,00

20,91

24,67

42,68

100,00

Annex 2.30
NUMBER OF INFANTS BEING EXCLUSIVELY BREASTFED
BY PROVINCE, 2004

No

Province

Number of Infants

(1)

(2)

(3)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatera
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

7.186
245.432
94.945
136.943
26.854
25.382
93.024
175.490
2.958
30.842
56.329
406.889
246.620
21.170
649.455
73.809
48.846
73.542
41.460
22.789
35.304
39.175
41.181
28.187
29.022
30.662
92.182
416
19.822
2.379
6.512
7.968
2.812.775

Number of Infants Being Exclusively Breastfed


Total

(4)

(5)

662
104.561
74.618
76.917
12.235
17.227
77.694
77.415
2.055
20.420
44.739
167.247
90.300
6.475
273.525
12.550
29.567
38.819
21.507
10.821
22.168
23.349
31.239
16.433
23.209
14.795
54.375
208
11.400
1.387
2.715
2.810
1.363.442

9,21
42,60
78,59
56,17
45,56
67,87
83,52
44,11
69,47
66,21
79,42
41,10
36,62
30,59
42,12
17,00
60,53
52,78
51,87
47,48
62,79
59,60
75,86
58,30
79,97
48,25
58,99
50,00
57,51
58,30
41,69
35,27
48,47

Source: Result of data collection and processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator in the health sector from District/Munic. and
Provincial Health Office, Nopember 18, 2005
Remarks : (-) not available

Target 2005 = 40%


Target 2010 = 80%

Annex 2.31
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER BY SMOKING HABIT IN THE PAST 0NE-MONTH,
PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004

No

Province

(1)
1

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

12

Central Java

13

DI Yogyakarta

14

East Java

15

Banten

16

Bali

17

West Nusa Tenggara

18

East Nusa Tenggara

19

West Kalimantan

20

Central Kalimantan

21

South Kalimantan

22

East Kalimantan

23

North Sulawesi

24

Central Sulawesi

25

South Sulawesi

26

South East Sulawesi

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

Everyday
(3)

29,40
27,78
30,77
34,25
30,12
31,10
33,83
32,71
28,64
26,03
32,20
26,32
23,16
27,25
30,27
20,33
29,22
19,52
29,59
29,71
22,82
23,99
31,18
27,91
23,70
27,34
29,38
21,66
28,23
31,04
28,35

Smoking Habit
Sometimes
(4)

6,00
6,45
3,45
3,61
7,30
8,66
4,92
6,73
3,10
5,18
6,71
6,30
5,60
5,23
8,04
3,97
3,40
7,76
7,85
6,58
4,54
5,65
5,96
6,28
5,32
4,19
10,01
10,56
13,67
7,34
6,09

Urban+Rural
Total
Never at All
(5)

64,59
65,77
65,78
62,14
62,58
60,24
61,25
60,56
68,26
68,79
61,09
67,38
71,24
67,52
61,69
75,70
67,38
72,72
62,57
63,71
72,64
70,36
62,86
65,80
70,98
68,47
60,61
67,77
58,10
61,63
65,56

(6)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.31a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER BY SMOKING HABIT IN THE PAST ONE-MONTH,
PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban
Smoking Habit
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo

28
29
30

Maluku
North Maluku
Papua

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi

Indonesia
Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

Everyday

Sometimes

Never at All

(3)

(4)

(5)

28,55
27,72
28,30
31,40
25,00
25,27
24,69
33,27
27,84
26,03
30,21
23,13
21,76
23,52
27,66
21,08
29,24
19,47
26,17
22,01
18,79
21,47
24,24
19,23
21,68
19,53
27,67
21,62
21,46
25,96
25,95

3,95
6,35
4,34
3,20
7,44
6,75
7,19
6,26
4,26
5,18
6,66
5,97
5,41
5,22
8,51
3,97
2,39
5,28
4,10
7,34
5,23
5,33
5,25
3,85
3,64
6,25
6,70
7,21
14,14
4,81
5,77

67,50
65,93
67,36
65,40
67,56
67,97
68,12
60,47
67,90
68,79
63,14
70,90
72,83
71,26
63,83
74,96
68,37
75,25
69,73
70,65
75,99
73,20
70,50
76,92
74,68
74,22
65,63
71,17
64,39
69,23
68,28

Total
(6)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.31b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER BY SMOKING HABIT IN THE PAST ONE-MONTH,
PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Rural
Smoking Habit
Province

No
(1)
1
2
3
4

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali

17
18
19
20
21

West Nusa Tenggara


East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

5
6
7

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

Everyday

Sometimes

Never at All

(3)

(4)

(5)

29,75
27,83
31,91
36,67
32,27
34,32
37,64
32,54
29,24
34,41
28,60
25,19
29,96
33,64
19,57
29,21
19,53
30,96
33,04
25,37
27,15
35,57
30,26
24,60
29,69
30,04
21,68
30,92
32,74
30,26

6,82
6,53
3,04
3,95
7,24
9,72
3,98
6,87
2,23
6,78
6,54
5,88
5,24
7,45
3,96
4,02
8,28
9,34
6,25
4,10
6,05
6,41
6,94
6,07
3,57
11,28
12,01
13,49
8,19
6,34

63,43
65,64
65,05
59,38
60,49
55,96
58,38
60,58
68,53
58,81
64,86
68,93
64,80
58,91
76,47
66,77
72,19
59,70
60,71
70,52
66,80
58,02
62,80
69,32
66,74
58,68
66,31
55,59
59,07
63,40

Total
(6)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
_
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.32
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER, WHO SMOKED IN THE PAST ONE-MONTH
BY AGE GROUP OF FIRST TIME SMOKING, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban+Rural
The Age Group of First Time Smoking
No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

5-9
(3)
0,79
2,25
1,29
1,13
1,25
1,40
0,70
0,74
2,13
1,68
2,11
2,16
1,08
1,51
1,03
0,59
2,52
1,06
1,50
0,87
0,53
3,74
0,61
1,38
2,59
1,67
1,46
0,39
0,62
1,22
1,69

10 - 14

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

13,14
11,78
23,73
8,94
11,00
13,03
18,27
16,94
19,85
14,62
9,90
16,27
15,20
14,14
8,18
5,63
18,16
4,95
9,08
6,76
13,52
7,70
6,80
10,88
10,63
9,89
8,21
4,51
2,09
14,09
12,61

60,48
60,26
58,97
68,64
66,15
65,84
67,89
64,42
60,98
61,73
68,00
60,20
61,11
61,92
70,41
61,20
64,28
54,14
60,96
71,51
67,51
59,94
67,75
60,81
60,62
60,85
65,98
58,24
71,97
60,16
63,57

20,07
20,74
11,82
16,66
17,44
16,55
11,28
12,82
13,11
17,69
16,22
16,46
15,86
17,05
16,56
23,20
11,85
31,44
20,66
15,57
12,76
23,40
20,89
20,11
19,95
20,61
16,44
25,26
21,27
16,58
17,21

> 30
(8)
4,99
2,81
2,31
2,57
3,33
2,16
1,39
2,74
2,13
2,51
2,14
2,92
3,95
3,59
2,78
5,38
2,44
6,30
4,90
3,80
3,01
4,23
2,91
4,31
4,01
3,37
4,98
7,96
3,75
4,97
3,09

Total
(9)

0,52
2,17
1,87
2,06
0,83
1,01
0,48
2,34
1,81
1,77
1,63
1,99
2,80
1,79
1,05
3,99
0,76
2,11
2,90
1,50
2,67
1,00
1,03
2,53
2,20
3,61
2,93
3,65
0,31
2,97
1,83

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.32a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER, WHO SMOKED IN THE PAST ONE-MONTH
BY AGE GROUP OF FIRST TIME SMOKING, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004

Urban
The Age Group of First Time Smoking

No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

5-9

10 - 14

(3)

15 - 19

(4)

1,47
2,23
1,89
2,48
1,29
0,80
0,88
3,22
1,68
2,08
1,92
0,84
1,26
0,85
0,30
1,30
2,15
0,56
0,52
5,45
1,16
1,72
2,67
4,70
1,43
2,53
1,65

20 - 24

(5)

13,73
7,89
29,25
9,39
12,40
6,47
12,80
20,35
12,90
14,62
9,95
11,42
14,45
11,44
5,76
4,20
19,48
12,90
13,41
7,58
10,31
2,97
8,14
8,62
7,56
8,23
7,05
10,00
5,80
10,90

25 - 29

(6)

67,16
59,72
54,72
66,97
57,03
68,97
68,80
57,96
58,87
61,73
65,75
62,19
65,72
61,44
69,94
63,36
63,31
46,23
64,24
66,66
70,62
55,94
63,95
68,96
61,33
58,83
67,06
58,56
62,03
66,67
63,40

(7)

13,73
24,09
10,85
19,70
20,66
20,69
16,00
15,04
20,97
17,69
17,70
20,18
13,78
19,76
18,76
21,92
11,36
26,88
16,20
20,46
13,40
29,70
20,35
13,79
20,44
28,23
9,41
24,29
31,65
23,19
18,98

Total

> 30
(8)

3,92
2,63
1,42
1,82
7,44
2,16
1,60
3,98
3,23
2,51
2,69
2,92
2,69
4,01
4,05
5,41
3,25
7,53
3,35
4,55
3,61
4,95
4,65
3,45
6,22
2,35
7,06
2,86
2,53
2,90
3,25

(9)

0,00
3,44
1,89
2,12
0,00
0,43
1,77
0,81
1,77
1,83
1,37
2,52
2,08
0,64
4,80
1,30
4,30
2,23
0,76
1,55
0,99
1,74
3,45
1,78
2,35
4,71
2,86
1,27
1,45
1,82

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.32b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER, WHO SMOKED IN THE PAST ONE-MONTH
BY AGE GROUP OF FIRST TIME SMOKING, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004

Rural
The Age Group of First Time Smoking

No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

5-9

10 - 14

(3)

15 - 19

(4)

0,54
2,27
1,04
2,01
0,83
1,44
0,66
0,70
1,29
2,14
2,30
1,41
1,66
1,23
0,89
3,25
0,84
1,80
1,18
0,54
2,00
0,34
1,31
2,56
2,13
0,39
1,52
1,72

20 - 24

(5)

12,92
15,18
21,37
8,60
10,53
15,86
20,33
15,92
25,16
9,84
19,19
16,20
15,86
11,11
7,14
17,35
3,34
7,69
6,47
15,14
12,50
6,14
11,29
11,88
10,33
8,59
2,46
2,76
16,16
13,83

25 - 29

(6)

57,99
60,73
60,79
69,91
69,25
64,50
67,54
66,34
62,58
70,33
59,01
54,93
62,22
70,99
58,93
64,86
55,74
59,90
73,24
65,95
64,00
69,62
59,32
60,33
61,40
65,63
58,12
75,17
58,54
63,71

(7)

22,44
17,80
12,24
14,33
16,34
14,78
9,51
12,15
7,10
14,69
14,22
18,66
15,33
13,89
24,55
12,15
32,36
22,10
13,82
12,43
17,00
21,16
21,26
19,74
18,54
18,75
25,62
17,93
14,94
15,93

Total

> 30
(8)

5,39
2,97
2,70
3,15
1,94
2,16
1,31
2,37
1,29
1,57
2,92
5,63
3,32
1,23
5,36
1,95
6,05
5,40
3,53
2,70
3,50
2,05
4,46
3,11
3,65
4,30
9,85
4,14
5,49
2,97

(9)

0,72
1,05
1,87
2,01
1,11
1,26
0,66
2,51
2,58
1,43
2,36
3,17
1,61
1,54
3,13
0,43
1,67
3,11
1,76
3,24
1,00
0,68
2,36
2,38
3,95
2,34
3,94
3,35
1,84

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.33
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER WHO SMOKED EVERYDAY IN THE FIRST TIME
BY AGE GROUP, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban + Rural

The Age Group Smoking Everyday in the First Time


No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

5-9

10 - 14

(3)

(4)

0,42
0,45
0,11
0,14
0,17
0,16
0,15
0,36
0,43
0,08

3,96
4,11
8,87
2,04
3,17
3,86
7,36
2,96
7,91
6,08
2,59
4,46
5,81
6,37
1,76
2,30
5,98
2,30
4,61
2,38
4,73
3,98
1,86
3,43
5,15
4,74
3,40
0,58
4,28
4,23

15 - 19

20 - 24

25 - 29

> 30

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

42,47
47,30
51,74
47,25
55,64
52,27
53,62
53,11
57,44
45,75
54,96
49,26
48,02
48,28
53,55
46,11
57,92
37,23
45,32
57,74
47,16
42,74
51,41
47,83
44,69
39,92
44,25
32,69
51,90
40,10
49,92

37,43
34,62
30,67
41,11
32,54
31,83
32,31
32,87
25,53
34,60
31,86
32,78
28,98
30,2
34,49
31,52
29,32
41,52
37,07
31,66
34,57
36,97
35,67
34,43
35,46
37,93
35,76
44,37
37,15
41,71
33,08

13,06
10,08
5,45
6,29
7,50
8,86
4,64
6,52
6,48
9,25
7,03
9,13
11,22
10,48
7,32
13,20
4,48
14,64
7,52
6,45
10,34
12,33
8,46
8,75
9,55
11,4
11,06
15,28
9,62
10,23
8,77

Total
(9)

3,08
3,88
3,27
3,31
1,15
3,18
2,07
4,13
2,19
4,31
3,55
4,25
5,83
4,51
2,72
6,88
2,15
4,32
5,49
1,77
3,20
3,63
2,60
5,57
5,15
6,01
5,10
7,08
1,32
3,68
3,92

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.33a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER WHO SMOKED EVERYDAY IN THE FIRST TIME
BY AGE GROUP, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban

The Age Group Smoking Everyday in the First Time


No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

5-9

10 - 14

(3)

15 - 19

(4)

1,18
0,26
0,21
0,31
0,39
0,08

20 - 24

(5)

5,03
2,29
12,27
1,13
2,38
1,24
2,53
4,71
5,10
6,08
2,82
2,37
5,18
3,74
1,55
0,84
6,23
3,39
5,97
1,24
1,50
2,19
4,17
2,50
5,16
4,00
4,84
3,38

25 - 29

(6)

49,68
40,69
49,69
44,15
60,71
37,89
46,83
48,24
44,90
45,75
50,46
44,80
53,11
44,72
53,73
49,37
58,76
33,9
48,5
53,09
47,37
37,23
54,17
54,99
33,55
46,00
43,54
39,58
31,81
38,89
46,87

(7)

31,45
39,26
31,29
43,02
26,19
42,86
45,58
35,88
37,76
34,60
33,89
36,23
29,01
33,94
33,85
29,29
24,51
37,29
33,58
37,03
34,59
40,88
30,83
32,50
41,93
32,00
29,03
43,75
52,28
48,15
35,13

Total

> 30
(8)

12,58
12,61
4,29
7,55
9,52
13,66
5,07
7,06
10,2
9,25
8,45
11,99
8,03
12,49
7,14
12,13
6,61
18,64
5,22
7,41
12,78
15,33
9,17
7,50
14,19
12,00
14,52
10,42
13,64
11,11
30,17

(9)

1,26
5,16
2,45
4,15
1,19
4,35
2,94
2,04
4,31
4,39
4,61
4,40
4,91
3,42
8,37
3,50
6,78
6,72
1,24
3,76
4,38
1,67
2,50
5,16
6,00
8,07
6,25
2,27
1,85
4,37

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.33b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER WHO SMOKED EVERYDAY IN THE FIRST TIME
BY AGE GROUP, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Rural

The Age Group Smoking Everyday in the First Time


No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

5-9

10 - 14

(3)

15 - 19

(4)

0,19
0,76
0,17
0,14
0,72
0,58
0,07

20 - 24

(5)

3,54
5,63
7,48
2,69
3,42
4,93
8,68
2,43
9,92
2,37
5,67
6,60
7,88
1,98
3,92
5,82
2,07
4,15
2,70
6,25
5,76
0,86
3,58
5,14
4,89
2,89
0,83
5,42
4,82

25 - 29

(6)

39,72
52,82
52,58
49,50
53,99
58,13
55,47
54,58
66,41
59,34
51,85
41,63
50,31
53,36
42,48
57,41
37,93
44,24
59,08
47,06
48,20
50,22
46,60
49,10
38,72
44,51
29,75
57,45
40,42
51,99

(7)

39,72
30,75
30,41
39,73
34,60
27,34
28,68
31,96
16,79
_
29,9
30,78
28,93
28,06
35,18
33,98
32,28
42,41
38,25
30,11
34,56
33,09
37,77
34,77
32,90
39,10
38,15
44,63
32,98
40,00
31,68

Total

> 30
(8)

13,24
7,98
5,93
5,39
6,85
6,90
4,53
6,36
3,82
_
5,65
7,48
15,23
9,33
7,51
14,38
3,17
13,79
8,30
6,18
9,19
9,35
8,15
8,96
7,71
11,28
9,83
17,36
8,51
10,00
7,82

(9)

3,78
2,82
3,61
2,69
1,14
2,71
2,64
4,49
2,29
_
2,73
4,04
7,61
4,28
1,98
5,23
1,32
3,79
5,07
1,93
2,94
2,88
3,00
6,09
5,14
6,02
4,05
7,44
1,06
4,17
3,62

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
_
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.34
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER WHO HAD SMOKING HABIT
BY NUMBER OF CIGARETTES SMOKED PER DAY, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban + Rural
Number of Cigarettes Smoked per Day
No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

<4

5-9

(3)

(4)

5,66
4,26
5,78
6,05
4,33
10,78
2,00
12,49
4,33
11,15
14,39
14,52
19,39
12,07
10,04
18,85
10,79
22,82
4,21
13,29
3,96
2,54
8,82
10,21
6,98
7,61
15,74
21,97
13,83
6,10
11,37

15 - 19

10 - 14
(5)

20,62
11,11
15,76
9,91
19,89
22,90
13,04
25,17
14,35
23,57
29,16
34,29
31,34
27,88
20,07
30,11
27,45
30,06
11,99
18,35
11,10
12,69
19,44
24,16
21,87
20,00
25,10
21,39
34,84
28,75
25,17

20 - 24

(6)

41,54
46,59
50,51
43,31
44,06
53,95
69,84
52,04
46,88
56,40
47,83
43,23
39,57
49,73
62,38
37,92
39,17
32,80
53,79
50,68
57,59
53,24
46,26
29,97
40,08
42,03
36,19
36,57
35,87
41,83
47,75

(7)

11,86
14,57
12,88
22,39
22,51
6,37
9,66
6,93
19,60
3,17
3,35
4,65
5,41
4,39
3,81
7,29
8,34
8,30
18,64
12,05
15,00
25,37
19,73
28,62
23,71
19,95
14,46
10,50
8,64
7,42
8,12

Total

> 25
(8)

15,82
20,38
12,16
15,16
6,33
3,69
4,37
2,54
10,50
4,44
3,87
2,83
3,35
4,73
3,01
5,52
7,05
3,72
9,27
5,05
10,13
5,44
4,65
3,12
4,05
7,27
5,53
8,38
4,17
6,55
5,82

(9)

4,50
3,09
2,90
3,18
2,89
2,29
1,09
0,84
4,33
1,27
1,40
0,47
0,95
1,20
0,70
0,31
7,21
2,30
2,10
0,58
2,21
0,72
1,10
3,91
3,31
3,14
2,98
1,20
2,65
9,34
1,77

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.34a
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER WHO HAD SMOKING HABIT
BY NUMBER OF CIGARETTES SMOKED PER DAY, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban
Number of Cigarettes Smoked per Day
No

Province

(1)

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

12

Central Java

13

DI Yogyakarta

14

East Java

15

Banten

16

Bali

17

West Nusa Tenggara

18

East Nusa Tenggara

19

West Kalimantan

20

Central Kalimantan

21

South Kalimantan

22

East Kalimantan

23

North Sulawesi

24

Central Sulawesi

25

South Sulawesi

26

South East Sulawesi

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

<4

5-9

(3)

10 - 14

(4)

4,40
4,30
9,20
12,08
5,95
13,66
3,80
11,76
6,13
11,15
14,00
13,17
18,65
13,13
8,70
17,57
12,84
8,47
3,73
25,92
3,01
4,38
13,33
17,5
9,03
10,00
19,36
25,00
2,27
5,55
11,84

15 - 19

(5)

20,76
13,18
19,02
10,57
20,24
19,88
15,19
20,59
17,35
23,57
25,68
29,51
30,83
27,21
15,53
27,20
30,35
25,43
12,69
12,35
12,03
14,60
26,67
12,50
22,58
28,00
25,80
25,00
45,45
24,07
23,57

20 - 24

(6)

32,71
47,28
43,56
38,49
34,52
52,17
65,82
53,53
38,78
56,40
52,86
47,96
41,97
49,31
64,91
45,60
36,19
52,54
50,00
45,68
52,63
45,99
29,17
12,50
38,06
34,00
25,81
31,25
38,65
51,85
49,71

(7)

13,84
13,75
13,50
20,75
32,14
9,32
6,33
8,82
22,45
3,17
3,23
5,27
2,85
2,88
5,90
5,02
8,56
6,78
25,37
12,34
19,55
27,74
26,66
45,00
25,16
22,00
20,97
4,16
9,09
5,56
7,46

Total

> 25
(8)

17,61
19,20
11,65
14,72
2,38
2,48
3,80
3,53
9,18
4,44
3,07
3,56
4,40
5,87
4,35
4,60
3,89
3,39
6,72
2,47
9,77
7,30
2,50
2,50
1,29
6,00
3,22
12,50
9,26
5,64

(9)

10,69
2,29
3,07
3,40
4,76
2,48
5,06
1,76
6,12
1,27
1,16
0,53
1,29
1,60
0,62
8,17
3,39
1,49
1,23
3,01
1,67
10,00
3,87
4,84
2,08
4,54
3,70
1,78

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.34b
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER WHO HAD SMOKING HABIT
BY NUMBER OF CIGARETTES SMOKED PER DAY, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004
Rural
Number of Cigarettes Smoked per Day
No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

<4

5-9

(3)

(4)

6,15
4,23
4,38
1,68
3,80
9,61
1,51
12,71
3,05
14,77
15,31
20,30
11,47
11,46
20,26
9,52
25,86
4,38
9,66
4,41
0,72
6,87
8,96
6,17
7,14
14,45
20,66
17,02
6,25
11,05

15 - 19

10 - 14
(5)

20,57
9,39
14,43
9,43
19,77
24,14
12,45
26,54
12,21
32,54
37,06
31,98
28,27
24,90
33,33
25,66
31,04
11,75
20,08
10,66
10,79
16,31
26,16
21,59
18,42
24,85
19,84
31,91
30,00
26,27

20 - 24

(6)

44,92
46,01
53,35
46,80
47,15
54,68
70,94
51,59
52,67
42,94
40,50
36,55
49,97
59,68
29,41
41,01
28,62
55,07
52,12
59,93
60,43
53,65
32,98
40,87
43,61
39,89
38,84
35,11
39,17
46,4

(7)

11,11
15,26
12,63
23,57
19,39
5,17
10,56
6,35
17,56
3,46
4,30
8,63
5,25
1,58
9,80
8,20
8,62
16,36
11,97
12,87
23,02
16,74
25,81
23,14
19,55
12,14
13,22
8,51
7,92
8,57

Total

> 25
(8)

15,13
21,36
12,37
15,49
7,60
4,19
4,53
2,24
11,45
4,65
2,41
2,03
4,08
1,58
6,54
8,99
3,79
10,14
5,79
10,29
3,60
5,58
3,23
5,14
7,52
6,36
6,61
5,32
5,83
5,94

(9)

2,13
3,76
2,83
3,03
2,28
2,22
0,56
3,05
1,64
0,43
0,51
0,97
0,79
0,65
6,61
2,07
2,30
0,39
1,84
1,44
0,86
2,87
3,08
3,76
2,31
0,83
2,13
10,84
1,77

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 2.35
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER WHO TOOK PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES IN THE PAST ONE-WEEK
BY ACTIVITY TYPES, PLACE AND PROVINCE, 2004

No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province

Heavy
Activity

Urban
Normal
Activity

Slight
Activity

Heavy
Activity

Rural
Normal
Activity

Slight
Activity

Heavy
Activity

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistics 2004

31,06
26,29
29,34
28,91
23,81
21,51
29,06
28,38
24,44
23,72
28,48
28,15
24,80
23,72
27,32
28,04
28,90
28,72
21,29
25,27
24,86
32,13
36,36
22,60
19,72
25,39
17,86
17,11
22,92
31,25
26,39

71,99
69,10
72,40
67,30
68,16
77,71
84,69
80,82
67,90
77,99
74,30
80,20
83,20
80,30
69,07
82,80
78,27
65,35
79,10
75,00
81,07
77,43
75,76
79,81
79,30
86,72
76,79
72,07
80,98
72,12
76,67

66,79
56,71
52,60
60,43
52,38
62,17
66,87
72,41
54,55
67,80
63,81
58,96
59,98
58,38
64,09
63,05
55,29
64,69
57,03
77,71
64,69
62,69
62,62
55,77
62,38
78,52
69,19
72,52
66,33
73,08
61,84

49,79
51,73
37,01
47,53
55,70
48,94
55,54
49,03
54,69
39,59
43,61
48,21
37,90
40,56
42,97
36,40
47,41
51,21
49,87
37,87
45,90
47,48
45,99
42,31
46,65
48,26
36,73
50,99
67,94
43,69

78,55
72,04
72,20
74,20
75,09
77,94
70,45
78,77
82,81
76,66
82,96
86,83
81,26
72,87
86,70
77,98
65,73
75,54
76,66
78,82
68,95
78,78
80,15
72,49
85,16
74,65
81,72
88,16
70,94
78,05

75,60
69,95
68,01
74,20
72,15
76,16
69,74
75,24
66,52
68,63
69,63
71,36
68,96
59,44
65,09
69,40
73,27
75,18
76,79
66,70
70,12
57,25
75,92
72,23
81,47
75,86
82,08
79,93
82,40
70,50

Urban + Rural
Normal
Slight
Activity
Activity

44,45
40,14
34,59
39,00
46,29
39,17
47,75
44,34
41,71
23,72
33,75
37,16
34,34
31,92
33,09
35,40
33,54
44,14
42,66
42,45
32,82
38,24
43,17
41,01
35,32
41,75
39,79
30,84
43,00
58,72
36,02

(10)

76,68
70,70
72,26
71,04
73,05
77,86
74,64
79,24
76,42
77,99
75,42
81,80
84,68
80,85
70,73
84,72
78,09
65,66
76,56
76,16
79,70
73,67
77,61
80,09
74,60
85,52
75,24
78,82
86,12
71,24
77,44

(11)

73,09
63,92
63,15
67,89
66,32
71,18
68,90
74,60
61,39
67,80
66,10
65,18
64,62
64,50
62,06
64,06
64,03
71,76
69,99
77,07
65,92
65,99
59,33
71,64
69,18
80,79
74,01
79,21
76,06
80,06
66,67

Annex 2.36
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER BY VEGETABLE CONSUMPTION PER DAY,
NUMBER OF AVERAGE PORTIONS PER DAY AND PROVINCE, 2004

The Average Portions of Vegetable Consumption per Day


No
(1)
1

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

12

Central Java

13

DI Yogyakarta

14

East Java

15

Banten

16

Bali

17

West Nusa Tenggara

18

East Nusa Tenggara

19

West Kalimantan

20

Central Kalimantan

21

South Kalimantan

22

East Kalimantan

23

North Sulawesi

24

Central Sulawesi

25

South Sulawesi

26

South East Sulawesi

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

< 1 Portion

1- 2 Portions

3 - 4 Portions

>5 Portions

Unclear

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

4,64
17,59
7,80
11,69
2,21
7,57
1,35
4,28
2,57
7,75
5,80
15,92
3,98
4,90
6,67
2,33
3,31
1,31
0,93
3,89
6,85
13,99
7,88
1,60
3,69
4,27
5,12
1,39
2,26
2,32
7,65

71,40
65,35
76,91
71,19
71,68
70,86
64,65
72,10
67,80
75,38
77,56
64,58
71,04
71,48
76,70
77,91
79,14
70,07
73,83
70,74
81,78
64,72
56,73
70,55
75,13
74,70
73,97
82,38
83,59
63,51
71,91

13,92
13,27
9,82
12,18
15,87
13,06
29,39
16,20
18,39
12,56
11,70
15,61
22,21
19,03
10,24
17,33
14,81
14,78
15,58
17,47
8,54
17,53
21,94
17,42
14,83
13,29
13,21
11,08
9,36
25,58
15,03

8,88
3,80
5,47
3,83
10,23
8,28
4,61
7,18
9,91
4,24
4,90
3,89
2,77
4,29
6,38
2,44
2,74
13,18
8,24
4,55
2,77
3,76
13,44
10,34
6,27
7,73
7,70
5,15
4,78
6,99
5,19

The Average
Portion per Day
(8)

1,17
1,11
0,23
0,24
1,33
0,07
0,04
0,30
-

0,66
1,42
3,35
0,06
0,09
0,09
1,61
0,22

2,2
1,8
1,8
1,9
2,3
2,1
2,3
2,2
2,4
1,9
1,8
1,9
2,0
2,1
1,9
2,0
1,9
2,6
2,4
2,4
1,6
1,8
2,4
2,3
2,1
2,3
2,0
2,1
2,0
2,5
2,0

Annex 2.37
PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION AGED 15 YEARS AND OVER
BY FRUITS CONSUMPTION PER DAY, NUMBER OF AVERAGE PORTIONS PER DAY AND PROVINCE, 2004

The Average Portions of Fruits Consumption per Day


No
(1)
1

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

12

Central Java

13

DI Yogyakarta

14

East Java

15

Banten

16

Bali

17

West Nusa Tenggara

18

East Nusa Tenggara

19

West Kalimantan

20

Central Kalimantan

21

South Kalimantan

22

East Kalimantan

23

North Sulawesi

24

Central Sulawesi

25

South Sulawesi

26

South East Sulawesi

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

29

North Maluku

30

Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Health Statistic 2004

< 1 Portion

1- 2 Portions

3 - 4 Portions

>5 Portions

Unclear

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

3,70
16,15
5,36
12,42
1,69
5,03
2,15
6,72
2,42
8,36
8,72
17,71
4,91
9,94
3,92
3,53
5,26
2,27
2,76
6,44
8,63
14,17
7,76
2,05
3,77
5,86
3,18
4,22
4,37
4,52
9,44

44,49
45,53
60,52
46,23
49,02
44,80
50,12
54,58
43,88
52,69
57,90
47,30
57,37
49,31
59,57
61,66
54,29
56,53
48,99
43,86
60,01
46,30
49,79
37,35
44,23
40,08
59,11
58,67
46,25
38,83
51,19

45,85
35,71
32,90
38,61
46,74
46,86
46,76
34,75
47,72
36,08
30,18
32,96
36,62
38,88
33,49
34,21
37,73
37,35
43,83
46,73
30,39
37,09
36,18
51,27
47,62
50,14
32,22
35,84
45,31
48,06
36,50

4,07
2,60
1,21
1,75
2,55
3,10
0,97
3,68
4,83
2,80
3,15
2,03
1,11
1,74
3,02
0,60
2,72
3,22
2,88
1,91
0,90
2,43
6,27
9,21
4,22
3,93
5,48
1,00
4,08
6,42
2,68

The Average
Portion per Day
(8)

1,89
1,00
0,22
0,26
1,16
0,07
0,05
0,13
-

0,63
1,54
1,06
0,07
0,11
0,17
0,27
2,17
0,19

2,0
1,5
1,5
1,7
1,7
1,8
1,7
1,7
2,1
1,6
1,5
1,5
1,5
1,6
1,6
1,5
1,7
1,7
1,9
1,8
1,4
1,5
1,8
2,3
1,9
1,9
1,7
1,5
1,9
2,3
1,6

Annex 3.1
INFANT MORTALITY RATE, UNDERFIVE MORTALITY RATE, LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH AND TOTAL FERTILITY RATE BY PROVINCE
2004

Province

Infant Mortality Rate


Cases
(2002-2003)

Underfive Mortality Rate

No.
(1)

(2)

(3)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

42
48
43
41
30
53
55
43
35
44
36
20
43
38
14
74
59
47
40
45
42
25
52
47
67
77
35

Sumber: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Statistic (2003), Indonesia Demographic and Health (IDHS), 2002 - 2003
Remarks: (-) not available

(2002-2003)

Life Expectancy
at Birth (eo)
(2002)

Total Fertility Rate


(TFR)
(2003)

(4)

(5)

(6)

57
59
60
51
49
68
64
47
41
50
44
23
52
56
19
103
73
63
47
57
50
33
71
72
92
97
46

67,70
67,30
66,10
68,10
66,90
65,70
65,40
66,10
65,60
72,30
64,50
68,90
72,40
66,00
62,40
70,00
59,30
63,80
64,40
69,40
61,30
69,40
70,90
63,30
68,60
65,10
64,20
65,50
63,00
65,20
66,20

_
3,0
3,2
3,2
2,7
2,3
3,0
2,7
2,4
2,2
2,8
2,1
1,9
2,1
2,6
2,1
2,4
4,1
2,9
3,2
3,0
2,8
2,6
3,2
2,6
3,6
2,8
2,6

Annex 3.2
TEN MAIN DISEASES OF HOSPITAL OUTPATIENTS IN 2004
2004

No.

BTL

Death

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

001 - 057,9

Acute Upper Respiratory Infection

18,7

058.0 - 096,9

Factors that influence health condition & health services

19,1

097 - 100

Disease of Infection & certain Parasite

11,6

101 - 111

Disease of Gastrointestinal System

12,1

112 - 119.9

Disease of Blood Circulation System

10,1

120 - 129

Symptom/Indication & Laboratorium Founding, Abnormal Clinic

7,1

130 - 139.10

Other Specified Injuries, Unspecified and Multiply Body

6,1

140 - 142.9

Eyes and Adnexa Disease

5,0

143 - 164.9

Disease of Endocrine, Nutrition & Metabolic

5,6

10

165.0 - 179.9

Disease of the Skin and Subcutaneous tissue

5,0

Source: Directorate General of Medical Care, MoH RI, 2004


Remarks: BTL = Basic Tabulation List

Annex 3.3
TEN MAIN DISEASES OF HOSPITAL INPATIENTS IN 2004
2004

No.

BTL

Death

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

001 - 057.9

Disease of Infection & certain Parasite

21,2

234 - 244

Disease of Pregnancy and other delivery disease

13,0

180 - 197

Disease of Gastrointestinal System

8,4

290.0 - 298

Factors that influence health condition & health services

7,2

143 - 164.9

Disease of Blood Circulation System

7,5

165.0 - 179.9

Acute Upper Respiratory Infection

7,8

271 - 289

Other Specified Injuries, Unspecified and Multiply Body

7,3

299.0 - 306.9

Other factors out of Morbidity and Mortality

3,7

267 - 270.9

Symptom/Indication & Laboratorium Founding, Abnormal Clinic

5,1

10

211 - 233

Disease of Urinal System

4,3

Source: Directorate General of Medical Care, MoH RI, 2004


Remarks: BTL = Basic Tabulation List

Annex 3.4
NUMBER OF CASE AND INCIDENCE RATE OF MALARIA BY PROVINCE
2004
No.

Province

Number of Cases

API/AMI

(2)

(3)

(4)

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI
Remarks: API = Annual Parasite Incidence (in Java + Bali)
AMI = Annual Malaria Incidence (outside Java + Bali)

8.990
48.341
4.971
20.183
60.127
56.762
119.068
275.654
17.335
8.105
327.706
23.206
118.195
2.836

2,17
5,43
1,1
3,68
24,4
8,04
56,91
38,52
18,68
1,11
0,15
0,13
0,28
0,01

83.310
626.278
3.915
22.090
8.598
19.428
31.827
58.770
18.315
38.480
12.633
62.856
65.379
188.209
2.331.567

20,51
172,77
0,99
12,16
2,78
8,83
14,93
27,28
2,40
21,11
14,85
46,43
72,44
73,69
21,35

Annex 3.5
ANNUAL PARASITE INCIDENCE (API) OF MALARIA IN JAVA-BALI ISLANDS
1997 - 2004
Annual Parasite Incidence (API) Per 1.000
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(9)

DKI Jakarta

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,07

0,01

NA

NA

NA

West Java

0,04

0,07

0,04

0,03

0,02

NA

NA

0,16

Central Java

0,32

0,65

1,06

1,74

1,46

NA

NA

0,51

DI Yogyakarta

0,52

3,54

6,76

11,73

10,43

NA

NA

0,97

East Java

0,04

0,03

0,05

0,17

0,12

NA

NA

0,08

Banten

NA

NA

NA

Bali

0,03

0,03

0,04

0,04

0,08

NA

NA

0,03

0,12

0,30

0,52

0,81

0,62

0,47

0,22

0,15

Java - Bali

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI
Remarks: NA = not available

Annex 3.6

CASE DETECTION AND PULMONARY TB TREATMENT EVALUATION


IN 2004
No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)

Invention Coverage

Total
Population

Death

Total
Cases

(3)

(4)

(5)

Conversion

BTA (+)

CDR
%

Abs

(6)

(7)

(8)

%
(9)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bangka Belitung Islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
Banten
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua

4.229.100
12.443.600
4.477.000
5.369.300
2.570.000
7.363.400
1.038.200
1.665.800
7.131.500
8.574.300
8.792.000
37.529.200
32.675.100
3.167.900
35.586.800
4.283.000
1.992.400
3.134.000
2.620.000
2.088.900
880.500
2.303.700
8.515.500
1.960.900
3.280.600
4.249.100
4.059.900
1.240.400
784.200
2.408.200

4.863
14.310
5.149
6.175
2.956
8.468
1.194
1.916
8.201
9.860
10.111
43.159
37.576
3.643
40.925
4.925
2.291
3.604
3.013
2.402
1.013
2.649
9.793
2.255
3.773
4.886
4.669
1.426
902
2.769

2.810
13.891
4.590
4.364
2.257
6.607
1.121
1.502
4.946
9.855
14.974
40.435
29.745
2.353
27.225
3.969
1.744
4.566
1.990
3.859
1.334
2.740
9.467
2.092
2.077
4.445
3.516
1.198
728
4.258

1.971
11.453
3.129
2.495
1.673
4.371
729
1.112
3.100
5.354
6.479
21.661
14.373
1.300
16.460
3.052
1.408
2.537
1.249
3.056
1.088
1.751
8.507
1.562
1.080
2.921
1.971
657
538
1.944

40,5
80,0
60,8
40,4
56,6
51,6
61,1
58,0
37,8
54,3
64,1
50,2
38,3
35,7
40,2
62,0
61,5
70,4
41,5
127,2
107,4
66,1
86,9
69,3
28,6
59,8
42,2
46,1
59,7
70,2

1.000
7.952
2.050
1.964
1.444
3.617
666
729
1.790
2.992
14.807
3.196
11.652
793
12.817
2.612
948
2.204
1.012
2.127
731
1.087
8.054
1.434
996
2.579
1.499
393
208
1.184

50,7
69,4
65,5
78,7
86,3
82,7
91,4
65,6
57,7
55,9
228,5
14,8
81,1
61,0
77,9
85,6
67,3
86,9
81,0
69,6
67,2
62,1
94,7
91,8
92,2
88,3
76,1
59,8
38,7
60,9

Indonesia

216.414.500

248.877

214.658

128.981

51,8

94.537

73,3

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

Annex 3.7
CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF AIDS, DEATHS AND CUMULATIVE NUMBER OF CASES
PER 100,000 POPULATION BY PROVINCE IN 2004
No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Province

Total
Cases

Death

(2)

(3)

(4)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Unknown
Total

Case
Rate
(5)

1
75
2
37
9
25
5
6
18
48
1.272
107
40
18
220
6
128
16
20
79
3
5
54
2
14
33
1
399
39

1
25
1
43
4
12
1
2
2
0
278
28
27
7
69
1
33
7
4
17
2
3
27
1
12
24
1
107
1

15,28
0,30
0,13
0,58
0,63
0,05
4,07
0,42
0,53
2,12
0,10
0,20
2,74
0,10
0,17
2,87
0,15
24,06
-

2.682

740

1,33

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

0,06
0,65
0,05
0,78
0,37
0,36
0,32
0,09
2,11

Annex 3.8
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF AIDS CASES FROM IDU
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Province

Cumulative
Number
of Cases

Death
by
IDU

(2)

(3)

(4)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Unknown
Total

1
75
2
37
9
25
5
6
18
48
1.272
107
40
18
220
6
128
16
20
79
3
5
54
2
14
33
1
399
39
2.682

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

%
(5)

0
34
1
5
3
10
4
5
2
0
846
66
6
7
83
3
50
9
3
18
2
3
7
1
0
13
0
2
0
1.183

0,00
45,33
50,00
13,51
33,33
40,00
80,00
83,33
11,11
0,00
66,51
61,68
15,00
38,89
37,73
50,00
39,06
56,25
15,00
22,78
66,67
60,00
12,96
50,00
0,00
39,39
0,00
0,50
0,00
44,11

Annex 3.9
LEPROSY SITUATION BY PROVINCE IN 2004

No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

PB

Number of Cases Recorded


MB

TOTAL

Prevalence
/10.000 Population

(4)

(5)

(6)

(3)

140
22
15
51
12
9
5
25
2

489
169
116
165
70
124
22
92
22

55
273
200
8
626
53
13
49
73
47
9
26
35
114
35
185
12
16
65
198
401

477
1.959
1.771
13
5.435
347
147
204
407
174
90
337
200
529
227
1.387
182
207
373
571
713

2.774

17.019

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

**** No report yet


*** Report up to first quarter
@ still join with Province of Papua

** Report up to second quarter


* Report up to third quarter

629
191
131
216
82
133
27
117
24
532
2.232
1.971
21
6.061
400
160
253
480
221
99
363
235
643
262
1.572
194
223
438
769
1.114
19.793

1,51 *
0,16
0,29
0,40
0,32
0,20
0,16
0,17
0,24
0,69 **
0,59
0,62
0,06
1,67
0,46
0,49
0,63
1,17
0,54
0,54
1,07 **
0,86
3,02
1,17
2,02
1,21
2,57
3,47
9,51
4,62
@
0,93

Annex 3.10
NUMBER OF MEASLES CASES BY PROVINCE
2004
Immunization

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
2
0
6
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
13
1
0
0
0
3
47

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Death

Total

(21)

0
247
248
304
6
163
0
0
0
0
364
0
6
0
4
0
38
3
34
127
93
30
54
44
10
0
1
99
0
0
4
1.879

Unknown

(20)

0
0
4
0
21
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
13
0
0
0
15
0
28
0
0
0
1
0
90

Un Vaccinated

(19)

Vaccination

(18)

0
0
299
0
29
585
0
0
7
0
643
0
4
0
33
0
239
39
72
238
1
48
113
102
21
94
22
136
0
2
34
2.761

Total

(17)

Death

(16)

0
0
254
0
19
585
0
0
0
0
643
0
4
0
33
0
239
4
72
195
1
48
113
71
21
0
3
136
0
0
25
2.466

Unknown

(15)

Un Vaccinated

(14)

0
0
0
0
18 27
0
0
3
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
8
0
0
10 33
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 31
0
0
34 60
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
9
0
122 173

Total

Vaccination

(13)

0
211
355
334
31
800
0
0
8
0
1.187
0
9
0
25
0
125
34
86
280
69
82
126
131
17
136
7
124
3
8
64
4.252

Age > 15

Total

(12)

Death

(11)

0
211
295
334
22
800
0
0
0
0
1.187
0
9
0
25
0
125
4
86
180
58
82
126
112
17
0
2
124
0
2
41
3.842

Unknown

(10)

0
0
28
0
4
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
73
0
0
0
19
0
81
0
0
3
3
5
230

Un Vaccinated

(9)

0
0
32
0
5
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
27
11
0
0
0
0
55
5
0
0
3
18
180

Vaccination

(8)

0
44
118
120
0
272
0
0
6
0
396
0
2
0
12
0
64
9
0
171
20
40
93
57
12
48
0
52
3
5
15
1.559

Total

Death

(7)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Death

Unknown

(6)

0
44
87
120
0
272
0
0
0
0
396
0
2
0
12
0
64
1
0
143
19
40
93
52
12
0
0
52
0
1
4
1.414

Unknown

Un Vaccinated

(5)

0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
20
0
0
0
5
0
22
0
0
3
4
5
89

Un Vaccinated

Vaccination

(4)

0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
8
1
0
0
0
0
26
0
0
0
0
6
56

Vaccination

Total

(3)

Age 10 - 14

Total

Death

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh D.
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Unknown

(1)

Province

Age 5 - 9

Un Vaccinated

No.

Age 1 - 4

Vaccination

Age < 1

(22)

(23)

(24)

(25)

(26)

(27)

(28)

(29)

(30)

(31)

(32)

0
247
254
304
33
163
0
0
6
0
364
0
6
0
4
0
38
23
34
144
93
30
54
59
10
41
2
99
0
1
7
2.016

0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
3
18

0
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
48
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
46
0
0
0
0
2
126

0
130
197
228
0
133
0
0
0
0
429
0
3
0
18
0
89
0
1
153
27
9
101
57
16
0
0
31
3
0
5
1.630

0
0
0
130
0
221
0
228
0
0
0
133
0
0
0
0
0
48
0
0
0
429
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
89
0
1
0
1
0
163
0
27
0
9
0
101
0
57
0
16
0
56
0
0
0
31
0
3
0
0
0
10
0 1774

0
0
65
0
14
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
67
0
52
12
0
0
0
0
138
25
0
0
3
39
423

0
0
101
0
32
0
0
0
67
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
0
146
0
0
0
70
0
237
0
0
6
10
12
708

632
1.081
986
47
1.953
759
1.597
3.019
10.784
24
625
92
3.044
555
12
193
798
198
209
487
336
76
6
442
3
3
79
28.040

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

632
1.247
986
93
1.953
759
1.597
75
3.019
10.784
24
625
92
3.044
555
106
193
996
210
209
487
406
76
375
31
442
9
16
130
29.171

Annex 3.11
NUMBER OF DIPHTHERIA CASES BY PROVINCE
2004

No.

Outpatient in Hospital

Province
Age<1

(1)

(2)

(3)

Inpatient in Hospital

Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Total

Age<1

(8)

(9)

Health Center

Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

Total

Death

(14)

(15)

Age<1 Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

Total
(21)

Nanggroe Aceh D.

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

10

17

Riau

Jambi

South Sumatera

Bengkulu

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

Riau Islands

11

DKI Jakarta

12

West Java

18

19

50

42

133

13

Central Java

21

14

DI Yogyakarta

15

East Java

16

Banten

17

Bali

18

West Nusa Tenggara

19

East Nusa Tenggara

20

West Kalimantan

21

Central Kalimantan

22

South Kalimantan

23

East Kalimantan

24

North Sulawesi

25

Central Sulawesi

26

South Sulawesi

27

South East Sulawesi

28

Gorontalo

29

Maluku

30

North Maluku

31

Irian Jaya

11

11

25

26

27

60

55

172

Indonesia

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

Annex 3.12
NUMBER OF PERTUSSIS CASES BY PROVINCE
2004

No.

Outpatient in Hospital

Province
Age<1

(1)

(2)

(3)

Inpatient in Hospital

Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Total

Age<1

(8)

(9)

Health Center

Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

Total

Death

(14)

(15)

Age<1 Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

Total
(21)

Nanggroe Aceh D.

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

32

45

42

22

144

Riau

19

36

Jambi

South Sumatera

13

22

15

21

Bengkulu

14

10

26

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

Riau Islands

11

DKI Jakarta

12

West Java

60

164

128

172

218

742

13

Central Java

12

34

18

78

37

179

14

DI Yogyakarta

15

East Java

10

16

Banten

11

12

28

17

Bali

28

17

64

10

18

West Nusa Tenggara

19

East Nusa Tenggara

20

West Kalimantan

13

21

21

Central Kalimantan

22

South Kalimantan

23

East Kalimantan

14

13

44

75

24

North Sulawesi

25

Central Sulawesi

26

South Sulawesi

21

31

15

35

31

93

27

South East Sulawesi

28

Gorontalo

12

14

29

Maluku

30

North Maluku

15

31

Irian Jaya
Indonesia

39

50

47

152

67

355

17

129

314

260

243

258

1204

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

Annex 3.13
NUMBER OF CLINICAL HEPATITIS IN 2004

No.

Outpatient in Hospital

Province
Age<1

(1)

(2)

(3)

Inpatient in Hospital

Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Total

Age<1

(8)

(9)

Health Center

Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

Total

Death

(14)

(15)

Age<1 Age 1-4 Age 4-14 Age 15-44 Age >45


(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

Total
(21)

Nanggroe Aceh D.

21

11

26

North Sumatera

West Sumatera

11

46

67

17

74

30

121

78

187

95

369

Riau

11

26

21

17

66

29

116

Jambi

17

16

38

18

16

35

44

119

130

55

349

South Sumatera

27

12

43

17

21

21

57

Bengkulu

13

23

12

14

49

25

100

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

26

35

56

126

10

Riau Islands

11

DKI Jakarta

15

23

17

22

27

75

12

West Java

64

419

1097

1017

649

3246

13

Central Java

14

DI Yogyakarta

16

15

East Java

47

19

78

44

17

10

76

11

17

146

124

141

439

16

Banten

33

78

228

83

426

23

177

62

271

15

75

85

70

248

17

Bali

10

50

15

87

37

26

70

50

16

75

18

West Nusa Tenggara

11

17

51

40

121

19

East Nusa Tenggara

20

West Kalimantan

21
22

14

18

38

59

40

169

11

12

28

19

55

131

65

276

Central Kalimantan

28

32

38

17

62

23

South Kalimantan

23

99

24

152

23

East Kalimantan

10

113

33

157

32

12

51

88

107

24

North Sulawesi

25

Central Sulawesi

26

South Sulawesi

16

42

36

94

29

34

72

49

200

133

391

27

South East Sulawesi

28

Gorontalo

51

61

30

24

61

26

16

48

29

Maluku

25

34

11

73

24

48

18

102

30

North Maluku

31

Irian Jaya

30

77

266

754

285

11

27

158

550

292

100

620

Indonesia

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

1.412

1.038

1.785

2.417

1.408

2
6.330

Annex 3.14
OUTBREAK FREQUENCY BY DISEASES IN INDONESIA, 2004
No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Diseases

Frequency

(2)

(3)

Diarhea
Dengue High Fever
Measles
Diphtheria
Pertussis
Tetanus
Tetanus Neonatorum
Malaria
Yaws/Frambesia
Hepatitis
Meningitis
Thyphus abdominalis
Rabies
Food poisoning
Rubella
Dengue Shock Syndrome
Small pox
Parotitis
Poisoning
Hand, Foot, Mouth Diseases
Chikungunya
Leptospirosis
Thypoid
Marasmus
Dysentery
TOTAL

Cases

Death

(4)

(5)

46
128
97
34
2
1
71
9
2
6
1
1
40
65
1
5
3
1
10
1
13
1
2
5
1
546

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

1,827
6,195
2,818
106
2
1
73
261
2
136
1
7
132
3,748
8
7
45
22
108
1
286
1
5
6
7
15,805

Case Fatality
Rate (%)
(6)

29
87
44
10
0
0
39
15
0
2
0
0
13
23
0
7
0
0
5
0
0
1
0
0
0
275

2
1
2
9
0
0
53
6
0
2
0
0
10
1
0
100
0
0
5
0
0
100
0
0
0
2

Annex 3.15
NUMBER OF PATIENTS, CASE FATALITY RATE (%), AND INCIDENCE RATE OF DENGUE HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER
BY PROVINCE, 2000 - 2004
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

2000
CFR

IR

2001
CFR

IR

2002
CFR

IR

2003
CFR

IR

2004
CFR

IR

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

2,13
2,80
13,74
19,42
10,71
19,71
0,91
3,43
3,21
66,86
13,56
19,09
28,57
15,04
8,00
130,87
5,91
0,63
49,97
4,00
17,04
80,08
47,47
3,27
31,71
2,91
0,31
0,00
7,20
14,19
19,24

128
878
292
715
80
1.403
2
624
241
14.071
8.683
8.490
1.553
4.216
700
2.364
196
260
349
300
178
1.926
369
184
2.636
43
30
0
2
603
51.516

2,76
7,07
6,88
13,98
2,83
17,87
0,13
9,29
26,68
125,09
23,64
25,51
47,09
11,94
8,17
76,78
5,06
6,34
9,13
16,36
7,47
77,32
15,75
7,47
31,41
2,45
3,54
0,00
0,23
29,13
23,87

252
1.093
514
1.050
275
1.270
204
908
53
20.510
19.014
9.047
2.206
8.287
2577
1935
805
1381
212
453
378
2276
225
293
3500
266
14
0
74
390
79.462

64
96
83
390
131
1.211
17
66
3.751
2.283
4.907
492
3.247
757
34
118
1.393
20
91
253
1.139
31
428
0
3
123
21.134

11
0
0
3
5
2
0
6
1
3
2
2
1
1
6
0
4
0
7
1
4
7
2
0
0
6
2

1,54
0,86
2,10
9,21
5,10
18,59
1,10
0,91
41,26
5,38
15,09
14,40
9,25
25,34
0,89
3,07
35,06
1,20
2,94
10,51
40,85
1,57
5,31
0,00
0,14
6,04
10,17

35
138
185
1.324
129
1.890
17
228
8.661
5.152
5.001
917
4.224
199
72
60
806
30
121
1.423
1.105
178
1.323
11
0
214
33.443

3
0
0
2
4
1
6
4
0
2
2
1
1
1
6
3
31
10
6
2
3
6
2
0
0
2
1,4

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI
Remarks : IR ( Insidence Rate ) per 100.000 population

0,80
1,23
4,34
29,69
5,21
27,86
1,06
3,10
78,92
11,84
15,37
26,84
12,04
6,44
1,84
1,52
19,57
17,10
5,64
58,17
38,89
8,67
15,03
0,63
0,00
10,34
15,99

92
348
623
978
272
1.406
14
197
29
5.750
4.817
6.357
992
5.308
713
3.986
232
24
1.910
72
365
2.011
974
81
2.408
51
4
0
63
300
40.377

8.7
3.7
1.6
0.8
4.0
1.8
0.0
5.1
3.4
0.9
1.3
1.6
1.0
1.3
0.7
0.3
1.3
4.2
1.6
2.8
0.3
2.0
1.4
2.5
1.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
3.2
1.0
1.3

3.1
2.7
0.7
0.7
2.5
2.1
0.0
2.6
4.1
0.4
2.1
2.3
2.3
1.4
3.6
0.3
4.6
3.2
2.0
3.0
3.4
1.5
1.3
1.0
1.5
2.3
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.8
1.5

4,37
2,20
0,97
2,00
1,45
1,34
0,98
1,54
0
0,43
1,13
1,80
1,41
1,45
2,25
0,41
1,99
3,11
2,36
1,32
0,79
1,80
4,89
3,41
0,69
0,75
0,00
0,00
9,46
2,05
1,2

5,43
8,79
12,11
20,53
9,74
16,06
13,25
13,51
5,65
260,08
52,20
27,11
66,89
23,48
30,08
58,64
20,77
35,00
5,55
24,70
10,30
91,37
10,56
13,06
41,70
13,89
1,60
0,00
8,71
18,84
37,11

Annex 3.16
NUMBER OF DISTRICTS/MUNICIPALITIES INFECTED BY DENGUE HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER
BY PROVINCE, 1998 - 2004
Number of Districts/Municipalities Infected Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever

No.

Province

Number of
Districts/Municipalities

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

20
23
16
16
10
11
7
10
7
6
25
35
5
38
6
9
8
16
10
14
13
13
8
9
28
7
5
5
8
28
416

9
15
12
7
6
10
4
5
5
26
35
5
37
9
5
6
6
6
10
7
7
5
21
3
5
6
272

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

7
7
6
3
7
6
9
3
6
5
26
35
5
36
7
5
1
6
4
6
6
6
4
15
0
1
222

5
9
5
8
4
9
3
7
5
28
34
5
37
7
5
1
7
4
7
7
7
4
18
2
0
3
231

7
13
6
10
7
7
4
9
3
5
22
33
5
37
6
8
6
3
8
6
9
10
5
2
20
2
3
0
2
5
263

9
15
4
13
7
9
4
9
2
5
24
35
5
38
6
9
7
1
8
6
5
10
4
2
17
3
2
0
2
3
264

8
14
3
12
4
7
1
8
3
5
24
34
5
38
3
8
6
3
8
5
8
12
4
5
18
3
2
0
2
4
257

16
15
9
14
7
11
5
10
5
5
25
35
5
38
6
9
8
10
9
11
13
13
7
5
23
1
2
0
3
6
326

Annex 3.17
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF INFECTED DISTRICTS, AND NUMBER OF ANIMAL BITES INFECTED BY RABIES
AS WELL AS EXAMINATION RESULTS OF ANIMAL BY PROVINCE, 2004
No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Total
(3)

20
23
16
16
10
11
7
10
7
6
25
35
5
38
6
9
8
16
10
14
13
13
8
9
28
7
5
5
8
28
416

Number of Districts
Infected
(4)

16
14
13
8
3
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0

3
6
10
3
9
5
14
7
5
3

123

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI
Remarks: RIAB = Rabies Infected Animal Bite

Number of Cases
RIAB

(5)

(6)

80,00
60,87
81,25
50,00
30,00
0,00
0,00
30,00
4,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
18,75
42,86
76,92
23,08
112,50
55,56
50,00
100,00
0,00
29,57

Number of Animal Specimen


Examined
Positive
% Positive
(7)

(8)

(9)

179
728
2.718
516
121
1.129
111
538

30
16
87
89
11
0
0
1

21
16
82
78
11
0
0
1

158
281
8
28
0
0

100
1
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

775

15

13

139
304
282
1.098
271
1.510
363
155
1.147

0
40
2
699
131
95
31
6
24

0
40
2
583
131
95
31
6
12

12.559

1378

1122

70,00
100,00
94,25
87,64
100,00
0,00
0,00
100,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
86,67
0,00
0,00
100,00
100,00
83,40
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
50,00
0,00
0,00
81,42

Annex 3.18
NUMBER OF FILARIASIS CASES BY PROVINCE
2000 - 2004
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Unknown
Indonesia

2000

2001

Year
2002

2003

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

1.908
52
30
267
136
91
67
73

1.908
52
30
267
136
91
67
73
73

1.908
52
30
267
136
91
67
73
73

1.940
45
32
267
134
44
55
73
78

12
156
136
7
142

12
156
136
7
142

12
156
136
7
144

5
62
1.706
156
123
137
282
72
82
154
197

5
62
1.706
156
123
135
282
72
82
154
197

5
62
1.706
156
123
169
282
72
82
154
197

57

57

57

12
156
136
7
167
69
5
62
1.706
156
118
135
272
72
82
154
197
14
57

390

390

390

390

6.500

6.571

6.607

6.635

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

2004
(7)

1.896
102
30
243
220
130
57
73
37
21
12
78
226
119
76
5
62
1.706
261
117
249
195
23
82
110
182
83
30
5
36
254
6.720

Annex 3.19
NUMBER OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND RATIO OF INJURED AND DEAD VICTIMS
TOWARDS TOTAL POPULATION
BY PROVINCE, 2004

No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Number of
Accidents
(3)

Number of Victims

% Victim

Dead

Severely
Injured

Slightly
Injured

Total

Dead

Severely
Injured

Slightly
Injured

Ratio/100000
Population
Victim

Dead

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

Property Lost
(13)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

212

196

167

314

677

28,95

24,67

46,38

16,61

0,71

Rp.

833.400.000

North Sumatera

911

759

617

701

2.077

36,54

29,71

33,75

17,21

0,30

Rp.

3.923.525.000

West Sumatera

292

353

147

157

657

53,73

22,37

23,90

14,51

1,19

Rp.

1.266.100.000

Riau

613

556

379

418

1.353

41,09

28,01

30,89

23,82

0,72

Rp.

3.205.290.000

Jambi

166

174

80

83

337

51,63

23,74

24,63

12,86

1,97

Rp.

571.950.000

South Sumatera

323

304

178

199

681

44,64

26,14

29,22

10,32

0,68

Rp.

1.916.675.000

Bengkulu

167

145

63

90

298

48,66

21,14

30,20

19,33

3,16

Rp.

376.400.000

Lampung

374

389

311

311

1.011

38,48

30,76

30,76

14,38

0,55

Rp.

2.632.000.000

61,04

Rp.

330.550.000

Bangka Belitung Islands

172

141

36

54

231

10

Riau Islands

11

DKI Jakarta

4.065

1.010

2.441

1.827

5.278

19,14

46,25

34,62

60,49

0,22

Rp.

10.613.360.000

12

West Java

1.231

940

680

927

2.547

36,91

26,70

36,40

6,62

0,10

Rp.

3.536.540.000

13

Central Java

846

739

438

926

2.103

35,14

20,83

44,03

6,49

0,11

Rp.

3.552.208.000

14

D.I. Yogyakarta

459

198

144

467

809

24,47

17,80

57,73

25,12

0,76

Rp.

650.980.000

15

East Java

1.688

1.379

859

1.513

3.751

36,76

22,90

40,34

10,31

0,10

Rp.

4.873.394.000

16

Banten

150

152

83

120

355

42,82

23,38

33,80

3,91

0,47

Rp.

475.350.000

17

Bali

492

426

198

299

923

46,15

21,45

32,39

27,20

1,36

Rp.

661.950.000

18

West Nusa Tenggara

434

352

224

267

843

41,76

26,57

31,67

20,68

1,02

Rp.

692.076.000

19

East Nusa Tenggara

446

278

228

436

942

29,51

24,20

46,28

22,76

0,71

Rp.

990.850.000

20

West Kalimantan

234

226

129

225

580

38,97

22,24

38,79

14,46

0,97

Rp.

805.015.000

21

Central Kalimantan

159

142

78

108

328

43,29

23,78

32,93

17,57

2,32

Rp.

370.125.000

22

South Kalimantan

201

230

45

63

338

68,05

13,31

18,64

10,50

2,11

Rp.

782.350.000

23

East Kalimantan

898

397

285

579

1.261

31,48

22,60

45,92

45,66

1,14

Rp.

2.882.135.000

24

North Sulawesi

387

287

135

277

699

41,06

19,31

39,63

32,45

1,91

Rp.

1.008.440.200

25

Central Sulawesi

343

189

132

208

529

35,73

24,95

39,32

23,56

1,59

Rp.

721.725.000

26

South Sulawesi

862

720

334

347

1.401

51,39

23,84

24,77

16,79

0,62

Rp.

2.057.331.500

27

South East Sulawesi

405

165

111

242

518

31,85

21,43

46,72

27,10

1,67

Rp.

649.775.000

28

Gorontalo

48

55

38

25

118

46,61

32,20

21,19

13,17

5,20

Rp.

225.900.000

29

Maluku

59

41

35

36

112

36,61

31,25

32,14

9,04

2,96

Rp.

80.250.000

30

West Irian Jaya

102

24

25

58

107

22,43

23,36

54,21

12,31

2,58

Rp.

163.050.000

807

57,36

56,23

0,67

Rp.

2.196.900.000

993

22,81
-

Unknown

1.407

16,84

West Sulawesi

33

Irian Jaya Barat

11.204

Source: Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI
Special for NAD Local Police up to November 2004

8.983

12.084

32.271

34,72

25,80

6,03
-

32

17.732

363

23,38
-

31

Indonesia

237

15,58
-

27,84

37,45

14,87

0,02

Rp.

53.045.594.700

Annex 3.20
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF DRUG ABUSER BY SEX AND AGE GROUPS
IN DRUG ADDICTION CONTROL INSTITUTION - REPORTS IN 2OO4
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Institution
(2)

Drug Dependency Hospital, Jakarta


Public Hospital of Sanglah, Denpasar
Public Hospital of Hasan Sadikin, Bandung
Public Hospital of M. Djamil, Padang
Public Hospital of M. Hoesin, Palembang
Public Hospital of Dr. Kariadi, Semarang
Public Hospital of Fatmawati, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Pondok Indah, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Husada, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Sint Carolus, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Persahabatan, Jakarta
Special Hospital of Duren Sawit, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Charitas, Palembang
Public Hospital of Wangaya, Denpasar
Public Hospital of Dadi, Makasar
Public Hospital of Bhayangkara, Makasar
Public Hospital of Labuang, Makasar
Klinik Waras, Makasar
Psychiatric of Marzuki Mahdi, Bogor
Psychiatric of Soeharto Heerdjan, Jakarta
Sanatorium Dharmawangsa, Jakarta
Psychiatric of Dharmajaya, Jakarta
Psychiatric of Bandung
Psychiatric of Dr. Amino Gondohutomo, Semarang
Psychiatric of Prof. Dr.Soeroyo, Magelang
Psychiatric of Menur, Surabaya
Psychiatric of Radjiman W., Lawang
Psychiatric of Bengkulu
Psychiatric of Pontianak
Psychiatric of Tamban
Psychiatric of, Mataram
Psychiatric of Bangli
Psychiatric of Bina Atma, Denpasar
Health Center Tambora, Jakarta
Health Center Pasar Minggu, Jakarta

Age Group

Sex

Age 10 - 14
(3)

Age 15 - 19
(4)

Age 20- 24
(5)

Age 25- 29
(6)

Age 30 - 34
(7)

Age >= 35
(8)

160
1
11
3
1
1
3
3
1

796
37
40
5
6
1
16
2
8
1
11
30
44
2
17
4
2

683
57
55
4
2

323
42
10

246
23
11

1
2
19
-

3
-

1
-

5
5
-

3
4
2
1
-

2
4
1
1
1

1
-

1
-

13
5
8
2
6
21
32
6
6
7

2
1
3
3
5
1
1
13
24
4
2
3

51
30
4
4
3
8
21
11
12
9
19
1
2
9
1
9
1

41
33
6
8
4
5
17
6
10
10
12
3
6
7
1
4
2

12
18
5
1
2
2
3
1

2
-

10
1
3
1
3
3
36
2
1
7
-

1
1
-

1
1
-

3
1
1
-

1
4
-

66
3
9
2
1
3

Unclear
(9)

Total
(10)

2.209
160
127
12
13
3
45
14
25
5
22
69
155
14
29
21
3
66
112
95
17
14
15
19
44
20
22
22
37
5
14
22
3
14
5

Male
(11)

1.977
151
114
12
11
3
26
12
20
5
22
69
79
13
27
19
3
65
97
89
13
9
13
19
41
15
22
20
37
5
11
17
1
13
5

Female
(12)

232
9
13
-

2
-

19
2
5
-

76
1
2
2
-

1
15
6
4
5
2
-

3
5
-

2
-

3
5
2
1
-

Total
(13)

2.209
160
127
12
13
3
45
14
25
5
22
69
155
14
29
21
3
66
112
95
17
14
15
19
44
20
22
22
37
5
14
22
3
14
5

No

Institution

(1)

(2)

36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

Health Center Tebet, Jakarta


Health Center Kp. Bali, Jakarta
Health Center Pamulang, Jakarta
Health Office Lampung
Health Office Bandung
Health Office Surabaya
Galih Pakuan, Bogor
Pamardi Putra Insyaf, Medan
Pamardi Putra Khusnul Khotimah, Tangerang
Rumah Anak Panah, Jakarta
Darul Ihsan Institution, Jakarta
Pamardi Siwi, Jakarta
Terracota Institution, Jakarta
Teratai Institution, Jakarta
Tulus Hati Institution, Jakarta
Wisma Adiksi, Jakarta
Asa Bangsa Institution, Jakarta
Kasih Mulia Institution, Jakarta
Doulos Institution, Jakarta
Getsemani Institution, Bekasi
Rumah Harapan dan Pemulihan Bethesda, Jakarta
Al Jahu Institution, Jakarta
Suryalaya Islamic Center Surabaya
Correctional Institution of Tangerang
Correctional Institution of Lubuk Linggau
Correctional Institution of Bandar Lampung
Correctional Institution of Banceuy, Bandung
Correctional Institution of Cipinang, Jakarta
Correctional Institution of Cirebon
Correctional Institution of Yogyakarta
Correctional Institution of Pamekasan
Correctional Institution of Bangli
Correctional Institution of Maros
Correctional Institution of Martapura
Correctional Institution of Abepura
Atmajaya Information Center, Jakarta
TOTAL

Age Group
Age 10 - 14
(3)

Age 20- 24
(5)

Age 25- 29
(6)

Age 30 - 34
(7)

Age >= 35
(8)

11
11
1
2
46
27
60
12
24

20
45
6
3
35
27
77
33
46
6
6
62
10
5
5
36
2
17
4
2

9
28
7
17
47
13
11

5
13
1
9
20
10

1
10

1
1
2
-

2
13
3
1
3
1
1
1
6
-

1
11

27
33
4
7

2
-

20
0,3%

Sex

Age 15 - 19
(4)

2
3
-

19
560
8,4%

Source : Center for Data and Information, MoH RI (Result of data collecting from 71 institutions)

33
7
2
41
6
2
4
16
11
17
3
7

1
2
-

9
42
4
-

1
-

6
1
1
7
3
1
3
1
2

5
27
205
12
62
41
6
38
43
1
3
3
12
6
244
2.372
35,4%

6
13
140
13
54
46
13
67
56
2
1
3
15
2
186
1.980
29,5%

2
10
56
4
21
37
9
63
28
1
5
1
11
4
27
854
12,7%

3
-

3
-

1
2
-

1
4
47
15
46
64
8
108
15
-

3
-

13
2
8
786
11,7%

Unclear
(9)

Total
(10)

Male
(11)

46
45
107
97
15
15
40
40
191
176
82
78
150
150
45
45
104
104
16
15
10
10
125
112
20
20
9
19
18
59
47
15
14
39
39
16
13
11
11
61
61
41
14
12
82
78
492
492
48
38
192
185
1
189
170
36
36
2
280
280
145
140
4
4
12
9
7
7
51
44
14
14
484
451
130
6.702 6.105
1,9% 100,0% 91,1%
-

Female
(12)

1
10
-

15
4
-

1
-

13
-

9
1
12
1
-

3
-

20
2
4
-

10
7
19
-

5
-

3
-

7
-

33
597
8,9%

Total
(13)

46
107
15
40
191
82
150
45
104
16
10
125
20
9
19
59
15
39
16
11
61
14
82
492
48
192
189
36
280
145
4
12
7
51
14
484
6.702
100,0%

Annex 3.21
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF DRUG ABUSER BY SUBSTANCES
IN DRUG ADDICTION CONTROL INSTITUTION - REPORTS IN 2OO4
Substances
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Institution

Opiate/

(2)

Heroin
(3)

Drug Dependency Hospital, Jakarta


Public Hospital of Sanglah, Denpasar
Public Hospital of Hasan Sadikin, Bandung
Public Hospital of M. Djamil, Padang
Public Hospital of M. Hoesin, Palembang
Public Hospital of Dr. Kariadi, Semarang
Public Hospital of Fatmawati, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Pondok Indah, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Husada, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Sint Carolus, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Persahabatan, Jakarta
Special Hospital of Duren Sawit, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Charitas, Palembang
Public Hospital of Wangaya, Denpasar
Public Hospital of Dadi, Makasar
Public Hospital of Bhayangkara, Makasar
Public Hospital of Labuang, Makasar
Klinik Waras, Makasar
Psychiatric of Marzuki Mahdi, Bogor
Psychiatric of Soeharto Heerdjan, Jakarta
Sanatorium Dharmawangsa, Jakarta
Psychiatric of Dharmajaya, Jakarta
Psychiatric of Bandung
Psychiatric of Dr. Amino Gondohutomo, Semarang
Psychiatric of Prof. Dr.Soeroyo, Magelang
Psychiatric of Menur, Surabaya
Psychiatric of Radjiman W., Lawang
Psychiatric of Bengkulu
Psychiatric of Pontianak
Psychiatric of Tamban
Psychiatric of, Mataram
Psychiatric of Bangli
Psychiatric of Bina Atma, Denpasar
Health Center Tambora, Jakarta
Health Center Pasar Minggu, Jakarta

1.564
13
12
-

7
8
15
3
18
53
1
14
5
7
-

59
80
73
6
5
1
4
35
8
9

Cannabis

Amphetamin/

(4)

Ecstasy
(5)

17
-

8
6
-

117

7
-

9
3
4
2

150
-

1
1
-

3
12
-

4
-

1
-

1
-

1
1
1

20
-

4
9
2

224

Hipnotic
(6)

1
-

6
4
9
5
7
1
5
5
12
2
-

15
-

2
2
-

Sedative/ Inhalation

8
6
1
-

1
-

1
2
2
-

2
4

(9)

10
-

5
-

1
-

1
-

6
-

1
-

1
5
5
2
-

4
1

Cocaine

(8)

(7)

Alcohol

1
-

4
-

Multiple

Others/

(10)

Unclear
(11)

207
-

26
-

2
1
-

3
16
3
-

80
147
64
6
13
3
23
-

4
-

7
1
1

2
1
27
5
4
-

5
1
-

6
20
-

1
-

1
-

3
-

14
5

2
-

Total
(12)

2.209
160
127
12
13
3
45
14
25
5
22
69
155
14
29
21
3
66
112
95
17
14
15
19
44
20
22
22
37
5
14
22
3
14
5

Substances
No
(1)

36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

Institution

Opiate/

(2)

Heroin
(3)

Health Center Tebet, Jakarta


Health Center Kp. Bali, Jakarta
Health Center Pamulang, Jakarta
Health Office Lampung
Health Office Bandung
Health Office Surabaya
Galih Pakuan, Bogor
Pamardi Putra Insyaf, Medan
Pamardi Putra Khusnul Khotimah, Tangerang
Rumah Anak Panah, Jakarta
Darul Ihsan Institution, Jakarta
Pamardi Siwi, Jakarta
Terracota Institution, Jakarta
Teratai Institution, Jakarta
Tulus Hati Institution, Jakarta
Wisma Adiksi, Jakarta
Asa Bangsa Institution, Jakarta
Kasih Mulia Institution, Jakarta
Doulos Institution, Jakarta
Getsemani Institution, Bekasi
Rumah Harapan dan Pemulihan Bethesda, Jakarta
Al Jahu Institution, Jakarta
Suryalaya Islamic Center Surabaya
Correctional Institution of Tangerang
Correctional Institution of Lubuk Linggau
Correctional Institution of Bandar Lampung
Correctional Institution of Banceuy, Bandung
Correctional Institution of Cipinang, Jakarta
Correctional Institution of Cirebon
Correctional Institution of Yogyakarta
Correctional Institution of Pamekasan
Correctional Institution of Bangli
Correctional Institution of Maros
Correctional Institution of Martapura
Correctional Institution of Abepura
Atmajaya Information Center, Jakarta
TOTAL

Cannabis

Amphetamin/

(4)

Ecstasy
(5)

24
-

2
15
83
18

8
6
68
2
9
4
1
1

1
10
8
10
110
19
7
15
57
13
26
4
9

1
1
2
1
2

2
263
111
97
-

135

1
1

5
1

1
-

1
2

18
49

29
49

50
24

16
7

43

22

4
6
4
51

2.691
40,2%

775
11,6%

821
12,3%

Source : Center for Data and Information, MoH RI (Result of data collecting from 71 institutions)

1
2

10
3

(7)

288
4,3%

Alcohol
(8)

3
12
88
5
12
-

1
2

1
12

1
-

4
0,1%

Cocaine
(9)

26

2
3

1
1

2
-

2
-

19
6
21

72

6
37

13
18
77

Hipnotic
(6)

Sedative/ Inhalation

185
2,8%

Multiple

Others/

Total

(10)

Unclear
(11)

(12)

3
-

30
-

51
35
78
2
-

12
-

2
-

3
2

1
-

1
-

2
0,0%

17
-

6
-

1
-

604
9,0%

6
107

46
107
15
40
191
3
82
2
150
45
104
16
10
125
20
9
19
59
15
39
1
16
11
61
61
14
3
82
53
492
48
48
8
192
6
189
36
36
2
280
145
145
4
12
7
51
14
14
484
484
1.332
6.702
19,9% 100,0%

Annex 3.22
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF DRUG ABUSER BY METHOD OF USE
IN DRUG ADDICTION CONTROL INSTITUTION - REPORTS IN 2004
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Method of Use

Institution
(2)

Drug Dependency Hospital, Jakarta


Public Hospital of Sanglah, Denpasar
Public Hospital of Hasan Sadikin, Bandung
Public Hospital of M. Djamil, Padang
Public Hospital of M. Hoesin, Palembang
Public Hospital of Dr. Kariadi, Semarang
Public Hospital of Fatmawati, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Pondok Indah, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Husada, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Sint Carolus, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Persahabatan, Jakarta
Special Hospital of Duren Sawit, Jakarta
Public Hospital of Charitas, Palembang
Public Hospital of Wangaya, Denpasar
Public Hospital of Dadi, Makasar
Public Hospital of Bhayangkara, Makasar
Public Hospital of Labuang, Makasar
Klinik Waras, Makasar
Psychiatric of Marzuki Mahdi, Bogor
Psychiatric of Soeharto Heerdjan, Jakarta
Sanatorium Dharmawangsa, Jakarta
Psychiatric of Dharmajaya, Jakarta
Psychiatric of Bandung
Psychiatric of Dr. Amino Gondohutomo, Semarang
Psychiatric of Prof. Dr.Soeroyo, Magelang
Psychiatric of Menur, Surabaya
Psychiatric of Radjiman W., Lawang
Psychiatric of Bengkulu
Psychiatric of Pontianak
Psychiatric of Tamban
Psychiatric of Mataram
Psychiatric of Bangli
Psychiatric of Bina Atma, Denpasar
Health Center Tambora, Jakarta
Health Center Pasar Minggu, Jakarta
Health Center Tebet, Jakarta

Injection
(3)

13
14
-

Suck/Smoke
(4)

18
6

4
1

10

22
1
-

23
-

5
10
1
6
22
23
6
4

59
62
65
6
2

6
2
1
5
11
2

8
9
6
3
10
15

33
8
9
20
-

4
8
3

23

10
6
-

4
1
4
-

10

2
1

Mix
(7)

Swallow
(6)

7
8
15
3
19
53
1
14
6
7

Drink
(5)

3
12
2
4
1
122
3
3
2
2
7
2
6
5
1
2
4
1

21
2
2
16
9
5
1
1
25
3
3
7
6
6
3
14
5
4

Inhale
(8)

Others
(9)

Unclear
(10)

4
1
-

2.209
147
63
6
13
1
7
1
1
1
5

Total
(11)

2.209
160
127
12
13
3
45
14
25
5
22
69
155
14
29
21
3
66
112
95
17
14
15
19
44
20
22
22
37
5
14
22
3
14
5
46

No
(1)

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

Institution
(2)

Health Center Kp. Bali, Jakarta


Health Center Pamulang, Jakarta
Health Office Lampung
Health Office Bandung
Health Office Surabaya
Galih Pakuan, Bogor
Pamardi Putra Insyaf, Medan
Pamardi Putra Khusnul Khotimah, Tangerang
Rumah Anak Panah, Jakarta
Darul Ihsan Institution, Jakarta
Pamardi Siwi, Jakarta
Terracota Institution, Jakarta
Teratai Institution, Jakarta
Tulus Hati Institution, Jakarta
Wisma Adiksi, Jakarta
Asa Bangsa Institution, Jakarta
Kasih Mulia Institution, Jakarta
Doulos Institution, Jakarta
Getsemani Institution, Bekasi
Rumah Harapan dan Pemulihan Bethesda, Jakarta
Al Jahu Institution, Jakarta
Suryalaya Islamic Center Surabaya
Correctional Institution of Tangerang
Correctional Institution of Lubuk Linggau
Correctional Institution of Bandar Lampung
Correctional Institution of Banceuy, Bandung
Correctional Institution of Cipinang, Jakarta
Correctional Institution of Cirebon
Correctional Institution of Yogyakarta
Correctional Institution of Pamekasan
Correctional Institution of Bangli
Correctional Institution of Maros
Correctional Institution of Martapura
Correctional Institution of Abepura
Atmajaya Information Center, Jakarta
TOTAL
PERCENTAGE

Method of Use
Injection
(3)

Suck/Smoke
(4)

20
18
10
6
10
120
11
5
12
49
12
23
3
8
12
18
77
5
35
42
1
484
1.445
21,6%

Source : Center for Data and Information, MoH RI (Result of data collecting from 71 institutions)

Drink
(5)

Swallow
(6)

8
106
16
9
7
3
3
5
8
4
6
10
1
13
4
1
1
17
302
4
120
116
182
4
7
5
51
12
1.232
18,4%

Mix
(7)

Inhale
(8)

5
12
88
5
12

4
34
2

1
1
1
2
33
60
4
55
30

2
218
3,3%

2
3

51
33
78
3

1
4

1
12

56
-

4
2
8
-

46
5
2
472
7,0%

6
1
380
5,7%

0,0%

Others
(9)

53
58
0,9%

Unclear
(10)

107
40
2
61
2
40
8
36
2
145
2.897
43,2%

Total
(11)

107
15
40
191
82
150
45
104
16
10
125
20
9
19
59
15
39
16
11
61
14
82
492
48
192
189
36
280
145
4
12
7
51
14
484
6.702
100,0%

Annex 3.23
PERCENTAGE OF DRUG ABUSER
BY AGE GROUP, SEX, EDUCATION LEVEL, JOB,
MARITAL STATUS, PARENTS' JOB AND USER STATUS
IN DRUG ADDICTION CONTROL INSTITUTION - REPORTS IN 2004

Category
(1)

(2)

Age

Sex

Education Level

Job

Marital Status

Parent's Job

User Status

(3)

Age 5 9
Age 10 14
Age 15 19
Age 20- 24
Age 25- 29
Age 30 34
Age >= 35
Unclear
Male
Female
Not attending/never been to school
Primary
Junior High School
Senior High School
Academy/University
Post Graduate
Unclear
Student
Unemployee
Driver
Seller
Labour
Civil Servant/Army/Police
Private
Housewife
Farmer
Others
Unclear
Married
Single
Divorce
Unclear
Unemployee
Labour
Driver
Seller
Civil Servant/Army/Police
Private
Farmer
Others
Unclear
New User
Old User
Unclear

Special
Hospital
(%)

General
Hospital
(%)

Psyciatric
Hospital
(%)

Center
(%)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

0,0
0,0
6,5
44,2
32,1
16,8
0,3
0,0
97,1
2,9
0,0
0,0
10,9
68,4
20,7
0,0
0,0
25,9
52,6
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
21,6
13
83,5
3,5
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
100,0
44,2
55,8
0,0

Source : Center for Data and Information, MoH RI (Result of data collecting from 71 institutions)

0,0
0,0
6,4
28,8
28,6
14,6
13,1
8,4
83,1
16,9
0,0
3,2
5,2
39,2
15,3
0,0
37,0
12,8
14,6
0,1
0,8
0,5
0,3
12,5
0,6
0,0
11,6
46,2
21,0
43,0
2,0
34,0
0,0
1,0
1,0
2,0
11,0
13,0
2,0
8,0
63,0
47,3
36,8
16,0

0,0
0,2
6,3
40,1
36,7
10,9
5,9
0,0
88,7
11,3
0,2
4,8
12,2
60,5
20,8
0,0
1,5
4,3
55,3
0,7
0,4
0,4
0,7
12,1
0,7
0,0
14,1
11,3
23,0
76,0
1,0
0,0
7,0
1,0
1,0
4,0
19,0
44,0
1,0
10,0
13,0
65,3
30,6
4,1

Health

Rehabilitation Correctional Municipality


Center
Institution Health Office
(%)
(%)
(%)
(8)

0,0
0,0
12,8
43,3
26,7
11,2
5,9
0,0
93,6
6,4
0,0
1,6
11,2
10,2
4,3
0,0
72,7
0,5
19,8
1,1
0,5
0,5
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
18,7
58,8
4,0
39,0
0,0
58,0
0,0
0,0
1,0
1,0
2,0
2,0
0,0
5,0
89,0
21,9
12,8
65,2

(9)

0,0
0,4
19,4
43,1
22,5
5,0
1,9
7,7
91,7
8,3
0,0
8,1
22,4
48,8
12,0
0,0
8,8
23,4
36,0
0,1
0,3
0,0
0,8
5,0
0,5
0,0
1,3
32,7
9,0
83,0
0,0
8,0
1,0
8,0
1,0
5,0
11,0
37,0
7,0
18,0
12,0
66,8
25,4
7,8

(10)

0,0
0,9
3,3
29,4
28,0
16,3
21,8
0,2
96,5
3,5
0,1
19,8
24,0
37,3
2,5
0,2
16,3
4,2
5,8
6,5
4,7
9,9
1,4
24,5
1,0
0,0
4,2
37,8
31,0
32,0
3,0
34,0
0,0
4,0
1,0
2,0
4,0
16,0
5,0
7,0
61,0
36,2
30,2
33,6

NGO
(%)
(11)

0,0
0,6
24,0
20,8
24,6
12,5
17,6
0,0
93,9
6,1
0,0
3,2
28,4
54,3
11,2
2,9
0,0
20,8
46,7
0,0
0,0
1,0
5,8
7,7
0,0
0,0
18,2
0,0
13,0
56,0
7,0
24,0
3,0
20,0
0,0
0,0
7,0
41,0
0,0
3,0
26,0
58,5
16,6
24,9

0,0
0,0
4,0
50,4
38,4
5,6
1,7
0,0
93,2
6,8
4,7
2,5
24,8
63,2
1,0
0,0
3,7
1,5
56,2
0,0
1,9
7,2
0,0
9,1
0,2
0,0
24,0
0,0
13,0
85,0
2,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
0,0
100,0
0,0
0,0
100,0

Annex 3.24
PERCENTAGE OF UNDER THREE YEARS (0 - 35 MONTHS) BY NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND PROVINCE IN 2003

No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Province
(2)

North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Severe Nutrition

Mal Nutrition

Severe + Mal
Nutrition
(3+4)

Normal Nutrition

Over Nutrition
(7)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

15,62
6,98
11,40
3,93
10,92
10,22
9,79
8,07
6,30
6,47
6,07
3,96
6,16
10,46
2,97
10,69
13,64
14,77
11,59
9,94
10,88
11,26
10,17
10,63
5,99
19,91
7,36
11,96
15,35
9,30

19,19
16,90
18,38
17,45
21,30
14,83
19,67
20,05
16,22
16,62
17,49
12,92
15,67
18,24
13,27
21,19
22,97
23,83
18,63
20,05
15,98
16,21
19,13
20,14
16,27
21,48
17,73
20,11
15,78
18,26

34,81
23,88
29,78
21,38
32,22
25,05
29,46
28,12
22,52
23,09
23,56
16,88
21,83
28,70
16,24
31,88
36,61
38,60
30,22
29,99
26,86
27,47
29,30
30,77
22,26
41,39
25,09
32,07
31,13
27,56

61,96
74,08
67,47
75,57
64,43
71,94
67,61
67,24
72,79
73,58
74,36
81,25
75,38
67,74
79,50
65,37
61,71
59,73
65,63
66,67
71,97
67,79
66,12
67,66
73,78
56,82
73,24
58,70
62,90
69,61

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Statistics Indonesia, Result of Survey on Consumption of Household Iodined Salt, 2003

3,24
2,04
2,75
3,05
3,35
3,01
2,93
4,65
4,70
3,32
2,09
1,88
2,80
3,56
4,27
2,74
1,69
1,67
4,14
3,34
1,17
4,74
4,58
1,58
3,96
1,79
1,67
9,24
5,97
2,84

Total
(8)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 3.25
PERCENTAGE OF UNDER FIVES (0 - 59 MONTHS)
BY NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND PROVINCE IN 2003

No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Province
(2)

North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Severe Nutrition

Mal Nutrition

Severe + Mal
Nutrition
(3+4)

Normal Nutrition

Over Nutrition
(7)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

12,76
7,29
10,76
3,07
10,28
7,77
8,19
9,32
6,36
5,56
6,03
4,07
5,95
8,25
3,59
10,45
12,65
13,81
9,49
9,62
9,16
9,90
9,55
9,96
5,74
21,66
8,55
9,23
15,24
8,55

18,67
18,44
17,95
18,54
20,51
18,86
21,40
20,90
16,71
18,46
19,56
13,36
17,41
18,84
12,80
23,68
26,15
25,33
19,51
23,16
17,81
15,72
22,02
20,99
16,80
24,56
21,37
17,30
16,85
19,62

31,43
25,73
28,71
21,61
30,79
26,63
29,59
30,22
23,07
24,02
25,59
17,43
23,36
27,09
16,39
34,13
38,80
39,14
29,00
32,78
26,97
25,62
31,57
30,95
22,54
46,22
29,92
26,53
32,09
28,17

66,14
72,94
69,43
76,61
65,93
70,86
68,31
66,24
71,78
72,99
72,69
80,26
74,46
70,68
80,45
63,73
59,91
59,40
67,62
64,61
72,22
70,20
64,92
67,84
74,42
52,27
69,23
66,56
62,70
69,59

Source: BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Statistics Indonesia, Result of Survey on Consumption of Household Iodined Salt, 2003

2,44
1,32
1,86
1,78
3,28
2,51
2,11
3,53
5,15
3,00
1,72
2,32
2,18
2,22
3,16
2,13
1,29
1,46
3,38
2,60
0,81
4,19
3,51
1,22
3,04
1,51
0,85
6,92
5,20
2,24

Total
(8)

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 3.26
PERCENTAGE OF VILLAGE WITH SUFFICIENT IODIZED SALT (>30 PPM KIO3) BY PROVINCE
2004

No

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Province

Number of Village

Number of Village
with Sufficient
Iodized Salt (>30
ppm KIO3)

% Village with
Sufficient Iodized
Salt (>30 ppm KIO3)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatera
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

263
9.116
238
16.696
3.580
544
12.073
985
201
117
3.496
3.647
1.693
27.017
11.466
5.531
1.639
857
172
540
409
853
169
898
718
1.241
237
41
31
100
104.568

78
2.761
228
11.272
1.620
382
4.444
476
74
80
1.754
1.870
804
2.532
6.553
3.503
195
213
52
44
298
797
168
600
478
709
75
13
22
100
42.195

29,66
30,29
95,80
67,51
45,25
70,22
36,81
48,32
36,82
68,38
50,17
51,28
47,49
9,37
57,15
63,33
11,90
24,85
30,23
8,15
72,86
93,43
99,41
66,82
66,57
57,13
31,65
31,71
70,97
100,00
40,35

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator in the Health Sector from District/Municipality, per Nopember 18, 2005
Remarks : (-) not available

Annex 4.1
COVERAGE OF THE FIRST AND FOURTH VISIT (K1 & K4) OF PREGNANT WOMAN, DELIVERY ASSISTED BY HEALTH PROVIDERS, AND NEONATUS VISIT
BY PROVINCE
2004
Pregnant Woman

Delivering Mothers

Total

K1

% K1

K4

% K4

Total

Assisted by
Health
Personnel

%Assisted by
Health
Personnel

Total

Visit

%KN (KN2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

117.177
323.753
103.989
124.875
70.474
44.753
177.983
177.672
26.131
35.579
207.265
937.703
671.443
57.212
692.930
251.813
67.445
114.177
123.230
103.992
54.469
71.253
81.553
47.425
56.728
53.289
183.219
23.992
22.611
34.330
22.019
55.841

90.488
231.568
99.170
114.622
56.908
36.640
162.930
166.722
25.375
37.342
196.667
840.564
622.259
51.967
640.047
217.401
64.471
102.227
92.218
92.715
47.728
58.071
73.047
46.019
51.734
40.185
159.664
22.057
15.014
17.465
19.110
32.011

77,22
71,53
95,37
91,79
80,75
81,87
91,54
93,84
97,11
104,96
94,89
89,64
92,67
90,83
92,37
86,33
95,59
89,53
74,83
89,16
87,62
81,50
89,57
97,04
91,20
75,41
87,14
91,93
66,40
50,87
86,79
57,33

81.143
206.037
85.641
104.052
49.053
33.008
151.574
151.856
22.673
34.685
163.567
780.348
554.633
41.275
529.192
180.920
60.208
91.209
65.670
83.052
40.699
50.294
59.116
42.759
46.377
37.995
125.518
18.364
10.468
17.025
15.717
20.728

69,25
63,64
82,36
83,32
69,60
73,76
85,16
85,47
86,77
97,49
78,92
83,22
82,60
72,14
76,37
71,85
89,27
79,88
53,29
79,86
74,72
70,59
72,49
90,16
81,75
71,30
68,51
76,54
46,30
49,59
71,38
37,12

112.212
297.447
98.809
117.937
65.839
42.067
171.140
170.145
24.508
33.724
197.844
894.125
482.855
55.536
607.319
242.468
64.426
108.595
108.829
98.475
51.099
67.792
76.329
45.611
54.849
50.867
174.891
21.913
21.583
31.058
20.172
53.301

65.428
194.980
80.837
84.197
43.870
30.198
147.138
125.268
21.239
28.377
140.015
635.354
405.360
41.333
534.829
171.624
59.792
78.397
58.350
67.889
36.858
44.275
61.748
39.432
44.962
32.078
119.482
15.634
9.087
13.270
11.390
21.159

88,09

3.954.856

77,00

4.663.765

3.463.850

Province

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Neonatus Visit

5.136.325

Source : Dit. Family Healthy Ditgen Community Health, MoH RI

4.524.406

58,31
65,55
81,81
71,39
66,63
71,79
85,98
73,62
86,66
84,14
70,77
71,06
83,95
74,43
88,06
70,78
92,81
72,19
53,62
68,94
72,13
65,31
80,90
86,45
81,97
63,06
68,32
71,35
42,10
42,73
56,46
39,70
74,27

107.473
295.518
94.811
112.419
65.839
41.185
164.294
161.520
20.956
32.364
188.422
855.121
463.376
51.952
629.935
233.820
61.359
102.692
108.958
94.471
47.874
64.848
74.107
45.611
54.322
47.170
166.327
21.893
19.794
30.159
20.244
50.765
4.529.600

58.190
171.843
84.061
88.747
41.562
29.282
115.007
30.453
155.790
734.723
353.254
38.557
538.554
186.005
59.153
87.114
54.901
57.423
38.667
46.008
23.927
42.745
36.543
2.497
14.911
15.945
14.367
-

54,14
58,15
88,66
78,94
63,13
71,10

3.120.229

68,89

71,20

94,10
82,68
85,92
76,23
74,22
85,49
79,55
96,40
84,83
50,39
60,78
80,77
70,95

52,46
78,69
77,47
1,50
68,11

52,87
70,97

Annex 4.2
COVERAGE OF THE FOURTH VISIT (K4) OF PREGNANT WOMAN, HIGH-RISK PREGNANT WOMAN AND DELIVERY ASSISTED BY HEALTH PROVIDERS
BY PROVINCE
2004
Pregnant Woman
No

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Total

K4

Total High-Risk

Referred High
Risks

Total

Asissted By
Health
Personnel

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

Province

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Delivery Mother

114.273
295.370
103.989
124.241
64.084
32.585
117.699
179.467
16.628
33.347
202.824
1.004.247
743.572
55.848
696.937
271.474
129.917
108.425
78.456
91.627
54.455
73.138
71.769
46.598
56.047
112.221
38.089
6.004
11.254
6.707
17.042
10.877

78.749
231.722
85.641
103.814
50.270
26.283
101.648
149.498
14.433
28.091
145.075
778.271
428.237
40.882
541.423
197.631
118.278
86.655
46.523
74.759
40.699
54.368
57.082
32.055
47.682
83.320
27.973
3.173
8.773
5.700
7.965
6.187

68,91
78,45
82,36
83,56
78,44
80,66
86,36
83,30
86,80
84,24
71,53
77,50
57,59
73,20
77,69
72,80
91,04
79,92
59,30
81,59
74,74
74,34
79,54
68,79
85,08
74,25
73,44
52,85
77,95
84,99
46,74
56,88

30.582
33.452
20.882
49.866
25.941
2.685
10.559
25.555
6.876
15.654
37.463
390.292
224.845
13.417
184.461
119.806
18.723
45.534
12.693
50.720
9.454
26.719
26.001
8.214
28.302
11.522
5.243
1.338
0
1.295
733
2.892

2.230
8.494
6.515
18.717
2.376
142
4.826
2.499
243
3.571
35.721
52.923
51.030
3.535
75.946
15.776
3.017
14.826
2.981
5.756
2.563
7.054
6.767
2.906
5.134
5.752
1.472
99
0
350
127
158

7,29
25,39
31,20
37,53
9,16
5,29
45,71
9,78
3,53
22,81
95,35
13,56
22,70
26,35
41,17
13,17
16,11
32,56
23,49
11,35
27,11
26,40
26,03
35,38
18,14
49,92
28,08
7,40
0,00
27,03
17,33
5,46

79.106
275.597
98.809
103.864
50.230
20.412
112.461
168.188
15.706
33.419
489.390
939.726
485.577
53.240
552.167
258.148
124.015
99.029
65.605
88.072
48.359
70.423
68.058
42.647
53.004
102.908
35.337
5.507
11.174
6.441
20.872
10.434

62.529
212.030
8.037
73.488
39.429
15.104
90.742
125.732
13.460
27.456
153.732
632.448
389.159
38.886
470.472
165.869
113.605
55.972
46.193
61.523
36.858
55.325
47.117
31.367
42.621
77.026
24.678
2.738
7.239
4.782
8.735
6.515

79,04
76,93
8,13
70,75
78,50
74,00
80,69
74,76
85,70
82,16
31,41
67,30
80,14
73,04
85,20
64,25
91,61
56,52
70,41
69,86
76,22
78,56
69,23
73,55
80,41
74,85
69,84
49,72
64,78
74,24
41,85
62,44

3.887.528

2.832.711

72,87

1.219.667

293.893

24,10

3.630.133

2.472.860

68,12

Source: Dit. Family Health, MoH RI


Remarks: (-) not available

Target 2005 = 78%


Target 2010 = 95%

Target 2005 = 25%


Target 2010 = 100%

Target 2005 = 77%


Target 2010 = 90%

Annex 4.3
COVERAGE OF NEONATUS AND INFANT VISITS
BY PROVINCE
2004

No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Neonatus

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Infant

Total

NV

Number of Infants

Visit

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

34.648
242.250
94.815
89.235
66.984
25.196
108.160
132.881
15.360
30.221
13.728
889.531
484.981
49.076
621.440
257.173
118.622
93.843
69.053
80.774
46.916
64.935
47.288
37.525
51.873
100.809
34.222
3.014
10.231
6.174
20.085
10.369
3.951.412

25.559
196.124
84.061
73.931
42.296
18.772
93.741
112.947
13.048
27.146
13.728
726.552
409.132
38.842
503.813
196.751
114.275
74.391
60.921
55.392
39.172
58.764
37.117
27.953
42.857
85.259
27.412
2.497
8.093
5.251
7.727
4.898
3.228.422

73,77
80,96
88,66
82,85
63,14
74,50
86,67
85,00
84,95
89,82
100,00
81,68
84,36
79,15
81,07
76,51
96,34
79,27
88,22
68,58
83,49
90,50
78,49
74,49
82,62
84,57
80,10
82,85
79,10
85,05
38,47
47,24
81,70

44.445
263.661
94.815
66.248
49.379
24.694
108.043
116.559
15.376
6.146
12.914
876.793
525.100
32.071
608.910
250.148
114.561
59.408
63.610
71.941
45.129
56.017
36.510
35.314
42.429
101.874
24.965
8.478
10.231
6.174
12.446
10.094
3.794.483

31.248
200.757
80.119
54.598
37.652
18.896
88.204
95.710
10.035
4.702
12.611
569.845
443.523
21.685
562.495
173.785
109.583
54.265
46.743
49.789
41.200
41.531
23.358
28.040
33.687
71.562
19.118
4.953
7.393
4.507
12.433
5.572
2.959.599

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from DistrMunic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

70,31
76,14
84,50
82,41
76,25
76,52
81,64
82,11
65,26
76,51
97,65
64,99
84,46
67,62
92,38
69,47
95,65
91,34
73,48
69,21
91,29
74,14
63,98
79,40
79,40
70,25
76,58
58,42
72,26
73,00
99,90
55,20
78,00

Annex 4.4
COVERAGE OF INFANTS, UNDERFIVE AND PREGNANT WOMAN WHO GET HEALTH SERVICE
BY PROVINCE
2004
Underfive
No

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Mal Nutrition Underfive

Total

Get Vit A 2
x

Total

Get 90 Fe
Tablet

Total

Addition
Food of
Milk BreastFeeding

Total

Get
Treatment

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

12.907
22.639
1.242
14.809
2.969
10.173
16.553
26.613
750
5.668
964
30.926
68.128
2.181
102.642
7.169
3.814
21.565
9.052
33.840
3.408
4.966
7.372
2.285
4.462
6.723
7.790
489
948
1.107
18.250
4.394
456.798

24,67
75,25
100,00
76,16
99,70
90,44
45,98
74,33
100,00
81,19
17,85
32,98
62,52
100,00
98,54
74,77
38,58
71,07
41,31
96,79
54,53
88,24
81,61
81,32
79,51
96,61
61,10
53,50
56,56
95,18
99,95
56,89
65,56

2.356
9.142
1.635
848
641
109
810
850
874
13.346
45.871
14.752
4.986
33.146
17.125
7.059
378
10.340
8.488
94.401
21
880
3.528
81
713
1.444
5.105
166
249
46
53
766
280.209

Province

(2)

Under red-lines infant of Poor


Household

Pregnant Woman

173.042
149.873
926.870
822.798
433.202
373.964
538.074
448.143
254.651
203.134
113.613
80.606
391.099
278.465
773.477
433.387
60.679
48.201
144.801
102.464
124.284
123.718
3.421.327
2.897.951
1.830.591
1.680.600
183.709
175.299
2.496.294
2.020.171
887.913
740.797
816.915
455.236
409.362
396.183
243.437
168.884
437.527
297.947
205.226
168.921
306.790
267.892
319.891
222.034
179.228
143.408
244.674
200.016
415.782
341.509
139.163
99.733
19.587
13.455
69.099
52.900
26.005
21.434
80.029
50.993
42.162
28.652
16.708.503 13.508.768

86,61
88,77
86,33
83,29
79,77
70,95
71,20
56,03
79,44
70,76
99,54
84,70
91,81
95,42
80,93
83,43
55,73
96,78
69,37
68,10
82,31
87,32
69,41
80,01
81,75
82,14
71,67
68,69
76,56
82,42
63,72
67,96
80,85

39.019
266.152
103.435
127.929
45.199
29.962
117.720
163.836
16.628
33.603
5.401
953.605
607.690
56.340
677.554
310.186
199.471
107.385
73.457
77.977
54.965
73.615
85.148
51.418
55.722
111.757
36.232
5.395
16.994
6.707
22.179
11.161
4.543.842

14.630
201.382
78.308
97.649
30.105
18.679
83.474
117.276
13.832
29.803
142
703.946
408.740
32.822
503.342
203.660
172.240
86.776
43.515
53.031
40.627
57.092
53.637
37.646
43.781
82.663
25.529
2.744
12.393
2.415
14.373
5.595
3.271.847

37,49
75,66
75,71
76,33
66,61
62,34
70,91
71,58
83,18
88,69
2,63
73,82
67,26
58,26
74,29
65,66
86,35
80,81
59,24
68,01
73,91
77,55
62,99
73,22
78,57
73,97
70,46
50,86
72,93
36,01
64,80
50,13
72,01

52.321
30.086
1.242
19.444
2.978
11.248
36.000
35.803
750
6.981
5.401
93.769
108.970
2.181
104.167
9.588
9.887
30.342
21.912
34.962
6.250
5.628
9.033
2.810
5.612
6.959
12.749
914
1.676
1.163
18.260
7.724
696.810

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from DistrMunic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

288
7.845
1.635
715
591
85
793
222
97
46
27.614
10.227
2.097
1.300
12.125
6.365
230
1.821
2.739
446
21
880
345
75
427
539
4.801
24
249
44
53
332
85.071

12,22
85,81
100,00
84,32
92,20
77,98
97,90
26,12
11,10
0,34
60,20
69,33
42,06
3,92
70,80
90,17
60,85
17,61
32,27
0,47
100,00
100,00
9,78
92,59
59,89
37,33
94,05
14,46
100,00
95,65
100,00
43,34
30,36

Annex 4.5
COVERAGE OF EARLY DETECTION OF THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF UNDER-FIVES, EXAMINATION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILD
AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH SERVICES
BY PROVINCE IN 2003
Under Five Years and Preschool
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Primary School Students

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Total

Detected

Total

Health
Examined

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Youth
%

Total

Health
Services

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

26.157
930.415
439.815
356.888
235.445
42.812
317.510
830.091
31.487
30.957
0
901.146
1.680.427
189.798
3.793.403
207.543
320.685
250.237
217.527
314.661
113.646
234.998
321.063
150.226
111.853
459.036
124.593
10.490
39.058
26.635
29.761
0

15.053
562.059
178.125
202.999
112.397
7.541
241.573
277.691
21.081
11.465
0
353.156
1.030.731
72.925
1.918.758
18.963
196.118
54.623
53.862
60.106
37.116
81.295
102.799
78.904
18.485
115.395
59.906
2.427
15.496
17.369
2.898
0

57,55
60,41
40,50
56,88
47,74
17,61
76,08
33,45
66,95
37,04
0,00
39,19
61,34
38,42
50,58
9,14
61,16
21,83
24,76
19,10
32,66
34,59
32,02
52,52
16,53
25,14
48,08
23,14
39,67
65,21
9,74
0,00

87.787
986.467
579.477
109.655
102.831
83.608
241.674
1.173.395
31.686
62.282
222.475
1.984.247
1.393.685
27.366
1.724.596
244.863
161.733
328.989
269.033
54.477
44.438
144.730
109.810
120.445
227.767
366.465
46.889
5.031
34.171
20.957
0
1.254

22.737
465.248
322.768
76.132
30.148
20.043
107.567
90.252
27.077
27.570
46.594
507.402
760.996
19.979
831.745
132.742
124.100
63.205
163.979
34.728
35.691
31.140
9.413
65.902
44.560
226.191
38.087
432
23.410
1.343
0
864

25,90
47,16
55,70
69,43
29,32
23,97
44,51
7,69
85,45
44,27
20,94
25,57
54,60
73,01
48,23
54,21
76,73
19,21
60,95
63,75
80,32
21,52
8,57
54,72
19,56
61,72
81,23
8,59
68,51
6,41
0,00
68,90

17.112
833.999
918.532
393.851
6.804
45.641
260.944
314.444
12.346
38.627
0
693.608
1.673.420
0
3.873.069
246.415
26.775
141.916
101.356
150.053
31.356
57.341
400.531
63.811
47.509
227.200
56.991
0
30.117
40.785
0
14.907

482
164.017
304.953
53.946
3.666
9.348
99.082
48.038
9.876
13.867
0
150.772
486.825
0
1.649.855
26.963
10.546
32.894
70.747
12.827
11.624
28.862
227.149
39.844
5.552
74.120
37.333
0
13.740
1.335
0
14.413

2,82
19,67
33,20
13,70
53,88
20,48
37,97
15,28
79,99
35,90
0,00
21,74
29,09
0,00
42,60
10,94
39,39
23,18
69,80
8,55
37,07
50,33
56,71
62,44
11,69
32,62
65,51
0,00
45,62
3,27
0,00
96,69

12.738.363

5.921.316

46,48

10.992.283

4.352.045

39,59

10.719.460

3.602.676

33,61

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from DistrMunic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

Annex 4.6
COVERAGE OF ACTIVE FAMILY PLANNING ACCEPTORS
BY PROVINCE
2004

No

Province

Number of Eligible Couple

(1)

(2)

(3)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya

Indonesia

Active PA Acceptor

Active Family Planning Acceptors

Total

(4)

(5)

426.265
1.607.393
695.854
867.944
300.097
195.187
764.456
1.082.447
91.576
250.523
906.735
6.463.242
4.518.002
509.481
8.983.730
1.786.707
490.988
789.861
346.196
545.887
244.230
430.765
449.045
328.713
0
1.351.404
170.913
43.817
0
146.616
48.725
15.037
60.838

222.376
992.645
446.500
393.981
212.653
155.697
578.082
719.624
70.099
91.582
417.184
4.670.486
3.281.042
454.997
4.881.123
1.288.707
398.471
555.376
181.413
492.169
178.031
330.677
322.122
232.286
0
549.624
110.674
34.237
0
98.638
16.133
13.620
38.233

52,17
61,75
64,17
45,39
70,86
79,77
75,62
66,48
76,55
36,56
46,01
72,26
72,62
89,31
54,33
72,13
81,16
70,31
52,40
90,16
72,89
76,77
71,73
70,67
0,00
40,67
64,75
78,14
0,00
67,28
33,11
90,58
62,84

34.912.674

22.428.482

64,24

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from DistrMunic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

Annex 4.7
PROPORTION OF WOMAN AGED 15-49 YEARS AND STILL MARRIED WHO WERE USING CONTRACEPTIVE
BY PROVINCE AND REGION, 2004

No
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Urban

Rural

(3)
50,85
45,02
47,23
49,68
55,22
58,23
67,49
60,88
63,43
55,81
60,13
60,06
59,82
60,03
61,93
63,46
56,21
36,93
56,78
66,00
63,67
57,14
62,85
52,26
39,30
39,68
56,22
44,54
33,55
44,13
57,55

(4)
38,85
42,20
48,30
50,19
63,19
59,29
67,84
65,00
66,78
60,73
64,32
63,66
55,42
54,96
70,07
54,85
32,28
57,87
63,74
65,21
57,84
76,64
52,76
39,28
43,24
50,22
18,72
33,03
36,97
56,10

Urban +
Rural
(5)
42,20
43,43
47,99
49,96
61,03
58,94
67,74
64,12
65,41
55,81
60,42
62,64
61,53
57,25
58,85
66,68
55,33
33,05
57,59
64,40
64,64
57,46
71,42
52,66
39,28
42,50
58,46
26,05
33,16
38,64
56,71
`

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistic 2004

Annex 4.8
PROPORTION OF WOMAN AGED 15-49 YEARS AND STILL MARRIED WHO HAVE EVER USED CONTRACEPTIVE
BY PROVINCE AND REGION, 2004

No

Province

(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistic 2004

Urban
(3)
67,61
60,70
66,28
65,50
70,17
72,89
82,73
77,80
78,30
71,83
76,67
75,92
74,49
74,84
74,13
76,16
77,72
57,12
70,90
79,98
78,70
74,31
79,47
69,05
55,07
52,51
74,44
59,24
46,07
51,56
73,15

Rural
(4)
53,64
55,33
64,01
62,15
77,53
73,06
78,95
78,80
80,57
77,43
79,79
79,71
70,75
70,10
82,23
73,02
49,59
73,75
75,83
79,32
71,83
87,95
69,45
54,61
59,32
72,80
25,46
43,94
47,25
71,11

Urban +
Rural
(5)
57,54
57,67
64,67
63,64
75,54
73,00
79,99
78,58
79,64
71,83
77,04
78,27
76,81
72,37
72,35
79,12
74,69
50,83
73,02
77,05
79,09
73,16
84,74
69,37
54,74
57,90
73,21
35,05
44,49
48,25
71,97

Annex 4.9
PERCENTAGE OF WOMAN AGED 15-49 YEARS AND STILL MARRIED
BY CONTRACEPTIVE METHOD BEING USED AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban + Rural
No

Province

Tubectomy

Vasectomy

Intra Uterine

Contraceptive Method Being Used


Injection
Implant
Pill

Condom

Others

Traditional

(9)

(10)

(11)

Total

Devices

(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

(3)

(4)
0,49
4,90
1,46
0,74
0,82
1,09
1,42
1,41
1,10
1,78
1,79
4,58
3,83
4,98
1,13
4,47
1,27
1,93
0,82
0,35
0,92
1,98
1,75
1,16
1,15
1,10
0,57
1,43
0,93
1,73
2,81

(5)
0,18
1,12
1,38
0,61
0,59
0,82
0,77
0,88
0,72
0,73
0,69
0,86
1,63
0,75
0,56
0,72
0,34
0,79
0,37
0,34
0,42
1,14
0,50
0,29
0,47
0,42
0,94
0,48
0,38
0,74

3,39
6,40
11,43
3,44
4,17
3,14
3,80
6,38
4,23
12,47
9,28
9,16
30,30
12,45
8,27
45,23
7,56
13,93
2,95
1,85
1,86
8,52
13,55
5,98
3,59
3,49
12,50
4,37
3,42
2,25
9,64

(6)
53,93
42,84
58,84
52,91
52,39
60,16
54,80
55,89
44,84
55,65
59,33
62,72
42,96
53,07
64,29
36,77
55,87
53,84
50,70
35,71
39,20
37,29
45,24
45,64
51,54
39,01
35,12
63,43
52,02
36,85
54,92

(7)
1,11
4,48
6,42
2,82
5,29
12,22
11,22
8,19
3,99
2,21
2,24
8,83
4,28
5,50
5,29
1,09
14,04
6,97
2,66
4,04
4,16
2,68
9,35
6,22
5,39
14,36
11,74
6,74
8,63
3,86
5,55
`

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistic, 2004

(8)
37,62
36,43
18,84
36,30
35,02
20,80
26,21
25,52
43,85
25,29
25,88
12,84
12,23
21,94
19,70
10,82
19,85
16,35
41,33
56,02
52,70
46,81
27,81
39,04
35,12
37,46
36,46
21,17
32,22
16,70
24,52

0,31
1,45
0,76
0,94
0,14
0,50
0,65
0,50
0,20
0,67
0,31
0,46
1,83
0,35
0,10
0,34
0,02
0,41
0,53
0,26
0,18
0,57
0,12
0,07
0,23
0,06
0,08
0,31
0,44

0,14
0,42
0,06
0,46
0,12
0,19
0,47
0,33
0,13
0,31
0,10
0,10
0,70
0,12
0,10
0,15
0,24
0,25
0,10
0,12
0,06
0,31
0,42
0,05
0,34
0,30
0,17

2,83
1,98
0,78
1,79
1,45
1,11
0,66
0,89
0,92
0,90
0,37
0,45
2,24
0,83
0,57
0,41
0,81
5,52
0,56
1,31
0,51
0,70
1,26
1,59
2,45
4,10
2,25
2,37
2,78
37,63
1,23

(12)
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 4.9a
PERCENTAGE OF WOMAN AGED 15-49 YEARS AND STILL MARRIED
BY CONTRACEPTIVE METHOD BEING USED AND PROVINCE, 2004
Urban
No

Province

Tubectomy

Vasectomy

Intra Uterine

Contraceptive Method Being Used


Injection
Implant
Pill

Condom

Others

Traditional

(9)

(10)

(11)

Total

Devices

(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
INDONESIA

Source : BPS-Statistic Indonesia, Welfare Statistic, 2004

(3)

(4)
0,50
5,15
2,37
0,93
0,96
1,85
2,49
2,26
2,30
1,78
1,99
5,98
4,58
5,94
1,35
4,44
1,58
2,69
1,78
0,54
1,25
2,56
2,37
1,84
1,04
0,97
0,71
1,93
2,90
1,68
3,36

(5)
0,21
1,30
3,30
0,61
0,66
1,14
1,09
0,84
0,73
0,75
0,80
2,81
0,86
0,77
0,82
0,34
0,67
0,57
0,55
0,49
1,17
0,84
0,87
0,27
1,11
0,39
0,90
0,85

5,90
7,94
17,81
6,28
5,09
5,19
6,05
7,25
9,20
12,47
13,44
10,31
34,23
14,20
12,19
41,12
10,90
24,08
7,81
1,54
2,90
11,79
11,93
7,83
8,79
7,45
24,06
5,37
2,69
5,58
12,58

(6)
51,60
40,87
52,10
52,63
54,10
58,53
52,67
56,52
41,23
55,65
55,85
61,74
37,29
50,67
58,52
38,23
53,85
49,51
53,82
42,72
41,95
38,87
51,15
42,95
51,64
34,94
31,35
68,35
57,95
54,40
53,52

(7)
1,54
3,58
3,62
1,88
5,11
7,49
7,24
4,79
4,22
2,21
1,63
5,96
1,75
3,39
2,13
1,00
11,02
2,49
2,91
2,38
1,81
2,60
5,37
7,08
2,77
7,14
5,49
3,55
3,96
6,20
3,32

(8)
35,60
37,16
18,97
32,60
32,65
22,13
27,05
23,94
40,22
25,29
25,27
13,16
12,93
23,04
24,05
13,10
21,54
15,18
31,35
49,99
50,75
40,71
27,13
37,65
32,10
46,86
35,47
19,85
31,54
28,04
24,35

0,39
1,46
1,01
1,83
0,46
0,91
1,72
0,91
0,52
0,67
0,50
1,01
2,36
0,76
0,18
0,39
0,26
0,96
0,66
0,36
0,88
0,18
0,37
0,25
0,26
0,89
0,74

0,23
0,37
0,08
0,88
0,34
0,32
0,71
1,00
0,34
0,31
0,09
0,12
1,21
0,12
0,07
0,25
0,19
0,16
0,20
0,09
0,37
0,89
0,03
0,24
0,32
0,22

4,04
2,18
0,75
2,36
0,62
2,45
2,06
2,23
1,13
0,90
0,48
0,92
2,83
1,03
0,74
0,65
0,58
5,13
0,65
1,41
0,41
1,05
0,15
1,41
3,12
2,37
1,58
0,55
0,95
2,01
1,07

(12)
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 4.9b
PERCENTAGE OF WOMAN AGED 15-49 YEARS AND STILL MARRIED
BY CONTRACEPTIVE METHOD BEING USED AND PROVINCE, 2004
Rural
No

Province

Tubectomy

Vasectomy

Intra Uterine

Contraceptive Method Being Used


Injection
Implant
Pill

Condom

Others

Traditional

(9)

(10)

(11)

Total

Devices

(1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

(2)
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia
Source : BPS-Statistic Indoensia, Welfare Statistic, 2004

(3)

(4)
0,49
4,69
1,10
0,58
0,77
0,73
1,02
1,19
0,32
1,57
3,73
2,94
4,30
0,81
4,49
1,10
1,76
0,49
0,27
0,73
1,32
1,43
1,00
1,20
1,13
0,53
0,96
0,24
1,74
2,39

(5)
0,17
0,96
0,61
0,62
0,57
0,66
1,06
0,83
0,65
0,63
0,90
0,25
0,68
0,27
0,62
0,33
0,82
0,30
0,25
0,38
1,10
0,34
0,15
0,55
0,52
0,89
0,56
0,19
0,66

2,11
5,12
8,88
1,18
3,88
2,16
2,95
6,16
0,97
4,96
8,45
25,68
11,21
2,66
49,14
5,66
11,64
1,31
1,99
1,26
4,76
14,36
5,53
1,47
2,54
8,78
3,43
3,68
1,04
7,42

(6)
55,11
44,46
61,55
53,13
51,84
60,93
55,61
55,74
47,21
62,95
63,31
49,61
54,78
72,52
35,38
57,02
54,82
49,64
32,70
37,61
35,47
42,28
46,30
51,51
40,00
36,33
58,79
49,92
30,47
55,97

(7)
0,90
5,21
7,54
3,56
5,35
14,46
12,73
9,05
3,84
2,87
10,58
7,25
7,00
9,79
1,18
15,74
7,98
2,57
4,76
5,51
2,77
11,34
6,01
6,46
16,11
13,75
9,76
10,28
3,02
7,23

(8)
38,65
35,83
18,79
39,24
35,79
20,16
25,88
25,93
46,23
26,52
12,65
11,40
21,17
13,49
8,65
18,90
16,61
44,69
58,61
53,82
53,83
28,14
39,39
36,35
35,19
36,78
22,42
32,46
12,57
24,46

0,27
1,45
0,67
0,23
0,04
0,30
0,25
0,40
0,12
0,13
1,22
0,06
0,29
0,03
0,45
0,38
0,08
0,08
0,21
0,10
0,23
0,01
0,10
0,10
0,21

0,10
0,46
0,06
0,13
0,05
0,13
0,38
0,15
0,11
0,09
0,11
0,12
0,13
0,06
0,28
0,31
0,07
0,08
0,04
0,25
0,19
0,06
0,37
0,29
0,13

2,21
1,82
0,80
1,33
1,73
0,47
0,12
0,55
0,79
0,26
0,16
1,55
0,69
0,32
0,19
0,94
5,61
0,53
1,26
0,57
0,29
1,81
1,63
2,18
4,52
2,47
4,08
3,42
80,58
1,35

(12)
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

Annex 4.10
NUMBER AND PROPORTION OF CUMULATIVE NEW FAMILY PLANNING ACCEPTORS
BY SERVICE LOCATION AND PROVINCE 2004
Clinic
No.

Provinsi

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Government
Acceptors
%

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : National Family Planning Coordinating Board

Private
Acceptors
%
(5)

(6)

Private Practicioners

Private Practicing
Nurses

Total

Acceptors

Acceptors

Acceptors

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

30,88
11,32
39,19
36,73
26,57
29,39
31,16
29,61
9,49
34,28
32,26
44,59
45,14
38,04
15,99
54,06
14,49
1,36
26,22
22,88
40,82
26,17
28,94
7,83
14,80
7,83
10,25
10,27
4,70

8.427
16.515
6.482
10.700
6.365
18.015
3.620
14.440
9.138
14.599
58.806
55.969
3.301
56.582
13.402
4.332
9.043
5.903
9.943
1.879
5.656
2.618
1.990
3.842
9.129
3.842
1.941
3.019
741
915

100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00

30,77

361.154

100,00

(3)

(4)

4.970
12.287
3.761
6.152
4.282
11.520
2.284
9.282
7.499
6.634
29.191
26.615
1.349
32.212
8.063
1.621
7.213
5.749
6.707
1.346
3.211
1.472
947
3.529
7.427
3.529
1.588
2.665
741
856

58,98
74,40
58,02
57,50
67,27
63,95
63,09
64,28
82,06
45,44
49,64
47,55
40,87
56,93
60,16
37,42
79,76
97,39
67,45
71,63
56,77
56,23
47,59
91,85
81,36
91,85
81,81
88,27
100,00
93,55

564
2.135
73
234
37
768
16
538
634
1.597
8.925
2.379
415
1.751
3.037
90
366
61
496
67
112
253
258
3
232
3
132
37
-

6,69
12,93
1,13
2,19
0,58
4,26
0,44
3,73
6,94
10,94
15,18
4,25
12,57
3,09
22,66
2,08
4,05
1,03
4,99
3,57
1,98
9,66
12,96
0,08
2,54
0,08
6,80
1,23
-

291
224
108
384
355
433
192
345
138
1.364
1.717
2.019
47
1.097
159
279
154
13
133
36
24
208
209
9
119
9
22
7
16

3,45
1,36
1,67
3,59
5,58
2,40
5,30
2,39
1,51
9,34
2,92
3,61
1,42
1,94
1,19
6,44
1,70
0,22
1,34
1,92
0,42
7,94
10,50
0,23
1,30
0,23
1,13
0,23
1,75

2.602
1.869
2.540
3.930
1.691
5.294
1.128
4.275
867
5.004
18.973
24.956
1.490
21.522
2.143
2.342
1.310
80
2.607
430
2.309
685
576
301
1.351
301
199
310
43

214.702

59,45

25.213

6,98

10.111

2,80

111.128

Annex 4.11
UCI (UNIVERSAL CHILD IMMUNIZATION) VILLAGE ACHIEVEMENT
BY PROVINCE 2004
No.

Province

Total Village

UCI Village

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Source : Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH

6.180
5.464
2.567
1.625
1.186
2.681
1.261
2.161
317
278
5.798
8.052
438
8.441
1.543
695
778
2.591
1.452
1.324
1.955
1.334
1.214
1.447
3.222
1.554
447
720
1.017
67.742

1.476
4.397
1.922
1.325
986
2.181
890
1.988
242
220
4.269
7.107
438
4.928
1.153
691
703
2.000
885
708
1.297
960
841
1.044
2.370
1.215
249
195
356
47.036

23,88
80,47
74,87
81,54
83,14
81,35
70,58
91,99
76,34
79,14
73,63
88,26
100,00
58,38
74,72
99,42
90,36
77,19
60,95
53,47
66,34
71,96
69,28
72,15
73,56
78,19
55,70
27,08
35,00
69,43

Annex 4.12
PERCENTAGE OF UCI (UNIVERSAL CHILD IMMUNIZATION) COVERAGE IN VILLAGES
BY PROVINCE
2004

No

Province

Number of Villages

UCI Villages

% UCI Villages

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

3.600
3.646
2.581
1.438
1.109
770
1.379
2.140
159
206
65
5.467
6.826
438
8.322
1.666
1.318
707
1.558
1.202
1.229
1.673
1.172
1.022
1.570
1.533
1.096
52
0
768
139
523
4.019
59.393

1.664
2.783
1.875
1.163
892
530
1.232
1.994
133
179
55
4.335
5.358
438
6.243
1.241
1.303
638
961
883
806
1.209
815
777
1.059
1.028
926
40
0
353
81
222
3.607

44.823

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Districts/Municipalitis and Province Health Office
per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

46,22
76,33
72,65
80,88
80,43
68,83
89,34
93,18
83,65
86,89
84,62
79,29
78,49
100,00
75,02
74,49
98,86
90,24
61,68
73,46
65,58
72,27
69,54
76,03
67,45
67,06
84,49
76,92
0,00
45,96
58,27
42,45
89,75
75,47

Annex 4.13
BASIC IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE TO INFANTS
BY PROVINCE, 2004

No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bangka Belitung Islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Banten
Central Java
D.I.Y
East Java
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Target
(3)

106.659
299.001
95.217
141.525
63.302
167.781
24.237
36.721
169.846
196.244
851.548
233.857
610.045
51.064
626.257
94.788
47.700
72.788
69.667
44.920
21.736
51.792
186.028
51.700
61.411
106.771
121.417
31.041
21.479
61.091
4.717.633

BCG

DPT1

Total

Total

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

81.691
296.971
94.785
140.282
61.246
160.477
21.497
33.828
162.807
220.070
839.403
214.594
605.648
52.066
650.379
91.351
43.119
70.113
65.953
45.766
21.688
51.565
185.295
46.851
63.405
96.926
113.995
23.357
18.518
46.076
4.619.722

Source : Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH

76,59
99,32
99,55
99,12
96,75
95,65
88,69
92,12
95,86
112,14
98,57
91,76
99,28
101,96
103,85
96,37
90,40
96,32
94,67
101,88
99,78
99,56
99,61
90,62
103,25
90,78
93,89
75,25
86,21
75,42
97,92

83.406
295.901
91.031
139.739
64.119
166.306
22.058
37.481
162.968
227.496
827.417
209.621
598.353
49.561
644.099
90.902
39.554
68.188
63.587
43.950
21.846
51.402
173.915
44.686
63.960
103.821
117.327
22.289
20.449
39.721
4.585.153

78,20
98,96
95,60
98,74
101,29
99,12
91,01
102,07
95,95
115,93
97,17
89,64
98,08
97,06
102,85
95,90
82,92
93,68
91,27
97,84
100,51
99,25
93,49
86,43
104,15
97,24
96,63
71,81
95,20
65,02
97,19

Infants immunization
Polio1
Polio3
Total
%
Total
%
(8)

88.311
296.357
96.898
141.608
64.084
167.095
21.519
34.469
162.105
175.227
845.073
219.396
606.506
50.854
664.670
86.963
43.215
69.918
66.592
44.640
22.651
53.206
190.394
43.004
62.494
101.948
116.885
22.012
21.428
42.901
4.622.423

(9)

(10)

82,80
76.289
99,12
277.118
101,77
86.517
100,06
132.730
101,24
61.428
99,59
154.038
88,79
20.377
93,87
32.714
95,44
158.391
89,29
215.083
99,24
793.884
93,82
202.469
99,42
572.694
99,59
48.307
106,13
618.372
91,74
84.248
90,60
40.279
96,06
64.410
95,59
61.318
99,38
41.126
104,21
19.696
102,73
46.973
102,35
173.699
83,18
39.404
101,76
61.245
95,48
96.235
96,27
110.768
70,91
20.599
99,76
17.395
70,22
34.469
97,98 4.362.275

(11)

Polio4
Total
%
(12)

71,53
70.097
92,68
264.482
90,86
82.714
93,79
132.716
97,04
60.959
91,81
152.870
84,07
20.657
89,09
30.252
93,26
158.660
109,60
197.670
93,23
769.152
86,58
198.699
93,88
568.251
94,60
47.642
98,74
624.662
88,88
80.914
84,44
39.435
88,49
62.661
88,02
59.203
91,55
40.053
90,61
19.509
90,70
46.727
93,37
166.530
76,22
41.933
99,73
61.126
90,13
96.704
91,23
107.023
66,36
20.972
80,99
15.899
56,42
31.777
92,47 4.269.949

(13)

65,72
88,46
86,87
93,78
96,30
91,11
85,23
82,38
93,41
100,73
90,32
84,97
93,15
93,30
99,75
85,36
82,67
86,09
84,98
89,17
89,75
90,22
89,52
81,11
99,54
90,57
88,14
67,56
74,02
52,02
90,51

Measles
Total
%
(14)

71.452
274.986
82.956
132.202
60.420
151.761
20.802
31.227
158.595
204.172
797.553
203.275
574.275
48.365
613.631
81.178
39.475
63.625
60.440
41.827
19.696
46.672
167.292
42.249
61.003
96.943
110.759
21.565
16.918
34.341
4.329.655

(15)

66,99
91,97
87,12
93,41
95,45
90,45
85,83
85,04
93,38
104,04
93,66
86,92
94,14
94,71
97,98
85,64
82,76
87,41
86,76
93,11
90,61
90,11
89,93
81,72
99,34
90,80
91,22
69,47
78,77
56,21
91,78

DO
%
(16)

14,33
7,07
8,87
5,39
5,77
8,75
5,69
16,69
2,68
10,25
3,61
3,03
4,02
2,41
4,73
10,70
0,20
6,69
4,95
4,83
9,84
9,20
3,81
5,45
4,62
6,62
5,60
3,25
17,27
13,54
5,57

Annex 4.14
HEPATITIS B IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE TO INFANTS
BY PROVINCE , 2004

No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bangka Belitung Islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Banten
Central Java
D.I.Y
East Java
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Target
(3)

106.659
299.001
95.217
141.525
63.302
167.781
24.237
36.721
169.846
196.244
851.548
233.857
610.045
51.064
626.257
94.788
47.700
72.788
69.667
44.920
21.736
51.792
186.028
51.700
61.411
106.771
121.417
31.041
21.479
61.091
4.717.633

HB1 (0-7 Hr)


Total
%
(4)

4.331
98.885
33.853
48.191
27.145
45.186
4.992
15.481
52.587
49.333
344.316
50.561
373.228
37.483
387.951
5.970
8.884
13.129
13.004
20.922
8.476
9.991
76.904
18.906
31.511
76.802
27.381
0
2.568
1.935
1.889.906

Source : Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH

(5)

4,06
33,07
35,55
34,05
42,88
26,93
20,60
42,16
30,96
25,14
40,43
21,62
61,18
73,40
61,95
6,30
18,62
18,04
18,67
46,58
39,00
19,29
41,34
36,57
51,31
71,93
22,55
0,00
11,96
3,17
40,06

HB1 (>7 Hr)


Total
%
(6)

66.792
174.087
66.645
91.943
37.883
115.589
19.536
20.035
108.380
180.623
497.538
156.315
263.187
17.533
293.631
70.748
36.461
50.632
49.165
25.395
17.747
41.309
127.306
28.342
32.167
21.374
79.403
0
12.803
13.421
2.715.990

(7)

Immunization Status
HB1 (Total)
Total
%
(8)

62,62
71.123
58,22
272.972
69,99
100.498
64,97
140.134
59,84
65.028
68,89
160.775
80,60
24.528
54,56
35.516
63,81
160.967
92,04
229.956
58,43
841.854
66,84
206.876
43,14
636.415
34,34
55.016
46,89
681.582
74,64
76.718
76,44
45.345
69,56
63.761
70,57
62.169
56,53
46.317
81,65
26.223
79,76
51.300
68,43
204.210
54,82
47.248
52,38
63.678
20,02
98.176
65,40
106.784
0,00
18.816
59,61
15.371
21,97
36.904
57,57 4.646.260

(9)

HB2
Total

(10)

(11)

66,68
65.503
91,29
240.210
105,55
84.833
99,02
109.459
102,73
56.807
95,82
146.217
101,20
19.138
96,72
26.781
94,77
146.363
117,18
183.402
98,86
671.674
88,46
167.178
104,32
509.179
107,74
46.709
108,83
581.791
80,94
70.026
95,06
38.764
87,60
58.002
89,24
61.850
103,11
35.012
120,64
19.195
99,05
47.493
109,77
158.615
91,39
36.585
103,69
62.195
91,95
100.347
87,95
97.927
60,62
17.809
71,56
11.068
60,41
32.568
98,49 3.902.700

HB3
Total
(12)

61,41
58.261
80,34 237.143
89,09
79.515
77,34 110.516
89,74
55.670
87,15 141.796
78,96
19.319
72,93
25.098
86,17 146.087
93,46 181.129
78,88 653.047
71,49 161.461
83,47 505.053
91,47
46.392
92,90
11.614
73,88
67.010
81,27
36.742
79,69
56.613
88,78
58.095
77,94
33.079
88,31
18.032
91,70
47.493
85,26 152.279
70,76
38.561
101,28
61.828
93,98
95.850
80,65
96.766
57,37
17.623
51,53
8.968
53,31
29.149
82,73 3.250.189

%
(13)

54,62
79,31
83,51
78,09
87,94
84,51
79,71
68,35
86,01
92,30
76,69
69,04
82,79
90,85
1,85
70,69
77,03
77,78
83,39
73,64
82,96
91,70
81,86
74,59
100,68
89,77
79,70
56,77
41,75
47,71
68,89

Annex 4.15
DROP OUT DPT1 IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE - MEASLES TO INFANTS BY PROVINCE
1998 - 2004
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

1998

1999

2000

Year
2001

2002

2003

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

4,3
4,6
8,7
10,1
3,1
16,1
8,4
5,1
13,6
7,6
8,5
4,5
5,9
5,1
5,3
16,6
9,9
7,5
7,8
9,4
2,9
10,2
2,5
9,1
1,7
21,8
7,8

13,2
5,5
12,0
10,7
7,4
10,5
11,7
9,5
11,1
6,7
8,4
8,3
9,8
8,7
7,7
23,7
8,9
10,5
10,1
8,3
7,2
12,3
11,7
9,7
3,2
18,1
9,1

16,8
5,8
9,4
4,2
5,9
8,3
7,4
1,1
10,4
5,5
7,0
1,5
7,9
8,9
1,3
13,8
9,6
8,3
8,1
11,2
12,4
7,0
10,9
12,1
9,9
16,9
7,4

15,6
6,6
9,2
8,6
5,7
9,0
3,9
5,0
6,0
0,6
6,3
6,7
5,3
30,3
4,7
14,2
2,9
4,9
12,5
7,5
6,2
10,1
5,4
8,9
9,6
8,2
7,8
2,1
15,6
19,3
10,1

7,7
6,6
6,8
7,4
6,2
8,7
5,7
7,5
3,9
7,3
5,3
3,0
5,7
3,3
4,6
8,1
3,8
9,3
6,4
2,6
9,8
10,3
8,4
9,0
5,6
4,3
9,7
2,9
18,5
8,7
5,8

14,3
8,1
11,6
5,3
8,2
9,3
10,1
3,7
6,9
10,2
5,3
4,0
3,8
7,1
4,0
7,1
6,0
18,8
8,8
9,4
7,9
7,5
11,9
16,3
10,6
11,0
18,4
1,3
9,5
18,0
7,6

16,7
7,6
9,7
5,7
6,1
9,6
20,0
2,8
6,0
11,4
3,7
4,2
2,5
5,0
3,1
4,8
7,1
5,9
12,0
0,2
7,2
5,2
5,1
10,1
4,0
5,8
10,9
3,4
20,9
15,7
5,9

Source : Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH

2004

Annex 4.16
TT IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE TO PREGNANT WOMAN BY PROVINCE, 2004

No

Province

Target

(1)

(2)

(3)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bangka Belitung islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Banten
Central Java
D.I.Y
East Java
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

TT1
Total

(4)

(5)

114.636
71.979
329.957
229.009
103.999
82.512
155.679
79.116
69.386
53.191
170.041
136.037
26.542
23.835
42.237
27.246
186.000
157.660
214.405
130.821
936.703
836.333
249.476
197.415
829.576
402.813
56.768
34.670
680.259
498.405
104.208
63.007
53.459
41.119
90.458
61.159
76.327
37.360
49.412
34.736
23.782
20.921
57.546
47.184
204.208
167.469
67.545
22.131
67.228
50.879
118.635
100.084
118.961
29.979
34.097
26.454
23.343
18.633
5.254.873 3.682.157

Source : Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH


Coverage up to July 2005

Pregnant Woman Immunization


TT2
Repetition TT
Total
%
Total
%
(6)

62,79
61.061
69,41 178.660
79,34
69.160
50,82
68.408
76,66
49.437
80,00 128.207
89,80
22.017
64,51
25.297
84,76 153.208
61,02 124.508
89,28 763.397
79,13 180.254
48,56 381.433
61,07
32.114
73,27 448.152
60,46
57.398
76,92
36.790
67,61
56.020
48,95
31.828
70,30
32.416
87,97
17.987
81,99
43.293
82,01 168.362
32,76
24.175
75,68
47.574
84,36
94.610
25,20
25.559
77,58
22.035
79,82
14.620
70,07 3.357.980

(7)

(8)

53,3
54,1
66,5
43,9
71,2
75,4
83,0
59,9
82,4
58,1
81,5
72,3
46,0
56,6
65,9
55,1
68,8
61,9
41,7
65,6
75,6
75,2
82,4
35,8
70,8
79,7
21,5
64,6
62,6
63,9

7.570
9.810
14.118
25.668
10.908
430
2.100
25.426
18.828
100.776
21.637
36.423
1.095
1.095
9.546
7.726
3.252
27.128
12.678
15.804
52.655
10.001
5.055
419.729

(9)

6,60
2,97
13,58
16,49
15,72
0,25
0,98
2,71
7,55
12,15
38,11
5,35
2,05
1,21
12,51
15,64
13,67
13,28
18,77
23,51
44,38
8,41
21,66
7,99

Annex 4.17
COVERAGE OF PRA & ELDERLY AGE HEALTH SERVICES
BY PROVINCE
2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya

Indonesia

Pra & Elderly Age


Total

Get health service

(3)

(4)

(5)

47.706

416.233
1.332
149.816
60.598
221.203
20.808
24.283
22.627
3.274.518
2.239.170
287.229
4.065.963
398440
157406

137.728
66309

100.339
195.581
77.461
114.996
89.190
908.272
339.116
24.160
18.046
17.341
16.818

13.492.689

15.113
58.113
1.183
12.591
45.779
99.443
8.930

31,68
13,96
88,81
8,40
75,55
44,96
42,92

10.284
3.927

42,35
17,36

404.730
561.043
146.579
815.822

12,36
25,06
51,03
20,06

67.795
20.796
43.048
15.343
30.173
89.246
34.185
61.072
41.772
154.330
34.786

17,02
13,21
31,26
23,14
30,07
45,63
44,13
53,11
46,83
16,99
10,26

6.312
6.611
12.602
4.106

26,13
36,63
72,67
24,41

2.805.714

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from DistrMunic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

20,79

Annex 4.18
DENTAL AND MOUTH HEALTH SERVICE IN HEALTH CENTER AND SCHOOL DENTAL PROGRAM FOR THE PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENT
BY PROVINCE, 2004
Basic Dental Service
No.

Province

Fix Teeth
Decayed

Fix Teeth
Missing

Total

Ratio of
Filled/
Missing
Teeth

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

1
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
2
North Sumatra
3
West Sumatra
4
Riau
5
Jambi
6
Bengkulu
7
South Sumatra
8
Lampung
9
Bangka Belitung Islands
10
Riau islands
11
DKI Jakarta
12
West Java
13
Central Java
14
DI. Jogyakarta
15
East Java
16
Banten
17
Bali
18
West Nusa Tenggara
19
East Nusa Tenggara
20
West Kalimantan
21
Central Kalimantan
22
South Kalimantan
23
East Kalimantan
24
North Sulawesi
25
Central Sulawesi
26
South Sulawesi
27
South-East Sulawesi
28
Gorontalo
29
Maluku
30
North Maluku
31
Papua
Number of health centers give report
Source : Province Profile, 2004

10.718
5.631
9.684
34.656
2.719
9.763
2.038
40.112
128.307
21.700
24.790
36.727
15.546
522
6.124
3.505
12.278
11.162
2.045
2.671
19.562
6.412
2.867
575
410.114

37.285
21.784
42.884
28.031
9.849
33.701
9.541
3.343
261.626
44.601
29.074
87.864
20.395
3.768
49.253
7.312
14.975
34.201
17.721
16.307
63.378
8.263
13.238
246.382
1.104.776

48.003
27.415
52.568
62.687
12.568
43.464
11.579
43.455
389.933
66.301
53.864
124.591
35.941
4.290
55.377
10.817
27.253
45.363
19.766
18.978
82.940
14.675
16.105
246.957
1.514.890

0,29
0,26
0,23
1,24
0,28
0,29
0,21
12,00
0,49
0,49
0,85
0,42
0,76
0,14
0,12
0,48
0,82
0,33
0,12
0,16
0,31
0,78
0,22
0,00
0,37

Total of
Primary
School
Student
(7)

School Dental Health Program (Promotion + Prevention)


Student Examined
Primary School Student
Number of Number of
% Get
%
Need
Get
Treatment
Total
Treatment treatments

1.263.298
217.716
193.689
1.053.444
87.298
374.995
409
1.388
2.385.892
916.893
91.378
955.665
383.473
330.940
90.335
253.186
350.536
139.071
119.777
768.283
183.576
54.007
22.053
10.237.302

(8)

149.291
66.269
54.967
1.053.444
24.925
77.619
191
807
989.856
159.350
19.570
482.582
383.473
1.684
82.826
11.973
26.219
59.942
38.134
8.354
70.317
30.175
46.681
2.601
3.841.250

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

11,82
30,44
28,38
100,00
28,55
20,70
46,70
58,14
41,49
17,38
21,42
50,50
100,00

17.762.504
13.945
45.364
33.976
10.720
31.892
-

18.748
7.295
20.218
14.851
5.234
23.299
-

274.529

109.487

39,88

21.212
157.639
60.300

17.437
77.245
41.179

82,20
49,00

25,03
13,25
10,36
17,10
27,42
6,97
9,15
16,44
86,44
11,79
37,52

56.150
9.514
21.624
18.904
14.308
3.989
48.498
11.648
13.094
2.188
18.611.998

12.113
6.132
15.545
7.280
8.517
2.331
22.994
6.249
2.902
501
419.557

0,11
52,31
44,57
43,71
48,82
73,06
-

68,29
21,57
64,45
71,89
38,51
59,53
58,44
47,41
53,65
22,16
22,90
2,25

Annex 4.19
NUMBER OF OUTPATIENT AND INPATIENT VISITS IN HEALTH SERVICE FACILITIES
BY PROVINCE IN 2003

Number of Visits
No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Inpatient

Outpatient

Total

(3)

(4)

(5)

8.150
121.148
232.657
132.092
23.406
12.411
72.527
106.036
20.887
173.442
850.945
1.361.257
695.874
155.531
197.976
29.567
35.178
41.041
47.888
16.873
178.074
6.457
161.254
151.519
4.432
265
139.453
4.136
6.576
5.166
4.992.218

1.331.122
3.973.536
519.358
1.865.810
1.086.062
518.419
2.378.909
2.430.248
109.640
483.368
3.608.167
10.144.506
11.592.188
671.126
12.697.282
1.776.330
2.706.806
2.199.768
2.179.907
1.365.497
748.198
1.454.894
1.584.420
226.162
704.519
3.577.187
246.859
87.437
612.588
49.597
527.353
138.938
73.596.201

1.339.272
4.094.684
752.015
1.997.902
1.109.468
530.830
2.451.436
2.536.284
130.527
656.810
3.608.167
10.995.451
12.953.445
671.126
13.393.156
1.931.861
2.904.782
2.229.335
2.215.085
1.406.538
796.086
1.471.767
1.762.494
232.619
865.773
3.728.706
251.291
87.702
752.041
53.733
533.929
144.104
78.588.419

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from District/Municipality and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

Annex 4.20
HOSPITAL HEALTH SERVICE INDICATORS
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Central Irian Jaya
East Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Bed
Number of Occupancy
Bed
Rate
(BOR)
(3)

2.383
11.680
3.562
2.710
1.140
3.802
599
1.820
516
16.128
14.471
18.902
3.468
19.664
2.450
2.995
1.092
1.873
2.455
615
2.137
2.644
2.722
1.278
6.193
796
410
1.454
279
1.975
132.213

Source: Directorate General of Medical Care, MoH RI

(4)

59,30
36,00
61,60
58,90
36,70
49,00
36,70
51,10
49,90
60,50
66,90
56,40
57,10
54,40
61,80
67,80
54,70
58,10
57,30
55,00
45,40
67,30
56,80
70,50
58,60
52,70
37,10
41,90
70,30
57,10
55,2

Length of
Stay
(LOS)

Bed Turn
Over
(BTO)

Turn Over
Interval
(TOI)

Net Death
Rate
(NDR)

Gross Death
Rate
(GDR)

% Patient
Died <48
Hours

Average of
Total
Visiting Per
Day

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

4,70
5,40
6,10
4,10
3,20
4,40
2,90
4,10
3,10
4,90
4,10
4,30
4,60
4,40
3,80
4,20
3,50
3,90
4,40
4,00
3,30
3,80
6,10
4,20
4,60
4,20
5,50
3,10
3,00
3,70
4,4

21,40
21,40
31,40
41,00
27,00
39,20
35,60
39,80
42,70
41,90
52,40
40,00
23,40
36,90
53,30
55,40
35,60
43,90
43,30
38,90
44,30
40,60
30,50
45,40
38,60
35,00
20,10
49,20
39,30
31,50
38,7

3,40
10,50
4,00
3,10
5,80
4,70
5,90
3,90
3,20
3,40
2,00
3,20
3,40
3,50
2,10
2,10
3,00
2,80
3,40
3,40
4,00
2,00
5,00
1,80
3,20
4,10
9,80
4,30
1,40
3,40
3,4

22,50
47,20
32,70
26,40
17,30
24,30
18,30
24,50
17,70
30,70
19,30
18,40
17,80
27,70
17,20
26,80
20,30
18,60
23,90
14,40
17,70
13,70
21,40
13,90
13,80
16,30
24,70
11,00
26,30
15,50
22,8

49,00
86,00
58,60
55,40
46,50
60,10
38,70
62,90
54,00
50,80
46,20
42,60
37,20
56,00
44,90
47,30
47,10
34,40
55,70
37,20
47,30
27,20
41,20
34,00
40,80
34,30
34,20
25,50
47,40
24,30
47,9

54,10
45,10
44,10
52,40
62,70
59,50
52,70
61,10
67,20
39,50
58,30
56,90
52,30
50,60
61,60
43,20
56,90
46,00
57,10
61,30
62,60
49,50
48,00
59,00
66,20
52,50
27,80
56,80
44,50
36,20
52,5

119
249
160
109
44
207
154
123
49
1.142
319
208
227
248
237
282
123
106
107
63
77
138
132
102
89
115
47
66
39
177
189

Annex 4.21
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF HIGH RISK/COMPLICATION PREGNANT WOMAN AND NEONATAL TREATED
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Number of
Treated and Refrred High- Number of
High-Risk
High Risk
Risk Pregnant Woman
Pregnant
Neonatal
Total
%
Woman
(3)

1.782
49.183
20.882
24.838
16.702
11.626
20.114
25.555
929
2.703
148.991
111.536
3.542
122.482
119.806
4.004
34.544
19.722
127.935
15.752
15.567
12.895
14.416
6.848
11.139
439
5.894
288
548
708
951.370

(4)

1.265
6.091
6.515
6.536
2.321
4.857
1.801
2.499
742
2.595
38.587
32.550
2.713
82.714
15.776
3.336
6.062
4.553
2.855
7.105
2.847
4.277
3.057
2.228
3.814
49
613
250
289
388
249.285

(5)

(6)

70,99
12,38
31,20
26,31
13,90
41,78
8,95
9,78
79,87
96,00
25,90
29,18
76,60
67,53
13,17
83,32
17,55
23,09
2,23
45,11
18,29
33,17
21,21
32,54
34,24
11,16
10,40
86,81
52,74
54,80
26,20

34.648
242.250
94.815
89.235
66.984
25.196
108.160
132.881
15.360
30.221
13.728
889.531
484.981
49.076
621.440
257.173
118.622
93.843
69.053
80.774
46.916
64.935
47.288
37.525
51.873
100.809
34.222
3.014
10.231
6.174
20.085
10.369
3.951.412

High-Risk Neonatal

Treated and Referred


High-Risk Neonatal

Total

Total

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

49
46.346
9.007
19.052
11.881
3.136
608
23.377
81
925
163.045
32.596
138
26.724
39.147
12.841
9.066
24.241
116.557
19.453
6.602
12.591
10.094
9.308
264
9.130
23
124
172
281
389
607.248

0,14
19,13
9,50
21,35
17,74
12,45
0,56
17,59
0,53
3,06
18,33
6,72
0,28
4,30
15,22
1636,00
9,66
35,10
144,30
41,46
10,17
26,63
26,90
17,94
0,26
26,68
0,76
1,21
2,79
1,40
3,75
15,37

49
8.269
5.513
6.896
716
330
562
577
71
800
49.349
4.669
138
5.692
3.755
1.036
2.380
10.744
2.980
77
495
715
426
6.230
205
1.125
23
111
45
54
58
114.090

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

100,00
17,84
61,21
36,20
6,03
10,52
92,43
2,47
87,65
86,49
30,27
14,32
100,00
21,30
9,59
8,07
26,25
44,32
2,56
0,40
7,50
5,68
4,22
66,93
77,65
12,32
100,00
89,52
26,16
19,22
14,91
18,79

Annex 4.22
PERCENTAGE OF BLOOD AVAILABILITY ACCESS FOR REFERRED PREGNANT WOMAN AND NEONATUS
BY PROVINCE IN 2004
TAHUN 2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Availability of blood
Available

Accessibility

(3)

(4)

(5)

15.665
1.473
6.411
775
4
1
1.022
12.314
1.619
10.502
2.036
9.377
2.532
1.123
5.435
7.119
426
808
593
214
79.449

4.926
442
24
775
1
1
821
9.111
236
7.056
649
420
741
1.116
501
408
426
647
280
164
28.745

31,45
30,01
0,37
100,00
25,00
100,00
80,33
73,99
14,58
67,19
31,88
4,48
29,27
99,38
9,22
5,73
100,00
80,07
47,22
76,64
36,18

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

Annex 4.23
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF PRESCRIPTION OF GENERIC DRUGS
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

Drugs Prescription
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Province

Number of Drugs
Prescription

Prescription of
Generic Drugs

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

17.201
557.668
74.572
1.594.075
322.440
147.891
423.122
452.208
63.314
240.625
3.339.642
7.187.279
185.341
5.218.173
1.247.104
3.882.267
1.392.200
3.801.044
1.110.425
167.353
1.099.814
380.248
662.754
81.968
456.220
601.421
81.851
558.909
27.527
346.003
101.141
35.821.800

16.501
396.621
34.779
1.377.752
322.279
135.131
299.934
123.438
63.159
219.759
1.863.079
4.713.232
66.553
3.626.115
1.247.119
3.479.156
1.266.376
2.836.902
1.052.154
138.084
845.967
109.784
579.485
36.150
301.165
517.337
81.851
538.239
18.764
338.274
5.914
26.651.053

95,93
71,12
46,64
86,43
99,95
91,37
70,89
27,30
99,76
91,33
55,79
65,58
35,91
69,49
100,00
89,62
90,96
74,63
94,75
82,51
76,92
28,87
87,44
44,10
66,01
86,02
100,00
96,30
68,17
97,77
5,85
74,40

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

Annex 4.24
PERCENTAGE OF NUTRITION VULNERABLE FREE SUBDISTRICT
AND VILLAGES WITH RESPONSED OUTBREAK LESS THAN 24 HOUR
BY PROVINCE 2004
Village with Outbreak

Nutrition Vulnerable Free Subdistrict

No

Province

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Number of
Subdistrict

(3)

40
111
19
158
53
500
328
137
8
388
10
313
351
140
3.752
313
45
209
80
137
65
70
24
85
69
64
4
17
9
9
19
7.527

Total

Number of
Villages with
Outbreak

Number of Village
with Responsed
Outbreak <24 Hours

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

40
82
10
142
42
398
315
135
1
28
10
207
221
37
922
260
36
135
38
43
54
60
19
25
34
56
2
1
7
6
15
3.381

100,00
73,87
52,63
89,87
79,25
79,60
96,04
98,54
12,50
7,22
100,00
66,13
62,96
26,43
24,57
83,07
80,00
64,59
47,50
31,39
83,08
85,71
79,17
29,41
49,28
87,50
50,00
5,88
77,78
66,67
78,95
44,92

52
184
848
73
200
49
49
105
9
7
478
539
25
1.226
107
207
189
223
37
286
42
180
40
42
343
103
18
370
30
12
7
6.080

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

19
152
70
73
189
49
49
73
9
7
304
493
17
943
67
205
175
142
17
131
37
180
34
35
200
89
13
22
12
5
5
3.816

36,54
82,61
8,25
100,00
94,50
100,00
100,00
69,52
100,00
100,00
63,60
91,47
68,00
76,92
62,62
99,03
92,59
63,68
45,95
45,80
88,10
100,00
85,00
83,33
58,31
86,41
72,22
5,95
40,00
41,67
71,43
62,76

Annex 4.25
PERCENTAGE OF CURED PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS AND TREATED UNDER FIVE WITH PNEUMONIA
BY PROVINCE, 2004

Pulmonary Tuberculosis
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Treated

Cured

% Cured

(3)

(4)

(5)

629
9.726
2.359
1.613
1.194
813
2.156
3.305
409
839
1.353
4.849
9.086
730
8.834
1.539
1.864
1.934
954
2.452
881
1.106
2.235
2.763
1.025
3.752
358
1.113
286
656
273
71.086

237
4.977
1.889
1.177
839
518
1.914
2.065
381
152
818
3.468
6.682
495
6.596
1.157
1.141
1.462
535
2.083
662
707
1.727
2.240
886
2.296
182
365
177
374
257
48.459

Pneumonia
Treated
Under % Treated Under
Number of Cases
five
five
(6)

37,68
51,17
80,08
72,97
70,27
63,71
88,78
62,48
93,15
18,12
60,46
71,52
73,54
67,81
74,67
75,18
61,21
75,59
56,08
84,95
75,14
63,92
77,27
81,07
86,44
61,19
50,84
32,79
61,89
57,01
94,14
68,17

58.137
59.170
49.025
28.541
14.967
7.644
54.332
122.269
6.083
61.657
1.015
77.331
1.315.624
14.490
159.575
59.829
23.724
62.351
71.422
5.938
24.077
88.036
29.664
77.467
28.159
27.779
1.205
22.266
866
146.208
82.536
2.781.387

(7)

(8)

9.877
36.534
18.898
6.715
7.160
3.853
25.823
17.794
4.832
2.049
1.015
54.672
250.668
1.313
84.370
15.759
9.563
56.075
11.179
5.581
12.559
9.074
16.415
66.747
7.741
20.768
707
1.045
72
36.318
44.455
839.631

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

16,99
61,74
38,55
23,53
47,84
50,41
47,53
14,55
79,43
3,32
100,00
70,70
19,05
9,06
52,87
26,34
40,31
89,93
15,65
93,99
52,16
10,31
55,34
86,16
27,49
74,76
58,67
4,69
8,31
24,84
53,86
30,19

Annex 4.25a
COVERAGE RESULT OF CASE INVENTION AND RESULT EVALUATION OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS TREATMENT
IN 2004
Invention Coverage
NO
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province

BTA (+)
Expectation

All Cases

(2)

(3)

(4)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bangka Belitung Islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
Banten
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI. Yogyakarta
East Java
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

4.863
14.310
5.149
6.175
2.956
8.468
1.194
1.916
8.201
9.860
10.111
43.159
37.576
3.643
40.925
4.925
2.291
3.604
3.013
2.402
1.013
2.649
9.793
2.255
3.773
4.886
4.669
1.426
902
2.769
248.877

Source : Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH

2.810
13.891
4.590
4.364
2.257
6.607
1.121
1.502
4.946
9.855
14.974
40.435
29.745
2.353
27.225
3.969
1.744
4.566
1.990
3.859
1.334
2.740
9.467
2.092
2.077
4.445
3.516
1.198
728
4.258
214.658

Conversion

BTA (+)

CDR
%

Abs

(5)

(6)

(7)

1.971
11.453
3.129
2.495
1.673
4.371
729
1.112
3.100
5.354
6.479
21.661
14.373
1.300
16.460
3.052
1.408
2.537
1.249
3.056
1.088
1.751
8.507
1.562
1.080
2.921
1.971
657
538
1.944
128.981

40,5
80,0
60,8
40,4
56,6
51,6
61,1
58,0
37,8
54,3
64,1
50,2
38,3
35,7
40,2
62,0
61,5
70,4
41,5
127,2
107,4
66,1
86,9
69,3
28,6
59,8
42,2
46,1
59,7
70,2
51,8

1.000
7.952
2.050
1.964
1.444
3.617
666
729
1.790
2.992
14.807
3.196
11.652
793
12.817
2.612
948
2.204
1.012
2.127
731
1.087
8.054
1.434
996
2.579
1.499
393
208
1.184
94.537

%
(8)

50,7
69,4
65,5
78,7
86,3
82,7
91,4
65,6
57,7
55,9
228,5
14,8
81,1
61,0
77,9
85,6
67,3
86,9
81,0
69,6
67,2
62,1
94,7
91,8
92,2
88,3
76,1
59,8
38,7
60,9
73,3

Annex 4.26
NUMBER OF TREATED HIV/AIDS CASES, CURED SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTION CASES, TREATED DENGUE HAEMORRHAGE FEVER CASES,
AND TREATED DIARRHEA AT UNDERFIVE CASES, BY PROVINCE, 2003
2004
IMS

HIV/AIDS

No

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Diarrhea

DHF

Province

Total of
Cases

Treated

% Treated

Number
Cases

Cured

%
Cured

Total of
Cases

Treated

Treated

Number of
Cases at
Under five

Treated

% Treated

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

32
27
85
2
4
120
19
145
317
205
777
29
89
196
127
1.090
11
19
39
222
275
1
23
9
82
142
420
98
4.605

32
27
23
2
1
100
19
112
317
205
515
29
89
151
72
1.035
11
18
39
222
74
1
23
9
82
142
353
98
3.801

100,00
100,00
27,06
100,00
25,00
83,33
100,00
77,24
100,00
100,00
66,28
100,00
100,00
77,04
56,69
94,95
100,00
94,74
100,00
100,00
26,91
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
84,05
100,00
82,54

1.180
3
616.146
145
9
424
946
564
4.411
225
6.168
828
87
5.725
363
6.485
187
494
732
237
1.994
27
3.077
209
471
130
17
3
2.656
302
654.245

1.155
3
723
105
6
411
946
16
4.361
225
1.553
815
87
5.278
119
6.425
181
371
732
225
1.994
27
3.077
209
460
130
11
2
2.656
205
32.508

97,88
100,00
0,12
72,41
66,67
96,93
100,00
2,84
98,87
100,00
25,18
98,43
100,00
92,19
32,78
99,07
96,79
75,10
100,00
94,94
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
97,66
100,00
64,71
66,67
100,00
67,88
4,97

571
1.297
514
823
290
141
1.227
912
..
342
6.918
16.930
6.219
1.477
7.111
2.276
12.990
732
598
316
449
2.390
398
266
..
70
6.921
1
59
16
234
72.488

88
1.297
514
791
290
141
1.162
912
..
342
6.918
16.759
5.970
1.477
6.918
2.128
3.790
732
586
309
449
2.387
398
257
..
70
6.917
1
59
16
234
61.912

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

15,41
100,00
100,00
96,11
100,00
100,00
94,70
100,00
..
100,00
100,00
98,99
96,00
100,00
97,29
93,50
29,18
100,00
97,99
97,78
100,00
99,87
100,00
96,62
..
100,00
99,94
100,00
100,00
100,00
100,00
85,41

62.582
140.993
39.653
132.067
75.269
28.504
132.489
70.280
11.347
31.988
11.379
2.727.439
1.593.282
53.328
535.976
98.311
82.593
93.480
120.396
44.233
28.662
52.988
39.724
24.521
79.285
31.167
77.405
4.311
22.995
5.094
22.286
4.777
6.478.804

36.423
118.227
39.653
69.861
37.556
26.854
80.504
68.604
6.982
12.737
11.379
728.231
249.552
16.921
514.673
82.292
56.156
90.113
44.870
37.790
17.051
38.159
33.688
18.704
39.366
20.412
69.756
2.047
5.889
4.117
8.620
3.024
2.590.211

58,20
83,85
100,00
52,90
49,90
94,21
60,76
97,62
61,53
39,82
100,00
26,70
15,66
31,73
96,03
83,71
67,99
96,40
37,27
85,43
59,49
72,01
84,81
76,28
49,65
65,49
90,12
47,48
25,61
80,82
38,68
63,30
39,98

Annex 4.27
PERCENTAGE OF SCREENED BLOOD DONOR TOWARDS HIV-AIDS
BY PROVINCE, 2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Total

Number of Inspected
Blood Sample

% Inspected Blood
Sample

(3)

(4)

(5)

1.822
17.321
2.682
374
4.508
0
22.494
4.773
520
31.361
157.193
93.079
4
7.261
10.226
2.131
6.619
214
4.274
3.415
2.453
915
25.125
50
141
493
399.448

1.822
17.321
2.648
374
4.508
0
22.494
4.773
500
31.138
99.367
87.629
4
7.161
8.099
1.921
6.619
214
4.274
3.315
2.453
915
915
50
141
493
309.148

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

100,00
100,00
98,73
100,00
100,00
0
100,00
100,00
96,15
99,29
63,21
94,14
100,00
98,62
79,20
90,15
100,00
100,00
100,00
97,07
100,00
100,00
3,64
100,00
100,00
100,00
77,39

Annex 4.28
PERCENTAGE OF TREATED MALARIA CASES
BY PROVINCE , 2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Clinical + Positive
(3)

Malaria Cases
Treated
(4)

3.727
23.442
5.258
27.995
31.932
9.623
13.562
38.338
145.714
16.349
0
130.385
157.193
25
61.814
197
42.486
81.807
1.076.298
90.340
22.949
28.151
7.437
435.124
312.302
25.313
4.787
22.103
225.527
5.234
249.999
58.461
3.353.872

% Treated
(5)

2.891
20.235
5.258
25.009
31.610
9.623
13.562
37.186
17.354
12.266
0
3.199
99.367
25
6.139
197
30.981
68.369
415.181
88.254
20.741
17.863
7.046
22.448
51.683
15.313
4.253
1.992
18.922
5.234
172.208
41.826
1.266.235

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

77,57
86,32
100,00
89,33
98,99
100,00
100,00
97,00
11,91
75,03
0
2,45
63,21
100,00
9,93
100,00
72,92
83,57
38,57
97,69
90,38
63,45
94,74
5,16
16,55
60,49
88,84
9,01
8,39
100,00
68,88
71,55
37,75

Annex 4.29
PERCENTAGE OF LEPROSY CASES WHO HAVE ACCOMPLISHED THEIR TREATMENT (RFT*) BY PROVINCE, 2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Leprosy
RFT

Cases
(3)

% RFT

(4)

143
3.156
133
81
115
12
117
605
6
26
1.053
1.909
1.378
29
4.106
103
206
265
943
168
123
399
325
391
589
85
691
46
829
76
618
557
19.283

(5)

123
3.087
126
52
80
9
84
468
5
24
713
1.669
1.066
15
3.810
101
99
199
160
133
46
134
250
244
475
71
545
14
182
31
447
255
14.717

*RFT : Released from Treatment


Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

86,01
97,81
94,74
64,20
69,57
75,00
71,79
77,36
83,33
92,31
67,71
87,43
77,36
51,72
92,79
98,06
48,06
75,09
16,97
79,17
37,40
33,58
76,92
62,40
80,65
83,53
78,87
30,43
21,95
40,79
72,33
45,78
76,32

Annex 4.30
CASES OF TREATED FILARIASIS
BY PROVINCE, 2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Total

Filariasis Cases
Treated

% Treated

(3)

(4)

(5)

44
111
13
206
99
6
138
54
92
35
0
59
83
0
78
50
14
7
26.983
87
76
79.494
44
3
4.114
95
6
229
0
303
153
1.500
114.176

23
102
13
112
99
6
58
48
56
33
0
38
82
0
64
40
14
5
13.346
78
72
67.798
34
3
134
47
6
86
0
303
153
125
82.978

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

52,27
91,89
100,00
54,37
100,00
100,00
42,03
88,89
60,87
94,29
0,00
64,41
98,80
0,00
82,05
80,00
100,00
71,43
49,46
89,66
94,74
85,29
77,27
100,00
3,26
49,47
100,00
37,55
0,00
100,00
100,00
8,33
72,68

Annex 4.31
COVERAGE OF DRUGS SUPPLY FOR DIARRHEA CASES IN NON/MTBS HEALTH CENTER IN 2004

No.

Province

Oralit

Total

Antibiotic

MTBS Health Center


Other Drugs

Anti Diarrhea

(N)
(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
Jogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Irian Jaya
Indonesia

(3)

Total

Total

Total

Total

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

32 19 59,38 30
40 39 97,50 13
40 19 47,50 19
15
1
6,67
0
40 18 45,00 17
80 15 18,75 32
60 14 23,33
4
40 27 67,50 16
40 30 75,00 33
27 21 77,78 25
40 39 97,50
6
40 29 72,50 19
40 35 87,50 24
40 34 85,00 21
40 32 80,00 16
38 33 86,84 13
40 40 100,00 23
40 40 100,00 26
40 20 50,00 19
772 505 65,41 356

93,75
32,50
47,50
0,00
42,50
40,00
6,67
40,00
82,50
92,59
15,00
47,50
60,00
52,50
40,00
34,21
57,50
65,00
47,50
46,11

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
1
0
10
7
5
7
0
18
0
20
10
92

MTBS : Manajemen Terpadu Balita Sakit (Integrated Management for Sick Underfive)
Source : Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI

0,00 31
0,00 34
0,00
0
0,00
0
0,00 21
0,00 37
0,00
0
35,00 20
2,50 35
0,00 22
25,00 28
17,50 17
12,50 26
17,50 26
0,00 37
47,37 21
0,00 38
50,00 38
25,00 38
11,92 469

Oralit +
Other drugs
Total
%
(12)

96,88 14
85,00 34
0,00
0
0,00
0
52,50 11
46,25 12
0,00
0
50,00 11
87,50 27
81,48 21
70,00 27
42,50 14
65,00 20
65,00 27
92,50 29
55,26 16
95,00 38
95,00 38
95,00 19
60,75 358

(13)

43,75
85,00
0,00
0,00
27,50
15,00
0,00
27,50
67,50
77,78
67,50
35,00
50,00
67,50
72,50
42,11
95,00
95,00
47,50
46,37

Give

Total

Rational Drugs
Total
(14)

Antibiotic

NON MTBS Health Center


Anti Diarrhea Other Drugs

(N)

%
(15)

Oralit

(16)

Total

Total

Total

Total

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

(23)

(24)

2
6,25 40 21 52,50 32
33 82,50 40 32 80,00 36
40 100,00 40 18 45,00 38
14 93,33 40 39 97,50 35
23 57,50 40 36 90,00 24
35 43,75
0 55 91,67 20 20 100,00 15
20 50,00 40 40 100,00 20
17 42,50 40 30 75,00 21
9 33,33 40 37 92,50 18
27 67,50 40 37 92,50 20
20 50,00 40 18 45,00 37
14 35,00 40 35 87,50 19
11 27,50 40 23 57,50 22
24 60,00 40 32 80,00 32
33 86,84 40 24 60,00 27
19 47,50 40 18 45,00 38
13 32,50 40 40 100,00 15
8 20,00 40 18 45,00 16
417 54,02 700 518 74,00 465

80,00
0
90,00
0
95,00
2
87,50 35
60,00 24
75,00 15
50,00 10
52,50 21
45,00 18
50,00 20
92,50 18
47,50
7
55,00 17
80,00
5
67,50
0
95,00 38
37,50
2
40,00
1
66,43 233

0,00 40
0,00 26
5,00 39
87,50 29
60,00 33
75,00 19
25,00 20
52,50 40
45,00 27
50,00 39
45,00 38
17,50 40
42,50 36
12,50 28
0,00 27
95,00 39
5,00 40
2,50 20
33,29 580

Oralit +
Other Drugs
Total
%
(25)

(26)

100,00 21 52,50
65,00 20 50,00
97,50 18 45,00
72,50 29 72,50
82,50 30 75,00
95,00 19 95,00
50,00 20 50,00
100,00 36 90,00
67,50 35 87,50
97,50 36 90,00
95,00
8 20,00
100,00 35 87,50
90,00 19 47,50
70,00 25 62,50
67,50 35 87,50
97,50 18 45,00
100,00 40 100,00
50,00 18 45,00
82,86 462 66,00

Give
Rational Drugs

Total
(27)

7
7
1
2
16
3
14
16
18
39
1
13
8
4
8
3
7
2
169

(28)

17,50
17,50
2,50
5,00
40,00
15,00
35,00
40,00
45,00
97,50
2,50
32,50
20,00
10,00
20,00
7,50
17,50
5,00
24,14

Annex 4.31.a
DIARRHEA OUTBREAK
2001 - 2004
No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Irian Jaya
Indonesia

2001
D

CFR

2002
D

CFR

2003
D

CFR

2004
D

CFR

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

1.003
25
332
355
70
952
37
323
367
293
346
325
4.428

11
3
17
4
0
19
1
11
0
25
5
4
100

1,10
413
12,00
30
5,12
52
1,13
4
591
0,00
2,00
692
2,70
3,41
0,00
106
8,53 2.988
1,45
49
1,23
89
296
49
126
2,26 5.485

Source : Directorate General of Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health, MoH RI
C = Cases
D = Death
C = Case Fatality Rate

10
3
2
1
10
9
1
28
3
3
8
4
12
94

2,42
401
10,00
67
3,85
442
25,00
113
9
442
1,69
20
1,30
522
53
104
248
161
0,94
68
0,94
456
6,12
54
352
523
3,37
129
170
2,70
8,16
9,52
38
1,71 4.372

10
2
7
5
0
1
1
7
4
1
2
4
0
8
6
17
2
11
0
5
93

2,49
2,99
1,58
367
4,42
0,00
131
0,23
5,00
133
1,34
51
7,55
137
0,96
7
0,81
349
2,48
0,00
199
15
1,75
256
11,11
373
4,83
325
0,38
8,53
378
42
0,00
369
13,16
2,13 3.132

10
5
7
0
4
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
7
1
5
8
0
0
0
0
51

2,72
3,82
5,26
0,00
2,92
0,00
1,15
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
1,88
0,31
1,32
19,05
0,00
0,00
0,00
0,00
1,63

Annex 4.32
PERCENTAGE OF INSTITUTION WITH ITS ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH BEING CONTROLLED
BY PROVINCE, 2004

Institution
No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Total

Controlled

(3)

(4)

(5)

1.759
26.477
1.842
6.348
2.028
1.037
6.446
12.137
2.576
687
3.404
51.127
77.175
1.976
829.946
13.192
55.094
4.181
5.208
7.798
17.690
4.966
9.204
4.241
3.204
2.920
14.363
489
360
954
550
25.133
1.194.512

841
15.360
1.415
2.681
983
799
3.579
7.221
1.677
294
628
30.348
52.428
802
252.746
5.676
37.962
2.837
3.428
4.860
9.469
4.061
7.131
3.017
2.061
1.668
10.275
274
360
273
364
23.634
489.152

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

47,81
58,01
76,82
42,23
48,47
77,05
55,52
59,50
65,10
42,79
18,45
59,36
67,93
40,59
30,45
43,03
68,90
67,85
65,82
62,32
53,53
81,78
77,48
71,14
64,33
57,12
71,54
56,03
100,00
28,62
66,18
94,04
40,95

Annex 4.33
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSE/BUILDING INSPECTED OF AEDES LARVA
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSE/BUILDING FREE FROM AEDES LARVA
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

No

Province

Inspected
House/Building

(1)

(2)

(3)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

92.855
394.644
1.200
224.785
147.732
69.547
29.238
165.435
28.751
109.470
155.410
2.192.525
1.704.789
307.219
2.910.836
704.926
102.442
160.977
26.316
237.165
14.768
55.019
34.833
102.602
43.439
111.801
166.509
10.668
17.632
35.647
109.470
10.468.650

House/Building Free from


Larva

Aedes

Total

(4)

(5)

29.031
294.359
1.028
101.855
53.874
40.747
22.778
43.178
19.887
87.673
105.351
761.599
1.270.027
173.139
2.331.317
313.220
69.573
121.810
13.687
154.419
9.696
36.248
29.915
70.850
27.824
55.285
99.976
7.369
3.295
27.104
87.673
6.463.787

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

31,26
74,59
85,67
45,31
36,47
58,59
77,91
26,10
69,17
80,09
67,79
34,74
74,50
56,36
80,09
44,43
67,91
75,67
52,01
65,11
65,66
65,88
85,88
69,05
64,05
49,45
60,04
69,08
18,69
76,03
80,09
61,74

Annex 4.34
NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF UNDER FIVE WHO GAIN THEIR WEIGHT AND UNDER RED-LINE UNDER FIVE
BY PROVINCE
2004
Under five
No

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Province

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Total of Weight
Measured Under five

Increase
Weight

(3)

(4)

122.229
716.527
433.202
332.776
168.466
81.206
193.780
399.452
43.394
46.758
72.288
3.179.570
2.419.648
170.542
3.791.414
700.865
672.405
224.372
198.958
144.150
197.281
299.457
143.907
194.084
113.114
275.702
94.539
19.917
64.747
14.663
46.559
14.959
15.590.931

75.552
590.999
174.875
226.316
138.490
48.121
128.667
276.631
30.463
38.625
46.343
1.916.379
1.799.498
108.995
2.349.431
519.663
399.429
146.893
96.815
110.585
142.174
213.380
86.724
163.440
80.916
191.469
71.064
15.384
41.562
10.672
21.557
7.690
10.268.802

% Increase Weight Under Red-Line


(5)

% Under Red-Line

(6)

61,81
82,48
40,37
68,01
82,21
59,26
66,40
69,25
70,20
82,61
64,11
60,27
74,37
63,91
61,97
74,15
59,40
65,47
48,66
76,72
72,07
71,26
60,26
84,21
71,53
69,45
75,17
77,24
0,00
64,19
72,78
46,30
51,41
65,86

109.790
718.092
231.168
5.475
2.115
942
3.343
11.790
903
1.570
360.215
153.026
1.740
101.214
51.751
6.073
3.658
9.617
8.286
2.171
7.755
2.425
994
6.101
5.522
0
1.263
0
8.639
427
1.156
1.538
1.818.759

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

(7)

89,82
100,22
53,36
1,65
1,26
1,16
1,73
2,95
0,00
1,93
2,17
18,80
6,32
1,02
2,67
7,38
0,90
1,63
4,83
5,75
1,10
2,59
1,69
0,51
5,39
2,00
0,00
6,34
0,00
13,34
2,91
2,48
10,28
11,67

Annex 4.35
COVERAGE OF VITAMIN A CAPSULE DISTRIBUTION
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Province

Number of Number of
Infant
(6- Underfive
11 months) (1-4 years)

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
South Sumatra
Jambi
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
West Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Papua
Indonesia

(3)

86.001
29.600
72.246
53.404
17.682
36.614
128.579
13.695
27.034
36.993
566.441
1.455.406
26.208
444.482
61.271
24.051
64.490
30.320
51.527
32.531
65.709
44.031
23.216
26.552
71.449
34.284
6.806
14.930
14.978
16.897
9.647
20.526
3.607.600

Source : Directorate of Community Nutritious, MoH


Remarks : Input data are 220 from 393 Sub districts ( 56 % )

(4)

453.401
147.942
386.788
201.959
82.536
109.585
491.270
56.219
118.896
76.918
2.589.159
2.020.818
147.397
1.799.418
290.301
171.288
314.221
132.039
235.114
231.779
308.744
222.957
110.524
126.413
352.732
133.890
17.145
61.337
65.677
85.137
35.414
93.513
11.670.531

Coverage of Vitamin A
Infant Get Vitamin A
Underfive Get Vitamin A
February
August
August
February
Total
%
Total
%
Total
%
Total
%
(5)

47.438
22.612
54.314
36.986
13.266
24.055
71.656
10.992
19.101
9.398
479.292
1.410.390
23.602
264.559
49.755
22.895
35.391
18.427
42.860
14.237
62.431
32.455
14.307
22.106
57.291
15.451
4.846
9.053
7.456
10.397
2.737
3.191
2.912.947

(6)

55,16
76,39
75,18
69,26
75,03
65,70
55,73
80,26
70,66
25,40
84,61
96,91
90,06
59,52
81,20
95,19
54,88
60,78
83,18
43,76
95,01
73,71
61,63
83,26
80,18
45,07
71,20
60,64
49,78
61,53
28,37
15,55
80,74

(7)

47.302
23.135
57.633
41.410
13.143
24.663
68.475
10.503
19.055
9.840
470.043
1.418.095
23.991
258.083
49.458
22.356
36.790
18.405
43.096
23.284
61.462
34.073
17.953
21.390
57.702
17.233
3.873
10.015
8.689
11.632
2.767
4.779
2.930.328

(8)

55,00
78,16
79,77
77,54
74,33
67,36
53,26
76,69
70,49
26,60
82,98
97,44
91,54
58,06
80,72
92,95
57,05
60,70
83,64
71,57
93,54
77,38
77,33
80,56
80,76
50,27
56,91
67,08
58,01
68,84
28,68
23,28
81,23

(9)

327.695
125.165
291.733
159.675
67.141
71.384
302.560
51.021
96.453
55.904
2.103.314
1.927.668
129.709
1.425.562
195.100
157.361
221.497
85.866
199.265
178.021
292.366
168.876
90.844
107.650
289.202
72.150
14.316
39.886
46.700
54.785
11.995
24.297
9.385.161

(10)

72,27
84,60
75,42
79,06
81,35
65,14
61,59
90,75
81,12
72,68
81,24
95,39
88,00
79,22
67,21
91,87
70,49
65,03
84,75
76,81
94,70
75,74
82,19
85,16
81,99
53,89
83,50
65,03
71,11
64,35
33,87
25,98
80,42

(11)

345.832
128.875
298.371
170.404
68.589
74.269
333.926
42.225
99.133
57.346
2.250.166
1.944.472
129.524
1.454.911
203.350
162.077
220.633
93.472
202.592
134.774
298.285
179.724
97.442
107.988
291.491
88.763
11.435
46.984
47.828
57932
12.274
23.023
9.678.110

(12)

76,28
87,11
77,14
84,38
83,10
67,77
67,97
75,11
83,38
74,55
86,91
96,22
87,87
80,85
70,05
94,62
70,22
70,79
86,17
58,15
96,61
80,61
88,16
85,42
82,64
66,30
66,70
76,60
72,82
68,05
34,66
24,62
82,93

Annex 4.36
COVERAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN WHO GET IRON TABLETS
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

No

Province

Total Population

Number of
Pregnant Woman

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

t.a.d.

t.a.d.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Riau Islands
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatera
Bangka Belitung islands
Lampung
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South-East Sulawesi
West Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Papua
Indonesia

Remarks : Input data are 220 from 393 districts


Source : Directorate of Community Nutritious

4.313.845
1.481.301
3.052.529
983.695
794.104
1.266.224
2.009.119
602.985
6.132.974
1.462.962
27.345.238
23.267.107
2.026.344
25.655.525
1.776.995
1.602.035
2.761.996
2.384.489
3.239.983
1.345.984
1.725.311
2.469.200
1.444.598
1.215.724
4.006.063
1.050.014
249.475
638.526
569.903
794.256
294.426
793.033
128.755.963

107.846
36.824
81.282
24.592
20.176
34.036
50.228
16.693
156.471
36.574
688.935
536.716
47.016
557.934
74.465
37.052
69.609
60.926
79.374
34.993
42.694
61.968
32.793
32.329
100.780
35.074
6.532
16.172
14.858
19.856
7.361
21.383
3.143.542

Coverage of Iron Tablet Service


Fe-1
Fe-3
Total

Total

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

t.a.d.
83.471
34.168
69.566
22.595
8.783
21.856
42.140
14.045
132.658
14.921
584.106
409.769
40.881
457.961
68.340
33.882
54.408
51.639
59.899
24.527
34.087
55.669
23.937
27.006
63.056
22.992
3.390
12.912
13.149
17.991
3.252
8.496
2.515.552

t.a.d.
77,40
92,79
85,59
91,88
43,53
64,21
83,90
84,14
84,78
40,80
84,78
76,35
86,95
82,08
91,77
91,44
78,16
84,76
75,46
70,09
79,84
89,84
72,99
83,53
62,57
65,55
51,90
79,84
88,50
90,61
44,18
39,73
80,02

t.a.d.
69.752
29.980
66.308
22.154
7.937
20.956
39.253
13.017
122.484
13.446
517.358
388.371
34.962
408.156
45.135
31.502
48.923
44.447
54.766
25.664
29.067
47.644
21.264
24.773
47.210
21.338
2.404
10.472
10.114
14.400
2.064
6.651
2.241.972

t.a.d.
64,68
81,41
81,58
90,09
39,34
61,57
78,15
77,98
78,28
36,76
75,10
72,36
74,36
73,15
60,61
85,02
70,28
72,95
69,00
73,34
68,08
76,88
64,84
76,63
46,84
60,84
36,80
64,75
68,07
72,52
28,04
31,10
71,32

Annex 4.37
COVERAGE OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE WOMAN PROVIDED WITH IODINE CAPSULES
BY PROVINCE IN 2004
Reproductive Age Woman in Medium and Severe Endemic Villages/Hamlets
No

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Province

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Number of
Reproductive Age
Woman

Given Iodine Oil


Capsule

% Given Iodine Oil Capsule

(3)

(4)

(5)

285.759
407.317
126.304
16.748
3.385
513.297
36.365
650.828
596.862
4.578.914
22.216
99.765
377.933
244.796
38.270
73.901
17.411
96.449
17.180
264.183
141.916
66.125
10.131
8.686.055

126.697
360.107
61.018
14.627
2.900
144.607
9.879
165.448
291.405
2.044.734
9.108
53.837
343.688
199.404
110
34.200
16.382
79.454
6.618
148.822
60.989
49.449
246
4.223.729

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

44,34
88,41
48,31
87,34
85,67
28,17
27,17
25,42
48,82
44,66
41,00
53,96
90,94
81,46
0,29
46,28
94,09
82,38
38,52
56,33
42,98
74,78
2,43
48,63

Annex 4.38
PROPORTION OF NARCOTIC DRUGS ABUSE COUNSELLING TO All HEALTH COUNSELLING ACTIVITIES BY PROVINCE, 2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
West Java
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Total of all
Health Counselling
Activities

Health Counselling
Total of Narcotic
Drugs Abuse
Counselling Activities

% Narcotic Drugs
Abuse Counselling
Activities

(3)

(4)

(5)

23
5.504
14.864
21.990
28.076
16.332
17.533
648
563
48.154
121.459
64.486
2.693
362.109
42.556
1.984
56.603
42.253
118.260
2.188
25.383
1.062
2.141
3.770
367.054
6.223
302
204.326
131
146
722
1.579.538

23
677
1.164
1.694
20.026
267
660
63
99
2.453
1.512
1.269
106
52.832
4.961
184
4.153
285
4.309
117
761
208
148
55
17.932
246
134
37
6
7
46
116.434

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

100,00
12,30
7,83
7,70
71,33
1,63
3,76
9,72
17,58
5,09
1,24
1,97
3,94
14,59
11,66
9,27
7,34
0,67
3,64
5,35
3,00
19,59
6,91
1,46
4,89
3,95
44,37
0,02
4,58
4,79
6,37
7,37

Annex 4.39
COVERAGE OF HEALTH SERVICES AND MANAGED CARE TO POOR FAMILY
BY PROVINCE IN 2004
2004

No

Province

Number of poor
Households

(1)

(2)

(3)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatra
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South-east Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

97.827
662.749
196.720
272.316
354.161
503.697
145.916
11.815
67.793
8.989.755
2.673.617
158.937
6.191.210
262.064
126.355
1.392.200
313.081.264
205.916
179.867
363.135
413.526
158.119
288.556
305.254
271.131
229.996
170.047
28.689
5.739
132.462
337.940.833

Poor Households covered by


Care

Managed

Number

(4)

(5)

49.906
491.873
183.539
250.855
165.029
336.675
128.082
11.048
60.878
2.847.966
2.287.060
106.891
3.374.116
233.998
105.440
1.266.376
256.761.496
177.855
137.591
326.135
197.666
80.081
271.442
224.109
183.813
51.502
97.506
5.407
5.739
79.132
270.499.206

51,01
74,22
93,30
92,12
46,60
66,84
87,78
93,51
89,80
31,68
85,54
67,25
54,50
89,29
83,45
90,96
82,01
86,37
76,50
89,81
47,80
50,65
94,07
73,42
67,79
22,39
57,34
18,85
100,00
59,74
80,04

Source: Result of Data Collection and Processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator from Distr/Munic and Province Health Office per November 18, 2005
Remarks: (-) not available

Annex 4.39.a
PERCENTAGE OF POOR FAMILIES PROVIDED WITH HEALTH SERVICES
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

Poor Household Service


No

Province

Number of Poor
Households

(1)

(2)

(3)

Poor Household get


health services

(4)

(5)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

281.943

281.943

100,00

North Sumatra

456.279

309.786

67,89

West Sumatra

87.365

55.842

63,92

Riau

258.539

196.743

76,10

Jambi

85,77

South Sumatra

136.312

116.915

1.379.346

220.906

16,02

Bengkulu

118.933

101.021

84,94

Lampung

631.356

247.994

39,28

Bangka Belitung Islands

10

DKI Jakarta

11

West Java

2.689.230

875.331

32,55

12

Central Java

2.681.870

1.905.035

71,03

13

DI Yogyakarta

1.237.617

322.712

26,08

14

East Java

2.575.777

2.217.727

86,10

15

Banten

16

Bali

17

West Nusa Tenggara

18

East Nusa Tenggara

19

West Kalimantan

204.174

105.926

51,88

20

Central Kalimantan

560.184

194.109

34,65

21

South Kalimantan

125.502

91.123

72,61

22

East Kalimantan

457.978

93.241

20,36

23

North Sulaweai

190.338

137.841

72,42

24

Central Sulawesi

182.215

154.782

84,94

25

South Sulawesi

449.220

217.368

48,39

26

South-East Sulawesi

224.358

168.269

75,00

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

130.535

88.024

67,43

29

North Maluku

391.811

141.429

36,10

30

Papua

15.571.118

8.286.212

53,22

Indonesia
Source : Province Health Profile, 2004
Remarks: (-) not available

120.236

42.145

35,05

Annex 4.40
PERCENTAGE OF WORK HEALTH SERVICE TO FORMAL WORKER
BY PROVINCE, 2004

No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatra
West Sumatra
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatra
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulaweai
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source : Province Health Profile, 2004


Remarks: (-) not available

Work Health Service


Number of Formal
Number of worker who
Worker
were serviced
(3)

(4)

346
279.952
4.342
105.451
19.112
297.740
1.003.198
425.752
2.074
422.528
7.094
164.291
31.225
42.962
20.406
4.779
958
2.831.864

%
(5)

93
139.431
4.342
96.792
6.847
254.840
2.695
333.764
1.916
20.876
7.094
8.939
23.736
41.948
13.003
2.396
220
958.839

26,88
49,81
100,00
91,79
35,83
85,59
0,27
78,39
92,38
4,94
100,00
5,44
76,02
97,64
63,72
50,14
22,96
33,86

Annex 5.1
NUMBER OF HEALTH CENTER AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES,
SITUATION IN 2004
Health Center

No

Province

Number of
Population**)

District

Village

with
Beds

without
Beds

Total

Sub
Health
Center

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Riau Islands
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya

TOTAL

3.899.290
12.333.974
4.549.383
4.546.591
1.198.526
2.698.667
6.798.189
1.610.361
7.161.671
1.018.255
9.111.651
39.130.756
32.952.040
3.279.701
37.076.283
9.127.923
3.487.764
4.161.431
4.174.571
4.078.246
1.902.454
3.245.705
2.950.531
2.159.787
2.324.025
7.475.882
1.965.958
916.488
966.535
1.330.676
912.209
1.841.548
566.563
220.953.634

182
303
143
103
71
136
65
145
37
42
43
515
560
83
644
123
51
81
162
132
86
131
143
86
88
244
85
35
43
46
44
125
43

5.669
5.644
2.210
1.296
1.199
2.642
1.185
2.121
323
293
265
5.760
8.705
438
8.434
1.320
686
742
2.455
1.433
1.169
2.012
1.096
1.186
1.439
2.531
1.451
419
427
1.037
631
1.952
608

82
97
63
38
21
38
71
25
29
26
48
132
235
32
295
18
20
28
60
67
31
31
67
59
59
140
35
14
18
30
15
63
23

158
326
147
108
26
94
179
88
193
35
281
850
622
85
612
154
89
97
160
128
101
162
107
55
76
193
103
30
32
73
40
104
32

240
423
210
146
47
132
250
113
222
61
329
982
857
117
907
172
109
125
220
195
132
193
174
114
135
333
138
44
50
103
55
167
55

739
1.883
815
651
588
903
487
704
143
217
0
1.421
1.818
321
2.250
188
480
444
849
750
731
613
602
506
701
955
476
221
212
340
212
546
236

4.820

68.778

2.010

5.540

7.550

22.002

Source : Directorate of Community, Directorate General of Community Health, MoH RI


**) Number of population based on the result of data updating in President Election 2004)
Especially for Prov. NAD, administration area code was input before tsunami earth quake in December 26, 2004

UKBM Facility

Official House

Integrated
Health
Center

Village
Maternal
Hut

Village
Drug Post

Doctor/
Dentist

Paramedic

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

4875
14974
5978
3826

2974
5902
1695
6977
848
3553
35361
43607
5373
42799
5868
4446
5020
6743
3593
2068
3439
4094
2127
2815
8579
1736
953
1360

7116
238.699

Transportation Facility of Health Center


Mobile Health Center
AmbuMotorOthers
4-W

Motorboat

lance

cycle

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

1.929
2.744
733
226
123
1.438
636
712
197
227
0
691
4.068
133
4.728
41
254
498
1.253
1.198
424
1.207
358
284
833
700
185
262
119
83
353
279
59

84
450
186
113
126
54
141
344
37
7
0
201
2.156
67
378
59
1
204
251
135
51
277
115
19
353
303
207
61
14
17
2
118
38

298
519
306
210
212
273
199
366
71
87
121
886
1.039
130
1.116
156
163
193
309
294
214
278
211
132
235
397
183
64
71
94
79
196
76

448
1.195
468
328
360
409
391
677
134
146
134
1.112
1.424
243
1.949
208
465
326
514
665
461
483
407
258
483
600
367
89
104
145
112
486
179

198
267
190
96
128
197
101
172
49
24
70
406
777
108
886
88
111
119
183
112
88
176
126
67
106
215
85
32
27
32
26
71
25

8
0
11
23
12
10
0
3
1
24
165
1
6
0
4
1
46
3
21
75
54
29
46
16
17
8
9
0
2
37
65
66
42

11
5
6
4
3
36
14
8
0
12
17
41
55
35
54
22
1
3
13
0
14
2
15
1
0
5
18
13
0
8
5
2
4

284
621
494
258
322
290
531
298
119
142
245
1.096
2.469
433
1.915
204
285
345
405
328
181
484
289
107
290
596
380
126
85
6
77
174
49

5
0
3
0
0
1
0
136
0
0
15
21
39
0
0
0
0
0
3
1
55
61
43
55
0
19
0
0
0
5
0
0
1

26.975

6.569

9.178

15.770

5.358

805

427

13.928

463

Annex 5.2
NUMBER OF HEALTH CENTER, SUB HEALTH CENTER, AND ITS RATIO TOWARD POPULATION,
AND RATIO OF SUB HEALTH CENTER TOWARD HEALTH CENTER, BY PROVINCE, 2000 - 2004

No.

Province

(1)

(2)

Number of

Number of

Ratio of Health Center/

Ratio of Sub Health Center /

Health Center

Sub Health Center

100,000 Population

100,000 Population

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

Ratio of Sub Health Center /


Health Center
2000
2001 2002 2003 2004
(23)

(24)

(25)

(26)

(27)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

219

219

230

240

240

762

778

821

824

739

5,46

5,46

5,76

5,70

6,15

19,00

19,39

20,58

19,55

18,95

3,48

3,55

3,57

3,43

3,08

North Sumatera

399

404

411

388

423

1.766

1782

1789

1578

1.883

3,48

3,48

3,47

3,27

3,43

15,39

15,36

15,10

13,31

15,27

4,43

4,41

4,35

4,07

4,45

West Sumatera

203

203

204

206

210

824

837

825

834

815

4,80

4,48

4,79

4,62

4,62

19,49

18,45

19,39

18,71

17,91

4,06

4,12

4,04

4,05

3,88

Riau

148

157

167

142

146

648

667

704

642

651

3,13

3,32

13,07

11,55

14,32

4,38

4,25

4,22

4,52

4,46

45

47

211

217

3,21
3,92

14,09

Riau Islands

2,55
-

13,69

3,10
-

49,06

4,69

4,62

Jambi

126

123

130

127

132

565

630

628

634

588

5,25

4,76

5,29

4,94

4,89

23,53

24,4

25,57

24,68

33,46

4,48

5,12

4,83

4,99

4,45

South Sumatera

227

227

214

235

250

865

879

853

891

903

3,51

3,41

2,98

3,62

3,68

12,92

13,20

11,89

13,74

7,16

3,81

3,87

3,99

3,79

3,61

Bengkulu

112

112

112

112

113

476

478

479

478

487

7,79

6,95

6,86

7,38

7,02

33,88

29,67

29,32

31,51

43,72

4,25

4,27

4,28

4,27

4,31

Lampung

198

204

211

219

222

684

685

688

704

704

2,98

2,99

3,11

3,16

3,10

10,28

10,03

10,15

10,16

2,00

3,45

3,36

3,26

3,21

3,17

45

45

45

45

61

137

137

140

139

143

5,00

4,84

4,86

4,61

5,99

15,24

14,72

15,13

14,24

21,31

3,04

3,04

3,11

3,09

2,34

11 DKI Jakarta

329

329

328

329

329

3,92

3,40

4,00

3,82

3,61

0,00

0,00

1,03

0,00

12 West Java

946

962

976

982

982

1.414

1.413

1.415

1.413

1.421

2,55

2,76

2,64

2,59

2,51

3,82

4,05

3,83

3,72

3,63

1,49

1,47

1,45

1,44

1,45

13 Central Java

862

853

853

855

857

1.830

1.826

1.844

1.830

1.818

2,79

2,80

2,69

2,67

2,60

5,93

6,05

5,82

5,71

5,52

2,12

2,14

2,16

2,14

2,12

14 DI Yogyakarta

126

126

117

117

117

312

312

320

321

321

4,05

3,90

3,69

3,65

3,57

10,03

9,66

10,10

10,01

9,79

2,48

2,48

2,74

2,74

2,74

10 Bangka Belitung Islands

15 East Java

927

921

922

918

907

2.230

2.243

2.238

2.239

2.250

2,68

2,61

2,63

2,54

2,45

6,46

6,37

6,38

6,19

6,07

2,41

2,44

2,43

2,44

2,48

16 Banten

165

162

168

171

172

250

253

202

190

188

2,31

1,89

1,91

1,88

3,60

2,27

2,12

2,06

1,52

1,56

1,20

1,11

1,09

17 Bali

112

107

107

108

109

471

471

474

479

480

3,58

3,46

3,31

3,22

3,13

15,07

15,23

14,66

14,29

13,76

4,21

4,40

4,43

4,44

4,40

18 West Nusa Tenggara

114

120

121

127

125

436

433

428

438

444

2,98

3,09

2,98

3,17

3,00

11,41

11,16

10,54

10,94

10,67

3,82

3,61

3,54

3,45

3,55

19 East Nusa Tenggara

210

210

211

218

220

797

793

809

837

849

5,34

5,19

5,36

5,35

5,27

20,28

19,61

20,54

20,55

20,34

3,80

3,78

3,83

3,84

3,86

20 West Kalimantan

197

194

189

192

195

672

714

710

748

750

5,27

4,96

4,52

4,86

4,78

17,97

18,27

16,98

18,95

18,39

3,41

3,68

3,76

3,90

3,85
5,54

21 Central Kalimantan

133

133

118

133

132

663

706

707

825

731

6,33

7,63

6,05

7,28

6,94

36,80

40,48

36,28

45,16

38,42

4,98

5,31

5,99

6,20

22 South Kalimantan

188

189

189

189

193

583

613

613

600

613

6,03

6,15

6,22

5,95

5,95

19,63

19,96

20,16

18,90

18,89

3,10

3,24

3,24

3,17

3,18

23 East Kalimantan

147

153

165

167

174

562

572

552

565

602

4,96

6,22

6,48

6,17

5,90

23,07

23,27

21,67

20,89

20,40

3,82

3,74

3,35

3,38

3,46

24 North Sulawesi

101

101

101

108

114

497

519

521

500

506

6,34

5,12

4,94

5,08

5,28

25,28

26,31

25,46

23,50

23,43

4,92

5,14

5,16

4,63

4,44

25 Central Sulawesi

131

130

132

134

135

683

687

704

708

701

4,56

6,39

5,79

6,06

5,81

33,05

33,77

30,88

32,03

30,16

5,21

5,28

5,33

5,28

5,19

26 South Sulawesi

355

356

367

376

333

1.167

1.141

1.162

1.161

955

7,34

4,56

4,43

4,58

4,45

14,99

14,62

14,02

14,13

12,77

3,29

3,21

3,17

3,09

2,87

27 South East Sulawesi

130

130

122

115

138

472

472

458

408

476

12,33

8,61

6,34

6,13

7,02

26,64

31,27

23,79

21,75

24,21

3,63

3,63

3,75

3,55

3,45

39

40

39

47

44

216

248

263

247

221

4,99

4,47

5,33

4,80

30,92

30,14

28,03

24,11

5,54

6,20

6,74

5,26

5,02

28 Gorontalo

29 West Sulawesi
30 Maluku

50
96

31 North Maluku
32 Papua

33 West Irian Jaya


Indonesia

100

96

98

103

212
291

306

291

308

340

21,93

5,17
9,47

7,83

8,48

8,05

7,74

41,75

23,96

4,24

25,70

25,30

25,55

3,03

3,06

3,03

3,14

3,30

52

46

49

53

55

210

192

224

221

212

3,56

5,05

6,60

6,21

6,03

10,45

21,08

30,18

25,90

23,24

4,04

4,17

4,57

4,17

3,85

200

221

215

165

167

784

800

844

557

546

6,47

8,81

37,11

31,88

36,08

7,02

29,65

3,92

3,62

3,93

3,38

3,27

52

55

232

236

7,02
-

9,07

9,19
-

41,65

4,46

4,29

7.277 7.309

7.413

7.550 21.267 21.587 21.706 21.762

22.002

3,56

3,55

3,46

3,46

9,71
3,47

10,45

10,53

10,33

10,15

2,94

2,97

2,97

2,94

2,91

7.237

Source : Directorate General of Community Health, MoH


In 2004 : Number of population based on data of BPS-Statistic Indonesia

10,14

Annex 5.3
NUMBER OF HEALTH CENTER AND HEALTH CENTER WITH BEDS
BY PROVINCE IN INDONESIA, 2000 - 2004
No.

Province

(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Riau Islands
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan

North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Source: Directorate General of Community Health, MoH RI

2000
(3)

219
399
203
148
126
227
112
198
45
329
946
862
126
927
165
112
114
210
197
133
188
147
101
131
355
130
39
96
52
200
7.237

Number of Health Center


2001
2002
2003
(4)

219
404
203
157
123
227
112
204
45
329
962
853
126
921
162
107
120
210
194
133
189
153
101
130
356
130
40
100
46
221
7.277

(5)

230
411
204
167
130
214
112
211
45
328
976
853
117
922
168
107
121
211
189
118
189
165
101
132
367
122
39
96
49
215
7.309

(6)

240
388
206
142
45
127
235
112
219
45
329
982
855
117
918
171
108
127
218
192
133
189
167
108
134
376
115
47
98
53
165
52
7.413

2004

2000

(7)

(8)

240
423
210
146
47
132
250
113
222
61
329
982
857
117
907
172
109
125
220
195
132
193
174
114
135
333
138
44
50
103
55
167
55
7.550

Number of Health Center with Beds


2001
2002
2003
2004

72
98
63
42
31
67
21
23
7
50
131
184
30
257
19
20
25
57
65
35
25
48
56
55
137
36
13
30
14
74
1.785

(9)

72
98
64
44
31
67
21
25
7
50
130
187
31
261
18
20
27
57
65
34
26
52
56
56
150
36
14
30
15
74
1.818

(10)

77
97
62
49
37
67
25
30
10
47
132
206
32
283
18
20
43
62
66
28
25
68
57
55
150
36
14
32
20
78
1.926

(11)

78
90
63
36
21
36
68
10
28
25
46
18
128
214
32
279
20
27
59
66
33
26
68
17
66
57
156
28
30
16
61
22
1.924

(12)

82
97
63
38
21
38
71
25
29
26
48
132
235
32
295
18
20
28
60
67
31
31
67
59
59
140
35
14
18
30
15
63
23
2.010

Annex 5.4
NUMBER OF MOBILE HEALTH CENTER AND ITS RATIO TOWARDS HEALTH CENTER
BY PROVINCE IN INDONESIA, IN 2000 - 2004

No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Riau Islands
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan

North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

2000
4-W
MB
(3)

239
325
177
119
101
200
130
157
38
84
477
698
130
923
120
125
120
185
117
102
171
94
79
93
257
80
29
35
38
108
5.551

Source : Directorate General of Community Health, MoH


Remarks: 4-W = Mobile Health Center with 4 wheels-car
MB = Mobile Health Center with motor boat

(4)

13
15
6
52
25
19
2
5
1
4
0
4
0
5
0
1
2
22
120
89
39
51
18
25
160
23
1
22
24
93
841

2001
4-W
(5)

236
264
183
111
92
190
113
170
38
84
412
610
129
803
62
114
125
177
115
97
177
94
77
91
249
76
27
27
29
112
5.084

Number of Mobile Health Center


2003
2002
MB
4-W
MB
4-W
MB
(6)

14
19
6
56
24
62
2
2
1
4
0
4
0
5
0
1
2
28
116
76
34
37
21
19
16
18
2
19
19
109
716

(7)

192
237
188
103
114
149
102
160
30
68
384
665
108
871
90
110
112
173
93
77
168
113
81
96
229
77
23
35
18
118
4.984

(8)

8
1
3
46
15
20
0
1
0
4
2
4
0
6
1
45
3
19
58
75
40
50
17
21
15
14
0
22
62
102
654

(9)

144
73
73
28
66
110
34
109
96
24
42
150
500
59
529
87
45
69
58
53
83
50
11
17
183
16
16
27
32
11
2.795

(10)

2
0
7
11
6
20
0
4
0
0
0
1
6
0
2
2
1
7
67
24
4
17
0
17
19
5
7
46
24
18
317

2004
4-W
MB
(11)

198
267
190
96
24
128
197
101
172
49
70
406
777
108
886
88
111
119
183
112
88
176
126
67
106
215
85
32
27
32
26
71
25
5.358

(12)

8
0
11
23
24
12
10
0
3
1
165
1
6
0
4
1
46
3
21
75
54
29
46
16
17
8
9
0
2
37
65
66
42
805

2000
(13)

Ratio of Mobile Health Center/


Health Center
2001
2002
2003
(14)

(15)

(16)

2004
(17)

1,2
0,9
0,9
1,2
1,0
1,0
1,2
0,8
0,9
0,3
0,5
0,8
1,0
1,0
0,5
1,1
1,1
1,0
1,2
1,4
1,1
1,0
0,9
0,9
1,2
0,8
0,6

1,2
0,7
0,9
1,1
0,9
1,1
1,0
0,9
0,9
0,3
0,4
0,7
1,0
0,9
0,5
1,1
1,0
1,0
1,2
1,3
1,1
0,9
1,0
0,8
0,8
0,7
0,6

0,9
0,6
0,9
0,9
1,0
0,8
0,9
0,8
0,7
0,2
0,4
0,8
0,9
1,0
0,5
1,4
1,0
0,9
0,8
1,3
1,1
1,0
1,0
0,9
0,7
0,7
0,6

0,0
0,4
0,4
0,6
0,9
0,6
0,6
0,3
0,5
2,1
0,1
0,0
0,2
4,3
0,1
3,1
0,8
0,4
0,3
0,7
0,6
0,5
0,4
0,1
0,3
0,0
1,8
0,4

0,8
0,9
1,0
0,9

0,5
0,9
1,1
0,8

0,6
1,6
1,0
0,8

0,2
1,4
0,3
0,6
0,4

0,9
0,6
1,0
0,8
1,0
1,1
0,8
0,9
0,8
0,8
0,7
0,4
0,9
0,9
1,0
0,5
1,4
1,0
0,9
1,0
1,1
1,1
1,0
0,7
0,9
0,7
0,7
0,7
0,6
0,7
1,7
0,8
1,2
0,8

Annex 5.5
NUMBER OF HOSPITAL IN INDONESIA BY OWNERSHIP AND PROVINCE
IN 2004

No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

MOH/Local Government
General Special
Total
Hospital Hospital

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan

North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
West Irian Jaya
Central Irian Jaya
East Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Source: Directorate General of Medical Care, MoH

(3)

14
25
15
10
7
11
4
6
3
8
28
40
6
43
5
9
6
13
10
10
11
10
6
9
26
5
2
6
2
4
3
4
361

(4)

(5)

1
5
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
7
8
8
1
8
1
2
3
0
3
0
2
2
1
1
7
1
1
1
0
0
0
2
74

Armed Forces/Police
General Special
Total
Hospital Hospital
(6)

15
30
17
11
8
13
5
7
4
15
36
48
7
51
6
11
9
13
13
10
13
12
7
10
33
6
3
7
2
4
3
6
435

3
7
3
5
2
2
1
1
0
8
12
8
2
19
2
2
1
2
2
1
3
3
2
1
6
2
0
3
2
2
2
1
110

(7)

(8)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2

Other Ministry/BUMN
General Special
Total
Hospital Hospital
(9)

3
7
3
5
2
2
1
1
0
9
12
8
2
20
2
2
1
2
2
1
3
3
2
1
6
2
0
3
2
2
2
1
112

(10)

3
17
1
6
2
5
0
0
0
5
6
3
0
13
2
0
0
0
1
0
2
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
71

(11)

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7

Private
General Special
Hospital Hospital
(12)

3
18
1
6
2
5
0
0
0
6
7
3
1
15
2
0
0
0
1
0
2
2
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
78

5
61
9
11
2
8
1
8
1
51
45
72
9
56
8
16
2
8
7
0
4
8
11
4
12
3
0
6
0
2
1
3
434

(13)

2
6
10
1
1
2
0
3
0
32
25
40
15
22
4
4
0
1
2
0
4
1
0
4
7
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
187

Total
(14)

7
67
19
12
3
10
1
11
1
83
70
112
24
78
12
20
2
9
9
0
8
9
11
8
19
3
0
7
0
2
1
3
621

All Hospitals
General Special
Total
Hospital Hospital
(15)

25
110
28
32
13
26
6
15
4
72
91
123
17
131
17
27
9
23
20
11
20
23
19
14
45
11
2
15
4
9
6
8
976

(16)

3
12
12
2
2
4
1
4
1
41
34
48
17
33
5
6
3
1
5
0
6
3
1
5
15
1
1
2
0
0
0
2
270

(17)

28
122
40
34
15
30
7
19
5
113
125
171
34
164
22
33
12
24
25
11
26
26
20
19
60
12
3
17
4
9
6
10
1.246

Annex 5.6
NUMBER OF GENERAL HOSPITAL BY OWNERSHIP
1995 - 2004
Number of General Hospital
No.

Ownership

(1)

(2)

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

Ministry of Health

15

15

15

15

14

14

14

14

14

13

Province

42

42

42

43

40

42

45

45

45

43

District/Municipality

281

283

285

287

285

286

285

287

294

305

MOH + Local Government

338

340

342

345

339

342

344

346

353

Armed Forces/Police

110

111

111

112

110

110

110

110

110

110

Other Ministry/State-owned Enterprise (BUMN)

73

72

69

68

68

68

70

70

71

71

Government

521

523

522

525

517

520

524

526

534

Private

329

335

351

363

370

390

411

427

432

850

858

873

888

887

910

935

953

966

Total

Source: Directorate General of Medical Care, MoH

361

542

434

976

Annex 5.7
NUMBER OF GENERAL HOSPITAL BEDS BY OWNERSHIP
1995 - 2004
Number of General Hospital Beds
No.

Ownership

(1)

(2)

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

9.023

9.089

9.610

9.471

9.194

9.173

9.264

9.086

8.858

8.505

Ministry of Health

Province

11.901

12.032

11.936

11.914

12.109

12.226

12.832

12.872

12.958

12.391

District/Municipality

28.168

28.501

28.888

29.371

29.536

29.883

29.682

30.316

30.803

31.959

MoH + Local Government

49.092

49.622

50.434

50.756

50.839

51.282

51.778

52.274

52.619

52.855

Armed Forces/Police

10.752

10.836

10.874

10.938

10.748

10.811

10.942

10.740

10.718

10.761

Other Ministry/ State-owned Enterprise (BUMN)

7.246

7.281

6.881

7.045

6.888

6.928

6.836

6.729

6.758

6.537

Government

67.090

67.739

68.189

68.739

68.475

69.021

69.556

69.743

70.095

70.153

Private

33.298

34.303

35.697

36.553

37.308

38.516

40.392

41.796

42.284

42.487

100.388

102.042

103.886

105.292

105.783

107.537

109.948

111.539

112.379

112.640

Total

Source: Directorate General of Medical Care, MoH

Annex 5.8
NUMBER OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALS AND THEIR BEDS
BY TYPE OF HOSPITAL, 1997 - 2004
No.

Type of Hospital

(1)

(2)

1997

1998

1999

2001

2000

2004

2003

2002

Hospital

Beds

Hospital

Beds

Hospital

Beds

Hospital

Beds

Hospital

Beds

Hospital

Beds

Hospital

Beds

Hospital

Beds

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

1 Psychiatric Hospital

49

8.208

50

7.921

50

7.863

50

7.834

50

6.689

51

7.777

51

7.771

51

8.535

2 Leprosy Hospital

24

2.724

24

2.643

24

2.593

24

2.459

24

2.427

23

2.344

23

2.344

22

2.248

3 Pulmonary TB Hosp.

10

747

10

748

10

761

711

711

722

722

751

4 Eyes Hospital

10

580

10

501

10

507

10

468

10

446

10

418

10

418

10

460

5 Optamological H.

187

187

187

187

187

187

187

187

6 Infectious Disease H.

103

103

103

144

144

144

144

144

7 Cardiac Hospital

214

234

8 Cancer Hospital

129

128

50

2.270

51

2.279

51

2.290

54

2.432

53

2.361

55

2.491

55

2.464

55

2.439

10 Mother & Children H.

63

3.175

63

3.100

11 Dental & Oral Hosp.

11

12 Other Specialized H.

72

3.291

77

3.512

77

3.511

86

3.735

96

4.304

112

4.592

41

1.182

55

1.365

268 18.750

270

19.591

9 Maternal Hospital

Total

217 18.110

Source: Directorate General of Medical Care, MoH

224 17.894

224 17.815

235 17.970

244 17.269

262 18.675

Annex 5.9
NUMBER OF HEALTH SERVICE FACILITIES WITH HEALTH LABORATORY AND
HAVING 4 BASIC SPECIALISTS BY PROVINCE
2004
Number of
No

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan

North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

Source: Provincial Health Profile 2004


Remarks : (-) not available

Total

Health Laboratory

4 Basic
Specialists

(3)

(4)

(5)

458
168
126
139
125
247
1.121
161
1.067
144
143
207
150
109
222
142
155
383
131
123
-

233
215
104
83
125
144
106
161
822
142
102
180
97
62
37
100
149
152
15
1
-

5.521

3.030

Health Laboratory

4 Basic
Specialists

(6)

(7)

1
25
6
8
6
27
19
36
9
14
6
30
20
8
7
1
-

50,87
127,98
100,00
58,30
9,46
100,00
77,04
98,61
71,33
86,96
64,67
56,88
16,67
70,42
96,13
39,69
0,81
-

0,00
0,60
6,40
2,43
2,41
11,80
3,37
6,25
9,79
5,50
13,51
14,08
5,16
0,81
-

223

54,88

7,36

Annex 5.10
PERCENTAGE OF HEALTH FACILITY WITH EMERGENCY CAPABILITY
BY PROVINCE
2004
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Province

Number of
Health Facilities

(2)

(3)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
Bengkulu
South Sumatera
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
South Kalimantan

North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

Emergency Capability
Total
%
(4)

(5)

12
190
17
172
161
72
120
291
88
477
113
1.709
1.101
63
413
97
323
177
196
137
83
227
87
360
40
6
49
38

2
49
17
172
40
54
92
96
67
98
35
309
389
63
307
33
47
96
43
73
51
129
54
229
8
2
21
27

16,67
25,79
100,00
100,00
24,84
75,00
76,67
32,99
76,14
20,55
30,97
18,08
35,33
100,00
74,33
34,02
14,55
54,24
21,94
53,28
61,45
56,83
62,07
63,61
20,00
33,33
42,86
71,05

6.819

2.603

38,17

Source: Result of data collecting and processing of Minimum Service Standard Performance Indicator in the Health Sector from District/Municipality and Provincial Health Office, per Nove
Remarks : (-) not available

Annex 5.11
NUMBER OF PRODUCTION FACILITIES OF PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLIES AND MEDICAL DEVICES
BY TYPE AND PROVINCE, 2001 - 2004
Industry

No.

Pharmaceutical
Industry

Province

(1)

(2)

Medical Devices

Traditional Drug Industry


Traditional Drug Industry
Small Traditional Drug Industry

Household Health Supplies

2001

2002

2003

2004

2001

2002

2003

2004

2001

2002

2003

2004

2001

2002

2003

2004

2001

2002

2003

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

Cosmetics

2004
(21)

2001

2002

2003

(22)

(23)

(24)

2004
(25)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

25

26

26

26

North Sumatera

10

11

11

11

70

57

15

15

18

18

34

34

37

40

39

39

39

42

West Sumatera

12

14

14

14

Riau

28

Jambi

11

Bengkulu

South Sumatera

Lampung

Bangka Belitung Islands

24

25

10

DKI Jakarta

39

40

40

62

12

19

13

13

133

141

160

160

56

60

63

63

79

85

95

95

174

181

185

185

11

West Java

68

71

72

77

33

33

36

36

99

118

172

172

50

54

57

57

101

129

146

146

92

107

114

114

12

Central Java

23

25

25

31

10

10

10

10

190

200

208

208

13

33

33

33

33

33

51

51

33

33

45

141

13

DI Yogyakarta

21

21

21

21

14

East Java

40

51

51

57

11

186

172

338

346

11

65

20

81

114

125

130

130

138

141

141

15

Banten

19

22

24

20

20

21

28

28

20

20

22

22

50

55

63

63

28

30

32

32

16

Bali

17

West Nusa Tenggara

13

34

18

East Nusa Tenggara

19

West Kalimantan

20

Central Kalimantan

99

21

South Kalimantan

27

27

27

32

99

29

22

East Kalimantan

11

11

11

11

40

55

55

23

North Sulawesi

24

Central Sulawesi

367

391

25

South Sulawesi

75

75

26

South East Sulawesi

27

Gorontalo

28

Maluku

29

North Maluku

25

84

30

Papua

0
205

0
226

0
229

0
295

0
81

0
86

0
86

0
89

3
794

2
811

2
1.130

2
1.134

0
163

0
272

0
400

81
727

0
413

0
483

0
554

0
1.015

0
506

0
541

Total
Source : based on data updating meeting

0
0
569 1.088

Annex 5.12
NUMBER OF DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES AND PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES
BY PROVINCE, 2001 - 2004

No.

Province

(1)

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan

North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Irian Jaya
Total

Source

: based on data updating meeting

Remarks

: bold number is the previous data

Pharmaceutical Wholesaler

Dispensary

2001

2002

2003

2004

2001

2002

2003

2004

2001

2002

2003

2004

2001

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

109
60
58
37
83

92
64
63
39
76

459
241
223
40
306
30
66
18
17
40
11
47
45
44
24
72
8

41
1
494
321
225
45
305
38
73
22
18
41
10
47
45
41
19
74
11

9
35
2.082

12
1
31
2.249

28
103
67
84
39
76
13
51
3
526
349
249
43
334
45
79
23
19
43
12
51
45
39
13
79
13
2
15
1
34
2.478

28
106
67
84
37
76
13
51
3
526
349
249
43
290
45
79
24
19
43
12
49
45
39
12
79
13
2
14
1
34
2.432

425
133
114
77
160
41

1008
1.231
652
164
1.022
245
216
58
30
46
38
65
94
71
50
304
25
21
13
88
6.391

95
95
483
499
499
165
158
165
192
122
192
78
75
80
137
160
137
57
41
46
127
114
124
23
21
23
1226
1137
1226
1.505 1.566 1.566
879
722
879
225
208
225
1.311 1.331 1.375
345
345
345
250
250
250
84
67
79
48
42
48
77
62
77
55
49
55
115
73
84
144
115
144
90
73
80
55
60
60
331
352
331
39
37
39
19
18
19
35
29
32
25
13
17
116
109
116
7.767

8.364

Medical Devices Supplies


Distributor
Sub Distributor
2002
2003
2004
2001
2002 2003 2004

Drug Store

8.456

389
354
362
137
135
0

389
384
482
137
132
0

340
535
361
46

81
810
535
480
51

37
49
79
309
63
226
253
82
137
360
114

48
60
81
242
60
233
297
121
137
385
133

68
43
39

71
17
39

4.518

5.405

389
397
650
309
132
28
142
962
535
600
45
1
71
63
151
301
81
262
386
135
115
450
156
36
75
20
118
6.610

0
389
397
650
150
130
117
116
0
962
535
600
45
230
32
71
63
151
301
81
321
386
149
105
450
156
36
74
23
118
6.838

(16)

74

(17)

78

29

(17)

51
36
86
165

602
30

670
30

29
4
750
42

105
50
28
0
27
74

8
57
36
0
42
33
82

50
11
0
1

55
21
0
2

12
76
51
0
48
33
92
40
62
23
16
2

12
7

1.061

1.152

1.639

51
103
86
165
92
87
37
32
4
750
42
2
12
76
34
0
48
33
92
40
62
23
16
2
12
81
1.982

(18)

(19)

(20)

(21)

46

57

96

96
-

166

205

255

79

80
1

81
68
4

38

255
81
68
4

38
-

55

55
70

59
42
1

59
42
1
38
12

12
291

343

711

819

Annex 5.13
NUMBER OF MANAGEMENT UNIT (EX PHARMACEUTICAL WHOLESALER) IN DISTRICT/MUNICIPALITY
BY PROVINCE, 2002 - 2004

No

Province

(1)

6
7
8
9
10
11
26
12
28
32
1
2
3
4
5
27
22
23
24
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
30
21
29
25
31

(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan

North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Irian Jaya
West Irian Jaya
TOTAL

Source : based on data updating meeting and data collecting in province

2002

Year
2003

2004

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

20
23
16
11
10
11
7
10
7
5
6
25
35
5
38
6
9
8
16
10
14
13
13
8
9
28
7
5
5
8
19
9

10
18
14
11
6
7
4
10
3

10
20
14
11
9
7
4
10
3

20
20
15
11
10
10
1
10
3

6
21
35
5
38
6
12
7
12
10
8
11
12
6
5
12
4
3
5
3
14
1

6
24
35
5
38
6
12
8
14
10
8
11
12
8
5
12
4
3
5
3
14

6
25
35
5
38
3
9
7
13
10
6
11
13
8
6
11
5
5
5
3
14
1

416

319

331

339

District/Municipality

Annex 5.14
NUMBER OF HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE ORIGINATED FROM COMMUNITY (HIOC) FACILITIES
SITUATION IN 2004
HIOC Facilities
No.

Province

Number of Villages

(1)

(2)

(3)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
Riau Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
DI Yogyakarta
East Java
Banten
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan

North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
West Sulawesi
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Indonesia

5.669
5.644
2.210
1.296
1.199
2.642
1.185
2.121
323
293
265
5.760
8.705
438
8.434
1.320
686
742
2.455
1.433
1.169
2.012
1.096
1.186
1.439
2.531
1.451
419
427
1.037
631
1.952
608
68.778

Source : Directorate of Community, Directorate of General of Community Health, MoH

Integrated Health
Center

Village Polyclinic

(4)

(5)

3.678
14.823
3.694
2.977
2.259
5.366
1.766
7.242
900
881
1.175
24.193
42.693
4.632
42.001
5.115
4.528
4.850
6.848
3.236
1.116
2.794
2.653
1.347
2.751
6.588
1.592
969
995
833
1.104
1.066
306
206.971

1.929
2.744
733
226
123
1.438
636
712
197
227
0
691
4.068
133
4.728
41
254
498
1.253
1.198
424
1.207
358
284
833
700
185
262
119
83
353
279
59
26.975

Ratio of HIOC Facilities towards Villages


Village Drug Post

Integrated Health
Center

Village Polyclinic

Village Drug Post

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

84
450
186
113
126
54
141
344
37
7
0
201
2.156
67
378
59
1
204
251
135
51
277
115
19
353
303
207
61
14
17
2
118
38
6.569

0,65
2,63
1,67
2,30
1,88
2,03
1,49
3,41
2,79
3,01
4,43
4,20
4,90
10,58
4,98
3,88
6,60
6,54
2,79
2,26
0,95
1,39
2,42
1,14
1,91
2,60
1,10
2,31
2,33
0,80
1,75
0,55
0,50
3,01

0,34
0,49
0,33
0,17
0,10
0,54
0,54
0,34
0,61
0,77
0,12
0,47
0,30
0,56
0,03
0,37
0,67
0,51
0,84
0,36
0,60
0,33
0,24
0,58
0,28
0,13
0,63
0,28
0,08
0,56
0,14
0,10
0,39

0,01
0,08
0,08
0,09
0,11
0,02
0,12
0,16
0,11
0,02
0,03
0,25
0,15
0,04
0,04
0,00
0,27
0,10
0,09
0,04
0,14
0,10
0,02
0,25
0,12
0,14
0,15
0,03
0,02
0,00
0,06
0,06
0,10

Annex 5.15
NUMBER OF INTEGRATED HEALTH CENTERS BY STRATA LEVEL AND PROVINCE, 2004
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Province
(2)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Riau Islands
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bangka Belitung Islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
DKI Jakarta
Banten
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
South Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
West Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi*
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
West Sulawesi
Indonesia

Source : Directorate General of Community Health, MoH

Number of

Number of

Integrated HC

Health Center

(3)

(4)

4.875
14.974
5.978
3.826

2.974
5.902
848
1.695
6.977
3.553
5.868
35.361
43.607
5.373
42.799
3.439
2.068
3.593
4.094
2.127
2.815
8.579
1.736
953
4.446
5.020
6.743
1.360

7.116

238.699

240
423
210
146
132
250
113
47
222
61
329
172
982
857
117
907
193
132
195
174
114
135
333
138
44
109
125
220
103
55
167
55
50
7.550

Pratama
Total
%

Madya
Total
%

(6)

(7)

3.217
6.714
1.888
910

1.153
2.341
277
704
2.077
751
3.459
10.685
7.362
1.151
13.170
1.831
1.443
1.330
1.177
857
1.328
4.073
422
459
734
2.808
3.816
1.360

2.734

65,99
44,84
31,58
23,78

38,77
39,66
32,67
41,53
29,77
21,14
58,95
30,22
16,88
21,42
30,77
53,24
69,78
37,02
28,75
40,29
47,18
47,48
24,31
48,16
16,51
55,94
56,59
100,00

38,42

(8)

980
5.493
2.025
2.094

1.108
1.831
360
598
2.796
1.883
1.765
16.839
20.285
1.588
17.922
1.172
337
1.538
1.477
766
949
2.924
645
374
1.454
1.605
2.285
0

2.048

(9)

20,10
36,68
33,87
54,73

37,26
31,02
42,45
35,28
40,07
53,00
30,08
47,62
46,52
29,56
41,87
34,08
16,30
42,81
36,08
36,01
33,71
34,08
37,15
39,24
32,70
31,97
33,89
0,00

80.231

33,61

95.141

Purnama
Total
%
(10)

(11)

Mandiri
Total
%
(12)

(13)

28,78

361
2.605
1.749
683

634
1.563
190
322
1.795
799
504
7.108
15.854
1.823
10.342
373
280
658
1.002
449
456
1.453
549
119
2.131
551
597
0

1.440

7,41
17,40
29,26
17,85

21,32
26,48
22,41
19,00
25,73
22,49
8,59
20,10
36,36
33,93
24,16
10,85
13,54
18,31
24,47
21,11
16,20
16,94
31,62
12,49
47,93
10,98
8,85
0,00

20,24

317
162
316
139

79
167
21
71
309
120
140
729
106
811
1.365
63
8
67
438
55
82
129
120
1
127
56
45
0

894

6,50
1,08
5,29
3,63

2,66
2,83
2,48
4,19
4,43
3,38
2,39
2,06
0,24
15,09
3,19
1,83
0,39
1,86
10,70
2,59
2,91
1,50
6,91
0,10
2,86
1,12
0,67
0,00

12,56

39,86

56.390

23,62

6.937

2,91

Annex 5.16

NUMBER OF VILLAGE DRUG POSTS (VDP) BY STRATA LEVEL AND PROVINCE, 2004
No.
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Province

Total
VDP

(2)

(3)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bangka Belitung Islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
DKI Jakarta
Banten
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
South Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
West Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
West Irian Jaya
Riau Islands

...
...
...
...
...
352
...
137
...
...
152
...
3.431
70
276
339
203
271
202
...
761
377
1.854
56
...
265
358
...
...
...
...
...

Indonesia

9.104

Source : Directorate General of Community Health, MoH

Pratama
Total
%
(4)

...
...
...
...
...
233
...
96
...
...
148
...
2.385
51
221
266
203
250
160
...
514
301
761
49
...
231
78
...
...
...
...
...
5.947

Madya
Total
%

(5)

(6)

...
...
...
...
...
66,19
...
70,07
...
...
97,37
...
69,51
72,86
80,07
78,47
100,00
92,25
79,21
...
67,54
79,84
41,05
87,50
...
87,17
21,79
...
...
...
...
...
65,32

(7)

...
...
...
...
...
41
...
30
...
...
3
...
739
8
47
72
0
21
11
...
190
68
637
7
...
24
274
...
...
...
...
...
2.172

Purnama
Total
%
(8)

(9)

Mandiri
Total
%
(10)

(11)

...
...
...
...
...
11,65
...
21,90
...
...
1,97
...
21,54
11,43
17,03
27,07
0,00
7,75
5,45
...
24,97
18,04
34,36
12,50
...
9,06
76,54
...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...
43
...
2
...
...
1
...
161
7
7
1
0
0
12
...
57
7
381
0
...
8
6
...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...
12,22
...
1,46
...
...
0,66
...
4,69
10,00
2,54
1,39
0,00
0,00
5,94
...
7,49
1,86
20,55
0,00
...
3,02
1,68
...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...
15
...
0
...
...
0
...
146
4
1
0
0
0
10
...
0
1
75
0
...
2
3
...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...
4,26
...
0,00
...
...
0,00
...
4,26
5,71
0,36
0,00
0,00
0,00
4,95
...
0,00
0,27
4,05
0,00
...
0,75
0,84
...
...
...
...
...

23,86

693

7,61

257

2,82

Annex 5.17

NUMBER OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH (UKK) POSTS BY STRATA LEVEL AND PROVINCE, 2004
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Pratama
Total
%

Madya
Total
%

Province

Number of UKK

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

325
15

42

55

109
263
111
42
55
179

64
266
24
838
134
50
151

293
15

100

32

94
259
106

167

59
204
24
613
52
44
91

90,2
100,0

238,1

58,2

86,2
98,5
95,5

93,3

92,2
76,7
100,0
73,2
38,8
88,0
60,3

22
0

12
9
5

5
41
0
169
42
4
51

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bangka Belitung Islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
DKI Jakarta
Banten
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
South Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
West Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
Indonesia

2.723

2.153

79,07

369

Purnama
Total
%

Mandiri
Total
%

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

6,77

3,64

11,01
3,42
4,50

3,91

7,81
15,41
20,17
31,34
8,00
33,77

10
0

6
2
0

0
21
0
56
18
2
9

3,08

5,50
0,76

5,03

7,89
6,68
13,43
4,00
5,96

0
0

2
2
0

0
0
0
0
22
0
0

13,55

133

4,88

2
1

16

31

1,14

Annex 5.18
NUMBER OF FAMILY MEDICINE HERBS BY STRATA LEVEL AND PROVINCE, 2004

No.

Province

Number of Head of Family

Fam. Medicine Herbs

Pratama

Madya

Purnama

Mandiri

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bangka Belitung Islands
Bengkulu
Lampung
DKI Jakarta
Banten
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
South Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
West Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua

Indonesia
Source : Directorate General of Community Health, MoH

4.925
1.414.129
234.303

4.555
49

75,6
90,7

1.378
2

22,9
3,7

96
2

1,6
3,7

0
1

0,0
1,9

37,4

216
27
76

17,6

4,9

0
13
0

0,0

5,4

42
20
69

3,4

1.401

460
688
1.256

653

316

48,4

0,9

0,6

0,3

446
2.294

76,2
67,8

118
554

20,2
16,4

21
49

3,6
1,4

4
0

0,7
0,0

1.728
1.301

99,6
98,3

1
20

0,1
1,5

6
2

0,3
0,2

1
0

0,1
0,0

2.878
722
10.322

50,3
60,9
98,2

1.593
358
97

27,8
30,2
0,9

1.244
98
83

21,7
8,3
0,8

6
6
12

0,1
0,5
0,1

329
604
88

48,2
93,9
57,5

154
36
34

22,6
5,6
22,2

87
3
31

12,8
0,5
20,3

0
0
0

0,0
0,0
0,0

28.036

77,2

4.670

12,9

1.857

5,1

45

0,1

6.029
54

1,1

1.230

0,1

8.460

585
3.381

22.948

1.735
1.323
717

896.361
1.639.152

40,0

3,1
0,6
0,1

889.785

5.720
1.185
10.514
322
682
643
153

5.192.099

36.327

0,7

82.036

0,0

0,4

Annex 5.19
RECAPITULATION OF HEALTH POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTION BY PROGRAM AND PROVINCE
PER MARCH 2005
Study Program
Electromedic
Technic

No

Province

Nurse

Midwife

Environmental
Health

Nutrition

Dental
Health

Pharmacy

Health
Analyst

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

1 Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

2 North Sumatera

3 West Sumatera

4 Riau

5 Jambi

6 Bengkulu

7 South Sumatera

8 Lampung

9 DKI Jakarta

16

10 West Java

16

11 Central Java

16

12 D.I. Yogyakarta

13 East Java

20

14 Bali

15 West Nusa Tenggara

16 East Nusa Tenggara

17 West Kalimantan

18 Central Kalimantan

19 East Kalimantan

20 South Kalimantan

21 North Sulawesi

22 Central Sulawesi

23 South Sulawesi

10

24 South East Sulawesi

25 Maluku

26 North Maluku

27 Papua

28 Banten

29 Gorontalo

30 Bangka Belitung Islands

63

47

20

23

18

12

199

TOTAL

Source: Centre for Health Manpower Education, MoH

Radiodiagnostic Dental
Technic
Technic

Food & Pharmaceutical

Analyst

Physiotherapy Ocupation Orthetic


Therapy Prosthetic

Total

Annex 5.20
DISTRIBUTION OF HEALTH POLYTECHNIC GRADUATED
BASED UPON PROGRAM AND PROVINCE IN 2004
Study Program
No

Health Polytechnic

(1)

(2)

AKPER

AKBID

AKL

AKZI

AKG

AKFAR

AAK

ATEM

ATRO

ATG

AKAFAR
MA

AKFIS

AOT

AOP

Total

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

Banda Aceh

242

64

58

93

52

509

Medan

76

450

39

56

47

88

91

847

Padang

169

180

36

51

436

Riau

158

68

226

Jambi

79

88

34

58

259

Bengkulu

39

120

159

Palembang

40

32

41

35

39

187

Tanjung Karang

99

255

37

22

38

451

Jakarta I

40

59

23

122

10

Jakarta II

41

68

96

60

60

23

40

388

11

Jakarta III

261

161

86

508

12

Bandung

170

277

54

74

82

82

739

13

Tasikmalaya

120

239

48

407

14

Semarang

300

126

42

39

44

40

591

15

Surakarta

40

60

80

40

220

16

Yogyakarta

39

30

92

97

59

317

17

Malang

252

100

53

405

18

Surabaya

289

238

181

40

88

836

19

Denpasar

135

42

55

40

43

315

20

Mataram

82

39

30

151

21

Kupang

98

37

33

168

22

Pontianak

39

46

25

38

30

22

200

23

Palangkaraya

118

40

34

192

24

Banjarmasin

40

40

50

130

25

Samarinda

38

81

119

26

Manado

78

60

38

40

216

27

Palu

182

57

44

283

28

Makassar

246

76

48

52

37

40

67

566

29

Kendari

59

50

58

167

30

Ambon

78

43

34

46

201

31

Ternare

70

94

164

32

Jayapura

115
3.712

69
3.261

0
627

0
289

0
457

0
148

0
100

0
23

0
40

0
147

0
40

0
0

315
10.794

TOTAL

Source : Centre for Health Manpower Education, MoH

60
933

71
1.017

Annex 5.21
NUMBER OF HEALTH PERSONNEL NON HEALTH POLYTECHNICS BY PROVINCE AND STUDY PROGRAM
2004

Source: Centre for Health Manpower Education,, MoH

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
4

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1

0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
8

(22)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2

1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7

(25)

0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6

(26)

(27)

1
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
2
1
6
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
18

1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
6

AOP

(24)

1
2
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
3
4
0
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
21

PTTD

(23)

ARO

ATG

(21)

ATEM

(20)

APIKES

(19)

SMAK

(18)

2
2
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
3
1
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15

ACUPUNCTURE

(17)

0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10

ATW

(16)

ATRO

(15)

1
2
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
2
5
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
19

Medic Technician

AAK

(14)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

AOT

(13)

1
1
3
1
1
2
0
0
0
2
1
3
0
1
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
1
25

AKFIS

(12)

1
3
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
3
0
3
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16

Therapy

AKZI

(11)

Nutrition

SPAG

(10)

0
4
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
7
4
4
0
1
5
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
32

AKL

(9)

SPPH

(8)

5
21
6
5
1
3
1
2
0
13
0
20
5
0
12
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
97

AKFAR

(7)

11
34
13
10
7
12
4
6
2
37
34
43
5
8
42
1
2
3
6
3
6
6
5
5
14
5
0
1
0
1
326

Comm. Health

AKAFARMA

(6)

STLKF

(5)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

SMF

(4)

4
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
2
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
8
31

AKG

(3)

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam


North Sumatera
West Sumatera
Riau
Jambi
South Sumatera
Bengkulu
Lampung
Bangka Belitung Islands
DKI Jakarta
West Java
Central Java
Banten
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
West Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
South Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
TOTAL

AKBID

(2)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Pharmacy

AKPER

SPK-SJ

(1)

No

SPRG

Province

SPK

Nurse

(28)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2

Total

(29)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

(30)

29
82
30
21
10
23
7
10
3
84
46
100
10
15
80
4
4
5
7
3
8
8
6
7
26
7
0
1
0
12
648

Annex 5.22
HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES
BY PROVINCE AND TYPE OF PERSONNEL
2003
No
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Province

Number of
Population

Medic

Nurse

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

DKI Jakarta
Banten
West Java
Central Java
D.I. Yogyakarta
East Java
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
North Sumatera
West Sumatera
South Sumatera
Riau
Bengkulu
Bangka Belitung Islands
Jambi
Lampung
South Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
West Kalimantan
East Kalimantan
North Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
Central Sulawesi
South Sulawesi
Gorontalo
Bali
West Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara
Maluku
North Maluku
Papua
TOTAL

8.107.643
9.308.448
37.569.364
31.932.681
3.189.579
35.228.276
4.019.708
11.951.452
4.256.904
7.315.592
5.619.964
1.669.235
937.953
2.480.256
6.803.943
3.069.146
1.996.914
4.266.375
2.596.485
2.069.298
1.979.310
2.333.637
8.406.754
892.830
3.275.237
4.084.419
3.997.518
1.117.117
746.864
2.404.654
213.627.556

4.349
924
4.593
4.356
1.018
5.203
985
3.126
1.173
1.261
1.229
502
195
894
968
754
481
516
975
874
666
532
1.777
209
943
721
761
308
197
722
41.212

Pharmacist Nutrition

17.065
3.329
19.221
51.566
2.570
19.273
8.434
15.567
5.416
5.954
4.456
1.976
578
2.630
2.306
2.850
3.053
2.361
3.507
3.181
2.536
4.073
7.059
688
3.843
2.377
4.669
2.299
1.180
4.922
208.939

(6)

1.359
166
1.150
964
304
1.271
355
1.027
490
367
356
88
50
226
107
238
109
95
206
125
82
102
421
22
219
115
255
23
30
151
10.473

(7)

308
105
749
430
78
733
257
571
217
257
174
81
41
135
88
186
149
61
120
118
271
137
466
41
183
240
200
110
67
284
6.857

Comm.
Health

Physical
Therapist

Medical
Technician

Number of
Health Personnel

Number of NonHealth Personnel

Number of
Health Human Resources

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

1.606
181
1.651
1.434
561
2.048
868
1.014
779
1.102
616
517
166
1.165
253
299
483
245
484
415
555
661
1.185
171
693
674
487
232
157
837
21.539

312
40
143
228
51
171
29
81
36
22
31
7
3
10
13
11
5
11
20
11
14
23
80
0
43
4
10
7
3
14
1.433

Source:
Personnel : PUPNS (Bureau of Personnel, MoH) + Non Permanent Employee + Human Resources in Private Hospital (Ditgen Medical Care, MoH), December 2004
Population : Centre for Data and Information, Data/Information of Demographi by population census
in 1971,1980,1990,2000 and Supas 1995 also its projection
7th Edition in year 2002
Remarks : SDM = Health Personnel + Non Health Personnel

1.992
179
1.084
1.145
371
1.116
371
679
352
351
233
81
21
176
162
174
145
154
180
121
87
131
547
16
218
186
148
63
35
244
10.762

26.991
4.924
28.591
60.123
4.953
29.815
11.299
22.065
8.463
9.314
7.095
3.252
1.054
5.236
3.897
4.512
4.425
3.443
5.492
4.845
4.211
5.659
11.535
1.147
6.142
4.317
6.530
3.042
1.669
7.174
301.215

1986
341
2820
2714
787
4516
615
1435
736
698
430
232
77
320
341
539
655
336
637
575
458
409
1579
85
673
390
757
210
125
387
25.863

28.977
5.265
31.411
62.837
5.740
34.331
11.914
23.500
9.199
10.012
7.525
3.484
1.131
5.556
4.238
5.051
5.080
3.779
6.129
5.420
4.669
6.068
13.114
1.232
6.815
4.707
7.287
3.252
1.794
7.561
327.078

Annex 5.23
HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES IN HOSPITAL BY PROVINCE AND PROFESSION
2003

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

(23)

(24) (25) (26)

Non Health Personnel

(14)

Medics recorder

(13)

Transfusion
technician

(12)

Prostetic Otoric

(11)

Optician Refractionist

(10)

Health Analyst

(9)

Electromedic
technician

(8)

Dental Technician

Health Administrator

(7)

Radiotherapist

Sanitarian

(6)

Radiographer

Pharmacist Asistent

(5)

Speech Therapy

Pharmaceutical
Analyst

(4)

Medic Technicians

Occupational Therapy

Pharmacist

Nutritionist

Midwife

Dentist

(3)

DKI Jakarta
1.000
204
Banten
144
32
West Java
728
157
Central Java
759
182
DI Yogyakarta
146
32
East Java
897
273
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
170
38
North Sumatera
439
125
West Sumatera
187
46
South Sumatera
177
41
Riau
171
37
Bengkulu
57
12
Bangka Belitung Islands
22
8
Jambi
104
19
Lampung
148
18
97
23
South Kalimantan
Central Kalimantan
68
12
88
19
West Kalimantan
180
35
East Kalimantan
145
20
North Sulawesi
South East Sulawesi
39
11
Central Sulawesi
90
16
South Sulawesi
226
61
Gorontalo
37
6
Bali
305
35
West Nusa Tenggara
83
9
East Nusa Tenggara
117
24
Maluku
43
9
North Maluku
14
3
40
11
West Irian Jaya
Central Irian Jaya
25
7
Papua
73
10
TOTAL
6.819 1.535

Comm. Health

Physiotherapist

Pharmacists

Dental Nurses

Practitioner

(2)

Dentist

(1)

Physical
Therapists

Nurses

Province
Practitioner

NO

Medic
Spesialistics

Nurses

Medics

(27)

Total

(28)

(29)

10

254

49

11

13

14

29

28

568

21

78

10

11

40

51

91

25.672
2.681
16.551
18.716
5.153
19.391
2.301
10.902
3.966
2.711
3.016
833
505
1.238
2.040
1.590
1.152
1.999
2.690
2.669
969
1.417
5.917
259
4.272
1.317
1.706
936
332
642
451
1.015

14.784

237

76.202

1.630

11.244

1.268

354

5.259

869

1.310

2.516

1.581

1.543

273

195

628

4.583

158

15

80

627

11.189

145.009

3.501

109

14.483

185

1.323

147

68

992

162

184

277

273

10

21

389

67

25

96

857

43

35

153

1.064

193

1.504

27

213

29

116

36

42

38

34

88

16

117

1.636

38

9.166

124

1.137

142

32

644

75

177

244

142

172

24

15

65

484

13

13

93

1.216

1.795

18

9.484

147

1.315

166

55

645

81

192

321

261

12

287

27

18

63

720

12

62

2.081

993

12

2.637

44

238

52

225

14

42

68

76

54

23

125

17

61

280

1.966

17

10.212

181

1.365

170

37

642

96

125

338

228

206

21

42

67

581

27

81

1.807

117

975

54

325

17

103

48

31

38

23

16

17

103

195

1.324

5.485

176

953

116

52

446

65

47

107

93

88

18

28

404

44

864

256

2.093

66

354

57

219

27

45

100

45

22

26

95

301

426

1.021

51

379

28

145

17

30

76

26

31

16

101

123

182

1.703

42

247

34

156

14

26

51

37

32

10

91

147

30

345

10

91

36

17

10

19

14

13

147

26

231

35

24

15

103

56

530

34

178

12

68

18

27

13

10

56

85

101

1.095

23

155

18

47

13

15

30

27

26

24

89

188

160

335

53

277

16

122

12

23

71

20

11

30

91

228

41

606

30

123

25

17

21

14

23

130

86

1.172

29

159

20

19

45

11

32

62

15

12

21

68

124

91

1.609

38

242

20

53

14

30

42

29

349

1.500

24

142

19

41

25

45

14

35

495

20

94

28

10

12

58

12

48

820

16

122

14

34

16

23

35

22

641

2.922

88

582

76

14

170

97

42

158

91

17

135

15

10

518

2.128

57

438

30

97

16

53

105

18

2
15

12

11

82

166

14

17

29

260

18

112

30

105

42

15

20

146

10

503

19

16

22

17

81

300

56

745

16

144

23

19

41

13

10

45

79

44

804

37

238

20

53

18

32

11

11

25

46

199

19

579

118

12

30

17

66

17

186

58

10

13

22

380

57

10

20

47

Source: Directorate General of Medical Care, MoH, December 2004

35

75

Annex 5.24
NUMBER AND HEALTH PERSONNEL IN HEALTH CENTER
BY PROVINCE IN 2004

Province

(1)

(2)

General Practitioner

Treatment

Non
Treatment

Total

Sub Health
Center

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Dentist

Civil
Servant

Non
Permanent
Employee

Civil
Servant

Non
Permanent
Employee

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Laborant

Diploma 3

Bachelor
of Public
Health

Pharmacist

Health Center
No

(11)

(12)

Nutrition
Sanitarian
Nurse
ist
(13)

(14)

(15)

Midwives in Midwives in General


Health Care Villages
Nurse

Midwife

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

Dental
Nurse

Sanitarian

Assistant
Nutrisionist

Pharmacist
Asist.

Analyst

Non
Analyst

Others

Total

(20)

(21)

(22)

(23)

(24)

(25)

(26)

(27)

1 Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam

82

158

240

739

147

55

38

39

63

61

312

92

695

2.080

760

135

106

53

122

118

407

5.298

2 North Sumatera

97

326

423

1.883

427

368

191

144

31

118

58

378

162

2.560

2.863

3.948

325

244

321

384

164

971

13.663

3 West Sumatera

63

147

210

815

107

67

61

31

41

96

73

167

116

324

356

708

104

66

31

129

74

380

2.936

4 Riau

38

108

146

651

63

91

39

53

33

18

122

126

200

359

566

57

66

39

65

24

270

2.193

5 Jambi

38

94

132

588

79

104

27

25

40

207

30

226

412

617

88

90

48

44

53

117

2.223

6 South Sumatera

71

179

250

903

110

137

31

26

17

42

46

268

232

753

1.275

1.050

140

207

111

102

82

76

619

5.325

7 Bengkulu

25

88

113

487

70

91

35

19

26

17

93

110

220

756

483

78

82

58

40

34

44

394

2.650

8 Lampung

29

193

222

704

164

172

37

51

88

37

327

150

673

806

1.089

124

132

86

64

82

508

4.602

9 Bangka Belitung Islands

26

35

61

143

26

34

10

34

66

205

202

32

24

15

17

16

189

918

21

26

47

217

43

65

27

19

130

87

162

328

28

30

15

23

22

112

1.120

12

10 Riau Islands
11 DKI Jakarta

48

281

329

119

30

130

13

13

57

399

314

49

16

25

42

19

311

1.566

12 West Java

132

850

982

1.421

399

408

234

230

30

138

85

443

85

943

2.369

2.700

428

359

264

191

69

13

2.572

11.962

13 Central Java

235

622

857

1.818

748

645

337

207

90

352

237

1.153

608

1.736

4.379

2.920

518

525

329

302

218

157

2.143

17.608

14 DI Yogyakarta
15 East Java
16 Banten

32

85

117

321

81

129

97

50

18

71

56

93

178

140

171

687

218

80

65

62

134

336

2.673

295

612

907

2.250

826

508

424

258

57

161

93

995

432

1.537

4.883

3.451

510

486

359

397

197

174

4.497

20.248

18

154

139

86

134

188

77

488

55

17 B a l i

20

89

109

480

140

47

65

22

25

79

40

100

50

315

434

711

181

148

49

69

33

353

2.863

18 West Nusa Tenggara

28

97

125

444

80

64

26

28

23

73

72

111

21

129

599

860

72

130

68

29

65

118

2.574

70

159

251

1.025

19 East Nusa Tenggara

60

160

172

220

849

45

78

74

25

34

12

18

87

19

59

408

322

1.092

156

39

103

28

52

11

81

10

30

28

366

342

2.315

3.698

20 West Kalimantan

67

128

195

750

111

53

55

22

54

38

71

20

206

678

1.052

154

158

117

53

114

548

3.526

21 Central Kalimantan

31

101

132

731

111

86

37

20

21

16

52

38

68

42

385

397

1.084

280

279

233

231

177

53

357

3.967

22 South Kalimantan

31

162

193

613

81

124

36

31

93

58

122

55

362

952

772

219

250

119

129

122

233

3.776

23 East Kalimantan

67

107

174

602

151

148

83

51

11

47

44

217

80

396

243

1.135

99

123

57

51

38

19

667

3.664

24 North Sulawesi

59

<