Equal opportunities in life remain a myth until we minimize harms so all children can thrive. Our mission is to work with policymakers and civil society on inclusive solutions that equate social, health, education, and justice opportunities so all children and vulnerable individuals reach their optimum potentials.

PUSKAPA (Center on Child Protection and Wellbeing at Universitas Indonesia) is an interdisciplinary team of researchers, policy thinkers, and program implementers.

How we do it

Our thinking leads to action. We think idealistically and act strategically. We do this through:

Research and Publications to inform our action.

Advocacy and Capacity Building to promote evidence-based solutions

Program Management to implement what we promote.


All about our work

  1. 2019 Pilot Report: Longitudinal Study of Children and Families
    Publications 2021

    2019 Pilot Report: Longitudinal Study of Children and Families

  2. Institutionalisation and deinstitutionalisation of children 2: policy and practice recommendations for global, national, and local actors
    Our Peer-reviewed Publications 24 March 2021

    Institutionalisation and deinstitutionalisation of children 2: policy and practice recommendations for global, national, and local actors

  3. The implications of COVID-19 for the care of children living in residential institutions
    Our Peer-reviewed Publications 24 March 2021

    The implications of COVID-19 for the care of children living in residential institutions

  4. Are Indonesian Girls Okay? An Examination of The Discourse of Child Marriage, Victimization, and Humanitarian Visuality of Global South Girls
    Our Peer-reviewed Publications 24 March 2021

    Are Indonesian Girls Okay? An Examination of The Discourse of Child Marriage, Victimization, and Humanitarian Visuality of Global South Girls

  5. Assessing large-scale violence against children surveys in selected Southeast Asian countries: A scoping review
    Our Peer-reviewed Publications 24 March 2021

    Assessing large-scale violence against children surveys in selected Southeast Asian countries: A scoping review

  6. Global health is political; can it also be compassionate?
    Our Peer-reviewed Publications 24 March 2021

    Global health is political; can it also be compassionate?

  7. Supporting Children, Blaming Parents: Frontline Providers’ Perception of Childhood’s Adversity and Parenthood in Indonesia
    Our Peer-reviewed Publications 24 March 2021

    Supporting Children, Blaming Parents: Frontline Providers’ Perception of Childhood’s Adversity and Parenthood in Indonesia

  8. Strategic yet delicate: the dilemma of involving health workers in facilitating birth registration in Indonesia
    Our Peer-reviewed Publications 24 March 2021

    Strategic yet delicate: the dilemma of involving health workers in facilitating birth registration in Indonesia

  9. Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour to Understand Motivation to Register Births in Lombok, Indonesia
    Our Peer-reviewed Publications 24 March 2021

    Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour to Understand Motivation to Register Births in Lombok, Indonesia

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