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Table 6 Estimated number of deaths averted by the family planning, 2017–2030, under scenario 2

From: The impact of family planning on maternal mortality in Indonesia: what future contribution can be expected?

Year WRA
Base
WRA
S2
GFR
Base
GFR
S2
MMR
Base
MMR
S2
MD
Base
MD
S2
MDA % MDA
2017 71,019,837 71,019,837 73 73 255 255 13,251 13,251 - -
2018 71,891,381 71,891,381 73 70 252 246 13,247 12,477 770 5.8
2019 72,759,365 72,759,365 73 70 249 239 13,241 12,107 1133 8.6
2020 73,623,790 73,623,790 73 69 247 233 13,231 11,745 1487 11.2
2021 74,484,656 74,484,656 73 68 244 226 13,220 11,388 1832 13.9
2022 75,341,963 75,341,963 73 67 241 219 13,206 11,038 2168 16.4
2023 76,195,710 76,195,710 73 66 239 212 13,189 10,694 2496 18.9
2024 77,045,898 77,045,898 72 65 236 205 13,171 10,356 2815 21.4
2025 77,892,526 77,892,526 72 65 234 199 13,150 10,023 3127 23.8
2026 78,735,596 78,735,596 72 64 231 192 13,127 9,696 3431 26.1
2027 79,575,106 79,575,106 72 64 229 185 13,102 9,373 3729 28.5
2028 80,411,057 80,411,057 72 63 226 178 13,075 9,056 4020 30.7
2029 81,243,448 81,243,448 72 63 224 171 13,047 8,742 4305 33.0
2030 82,072,280 82,072,280 72 62 221 164 13,016 8,431 4584 35.2
2017–2030 184.274 148,377 35,897 19.5
  1. S2: CPR to increase from 63% in 2017 to 70% in 2030, and the unmet need to decrease from 10% in 2017 to 7% in 2030