Crown Princess Mary in Indonesia Day 2
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CROWN PRINCESS MARY VISIT TO INDONESIA DAY 2

Tuesday, 3 December

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark is visiting Indonesia from 2-4 December together with Development Cooperation Minister Rasmus Prehn and UN Population Fund (UNFPA) Executive Director Natalia Kanem.

Her Royal Highness become a Patron of UNFPA in 2010. The visit with a focus on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) will provide insight into how SRHR challenges and solutions are handled in Indonesia.

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På min rejse i Indonesien sammen med udviklingsminister Rasmus Prehn har vi følgeskab af Natalia Kanem, der er eksekutivdirektør i FN’s Befolkningsfond (UNFPA), som jeg har været protektor for siden 2010. Hun er en vigtig aktør og en ildsjæl inden for pigers og kvinders rettigheder, og jeg har det privilegium at følge hendes globale arbejde på tætteste hold. Vores program giver os alle indblik i det arbejde, som UNFPA sammen med blandt andre Danmark udretter. Et godt eksempel på arbejdet er vores besøg i morges hos en indonesisk forening for jordemødre, hvor UNFPA er med til støtte initiativer med uddannelse af jordemødre, så flere af dem kan være opmærksomme på risikoen forbundet med graviditet og fødsel, især blandt teenagemødre og kvinder, der er omskåret. Helt konkret er UNFPA med til at opgradere jordemoderuddannelsen, og så går fonden i dialog med religiøse ledere.

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The Crown Princess wore her Michael Kors Jacquard Print Maxi Dress with Jimmy Choo pumps in nude leather.



Visit at Indonesia Midwives Association

Crown Princess Mary, UNFPA Executive Director Natalia Kanem and Minister Rasmus Prehn visited the Indonesian Midwives Association/Ikatan Bidan Indonesia or IBI.

They were welcomed by Dr. Emi Nurjasmi, President of IBI.

UNFPA is supporting midwifery education initiatives so that more women may be aware of the risks associated with pregnancy and childbirth, especially among teen mothers and women, that are circumcised.



Dialogue About Gender-Based Violence

Crown Princess Mary took part in a dialogue with Indonesian Health Authorities and the National Commission on Violence Against Women/ Komnas Perempuan.

The Commission devotes itself to the basic rights of Indonesian women, especially with regard to all forms of violence against women.



Mobile Health Clinic Visit

Later, Crown Princess Mary, Minister Rasmus Prehn and UNFPA Executive Director Natalia Kanem visited the Peacumber Coffee, where an example of a mobile health clinic is set up.

In 2014 UNFPA initiated the mobile health clinic proyect, UNALA, as an innovative model that engages the private sector in the delivery of health information and services for young people in Indonesia.

The name ‘UNALA’ comes from Sanskrit, and means ‘your ability to make decisions’.

During her visit at the Peacumber Coffe, The Crown Princess took part in a dialogue about Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) with young people.



Celebration of the 70th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations Between Denmark and Indonesia

The Crown Princess participated at the launch of the celebration of the 70th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations Between Denmark and Indonesia at the Borobudur, or Barabudur, a 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist temple in Central Java.

The logo for the official celebration was presented, and The Crown Princess, together with Minister Rasmus Prehn and UNFPA Executive Director Natalia Kanem, attended a Danish-Indonesian ballet and were offered a Danish-Indonesian menu.

For her last engagement of the day, The Crown Princess wore her Etro pink printed dress.



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