CSR, Social Entrepreneurship, and Community Development Research
Centre Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) Universitas Padjadjaran in collaboration with
the Population Impact Analysis Sub Division of Population Control of National Population and Family
Planning Coordinating Board (BKKBN) of West Java held a workshop on the formulation of issues
concerning the impact of population control.
Professor of the Faculty of Agriculture Universitas Padjadjaran, Prof. Dr. Ir. Ganjar Kurnia, DEA, was
the speaker at the workshop held in Multipurpose Room Building 1, 3rd Floor Unpad, Jalan Dipati
Ukur Number 35 Bandung, Monday (9/23). *
The workshop was held as a part of efforts to determine strategies and intervention policy in order
to address existing population problems. The event was held in Multipurpose Room Building 1, 3rd
Floor Unpad, Jalan Dipati Ukur Number 35 Bandung, Monday (23/9).
This event was attended by a number of leaders in research and community service at universities in
West Java, such as Unpad, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia University of Education,
Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Gunung Djati, Universitas Islam Bandung, and Universitas Pasundan.
This event was also attended by representatives from West Java Population Coalition, Office for
Women’s Empowerment, Child Protection, and Family Planning (DP3AKB), the Office of Education,
the Office of Health, the Office of Manpower and Transmigration, the Ministry of Religion of West
Java, the Interfaith Forum for Family Concern, the Population Office and West Java Civil Registration
(Disdukcapil), Statistics Indonesia, Regional Development Planning Agency, and West Java Province
The speakers in the event included Prof. Dr. Ganjar Kurnia, DEA who explained the strategy in facing
the demographic bonus, Dr. Budi Rajab who explained the issue of development impact on the
population, and Drs. S. Teguh Santoso, M.Pd., who explained the policy and strategy of BKKBN in the
area of population control.
After the speakers’ presentations, the event continued with a discussion session. The participants
were divided into three groups each of which discussed three issues, namely fertility, mortality, and
mobility and employment.*
Translated by Agnes Johana Reysca