Despite government interest in promoting birth registration, more than a third of Indonesian children do not have a birth certificate, affecting the realisation of both their human and citizen rights. While barriers to registering children’s births in Indonesia have been assessed, there is limited research on how communities perceive the importance of having a birth certificate. This study used focus group discussions to explore parental motivations around birth registration. The results of a thematic analysis found that perceived use of birth certificates, perceived control over the application process and social norms related to certificate ownership affect the intention to apply.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||Children and Society|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
- Birth registration
- Civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS)
- Theory of planned behaviour