83% of Customers to Abortion Clinics in Indonesia are Married: Study
The Jakarta Globe: Married women make up the majority of customers to abortion clinics in Indonesia, according to the Indonesian Family Planning Association.
The organization, known as PKBI, said on Tuesday that of the 32,517 women who had abortions from one of 13 clinics in 11 provinces between 2008-2011, 83 percent were married. Only 8 percent of them were students or teenagers.
The total number of abortion patients across the 13 clinics rose from 31, 697 in the 2004-2007 period.