Millennium Development Goal acceleration has called for innovations in health. One of the innovations is the Evidence-Based Planning (EBP) for maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH). The Evidence-Based planning and budgeting approach is a rational approach, and put forward the scale-up of interventions that have been proven to be effective in reducing women and children deaths globally. The evidence- based interventions package for MNCH was published based on systematic review of over than 190 health interventions (Kerber, 2007) and is part of the Lancet series in maternal and child survival. The EBP was designed to improve sub-national MNCH planning and to be used at the district level, by the district health office and District hospital, as well as other healthrelevant offices/departments. In terms of social protection and health insurance, the regulation No. 24/2011 on BPJS (Social Security Managing Organization) and the President decree No. 12/2011 on Health Insurance have instructed that health care providers, including hospitals, have to provide comprehensive health services for poor and near-poor population.