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    • DesTIKa Festival 2014 Part II: “Visiting” remote villages with the Internet

      DesTIKa, or the Village Communication and Information Technology Festival, was held on September 26-27, 2014 at Tanjungsari Village, Sukahaji Sub-district, Majalengka, West Java. It was opened by Budiman Sudjatmiko, house representative and member of Commission II. On the second day of the festival there was a discussion about the Village Law No.6/2014.

    • The Case of Gregorius Rato

      The criminalisation of a whistleblower shows how corruption can entangle even participatory development programs. Inside Indonesia tells a story about PNPM district-level technical facilitator case, Gregorius Rato in West Timor.

    • DesTIKa Festival 2014 Part 1: Opening Internet Access for Villages

      DesTIKa, or the Village Communication and Information Technology Festival, was held on Sept. 26-27, 2014 in Tanjungsari Village, Sukahaji Sub-district, Majalengka, West Java. The first festival was held last August in Melung Village, Banyumas, Central Java. This year participants came from villages in 18 provinces, stretching from Gampong Cot Baroh, Pidie Regency in Aceh, all the way to Nurawi Miosindi Village, Yepen Regency in Papua..

    • Government of Ethiopia to Apply PNPM Lessons to Enhance Social Accountability Program

      A delegation from Ethiopia, led by Dr. Abraham Tekeste, State Minister for Economic Development in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MoFED) of Ethiopia, visited Indonesia from 6-10 October 2014 to learn from Indonesia’s experience in supporting social accountability through PNPM Mandiri. The State Minister considered PNPM Mandiri approach to be relevant for Ethiopia’s Social Accountability Program, especially for provision of basic services.

    • Increasing The Role of Regional Government in Executing Community-Based Poverty Alleviation Programs (PKPM): Drafting An Action Plan

      The Workshop on Increasing the Role of Regional Governments in Executing Community-based Poverty Alleviation Programs (PKPM) was attended by participants from seven regencies/cities in Central Java. It was held in Semarang, Central Java, on August 26-27, 2014. On the second day participants formed a forum group discussion (FGD) to talk about dividing the government’s roles, expected results, and a schedule for implementation. The participants drafted the action plan by involving the 10 components prioritized in the Village Law.

    • Expanding and Diversifying Indonesia's Program for Community Empowerment 2007-2012

      How can a successful community driven development program be extended to hard to reach and remote geographical locations? How can the focus of a community driven program be expanded beyond physical infrastructure to address social needs (such as health and education)? How can a community driven development program be reformed to better serve stigmatized and disenfranchised segments of the population? Read this case study undertaken as part of the World Bank’s Science of Delivery Case Study initiative about PNPM program’s inception and scaling-up from 2007 to 2012.

    • Studi Kelembagaan Tingkat Lokal Ke-3:Laporan Akhir

      Tujuan utama penelitian putaran ketiga ini (LLI3) adalah melacak perkembangan kapasitas lokal sejak LLI2, dan mengevaluasi perubahannya dalam kaitan dengan desentralisasi, demokratisasi, dan perluasan program partisipatif sejak 2001.

    • Increasing The Role of Regional Governments in Executing Community-based Poverty Alleviation Programs in Seven Areas in Central Java

      Central Java leads the implementation of PKPM, a community-based poverty alleviation program created by law No.6/2014 about villages. The workshop, which dealt with increasing the role of regional governments on executing PKPM, was held in Semarang, Central Java, on August 26-27, 2014. It was meant as a follow-up to the national movement concerning community empowerment launched in Central Java.

    • PNPM Peduli After 4 Years: Empowering Marginalized Community Groups to Attain Better Access, Claim Basic Rights, and Justice

      Discrimination in social and economic activities has hindered marginalized community groups from accessing their basic rights as citizens. PNPM Peduli, the government program launched in 2011, aims to reach out to these groups so they can benefit from the poverty alleviation program. On August 25, 2014, donors to PNPM Peduli, civil society organizations (OMS), and PNPM beneficiaries came together to share their experiences at the PNPM Peduli's Multi Stakeholder Workshop and Learning Fair.

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