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Berita KOMPAK : Newsletter 2nd Edition – January 2017

BERITA KOMPAK is a quarterly newsletter providing KOMPAK updates. It is available in English and Bahasa Indonesia. To subscribe to the newsletter, click here     Newsletter English                Newsletter Bahas

Sistem Administrasi dan Informasi Distrik (SAID), Improving Service Delivery Through Better Data

“Many of our residents do not receive the benefits they deserve [from proper service delivery] because of unsynchronized data between different levels of government.” That observation from the Head of Puay Primary School in Papua, Agnes Katerina, says

Improving Welfare through Financial Literacy for the Visually Impaired

I am a bank customer. I applied for an ATM card, but the bank officer refused to issue it, because I’m visually impaired. He said that I won’t be able to operate it.” Said one participant during a discussion session on Financial Planning Education held

Final of the Innovations for Service Improvement Awards: Five Sub-districts Compete for Recognition in Service Provision

Five sub-districts in Pekalongan District moved forward to the final round of the Acceleration of Population Services Administration Innovation Competition in November 2016. The finalists included Talun, Tirto, Kedungwuni, Karangdadap, and Petungkriyon

About KOMPAK

KOMPAK is an Australia-Indonesia Government partnership working to reduce poverty in Indonesia by supporting the Government of Indonesia (GoI) to improve basic services and economic opportunities for the poor and vulnerable. Working as a development program designed to improve both upstream and downstream government system performance, KOMPAK’s focus is on improving the formal and informal rules of the game that influence, if not determine, individual and collective decision making. At heart, KOMPAK is a program aimed at institutional transformation.

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Goal and Outcomes

Goal: Poor and vulnerable Indonesians benefit from improved delivery of basic services and greater economic opportunities

Outcome 1

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Local government and service units better address the needs of basic service users.

Outcome 2

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The poor and vulnerable benefit from improved village governance.

Outcome 3

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The poor and vulnerable benefit from increased opportunities for off-farm employment and economic development.

Our Approaches

Policy Dialogue
Facilitating GoI to convene policy dialogues with whole-of-government and civil society stakeholders that can inform and support achievement of outcomes that align with KOMPAK outcomes.

Policy Advice
Providing expert policy advice, as trusted advisers, to GoI to assist them in achieving their outcomes that align with KOMPAK outcomes.

Capacity/Institutional Strengthening
Providing technical experts, and/or training to the GoI and/or CSOs to support it to deliver specific outputs that facilitate achievement of shared program outcomes.

Problem Driven Iterative Adaptation
Convening groups of stakeholders at the frontline of service delivery (may include government, civil society, donor programs, and beneficiaries) to identify and solve problems through an iterative and adaptive change process.

Pilots and Demonstrations
Implementing pilots and demonstration activities with GoI to test the application of methods for achieving outcomes, and facilitating the replication and/or scale-up of successes.

Coalitions for Change Convening
Individuals and groups of influence (formally or informally) to pursue policy changes that will achieve outcomes.

Leveraging Resources
Drawing upon the wide variety of DFAT investments to promote changes that achieve KOMPAK outcomes.

Research and Analysis
Support research and analysis that brings new insights to KOMPAK, DFAT and GoI for the purpose of achieving shared Outcomes.

How we work

KOMPAK works with the Government of Indonesia at the national and sub-national levels. We support the GoI to implement national-level reforms at the local government levels but we also support pilots of local-level innovations and initiatives for possible replication at the national level. Kompak has offices in Jakarta, East Java, and  NTB with additional offices expected to roll out in 2016.