Building From The Margins: A Village Fund Formula That Sides With the Poor and Vulnerable Communities

Building From The Margins: A Village Fund Formula That Sides With the Poor and Vulnerable Communities

The current taxation policy and the policy to transfer funds to regions (including the Village Fund/Dana Desa) are two policies that can reduce inequality. The amount of funds transferred to the regions has continued to increase. In 2016, the value of the funds transferred to the regions was greater than the budget of the Ministry and Institutions.

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Kompak’s University Builds the Village (UMD) Program Ushers The Village Towards Self-Sufficiency

Kompak’s University Builds the Village (UMD) Program Ushers The Village Towards Self-Sufficiency

On a beautiful morning, village administrators were preparing to conduct a coordination meeting at the Village Meeting Hall in Glingseran, Wringin Sub-District, Bondowoso District, East Java. The meeting was called to discuss the development of tourism in the village, which had recently become a popular destination in the District.

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The Integration of Proposals for the Special Allocation Fund Through an e-Planning Application

The Integration of Proposals for the Special Allocation Fund Through an e-Planning Application

The National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) has developed a development planning application that is based on an electronic planning application (e-planning) to facilitate the integration of Special Allocation Fund (DAK) proposals by local governments.

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Indonesia’s Minister for Villages and Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Launch Smart Phone Application for Village Development

Indonesia’s Minister for Villages and Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Launch Smart Phone Application for Village Development

The Minister for Villages, Development of Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration of the Republic of Indonesia (Kemendes PDTT), Eko Putro Sandjojo, and the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Paul Grigson, jointly launched the smart phone application, Ruang Desa, a forum for communications between village officials and village facilitators.

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100% Birth Certificates For Students of North Lombok District

100% Birth Certificates For Students of North Lombok District

North Lombok District, which was administratively an expansion of West Lombok District, celebrated its eighth birthday on 21 July 2016.

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HIGHLIGHTS

April 2017

Building From The Margins: A Village Fund Formula That Sides With the Poor and Vulnerable Communities

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April 2017

Kompak’s University Builds the Village (UMD) Program Ushers The Village Towards Self-Sufficiency

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April 2017

The Integration of Proposals for the Special Allocation Fund Through an e-Planning Application

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February 2017

Indonesia’s Minister for Villages and Australian Ambassador to Indonesia Launch Smart Phone Application for Village Development

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January 2017

100% Birth Certificates For Students of North Lombok District

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Kompak Monthly Update – April 2017

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This monthly update is intended to provide KOMPAK stakeholders with…

Kompak Monthly Update – March 2017

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This monthly update is intended to provide KOMPAK stakeholders with…

Opening the Doors of Hope: A Workshop to Strengthen Village-Owned Enterprises, Bantaeng District

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Apr

“We have a savings and loans business to help with…

Integrated Database For Poverty Reduction: A Gertak Progam Cross-Party Synergy Workshop, Trenggalek

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Apr

In 2016, the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) recorded 28 million…

Bringing Public Services Closer to the Community: Delegation Part Of Bupati’s Authority to Kecamatan

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Apr

In Indonesia, basic services are a mandatory function of regional…

Kompak’s University Builds the Village (UMD) Program Ushers The Village Towards Self-Sufficiency

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Apr

On a beautiful morning, village administrators were preparing to conduct…

Building From The Margins: A Village Fund Formula That Sides With the Poor and Vulnerable Communities

27
Apr

The current taxation policy and the policy to transfer funds…

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100% Birth Certificates for Students of North Lombok District

Tanjung (21/7) – North Lombok District, which was administratively an expansion of West Lombok District, celebrated its eighth birthday on 21 July 2016. A ceremony was held on the day, led by the Bupati of North Lombok, Dr. Najmul H. Akhyar, SH, MH. In attendance were district government staff, representatives from the provincial government, development partners, basic services mobilizers in the community as well as researchers and university representatives. During the event, the Bupati of North Lombok affirmed his commitment to the right…

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Sep 06, 2016

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 Petungkriyono Sub-districts. Initiated by KOMPAK and organized by Pekalongan District administration, the competition aimed to encourage government apparatus at the sub-districts level to deliver fast and simple legal identity services, particularly for obtaining identity cards (KTP), family cards, birth…

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Feb 21, 2017