Emerging Results



March 23, 2018

This year, across KOMPAK locations and partners our teams celebrated and showed commitment to International Women’s Day in a number of ways. Teams took photos holding their commitment slogan in all KOMPAK locations, integrated discussions on gender equality in to existing events and in Jakarta our team held a bazaar to sell handicrafts and products made by the amazing women from the PEKKA (Women Heads of Family Organization) community. Our team also joined a group of female cadres from PEKKA in Aceh to celebrate through reflection of the progress these women have made in the past year.

Women are taking on village leadership

To celebrate International Women’s Day in one of KOMPAK project locations, around 25 female village cadres from 4 sub districts in Bireun Aceh gathered at the local Learning Centre to share experience on their advocacy work to influence village planning and budgeting process. These women have been trained and coached over the last 8 months by the Academy Paradigta run by PEKKA supported by KOMPAK. In the past 18 months over 2,534 women have been trained from 464 villages in 7 provinces. These women, who are mostly female heads of household with low levels of education and are poor, have made impressive progress to learn about Village Law, mobilize women in their communities to advocate their needs and priorities through village planning and budgeting processes, and also provide demand-driven support to village governments in their daily jobs. These women have successfully increased the spending from village budgets for priority projects for women including to improve health and education facilities and establish a range of women’s economic empowerment initiatives. As a result of their contribution to village development, some of these women have been recruited to the village representative council (BPD), the village government and other important decision making positions in their village. When these women from Bireun were asked their favourite topics from the Paradigta modules that inspired them the most, they answered the modules related women’s reproductive health, women’s leadership and advocacy for village planning and budgeting.

In 2018, KOMPAK has increased human and financial resources to support our work in promoting gender equality as we Push for Progress!

KOMPAK awarded SMASH (Sistem Online Management Sampah / Waste Management
Online System) as one  of the six winners of In.Code development challenge initiated by The
Asian Foundation, Saturday 30 April 2016, at the Soehana Hall, the Energy Building. The
In.CoDe 2016 awarding event was part of In.CoDe series of activities in encouraging
innovations through technology to create innovative solutions to address development
challenges in Indonesia.
 In this event, KOMPAK awarded SMASH with AUS$ 10.000 commitment to assist them in
developing their innovative plan in urban waste management through an online application.
The awarded prizes for winners are partnership commitments for the winning teams to complete the solution prototypes and promote them through technical support and
The event selected six winners out of the short-listed ten ?nalist. The event was attended by
140 participants including the ?nalists and the partners such as the Asian Foundation, the
Australian Government, the British Council, Pulsa Lab Jakarta  as well as technology
companies, such as Google and Twitter, Open Government Indonesia, and others. The event
generated broad discussion – with #InCoDe2016 reaching the second-highest trending topic
in Indonesia on Twitter that day.
Below are the six winners and their projects:

SMASH, is a web based and mobile application that aims to facilitate waste management
throughout Indonesia.
Signteraktif, a mobile app that provides real-time sign language translation for Indonesians
via a network of both professional and volunteer translators. Also includes online sign
language training function. The Signteraktif also awarded as the People Choice Award
MyREPORT, a web and mobile app that allows citizen journalists to ?le veri?able reports to –
and receive payments from – Indonesia’s media.
Save Our Sisters, a mobile app that networks women migrant workers and provides a range
of information and assistance functions.
Memperkuat Akuntabilitas Desa, a web and mobile app to promote transparency and
accountability in village governance.
Cityplan, an app to facilitate urban planning and monitor urban development.

Supporting community in building innovative solutions to answer development challenges in Indonesia

May 19, 2016

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2016 Joint Work plan DJPK and KOMPAK

February 17, 2016

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