The initiative to strengthen the capacity of the BPD and the community, including vulnerable groups, is one of the models KOMPAK has piloted in encouraging the strengthening of social accountability in villages. Since the implementation of the Village Law, many development priorities at the village level have been decided at the village level. Due to the limited channels for community aspirations for village planning, KOMPAK together with the National Secretariat of Fitra pushed for the formation of the Aspirations Post where the community could convey development constraints and priorities that need attention from the village government. On the other hand, the role and function of the BPD is also strengthened through the Village Budget School (Sekar) where the BPD and the community receive training on transparent and inclusive village governance.
Furthermore, the resolution of residents' aspirations and complaints is followed up, for example, discussed in the Village Deliberation or Musrenbangdes, escorted into the Village RPJM, Village RKP and Village Budget, or used as the basis for the formulation of Service Declarations, both at the village and supra-village levels.
This replication guide is expected to be a reference material for the replication drive team or technical OPD in following up on decisions to replicate the model, including in preparing the replication implementation policy, preparing planning and budgeting, and strengthening the implementing team that will implement the model. This guide can also be a guide for the Central Government and civil society organizations in assisting the implementation of activities which are of course in line with the Central Government's agenda in carrying out a strategy for expanding basic services and developing economic opportunities in Ministries/Institutions.