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Expanding Civil Registration Services Across Aceh

In 2017, the Aceh Government began piloting the Village-based Civil Registration Services model. This model was developed by KOMPAK and its partner PUSKAPA and uses Village Registr...

Expanding Online Civil Registration Services in Sumbawa During the Pandemic

The District Government of Sumbawa in West Nusa Tenggara keeps innovating to enable public services to run during the COVID-19 pandemic. One innovation has been the adoption of onl...

Ensuring Civil Registration Services Remain Operational During the Pandemic

In July, the Bayan Village Government distributed the third tranche of Village Fund Cash Assistance (BLT-Dana Desa) to 435 families who had been economically impacted by the COVID-...

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Market Linkages: A Poverty Alleviation Strategy to Strengthen the National Economic Recovery

The Vulnerability in the COVID-19 Pandemic

SEPAKAT Utilisation for Socio-Economic Recovery of the Impact of COVID-19

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Publication of Covid-19 Response

Monthly COVID-19 Update October 2020

KOMPAK’s assistance to local governments has shifted from the preparedness to the response phase. KOMPAK has provided assistance to district and village governments to revise their budgets to expand social protection programs – particularly for Village Fund Cash Assistance (BLT-Dana Desa) – and to fund mitigation and prevention activities.

Published at: Oct 2020

Publication of Covid-19 Response

Newsletter Desa Melawan COVID-19: August 2020

Newsletter Desa Melawan COVID-19: August 2020

Published at: Oct 2020

Publication of Covid-19 Response

Racing Against Time

The Government of Indonesia recognizes that today’s handling of emergency situations and preparations for COVID-19 recovery and rehabilitation will determine the extent of Indonesia’s success in preventing even more detrimental impacts of COVID or other public health emergencies in the future, especially on children and vulnerable groups. In addition to immediate assistance, central and local governments need to put in place a governance system for various services in order to operate in a completely new socioeconomic order once the pandemic has been contained. Bappenas, together with PUSKAPA, UNICEF, and KOMPAK, have identified children and populations with high COVID-19 transmission and downstream risks as warranting careful consideration in these assistance and recovery efforts. This policy paper provides recommendations for short, medium, and long-term measures to be implemented by line ministries/agencies and local governments to ensure inclusivity and responsiveness in the aftermath of the pandemic.

Published at: Sep 2020

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