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Report On the Study of National Action Plan for Holistic and Integrated Early Childhood Education Development 2020-2024

The study is conducted to achieve the following objectives: a) to review the existing indicators in 2019 The National Action Plan for Holistic and Integrated Early Childhood Education Development; b) to analyze deeply the strength and weaknesses in 2019 The National Action Plan for Holistic and Integrated Early Childhood Education Development; c) to provide suggestions and recommendations for the development of the 2020-2024 National Action Plan for Holistic and Integrated Early Childhood Education Development; d) to give input for the governance system

Published at: Jul 2020

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Strategic yet delicate: the dilemma of involving health workers in facilitating birth registration in Indonesia

Birth registration provides the basis for population data. Previous studies have examined that collaboration between the health sector and civil registration can help improve birth registration rate. However, there was a little exploration into health workers’ understanding of civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) and their perceived role in it. This study aims to fill this gap by focusing on the perspective of both health personnel in a managerial position and those who are involved in direct service provision to the community. Finally, we discussed the opportunities and challenges to strengthen the birth registration presented by health workers’ diverse views.

Published at: Dec 2019

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The University Building Village (UMD) – Unpar : Building a Database for Village Development Through Field Work Lectures (KKL)

KOMPAK's collaboration program with Parahyangan Catholic University in improving basic and economic services for the poor and vulnerable

Published at: Mar 2018

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Short-Term Results of Randomized Evaluation of Trial Program for Improving Family Welfare through Community Empowerment (PKKPM) in Indonesia

The Indonesian government and KOMPAK are committed to accelerating poverty alleviation with integrated programs.

Published at: Feb 2018

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Guideline of Innovative Kuliah Pengembangan Masyarakat (KPM) of Universitas Membangun Desa (UMD)

The activities of Kuliah Pengembangan Masyarakat/KPM (community service learning) are specifically designed under the Universitas Membangun Desa (UMD) scheme, supported by KOMPAK and the Australian Government. The purpose of this activity is developing economic opportunities for local communities. It is in line with the goal of KOMPAK to improve basic services for the community.

Published at: Dec 2017

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