Local Solutions to Poverty (LSP) is a Multi-Donor Trust Fund that’s assisting the government to improve the quality of life of poor and vulnerable Indonesians. Through a community driven development process, empowered citizens develop their own solutions to reduce poverty and inequality.
Friday, May 19, 2017
Participation is one of the key principles in the 2014 Village Law. The underlying assumption for participatory development is that when a wide range of actors participate in decision-making, the process will lead to more broadly shared and sustainable development outcomes. Particularly in contexts where non-elites have been previously excluded, the community voice is expected to improve a government’s performance.