Evaluations/studies to assess the impact of pilot projects using community engagement and social accountability mechanisms in improving accessibilities to public basic services (health and education) and in improving health and education outcomes.
This qualitative study is intended to explore whether three components of Program Generasi —facilitation, community participation, and the target and performance bonus system— are functioning as intended. The study also aimed to evaluate the program’s long-term impact on village governance and service delivery, and how the program influence Village Law implementation.
This analysis was carried out by the PNPM Support Facility (PSF). The objective of this analysis was to gain a comprehensive and accurate understanding of the condition of health and education facilities and services down to the sub-district and village level in Indonesia. Generally, basic educational services in Indonesia is good, but various gaps are still apparent in this sector.
Executive summary of study conducted in 10 districts i.e.: Aceh Besar and Bireun (Aceh), Poso and Morowali (Central Sulawesi), Sanggau and Bengkayang (West Kalimantan), Central Halmahera and South Halmahera (North Maluku), South Timor Tengah and East Flores (East Nusa Tenggara). The present study is intended to draw lessons learned and identify strengths as well as challenges and constraints in SPADA implementation related to participatory planning and its integration with district-level planning (Musrenbang).
Indonesia has made remarkable strides in key human development indicators over the past few decades. Primary school enrollment is close to universal for both boys and girls, and the child mortality rate has declined rapidly. Nevertheless, infant mortality, child malnutrition, maternal mortality, junior secondary school enrollment, and educational learning quality have all remained problematic in Indonesia compared to other countries in the region.