Fifteen plus years of lessons-learned, thematic studies and programs evaluation results in community-driven development in Indonesia. From Kecamatan Development Program (KDP) and Urban Poverty Project (UPP) to National Community Empowerment Programs (PNPM), more than 40 evaluations/studies had been completed to provide assessments over the performance of various programs/pilots and analysis of factors influencing programs implementation and achievements.
Over 15 years of experience in community-driven development in rural areas, including in natural resource management, revolving-loan fund, and post-disaster/post-conflict situation.
Over 15 years of experience in community-driven development in urban areas, including analysis of urban poverty, dynamics of community participation, and roles of facilitation in urban setting.
This evaluation focuses largely on documenting the implementation of activities under the current phase of PNPM-Urban as well as under the pilot Neighborhood Development (ND) scheme undertaken as part of PNPM-Urban, and examines to what extent project objectives are being attained, as well as best practices and lessons learned for the future.
As part of a review of the Program National Pemberdayaan Masyarakat-Urban (PNPM-Urban), the Government of Indonesia’s largest anti-poverty program for urban areas, in 2011 the World Bank commissioned a study that combined a background analysis of urban poverty and a review of current programs that serve the urban poor.
The policy note is based on a report, “Indonesia Urban Poverty Analysis and Program Review”. There number of policy priorities emerge for an urban poverty reduction strategy, particularly in view of the growing numbers of urban poor. These can be categorized under 2 broad areas of: economic and urbanization policies; and social policies and are consistent with global evidence on poverty reduction strategies.
Various analysis of technical quality and economic impact of infrastructure built using community-driven development approach in rural areas as well as a census of availability and quality of key infrastructure in Indonesia villages.
Longitudinal analysis of local capacity in selected Indonesia villages since 1996 complemented with various studies on governance and corruption under KDP and PNPM Rural.