About West Nusa Tenggara

West Nusa Tenggara – known as NTB – has a population of 4.7 million and is located to the east of Bali. The 2018 earthquake resulted in severe infrastructure, economic, and social damage, and claimed over 500 lives. The district of Lombok Utara was the most severely affected with nearly 90% of all infrastructure destroyed.

The poverty rate in NTB is 15%, with some wide regional variations (BPS, 2018). Lombok Utara has the highest poverty rate at 32%, while the other KOMPAK target districts had poverty rates below 20%.


KOMPAK in West Nusa Tenggara

Since 2016, KOMPAK has been supporting the Provincial Government of NTB and four districts: Lombok Utara, Lombok Timur, Sumbawa and Bima.

KOMPAK’s support to NTB for 2019-2022 focuses on kecamatan and village strengthening, public financial management, civil registration and vital statistics, basic education services, and local economic development. KOMPAK also supports the district and provincial governments to implement the National Strategy for Stunting Prevention.

Highlights of KOMPAK’s support in NTB include:

  • Operationalising the Ministry of Home Affairs Strategy for Village Apparatus Capacity Development (PKAD), particularly through piloting village government facilitators at the sub-district-level to support village governance.

  • Contributions towards improvements in civil registration and vital statistics, such as using supporting villages to fund, engage and train village registration officers. KOMPAK is also supporting Bappenas to develop national guidelines for providing CRVS services in post-disaster situations based on lessons from the response to the 2018 Lombok earthquake.

  • Piloting market linkage approach where coffee, seaweed and other local producers are supported to form business groups, develop partnerships with local businesses, and gain access to national buyers.

  • Supporting the Paradigta Academy to train and mentor women from villages to take more active roles in local government, village councils and women’s groups.

  • Expanding coverage and use of the village information system and kecamatan dashboard so that villages are able to better plan and prioritise services.

MULTI YEAR WORK PLAN WEST NUSA TENGGARA
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Using Legal Identity Documents to Access Education Services

As a direct result of this effort, 90% of children aged 0–18 years in Muer Village have successfully obtained birth certificate and KIA by 2020. These children were able to gain access to education services.

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Three of KOMPAK’s Supported Models Won The 2021 TOP 45 Public Service Innovation Award

Three of KOMPAK’s supported models won the 2021 TOP 45 Public Service Innovation Award at the 2021 National Public Service Innovation Competition (SINOVIK) event.

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Collaborating with Universities to Strengthen Civil Registration Services in East Lombok

The University Building Village Program (UMD) has extended to East Lombok District. Preparations began in June 2019 with the drafting of KKN guidelines

Story of Change
Let Hafazah Smiles Again

Hafazah, 50, lives with her two children in Kalijaga Timur village, Lombok Timur district. She works as a farm labourer where she earns about 250 rupees a day (A$5). Her son, Artik, is mentally handicapped and sometimes becomes upset and damages their neighbour’s property. She has wanted to get medical treatment for Artik in Mataram, the capital city, but has been unable to access these services due to not having any legal identity documents for herself or Artik.

Story of Change
DAK Fisik: Encouraging Government to Provide Quality Basic Services

Abdul Malik, Secretary of the Sumbawa Health Office, looks proud when showing the new Batulenteh Health Centre located in Sumbawa district, West Nusa Tenggara. "All the equipment is new, and it has an ambulance. The patients definitely feel more comfortable getting treatment here," Malik said.

Story of Change
Providing Vital Post-Earthquake Emergency Administration Services

A series of earthquakes rocked the island of Lombok, in West Nusa Tenggara province (NTB), in July and August 2018. The National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) recorded 560 fatalities, 1,469 injured and 396,032 displaced. Physical damage included 83,392 damaged private dwellings, with 3,540 public and social facilities also damaged. By region, the most serious damage and losses caused by the Lombok earthquakes were mostly confined to North Lombok district. In addition to the casualties and physical damage, the Lombok earthquake also meant that many people lost important legal documents, such as identity cards (KTP), birth certificates (AK), family cards (KK) and marriage certificates (AP).

Story of Change
Collaboration to Accelerate Legal Identity Ownership For The Coastal And Inland Communities

The Australian Government through KOMPAK (Kolaborasi Masyarakat dan Pelayanan untuk Kesejahteraan) program, in partnership with the Government of Indonesia, supports the poverty eradication programs in accordance with the National Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2014-2019.

Story of Change
Legal Identity: Poverty Alleviation through Increasing Access to Basic Services

Kementerian Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional (BAPPENAS) telah meluncurkan kajian, ’Menemukan, Mencatat, Melayan: Kelahiran dan Kematian di Indonesia.’ Kegiatan ini memberikan sosialisasi atas temuan dan rencana program untuk melembagakan identitas hukum dan sistem CRVS untuk layanan dasar.

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Seize the Momentum and Involve Everyone

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Publication > Policy and Working Paper
Guidelines for the Implementation of the Thematic Coordination Meeting for LAKBKD in East Lombok

This book for the thematic District Coordination Meeting for Village Authority-Based Population Administration Services (LAKBKD) is a form of support from the East Lombok district government to the sub-district head in making the implementation of the LAKBKD thematic coordination meeting at the sub-district level (Rakorcam) effective. This guide provides guidance related to the preparation, implementation and management of follow-up agreements after the LAKBKD Thematic meeting.

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Early Childhood Education Report: Identification of Multiple Vulnerabilities

This study is expected to produce a basic picture of the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on PAUD institutions, educators and the government's response through the utilization of existing policies and through the application of special rules. The assessment process is also expected to produce policy recommendations at the national level on PAUD Governance that can answer PAUD needs during the Pandemic.

Publication > Policy and Working Paper
Technical Guideline on Adminduk Thematic University Community Service Program

This guideline contains practical steps for university, local government, the community and the private sector to collaborate maximize the results of University Community Service Program activities can support local government priority programs in Adminduk.

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