To streamline the data collection and analysis processes and determine accurate interventions, the Poverty Laboratory utilises the SEPAKAT application.
Expectant mothers with high-risk pregnancies in Bondowoso can now enjoy better-suited maternal healthcare services. The Mother and Infant Information System (SIBUBA) allows the vil...
The Otsus policy for Papua and Papua Barat, based on Law (UU) No. 21 of 2001, is ending in 2021. Meanwhile, the poverty rate in Papua is still the highest in Indonesia with significant gap in achieving quality development outcomes compared to other regions. Improved planning and implementing mechanisms are needed to accelerate the achievement of development targets in Tanah Papua. To that end, KOMPAK conducted a study on, “Extension Options for Special Autonomy Fund 2022–2041: Towards a Prosperous and Self-Sufficient Tanah Papua.” The study analyzed options for the sustainability of the Special Autonomy Fund in Tanah Papua after 2021.
Published at: Sep 2021