The Local Solutions to Poverty (LSP) Facility is supporting the effective leadership and management of the Government of Indonesia’s programs to improve the quality of life of Indonesians through local development solutions to poverty and inequality.
This report presents 2015 progress in the PNPM Core programs and activities under the three (out of four) remaining operational windows. The closing of a range of pilot projects begun in 2014 continued through 2015, and the remaining on governmenting projects have been adapting to the new policy and institutional structures.
This report presents the results of a randomized evaluation of the impact of the Community Rangers Program (CRP), a community-based forest protection program implemented in Aceh, Indonesia, in 2011-2014.
Lessons learned from a fifteen-year implementation of the Kecamatan Development Program (KDP) and PNPM Mandiri. Presenting a range of topics such as the design and management of the program, participation, transparency, accountability and effectiveness of the program.
This beneficiary assessment study, based on a study conducted in 2013 to capture and understand the perspectives of beneficiaries of the PNPM/RESPEK program in the challenging environment of Papua and West Papua. The findings of this study highlight some of the key implementation challenges of CDD in remote areas and proposes how these might be addressed for future implementation of CDD programs in Papua/West Papua, as well as in the context of the new Village Law No. 6/2014.