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This study aims to evaluate the socioeconomic conditions of poor women and their households and to assess the changes of poor women’s access to basic services.

Gender Equality in Indonesian New Developmental State: The Case of the New Participatory Village Governance

This paper endeavors to understand how Indonesian new-developmental state addresses gender equality and women’s empowerment in its effort to institutionalize the participatory approach into the state bureaucracy. It pays attention to the way the new developmental ideology has shaped the participatory governance policy as an instrument of village development instead of an alternative mechanism of deepening democracy and reworking the structure of the traditional gender ideology.

EINRIP Monitoring & Evaluation Post Improvement Qualitative Social Research: Monitoring Report 2018

This study is a part of a long-term monitoring and evaluation (M&E) program of the Eastern Indonesia National Road Improvement Project (EINRIP). A longitudinal qualitative social research, which included surveys of local social and economic relationships, was carried out before (baseline) and after the road construction (monitoring). The objective of the 2018 social qualitative research was to make a longer-term assessment of the socioeconomic outcomes and impacts of the improvement of the EINRIP project roads in South Sulawesi and Flores.

Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) Contextual Analysis/Formative Research for the Plan's Water for Women Indonesia

Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM): A Case Study of Primary and Junior High School Students in Indonesia

Global studies reveal that there are correlations between sanitation facilities in schools and transition rate as well as attendance rate of female students when they are menstruating. In Indonesia, most primary schools are lacking in terms of sanitation facilities’ hygiene, however studies about menstrual hygiene management (MHM) are still limited.

Study on the Implementation of Law No. 6/2014 on Villages: Baseline Report

Prior to the implementation of Law No. 6/2014 on Villages (the “Village Law”), the prevailing policies on village areas were considered ineffective in bringing change at the village level, particularly in terms of village governance. The implementation of the Village Law thus offers new possibilities for village development, given that the Village Law views villages as being self-regulating and self-managing.

 

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