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The Use of the Social Protection Card (KPS) and the Implementation of the 2013 Unconditional Cash Transfer Program (BLSM)

Soon after raising the price of fuel on 22 June 2013, the Government of Indonesia launched several compensation programs, one of which was the 2013 Unconditional Cash Transfer (BLSM). To access this program, each target household received a social protection card (KPS) that could also be used to access the Subsidized Rice for Poor Households (Raskin) program and Cash Transfer Program for Poor Students (BSM). BLSM provided assistance in the amount of Rp150,000 per month for four months to 15.5 million poor and vulnerable households.

 

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Through this project, we expect the districts can learn, understand, and use the IEDI as a policy tool to make their economic development policies more inclusive.

 

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This study review Program Indonesia Pintar’s effectiveness in improving access to education and addressing education and addressing out-of-school children (OOSC) issues.

 

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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.

The Dynamics of Poor Women’s Livelihood: A Case Study amidst a Fuel Price Change

This research is a part of a four-year longitudinal study from 2014–2020 which aims to analyze the impact of the fixed fuel subsidy policy on the livelihood of poor women, particularly on the livelihood aspects that are the working themes of MAMPU.

Poor Women's Livelihoods and Access to Public Services

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This study strives to learn the impact of receiving PPS 2014 by comparing livelihood aspects of poor families who are PPS 2014 beneficiaries and those who are not.

 

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The Capacity of Poverty Reduction Institutions in The regions

The role of regional government in poverty reduction has become increasingly important since the implementation of regional autonomy in 2001. Since then, a number of public policies that directly influence the lives of the community have been devolved to the district governments.

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