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Towards an Inclusive Digital Economy

Indonesia’s current digital economy is not inclusive due to many issues. Firstly, the internet and its supporting infrastructure have not been evenly distributed in rural areas, particularly the disadvantaged, frontier, and outermost (3T) regions. Secondly, even when internet infrastructure is available, it does not necessarily ensure that the access to the internet and its utilization are equal, particularly for women, the poor, the elderly, people with low educational attainment, and people with disability.

 

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The project aims at developing a grand design, a plan of action, a business process, and standard operating procedure (SOP) for developing regional DTKS.

 

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The present study aims to design teacher training program prototypes that prepare teachers to integrate technology into their lessons and evaluate the effectiveness of the training design.

 

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Study on social protection programs for the elderly in three provinces, namely DKI Jakarta, DI Yogyakarta, and Bali, from April to July 2021

 

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This study aims to support INSPIRASI Foundation in monitoring and evaluating the Pilot Program Batch 2.

 

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This study aims to support the preparation of the National Action Plan (RAN) for SDGs 2020–2024 (with a focus on Goal 5).

Who Is Digital Economy for? Toward an Inclusive Digital Economy in Indonesia

  
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The Situation of the Elderly in Indonesia and Access to Social Protection Programs: Secondary Data Analysis

The Indonesian Government continues to improve its social protection system to ensure the welfare of all citizens in accordance with the mandate of the constitution. Among the population groups that require special attention in the social protection system is the elderly. Based on the 2019 National Socioeconomic Survey (Susenas), there are more than 25.7 million people, or 9.6 percent of the total population aged 60 years and over in Indonesia.

Should Open Junior High Schools (SMPT) in DKI Jakarta Be Maintained?

   
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