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Toward an Inclusive Economic Development Agenda in Kabupaten Kayong Utara

The economic growth of Kabupaten (District of) Kayong Utara (KKU), albeit quite high, has not exactly translated into inclusive economic development. Its relatively low Inclusive Economic Development Index (IEDI) score has put KKU in the 9th place among the 12 kabupaten in West Kalimantan Province.

Kabupaten Ketapang’s Inclusive Economic Development Index (IEDI): Low Inclusiveness amid High Economic Growth

For the 2011–2021 period, the Inclusive Economic Development Index (IEDI) of Kabupaten (District of) Ketapang was lower than Indonesia’s national average. Its economic growth rate, which was higher than both the national average and province, was not followed proportionally by a decrease in its poverty rate.

Poor Women’s Access to Public Services: An Endline Study

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Preparation for Decentralization and Regional Autonomy: The Case of Kabupaten Sanggau, West Kalimantan

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Baseline Survey on Teacher Attendance and Welfare Assistance for Teachers in Remote Areas

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Application of Service Standards in Kota Singkawang, Kabupaten Luwu Utara, and Kota Probolinggo: Lessons from the Kinerja-USAID Program

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MAMPU Midline Study Thematic Report, Theme 5: Reducing Violence against Women

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MAMPU Midline Study Thematic Report, Theme 4: Improving Women’s Health and Nutritional Status

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In-Service Teacher Certification of 2007: A Case Study of Jambi, West Java, and West Kalimantan Provinces

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Regional Trade Deregulation: Its Impacts on Regional Economy and Lessons Learned

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