West Kalimantan


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

This study is part of a 2014-2020 longitudinal study series that aims to study the lives of poor women across five themes, namely access to social protection, employment, women migrant workers, maternal and reproductive health, and violence against women (specifically domestic violence). By studying the lives of poor women in five districts in Indonesia (Deli Serdang, Cilacap, Timor Tengah Selatan, Kubu Raya, and Pangkajene and its archipelago), this study developed a preliminary picture of the lives of poor women in relation to the five themes.





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.








The objective of this monitoring and evaluation (Monev) study was to evaluate the impact of the KINERJA-USAID packages on public service delivery in the areas of education, health, and businessenabling environments.



Newsletter No. 9: January-April 2000

Throughout the past eighteen months there has been understandable interest - and considerable debate - about the impact of the crisis on poverty in Indonesia. Many claims and counter claims have been made in the press and elsewhere which have been the cause of some confusion. In this issue of our newsletter we present a concise summary from our Data Analysis Unit which charts the course of the poverty rate from a point well before the crisis erupted in late 1997 until August of last year. 

Implementation of the 2007 Teacher Certification Program

In an effort to set standards and increase the quality of teachers, in 2007 the Ministry of National Education (MoNE) and the Ministry of Religious Affairs (MoRA) began to implement a teacher certification program. Teacher certification applies to teachers in public and private schools, across all levels of schooling, and aims to improve the quality of teachers, learning, and education in Indonesia in a holistic and ongoing manner.

Implementation of the 2007 Certification Program for Practicing Teachers: A Case Study of Jambi, West Java, and West Kalimantan Provinces

The teacher certification program for practicing teachers has been implemented since 2007 as an effort to set standards and increase the quality of teachers. Teacher certification was carried out through portfolio assessments for civil servant and non-civil servant teachers with a minimal educational background of an undergraduate degree or four-year diploma, who teach in preschools, primary schools, junior high schools, and senior high schools.

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