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The Government of Indonesia has introduced a range of social assistance programs forming the potential foundation of a true social safety net. This report, the first comprehensive assessment of its kind in Indonesia, assesses the extent to which current social assistance programs are providing an effective social safety net for poor and vulnerable households in Indonesia.
Reducing Inequality to Improve the Wellbeing of Children: Learning Lessons from Indonesia for the Post-MDGs Agenda
This report seeks to contribute to the ongoing thinking around the post-2015 agenda in Indonesia, with the assumption that the next development platform needs to consider mainstreaming equality for children around the world. This paper discusses the issue of inequality of Indonesia with an emphasis on wellbeing of children.
This report details key elements of and findings from the Mobile Assessment Technology methodology including ethnographic mapping to determine sub-types of children living there, and collecting data about children’s experiences of migration from home to East Jakarta through individual interviews.
Assessing Impact of Post-Disaster Livelihood Programs on Children: A Two-Country Report from Indonesia and Sri Lanka
This report describes two studies undertaken simultaneously in Indonesia and Sri Lanka to assess the relationship between child wellness and livelihoods programs implemented by Save the Children in the tsunami-affected regions.
Lessons Learned in Field-Testing the Child Protection Rapid Assessment: Yogyakarta, Indonesia (2011)
In 2011, the field-testing version of Child Protection Rapid Assessment (CPRA) was used to conduct an assessment of child protection priorities in two Districts of central Java impacted by the Merapi volcanic eruption.
This is the three-year strategic plan for the Child Protection in Crisis Learning Network in Indonesia.
This study set out to identify and systematically learn about the functioning of existing community-based child protection mechanisms in Aceh, Indonesia.
Setting the Agenda for an Integrated Social Protection System for Children and Families in Indonesia: An Inter-Governmental and Civil Society Partnership Event
This is the summary report of a meeting held in May 2012 to bring together BAPPENAS and the Center on Child Protection at the University of Indonesia as a first step in building a long-term partnership and explored current achievements and gaps in social protection programming.