Supporting The Asia Foundation and PNPM Peduli in Indonesia

PNPM Peduli is Indonesia’s national development program focused on addressing social exclusion. Run in a pilot phase over recent years by the World Bank, in 2014 Peduli will transition to management by The Asia Foundation, in close cooperation with Indonesia’s Kemenko Kesra or Coordinating Ministry of Welfare (in November 2014 changed to Kemenko PMK or Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Cultural Affairs). The Asia Foundation has asked Seefar to support the design of the new program by developing its monitoring and evaluation framework and processes, a task we love because it matches our mission so well.

There has been a lot written about integrating social inclusion issues into development programming, but there is still no standard system available to import for Indonesia’s purposes, so we’ve got quite a lot of work at the drawing board stage. That includes attention to an IT system that can support a wide, dispersed range of stakeholders (70+ organizations and across the archipelago). We’ll keep you posted on how we go…

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