Jakarta (armnews) – The Asia Foundation (TAF) merupakan salah lembaga donor utama bagi LSM-LSM dan pusat studi di Indonesia, termasuk puluhan organisasi sekuler yang tergabung di dalam AKKBB. Sebagai organisasi pendanaan, maka donasi yang diberikan TAF kepada LSM-LSM Indonesia (lihat daftar di bawah) bukanlah hadiah tanpa pamrih.

Tentu saja LSM-LSM tersebut harus mengikuti ketentuan dan persyaratan TAF agar mereka dapat memperoleh dana. Istilahnya “tidak ada makan siang gratis”. 

Jadi dengan terdaftarnya LSM-LSM Indonesia, termasuk lembaga studi yang ada di perguruan tinggi di Indonesia, maka dapat dipastikan “independensi” mereka dari kepentingan TAF sirna. Sehingga berbagai research dan kegiatan-kegiatan mereka “patut dicurigai” untuk kepentingan asing.

Semoga informasi ini bermanfaat sehingga kita waspada terhadap LSM-LSM/organisasi KOMPRADOR yang membawa kepentingan asing dan berada di sekitar kita selama ini. 

Informasi program TAF dapat diakses di halaman ini: http://www.asiafoundation.org/program/

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Indonesia Projects

Governance Programs

Elections and Legislative Development

Antero News Agency

Creation of voter-education public-service radio announcements for the Aceh elections.

National Legislative Strengthening Program

Support to improve the capacity of the Indonesian Parliament (DPR-RI) in undertaking its law-making, budgeting and overall supervision of executive branch mandate by providing direct technical assistance to MPs and their staffers through on-the-job training, roundtable discussions on strategic macro-economic issues, development of key policy papers, as well as improvement of the DPR’s secretariat session management and transcription system.

National Secretariat of the People’s Voter Education Network (Sekretariat Nasional JPPR)

Coordination of the JPPR network of 30 organizations to monitor the ongoing district head elections, develop voter education programs, and carry out advocacy at the national level on election-related issues; Support for the development of a database with the results of the ongoing district head elections and preparation for the 2009 national elections.

Radio News Agency 68H

Implementation of a Quick Count for the People’s Voter Education Network for a key strategic election; and contribution to voter education activities in Jakarta.

The True Partner of Indonesian Women (MISPI)

Capacity building for all women parliamentarians at the provincial and district levels in Aceh through trainings on policymaking, budgeting, and monitoring; Technical assistance for women parliamentarians in the provincial house and four select districts.

The Wahid Institute

Monitoring of discriminatory legislation and development of advocacy campaigns related to the legislation.

Center for Pesantren and Democracy Studies (CePDeS)

Advocacy to influence health-related polices of the local government of Jombang so that public health services more effectively respond to the needs and rights of the poor; Training for 150 religious leaders, government officials, and NGO activists to identify problems and possible solutions to local health issues and the health budget allocation.

Civil Society, Media Development, and Education

Al Madani

Development of a trafficking prevention curriculum to raise awareness among students at Acehnese Islamic high schools about the dangers of human trafficking; Training for 160 teachers and vice headmasters on trafficking issues and interactive teaching methodologies; Publishing and distribution of student workbooks and teachers guides for formal inclusion in civic education classes.

The Center for Human Resources Development, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (PPSDM UIN)

Improvement of participatory teaching methods in Islamic schools through training for 80 religious education teachers from senior secondary Islamic schools in five provinces; Development of teaching materials integrating contemporary issues; Development, publishing and distribution of civic bulletins.

Balai Syura

Networking and capacity-building program enabling women-led NGOs in Aceh to be more effective in planning and program implementation.

Center for the Study of Religion, Politics and Society (PUSAPOM)

Support for Indonesian government efforts to improve teacher quality; Training for 120 civic education teachers from junior secondary Islamic schools in Malang, Blitar, and Kediri to improve teacher competency; Development and publishing of civic textbook supplements to assist teachers in improving civic knowledge and values.

Center for Teaching and Learning Development, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (CTLD UIN)

Support for Indonesian government efforts to improve teacher quality through teacher training in competency improvements; Training for 215 civic education teachers and assistance in implementing a civic education program using updated and relevant teaching modules.

Improving Life Skills Education

Improvement of education for approximately 405,000 Indonesian students across five provinces through training for English, Civics, Math, and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) teachers in select junior secondary schools and for tutors from non-formal education providers offering the “Packet B” junior secondary school equivalency program.

Indonesian Center for Civic Education, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (ICCE UIN)

Improvement of civic education in Islamic state institutions by training 222 lecturers from 74 Islamic tertiary educational institutions across Indonesia on civic education materials and active learning pedagogy; Development and publishing of civic education textbooks, teaching methodology guides, and modules for outdoor activities.

Indonesia Institute for the Empowerment of Society (INSEP)

Improvement of the quality of education in Islamic boarding schools (dayah) in Aceh–specifically those with large enrollments of female students–through the provision of 23 fully-equipped computer labs and 30 libraries; Development of livelihood programs to assist with financial sustainability of female-majority dayah.

Institute for Educational Research and Development, Yogyakarta Muhammadiyah University (LP3 UMY)

Development and publishing of civic education textbooks and a civic journal; Training for 324 teachers from Muhammadiyah senior secondary schools located in Yogyakarta, Padang, Makassar and Ambon in civic education and active learning methodology.

Institute for the Study of Community and Pesantren Development (LKPMP)

Improvement of civic education in Islamic high schools in South Sulawesi through training for 70 civic education and religious education teachers on how to integrate participatory teaching methods into civic education courses; Development and publishing of civic education textbook supplements.

The State Institute for Islamic Studies, Ar-Raniry (IAIN Ar-Raniry)

Rebuilding and improvement of this Acehnese university’s library after its destruction in the tsunami.

Civic Education

With the Institute for the Study of Islam and Society (LKiS); Center for Teaching and Learning Development, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (CTLD UIN) – Improvement of civic education in Islamic schools in Banten, West Java through training for 85 junior secondary Islamic school teachers on civic education and participatory teaching methods; Printing of civic textbook supplements and modules for outdoor activities.

Islam and Development

Center for the Study of Religion and Culture (CSRC)

Production of a DVD film on “Islamic Philanthropy and Social Development in Contemporary Indonesia” to raise public understanding about Islamic philanthropy, particularly the way it can be used to pursue a social justice agenda.

Center for Religious & Cultural Studies, Gadjah Mada University (CSRS UGM)

Production of a twice-monthly talk show discussing civic participation in conflict prevention for broadcast on TVRI Yogyakarta and simultaneously broadcast through Radio Republic Indonesia and its network of 58 radio stations throughout Indonesia.

East Java Muhammadiyah’s Institute for Studies and Public Policy (LHKP PWM) Muhammadiyah Jawa Timur

Improvement of budget literacy of religious leaders from Muhammadiyah in East Java to enable them to use their influence to establish policies that benefit the poor.

East Java�s Indonesian Muslim Entrepreneur Network (JPMI)

Increase private sector participation, especially among Muslim entrepreneurs, in economic policy reform through piloting cost-effective methods of halal certification for food and beverages in the city of Malang, allowing greater access for small enterprises.

The Indonesian Healthy and Well Family Foundation (YKSSI); The Foundation of Empowerment for Community Welfare (YPKM)

Strengthening of public participation, particularly among Islamic groups, in the local government budget planning and formulation process at the provincial level in Nusa Tenggara Barat through an “Islamic Forum” with over 7,000 participants.

Institute for the Study of Islam and Society (LKiS)

Development and publishing of three training modules to be used as handbooks for training students and activists on issues of civic participation and good governance.

Institute for the Study of Religion and Philosophy (LSAF)

Improvement of civic participation among students by training student leaders in seven major provincial cities; Development of a training manual for student leaders from major university campuses throughout Indonesia.

International Center for Islam and Pluralism (ICIP)

Training for 60 santri (students in Islamic schools) on various issues including regional legislation and conflict prevention; Training for select santri in journalistic writing to explore and write about issues of civic participation and good governance.

The Jawa Pos Institute of Pro Autonomy (JPIP)

Ten case studies on local initiatives engaging Islamic groups and NGOs to promote good governance and anti-poverty programs; Publishing of these case studies and distribution among Islamic groups and NGOs across Indonesia.

Ma’arif Institute

Conducting of a national conference on Islam, Good Governance, and Poverty in Indonesia for more than 200 representatives from Islamic organizations, local government, NGOs, universities, and media.

Malang Regional Research and Information Center (PATTIRO Malang)

Increasing public participation, particularly among Islamic groups, in local budgetary processes by forming a consortium of 24 local organizations to monitor local budget planning and formulation and conduct advocacy in the city of Blitar and the district of Madiun.

Nahdlatul Ulama’s Institute for Human Resource Studies and Development (PP Lakpesdam NU)

Training of 60 kyai (religious leaders) from 20 branches of Nahdlatul Ulama in Central Java in local budget literacy to enable them to bring about policies that benefit the poor; Strengthening public participation, particularly among Islamic groups, in local government budget planning and formulation processes in the districts of Sukoharjo, Jepara, and Cilacap.

Paramadina University, Jakarta (PSIK)

Public discussions on 38 campuses in major cities throughout Indonesia to broaden student perspectives on civic rights in contemporary Indonesia.

Research Center and Information Center (PATTIRO)

Assistance for local government to draft pro-poor regulations and pro-poor planning and budgeting processes in Solo, Pekalongan, Jeneponto, Barru, Pare-Pare, and Sumbawa Barat; Publishing of annual municipal budgets and distribution to the community.

Sanggar Bandung

In collaboration with Muhammadiyah Youth Association (IRM), strengthening of local government accountability and improvement of the education and health policies in Bandung through the development of a mechanism to calculate unit costs in the education and health sectors.

Set Java

Production of a documentary about the role of Islamic groups in promoting good governance and pro-poor polices; Screening of the film on Indonesia’s national television station and 10 local stations in five provinces.

The Wahid Institute

Writing of a monthly four-page supplement for publication in Tempo magazine on themes associated with Islam and development issues such as poverty, health, community development, education, and civic participation.

Law and Justice

Fundacao Fatu Sinai Oecussi; Lembaga Advokasi Anti Kekerasan Masyarakat Sipil

Cross-border dialogue program between border communities of Oecussi District, Timor-Leste
and West Timor, Indonesia.

Peace and Democracy Foundation; Yayasan Bentara Sabda Timor

Cross-border dialogue program between border communities of the districts of Bobonaro and Covalima, Timor-Leste and West Timor, Indonesia.

The Attorney General’s Office of Indonesia

Technical assistance to the Attorney General’s Office of Indonesia to support reform of its
organizational structure to improve both transparency and effectiveness, particularly
through personnel systems and information systems; Technical assistance to improve training capacity.

The Center for Human Rights Studies, Airlangga University (PUSHAM UNAIR)

Technical assistance to the Surabaya Association of Community-Oriented Policing Working Groups, enhancing their organizational capacity and advocacy skills; Training for police
officers stationed at the community level on human rights and skills in developing
community-oriented policing.

The Center for Human Rights Studies, Islamic University of Indonesia (PUSHAM UII)

Promotion of civic values and a community-oriented policing approach to third-year police
cadets of the National Police Academy; Technical assistance to enhance the organizational capacity of community-oriented policing working groups in Yogyakarta, including financial
management, fundraising capacity, and public advocacy skills; Training for community police
officers on human rights and community-oriented policing.

Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW)

Finalization and presentation to the Judicial Commission of a transparent and accountable
judicial supervisory system utilizing an electronic judicial profiling database; Advocacy
for the swift and transparent selection of staff for the Witness and Victim Protection
Agency; Development of two key policy papers for draft government regulation on agency
procedures.

The Institute for Social Policy Research and Advocacy (ELSAM)

Capacity building for judges, prosecutors and investigators at four regional human rights
courts in dealing with gross violations of human rights as stipulated under Indonesian and
international humanitarian law.

The Institute for Social Research, Democracy and Social Justice (PERCIK)

Strengthening of police reform in Salatiga by providing assistance to community-oriented
policing working groups to enhance their capacity in implementing community-oriented
policing, including program building, socialization, and recruitment; Training community
police officers on human rights and community-oriented policing.

Manikaya Kauci Foundation

Strengthening of police reform in Bali through community-oriented policing programs in three districts; Local public advocacy for financing from the regional government to sustain community-oriented policing programs; Training community police officers on human rights and community-oriented policing.

The National Center for State Courts (NCSC)

Provision of technical expertise and support from a senior justice sector advisor (a career
prosecutor), to advise the Indonesian Attorney General’s Office on reform under the Justice
Sector Reform Program. NSCS is a US-based organization of the 50 state court systems.

The National Commission for Human Rights (Komnas HAM)

Development of a policy paper to amend the Law on the Human Rights Court No.26/2000.

Radio News Agency 68H

Production and broadcast of weekly, half-hour radio program and public service
advertisements on current issues related to Indonesia’s legal reform and human rights
protection initiatives.

The True Partner of Indonesian Women (MISPI)

Deployment of paralegals across three districts in Aceh to provide legal assistance to
tsunami victims and other people in need.

Local Governance, Counter Corruption, and Conflict Management

Anti-Corruption Movement (GeRAK)

Civic education program on development planning and budget processes in Aceh, promoting
community awareness about the impact of local government budget allocations on everyday living conditions and facilitating communication between community members and the government officials making budgetary decisions.

Center for Regional Studies and Information (PATTIRO)

Technical assistance for local government and civil society organizations in Bone District,
South Sulawesi and the City of Pare-Pare to ensure that budgetary and development planning processes take into account gender issues and that budget allocations respond to the needs of women, the poor, and other disadvantaged groups.

Civic Education and Budget Transparency (CiBA)

Publishing of a reference book on budget processes that incorporate gender issues and
respond to the needs of women; Technical assistance to local government and civil society organizations in Tana Toraja District, South Sulawesi to ensure that budgetary and development planning processes take into account gender issues and that budget allocations respond to the needs of women, the poor, and other disadvantaged groups.

Coalition of Concerned Women of Palu (KPPA); Indonesian Community Development Foundation

Technical assistance for local government and civil society organizations in the City of
Palu, Central Sulawesi to ensure that budgetary and development planning processes take into account gender issues and that budget allocations respond to the needs of women, the poor, and other disadvantaged groups; Advocacy for the revision process of the Ministry’s
Regulation No.13 in the Guidelines for Local Government Financial Management.

Community and Economic Development Study Foundation (YLP2EM)

Budget advocacy program in the City of Pare-Pare, South Sulawesi, providing community
education on budget literacy and increasing the capacity of civil society organizations to
analyze local budgetary planning processes with a gender perspective.

Forum on Issues Concerning Women in South Sulawesi (FPMP SulSel)

Budget advocacy program in the City of Makassar, South Sulawesi, providing community
education on budget literacy and increasing the capacity of civil society organizations to
analyze local budgetary planning processes with a gender perspective.

Institute for Innovation and Participatory Development (INISIATIF)

Development of gender sensitive and pro-poor guidelines for the implementation of local
development planning meetings in cooperation with the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Institute for Social Strengthening Studies (Indipt Kebumen)

Technical assistance for local government in Kebumen to draft pro-poor regulations and
pro-poor planning and budgeting processes.

Institute for Women’s Empowerment Bone (LPP Bone)

Budget advocacy program in Bone District, South Sulawesi, providing community education on budget literacy and increasing the capacity of civil society organizations to analyze local
budgetary planning processes with a gender perspective.

Kombongan Situru Foundation

Budget advocacy program in Tana Toraja District, South Sulawesi, providing community
education on budget literacy and increasing the capacity of civil society organizations to
analyze local budgetary planning processes with a gender perspective.

National Secretary of Indonesia Forum for Budget Transparency (Seknas Fitra)

Creation of a “National Forum on Budget Advocacy Work for the Poor” for more than 100
organizations across Indonesia, and development a “budget literacy tool” for Islamic groups
and religious leaders.

Swadaya Mitra Bangsa Foundation (YASMIB)

Budget advocacy program in Polewali Mandar District, West Sulawesi, providing community
education on budget literacy and increasing the capacity of civil society organizations to
analyze local budgetary planning processes with a gender perspective.

Women’s Program

Antero News Agency

Development of features highlighting stories on women’s empowerment efforts and their impact in Aceh.

The Center for the Development of Women’s Resources (PPSW)

Economic and social empowerment of Acehnese women through a village-based revolving-loans microfinance program benefiting more than 2,740 women across seven districts.

The Center for Women and Gender Studies (PKWJ)

Training and materials to support the Syiah Kuala University program engendering law
curricula at four universities in Aceh.

Institute for the Study of Islam and Society (LKiS)

Institutional strengthening for the Association of Dayah Students in Aceh to support their
efforts to promote gender equity through a mass media campaign.

Putroe Kandee

Training for nearly 90 percent of all Islamic court judges in Aceh to enable them to better
understand gender issues and women’s legal rights.

Syiah Kuala University, Aceh

Incorporation of gender issues and gender awareness into the law curriculum at four
prominent Acehnese universities through faculty trainings; Conduct of a moot court
competition engaging students from the four universities in the intersection of gender and the law.

Tikar Pandan

Writing workshops for Acehnese high school students to help them develop a gender
perspective through which to understand their society and shape their writing.

WCC Rifka Annisa

Support in establishing Aceh’s first women’s crisis center, WCC Hilma Annisa, including
institutional capacity building and staff professional development.

Women’s Political Participation

Center for Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Indonesia

Support for the initial preparation to increase women’s political representation in
Indonesia through compilation of databases of women candidates from civil society networks.

Center of Political Studies, University of Indonesia

Support for the initial preparation to increase women’s political representation in
Indonesia through the creation of a database of women candidates from all political parties;
Publishing of a comprehensive analysis of political laws; Advocacy for inclusion of gender
perspectives in the amendment of political laws.

Women’s Journal Foundation (YJK)

Advocacy for women’s political representation in Indonesia through a nationwide text message (SMS) campaign and printed media campaign.

Trafficking of Women and Children

Association of Dayah Students (RTA)

Campaign to prevent human trafficking by raising awareness of safe migration and gender
issues among students in Islamic schools and surrounding communities.

The Association of Indonesian Women for Justice (LBH Apik)

Training and deployment of paralegals to seven districts in Aceh to provide legal services
to women, particularly victims of gender-based violence and human trafficking.

The Center for Women’s Resource Development in Borneo (PPSW Borneo)

Community education program raising awareness about the dangers of human trafficking through grassroots women’s networks; Assistance to the City of Pontianak in developing local strategies to prevent and combat human trafficking.

Fahmina Institute

Strengthening of community-level task forces in West Java to combat human trafficking, and raising awareness of the dangers of human trafficking through a public campaign involving the production and distribution of leaflets and regular speeches by religious leaders; Support for the Aceh Anti-Trafficking Community Forum of religious and community leaders in Aceh as they work to raise awareness in their communities of the dangers of human trafficking.

Indonesian Women’s Legal Aid Foundation for Justice Pontianak (YLBH-PIK Pontianak)

Support for the implementation of the provincial Plan of Action to combat human trafficking
in West Kalimantan; Technical assistance to the West Kalimantan government on how to utilize local policies and budgets to combat human trafficking.

Institute of Social Study and Legal Aid (LSKBH)

Strengthening multi-disciplinary, anti-trafficking task forces in Surabaya, East Java, and
cooperation among law enforcement agents, local governments, CSOs, media, and lawyers for the protection of trafficking victims’ rights.

The True Partner of Indonesian Women (MISPI)

Support for the Aceh Anti-Trafficking Community Forum of religious and community leaders;
Awareness-raising in Aceh of the dangers of human trafficking through public discussions and a media campaign

Women’s Network for National Legislation Program (JKP3)

Technical support for civil society advocacy and policy dialogues on the anti-trafficking
bill deliberation process and technical assistance for parliamentary discussions of the
anti-trafficking bill

Economic Reform & Development

One Stop Shop (OSS) business licensing centers

Akademika; Association for the Advancement of Small Business (PUPUK Surabaya); Bandung Trust Advisory Group (Btrust); BITRA Foundation Indonesia; Center for Micro and Small Enterprise Dynamic (CEMSED); Center for Regional Studies and Information (PATTIRO Malang); Center for Regional Studies and Information (PATTIRO Pekalongan); Center for Socio-Cultural and Economic Studies (PKSBE); Daya Prosumen Mandiri (DPM); Gorontalo Development Analysis Institute (LP2G); Just and Prosperous Foundation (YAS); Rural Technological Development Institute (LPTP); Syiah Kuala University (UNSYIAH)

Establishment and improvement of One Stop Shop (OSS) business licensing centers in 31 districts and cities in 10 provinces. OSS licensing centers simplify, expedite, and reduce the costs of the business permit application process. Indonesia ranks lowest in the region in terms of the number of days and procedures required to start a business. Simplified procedures are expected to increase formalization rates, thereby contributing to employment and enterprise creation.

Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA)

Association for the Advancement of Small Business (PUPUK Surabaya); Bandung Trust Advisory Group (Btrust); Baraya Bhakti Mandiri Foundation (BBM); Center for Micro and Small Enterprise Dynamic (CEMSED); Center for Socio-Cultural and Economic Studies (PKSBE); Daya Prosumen Mandiri (DPM); Gorontalo Development Analysis Institute (LP2G); Just and Prosperous Foundation (YAS); Rural Technological Development Institute (LPTP)

Assistance with public policy reform through the introduction of Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) methods in 15 districts and cities in Indonesia. The RIA approach emphasizes public participation and cost benefit analysis in order to improve the regulatory drafting process. Local governments can use RIA to reduce the number of illegal and distorting regulations, thus reducing the overall regulatory burden on businesses in Indonesia.

Information Communication Technology (ICT) Centers for SME associations (Forda UKM)

Bandung Trust Advisory Group (Btrust); Center for Micro and Small Enterprise Dynamic (CEMSED); Rural Technological Development Institute (LPTP) Assistance for the provincial governments of West Java, Central Java, and North Sulawesi to develop One Stop Shop (OSS) monitoring tools and to establish provincial OSS. Technical assistance at the provincial level will complement the development of OSS at the district and city levels by providing a tool for monitoring and comparison, and for all districts and cities to share their experiences in areas of business license simplification and deregulation.

Establishment of integrated Information Communication Technology (ICT) Centers for SME associations (Forda UKM) in the District of Maros and the City of Manado in Sulawesi. These information centers provide business information for entrepreneurs, help to develop networks, and act as capacity-building and resource management tools for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Regulatory Environment Reform

Bandung Trust Advisory Group (Btrust)

Assistance to the Ministry of Home Affairs in drafting the Ministerial Decree on One Stop
Shops (OSS) and drafting OSS guidelines for local governments. Technical assistance at the
national level has provided guidelines that all districts and cities can use, enhancing the
replication of OSS in districts and cities that have not received technical assistance from
donor organizations.

Completion of a study on government procurement processes. This study provides insights into the role of corruption in procurement and how this problem is currently being tackled by local governments in Indonesia, while also examining the role the Foundation can play in procurement reform.

Bisnis Indonesia Newspaper

Organization of the Provincial Round Table series, aimed at providing a policy dialogue
forum for district/city governments, provincial governments, and local businesses. The
objective of the dialogue series is to facilitate communication between provincial and
district/city governments on investment climate issues.

Center for Economic and Social Studies (CESS)

Development of a baseline survey for the One Stop Shop (OSS) program; Methodology for
mapping local business regulations for the OSS and Regulatory Impact Assessment programs. The baseline data allows the Foundation to measure progress and outputs resulting from technical assistance in various sites in Indonesia.

Institute for Economic and Social Research, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia

Implementation of a survey on domestic transportation in Indonesia which tracks
infrastructure cost components, the regulatory environment, and the cost of road charges for
the trucking industry in Indonesia. This study will inform the Foundation’s future
programming in the areas of regulatory reform and anti-corruption initiatives.

National Network of SME Supporters (JNP UKM)

Seminar series and talk shows to encourage women in Sulawesi to register their businesses;
Improvement of the organizational and advocacy capacity of SME associations, including the
women’s small business association in Sulawesi. Increased formalization allows women’s
businesses to access credit and markets.

Regional Autonomy Watch (KPPOD)

Development of a new investment climate survey methodology, with assistance from AC Nielsen, focusing on economic governance; Implementation of this survey in half of all districts in Indonesia. The 2007 survey will poll 12,000 businesses in 243 cities and regencies, making it one of the largest in the world. The aim of the survey is to promote competition among local governments to create a more favorable investment climate, eradicate corruption and improve public services.

Trade & Financial Sectors Reform

Gamatechno Indonesia

Assessment report on information technology (IT) opportunities for One Stop Shops (OSS) in Yogyakarta; Development and installation of an IT system for an OSS in Bantul, Yogyakarta. The IT system will further expedite business license application processing and ease
tracking by applicants, leading to increased transparency and efficiency in business
licensing in Indonesia.

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