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Annual Report Summary 2020-2021

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Supported by INOVASI, William&Lily Foundation, Ford Foundation, DKI Jakarta Provincial Government, VOICE, Knowledge Sector Initiative

September 2022

During 2020-2021, Article 33 Indonesia, supported by a number of parties, is collaborating in various programs to conduct research and create public policies in order to improve community welfare and help manage surrounding resources. Aspects of the research and institutional programs carried out include aspects of education, social forestry, economic diversification, accessibility for people with disabilities, type 3 self-management, and a number of institutional innovation programs. These matters are summarized in the Compilation of Annual Report Summary Article 33 Indonesia for 2020-2021.


Article 33 Indonesia together with other institutions synergizes and contributes actively to contribute to improving educational conditions in Indonesia. In an effort to improve the quality of educational facilities and infrastructure in DKI Jakarta, Article 33 Indonesia provides basic assistance for policy analysis and improvement to the DKI Jakarta Education Office. Apart from that, through the BERSAMA program, Article 33 Indonesia also supports efforts to increase the literacy and numeracy competencies of elementary school students in disadvantaged areas. Article 33 Indonesia has also succeeded in conducting a study that describes the current conditions regarding education policies and practices in Bulungan, Nagakeo, Probolinggo and Sumenep. It is hoped that the results of this study can become the basis for future educational policy and practice intervention efforts in these areas. Furthermore, Article 33 Indonesia also contributed to the Vocational School Revitalization program by providing technical assistance in preparing the Vocational School-IDUKA Partnership Guidelines for Central Java and South Sulawesi Provinces. Article 33 Indonesia also provides technical assistance in preparing technical instructions for SMK-BLK cooperation for South Sulawesi Province. 


Article 33 Indonesia is supported by VOICE to organize a Social Forestry Program which plays a role in supporting collective action in managing social forests which can improve community welfare while reducing deforestation rates. In initiating this program, Article 33 Indonesia took advantage of establishing an understanding of the governance and sustainability of social forestry in Indonesia as well as conducting a study of the impact of social forestry programs on the welfare of village communities and the rate of deforestation. The results of research and learning on the Social Forestry program are outlined in four books published in 2020-2021, namely: The Hope of Protecting Shared Resources: A Collection of Studies and Learning in Indonesia, The Impact of Social Forestry Programs on the Welfare of Village Communities and Deforestation Rates, Conserving Forest , Prospering People, Preserving Forests, Prospering Society. 


During 2020-2021, Article 33 Indonesia seeks to strengthen regional economic diversification by building several good models in implementing policies and programs, especially regarding diversification strategies. Apart from that, Article 33 Indonesia also raises this issue as a national discourse to support better policies. Three provinces were selected as pilot locations for the proposed project, including South Sumatra, Riau and West Nusa Tenggara. 

In supporting the economic transformation process, Article 33 Indonesia coordinates with the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs and the Ministry of Home Affairs to ensure that the analysis related to the economic transformation process carried out can answer existing problems and is relevant to policy development. Apart from that, Article 33 Indonesia also involves the regional governments of South Sumatra, Riau and West Nusa Tenggara Provinces to encourage regional governments to be more independent and strategic in generating income, making decisions and implementing policies based on an economic diversification perspective. 


Article 33 Indonesia initiated a study regarding the accessibility of health services for people with disabilities in Klaten Regency and Wajo Regency from June 2020 to December 2021. The study succeeded in producing 6 guidelines for Klaten Regency and 7 guidelines for Wajo Regency regarding improving and increasing the accessibility of health services for people with disabilities. and the general public. Apart from that, 3 agencies in 2 regions also agreed on the guidelines formed by collaboration between Article 33 Indonesia and the regions as a basis for regional government policy making. A total of 3 agencies in 2 regions have experienced increased knowledge, awareness and urgency regarding the conditions of people with disabilities in their regions. Then, as many as 34 health facilities at the community health center level in Klaten and 23 health facilities at the community health center level will receive and use several guidelines regarding increasing the accessibility of health services for disabilities that have been created and agreed upon. 


In strengthening cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Culture, Article 33 Indonesia has the opportunity to be involved in Type 3 Self-Management. Type 3 Self-Management is a new dimension of cooperation between the government and organizations in the procurement of government goods/services. In 2021, Article 33 Indonesia was trusted to facilitate program management for the Teachers and Education Personnel (GTK) section as well as general bureaus. 


Article 33 Indonesia, assisted by support from various parties, has produced a lot of research output which also supports public policy making as a form of service to the community. Not only supporting an effective and impactful research process, several parties such as KSI and VOICE also support the development of governance and innovation for Indonesia's Article 33 institutions. This is proven by the pioneering of several innovations by Article 33 Indonesia institutions, namely Article 33 Research Academy and Waroeng33. Article 33 Research Academy is an online platform that provides services for people from various circles, including researchers, academics, government, private sector, and the general public to improve their skills in carrying out research activities and formulating public policies. Meanwhile, Waroeng33 is a platform consisting of a marketplace, training and mentoring, a learning community, and collaboration with various parties. 

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