To improve access to and utilization of health and education services in poor, rural subdistricts in the project provinces through empowerment of local communities and improved community capacity to foster improvements in service delivery
The overall objective is to ensure that the urban poor benefit from improved socio-economic and Local Governance Conditions.
The Early Childhood Education and Development (ECED) Project aims to improve poor children's overall development and readiness for further education within a sustainable quality ECED system. The project consists of the following components: Component 1: The community-driven development approach has been proven to be an effective mode of service delivery to poor communities. Fifty districts chose to participate in the project were selected.
The Project for Managing Higher Education for Relevance and Efficiency seeks to create an enabling environment for the evolution of autonomous, and accountable public higher education institutions (HEIs), and to develop effective support mechanisms for the improvement of the quality, relevance, efficiency, and equity of higher education.
To contribute to the improvement of the overall quality and performance of teachers through enhancing teachers' knowledge of subject matter and pedagogical skills in the classroom.
The Third Water Supply and Sanitation for Low Income communities Project for Indonesia aims to increase the number of low-income rural and peri-urban populations accessing improved water and sanitation facilities and practicing improved hygiene behaviors.
The main components of the project are as follows:
COMPONENT 1: STRENGTHENING FARMER-DRIVEN EXTENSIONThis is the core component of FEATI and will include the following sub-components: (i) Policy-support for implementation of the new Extension Law (ii) Farmer-Managed Activities (FMA) Grants (village, district, province) (iii)
The purpose of the Project is to strengthen the capacity of stakeholders for regional development in Sulawesi and to establish the mechanisms of collaboration among stakeholders. The stakeholders include: policy makers (bupati, head of BAPPEDA and SKPD, DPRD), planning officers (BAPPEDA and SKPD), and community facilitators (community people, NGO staff, extension workers).