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EFT Implementation to Accelerate Gender Mainstreaming at the Regional Level

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The implementation of Ecological Fiscal Transfer (EFT) by the provincial, district and city governments is not only able to encourage environmental protection, but can also accelerate gender mainstreaming in the regional level. This statement was delivered by Maya Rostanty, as the Senior Advisor of the Center for Regional Information and Studies (PATTIRO) at the National Conference

PATTIRO Expects the Green Leadership Forum Held on an Annual Basis


Jakarta – The Center for Research and Regional Information (PATTIRO) expects that the Green Leadership Forum (GLF) can be convened annually.  This was stated by PATTIRO Executive Director Bejo Untung in the 2nd GLF, which was held online on Wednesday (27/10).  According to Bejo, this is important because the GLF aims to create a national awakening

EFT Scheme Found Effective in Encouraging Environmental Conservation in Indonesia


Jakarta – The Ecological Fiscal Transfer (EFT) scheme is considered quite successful in encouraging environmental conservation in many areas in Indonesia. This was stated by several regional heads, both those who have implemented EFT or who are considering it, in the Green Leadership Forum (GLF) organized by the Center for Regional Research and Information (PATTIRO) in

PATTIRO joins Inception Workshop on Think Climate Indonesia Program to strengthen collaboration

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“Various ideas and potentials from institutions in Indonesia that are concerned about climate change actions are important elements of Indonesia’s future. Therefore, it is necessary to align the ideals of the institutions”, said Dr Anindya Chatterjee, the Regional Director of IDRC at the Inception Workshop on the Think Climate Indonesia (TCI) Program on 21 July.

Increasingly massive implementation of Ecological Fiscal Transfer in Indonesia


The idea of ​​implementing the Ecological Fiscal Transfer (EFT) policy in Indonesia has continued to develop in recent years. This has been driven by the initiative of the coalition of civil society organizations from various regions together with The Asia Foundation (TAF), which proposed the concept of Ecology-based Provincial Budget Transfer (TAPE) and Ecology-based District