Critical Notes of Permendagri No. 90/2019: Between Transparency and Innovation in Regional Development


Law No. 23/2014 concerning Regional Government has regulated in such a way the division of authority between the central and regional governments in the framework of decentralization. To exercise their authority, local governments are then given the mandate to compile development plans periodically, which must be synergized with national development planning. As part of the

POLICY BRIEF | DBH DR Optimization for KPH Independence in East Kalimantan Province


Reforestation Revenue Sharing Funds (DBH DR) are potential fiscal resources to support the acceleration of the independence of Forest Management Units (KPH). DBH DR utilization for funding has been allowed through the State Budget Law. The utilization of DR DBH as part of regional rights should be encouraged to realize the KPH independence target. East

Policy Brief | Review of 2020-2024 RPJMN Points on Papuan Development


“URGENCY OF LOW CARBON AND EQUALITY-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT TO OVERCOME GAPS AND PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT AND LIVELIHOODS OF INDIGENOUS PAPUANS” With the advent of the Reformasi era, the central government began treating Papua differently. While during the New Order, the militaristic approach was highly dominant, during the reformasi period, the approach undertaken was to give authority

Policy Brief | Acceleration of Social Forestry and Forest and Land Rehabilitation in Forestry Development Planning


Input for 2020-2024 Draft National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) The government has yet to achieve the 2015-2019 National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) targets for Social Forestry and Forest and Land Rehabilitation (RHL). The government has targeted an increase of 12.7 million hectares of community management access to social forests and a decrease of 5.5 million

Fact Sheet | Legal Breakthrough in the Regulation of Revenue Sharing Funds for Reforestation Funds (DBH DR)


Revenue Sharing Funds for Reforestation Funds (DBH DR) are funds allocated from the State Budget for timber-producing regions from natural forests for the purposes of reforestation and rehabilitation. The percentage of DBH DR is 40% of the total receipt of reforestation funds, while the other 60% is provided by the Central Government. The Reforestation Fund itself consists