PATTIRO’s Annual Report Year 2015


In this annual report, PATTIRO reiterates the efforts undertaken in line with the three focus areas, namely transparency, public service accountability, and public finance management. For PATTIRO, 2015 was a time to solidify its position on two main issues: Health and Village. The first is strongly associated with a variety of successful initiatives launched in

Lessons Learned | The Success of Difable Activists in Increasing Access for Difables and the Poor of Lombok Barat to Participate in BPJS


Up to the present day, the government of Indonesia does not have accurate data on the number and characteristics of persons with difabilities in the country. Based on data from the Ministry of Social Affairs, in 2011, of approximately 240 million people in Indonesia, 3.11% or 7.4 million of them are categorized as difables. Meanwhile,

Gender Responsive and Participatory Budgeting: Imperative for Equitable Public Expenditure

Gender Responsive and Participatory Budgeting

Government budgets reflect the priorities of those who get to influence spending and revenue-raising decisions. Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) and Participatory Budgeting (PB) strategies offer different means of challenging traditional, and often invisible, power relationships and budgetary outcomes. Fiscal democratization through inclusive participation in budgetary debates and decision-making processes is essential if governments are to

PATTIRO’s Annual Report Year 2014

Laporan Tahunan 2014

The 2014 Annual Report takes Transparency Focus Area as the main theme, which highlights PATTIRO’s journey in promoting transparency issue, lesson learnt, and further agenda. The emphasis on transparency issue is regarding the fact that most activities performed in 2014 are related to it. Briefly, PATTIRO’s journey in promoting transparency issue can be divided into

Monitoring Village Finance and Development Module

modul pelatihan pengawasan pembangunan dan keuangan desa

The enactment of Law Number 6 Year 2014 on Village is expected to bring significant change in village governance and development. Because of the existence of this Law, the village government and its people have more space and opportunity to develop their village in accordance with their needs as stated in the Village Medium Term