acronyms and abbreviations - BASICS Project Indonesia

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary .............................................................................................................. ii Acronyms and Abbreviations ................................................................................................ v 1

INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND...................................................................... 1-1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

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CROSS-CUTTING TECHNICAL THEMES AND CONSIDERATIONS ........................ 2-1 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6

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Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 1-1 Background ........................................................................................................................... 1-1 Linking AWP 2014 with existing laws and regulations.......................................................... 1-3 Logic Model and Performance Measurement Framework.................................................... 1-5

Enhancing gender mainstreaming and gender equality ....................................................... 2-1 Promoting Good Environmental Management ..................................................................... 2-3 Financial Accountability and Anti-corruption ......................................................................... 2-3 Knowledge Management ...................................................................................................... 2-3 National-level Partners Engagement .................................................................................. 2-13 Outcome-level Sustainability Strategies ............................................................................. 2-14

RESULTS-BASED ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR 2014 .............................................. 3-1 3.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 3-1 3.2 Priorities and Approaches Guiding the AWP 2014 ............................................................... 3-1 3.3 Progress to Date and Activities Planned for 2014 ................................................................ 3-2 3.3.1 Ultimate Outcome. ................................................................................................... 3-2 3.3.2 Intermediate Outcome 100 ...................................................................................... 3-4 3.3.3 Immediate Outcome 110 ......................................................................................... 3-8 3.3.4 Intermediate Outcome 200 ...................................................................................... 3-8 3.3.5 Immediate Outcome 210 ......................................................................................... 3-9 3.3.6 Intermediate Outcome 300 .................................................................................... 3-24 3.4 Project Management Activities (400) .................................................................................. 3-27 3.5 Proposed Field Missions by Canada-based Advisors ........................................................ 3-34

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RISKS AND RISK MITIGATIONS STRATEGIES ........................................................ 4-1

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ACTIVITY SCHEDULE (JANUARY TO DECEMBER 2014) ....................................... 5-1

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AWP 2014 BUDGET SUMMARY ................................................................................... 1

List of Tables Table 1.1 BASICS Logic Model ........................................................................................... 1-6 Table 2.1: List and Status of Knowledge Management Products Developed during 2013 ... 2-5 Table 2.2: List of Smart Practice/Innovation Brochures Produced during 2013 ...................... 8 Table 2.3: Knowledge Management Products Planned for 2014 .......................................... 10 Table 2.4: Key engagement and cooperation efforts undertaken during 2013: .................. 2-13 Table 2.5: Sustainability Strategy for 200 Outcome Work Package ................................... 2-16 List of Annexes A: List of Materials for Approval (LMFA #9) B: Performance Measurement Framework (Updated June 18, 2013) C: Sustainability Strategies by Intermediate and Immediate Outcome (100 & 300) D: BASICS Organization Chart (Changed in 2014) E: BASICS Project Management Chart (Updated for 2014) F: Integrated Innovations to Accelerate MSS/MDG Achievement G: List of Government MDGs/MSS related Regulations Produced 2009 - 2013

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The BASICS 2014 Annual Work Plan (AWP), which covers the period January to December 2014, is the Project’s sixth annual work plan. It proposes an integrated set of capacity development and knowledge management activities designed to help accelerate and extend project results to date. The AWP 2014 is informed and guided by three key themes: 1) Replication of smart practices and innovations proven to help accelerate achievement of health and basic education Minimum Service Standards (MSS) and/or related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs); 2) Dissemination of smart practices, innovations and other project-generated “products” to support and accelerate achievement of MSS at the district, city, provincial and national levels via constructive collaboration with Government of Indonesia agencies and relevant donors; and 3) Consolidation of results and momentum achieved at the provincial and national levels to help sustain, and ideally expand project results and impact. Judicious implementation of these three principles should allow the Project to extend project results and impact and maximize the long-term sustainability of various project innovations and products via the project’s sustainability and institutionalization strategies. While the BASICS project was originally slated to end in mid-2014, the project has been extended until mid- to late-2015 based on the recommendation of the Project Steering Committee and approval of the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs,Trade and Development(DFATD) and the Indonesian Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA). The extension period provides an additional 12-15 months to enable the Project to complete various knowledge management efforts and implement the remainder of the Project’s sustainability strategies to help maximize the long-term applicability and viability of project results. To enable the Project to focus on sustaining and extending results – via replication, dissemination and consolidation, some project strategies and emphases have been altered for 2014. Key strategic shifts include: 

discontinuing direct capacity development efforts in the 10 districts/cities1 in which the Project worked from 2009 until the end of 2013, and selection of four new districts (two in each province), which will receive limited, but intensive technical assistance during 2014;



discontinuation of direct efforts to strengthen the capacity of civil society stakeholders (the 300 Outcome activity series) in order to allow the project to dedicate a higher proportion of financial and human resources on collaborative efforts with provincial and national partners;



implementation of all Component 1 (Core Planning and Budgeting Capacity Development) and BASICS Responsive Initiative (BRI) activities in collaboration with provincial partners, specifically the two Provincial Technical Assistance Teams which will be formed;

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The 10 BASICS districts/cities that participated intensively in the Project between 2009 and 2013 will continue to implement smart practices and innovations developed under the auspices of the Project using their own (APBD and APBN) budget resources.

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intensification and extensification of knowledge management and sharing activities, which will be undertaken with GoI partner agencies including the eventual “owners” of project innovations and products, and relevant donors.

For these reasons, during 2014 all BASICS capacity development activities will undertaken with and channelled through provincial and national partners. As such all project activities – both Component 1 and BRI – will directly support achievement of Intermediate Outcome 200. However, since BASICS will work closely with provincial and national partners to help disseminate and replicate MSS/MDG-focused innovations and smart practices intensively in four newly-selected districts, and expose all 29 districts/cities North and Southeast Sulawesi to improved practices in a more general manner, certain project benefits and results will nevertheless be accrued at the district level in both provinces. Similarly, while the project will not implement “300 series” civil society capacity development activities, various civil society partners will doubtless participate in various “200 series” activities and as such certain incremental capacity development gains can be expected among a select number of civil society partners. The civil society entities that will participate will be selected from among those that have participated in capacity development efforts between 2009 and 2013. Civil society collaboration with provincial and national partners during 2014 should help to solidify and extend capacity gains achieved since project start-up. Thus, while all AWP 2014 activities will primarily focus on boosting the capacity of provincial and national partners, various district/city and civil society partners will inherently improve certain planning, budgeting and service delivery capacities as well, and these gains will be reflected in the 2014 progress reports. In collaboration with the two Provincial Technical Assistance Teams, the BRI component will be implemented in the four newly-selected districts. To maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of BRI fund utilization, and to provide concrete examples of how the effectiveness of existing national, provincial and district programs can be significantly increased, the BASICS and Provincial Technical Assistance Teams will actively work to identify opportunities to synergize with and complement (but not overlap) existing GOI programs such as the nationally-mandated National Community Empowerment Program (PNPM), the Province of Southeast Sulawesi’s Bahteramas and Desa Siaga Cerdas programs, the Province of North Sulawesi’s BKKKes special allocation fund to accelerate achievement of health MSS and MDGs, and other district-level development programs. of options for synergy and complimentarity with key national, provincial and district programs. In addition, and differing from previous years, the Provincial Technical Assistance Teams will also be mandated to provide technical assistance and advice to support implementation of BASICS Component 1 capacity development activities, and to the extent practicable, respond to requests from other districts/cities (both former BASICS districts/cities and other districts/cities) interested in funding and implementing smart practices and innovations to accelerate MSS and MDG activity. This role, will directly support the Provincial Government’s expanded authority and role as per PP 23/2011 and proposed revisions to Undang-Undang 32/2004 regarding Local Governance. As with the former BRI Sub Committees, each Provincial Technical Assistance Team will report to the BASICS Provincial Coordinating Committee. Apart from the intensive support and TA activities to be undertaken by provincial partners in collaboration with the BASICS team in the four newly-selected districts (Kabupaten Bombana and Kabupaten Konawe Utara in Southeast Sulawesi, and Kabupaten Minhasa Tenggara and Kabupaten Kepulauan Talaud in North Sulawesi), the project will work closely with provincial partners to provide TA to other districts and cities interested in replicating innovations and smart practices generated by the Project which have proven effective for accelerating MSS achievement. In cases where districts/city governments express sincere interest and commitment to implement one or two proven smart practices during 2014 using APBD funds, or where they decide to include respective innovations in their 2015 work plan

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and APBD provincial partners, with assistance from the BASICS team, will endeavour to provide training and technical assistance to facilitate these efforts. These efforts will support the Project’s objective to replicate and disseminate the lessons learned and innovative smart practices developed by the Project to other districts and cities and, in collaboration with GoI and donor partners, other provinces. Along with bolstering national objectives to accelerate MSS and MDG achievement, these efforts will also support the Government of Canada’s desire to increase the profile and geographic reach of Canadian aid initiatives in Indonesia. This “scaling-up” should help to maximize the impact and cost-effectiveness of DFATD and MOHA’s investments in BASICS. At the National level, BASICS will continue and intensify work with key ministry partners, including the Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and Culture, Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, Ministry of Finance and BAPPENAS to help disseminate, replicate and consolidate project results achieved to-date. The main thrust of the 2014 program at the national level will thus be two-fold: 1) to solidify and consolidate innovations developed during the 2010-2013 period which support national MSS and MDG priorities and policies and; 2) to accelerate the dissemination and replication of local government innovations developed by BASICS partners over the past four years to other provinces, districts and cities via collaboration with key ministry partners. To facilitate these efforts, a larger proportion of project resources will be dedicated to national-level activities during 2014. To facilitate the slate of dissemination and replication initiatives planned for 2014, and to maximize the probability of institutionalization and sustainable use of innovations and products developed by the Project, major emphasis will be placed on knowledge management and sharing efforts. This will include collaboration with various GoI and donor partners to prepare, field-test, finalize and formally “hand-over”. To this end, BASICS will work with MOHA’s Training and Education Directorate (DIKLAT) to refine, test and finalize MSS-focused training curricula to be used by DIKLAT in future years. In line with the Project’s emphases during 2014, the total number of BASICS team members has been reduced somewhat. This includes a reduction of two advisors – the Local Government Capacity Development Specialist and the Civil Society Engagement Advisor along with four District Facilitators (DFs) and four BRI Financial Assistants (FAs). Similarly, to support the Project’s strategy of implementing all province- and district/city-level initiatives in collaboration with provincial partners, all remaining DFs and FAs will be stationed in the provincial capitals of Kendari and Manado where they will work closely with the respective Provincial Technical Assistance Team. After a highly productive and successful year during 2013, the Project is now poised to consolidate and extend project results during 2014. Disseminate – Replicate – Consolidate will be the mantra guiding project efforts during 2014.

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ACRONYMS and ABBREVIATIONS ACCESS ADB ADEKSI AIPD AIPMNH AKD

AKLN AMP ANC APBD APBN ASB ASSD AusAID AWP Badan Diklat

BaKTI BAPPEDA BAPPENAS BASICS BBLR BDCC Biro Keuangan Biro Organisasi BKB BPP BPPKB BLUD BPS BRI BRI-SIS Bupati CD CD Project

Australian Community Development and Civil Society Strengthening Scheme Asian Development Bank Asosiasi DPRD Kota Seluruh Indonesia (the All-Indonesia Association of City Legislatures) Australia Indonesia Partnership for Development (Project) Australia Indonesia Partnership for Maternal and Neonatal Health Administrasi Keuangan Daerah (Directorate-General responsible for the development of local government financial systems, under the Ministry of Home Affairs) Administrasi Kerjasama Luar Negeri (Administration of Foreign Cooperation, a Directorate within the Ministry of Home Affairs) Audit Maternal Perinatal (perinatal maternal audit) antenatal care Anggaran Penerimaan dan Belanja Daerah (Provincial or District/City Annual Budget) Anggaran Penerimaan dan Belanja Nasional (National Annual Budget) Analisis Standar Belanja (analysis of standard costs) Advisory Services Support for Decentralization (GTZ-supported national level project) Australian Agency for International Development Annual Work Plan Badan Pendidikan dan Latihan – the GoI body responsible for inservice training (one in each department and at national, provincial and district/city levels) Bursa Pengetahuan Kawasan Timur Indonesia (Eastern Indonesia Knowledge Exchange) Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Daerah, Provincial or District/City Development Planning Agency Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional, National Development Planning Agency BASICS Better Approaches to Service Provision through Increased Capacities in Sulawesi bayi berat badan lahir rendah (low birth weight baby) BASICS District Coordinating Committee Finance Bureau (under a Provincial, District or City Secretariat) Organization Bureau (under a Provincial, District or City Secretariat) Badan Pemberdayaan Perempuan (Women’s Empowerment Agency) Badan Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Keluarga Berencana (Women’s Empowerment and Family Planning Agency) Badan Layanan Umum Daerah (Local Public Services Body) Badan Pusat Statistik (National Statistics Agency) BASICS Responsive Initiative BRI-supported Service Improvement Strategy efforts District Head (Government Executive position) Capacity development Short form for the Sulawesi Capacity Development Project (JICAfunded)

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CEA CEDAW CSO DBMS DSC Dewan Dewan Pendidikan DF DFATD DIPA DP&F Advisor DPRD DSF EGSLP

Canadian Executing Agency Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women Civil Society Organization database management system (MSS-based) District Steering Committee (for BASICS) Council Local Education Council (appointed officials at District or City level) District Facilitator Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Daftar Isian Pelaksanaan Anggaran (activity budgeting document used at central level) District Planning & Finance Advisor/BRI Coordinator Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah (Local Legislative Assembly, can be at the Provincial, District or City level) Decentralization Support Facility (funded by the World Bank)

EM

Environmental Governance and Sustainable Livelihoods Project (DFATD-funded) Evaluasi Kinerja Penyelenggaraan Pemerintah Daerah (Evaluation of Local Government Performance – and MOHA assessment tool) Environmental Management

FGD

Focus Group Discussion

GDI GE GEM GFP GIS GIZ GM GOI GPS GRP&B GSI

Gender Development Index Gender Equality Gender Empowerment Measurement Gender Focal Point geographic information system German Agency for Technical Cooperation, formerly GTZ Gender mainstreaming Government of Indonesia global positioning system gender responsive planning and budgeting (PPRG in Indonesian) Gerakan Sayang Ibu (MOH’s “Love and Care for Mothers” program)

IBEP ILGR IT ITO

Indonesia Basic Education Project (national, AUSAID-funded) Initiatives for Local Governance Reform project (World Bank-funded) Information Technology Intermediate Outcome

JICA JiKTI

Japanese International Cooperation Agency Jaringan Peneliti Kawasan Indonesia Timur (Eastern Indonesia Researcher Network) Petunjuk Teknis (technical guidelines)

EKPPD

JukNis Kemendagri Kesbangpol Kesehatan KII KM

Kementerian Dalam Negeri (Ministry of Home Affairs) National Unity and Politics Bureau, under the Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Desa agency which supervises local CSO/NGO activities. Health – referring the agency representing the Ministry of Health at the Province, District or City level Key Informant Interview Knowledge Management

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Komite KPK KTSP

LAN LGSP LKPJ LM LMFA LOA LOE LOGICA

Committee Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (National Corruption Elimination Commission) Kurikulum Terpadu Satuan Pendidikan (Locally-relevant School Curriculum) Lembaga Administrasi Negara (official national administrative training institution) Local Governance Support Project (USAID-funded) Laporan Keterangan Pertanggungjawaban (Local Government Accountability Report) Logic Model List of Materials for Approval (typically part of an Annual Work Plan) Letters of Agreement Level of Effort Ausaid-funded project in Aceh with initiatives similar to BASICS

MCH MGMP

mother child health Musyawarah Guru Mata Pelajaran (Forum of middle and high school teachers)

MOE&C MDG MI MMD MOF MOH MOHA

M&E

Ministry of Education and Culture Millennium Development Goals Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (Islamic primary school, equivalent to SD) Musyawarah Masyarakat Desa (The Village Community Deliberation) Ministry of Finance Ministry of Health Ministry of Home Affairs (or Kemendagri in its abbreviated Indonesian form) Minimum Service Standards Mid Term Review (of BASICS, which was commissioned by DFATD in 2011) Madrasah Tsanawiyah (Islamic middle school, equivalent to SMP) Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection Musyawarah Rencana Pembangunan (Development Plan Discussion – from village to national levels) Monitoring and Evaluation

OTDA

Directorate General of Regional Autonomy, MOHA

Pendidikan

Education – referring to the agency representing the Department of National Education at the Province, District or City level short for peraturan daerah, or a local law/regulations Planning and Budgeting Pro-poor Planning and Budgeting Program (ADB TA 2006-08) Provincial Coordinating Committee (for BASICS) Public Expenditure Analysis and Capacity Enhancement (program funded by DFATD and other donors) Project Implementation Plan Pusat Kegiatan Belajar Mengajar (Non-formal Community Education Centre) Pemberdayaan Kesejahteraan Keluarga (Family Empowerment & Prosperity Movement of the Government of Indonesia Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Desa (Empowerment of Village Population), which was formerly BANGDES

MSS MTR MTs MOWE&CP Musrenbang

Perda P&B P3B PCC PEACH PIP PKBM PKK PMD

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PMF PMI PNPM PONED PONEK

PPP/DPRD Advisor PPRG PSC PSF PSKMP

PUSKESDES PUSKESMAS PUSTU PUG PWS

RENJA RENSTRA RBM RKPD RKUD RPJMD RSUD SCBD SDF SEKDA SETDA SIPS SK SKB SKPD SMD SM3T

SMWE SOP Sulawesi Tenggara SP2TP Sultra Sulawesi Utara

Performance Measurement Framework Pelang Merah Indonesia (Indonesian Red Cross) Program Nasional Pemberdayaan Masyarakat (national village empowerment program) Pelayanan Obstetri Neonatal Emergensi Dasar (basic neonatal emergency service) Pelayanan Obstetri Neonatal Emergensi Komprehensif (comprehensive neonatal emergency service) Pro-poor Planning & DPRD Capacity Development Advisor perencanaan dan penganggaran responsif gender (gender responsive planning and budgeting) Project Steering Committee PNPM Support Facility, funded by the World Bank Pusat Studi Kebijakan dan Manajemen Pembangunan di Universitas Hasanuddin (Development Policy & Management Study Centre at Hasanuddin University) Pusat Kesehatan Desa (village health centre) Pusat Kesehatan Masyarakat, a local primary health care facility Pusat Kesehatan Pembantu (sub-clinic part of the puskesmas network) pengarusutamaan gender (gender mainstreaming) Pemantauan Wilayah Setempat (local area monitoring, for maternal health) Rencana Kerja (annual work plan for a line agency) Rencana Strategis (5-year plan for a line agency) Results Based Management Rencana Kerja Perangkat Daerah (refers to a workplan for an SKPD) Rekening Kas Umum Daerah (Local Gov’t General Revenue Account) Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Daerah (5-year development plan for province, district or city) Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah, or Regional Public Hospital Sustainable Capacity Building for Decentralization (AsDB-funded) Senior District Facilitator (for the BASICS Project) Sekretaris Daerah (Provincial, District or City Secretary) Sekretariat Daerah (Provincial, District of City Secretariat) Support to Indonesia’s Islands of Integrity Program for Sulawesi Project (funded by DFATD with Cowater International as the CEA) Surat Keputusan (government decree) Surat Keterangan Bersama (joint ministerial decree) Satuan Kerja Perangkat Daerah/Local Government Agency (refers to any government working unit from province down to sub-district level) Survei Mawas Diri (Introspective Survey) Sarjana Mendidik di daerah Terdepan, Terluar, dan Tertinggal (GOI program deploying recent graduates as teachers to hard-to-service areas State Ministry for Women’s Empowerment standard operating procedures Southeast Sulawesi Sistem Pencatatan dan Pelaporan Tingkat Puskesmas (Puskesmas data and reporting system) Short form for Sulawesi Tenggara North Sulawesi

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Sulut

Short form for Sulawesi Utara

TA TBTP

Technical Assistance Tim Bantuan Teknis Pemerintah Provinsi (Technical Assistance Team of the Provincial Government) teknologi informasi komunikasi (information communication technology) Terms of Reference

TIK TORs UKBM UPPKS

UNHALU UNHAS UNDP UNSRAT UO USAID

Unit Kesehatan Basis Masyarakat (community health unit) Unit Pelatatihan dan Pendidikan Klinik Sekunder (Secondary Clinic Training and Education Unit – provincial body under the Ministry of Health) Universitas Haluleo (Haluleo University, Kendari) Universitas Hasanuddin (Hasanuddin University, Makassar) United Nations Development Program Universitas Dr Sam Ratulangi (Ratulangi University, Manado) Ultimate Outcome United States Agency for International Development

Visi-Misi

Vision and Mission statement developed by Provincial, District or City Head Administrator to guide 5-year development plans in the respective area

Wakil Bupati Walikota WED

Vice-Bupati (Vice District Head) Mayor (of a city) Women’s Empowerment Division

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1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 1.1 Introduction This Annual Work Plan, covering the period 01 January – 31 Dec 2014, is the sixth Annual Work Plan (AWP) prepared for the Better Approaches to Service Provision through Increased Capacities in Sulawesi (BASICS) Project. The AWP aims to build on and extend the progress made in the project to date, while continuing to build the foundation for sustainable results.

1.2 Background The BASICS project ($18.9 million over six years)2 is funded by the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD)3. The Project is implemented in cooperation with the Government of Indonesia’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA). Cowater International Inc., the Canadian Executing Agency (CEA), was awarded the contract for implementation services through a competitive process. Cowater provides technical and project management services for BASICS. The Project Implementation Plan (PIP) for BASICS, which provides the over-arching principles and directions for the project for the 2009 – 2014 period, was endorsed by the Project Steering Committee (PSC) on 06 May 2009. The PIP forms an integral part of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Government of Canada and the Government of Indonesia. In May 2013, based on the recommendation provided by the Project Steering Committee, Cowater International Inc. submitted a proposal for an addedcost extension for the BASICS project. The proposal, which will extend the project period until mid- to late 2015, was approved by DFATD in October 2013. DFATD and MOHA are currently working on an amendment to the project’s Memorandum of Understanding to reflect the extension period. As detailed in the PIP, BASICS aims to assist Indonesia to improve the quality of decentralized social services in an equitable and gender sensitive manner. The purpose of the Project is to strengthen and link planning and budgeting processes in a participatory, pro-poor, gender equal and environmentally sustainable manner leading to improved social service provision in selected districts/cities in Sulawesi. BASICS understands the short-hand phrase “planning and budgeting” to encompass all stages of the delivery process including management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. According to the BASICS Project Logic Model, which provides the basis for project planning and results management, expected intermediate outcomes for the Project are: 100. District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision. 2

In May 2013, Cowater International Inc. the Canadian company contracted by CIDA (now DFATD) as the Canadian executing agency (CEA), submitted a proposal for an added-cost extension for the BASICS project. The proposal, which will provide about $900,000 of additional funding and extend the project period by 12-15 months, was approved by DFATD in October 2013. As such, once all related MOU and contracting logistics are completed, the total value of the project will increase by about $900,000 CAD. 3 The Canadian International Development Agency (DFATD) was formally merged into the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) in an act of the Canadian Parliament in June 2013.

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200. Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in the planning and budgeting processes for genderequitable, environmentally-sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision. 300. Civil society provides improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS-based social service provision, and provides technical services to district/city governments. During 2014, and as per the Extension Proposal, to consolidate and extend the reach and sustainability of project results, all BASICS activities will be channelled through provincial and national partners. As such all project activities will directly support achievement of Intermediate Outcome 200 with major emphasis placed on the dissemination and replication innovations and smart practices developed and successfully applied during earlier work plans. However, since BASICS will work closely with provincial and national partners to help disseminate and replicate MSS/MDG-focused innovations and smart practices intensively in four newly-selected districts4, and expose all 29 districts/cities to improved practices in a more general manner, certain project benefits and results will nevertheless be accrued at the district level in both provinces. Similarly, while the project will not implement “300 series” civil society capacity development activities, various civil society partners will participate in various “200 series” activities and as such certain incremental capacity development gains can be expected among a select number of civil society partners. As such, while all AWP 2014 activities will primarily focus on boosting the capacity of provincial and national partners, various district/city and civil society partners will inherently improve certain planning, budgeting and service delivery capacities as well, and these gains will be reflected in the 2014 progress reports. All AWP 2014 capacity development and BRI activities will thus be closely implemented in collaboration with provincial and national partners During 2014 BASICS will undertake capacity development activities with two principal stakeholder groups:  executive government agencies and units at the provincial and national levels, and  legislative bodies (district legislatures and to a limited extent, provincial). BASICS will continue to urge provincial and national partners to include relevant and “valueadding” civil society partners in various BASICS-supported activities – both as service providers and civil society representatives. The civil society entities that will participate will be selected from among those that have participated in capacity development efforts between 2009 and 2013. Civil society collaboration with provincial and national partners during 2014 should help to solidify and extend capacity gains achieved since project startup.

Participating Provinces, Districts and Cities: During 2008, the provinces of Southeast Sulawesi and North Sulawesi were selected to participate in the Project via a competitive process jointly undertaken by (then) DFATD and MOHA. A similar competitive process, using pre-established criteria, was undertaken by DFATD and MOHA in 2009 to select a total of eight districts (kabupaten) and two cities (kota) to participate in the project during the 2009 – 2013 period. Criteria included local government commitment to achieving MDGs and Minimum Service Standards and a 4

In line with the Extension Proposal, two “new” districts/cities have been selected by the BASICS North Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi Coordinating Committees (or PCCs) to receive intensive capacity development support during 2014. Pending approval from MOHA and DFATD, the four “new” districts will comprise: Kabupaten Konawe Utara and Bombana in Southeast Sulawesi, and Kabupaten Minahasa and Talaud in North Sulawesi.

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willingness to budget counterpart funds to support project initiatives. The districts and cities selected included: Southeast Sulawesi:  Kota Bau-Bau  Kabupaten Buton Utara  Kabupaten Kolaka Utara  Kabupaten Konawe Selatan  Kabupaten Wakatobi North Sulawesi:  Kota Bitung  Kabupaten Minahasa  Kabupaten Minahasa Utara  Kabupaten Kepulauan Sangihe  Kabupaten Kepulauan Sitaro Intensive capacity development activities in these 10 districts/cities will be completed by the end of 2013 with four “new” districts slated to receive intensive capacity development assistance during 2014. Based on the criteria laid out in the BASICS Extension Proposal, the BASICS Provincial Coordinating Committees have proposed the selection of Kabupaten Konawe Utara and Bombana in Southeast Sulawesi, and Kabupaten Minahasa and Talaud in North Sulawesi. A request for formal approval of the four “new” districts has been submitted to MOHA and DFATD.

1.3 Linking AWP 2014 with existing laws and regulations The AWP 2014 presents project strategies, approaches and activity sets for 2014 operations that maintain the over-arching strategies and principal capacity development foci outlined in the BASICS Project Implementation Plan (PIP) and as further elucidated in the BASICS Extension Proposal. These activities have been identified and agreed upon during a series of consultations between the BASICS Team and key stakeholders at the district, city, province and national levels. Activities in 2014 will further enhance tools, skills and opportunities to better enable executive officers, elected representatives and supporting civil society actors to better plan and budget for improved social services more effectively while more consistently meeting the milestones in the local government’s development planning and budgeting cycle. Importantly, the resulting plans will contribute to more effective decentralized services and MDG progress by linking MSS processes among and between the executive, legislative and civil society representatives and by seeking to institutionalize proven smart practices and innovations into nationally-mandated programs such as Desa Siaga Aktif5, Kejar Paket programs6 and the Ministry of Health’s national health information system (SIK). The Work Plan for 2014 includes activities that significantly enhance the level of integration and complementarity between the Project’s two components, 1: Core Social Service Planning and Budgeting Capacity Development Initiatives, and 2: BASICS Responsive Initiatives via Health and Education Service Improvement Strategies. This will be carefully 5

Desa Siaga Aktif is a set of integrated programs, funded by various ministries, to promote community preparedness and increased engagement in government programs. 6 The Kejar Paket A, B and C programs are non-formal literacy programs, often run out of community literacy centers known as PKBM, to help school drop-outs and illiterate citizens to obtain basic literacy skills.

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UU 17/2003 on State Finance UU 25/2004 regarding the National Development Planning System and Government UU 32/2004 on Regional Government UU 33/2004 on Fiscal Balance between the Central and Local Governments UU 25/2009 on Public Services UU 2/2012 on land procurement for public development PP 58/2005 on Regional Financial Management Guidelines PP 65/2005, Guidelines for Preparation and Application of Minimum Service Standards PP 38/2007, Division of Government Affairs between the Central Government Provincial Government and District/City Governments PP 41/2007 on Government Organizational Structure and Work Procedures PP 6/2008 on Local Government Performance Management PP 8/2008 Procedures for the Preparation of Development Planning PP 15/2008 on Gender Mainstreaming PP 23/2011 Amendment of Government Regulation PP19/2010 regarding the procedure to execute assignment and authority and financial position of the Governor as a representative of Government at the provincial level PP 2/2012 on local grants management PP 33/2012 regarding breast feeding provision PP 44/2012 emergency fund PP 71/2012 on land procurement for public development PP 96/2012 regarding implementation of law 25/2009 on public services PP 32/2013, amendment of PP 19/2005 regarding national standard for education Perpres 59/2012 regarding National Framework of Government Capacity Development Permendagri 71/2012, guideline of education of nationalism insight Permendagri 69/2012, amendment of permendagri 62/2008 regarding Minimum Service Standard for Local Governance at district/city Permendagri 39/2012 on amendment of permendagri 32/2011 regarding guideline of grant and social assistance provision from local budget (APBD) Permendagri 37/2012 regarding guideline for 2013 APBD preparation Permendagri 32/2012 regarding guideline for the preparation, supervision and evaluation of 2013 Local Development Work Plan Permenkes 49/2012, guidelines for the handling of complaints in health ministry Permenkes 6/2013, health care facilities criteria for remote area, very remote and uninterested (kriteria fasilitas pelayanan kesehatan terpencil, sangat terpencil, dan fasilitas pelayanan kesehatan yang tidak diminati) Permendikbud 23/2013, amendment of Permendiknas 15/2010 regarding minimum service standard for primary education at district/city Kepmendagri 050-6536/2013, joint secretariat facilitated the implementation of national strategies for gender mainstreaming acceleration through gender responsive planning and budgeting in the local (government)

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In addition, the Project is guided by other relevant regulations and the internal memoranda from MOHA and other relevant ministries and bodies relating to the object and purpose of the BASICS Project.

1.4 Logic Model and Performance Measurement Framework The BASICS Logic Model (30 September 2010) stipulates the over-arching development objectives and key desired outcomes for the project. The Project’s Immediate Outcomes are intended to contribute to the achievement of the Intermediate Outcomes while recognizing the wide range of other (external) contributory factors that may play a significant role, both positively and negatively, in the achievement of results. The Project Outputs are also presented in the Logic Model and represent statements of completed activities or services. The Activity packages designed to support achievement of targeted Outputs are described in detail in Section 3 with Section 5 presenting the timeline for implementation of activities in the AWP 2014 Gantt chart. The BASICS Performance Measurement Framework (or PMF), which is based on the Logic Model, provides the results indicators for the various levels of targeted results, identifies qualitative and quantitative targets for respective results for the project period, and explains the data sources and data collection methods that will be used to measure project performance. In response to recommendations from (then) DFATD’s Mid Term Review of the BASICS project undertaken in mid-2011, the PMF was updated and refined to better reflect project directions and results. The updated (June 2013) version of the PMF is presented in Annex B. To ensure that BASICS capacity development efforts promote sustainable development results in a purposeful and incremental manner, the design of the activity sets in the AWP 2014 are guided by three “Sustainability Strategies by Outcome”. The three sustainability strategies have been updated to guide project efforts during 2014 and serve as the point of departure for all interventions. As all technical activities during 2014 will be undertaken in collaboration with provincial and national partners, the 200 Outcome Sustainability Strategy has witnessed the most significant revisions with minor revisions made to the 100 and 300 Outcome Sustainability Strategies.

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Table 1.1 BASICS Logic Model BASICS Logic Model (Revised 30 September 2010) Ultimate Outcome Improved capacity of government and civil society to develop and implement policies, processes and systems for effective, decentralized services Intermediate Outcomes (Results expected by the end of the BASICS Project) 100 District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSbased social service provision.

200 Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

300 Civil Society provide improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS -based social service provision, and provide technical services to district/city governments.

Immediate Outcomes (Short-term results) 110 Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.

210 Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

310 Strengthened capacity of civil society to effectively engage with district/city governments on gender responsive & environmentally sustainable planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

320 Strengthened capacity of selected civil society stakeholders as local capacity development providers able to provide gender responsive and environmentally sensitive technical services.

311 Gender responsive & environmentally sensitive TA provided to relevant civil society entities to increase their ability to effectively engage with district/city governments.

321 TA provided to civil society entities, including GE/women’s organizations, to enable them to provide technical services to district/city governments.

Outputs (Completed activities) 111 Gender responsive capacity development initiatives implemented in collaboration with selected government units to support MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting. 112 Gender-sensitive technical assistance delivered to selected legislative members.

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211 TA provided to strengthen provincial data management and monitoring. 212 TA provided to strengthen capacity of provincial and national governments to disseminate relevant regulations and policies.

312 Civil society engagement mechanisms established and/or strengthened.

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113 Gender responsive and MDG/MSS-based service-improvement initiatives successfully implemented.

213 TA provided to provincial and national government to coordinate the implementation of the MSS framework.

114 Technical assistance delivered to women’s empowerment units to support gender responsive planning and budgeting. 115 Environment protection guidelines applied as appropriate to project activities. Activities (Activity packages for the entire project) 111 In collaboration with selected government units, develop and implement gender responsive capacity development initiatives to support MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting 112 Provide Gender-sensitive technical support to selected legislative members. 113 Develop and successfully implement gender responsive and MDG/MSS-based serviceimprovement initiatives. 114 Deliver technical assistance to women’s empowerment units to support gender responsive planning and budgeting. 115 Apply environmental protection guidelines to project activities.

211 Provide TA to strengthen provincial data management and monitoring. 212 Provide TA to strengthen capacity of provincial and national governments to disseminate relevant regulations and policies. 213 Provide TA to national /provincial agencies to coordinate the implementation of the MSS framework.

311 Provide gender responsive and environmentally sensitive TA to CSOs to increase their ability to effectively engage with district/city governments.

321 Provide TA to CS entities, including GE/women’s organizations, to enable them to provide technical services to district/city governments.

312 Establish or strengthen CS entities mechanisms.

Inputs: Technical assistance, tools for planning and budgeting, tools for mainstreaming gender equality, tools for environmental management, BASICS Responsive Initiative.

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2 CROSS-CUTTING TECHNICAL THEMES AND CONSIDERATIONS 2.1 Enhancing gender mainstreaming and gender equality BASICS continues to make good progress in promoting the importance of gender responsive development planning and budgeting to support achievement of health and education related MSS and MDGs. BASICS utilizes three principal strategies to support gender responsive planning, budgeting and provision of health and basic education services. This includes: 1. Application of gender equality considerations (access, participation, control/influence, benefits) across all of the project’s capacity development initiatives, and project management practices. 2. Focused capacity development support to provincial Women’s Empowerment agencies (BPPKB), and Gender Working Groups, and Gender Focal Points based within key partner agencies. 3. Collaborative undertakings with the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, MOHA, BAPPENAS and key donors such as UN Women, TAF and GIZ, to strengthen national-level policies, procedures and programs to support gender responsive social service planning and budgeting. To promote sustainable change, the project continues to advocate for and support institutionalization of gender mainstreaming innovations into government structures and systems. Current status of gender mainstreaming efforts National-level Results: BASICS worked with MoHA, the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, The Asia Foundation and the national NGO PATTIRO to introduce emphasis on genderresponsive budgeting in MoHA’s annual law (Permendagri) that stipulates guidelines for the preparation of the annual district/city development budget (APBD). Advocacy efforts also helped to increase emphasis on MSS and MDGs. Integrated gender mainstreaming in the new regulation. During 2014, BASICS intends to collaborate with gender networks at the national level to advocate for emphasis on gender-responsive budgeting in the revised versions of MOHA’s Permendagri 13/2006 regarding local budgeting procedures. Details regarding this activity and other activities which aim to facilitate sustainable improvements in gender-responsive planning and budgeting are outlined in Section 3: Results-based Activities Planned for 2014. Provincial-level Results: Throughout 2013, BASICS worked with the Southeast Sulawesi provincial government, the Women’s Study Centre of Universitas Haluoleo and the AusAID-funded ACCESS project to support the development of a provincial law (perda) on gender mainstreaming. The content of the regulation focuses on gender mainstreaming strategies, supportive government apparatus, and gender-responsive planning and budgeting. The draft perda is now in the final stages of the approval process and should be approved and formally proclaimed by end of December 2013. BASICS plans to work with provincial and national partners to support implementation of the provincial law on gender mainstreaming. I addition, the Government of Southeast Sulawesi intends to accelerate gender mainstreaming via gender-responsive planning and budgeting efforts to be led by the Gender Working Groups in the districts and cities. BASICS will support these efforts.

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Also in Southeast Sulawesi, at the direction of the Provincial BRI Sub-committee, the five local government partners, have used Gender Gap Analysis and Gender Budget Statement tools to support their BRI Work Plans to improve health and basic education services. Similarly, North Sulawesi partners built gender analysis requirements into the proposal process for districts/cities seeking funding via the provincial government’s Special Allocation Fund to Accelerate Achievement of Health MSS and MDGs (BKKKes). District/City Level Results: At the district/city levels, BASICS has provided technical assistance to help several local government partners to include gender equity considerations in new health services regulations in Minahasa Utara, Wakatobi and Konawe Selatan. Gender working groups (Pokja) supported by local government decrees (SKs) have been formed and activated in both provinces and in all 10 district/cities where BASICS works. In 2009, when the project was launched none of the 10 partner districts/cities had a functioning Pokja Gender. Likewise, the Gender Working Group in Southeast Asia was not active at the time of project start-up but is now very dynamic and was instrumental in the Province being awarded a national gender mainstreaming (APE) award from the President of Indonesia in December 2012. Tools, Increased Commitment and Strategic Networks: Training on the use of a number of gender equality tools has been provided to gender working group members in partner districts/cities and at the provincial level. Stakeholders are now using these gender analysis and gender responsive planning and budgeting tools (like Gender Budget Statements and Gender Gap Analysis). Experience using these tools has provided the basis for preparation of a “Guide for Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting to Achieve Minimum Service Standards and Millennium Development Goals” and training modules for training of trainers/facilitators on how to do gender-responsive planning and budgeting to support MSS and MDG achievement. Other tools to facilitate multistakeholder (NGOs, local legislature, government agencies) analysis of local budgets (APBD) have also included emphasis on gender equality. All of these tools will be “housed” at the provincial government level and will be used to facilitate district/city governments. Good evidence of increased stakeholder commitment to gender-responsive planning and budgeting is evident in several BASICS partner areas. The Southeast Sulawesi Government has developed a gender budget statement that must be attached to local budget proposals for program/activity. Similarly, in Kota Baubau, the government has already increased emphasis on gender mainstreaming with the local Finance Bureau now giving higher priority to activity proposals that include a gender budget statement. Finally, BASICS has forged strategic networks for collaboration and advocacy on gender mainstreaming issues at the national and provincial levels. At the national level, the gender network comprises BASICS, The Asia Foundation, UN Women, Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, and PATTIRO. As noted, the network, which was spawned by the National Workshop on Gender Responsive Budgeting held in September 2012 has successfully advocated for increased emphasis on gender equitable budgeting in national budgeting regulations. The network remains active. In Southeast Sulawesi, a vibrant gender network comprising the gender working groups of the provincial government, AusAID-ACCESS, Indonesia Women’s Coalition and BASICS is actively supporting gender mainstreaming efforts.

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2.2 Promoting Good Environmental Management To ensure that all BASICS activities adhere to the project’s “do no harm” approach, BASICS developed a set of practical, yet sufficiently rigorous Good Environmental Management Guidelines, which are based on current GOI environmental regulations and satisfy Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEAA) standards. The Guidelines were designed to ensure that any BRI-funded initiatives have a neutral or positive effect on the natural environment. In practice, only a small number of BRI-funded activities during 2011 and 2012 supported construction activities, or acquisition of boats or modes of transportation that could negatively impact the natural environment. In these instances the BASICS Good Environmental Management Practices have been applied by the respective District and Provincial Coordinating Committees to ensure full compliance with the Guidelines. During 2014, the two provincial Technical Support Teams7will to apply the Guidelines as and when required to assess the potential environmental impact of any 2014 project activities and ensure full compliance with the Good EM Guidelines.

2.3 Financial Accountability and Anti-corruption The BASICS Project will continue to proactively apply strict financial management procedures and norms to ensure that opportunities for corruption and/or unethical conduct do not creep into BASICS-supported initiatives. BASICS will continue to consistently apply BASICS’s standard financial and administrative procedures, both for Component 1 (core capacity building) and Component 2 (BRI) activity streams. Project Management will continue to update financial procedures as and when needed to increase the overall reliability and integrity of the Project’s financial accountability. The comprehensive set of administrative and financial standard operating procedures (SOPs) developed to guide and support management of the BRI will continue to be applied and will be updated if deemed necessary. Strict adherence to project principles guiding procurement of services and goods and related procedures will be maintained across all project activities in all participating jurisdictions. From time to time, unannounced internal audits will be undertaken to test and assure the integrity of financial management practices. To fulfil recent Ministry of Finance regulations concerning reporting of donor-funded development initiatives, Berita Acara Serah Terima (BAST) documents for both goods/assets and services provided by BASICS will be prepared in collaboration with local government partners and submitted to MOHA as per the required schedule. When and where necessary, BASICS will facilitate MOHA’s BAST verification efforts.

2.4 Knowledge Management After more than four years of experience implementing capacity development activities with the various district, city, provincial and national stakeholders, the BASICS project has accumulated a significant body of experience including lessons learned, smart practices and innovations. During 2013, the project made excellent progress in documenting, publishing and disseminating various knowledge products. This included manuals, brochures, compilations in book form and various digital media all of which were widely shared with various government, donor and NGO partners. In addition, the project strengthened and further operationalized various knowledge exchange and dissemination partnerships. This 7

During 2014, the province-level Technical Support Teams will fulfill the roles formerly handled by the BRI Sub-committee and associated Education and Health Technical Teams, but the frequency and forms of technical assistance, advice and supervision offered may be more intensive and extensive.

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included collaboration with; MOHA, AusAID, USAID-KINERJA, The Asia Foundation, BaKTI and national NGOs Kemitraan and PATTIRO. These collaborative undertakings have provided important opportunities for testing and refining strategies, approaches, training modules and project management tools to support MSS/MDG/gender responsive health and education planning, budgeting and service provision. In September 2013, in collaboration with AusAID, MOHA, BAPPENAS, MOH, MOE&C, MOF, Kemenpan and provincial and district/city government partners from North and Southeast Sulawesi, BASICS designed and hosted a four-day knowledge exchange event which included senior AusAID officers and representatives from the AusAID-funded AIPD, ACCESS, LOGICA2, PNPM and RTR-C programs. The event provided important opportunities to trade knowledge, experience and lessons learned related to accelerating achievement of health and basic education MSS. Follow-up collaboration on knowledge management and dissemination efforts is being discussed. Tables 2.1 and 2.2 below summarize the knowledge management products prepared by the project during 2013.

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Table 2.1: List and Status of Knowledge Management Products Developed during 2013 No.

Tentative Title

General Theme

Description/Use

1

The BRI Approach: Innovation to Accelerate MSS Achievement

Innovation, health and education service delivery

2

Instrument to Calculate Unit Cost of Selected MSS-based Health Services

Health service budgeting

Explanation of how the BRI supported innovations in health and education planning, budgeting and service delivery Tool for calculation of unit cost of selected health services and calculation of funding gaps

3

Instrument to Calculate Unit Cost of Selected MSS-based Basic Education Services

basic education service budgeting

Tool for calculation of unit cost of selected basic education services and calculation of funding gaps

4

MSS-based Health Database Application

integrated database system

5

MSS-based Basic Education Database Application

integrated database system

6

Province-level Special Allocation Fund to Accelerate Achievement of Selected Health MSS

Special fund to accelerate MSS achievement

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Proposed institutional “owner”

BASICS TEAM Technical Lead

Remarks/Status

OTDA/MOHA, potentially DIKLAT/MOHA

BRI Coordinator

Completed. Printing in process.

OTDA/MOHA and/or MOH, Health Agencies of North & Southeast Sulawesi OTDA/MOHA and/or MOE&C

District Planning & Finance Advisor

Completed.

District Planning & Finance Advisor

Multi-level, integrated MSS-based database supported by computer application to support monitoring, reporting and planning. To complement MOH’s SIK information system. MSS-based database supported by computer application to support monitoring, reporting and planning

OTDA/MOHA, and/or MOH, Health Agencies of North & Southeast Sulawesi

District Planning & Finance Advisor

Work is ongoing with national, provincial and district/city partners. Expected completion date is Q1 of 2014. Instrument may be reflected in a Permendikbud. User manual completed, tested and disseminated. Revisions to some database tools being made to simplify use of the database tool.

OTDA/MOHA, and/or MOE&C, Education Agencies of North & Southeast Sulawesi

District Planning & Finance Advisor

Provincial fund, based on BRI approach, to accelerate achievement of selected health MSS

OTDA/MOHA and/or MOH, Health Agency of North Sulawesi

District Planning & Finance Advisor, Provincial Coordinator Sulut

Work is underway with national, provincial and district/city partners. Expected completion date is Q1 of 2014. Plans are for the database application to be included in an upcoming Permendikbud. Implementation manual and governor’s decree completed. Pak Utoro will prepare a userfriendly “how to develop and implement the Special Allocation Funds manual”. Expected completion date is Q1 2014.

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Tentative Title

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Waraka: Use of PRA to Collect Village-level Health and Nutrition Data

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Description/Use

Proposed institutional “owner”

BASICS TEAM Technical Lead

MSS-based data collection

PRA method to collect selected health and nutrition data to support planning

OTDA/MOHA and/or MOH, Health Agency of Southeast Sulawesi

Guide to MDG/MSS- and GenderResponsive Multi-stakeholder Analysis of APBD

Analysis of APBD realization

Guide to help executive, legislative and civil society stakeholders analyze the extent to which local budgets are responsive to health and education MDGs, MSS and gender equity.

KEUDA/MOHA, ASDEKSI, selected NGOs and CSOs

Guide to Analyzing Local Government Performance via the Local Government Accountability Report (LKPJ)

Analysis of local government performance

Guide to help local legislatures analyze local government performance as presented in the LKPJ report prepared by the District Head or Mayor

FKDH/OTDA and/or DIKLAT at MOHA

District Facilitator Buton Utara, with Local Government Capacity Development (LGCD) Advisor DPRD Strengthening Advisor, LGCD Advisor, Civil Society Engagement Advisor DPRD Strengthening Advisor, LGCD Advisor

Key tasks and duties of legislative secretariats in relation to MSSbased budgeting MSS-based local laws

Tips to help the local SETWAN support the local legislature enhance MSS-based budgeting

FKDH/OTDA, DIKLAT/MOHA, ASDEKSI

DPRD Strengthening Advisor

FKDH/OTDA, DIKLAT/MOHA, ASDEKSI

DPRD Strengthening Advisor

Achievement of health and basic education MDGs and MSS

Practical guidelines and tips to support preparation and implementation of MSS-focussed PERDA based on experience with BASICS partners Relationship and complementarity between health- and basic education-related MSS and MDGs.

OTDA/MOHA, BAPPENAS

BRI Coordinator Advisor

Partial draft prepared by BRI Coordinator. Will complete with input from other advisors by end of Q4 2013.

Gender responsive health and education planning & budgeting

Guide to Gender Responsive MSSbased Health and Education Services Planning and Budgeting

MOWE&CP, OTDA/MOHA

Gender Advisor

Copy editing and layout underway. Expected publication date is Q1 2014.

10 Tips to Help Legislative Secretariats Support MSS-based Budgeting 11 Tips and Lessons Learned to Support the Preparation and Implementation of MSS-focussed Local Laws (PERDA) 12 Targeting MSS Achievement to Facilitate MDGs Achievement: The Nexus between Health- and Basic Education-related MDGs and MSS 13 Guide to Gender Responsive MSS-based Health and Education Services Planning and Budgeting

General Theme

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Remarks/Status

Publication completed and distribution has commenced.

Final editing and layout underway. Ready for field-testing during Q1 of 2014.

Activity being led by FKDH/OTDA with BASICS providing TA. The guide will be a MOHA product with BASICS providing technical advice and helping to pilot-test it. Completion expected in Q1-Q2 2014. Preparation being handled by ASDEKSI with BASICS consultant advice. Expected completion date is Q1 2014. Preparation well-advanced. Completion expected during Q1 of 2014.

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Tentative Title

General Theme

Description/Use

14 Pocket Book of Smart Practices to Accelerate Achievement of Health and Basic Education MSS

Achievement of health and basic education MSS

Pocket book of smart practices and innovations generated by BASICS for distribution at the annual commemoration of Regional Autonomy Day in April 2013

15 Smart Practices and Innovations to Support Achievement of Health and Basic Education MSS, and Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting

Smart practices and innovations to support achievement of health and basic education MSS, and GRP&B

Series of brief smart practice and innovation brochures

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Proposed institutional “owner”

BASICS TEAM Technical Lead

Remarks/Status

OTDA/MOHA

District Planning & Finance Advisor

OTDA/MOHA, DIKLAT/MOHA, MOWE&CP, MOH, MOE&C

Various advisors under the supervision of Project Director and BRI Coordinator

Two pocket books produced and distributed nation-wide. 1,000 copies of each produced. Many digital copies also distributed. Updated version will be produced in early 2014. 17 brochures produced. A complete list of smart practice brochures produced is provided in the table below.

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Table 2.2: List of Smart Practice/Innovation Brochures Produced during 2013

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Title/Judul Google Earth as a tool to influence decision makers. Google Earth sebagai Alat untuk Memberikan Informasi kepada Pengambil Kebijakan dalam Perbaikan Kebutuhan SPM Practical Analysis of Budgets to Increase the legislators skills Analisis Anggaran Praktis: Meningkatkan Keterampilan Anggota DPRD untuk Bedah Anggaran Program Sumikolah: Strengthening the collective commitment to reduce school dropout numbers. Memperkuat Komitmen Bersama untuk Menekan Angka Putus Sekolah Capacity development of the legislators to write government laws. Learning law making in health and education in Wakatobi. Peningkatan Kapasitas DPRD untuk Menyusun Perda: Pembelajaran Perda Pelayanan Pendidikan dan Kesehatan Kabupaten Wakatobi Implement MS Excel’s program Pivot to assist in the assembly and strategic analysis of budgets. Penerapan Pivot Excel-MS untuk Mendukung Penyusunan dan Analisis APBD yang Lebih Strategis The Healthy village program in Minahasa North Sulawesi. Desa Siaga Mapalus Sehat di Kabupaten Minahasa, Sulawesi Utara Piloting Responsive Gender Budgeting in Education in Baubau, SE Sulawesi. Piloting Penganggaran Responsif Gender Bidang Pendidikan di Kota Baubau, Sulawesi Tenggara Unit Cost calculation for Health and Special fund to fill the gap in MSS for Health. Dana Inisiatif SPM Bidang Kesehatan: Satuan Beban Pelayanan (unit cost) dan Bantuan Keuangan Khusus Data Management: Increasing data management to achieve MSS targets in health and education. Manajemen data: Peningkatan Pengelolaan Data untuk Mencapai Target SPM Bidang Kesehatan dan Pendidikan dasar The preparation of a local law by the Legislators in Health. DPRD Minahasa Utara Menyusun Perda Layanan Kesehatan sebagai Hak Inisiatif Program to support education in Sangihe: Tips to supply teachers in isolated islands and villages. Program Sangihe Mengajar: Kiat Baru Pemenuhan Guru di Pulau-Pulau dan Desa Terpencil Kabupaten Kepulauan Sangihe Base School is a program to retrieve students that have dropped out of school Basekolah: Gerakan Pemerintah Kota Bitung dalam Mengembalikan Anak Putus Sekolah Contracting Midwives: A program to supply midwives to isolated islands and villages in Sitaro North Sulawesi. Bidan Kontrak: Kiat baru Pemenuhan Bidan di Pulau-Pulau dan desa Terpencil Kabupaten Kepualaun Sitaro, Sulawesi Utara A smart and healthy village program called Mandara Mandidoha: An innovative program to build healthy smart and safe villages.Inovasi untuk Membentuk Desa Sehat, Cerdas dan Sejahtera A healthy village program called Kampo Waraka, which is an innovative program to accelerate the achievement of MSS and MDGs in health. Kampo Waraka (Desa Sehat): Inovasi dalam Percepatan Pencapaian SPM dan MDGs Bidang Kesehatan A program to overcome school drop-outs and illiteracy using the Indonesian PKBM program Mengatasi Anak Putus Sekolah dan Buta Aksara melalui Peran PKBM dan GuruGuru Sekolah Formal The Southeast Sulawesi Government’s Commitment to program defining the role of the provincial government in accelerating the achievement of MDGS and MSS in SE Sulawesi. Komitmen Sultra: Peran Pemerintah Provinsi dalam Mempercepat Pencapaian SPM dan MDGs di Sulawesi Tenggara

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During 2014, the project will continue to emphasize and accelerate knowledge management efforts with particular focus on: 

dissemination and replication of various smart practices and innovations in collaboration with provincial and national partners;



completion of a number of KM products presently being developed;



preparation of a select number of KM products which will be spawned by collaborative activities with national-level partners during 2014; and



consolidation of relations and agreements with potential “institutional owners” of KM products generated by BASICS to maximize opportunities for sustainable application of related practices and innovations.

A number of regional workshops and knowledge dissemination events will be held during the year. Respective activities are outlined in Section 3: Results Based Activities Planned for 2014. See table 2.3 below for a list of knowledge products that BASICS will work with project partners during 2014.

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Table 2.3: Knowledge Management Products Planned for 2014 No.

Tentative Title

General Theme

Description/Use

Proposed institutional “owner”

BASICS TEAM Technical Lead

Remarks/Status

Guide to help executive, legislative and civil society stakeholders analyze the extent to which local budgets are responsive to health and education MDGs, MSS and gender equity. Guide to help local legislatures analyze local government performance as presented in the LKPJ report prepared by the District Head or Mayor

KEUDA/MOHA, ASDEKSI, selected NGOs and CSOs

DPRD Strengthening Advisor, KM Expert

Ready for field-testing during Q1 of 2014. Final editing after fieldtesting, then final version published and disseminated.

FKDH/OTDA and/or DIKLAT at MOHA

DPRD Strengthening Advisor

Progress contingent on FKDH/OTDA lead with BASICS providing TA. BASICS will provide editing and layout assistance, pilot-testing and final editing, then assist with dissemination. Preparation being handled by ASDEKSI. BASICS will provide TA, editing and layout assistance, then assist with dissemination..

1

Guide to Multistakeholder MDG/MSS/Gender Equity-based Analysis of APBD

Analysis of APBD realization

2

Guide to Analyzing Local Government Performance via the Local Government Accountability Report (LKPJ)

Analysis of local government performance

3

Tips to Help Legislative Secretariats Support MSS-based Budgeting

Tips to help the local SETWAN support the local legislature enhance MSSbased budgeting

FKDH/OTDA, DIKLAT/MOHA, ASDEKSI

DPRD Strengthening Advisor

4

Tips and Lessons Learned to Support the Preparation and Implementation of MSS-focussed Local Laws (PERDA)

Key tasks and duties of legislative secretariats in relation to MSSbased budgeting MSS-based local laws

Practical guidelines and tips to support preparation and implementation of MSS-focussed PERDA based on experience with BASICS partners

FKDH/OTDA, DIKLAT/MOHA, ASDEKSI

DPRD Strengthening Advisor

5

Guide to Gender Responsive MSSbased Health and Education Services Planning and Budgeting

Guide to Gender Responsive MSS-based Health and Education Services Planning and Budgeting

MOWE&CP, OTDA/MOHA

Gender Advisor

6

Documentation of Gender Issues in Basic Education and Health Sectors in BASICS working area as Advocacy Materials/Inputs for RPJMN (20142019) Preparation.

Gender responsive health and education planning & budgeting National mid-term development plan

BAPPENAS, MOHA, MOWE&CP

Gender Advisor

Data compilation and writing team to comprise partners from North and Southeast Sulawesi, with advocacy efforts undertaken with selected national partners.

7

Advocacy to Increase Emphasis on the Gender Responsive MSS Budgeting in the Revisions to Permendagri 13/2006.

Compilation of lessons learned and issues faced related to gender equitable planning, budgeting and delivery of basic education and health services equality in BASICS partner areas. Intended as a policy briefing note for national partners Advocacy efforts undertaken in cooperation with with MOWE&CP, PATTIRO and The Asian Foundation to increase emphasis on gender-sensitive MSS application in revisions

KEUDA/MOHA, BANGDA/MOHA

Gender Advisor

Will require input from BASICS Gender Expert (Canada-based) and potentially another international gender expert, plus input from various BASICS

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BASICS will finalize, the help disseminate this set of tips. Ideally can be adopted by DIKLAT to help train newly- selected DPRD members. To be printed in early 2014, subsequently disseminated during regional workshops.

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Tentative Title

General Theme

Description/Use

8

Compilation of Smart Practices to Accelerate Achievement of Health and Basic Education MSS

Achievement of health and basic education MSS

9

Module on Performance Monitoring Compliance on Regional MSS Achievement for Bawasda by MOHA

Local government performance assessment

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Training module on Google Earth as a Tool for Informing Decisionmakers

GIS illustration of MSS and MDG data

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Guide for Preparing Analysis of Special Expenditure Standards (ASB Khusus) for Basic Education Minimum Service Standards

basic education service budgeting

Permendagri 54/2010 (preparation, control and evaluation of local development plans) and Permendagri 13/2006 (local gov’t finance). Updated compilation of smart practices and innovations generated by BASICS for distribution at MOHA”S Regional Autonomy Day in April 2014 and for subsequent dissemination Module to support technical briefing/training on local government performance and compliance on MSS achievement for Bawasda (to be used by MOHA (Inspectorate and DIKLAT) Training module outlining how to use Google Earth as a tool for illustrating MSS and MDG achievement data to help inform decisions taken by technical agencies and DPRDs Tool for calculation of unit cost of all basic education services

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Guide for Preparing Analysis of Special Expenditure Standards (ASB Khusus) for Selected Health Minimum Service Standards

health service budgeting

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MSS-based Health Database Application

integrated database system

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Proposed institutional “owner”

BASICS TEAM Technical Lead

Remarks/Status

partners.

OTDA/MOHA

Jakarta Liaison

Input and advice from BRI Coordinator and other advisors, with production assistance by KM Expert.

MOHA (Inspectorate and DIKLAT

Jakarta Liaison

Provincial BAPPEDAs, civil society organizations

Deputy Project Director

Input from District Planning and Finance Advisor, Provincial Coordinators in cooperation with OTDA/MOHA, DIKLAT/MOHA, MOH, MOE&C, and MOF. Preparation and dissemination of Google Earth-based training module.

OTDA/MOHA and/or MOE&C

District Planning & Finance Advisor

Tool for calculation of unit cost of selected health services

OTDA/MOHA and/or MOH

District Planning & Finance Advisor

Multi-level, integrated MSS-based database supported by computer application to support monitoring, reporting and planning. To complement MOH’s SIK information system.

OTDA/MOHA, and/or MOH, Health Agencies of North & Southeast Sulawesi

District Planning & Finance Advisor

Work is ongoing with national, provincial and district/city partners. Expected completion date is Q2 of 2014. Standard costs may be included in a forthcoming Permendikbud. Work is ongoing with national and provincial partners. Expected completion date is Q2 of 2014. Standard costs may be included in a forthcoming Permenkes. One smart practice brochure will be produced along with a Database Application User’s Guide.

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Tentative Title

General Theme

Description/Use

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MSS-based Basic Education Database Application

integrated database system

MSS-based database supported by computer application to support monitoring, reporting and planning

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Guide for Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation for MSS to Strengthen the Role of Local Government How to Integrate MSS into Annual and Multi-Year Local Government Planning and Budgeting Documents Practical Guide for MSS-based Evaluation of Local Budgets

Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation for MSS

Guide to help district/city and provincial governments to implement, monitor and evaluate MSS frameworks

MSS-based planning and budgeting documents Evaluation of local budgeting

How to guide for integrating MSS into key planning and budgeting documents.

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Province-level Special Allocation Fund to Accelerate Achievement of Selected Health MSS

Special fund to accelerate MSS achievement

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Targeting MSS Achievement to Facilitate MDGs Achievement: The Nexus between Health- and Basic Education-related MDGs and MSS

Achievement of health and basic education MDGs and MSS

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Practical guide for MSS-based APBD analysis to strengthen the Provincial Budgeting Teams. Provincial fund, based on BRI approach, to accelerate achievement of selected health MSS

Relationship and complementarity between health- and basic educationrelated MSS and MDGs.

Proposed institutional “owner”

BASICS TEAM Technical Lead

Remarks/Status

OTDA/MOHA, and/or MOE&C, Education Agencies of North & Southeast Sulawesi OTDA/MOHA

District Planning & Finance Advisor

One smart practice brochure will be produced along with a Database Application User’s Guide.

District Planning & Finance Advisor

Guide for local governments which will linked with the Guide for APBD Evaluation to be produced.

OTDA, BANGDA and KEUDA of MOHA KEUDA, OTDA and FKDH of MOHA

District Planning & Finance Advisor District Planning & Finance Advisor

In response to request from KEUDA/MOHA).

OTDA/MOHA and/or MOH, Health Agency of North Sulawesi

Jakarta Liaison

OTDA/MOHA, BAPPENAS

BRI Coordinator Advisor

Preparation of a user-friendly “how to develop and implement the Special Allocation Funds” manual.. Expected completion date is Q2 2014. This topic was covered in the first chapter of the “Buku BRI” which was published in late 2013.

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2.5 National-level Partners Engagement Engagement, cooperation and synergy with various key national-level partners have gained great momentum and is greatly helping to extend project reach, sustainability and costeffectiveness. Table 2.4: Key engagement and cooperation efforts undertaken during 2013 MOHA As part of National Regional Autonomy Day (Hari Otonomi Daerah 2013) celebrations: BASICS collaborated with MOHA to produce two books summarizing innovations and best practices to help accelerate achievement of health and basic education MSS. 1,000 copies of the two books were distributed to almost 500 districts and cities across the country with 500 additional copies subsequently printed and distributed to various provinces. Evaluation and Monitoring of MSS Achievement: BASICS provided technical support, facilitation and the preliminary MSS-based evaluation tool to support MOHA’s MSS evaluation efforts. BASICS helped to facilitate regional workshops in Riau and Bali, and province-level workshops in Kalimantan Barat, Kalimantan Timur, Maluku, Sulawesi Utara, Sulawesi Tenggara and Sumatra Barat. Advocacy to increase emphasis on gender equality in Permendagri 27/2013 regarding APBD 2014 Preparation: BASICS worked with MoHA, the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, The Asia Foundation and national NGO PATTIRO to increase emphasis on gender-responsive budgeting in the context of an MSS framework in MoHA’s annual law that stipulates guidelines for the preparation of the annual district/city development budget (APBD). Advocacy efforts also helped to increase emphasis on MSS and MDGs. Local Government Finance: At the request of the Director General of Regional Autonomy/MOHA, BASICS contracted the University of Indonesia’s Centre for Political Studies (PUSKAPOL) to undertake a study on the Impact of Financing of Local Leader Candidacy on Local Financial Governance in the Context of the Direct Local Election System. Findings and recommendations will be presented to the national parliament (DPR) to help inform future laws regarding selection of District/City Heads Ministry of Education and Culture Refinement of MSS Basics Education indicators for: isolated and island districts; special education (for students with special needs) and specialized/extraordinary services: BASICS collaborated with MoE&C partners and representatives from the Province of Southeast Sulawesi, Kota Baubau and Kabupatens Sangihe and Wakatobi to provide to help develop MSS Basics Education indicators which are suitable for isolated and island districts, and for children with special needs. BASICS also provided input to help refine indicators for education for primary-level students with special needs. Proposed indicators will serve as input for the revision of Basic Education MSS during 2014. Development of MSS-based Basic Education Database and an Instrument for Applying Basic Education Unit Costs: The project also worked with MOE&C, provincial and several district partners to develop an MSSbased database system for basic education indicators and a tool to support budgeting for basic education services based on unit cost calculation instrument. Once completed, these tools will be ideally be included in a forthcoming MOE&C regulation (Permendikbud). USAID-KINERJA MSS-focussed Complaint Surveys: BASICS collaborated with the USAID-funded KINERJA project to train civil society representatives to design and implement health and basic education complaints surveys. The survey instrument used was based on earlier work undertaken by GIZ and Kemenpan, which was subsequently finetuned by KINERJA and BASICS to better reflect an MSS orientation. Training for Citizen Journalists: BASICS also collaborated with the KINERJA project to train dozens of citizen journalists in the use of print, TV and internet-based media to increase public debate and attention to MSS-based health and basic education services. This led to the formation of active citizen journalist networks in Southeast and North Sulawesi. AusAID: AusAID – BASICS Knowledge Sharing and Exchange: In collaboration with MOHA and provincial and district/city government partners from Sulut and Sultra, BASICS designed and hosted a four-day knowledge exchange event which included senior AusAID officers and representatives from the AusAID-funded AIPD, ACCESS, LOGICA2, PNPM and RTR-C programs. Other details on this event were provided earlier in the Knowledge Management section. Follow-up collaboration on knowledge dissemination efforts are planned for 2014.

During 2014, the project will continue and intensify national-level engagement efforts with the following types of initiatives planned:

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Multiple initiatives in collaboration with MOHA to help accelerate application of MSS frameworks in general, and achievement of health and basic education MSS in particular8. This will ideally include collaboration with MOHA’s Education and Training Directorate (DIKLAT) to help refine, field-test and disseminate various MSSfocussed training modules for DPRD members and other local government agencies. It will also include collaboration with MOHA’s FKDH Directorate to pilot-test, refine and then apply several guides to facilitate the budgeting and budget supervision work of the district/city-level DPRDs.



Collaboration on an MSS-focussed publication for distribution during National Regional Automony Day in April 2014.



Continued collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Culture to complete, pilottest and replicate an MSS-based basic education database application and instrument for applying unit-cost (Analisis Standar Belanja) to facilitate more rational, MSS-based budgeting.



Joint efforts with the Ministry of Health9 to further evaluate the efficacy of the MSSbased unit-cost calculation instrument for selected health services, and pending a successful outcome, further dissemination and application of the tool in other (nonBASICS) jurisdictions.



Continued collaboration with the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, The Asia Foundation and PATTIRO to undertaken advocacy efforts to increase emphasis on gender-equitable planning and budgeting in the planned revisions to Permendagri 13/2006/ and Permendagri 54/2010.



Collaboration with KINERJA to disseminate relevant, proven MSS-focussed smart practices to all districts/cities in North and Southeast Sulawesi, with follow-up technical assistance potentially provided to interested and “committed” districts by KINERJA consultants.



BASICS intends to collaborate with the AusAID-funded AIPD project to refine, publish and disseminate various MSS-focussed smart practices and innovations.



Identification of demand-driven opportunities and begin collaborative work with DIKLAT MOHA and/or the provincial representatives of DIKLAT (MOHA) in North and Southeast Sulawesi.

2.6 Outcome-level Sustainability Strategies The BASICS Project has been designed to facilitate achievement of the three Intermediate Outcomes by the end of the Project as outlined in the Logic Model: 1. District/city governments involved in BASICS develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision10.

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Details are provided under the 211, 212 and 213 Activity package descriptions in Section 3: Results-based Activities Planned for 2014 9 The Ministry of Health has expressed interest in working with Universitas Gadjah Madah to assess the efficacy of the unit-cost instrument. 10 In 2014 BASICS will add four additional district governments to the original 10 district/city governments which participated in intensive capacity development activities between 2009 and 2013. The four newly-selected districts represent areas where the provincial governments together with the BASICS team will demonstrate the process of replication and dissemination of smart practices and innovations generated by BASICS.

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2. The two participating provincial governments and the national level government provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision. 3. Civil Society provides improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS -based social service provision, and provides technical services to district/city governments. In previous years, the sustainability strategies for Outcome 100, 200 and 300 have been carefully refined and updated by the project team to provide a succinct roadmap to support sustainable developmental changes. During 2014, all technical activities will be implemented in collaboration with national and provincial partners through the 200 work package. As such the strategy sustaining the 200 Intermediate and Immediate Outcomes is of most importance and for this reason has been updated and presented here. These efforts are all the more important at this stage of the project as many innovations and smart practices generated by the project are being adopted by local government partners and considered for wider application by MOHA, other ministries and some donor partners. Nevertheless, as the project will work closely with provincial and national partners to enhance the capacity of district/city partners, and doubtless involve certain civil society partners in selected efforts, the project will continue to generate some capacity improvement results among district/city and civil society partners. For this reason, the 100 and 200 Outcome Sustainability Strategies have been slightly updated as well and are presented in Annex C. While efforts have been made to keep the sustainability strategies as succinct as possible, the updated 200 Outcome strategy tends to be somewhat more detailed than in previous years since various knowledge management, national-level collaboration and hand-over efforts have now been concretized and can thus be laid out in more specific, sequential steps. The sustainability strategy is thus the touchstone for planning of the project’s integrated capacity development efforts and help to ensure that the project constantly keeps the objective of facilitating sustainable development changes at the forefront of all efforts. It is however, important to note that these strategies are refined and tweaked from time to time based on lessons learned, shifts in the operating priorities of key partners due to changes in leadership, or shifts brought about by policy changes. This is particularly true for this extension year 2014 were dissemination and replication of BASICS established smart practices are shared with new (to BASICS) districts and other provinces. The updated 200 Outcome Sustainability Strategy is presented below and forms the basis for the slate of activities planned for 2014, which are outlined below in Section 3.3.

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Table 2.5: Sustainability Strategy for 200 Outcome Work Package BASICS Intermediate 200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and Outcome: supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 210

210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for genderequitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

Outputs supporting achievement of Immediate Outcome 210 and Intermediate Outcome 200: Output 211:

Technical Assistance provided to strengthen provincial data management and monitoring and districts/cities MDGs/MSS health and education budget proposals

Output 212:

TA provided to strengthen capacity of provincial and national governments to disseminate relevant regulations and policies. The following is an example of one of the initiatives in 2014: 212.1b.1. Formulation of the ASB based MSS (Health, Basic Education) with the technical Ministries, together with MoHA and the Ministry of Finance;

Output 213:

TA provided to provincial and national government to coordinate the implementation of the MSS health and education framework in order to achieve MDGs in districts/cities and provinces.

Concrete indications of achievement of Intermediate Outcome 200 by key stakeholders : List concrete signs/indications that key stakeholders have achieved the Intermediate Outcome: •

Sub Committee BRI in 2011-2013 and the Provincial Technical Teams in 2014 role review, monitoring and technical assistance for the BRI implementation in District/City.



The Provincial government mediate District/city activities positively and make an effort to involve National Ministries and District/City governments in new innovative initiatives.

National-level stakeholders (emphasis here is on National-level support to Provincial government partners):  A select number of BASICS’ National Government officer partners (MOHA, MOH, MOE&C, MWE&CC, MOF) are able to provide technical and administrative advice to support effective designing, planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social services. This technical support and advice is recognized and valued by provincial stakeholders. Provincial-level (emphasis here is on Provincial-level support to District/city government partners):  Key BASICS Provincial Government partners (BAPPEDA, Health, Education, Biro Keuangan, Biro Ortala, BPPKB) regularly convene meetings to review achievement of MDGs and to refine the Province’s MDG Achievement Action Plan. 

A ‘Special Allocation Fund for Achievement of Health MSS (Provincial Government) based on the Unit Costing methodology developed and implemented;



Key BASICS Provincial Government agencies provide good quality advice, oversight and supervision of annual development plans and budgets (APBD) to support MDG/MSS-based APBD and RKPD documents. This technical support and advice is recognized and valued by district/city stakeholders.

Concrete indications that key stakeholders possess the capacity (knowledge, skills, attitudes) required to achieve Immediate Outcome 200: List critical knowledge, skills, attitudes/commitment that key stakeholders possess and apply to support achievement of Outcome 200:

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 210

210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for genderequitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

National-level stakeholders (emphasis here is on key capacities needed to effectively supervise and mentor provincial partners): 

A select number of BASICS’ National Government officer partners (MOHA, MOH, MOE&C, MWE&CC, MOF) possess robust, up-to-date knowledge of regulations, technical guidelines and challenges in operationalizing MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting of social services. Possession of this high level of relevant knowledge is recognized and valued by provincial stakeholders.



A select number of BASICS’ National Government officer partners possess the skills and attitudes (mutual learning approach, joint problem-solving approach, solutions-orientation, good ability to listen, persuasiveness) required to effectively enhance the capacity of selected provincial partner agencies (BAPPEDA, Health, Education, Biro Keuangan, Biro Ortala, BPPKB) to facilitate gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social services in most districts and cities in the province. These constructive skills and attitudes are recognized and valued by provincial stakeholders.

Provincial-level (emphasis here is on key capacities needed to effectively supervise and mentor district/city partners): 

A select number of BASICS’ Provincial Government officer partners (BAPPEDA, Health, Education, Biro Keuangan, Biro Ortala, BPPKB and specifically for 2014 the Provincial Technical Teams ) possess sufficient, up-to-date knowledge of regulations, technical guidelines and challenges in operationalizing MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting of social services. Possession of this important relevant knowledge is recognized and valued by district/city stakeholders.



A select number of BASICS’ Provincial Government officer partners possess the skills and attitudes (mutual learning approach, joint problem-solving approach, solutions-orientation, good ability to listen, persuasiveness) required to effectively enhance the capacity of selected district/city partner agencies (BAPPEDA, Health, Education, Biro Keuangan, Biro Ortala, BPPKB) to facilitate gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social services in most districts and cities in the province. This includes, but is not limited to, District Coordinating Committee members. These constructive skills and attitudes are recognized and valued by district/city stakeholders.

What capacity development activities must be undertaken to assure that required capacities (knowledge, skills, attitudes/commitment) are acquired by key stakeholders? What key capacity development efforts must still be undertaken and with which stakeholders? National and Provincial-level Stakeholders with regard to BRI Initiatives.   

Regular meeting to discuss BRI challenges and lesson learned 2010-2013 Reflection meeting of SKBRI and DCC in pulling BRI lesson learned. 2014 mentoring of the Provincial Technical Teams and reflection meetings to measure the effectiveness of the replication and dissemination of BASICS smart practices BRI lesson learned documentation (in the form of Smart Practices) as a way to accelerate MSS and MDGs.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 210

210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for genderequitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

National-level stakeholders11: Innovation frameworks will intensify the project’s current Sustainability, Knowledge Management, and National-level Engagement Strategies and be grounded in an assessment of: 

who the owner of respective innovations will be;



what supporting regulations will be required to support institutionalization;



how institutionalization and replication will be facilitated, including through national and provincial training institutions (LAN, DIKLAT, non-governmental entities);



what resources (financial and human) will be required;



what the expected results/outcomes of replication and institutionalization will be; and



how the innovation will support continued improvements to planning, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation.



Collaboration with provincial government to support replication of the integrated package of practices to accelerate achievement of prioritized Health MSS related to women and children’s health (MSS-based database, unit cost instrument, spatial mapping and monitoring of service provision, local regulations (Perda) for MSS-based health service planning and budgeting) in other North Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi districts/cities. (Component 200)



Collaboration with provincial government to support replication of the integrated package of practices to accelerate achievement of prioritized primary education MSS (MSS-based database, unit cost instrument, spatial mapping and monitoring of service provision, Perda for MSS-based education service planning and budgeting) in other North Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi districts/cities – achieving a ‘critical mass’ of coverage by the project. (Component 100/200)



In collaboration with Ditjen KEUDA/MOHA and Southeast Sulawesi provincial partners, support implementation of Guide for MDG/MSS/Gender-responsive Analysis of APBD based in the context of five related provincial regulations.



In collaboration with Ditjen BANGDA and Ditjen OTDA of MOHA and North Sulawesi province partners (including Diklat Propinsi), replicate application of the MSS-based health services unit cost calculation instrument in all remaining districts/cities in the Province.



In collaboration with KEUDA/MOHA and/or DIKLAT/MOHA, disseminate the Guide for MDG/MSS/Gender-responsive Analysis of APBD to two non-BASICS provinces via two provincelevel training workshops.



In collaboration with FKDHL/MOHA and ASDEKSI, deliver the training package on

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In fact, BASICS’ National-level partners increase their related knowledge, skills and attitudes in numerous ways including, but not limited to: formal GoI training courses; participation in workshops, seminars and other training events; interaction with other ministries and with certain projects and programs. For this reason, while BASICS endeavours to contribute to these capacity development gains, actual measurement and attribution of capacity gains due to BASICS interventions will prove very difficult to measure in a quantiative manner.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 210

210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for genderequitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

MDG/MSS/Gender-responsive budgeting for DPRD members and DPRD Secretaries (SEKWAN) in non-BASICS provinces12 facing major challenges in achieving health and education MDGs and MSS. 

Design and support meetings (technical committee meetings, issue-based meetings and working groups) and field-based activities (site and monitoring visits) which allow key national partner officers (MOHA, Health, Education, MOF) to work together closely, thereby facilitating information exchange and dialogue.



Work with selected national ministries to promote and enhance a “solutions and mentoring approach” to providing supervision and support to provincial stakeholders.

Provincial Level (emphasis here is on Provincial-level support to District/city government partners): 

Continued collaboration with MOHA to prepare, finalize and disseminate technical guidelines and training packages to support MDG/MSS/gender-responsive planning and budgeting of prioritized health and education services, and where appropriate, technical assistance to MOHA to facilitate replication of integrated packages13 of innovations to support MSS and/or MDG achievement.



Strengthening of cooperation and collaboration between the provincial Badan Diklat and provincial Financial Management Agency (BPK) to promote MDG/MSS/gender-responsive analysis and evaluation of local government budgeting performance.



In collaboration with provincial partners, replication of the BRI approach in non-BASICS districts and cities: in North Sulawesi in support of the Special Allocation to Support Achievement of Healthrelated MDGs and MSS; and in Southeast Sulawesi in support of the provincial Bahteramas program which seeks to improve health and education services.



Continue to support and implement a select number of strategic MDG/MSS-focussed capacity development initiatives. Particular focus should be placed on helping provincial partners to operationalize MDG- and MSS-based planning and budgeting frameworks, especially via advice, support and direction to improve the quality of APBD and RKPD of selected agencies (BAPPEDA, Health, RSUD, Education).



Continue and intensify capacity development and liaison efforts with local budgeting committees (Tim Anggaran) and APBD Analysis Teams (Tim Penilaian APBD).



Continue and intensify efforts to strengthen the knowledge and skills of selected provincial partners on MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting. This includes, but is not limited to PCC and BRI Subcommittee members.

What innovation development activities – that is development of knowledge products, procedures, smart practices, regulations, etc. need to be developed, piloted and finalized to support achievement of Outcome 200?  Strengthening of Ditjen KEUDA/MOHA and provincial agencies’ ability and framework to review

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The possibility of extending any of BASICS project activities to provinces outside of North and Southeast Sulawesi is something that will need to be explored further with DFATD and with the Ministry of Home Affairs. 13 As an example, an “integrated package” might include technical assistance to support: 1) preparation of MSS-based databases; 2) application of MSS-based health and education services unit cost calculation instruments; 3) preparation of perda and/or SK to provide a legal mandate for MSS-based planning and budgeting; and 4) Special Province-level Allocation Fund to Support MSS/MDG Achievement.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 210

210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for genderequitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

and analyze APBD from an MDG/MSS/Gender-responsive perspective. 

Work with MOHA (OTDA, FKDHL, Diklat) and Ministry of Health (including Diklat Kemkes) to promote the “packaging”, promotion and replication of the BASICS MSS Health Package (MSS Database/MSS Costing Instrument/Special Allocation Fund/Legal Umbrella).



Collaboration with FKDHL/OTDA and Diklat/MOHA to prepare, test and finalize a Manual for DPRDs to Support Analysis of the Local Government Performance Report (LKPJ).



Collaboration with UPD1 and UPD2/OTDA of MOHA to prepare a template for local regulation (SK or peraturan bupati/walikota) to establish incremental Health and Education MSS targets.



Work with MOHA, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education and Culture partners to support the development of Guidelines for the Evaluation and Reporting of Achievement of Education and Health MSS.



Collaborate with UPD1/OTDA of MOHA and the Ministry of Education and Culture to identify minimum service standards for education suitable for highly dispersed, sparsely populated island districts.



Strengthen capacity of provincial agencies to supervise local government performance in achieving mandatory health and education services.



Documentation, replication and dissemination (emphasis in 2014) of smart practices and lessons learned from BRI activities for further promotion and replication including practices which will directly support achievement of the North Sulawesi Special Allocation Fund for Achievement of Health-related MDGs and MSS, and in Southeast Sulawesi, the provincial BAHTERAMAS program.



Technical assistance to North and Southeast Sulawesi provincial governments to support establishment and use of spatial data for health (Minut model) and education (Baubau model) for promotion of MDG/MSS planning and monitoring purposes.



Technical assistance to North and Southeast Sulawesi provincial governments to support integration of existing public information/data systems for health (North Sulawesi and Kabupaten Minut) and education (North Sulawesi and Kabupaten Sangihe, South Sulawesi and Kota Baubau) to support better coordinated planning and monitoring of MDG/MSS achievement.



In collaboration with national-level partners, including MOHA and the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment, completion of the guide or technical manual supporting gender-responsive MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting.



In collaboration with other donor partners and the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, provide technical input and advice to increase attention to gender-responsive budgeting in MOHA’s annual circular letter (surat edaran) or law (permendagri) stipulating requirements for future APBD preparation.



In collaboration with provincial partners, undertake advocacy efforts to support the preparation of regulations and implementation guidelines for MDG/MSS/gender-responsive planning and budgeting in a small number of selected districts/cities.



Coordination, technical assistance, monitoring and evaluation of BRI activities in collaboration with provincial technical team and MOHA representatives, and in doing so identify smart/best practices and collaborative efforts to document, fine-tune and promote most-promising innovations with provincial agencies including Diklat Propinsi.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 210

210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for genderequitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

Key knowledge products will be developed with key stakeholders in Province and National to develop related district/city health and education through MSS application in order to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability. The products produced by 2013 will be replicated and disseminated throughout the two provinces of North and SE Sulawesi as well as through the national ministries  Promote the Model BRI management practices and learning as a strategy and accelerate the achievement of MSS and MDGs. Those procedures, practices, SOPs, regulations etc that have been developed will be replicated in new districts/cities and provinces and additional ones will be developed with key stakeholders in Province/National to develop related district/city health and education through MSS application in order to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability    

Guide and Instrument to Support Accurate Costing for Selected MSS-based Health Services. Guide to Preparing the Local Gender Equality Action Plan (Rencana Aksi Gender) Guide explaining the interphase of MDG Goals and related MSS Programs and Indicators. Assist in drafting an annual draft Provincial Government Circular letters (Surat Edaran Gubernur) which provides guidelines to ensure that APBD are based on and support MDG/MSS-based programming.

What advocacy/promotional efforts must be undertaken to assure that innovations are tested, disseminated and adopted or institutionalized by parties assuming responsibility for sustainable achievement of Outcome 200? What key advocacy, promotional and “social marketing” efforts will be required? 

Continue to liaise with the Directorate General for Women and Children’s Health, MOH to develop, finalize and disseminate and/or replicate smart practices and useful innovations to accelerate achievement of selected health MSS.



Collaborate with Minister of Health’s Senior Advisor on Health Financing and Community Empowerment to solidify the BKKKes special allocation funding mechanism in North Sulawesi and explore opportunities to provide technical support to promote replication of the mechanism in other parts of Indonesia.



Work closely with MOHA and the Ministry of Education and Culture’s Basic Education directorate to prepare a revised set of selected MSS indicators more suitable to isolated, sparsely populated island districts.



Increase level of interaction and synergistic collaboration with MOHA, MOH, MOE&C and MOF to enhance the quality and sustainability of knowledge management products and related innovations and smart practices.



As part of the project’s Knowledge Management Strategy, explore opportunities to collaborate with Badan Pendidikan dan Latihan/Kemendagri (Diklat) and or Lembaga Administrasi Negara (LAN) to develop, refine and adopt selected knowledge products (guides, training modules).

Key Partner Organizations and Stakeholders to work with: Which are the particular stakeholders and organizations who can benefit from, sustain and expand the gains of the initiative?

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 210

210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for genderequitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.



National level: MOHA, MOH, MOE&C, MWE&C, MWE&CP, Diklat, LAN, KINERJA-USAID, AusAID-AIPD, AusAID-CCESS



Provincial level: Health, Education, BAPPEDA, Birortala, Women’s Empowerment, DPRD (Province), Diklat

Organization(s) or Groups that will be assuming responsibility:  Which particular unit(s), line agencies, organization(s), group(s) or individuals will assume responsibility for achieving various aspects of Outcome 200? National level:  Kemendagri: Coordinator/ Disseminator through ratification into Kemendagri law products on good practice/approach/process of APBD district/city design review, and district/city health and education through MSS application in order to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;  Kemenkes: Reviewer/Disseminator through ratification into Kemenkes law products on the substance of good health practice/approach/MSS health implementation process to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;  Kemendikbud: Reviewer/ Disseminator through ratification into Kemendikbud law products on the substance of good education practice/approach/MSS health implementation process to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;  Badan Diklat (Kemendagri, Kemenkes, Kemendikbud): Disseminator through ratification into training materials on good practices/approaches/process of draft APBD District/city and MSS health and education implementation to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability; Provincial level: 

Provincial Health Department: Reviewer/Disseminator through ratification into Provincial Health Department law products on the substance of good health practice/approach/MSS health implementation process to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;



Provincial Education Department: Reviewer/Disseminator through ratification into Provincial Education Department law products on the substance of good education practice/approach/MSS health implementation process to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;



BAPPEDA Province: Coordinator/Disseminator through ratification into BAPPEDA Province law products on good practices/approaches/process of draft APBD District/city and MSS health and education implementation to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;



Biro Ortala: Coordinator/ Disseminator through ratification into Provincial Government law products on good practices/approaches/process of draft APBD District/city and MSS health and education implementation to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;



Badan Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Perlindungan Anak (BPPPA) Province: Reviewer/ Disseminator through ratification into BPPPA province law products on the substance of gender equity on good practices/ approaches/process MSS health and education implementation to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;



Badan Diklat Province: Disseminator through ratification into training materials on good practices/ approaches/process of draft APBD District/city and MSS health and education implementation to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSSbased social service provision

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 210

210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for genderequitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision.

Other important considerations: 

BASICS need concrete efforts to invite Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and MOHA at least one time in one fiscal year to visit districts/cities and provincial partners to provide constructive suggestions on good practices/procedures/approaches which are being/have been developed by BASICS in order to implement MSS health and education to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;



Needs a strong effort directed towards officers of the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and MOHA to be invited to the BASICS areas of activities to meet BASICS partners. This is suggested because these officers will be listed as “REVIEWERS” of documents of good practices/process/approaches in order to implement MSS health and education to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability;



The officers targeted should be pursued as “MARKETERS (sales force)” to the national scope of the documents/good practices/process/approaches in order to implement MSS health and education to achieve MDGs, gender equity and environmental sustainability. The purpose of the “Marketer” is to become a resource person in events such as training/workshop, etc.

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3 RESULTS-BASED ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR 2014 3.1 Introduction This section provides a summary of quantitative and qualitative results to date and describes the 200 and 400 (Project Management) activity packages and related sub-activities proposed for 2014. As noted earlier in this work plan, all technical activities during the extension phase of the project (2014-2015) will be implemented in collaboration with province- and/or national-level partners. For this reason, all AWP 2014 technical activities have been planned under the 200 work package series. However, to provide context for 2014 project interventions, and since achievement of planned 100 and 300 work package outcomes (which aim to increase capacity of district/city and civil society stakeholders respectively) remain valid until the project end-date, brief summaries of key outcome-level results achieved with district/city and civil society stakeholders are presented. These results summaries, along with the brief results summaries presented for the 200 work series provide context regarding the continuity and rationale behind the series of capacity development activities proposed for province- and national-level partners in 2014. This should provide readers with a better idea of the momentum of the project and the incremental steps being taken to enhance MDG/MSS/gender-equitable planning and budgeting of social services. Detailed information regarding the status of achievement of respective targeted results (outcome and output levels) may be found in the Semi Annual Progress Report for the period 01 January – 30 June 2013), or in the Annual Progress Report for 2013, which should be available by late February 2014. The series of activity packages and related sub-activities proposed for 2014 have been carefully designed in collaboration with key project stakeholders to support achievement of the Immediate Outcomes and Intermediate Outcomes outlined in the project Logic Model. As in previous annual work plans, the numbering system follows the Logic Model numbering system. A summary of planned capacity development activities and timelines may be found in the Gantt chart in Section 5.0. Strategies to address cross-cutting technical themes and considerations such as Gender Equality (GE), Knowledge Management, Engagement with National Partners, Anti-Corruption and Accountability, Good Environmental Management (EM), and Outcome-Level Sustainability Strategies were presented earlier in Section 2. These themes and related strategies have been carefully considered and incorporated into 200 series activities and sub-activities as appropriate and to the extent practicable.

3.2 Priorities and Approaches Guiding the AWP 2014 In line with the emphases approved in the BASICS Extension Proposal, the AWP 2014 project strategies and activities have been designed to help:  refine, share and replicate successful innovations and smart practices;  enhance sustainability of results via institutionalization of successful innovations, procedures, results, training materials;  increase overall impact and reach; and  increase value (cumulative results) for investment. Accordingly, the following principles will guide technical activities during 2014: •

increased role of Provincial partners in providing technical assistance, coaching and supervision to help districts/cities apply various smart practices and innovations to help accelerate achievement of health and basic education MSS;

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Increased collaboration with MOHA, MOH, MOE&C and other national partners to support replication and institutionalization of practices and innovations proven help accelerate application of MSS frameworks;



Increased collaboration with various Diklats to help institutionalize training modules to facilitate MSS/MDG/gender-equitable planning, budgeting and service provision;



Intensive technical assistance to be provided to four newly-selected districts only with other districts/cities encouraged to budget for application of smart practices and innovations and to request supporting technical assistance and coaching from provincial partners; and



Extension and consolidation of selected tools, guidelines and policy-related initiatives inputs being developed with national partners to help strengthen MSS application frameworks and accelerate gender-equitable, MSS-based planning and budgeting.

BASICS will continue to collaborate with MOHA to introduce a select number of BASICSgenerated smart practices in provinces other than North and Southeast Sulawesi. This is likely to include the Guidelines for Analysis of APBD by DPRDs, the Guide for Analysis of the LKPJ Report, application of unit-cost instruments and perhaps one or two more products. These activities will be designed and implemented to ensure that: - they are collaborative undertakings but are led by MOHA partners; - significant knowledge dissemination benefits are achieved at a moderate cost; and - they help to broaden the positive influence and profile of DFATD assistance in Indonesia.

3.3 Progress to Date and Activities Planned for 2014 3.3.1

Ultimate Outcome: Improved capacity of government and civil society to develop and implement policies, processes and systems for effective decentralized services.

Indicator # of new policies, procedures and reforms relevant to BASICS objectives approved, implemented.

Baseline None

Targets Established Project Year period 2014 42

10

Achievement Cumulative for Project Period 18

Progress Toward/Achievement of Planned Results: During the course of the BASICS project, significant progress has been achieved in developing policies, procedures and policy reform that support the planning and budgeting of the regional government to accelerate the achievement of gender responsive MSS/MDGs that have been developed, approved and implemented in 2 selected provinces and 10 districts/cities. The regulations and policy reform provide a legal basis for the regional government to implement a sustainable public service system even after the completion of the BASICS Project. This achievement serves as one of the platforms for the BASICS Project in preparing the work plan for 2014. It is focused to encourage further replication in other regional governments by enhancing the role of the provincial governments and the national government. A more detailed report on the progress of the achieved results shall be reported in the Annual Progress Report of 2013 which will be submitted Early 2014

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BASICS’ initiatives have facilitated 18 regional government policies, both in the district/city level and the provincial level. These eighteen policies are in the form of regional regulations (PerDa), decrees (SK) and regulation of the Head of the Region and have been enacted and implemented as follows: 

Regulation of the Governor of Southeast Sulawesi Province No. 57 of 2011 regarding Action Plan to Accelerate the Achievement of the Millenium Development Goals of Southeast Sulawesi Province of 2011 – 2015;



Regulation of the Governor of Southeast Sulawesi Province No. 6 of 2012 regarding Integrated Plans to Achieve MSS and Work Plan in Planning Documents of Southeast Sulawesi Province ;



Regulation of the Governor of North Sulawesi Province No. 16 of 2013 regarding Acceleration of Achieving the Goals of the MDGS and MSS in Health Sector in North Sulawesi Province of 2013 – 2015;



The Instruction of the Governor of Southeast Sulawesi Province No. 1 of 2010 regarding Application of MSS in the Line Agencies of the Government of Southeast Sulawesi Province;



Circular Letter of the Governor of Southeast Sulawesi No. 910, of 2012 regarding Acceleration of Gender Mainstreaming through PPRG applying the GAP (Gender Analysis Pathway) and GBS (Gender Budget Statement) of the Districts and Cities in Southeast Sulawesi;



Regulation of Wakatobi District No. 11 of 2013 regarding Basic Health Services in the Archipelagic Regions



Regulation of Wakatobi District No. 12 of 2013 regarding Education System on the Archipelagic Regions;



Regulation of North Minahasa District No. 13 of 2013 regarding Public Service in Health Sector;



Regulation of South Konawe District of 2013 regarding the Mandara Mendidoha Village programs;



Regulation of South Konawe District of 2013 Services and Organisation in South Konawe;



Regulation of The Head of Sitaro District No. 15 of 2013 regarding Guidelines for Installing and Placement of Midwives as Temporary Staff in Siau Tagulandang Biaro District



Regulation of the Mayor of Baubau City No. 011 of 2012 regarding Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Placement of Health Workers at Health Centers in Baubau city;



Regulation of the Mayor of Baubau City No. 012 of 2012 regarding the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Placement of Teachers and Education Staff in Baubau City;



Regulation of the Mayor of Baubau City No. 40 of 2011 regarding SOP of Collecting Data on Education in Baubau City;



Regulation of the Mayor of Baubau City No. 41 of 2011 regarding the SOP for Health Data Management System in Baubau City;



Regulation of the Head of Wakatobi District No. I of 2011 regarding SOP on Data System for SPM-based Health Services in Wakatobi District;

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Regulation of the Mayor of Bitung No. 4 of 2013 regarding General Guidelines for Prevention of School Drop-outs;



Regulation of The Head of Sangihe District No. 44 of 2013 regarding Reform of for Health Mother, Neo-Natal Babies and Children under Five years (KIBBLA) in Sangihe IsIands;

3.3.2

Intermediate Outcome 100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision

Indicator 100.1 # of districts/cities with plans and budgets that reflect MDG/MSS targets.

Baseline

Targets Established Project Year period 2014

Achievement Cumulative for Project Period

0

14

4

10

0

14

4

10

100.3 Perceptions of quality of health and education service provision

Poor to mediocre

80% of respondents are positive

Sufficiently good and gender sensitive

64% satisfied 12% very satisfied Gender sensitive (78%)

100.4 Percentage of selected MDG/MSS targets achieved.

0

80% of targets from BRI-SISs

25% for the 4 new districts

72%

100.2 # of districts/cities implementing plans and budgets that reflect MDG/MSS targets.

Progress Toward/Achievement of Planned Results: The Annual Work Plan for 2014 focuses primarily on the 200 series where BASICS will work with the provincial and national governments to replicate and disseminate the smart practices that BASICS has developed over the previous four years. However, as BASICS assists the Provincial Governments and the National Government in carrying out this replication and dissemination task to all of their districts/cities including the four new districts/cities chosen for testing the replication and dissemination skills of the provincial partners, some results will be accrued among district/city and civil society stakeholders. These results will be captured and reported in the 2014 Annual Progress Report. A review of the some key achievements to date for the 100 series work package includes the following:

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Selected Key Achievements To Date: MDG/MSS Targets Achievement:

 Maternal mortality rates have fallen in five out of 10 participating districts. [Note: The data in all 10 districts/cities has improved resulting more accurate reporting of mortality rates than originally recorded at project startup. The better, verified data is one reason for only 5 of 10 districts improvement in MDGs.]  Infant mortality rates have fallen in six participating districts.  Primary education enrolment rates have increased in seven districts and junior high school enrolment has increased in eight participating districts. Improved Planning and Budgeting Processes:

 Accurate, reliable up-to-date MDG/MSS-based Health and Education data in 10 districts/cities  MSS-based planning now well established and legally required in many participating districts/cities.  Application of unit cost calculation instrument for selected health MSS adopted as a standard tool required as basis for calculating health services budget for APBD submissions for all 15 districts/cities in the Province of North Sulawesi MUSRENBANG planning forum. In several regions, the DPRD has applied root-problem analysis and provided recommendations to improve health/education programs.  Local laws (perda) mandating MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting drafted and approved in two districts and under development in five more districts.  Key planning and budgeting documents in most districts/cities now incorporate specific MDG/MSS target indicators as program objectives.  Replication of MSS-based health data improvement program conducted by the Government of North Sulawesi in 10 districts/citiesusing the model developed with BASICS with funding from WHO.  All 10 participating districts/cities have successfully designed and implemented MDG/MSS-based Health and Education Service Improvement Strategies.  Increased budget allocated for programs for pregnant mothers in several participating districts/cities.  Increased budget allocation for Women’s Empowerment Agencies in the North Minahasa Districtinititated by the local parliament (DPRD), and deconcentration (DEKON) funds awarded to all 12 Southeast districts/cities based on outstanding gender mainstreaming work undertaken by BPPKB Sultra in collaboration with BASICS.

Ever since the project started, partner districts/cities have shown significant progress in developing and implementing the process of planning and budgeting for gender responsive health and education basic services to support the acceleration of achieving MSS/MDGs. Proof of the progress is the increased allocation of funds proposed by the regional governments, progress in achieving the MSS/MDGs indicators and recognition from several other parties among others including: 

Award from the Ministry of Home Affairs to the Government of Southeast Sulawesi Province for managing the programmes to support the acceleration of achieving MSS. The programme includes data processing, planning, budgeting, implementing, supervising, advocating and reporting on the programmes of the regional governments.



Recognition from the President of the Republic of Indonesia to the Governor of Southeast Sulawesi Province for the achievement in gender-responsive planning and budgeting. The Anugrah Parahita Ekapraya was awarded to the Government of Southeast Sulawesi for establishing the Gender Mainstreaming Institution (PUG), They incorporated the gender analysis in their planning and budgeting documents and issued a Circular Letter of the Governor that requires every Line Agency of the Province and District/City to apply the GAP (Gender Analysis Pathway) and GBS (Gender Budget Statement) in their planning and budgeting process. This process is a result from BASICS’ contribution in strengthening the capacity for drafting gender responsive planning and budgeting, the facilitation and institutionalisation of the PUG

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and the facilitation of the preparation of BRI SIS documents by applying GAP and GBS in their province. 

Acknowledgement from the Ministry for Developing Backward Regions through the National Team for Accelerating Poverty Elimination (TNP2K) to the Government of South Konawe District for their innovations developed in South Konawe District. The innovations developed by the local government were effective in curbing the maternal and infant mortality rates and reducing the number of school dropouts and in empowering the economy of the local community in 22 pilot project villages by enhancing the standards for health, education and economy of the village people. These innovations were incorporated in the Local Regulation and were implemented in all villages under the Desa Mandara Mandidoha Programme (Healthy, Smart and Prosperous Villages). This regional regulation provides a guarantee for the annual planning and budgeting documents to include these supporting programmes.



Ensured sustainability in implementing programmes to support the acceleration of achieving the MSS and MDGs facilitated by BASICS Project through regional government regulations. These regulations serve as the legal platform for the local government to allocate annual government budget in the proposed Regional State Budget for the BKKKes in North Sulawesi Province, to support the hiring of mid-wives in Sitaro District, to support the teachers under the Sangihe Teaching Programme in Sangihe, to support the retrieval of school dropouts in Bitung, to support the mandara mandidoha programme in South Konawe, and to manage the placement of teachers and health workers in Wakatobi as well as other programmes.



BASICS has contributed to the improvement of the quality of the basic education and health services under the BRI SIS which include: o

In North Minahasa, in 2013 there were 416 of the 642 school drop-outs that were retrieved and subsequently returned to formal schooling through the Sumikolah Programme (Back to School). For those school drop-outs that did not continue their formal schooling, the Sumikolah programme also facilitates these school dropouts to join the Community Learning Center (PKBM). This initiative is included in the Draft Regulation of the Head of the District and is directly led by the District Head.

o

The Kampo Waraka Initiative (Healthy Village) in North Buton District has significantly reduced the maternal mortality rate in 2013. This approach has become one of the District Head’s missions incorporated in the planning documents such as the RPJMD.

o

The Mandara Mandidoha initiatives implemented in 22 pilot project villages in South Konawe District have reduced the maternal and infant mortality rate in 2013. This programme has been backed up by a Regional Regulation and included in the Regional State Budget (APBD) of 2013.

o

The innovative recruitment system of hired teachers and midwives from local resources that was developed by the Sangihe and Sitaro Districts, was regarded as more effective and efficient than the system applied by the central government in assigning hired midwives and teachers as nonpermanent midwives (PTT) and SM-3T Teachers (Scholars teaching in remote areas). These teachers and midwives were assigned these positions on a temporary basis and were on a short-term basis in the remote areas of the islands. This innovation was institutionalized in the Regulation of the Head of the District and supported by the 2013 APBD.

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The Sub-District Team for Education Development (TPPK) that was formed in Bitung city has facilitated 80 school drop-outs to return to schooling in less than 4 months of their work. The team consisted of elements from the subdistrict and village officials who were appointed based on the decree of the Mayor of Bitung and supported by the 2013 APBD.

The improvement of the basic health and education service quality in the region was evident in several MSS/MDGs indicators as emphasized in the BRI SIS. The statistics from the regional government up to September 2013 shows a 72% improvement. A general view of the achievement is explained below:

Health (Health MDGs and MSS indicators) 

Maternal mortality in Southeast Sulawesi: the number of maternal mortality cases or maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births in five areas that applied to the BRI SIS declined. This means that, 100% progress was achieved compared to the rate in 2012 and before the implementation of the BRI SIS in 2010.



The infant mortality rate in Southeast Sulawesi: the number of infant mortality cases, or the mortality rate per 1000 live births, declined in all regions that applied the BRI SIS. Meaning that, 100% progress was achieved compared to the cases in the previous year of 2012.



Maternal mortality in North Sulawesi: the number of maternal mortality cases, or maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births, declined in one out five areas that applied the BRI SIS. Meaning that, 20% progress was achieved compared to 2012.



The infant mortality rate in North Sulawesi: the number of infant mortality cases, or the mortality rate per 1000 live births, declined in two out of five regions that applied the BRI SIS. Meaning that, 40% progress was achieved compared to the cases in 2012.



The progress in Health MSS indicators during 2013 cannot be compared to the data of the previous year or data from the beginning of the BRI SIS.

Education (MDGs and MSS indicators for basic education) 

Not all of the data of the MSS and MDGs that were the focus of the BRI SIS have been collected. The data is expected to be collected by the end of 2013 or in the beginning of the school year 2014. In general, the MSS and MDGs data in education that have been collected in 10 districts/cities, have increased 100% compared to the condition 2012

The details of the MSS and MDGs data that are the focus of the BRI SISs, are attached.

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3.3.3

Immediate Outcome 110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan and budget for MDG/MSS-based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner Indicators

Baseline

110.1 # of executive officials (m/f) with significantly increased knowledge/skills in planning and budgeting. 110.2 # of legislative members (m/f) with significantly increased knowledge/skills for review of plans and budgets.

0

0

Targets Established Project Year Period 2014

600 (350m, 250f)

300 (150m, 150f)

251 (176m, 75f)

51 (26m, 25f)

Achievement Cumulative For Project Period 3,971 (1,947m, 2024f)

223 (161m, 62f)

The project has generated numerous results which have been captured in detail in the annual workplans and annual and semi-annual reports prepared. A few of its key achievements to date are highlighted below. These results are built on important lessons the project has learned since its inception related to challenges facing regional governments in the effective and efficient delivery of health and education services based on sound local planning and budgeting. 3.3.4

Intermediate Outcome 200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision Indicators

200.1 # of District/City governments reporting that support & supervision from National and Provincial agencies has improved their plans and budgets. 200.2 a) Quality of support and supervision provided by national and provincial government counterparts.

Baseline

Targets Established Project Year Period 2014

Achievement Cumulative For Project Period

0

14

4

10

Mediocre

relevant 90%, timely 90%, consistent 90%, useful 90%

relevant 90%, timely 90%, consistent 90%, useful 90%

good, relevant, wellcommunicated, timely

None

16

8

15

Virtually none

7

2

0

200.3 a) Number of improved tools procedures or policies developed and implemented by provincial government agencies to support improved planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS/ gender responsive social service provision. 200.3 b) Number of tools, procedures or policies

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Indicators

Baseline

Targets Established Project Year Period 2014

Achievement Cumulative For Project Period

developed and implemented by national agencies to support improved planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS/Gender responsive social service provision.

3.3.5

Immediate Outcome 210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision Indicators

210.1 # of provincial and national counterparts (M/F) with increased knowledge/skills to support and supervise 210.2 Increased frequency of provincial technical assistance provided to the districts/cities to align health and education plans and budgets with MSS/ MDGs

Baseline

Targets Established Project Year Period 2014 Province 115 (88m,27f)

0

infrequent

National 40 (27m, 13f) frequency is increasing 100%, increase is significant 90%

Province 60 (48m,12f)

Achievement Cumulative For Project 14

166 (85m, 81f)

National 20 (15m, 5f) frequency is increasing 100%, increase is significant 90%

periodic, frequency increasing

Progress in Achieving Intermediate Outcome 200 and Immediate Outcome 210: BASICS has made steady progress in helping provincial and national government partners to provide improved support and supervision to district/city governments for more gender responsive MDG/MSS-based health and education service planning and budgeting. Progress is most apparent at the provincial level, but as the network of national-level partners has grown via formal and informal means, and BASICS national-level engagement efforts have accelerated, strong potential now exists at the national level as well. Among other results, the following advances have been made: Greatly improved support, TA and supervision provided by provincial partners: When BASICS began, in the wake of a decade of rapid-fire decentralization, the roles and incentives for provincial partners to provide TA and supervision to district/city government partners to facilitate achievement of MDGs and MSS were generally poorly understood and under-emphasized. The combination of: o regulatory reforms (e.g. PP 19/2010 and PP 23/2011); o the intensive work that BASICS undertook to encourage provincial partners of the important (and necessary) roles that provincial partners need to play to support successful achievement of MSS and MDGs objectives, with using the data as a basis for planning and budgeting process; and 14

Note that prior to November 2012, when the PMF was updated, the total number of province- and national-level counterparts with increased knowledge and skills was aggregated. The updated indicator for 210.1 (shown above) provides separate figures for province and national level. This disaggregated data will be reported in the forthcoming Annual Report for 2013.

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o the concrete “laboratory” that the BRI Health and Education Service Improvement Strategies provided. This has enabled the project to support provincial partners to provide much-needed technical guidance, coaching and monitoring assistance. This has enabled provincial partners in North Sulawesi to help test, refine then replicate several important tools, practices and instructions to help accelerate achievement of health- and education-related MSS and MDGs in “BASICS districts/cities” and the remaining 10 districts/cities in Sulut. Similarly, in Southeast Sulawesi, BASICS has provided important input and momentum to help the provincial government to issue several important regulations regarding MSS-based planning and budgeting, supported by application system that integrates education data between school units and the district/city Education agencies. The table below lists the Provincial Laws, and regulations that BASICS has influenced over the last four years (note: the titles will be translated into English for the final draft of the AWP). Provincial Laws Focused on MDGs and MSS of which BASICS influenced Sulawesi Utara  No. 28a tahun 2011 tentang rencana aksi daerah perepatan pencapaian target MDGs provinsi Sulawesi Utara, tahun 2011-2015  PerGub Sulut Nomor 22 Tahun 2010 tentang Kesehatan Ibu, Bayi Baru Lahir, Bayi dan Balita (KIBBLA).  Pergub. Sulut No. 16/2013 tentang Percepatan Pencapaian MDGs dan SPM Bidang Kesehatan  Pergub. Sulut No. 17/2013 tentang Sistem Kesehatan Rujukan Provinsi Sulawesi Utara  Juklak Percepatan pencapaian MDGs bidang kesehatan provinsi Sulut Sulawesi Tenggara  Instruksi Gubernur Nomor 1 Tahun 2010 Tanggal 1 April 2010 Tentang Penerapan Standar Pelayanan Minimal Pada Organisasi Perangkat Daerah Lingkup Pemerintah Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara  Peraturan Gubernur Nomor 577 Tahun 2011 tanggal 22 Desember 2011 tentang Rencana Aksi Daerah Percepatan Pencapaian Tujuan MDG’s Prov Sultra 2011 – 2015  Pergub Sultra Nomor 6 Tahun 2012, Tanggal 29 Januari 2012 Tentang Pengintegrasian Rencana Pencapaian Standar Pelayanan Minimal dan Rencana Kerja Dalam Dokumen Perencanaan Provinsi  Surat Edaran Gubernur Sulawesi Tenggara No.910/2083, tanggal 18 Juni 2012 tentang Percepatan PUG melalui PPRG dengan menggunakan GAP (Gender Analisis Pathway) dan GBS (Gender Budget Statement) untuk Kabupaten Kota  Surat Edaran Gubernur Sulawesi Tenggara No.910/2082, tanggal 18 Juni 2012 tentang Percepatan PUG melalui PPRG dengan menggunakan GAP (Gender Analisis Pathway) dan GBS (Gender Budget Statement) untuk Level Propinsi  Surat Keputusan Gubernur Sulawesi Tenggara Nomor 333 tahun 2012 tanggal 6 Agustus 2012, tentang Perubahan Atas Keputusan Gubernur Sultra No.34 Tahun 2010 tentang Pembentukan Tim Koordinasi Provinsi Proyek Peningkatan Pelayanan Dasar Melalui Pengembangan Kapasitas di Sulawesi (BASICS)  Surat Keputusan Kepala Bappeda Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara No.129 Tahun 2012 tanggal 30 Agustus 2012 tentang Perubahan Atas Keputusan Kepala Bappeda Provinsi Sultra Nomor 31 Tahun 2010 tentang Pembentukan Sub Komite Inisiatif Responsif BASICS Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara  Tata Cara Penyusunan Rencana Pencapaian Monitoring dan Evaluasi Serta Laporan Standar Pelayanan Minimum, yang dikeluarkan oleh Biro Ortala dan Kepegawaian Sekda Prov Sultra Maret 2011  Peraturan Gubernur Nomor 6 Tahun 2012, Tanggal 29 Januari 2012 Tentang Pengintegrasian Rencana Pencapaian SPM dan Rencana Kerja Dalam Dokumen Perencanaan Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara  Tata Cara Penyusunan Standar Operasional Prosedur (SOP) yang dikeluarkan oleh Biro Ortala dan Kepegawaian SKDP Prov Sultra Februari 2012  Draft Peraturan Gubernur Sulawesi Tenggara Nomor : ........ Tahun 2012 Tentang Pedoman Evaluasi Rancangan Peraturan Daerah Tentang APBD, Rancangan Peraturan Kepala Daerah Tentang Penjabaran APBD Dan Rancangan Peraturan Daerah Tentang Perubahan APBD, Rancangan Peraturan Kepala Daerah Tentang Penjabaran Perubahan APBD Kabupaten/Kota Berbasis Standar Pelayanan Minimal, Millennium Development Goals Dan Gender  Peraturan Daerah Provinsi Sultra No. ... Tahun 2013 Tentang Pengarustamaan Gender  (Sementara Pembahasan di DPRD Prov Sultra dan akan diparipurnakan pada tanggal 13 Des 2013)

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At the national level, concerted efforts to enhance engagement, cooperation and synergy with national-level partners has enabled the project to begin undertaking various joint efforts to support gender responsive, MSS-based planning and budgeting. Key progress includes:  Technical assistance to develop an instrument for evaluation MSS achievement and facilitation of various province-level and regional workshops focused on accelerating achievement of MSS frameworks.  Cooperation with MOHA to prepare and distribute 1,500 copies of two pocket books outlining smart practices and innovations generated by BASICS and its partners to accelerate achievement of health and basic education MSS. Over 500 districts and cities, and over a dozen provinces have received these publications.  Guide for Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting based on MSS: As part of the Loknas PPRG, BASICS prepared and distributed a draft version of a Guide for Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting based on MSS. BASICS also shared the Guide with several well-informed peer reviewers (MOHA, MOWE&CP, regional BAPPEDA Heads) requesting comments and suggestions to improve the document. BASICS expects to finalize and distribute the revised version by early March 2013.  Collaboration with MOHA and MOE&C to consider how some basic education MSS indicators could be refined to better suit the geographic circumstance faced by many isolated, island districts. These efforts have the potential to positively influence planning, budgeting and ultimately achievement of basic education MSS. Output 211: TA provided to strengthen provincial MSS data management and monitoring Indicators

211.1a) Number of Provincial agencies receiving TA 211.1b) Number of National Partners receiving TA 211.2a) Provincial Partner Perceptions of quality of TA provided 211.2b) National Partner Perceptions of quality of TA provided

Activity 211: monitoring

Baseline

Targets Established Project Year Period 2014

8

Achievement Cumulative For the Project Period

0

23

0

200 (120m, 80f)

None previously

Positive 100%, relevant 100%, appropriate 100%, gender-sensitive 100%

Positive 100%, relevant 100%, appropriate 100%, gender-sensitive 100%

Positive 100%, relevant 100%, appropriate 100 gender-sensitive 100%

None previously

Positive 90%, adequate to good delivery 95%, relevant 90%, applicable90%, gender-sensitive 100%

Positive 90%, adequate to good delivery 95%, relevant 90%, applicable90%, gender-sensitive 100%

Positive 83% adequate to good delivery 92%, relevant 83%, applicable75%, gender-sensitive 83%

100 (60m, 40f)

31 105 65m, 40f

Provide TA to strengthen provincial MSS data management and

Sub-activities planned for 2014:

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211.1a.1 Technical Assistance on use of GIS for Provincial Government on public services networking information systems of health and education in order to strengthen public services in districts based on MSS and the MDGs The Google Earth Smart Practice of using this technology as a tool to inform decision makers of the current status of MDGs and MSS in their jurisdictions has proven to be effective in capturing and conveying to decision makers both the status of the services in their jurisdiction as well as pointing to some of the ways of addressing the problems associated with the lower levels of service. The information can be presented in tables and text but the use of this Google Earth Spatial tool brings the points across in a way that is quickly and easily absorbed by the decision maker. The Google Earth Smart Practice brings the decision maker directly to villages where they can immediately identify with the need for additional funds or legislation. It has been used in presentations with both provincial executive and legislative decision makers as well as the general public. The health department in every district/city in North Sulawesi has been trained in how to compile and present their MSS information using the Google Earth software. Several districts/cities in SE Sulawesi have used Google Earth to capture data related to school dropouts and as a result address related MSS issues. This training has strengthened the understanding of the need for service provision improvement and influenced their allocation of resources to the MSS presented. As an example of its effectiveness, the North Sulawesi provincial legislators were convinced by the Google Earth presentation that the special allocation funds (BKKKes) from the provinces to the health facilities in the districts/cities should proceed in 2014. The Google Earth Smart Practice continue to be used in 2014 to begin the process of MSS awareness building at the National, Provincial and district level (for the four districts chosen for replication and dissemination of smart practices). The specific activities are as follows: 1.

Prepare a National Google Earth Presentation on MDGs and MSS using National Data Sources in Health A Google Earth presentation will be prepared using the national statistics on health and presented to in Jakarta to the Ministry of Health. It will also be used in other presentations as identified through the year. The presentation will be prepared early in the year to facilitate this wider and more frequent use.

2.

Prepare a National Google Earth Presentation on MDGs and MSS using National Data sources in Education A Google Earth presentation will be prepared using the national statistics on Education MSS and presented to in Jakarta to the department of Education. It will also be used in other presentations as identified throughout the year. The presentation will be prepared early in the year to facilitate this wider and more frequent use.

3.

Technical Assistance for integration of the public service information system for health and education in the two districts selected in each of Sulut and Sultra A Google Earth presentation will be prepared in each of the health and education sectors in each of the 4 districts chosen for replication and dissemination in 2014. These presentations will be prepared and presented in the early part of 2014 to set

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the stage for the further design of the program, for selection of villages and for the identification of some of the BRI activities to take place in 2014. 4.

Technical Assistance for integration of the public service information system for health and education at the Provincial level A Google Earth presentation will be prepared for the entire province of both North and SE Sulawesi addressing both health and education MSS. These presentations will also be prepared early in 2014 and used in province wide meetings where the smart practices of BASICS will be presented to this wide audience in an effort to encourage replication and dissemination of the smart practices.

211.1a.2 Replication of Database Application and Regional Education Information Application by Southeast Sulawesi Government During early Q2, BASICS will work with the Ministry of Education and Culture and MOHA (UPD1, BANGDA, Tata Ruang (Spatial Planning)) to hold a regional workshop in Kendari which will focus on developing an MSS-based basic education database and information system. Subsequently, a series of technical coordination meetings will be held in Kendari and Manado to orient district/city governments to the database/information system to facilitate replication at the district/city levels. 211.1a.3 Replication of Database Application and Regional Health Information Application by North Sulawesi Province This initiative, which will be led by the North Sulawesi Health Agency, will provide technical support to districts/cities interested in replicating the health database application developed by the project. It will also link district/city databases to the provincial Health agency’s provincial data centre, the Balai Data Kesehatan Propinsi Sulut. Activities will be undertaken in cooperation with MOHA, MOH, the North Sulawesi Regional Hospital (RSUD) and BAPPEDA Sulut. BASICS will provide technical assistance to support implementation of key steps in this process which will include the following:    

a workshop to orient district/city partners to the health database application and the national Health Education Information System (Sistem Informasi Kesehatan, or SIK); technical meetings with provincial partners to plan for the delivery of technical assistance for districts/cities interested (and financially capable of) replicating the health database application; cooperation with the Provincial Technical Support Team to provide TA and advice to districts/cities; and technical assistance for provincial Health Agency partners to link district/city health databases with the province’s Balai Data Kesehatan.

211.1b.1 Strengthening of MSS Monitoring and Evaluation Database at MOHA During 2013, BASICS supported MOHA’s efforts to monitor and evaluate district/city-level achievement of MSS by providing technical advice and input to help develop the M&E instrument, and helping facilitate three regional workshops and several province-level workshops to help evaluate MSS achievement15. In recent months, BASICS has also provided input and support to assist MOHA in developing six training modules to support application of MSS application and monitoring. In order to strengthen MOHA’s MSS 15

For all 15 sectors for which MSS exist, with BASICS providing technical advice and input to strengthen M&E of the health and basic education sectors in particular.

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monitoring and evaluation database BASICS will support a series of meeting and the hiring of consultants from BPPT (Badan Pengkajian Penerapan Teknologi, or the Agency for Study and Application of Technology) to strengthen the existing database system. The data generated database strengthened by the BPPT team will be presented in a national-level data validation workshop in Jakarta with the data used to support the development of a MSS planning-budgeting being developed by the UPD2 Directorate within MOHA. This will enable MOHA to better monitor and evaluation achievement of MSS in 15 sectors across all districts, cities and provinces in the country.

Output 212: TA provided to strengthen capacity of provincial and national governments to disseminate regulations and policies related to MSSbased planning, budgeting and provision of health and education services Indicators 212.1 a) Number of provincial government agencies receiving TA 212.1 b) Number of national government agencies receiving TA 212.2a Provincial partners’ perception of 16 quality of TA 212.2b National partners’ perception of quality of TA

Baseline

Targets Established Project Year Period 2014

Achievement Cumulative For Project Period

0

16

16

18

0

10

10

14

positive 95%, relevant 100%, timely 90%, gender sensitive 100%

Positive 100% Relevant 90%, timely 100%, gender sensitive 100%

Positive 90%, adequate to good delivery 90%, relevant 90%, applicable 85%, gender-sensitive 100%

Positive 100% Relevant just adequate 100%, timely just adequate 100%, gender sensitive 100%

None previously

None previously

positive 95%, relevant 100%, timely 90%, gender sensitive 100% Positive 90%, adequate to good delivery 90%, relevant 90%, applicable 85%, gender-sensitive 100%

Sub-activities to support achievement of Output 212: 212.1a.1 Strengthening the Southeast Sulawesi Provincial Government in coaching the implementation of gender responsive planning and budgeting as follow up support to Southeast Sulawesi PERDA Preparation This initiative will begin with an assessment of the status of the Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting (PPRG) Technical Team. If the mandated Team has already been formed, BASICS will immediately begin work with Team members – particularly members of the provincial Gender Working Group (Pokja), BAPPEDA, BPPKB, Inspectorate and Finance Bureau – and Health and Education agency representatives to assess the capacity development needs of the PPRG Team. If the PPRG Team has not yet been formed, BASICS will work with Pokja and other representatives to advocate for the rapid formation of the Team. Early in Q2, BASICS will provide three days of technical training and coaching for PPRG Team members to better enable them to promote and support the implementation of the Gender Mainstreaming Law (Perda PUG), promulgated by the Southeast Sulawesi Government in December 2013. 16

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212.1a.2 Technical Assistance to support the North Sulawesi Health Agency in the preparation of Perda for the Special Fund to Accelerate Health MSS and MDGs (BKKKes) In order to ensure the long-term sustainability of the special allocation fund (BKKKes) established by the North Sulawesi Provincial Government to accelerate achievement of health-related MSS and MDGs, the current governor’s regulation (pergub) should be strengthened with a provincial law, or perda propinsi. This will provide a more robust and enduring legal umbrella for implementing the BKKKes and greatly facilitate budgeting for the special allocation fund. Due to the heavy workload shouldered by the Provincial Legislature (DPRD during Q1 of 2014 prior to the DPRD member elections in early April 2014, the Provincial DPRD will not have sufficient time or human resources to prepare a health-servies focussed perda to encompass the BKKKes. For this reason, the provincial health agency (Dinas Kesehatan) will initiate and coordinate the perda preparation process. BASICs will provide technical support and limited financial support to facilitate the preparation of the perda. Spefically, BASICS will:  work with Provincial Health Agency to form a perda preparation team;  provide technical assistance and advice to the service provider hired by the Health Agency to prepare the required “academic paper” (naskah akademis);  facilitate a multistakeholder discussion of the draft academic paper;  help facilitate the public consultation process;  help facilitate consultations with MOHA, MOH and the Ministry of Human Rights and Laws to ensure that the perda is technically and legally sound; and  provide comments to support the final editing of the perda before it is put forth for formal approval by the Provincial DPRD. 212.1a.3

Assistance on Preparation of North Sulawesi PERDA Education Services

In response to a request from the North Sulawesi Education Agency, BASICS will provide technical assistance to support the preparation of a provincial perda regarding provision of basic education services. This perda will be developed at the initiative of the provincial education agency, then passed on to the provincial DPRD for review and approval. The types of technical and facilitation provided by BASICS will include:      

working with provincial Education Agency officers to form a perda preparation team; provide technical assistance and advice to the service provider hired by the Education Agency to prepare the required “academic paper” (naskah akademis); facilitate a multistakeholder discussion of the draft academic paper; help facilitate the public consultation process; help facilitate consultations with MOHA, MOE&C and the Ministry of Human Rights and Laws to ensure that the perda is technically and legally sound; and provide comments to support the final editing of the perda before it is put forth for formal approval by the DPRD.

212.1b.1 Formulation of the ASB based Health MSS with the Ministry of Health together with MoHA (KEUDA, UPD1, UPD2) and the Ministry of Finance This activity, which focuses on a tool for calculation of unit cost of selected health services, will result in the preparation of a Guide for Preparing Analysis of Special Expenditure Standards (ASB Khusus) for Selected Health Minimum Service Standards. Standard costs may be included in a forthcoming Permenkes. Work is presently under way with national and provincial partners. Expected completion date is Q2 of 2014.

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212.1b.2 Formulation of the ASB based Education MSS with the Ministry of Education and Culture together with MoHA (KEUDA, UPD1, UPD2) and the Ministry of Finance This activity, which focuses on a tool for calculation of unit cost of all basic education services, will result in the preparation of a Guide for Preparing Analysis of Special Expenditure Standards (ASB Khusus) for Basic Education Minimum Service Standards. Standard costs may be included in a forthcoming Permendikbud. Work is presently under way with national and provincial partners. Expected completion date is Q2 of 2014. 212.1b.3 Technical Assistance of MSS integration formulation in the District Planning and Budgeting document as regulation and national policy input with Kemendagri This initiative aims to prepare a practical guide on How to Integrate MSS into Annual and Multi-Year Local Government Planning and Budgeting Documents. BASICS will work with OTDA, BANGDA and KEUDA of MOHA. 212.1b.4 Documentation of Gender Issues in Education and Health Sectors in BASICS working Areas as Advocacy Materials/inputs for RPJMN (20142019) Background. This activity will be led by the BASICS Gender Advisor in collaboration with North and Southeast Sulawesi provincial partners. The initiative will produce a set of key findings and recommendations regarding gender issues in planning, budgeting and provision of health and basic education services as input for the National Five-Year Plan (2014-2019) preparation exercise which is being led by BAPPENAS. Key steps in this initiative will include:    

facilitation of workshops in Kendari and Manado to prepare the data collection instruments; data collection and preparation of a joint report by the provincial teams; facilitation of a workshop to discuss and finalize findings; and policy paper dissemination and advocacy efforts with BAPPENAS, MOHA, MOH, MOE&C and any other relevant ministries.

212.1b.5 Advocacy with KPP and PA, PATTIRO and The Asian Foundation for increased emphasis on the Gender Responsive MSS in revision of Permendagri 13/2006. JOHJOJ This activity will produce a policy paper providing analysis and recommendations to advocate for increased emphasis on gender-responsive planning and budgeting in the proposed revisions to Permendagri 13/2006 (regarding local development finance). The policy paper will be prepared by a team of senior gender advisors in collaboration with the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment, The Asia Foundation and PATTIRO. The team of advisors will ideally comprise an internationally-recognized expert on gender-responsive planning and budgeting, BASICS’s Canadian Gender Expert, and the BASICS Indonesian Gender Advisor. Key steps in the process will include:  

preparation of a policy brief with recommendations for revisions to Permendagri 13/2006; facilitation of a forum with national and provincial stakeholders to discuss proposed recommendations for the revisions;

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 

facilitation of a public discussion of proposed revisions to Permendagri 13/2006with selected national stakeholders; and advocacy efforts with MOHA’s Directorate General for Local Government Finance (KEUDA/MOHA) to promote recommendations agreed in the policy brief.

212.1b.6 In cooperation with FKDH/OTDA, support the preparation of a practical guide to the LKPJ analysis This activity is being led by FKDH/MOHA, with BASICS providing technical assistance and facilitation assistance. The preparation of the PedomanAnalisis Laporan Keterangan Pertanggungjawaban (or Guide to Analyzing the Local Government’s Implementation of the Local Development Plan and Budget) process was commenced by FKDH/MOHA during 2013 with BASICS providing TA support. The process will continue during 2014 and will include the following key steps:   

collaboration with FKDH to complete the draft of the Guide; pilot-testing of the draft Guide in selected jurisdictions (to be identified by MOHA) finalization and dissemination of the Guide.

212.1b.7 Supporting Revisions to MOHA’s Regulation on Evaluation of Local Government Performance In response to a request from MOHA’s Directorate of Local Government Capacity Building and Evaluation of Local Government Performance (PKEKD/OTDA), BASICS will provide technical input and advice to support MOHA to prepare a revised version of Permendagri 73/200917, which will outline how local governments should prepare the Laporan Penyelenggaraan Pemerintahan Daerah, or Local Government Implementation Report). To date, only districts/cities working with BASICS have provided data on program expenditures based on MSS. BASICS is currently working with both the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education and Culture to analyze standard programming costs (Analisis Standar Belanja, or ASB). Revisions to the guidelines for preparation of the law will include emphasis on MSS-based program costs with particular attention to the application of ASB program budgeting tools. Technical assistance and advice provided by BASICS will mainly be provided in the form of sharing information and technical details regarding ASB for health and basic education services. A small number of information sharing and coordination meetings related to the revisions to Permendagri 73 will also be supported by the project.

212.1b.8 Technical Support to Map Authority and Responsibilities for Policy and Program Formulation in the Health Sector At the request of MOHA’s Directorate for Local Government Affairs (II), BASICS will provide technical support to facilitate revision of Government of Indonesia Law 38/2007 or Division of Government Affairs between the Central Government, Provincial Government and District/City Governments (Pembagian Urusan Pemerintahan Antara Pemerintah, Pemerintahan Daerah Propinsi, dan Pemerintahan Daerah Kabupaten/Kota)18. BASICS will 17

Permendagri 73/2009 Tatacara Pelaksanaan Evaluasi Kinerja Penyelenggaraan Pemerintahan Daerah, or Procedures for Evaluating Performance of Local Government Organizations) 18

Due to the forthcoming approval of the revised version of Law 32/200 regarding Local Governance (UndangUndang 32/2004) a number of related, supporting laws and regulations will need to be updated as quickly as possible. Accordingly, MOHA’s UPD2/OTDA Directorate has been tasked with preparing a revised version of PP 38/2007 outlining division of government affairs and responsibilities between central, provincial and district/city governments.

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support the hiring of one Governance Expert and two Health Sector Experts to undertake a mapping of authority and responsibilities for formulation of policies and programs to help accelerate health sector Minimum Service Standards. The project will also support and facilitate a series of four meetings between MOHA, MOH and regional stakeholders to facilitate the authority/responsibility mapping process. This initiative will better enable MOHA and the Ministry of Health to identify and coordinate division of authority and responsibilities for health policies and program formulation in line with the revised version of UU 32/2004. Output 213: TA provided to provincial and national government to promote innovation to support implementation of the MSS-based service provision Indicators

213.1a) Effectiveness of TA provided to provincial partners.

None previously

213.1b) Effectiveness of TA provided to national partners.

None previously

213.2 a) # of provincial (M/F) counterparts receiving TA to support MSS-based service provision. 213.2b # of National (M/F) counterparts receiving TA to support MSS-based service provision

Targets Established Project Year Period 2014

Baseline

Achievement Cumulative For Project Period

Relevant100%, applicable 100%, timely 75%, gender sensitive 100% relevant 90%, applicable 90%, timely 75%, gender sensitive 100%

Relevant100%, applicable 100%, timely 75%, gender sensitive 100% relevant 90%, applicable 90%, timely 75%, gender sensitive 100%

Applicable 100%, Relevant 93%, timely 51%, gender sensitive 100% Relevant, appropriate, gender sensitive at provincial level

220 (140m, 80f)

100 (80m, 20f)

728 (402m, 326f)

50 (35m, 15f)

20 (15m, 5f)

109 (67m, 42f)

120 (90m, 30f) Provincelevel 30 (20m, 10f) Nationallevel

Progress in Achieving this Output: The provincial government through the BRI Sub Committee played an important role in supporting the process of the 2013 BRI planning, monitoring, technical assistance and the dissemination of the results in 10 districts/cities. Some of the major achievements through the support of the provincial governments, among others, are: 

BRI Sub Committee provided support and input for the planning of 117 activities in Southeast Sulawesi and 82 activities in North Sulawesi in 2013. Until October 2013, 82% of the BRI activities in Southeast Sulawesi were completed and 78% of activities in North Sulawesi.



The BRI Sub Committee for North Sulawesi facilitated all districts/cities in proposing a work plan supported by the special assistance (BKKKes) for the health sector that will be provided by the provincial government starting in 2014. The format, mechanism and lessons learned were copied from the BRI implementation documents.



The BRI Sub Committee for Southeast Sulawesi developed the concepts and lessons from BRI and merged them into one programme of the provincial government known as the smart healthy village concept. This concept was then incorporated into the RPJMD document of the Southeast Sulawesi government and

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included in the Strategic Plan of the Education Agency and Health Agency of the Southeast Sulawesi province for the period of 2013-2018. 

BRI Sub Committee provided technical assistance to optimize the results and lessons from BRI managed by the local government, including: technical assistance in drafting the policies to support the developed innovations and the technical assistance in capacity building in (education and health),



Both provincial governments disseminated the results and the lessons learned from the local government to other stakeholders, by sharing the lessons learned through meetings with other AusAID supported projects and various related ministries.

To facilitate the 2014 AWP, the BRI Sub Committee in each province will be replaced by a Provincial Technical Assistance Teams (referred to as TBTP in Indonesia)The Provincial Technical Assistance Teams will very work more intensively in close collaboration with BASICS Team members and will have a broader mandate than the BRI Sub Committees. Key roles and tasks will include: 

providing assistance in collecting baseline data related to achievement of health and basic education MSS and MDGs and other relevant information including GIS data for use in orientation sessions with executive and legislative stakeholders;



working with district partners to develop the district-level BRI work plans for 2014, including identification of options for synergy and complimentarity with key national, provincial and district programs such as PNPM, Bahteramas, Desa Siaga Cerdas, BKKKes and Desa Gembira.



providing technical advice and guidance to support the implementation of district BRI work plans including show-casing of smart practices generated by BASICS and USAID-KINERJA as options to help accelerate MSS achievement; and



coordinate monitoring and evaluation of BRI work plan implementation.

In addition, and unlike in previous years, the Provincial Technical Assistance Teams will also be mandated to provide technical assistance and advice to support implementation of BASICS Component 1 capacity development activities, and to the extent practicable, respond to requests from other districts/cities (both former BASICS districts/cities and other districts/cities) interested in funding and implementing smart practices and innovations to accelerate MSS and MDG activity. This role, will directly support the Provincial Government’s expanded authority and role as per PP 23/2011 and proposed revisions to Undang-Undang 32/2004 regarding Local Governance. As with the former BRI Sub Committees, each Provincial Technical Assistance Team will report to the BASICS Provincial Coordinating Committee. In order to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of BRI fund utilization, and to provide concrete examples of how the effectiveness of existing national, provincial and district programs can be significantly increased, the BASICS and Provincial Technical Assistance Teams will actively seek opportunities to “dove-tail” and complement (but not overlap) existing programs such as: 

the nationally-mandated National Community Empowerment Program (PNPM);



the Province of Southeast Sulawesi’s Bahteramas and Desa Siaga Cerdas program;



the Province of North Sulawesi’s BKKKes special allocation fund to accelerate achievement of health MSS and MDGs; and

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Kabupaten Bombana’s Desa Gembira program.

Ideally, BRI 2014 funds and efforts should be used to “add value to and catalyze” implementation of existing government programs by offering smart practice and innovation packages (complete with accompanying technical assistance) which have proven effective for improving achievement of health and education Minimum Service Standards. This strategy, if successful, should serve to demonstrate how development funding can be better integrated and focussed to help achieve significant improvements in public services. The extent to which this strategy can be implemented will depend, in great measure, upon the willingness of provincial and district partners to share financial and technical information regarding existing programs and seriously engage with the BASICS/Provincial (TBTP) Teams to identify strategies to maximize synergies and efficiencies. Should such transparency and level of engagement not be forthcoming, the project will be forced to use BRI funds to support the implementation of a more limited number of smart practices and innovations to accelerate MSS and MDG achievement. Key BRI activities for 2014 are outlined below. 213.2a.1 Baseline Data Collection and Analysis of MSS/MDGs for Basic Education and Health in Four Newly-selected Districts This activity initial step for BASICS to identify the condition of the four newly-selected districts19 that were chosed by the Southeast and North Sulawesi governments during the BASICS Provincial Coordinating Committee meetings and subsequently approved by the Ministry of Home Affairs and DFATD. BASICS’ technical assistance include: 

Facilitate the Technical Assistance Team of the Provincial Government (TBTP) to analyze the data on the gap of the MSS and MDGs in basic education and health in the four newly-selected districts/cities: the Districts of Bombana, North Konawe, Talaud Islands and Southeast Minahasa.



Together with the TBTP and the four local governments, discuss the root of the problem in data and information and discuss the priorities to be addressed based on the experience and lessons from BRI.

213.2a.2 Preparation of Provincial BRI Work Plans for Replication of Smart Practices in Four Newly-Selected Districts This activity is part of a series of activities of collecting and analyzing MSS and MDGs data in the four new regions to be implemented in January 2014. The discussions will be held in the respective areas facilitated by the TBTP. Technical assistance will be provided by BASICS in:  

facilitating the discussions with TBTP to prepare the format and mechanism in managing the replication programmes in the four districts/cities; and providing critical input for the BRI Work Plan facilitated by the TBTP.

213.2a.3 Conduct a Workshop on the Application of MSS/MDGs based on BASICS Smart Practices This activity will be to share experiences and lessons learned from current BASICS districts.

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The four newly-selected districts were chosen by the two BASICS Provincial Coordinating Committees following careful consideration of the selection criteria outlined in the BASICS Extension Proposal (May 2013).

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The TBTP will facilitate the activities in Manado and in Kendari and divide the sessions into two sectors, namely basic education and health sectors. The activity will be implemented in March 2014 and is expected to inspire other regions to develop other successful approaches from the BASICS initiatives. If possible, partners from the USAID-funded KINERJA project will also participate in the two province-level smart practices dissemination workshops. KINERJA has expressed a willingness to provide technical assistance and coaching to districts/cities in Southeast and North Sulawesi which are interested in implementing smart practices/innovations generated by the KINERJA project20. 213.2a.4 BASICS Smart Practices replication in new regions to accelerate the achievement of MSS and MDGs Replication of BASICS Smart Practices will be part of the work plans of the four new districts/cities and approved by the provincial government through the TBTP. Different from the former BRI SIS, the mechanism and management of the replication shall be the responsibility of the provincial government (TBTP). The smart practice model will be merged into one programme that will be further incorporated in a local regulation. Similar to the implementation of the smart practices under the BRI, the aspects in the replication include:    

Capacity building of government services; Data management; Citizen or stakeholder participation in addressing current issues; and Government policy as a basis for sustainable initiatives in the government service system.

213.2a.5 Monitoring and Evaluation of BRI Program Monitoring and Evaluation of the BRI will be carried out by BASICS Technical Assistance team of the Provincial Government and CSOs in November 2014. Results of monitoring and evaluation will be the basic material for learning discussions for replication with the Provincial governments as well as the four new districts. The lessons learned from the replication will be documented and will be shared with other provincial governments and/or donors with the same focus. The focus will be on replication tips as well as the dissemination of smart practice innovations that were developed by one district/city government to be shared other district/city governments.

213.2a.6 Provincial Strengthening support for Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation MSS by MOHA BASICS will work with MOHA to facilitate a workshop on the application and monitoring of MSS to collect information on MSS achievement and help local governments prepare annual MSS achievement reports. These MSS achievement reports will form the basis for a second workshop with MOHA partners to evaluate local government performance and evaluate provincial budgets (APBD) based on MSS achievement reports. 20

Collaboration between BASICS and KINERJA proved quite successful during 2013. Since December 2013, BASICS has been working with the KINERJA project to identify concrete opportunities for cooperation and synergy during 2014. A meeting will be held in early February to discuss these opportunities in detail and agree upon areas of cooperation/collaboration for 2014..

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As a follow-up to the monitoring and evaluation of the preparation of the application of the SPM instrument, BASICS, along with the Ministry of Home Affairs Directorate General of Regional Autonomy, will conduct two BASICS workshops on the evaluation of the implementation of the application of SPM in North Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi. The output of this activity will be recommendations on the performance of local governments on their implementation of SPM and input to the SPM DAK allocations. It will also provide recommendations on their ability to evaluate provincial budgets. 213.2a.7 Technical Debriefing of Performance Monitoring Compliance Module Preparation/Regional MSS Achievement for BAWASDA by MOHA (Inspectorate and Training) This initiative is in response to a recommendation from OTDA/MOHA following the recent evaluation of MSS achievement in all provinces and four related regional workshops. A workshop will be held with the Inspectorate Directorate/MOHA, Directorate OTDA/MOHA, DIKLAT/MOHA and selected provincial representatives to develop a tool for supervising local government performance based on MSS. MOHA will use this tool to strengthen provincial governments in supervising local government performance.

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213.2b.1 Socialization, Pilot Testing and Dissemination of Guide for MDG/MSSGender-based Analysis of APBD This initiative will be led by the BASICS DPRD Strengthening Advisor in collaboration with ASDEKSI21 and FKDH/MOHA partners. Key steps will include:  orienting key ASDEKSI representatives and candidates22 for selected district/city legislatures to the Guide;  pilot-testing the Guide in at least three “new” districts/cities23;  revising and finalizing the guide; and  dissemination of the Guide to all interested parties by BASICS and various GOI partners. 213.2b.2 Finalization, Piloting and Dissemination of Guidelines for Implementation of Setwan’s main tasks to Support of Public Services

the

This initiative, which is being coordinated by the BASICS DPRD Strengthening Advisor in cooperation with ASDEKSI was begun in 2013 and is now nearing completion. Steps to be completed during 2014 will include:    

completion of the Guidelines by ASDEKSI partners; pilot-testing the Guidelines in at least three “new” districts/cities24; revising and finalizing the Guidelines; and dissemination of the Guidelines to all interested parties by BASICS and ASDEKSI.

213.2b.3 Socialization and Dissemination of Tips for Preparing the Public Service PERDA based on MSS and MDGs During 2012 and 2013, seven districts/cities working with BASICS prepared local laws to support MSS/MDG-based budgeting of public services. Experience gained while facilitating the preparation of these perda, and relevant lessons learned drawn from elsewhere in Indonesia will be compiled into a practical book of tips to help other districts/cities prepare local laws to enhance public services – with particular attention on health and basic education services. Key steps in this initiative will include:  finalization of the “tips” booklet; and  collaboration with FKDH and DIKLAT of MOHA, and ASDEKSI to disseminate the “tips” booklets.

213.2b.4 National Government’s Role of the Central Government in Replicating Local Government Innovation to accelerate MSS/MDGs in Health and Education To broaden the impact of the lessons learned from BASICS, it is necessary to provide advocacy of the policies to the central government. The central government policy (taking into account the positive experience from BASICS) may have a broader impact for disseminating smart practices on the national scale. Several issues and lessons that are the focus for advocacy are:

21

ASDEKSI is the Indonesian Association of DPRD Secretaries (or Sekwans). Keeping in mind that DPRD elections will be held in April 2014. 23 That is districts/cities with which BASICS has not yet worked intensively. 24 That is districts/cities with which BASICS has not yet worked intensively. 22

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Programmes and national policies to address the scarcity of teachers and midwives in remote areas. (Experience from the hired midwives programme in Sitaro and the Sangihe Teaching Programme, Sangihe.)



Programmes and national policies on active alert villages involving community participation in planning, emergency response. (Experience from the Kampo Waraka programme in North Buton, the Mandara Mandidoha in South Konawe and the Mapalus Village in Minahasa.)

 Programmes and the national policies on mandatory schooling. The successful approach of Sumikolah, in North Minahasa, and the TPPK of Bitung city and Synergising PKBM-Schools in Baubau city shall provide input for the central government in addressing school dropouts. 213.2b.5 Preparation of Guidelines to accelerate MSS Application and Innovation compilation of Provincial and District/City Government in the Acceleration of MSS This initiative was requested by MOHA. BASICS will work closely with Ditjen OTDA partners and other donors (to the extent practicable) to develop practical guidelines and compilation of best practices to accelerate MSS achievement. This guide will be distributed during National Regional Autonomy Day 2014 in April 2014. 3.3.6

Intermediate Outcome 300: Civil Society provide improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS-based social service provision, and provide technical services to district/city governments Indicators

300.1 Quality of information, findings and/or recommendations contributed to support planning and budgeting processes. 300.2 # of planning/ budgeting process inputs (tools, guides, studies, surveys, training modules, training/ orientation/ facilitation events) contributed by civil society entities to district/city governments 300.3 Degree of district/ city government satisfaction with technical services provided by civil society entities 300.4 Number of civil society entities supported by the project providing technical services on an ongoing basis

Targets Established Project period Year 2014

Achievement Cumulative For Project Period

Often unreliable, weak analysis, limited context, gender blind

reliable, accurate, relevant gender sensitive

No Target

Reliable 45% relevant 55%, accurate 71%, gender sensitive 50%

Virtually none

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No Target

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Few examples exist, but generally viewed as unsatisfactory

Satisfied to very satisfied

No Target

Satisfied 30% Very satisfied 10%

Very few and only in cities or provincial capitals

8 CSOs, 6 – 8 local individual consultants

No Target

4 Provincial CSOs, and 4-6 district CSOs showing some promise

Baseline

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300 series program in 2014, BASICS expects that there will be further strengthening of CSOs. These results will be reported in the 2014 Annual Progress Report. Progress in Achieving Planned Results: The project has generated numerous results with regard to engagement of Civil Society which have been captured in detail in the annual work plans and annual and semi-annual reports prepared since the project began. A few of its key achievements to date are highlighted below. These results are built on important lessons the project has learned since its inception related to challenges facing CSOs in their ability to manage themselves sustainably, in their knowledge of their governments roles in planning and budgeting, in their ability to be service providers providing value added analysis to budgets, working with the public on input into district/city laws and value added service provision to the legislative assembly as well as the executive of their districts/cities. Examples of these key achievements are: Strengthening of Civil Society  Over the four years of engaging civil society, a number of CSOs at the provincial level have strengthened their capacity to manage themselves – transitioning from advocacy to service provision as well as increasing their understanding of MDGs, MSS, local laws and the process of developing these laws. They have also improved their ‘business model’ to include regional offices or affiliation with district/city CSOs.  Since project start-up, these CSOs and their affiliates have learned how to analyze the district/city budgets and how to assist both the legislators and the civil service to analyze budgets based on MDGs and service provision MSS. Citizen Journalism – increasing citizen demand for quality public services:  In collaboration with USAID-KINERJA, over 30 citizen journalists from North and Southeast Sulawesi were trained as citizen journalists, with emphasis on analysis and discussion of planning, budgeting and provision of health and basic education services.  This has increased the interest and ability of CSO representatives and other interested civil society members to analyze and write about social service-related topics to help increase citizen awareness and demand for quality, MSS-based public services.  In the wake of the BASICS-KINERJA initiative, a citizen journalist network has been established in North Sulawesi. “Tarsius” consists of 125 members comprising government staff, DPRD members and CSO representatives. Tarsius has already served to improve communications between executive, DPRD and CSO representatives.  Similarly, a Southeast Sulawesi citizen journalist community has been established. The Facebook-based network known as “Suara Anoa” comprises print, radio and TV citizen journalists. Training and Coaching  Representatives from over 227 civil society organizations have received training on MDGs, MSS and gender-responsive health and education to support improved planning, budgeting and service delivery.  Over 3,000 front-line health and education district/city and sub-district staff (many of whom were unpaid Cadres/volunteers) have received technical training to improve delivery of health services (perinatal care, emergency obstetrics, monitoring high-risk pregnancies) and education services (locally-relevant curriculum development, nonformal literacy programs).

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Studies and Analyses conducted by Civil Society: MSS-based Complaints Surveys – improving citizen feedback mechanisms:  Prepared improved Instruments for conducting MSS-based health and basic education services complaints surveys;  Seven village primary schools in Kabupaten Wakatobi have produced public service agreements with the District Education Agency. These agreements, which serve to empower local school management committees, focus on improving transparency regarding budget use (Bantuan Operasional Sekolah, or BOS), staffing of teachers, use of funds for sports and other activities, and school maintenance;  Similarly, three primary health care centres (PUSKESMAS) in North Minahasa have produced and agreed health service agreements with the District Health Agency;  A report on lessons learned from ciitizens complaint surveys has been developed; and  Standard operation procedures (SOPs) for establishing public service complaint mechanisms for health and education services have been developed. Implementation of Budget Tracking and Analysis in Sangihe District:  Increased capacity of CSOs representatives to analyze and track expenditure of the local budget (APBD) which directly contributes to the achievement of the MSS and MDGs;  The results of the budget tracking exercise served as a reference for the preparation of the District’s annual plan and budget documents for health and basic education services in 2014; and  Similarly, the results of the budget tracking exercise served as a reference for the amendment of the Bupati’s Decree on Health Insurance which was considered to be sub-optimal.

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3.4 Project Management Activities (400) Activity 410: Hire and manage local and professional staff and consultants Progress to date: The following table outlines BASICS Team staff mobilization during 2013: No

Date of Departure

Name

Position

1

Renny Kembaren

Administrative officer- Southeast Sulawesi

17/Feb/13

resigned

2

Rosalin

Finance Officer - North Sulawesi

18/Mar/13

promoted to Information Management Officer for BASICS Jakarta office

3

Lovely Tangka

20/Mar/13

contract terminated

4

M. Saleh Jasape

13/July/13

resigned

5

Surya Akbar

15/Aug/13

resigned

6

Muslih M. Amin

24/Oct/13

resigned

7

Ferra Imelda M.

1/Nov/13

contract terminated

8

Delia Laland

27/Nov/13

resigned

9

Hasna

10

Aliem Nur

11

Sitti Zahara

12

Ferawati

13

Andi Nurmayasari

14

Yeni Suryani S.

15 16

Vendy Dendeng M. Arief Hariyadi

Administration & Finance Assistant - Minut - North Sulawesi District Facilitator – Kolaka Utara - Southeast Sulawesi Administrative officer- North Sulawesi District Facilitator - Konsel Southeast Sulawesi Administration & Finance Assistant – Bitung BRI Accountant – Makasssar – South Sulawesi Administrative Assistant – Makasssar – South Sulawesi District Facilitator - Wakatobi Southeast Sulawesi District Facilitator - Butur Southeast Sulawesi Administration & Finance Assistant - Wakatobi - Southeast Sulawesi Administration & Finance Assistant – Kolaka UtaraSoutheast Sulawesi Administration & Finance Assistant – Sitaro – North Sulawesi Finance Officer North Sulawesi DF Sitaro

31/Dec/13 31/Dec/13 31/Dec/13

Remarks

contract completed, no extension contract completed, no extension contract completed, no extension

31/Dec/13

contract completed, no extension

31/Dec/13

contract completed, no extension

31/Dec/13

contract completed, no extension resigned resigned

Sub-activities and Expected Achievement for 2014 411

Recruit staff for Jakarta, Kendari and Manado offices

The following table outlines BASICS staff composition for 2014. During 2014, all field staff in North and Southeast Sulawesi will be based in Manado and Kendari (respectively) to work directly with provincial partners. Positions that have yet to be filled are positions for which BASICS is currently recruiting with the aim of having a full contingent by 01 January 2014. As of early December 2013, the BASICS team in Indonesia will be:

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No

Name

Position Project Director – Jakarta Deputy Project Director – Makassar – South Sulawesi BASICS Representative - Jakarta District Planning and Finance Advisor – Jakarta Information Management Officer Jakarta Finance Manager – Makassar Office Administration & Logistics Manager – Makassar BRI Coordinator – Makassar Financial & Administrative Assistant Provincial Coordinator - North Sulawesi District Facilitator – Minahasa North Sulawesi

1

William Duggan

2

John Duff

3

Ellisabeth L.O. Noya

4

Utoro S. Iskandar

5

Rosalin

6

Suharni Syamsul

8

Herliani Rivaldi

10

Ferry Yuniver

11

Dina Rahmawati

13

M. Apridon Zaini

14

Vandayani Lumunon

15

Theresia Erni

16

Agus Slamet Priyono Hariyadi

17

Vacant

18

Vanny J.V Pua

19

Inggrid L. Kandolia

20

Rifat Ronald MR.

22

Lazar Kawu

23

Vacant

26

Sarwansa Sahabuddin

27

Lia Hanifa

28

Muhiddin

31

Nasruddin

32

Wa Ode Siti Nurhayati

33

Firmawati

34

Alimin Tasi

35

Vacant

District Facilitator Sultra

35

Vacant

District Facilitator Sultra

District Facilitator - Minut - North Sulawesi District Facilitator - Sangihe – Sulut District Facilitator – Sitaro, North Sulawesi Administration & Finance Assistant - Sangihe - Sulut Administration & Finance Assistant - Minut - Sulut Administration & Finance Assistant- Minahasa – North Sulawesi Administration Officer – Manado, North Sulawesi Finance Officer – Manado, North Sulawesi Provincial Coordinator – Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi Finance Officer – Kendari Southeast Sulawesi Administration Officer– Kendari Southeast Sulawesi District Facilitator - Bau - Bau Southeast Sulawesi Administration & Finance Assistant - Bau -Bau - Sultra Administration & Finance Assistant - Konsel - Sultra Administration & Finance Assistant - Butur - Sultra

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Starting 01 January 2014 be based in Manado Will be proposed as the Knowledge Management Expert– Jakarta Starting 01 January 2014 be based in Manado Actively recruiting; will be based in Manado Starting 01 January 2014 be based in Manado Starting 01 January 2014 be based in Manado

will

will

will will

Starting 01 January 2014 will be based in Manado

Actively recruiting

Starting 01 January 2014 be based in Kendari Starting 01 January 2014 be based in Kendari Starting 01 January 2014 be based in Kendari Starting 01 January 2014 be based in Kendari Actively recruiting; will be based in Kendari Actively recruiting; will be based in Kendari

will will will will

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Continue to implement the staff and consultant performance review system. Gender Equality and anti-corruption/accountability (honesty) principles and practices will continue to be included in performance review criteria. Identify any capacity gaps that require attention and strategies to fill respective gaps. Identify key staff training requirements.

413

Orient and operationalize the BASICS Jakarta–based Knowledge Management Advisor, the new BRI Accountant and the all new DFs and BRI Finance Officers.

420

Procure equipment and office supplies

Progress to date:  

The 10 districts/cities offices, Provincial offices, and Makassar were maintained with only minor repairs required from time to time. The Jakarta office was fully equipped and operated well during 2013. Only small improvements and maintenance costs were incurred during the year.

Sub-activities and Expected achievement in 2014: 421

In line with the approved Extension proposal, the 10 district/city-level offices will be vacated by 31 December 2013. Portable assets such as motorcycles, laptops computers, printers and multimedia projectors will be used by the BASICS provincial teams working from Kendari and Manado. Larger, harder-to-move assets such as larger office furnishings, A/C units and the like will be lent to the current local government partner agencies (in most cases the District BAPPEDA office) until decisions regarding final divestment of the project’s assets are taken during early 2015.

422

Any required minor improvements or maintenance to the project offices in Jakarta, Makassar, Kendari and Manado will be undertaken. This will include an expansion of the Kendari and Manado offices to accommodate the former district-based staff who will be based in the provincial offices during 2014. Unfortunately, as the Makassar office landlord is not willing to extend the current rental contract beyond 31 March 2014, a new location for the Makassar office will be sought. This will incur some (modest) relocation and set-up costs.

423

Procure Equipment and materials to support project management as per the List of Materials for Approval (LMFA) attached as Annex A.

424

Apply standard DFATD procurement practices and standards to guarantee transparency, accountability and cost-quality value.

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430

Coordinate PSC Meetings and follow-up on decisions

Progress to date: 

On 25 January 2013, BASICS conducted a Pre-Technical Committee Meeting with DFATD and MOHA representatives to review and discuss project progress and the draft AWP 2013. The Pre-Technical Committee Meeting served as the precursor for the Technical Committee Meeting which was held on 19 April 2013. The Technical Committee recommended to the Project Steering Committee that the Annual Report (Jan-Dec 2012) the Annual Work Plan 2013 be approved. The Committee also recommended support for the proposed project cost extension to further promote sustainability and dissemination of smart practices and innovative products produced by the BASICS Project in collaboration with related partners.



The Project Steering Committee (PSC) Meeting was held on May 21 2013 at which time the AWP 2013 was approved. In addition, it was agreed that BASICS would facilitate MOHA’s formal verification and endorsement of the “Berita Acara Serah Terima” (BAST) for goods and services provided by the BASICS Project during 2012 and report it as direct grant realization. It was also agreed that the project would support the Directorate General of Regional Autonomy, MOHA to send representatives from Bagian Umum, OTDA (General Section) and Bagian Keuangan to verify the BAST report for 2012. OTDA (Finance Section) from the OTDA Secretariat, and a representative of AKLN if necessary, will travel to North Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi to verify and endorse the delivery of goods and services to respective participating districts/cities. It is expected that the formal handover of goods to local government partners will be concluded by MOHA following the verification mission.

Sub-activities and Expected Achievement for 2014: 432

During Q1 of 2014, work with DFATD and MOHA to hold a Pre-Technical Committee Meeting to review and discuss progress to-date and the draft AWP 2014, and facilitate the implementation of a Technical Committee Meeting in preparation for the PSC Meeting.

433

Facilitate the implementation of the PSC Meeting during Q1 of 2014 to seek approval for the draft AWP 2014. Act as secretariat and facilitate finalization of the Berita Acara (PSC agreement communique) and undertake required follow-up.

440

Produce and submit work plans and budgets, and progress and financial reports

Progress to date: 

The draft Annual Work Plan for 2013 was prepared and submitted to DFATD for approval on February 28, 2013. Following minor revisions, the final AWP was approved by DFATD in April 2013 and was formally approved by the PSC on 21 May 2013.



The BASICS Annual Progress Report for 2012 (01 January – 31 December 2012) was submitted to DFATD on 10 May 2013.



Quarterly financial reports were regularly prepared and submitted throughout the year and monthly invoices were produced and submitted to DFATD.



BASICS produced and submitted quarterly Laporan PHLN BASICS for Q1, Q2 and Q3 of 2013. The Laporan PHLN for Q4 will be submitted to MOHA in late February 2014, once the December 2013 accounts have been confirmed.

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Sub-activities and Expected Achievement for 2014: 441

The Annual Progress Report for 2013 (01 January – 31 December 2013) will be prepared and submitted to DFATD, MOHA and other PSC members as early as possible during Q1 of 2014. The Semi-Annual Progress Report (01 January – 30 June 2014) will be prepared and submitted in August 2014.

442

Preparations for project activities during 2015 will begin early in 2014. During 2015, the project will implement a small number of wind-down and hand-over events in regional locations (likely Manado, Kendari and potentially, Makassar) and in Jakarta during Q1 of 2015. To facilitate joint planning and timely budgeting of counterpart funds at the national level, BASICS will facilitate preliminary AWP 2015 discussions during February – April 2014. AWP preparation activities with North Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi government partners will begin in May 2014 with the project aiming to submit the draft AWP 2015 to DFATD and MOHA by December 2014.

443

BASICS will continue to produce and submit quarterly financial reports and monthly invoices to DFAT, and submit PHLN reports to MOHA on a regular basis.

444

BASICS will work with provincial partners and MOHA to prepare, submit and verify BAST reports for services and goods provided during 2014.

Activity 450 Monitor decentralization developments at the national and provincial levels with regard to capacity development framework, regulatory framework, MDGs, MSS, poverty alleviation programs, environmental management and gender mainstreaming Progress to date: 

Throughout 2013 the BASICS team continued to liaise with relevant government agencies and program/projects at the national level, including MOHA, MOF, BAPPENAS and the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection. The project team regularly liaised with USAID-KINERJA, AUSAID-AIPD, AUSAID-ACCESS, PEACH, PGSP-UNDP, the DFATD-funded SIPS project, The Asia Foundation and BaKTI. In addition, various BASICS team members attended national- and province-level workshop and events focussing on MDGs, MSS, health and education service issues, gender-responsive budgeting and other relevant themes.



In September 2013 BASICS held a four-day information and experience sharing workshop in North Sulawesi comprising representatives from MOHA, BAPPENAS, MOH, MOE&C and MOF, AusAID, several AusAID-funded projects, representatives North and Southeast Sulawesi government partners, and representatives from several districts/cities participating in BASICS. The event provided an opportunity for BASICS partners to showcase smart practices and innovations developed to help accelerate MSS achievement. Representatives from the AusAID-funded LOGICA2 and ACCESS projects also shared innovations and lessons learned.

Sub-activities for 2014: 451

The BASICS Team will continue to work to increase the frequency and impact of interactions with technical counterparts at MOHA (principally within UPD 1 (subdirectorate for Education), UPD 2 (sub-directorate for Health) and the Directorate for Facilitation of District/City Heads and DPRDs (FKDH)).

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452

BASICS will continue and intensify the level of collaboration and information sharing with donors, projects and institutions working on initiatives which are relevant to BASICS’ core objectives. This will include continued collaboration, knowledge sharing and dialogue with: KINERJA, AIPD, TAF, World Bank and UNDP and BaKTI.

460

Monitor Project Results

Progress to date: 

As done in previous years, BASICS facilitated routine monitoring and evaluation (or monev) of implementation of the BASICS project by MOHA representatives during Q4 of the year.



Above and beyond facilitation support for routine compliance monitoring, BASICS provided significant technical advice and logistical support to MOHA to facilitate evaluation of the extent to which MSS frameworks (for all 15 sectors which have formalized MSS) have been applied and the status of respective MSS achievement. BASICS provided technical assistance to develop the preliminary MSS evaluation tool, which was subsequently refined by a MOHA consultant. BASICS also helped to develop the Guide to Evaluating MSS Achievement and helped facilitate a regional workshop on MSS achievement in Riau. In North and Southeast Sulawesi, BASICS worked with MOHA to assess MSS achievement for basics education and health services. In addition, members of the BASICS technical team showcased innovations and smart practices developed by BASICS partners to accelerate MSS achievement at MSS Evaluation events in the provinces of Kalimatan Barat, Kalimantan Timur, Maluku and Sumatra Barat. BASICS also helped to cover some costs associated with the implementation of the aforementioned MSS Evaluation events.



Refinements to the Performance Measurement Framework (PMF): The PMF was updated to reflect the themes and geographic focus of the extension period of the project. The updated (June 2013) version is presented in Annex B. The project continues to collect and report both quantitative and qualitative data based on the PMF. The latest results from related interviews and data compilation exercises will be presented in the 2013 Annual Progress report in early 2014.



BRI Monitoring: As noted earlier, BASICS worked with Provincial BRI Subcommittee and District Coordinating Committee (DCC) members to monitor implementation of the BRI-funded Health and Education Service Improvement Strategies. Key findings and recommendations generated by the BRI monitoring teams were communicated to the respective government agencies and DCCs and used to improve BRI implementation during Q3 and Q4 of 2013. Findings were also used to inform preparation of the BRI work plans for 2014.

Sub-activities and Expected Achievements for 2014: 461

BASICS will continue to work to strengthen the capacity of two compact, but highlycommitted Technical Assistance Teams of the Provincial Governments to support implementation of Component 1 (planning and budgeting capacity building) and BRI activities in the four newly-selected districts/cities chosen to participate in BASICS during 2014. In addition, BASICS will work closely with the two Provincial Technical Assistance Teams to help them provide technical assistance, coaching and supervision support to districts and cities committed to implementing smart practices and innovations to accelerate health and basic education MSS. During 2014, BASICS will continue to conduct regular monitoring of implementation and results of the capacity building and BRI-funded activities during 2014.

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462

BASICS will work with MOHA and other PSC members to organize and implement project progress monitoring (monev) missions to North and Southeast Sulawesi during late Q3/early Q4 of 2014.

463

BASICS will continue to regularly liaise with MOHA partners to review project progress and plan for jointly implemented activities.

470

Knowledge Management Initiatives

As an important component of the project’s sustainability strategies, Knowledge Management (KM) is treated as a cross-cutting theme since project start-up. A detailed description of progress implementing the project’s Knowledge Management Strategy and an outline of KM efforts planned for 2014 was presented in Section 2 earlier. However, in acknowledgement of the increasingly important role that KM initiatives play in facilitating and extending sustainable developmental results, and to ensure that the project’s Knowledge Management Strategy is implemented in a timely and rigorous fashion, key KM administration activities have been included in this Project Management section of Annual Work Plan. To support a higher level of KM activity, and to facilitate project efforts to develop and work with “institutional homes” within the GOI for various BASICS innovations, smart practices and KM products, BASICS will utilize the services of a Knowledge Management Expert. The hiring of this expert is underway and expected to be in place by January 2014. The Table 2.3 in the cross-cutting themes section summarized key knowledge management products that the project will focus on during 2014. Some represent continuation or completion of KM activities undertaken during 2013, with others representing KM activities and products that will be spawned by project activities during 2014. The table identifies the tentative title for the knowledge product, general theme, the proposed ultimate “owner” or institutional home for the product, technical lead from the BASICS team, and status of preparation. BASICS will continue to work to develop productive relations with the proposed institutional home(s), or an alternate institution or party should efforts indicate that a more suitable “owner” exists. The project will work with these “owners” to identify how and when the products will be “handed-over” and how the owner will disseminate and utilize the product. Sub-activities and Expected Achievements for 2013: 471

Hire and operationalize the Knowledge Management Expert to help coordinate and accelerate KM product development and dissemination and forging of productive relations with “institutional owners” of respective “KM products”.

472

As and when required, contract service providers to work with the KM Expert to provide assistance on copy-writing, editing and laying out of KM products.

473

Undertake development, review, refinement, finalization and dissemination of KM products prioritized for 2014.

474

Continue to develop and operationalize working relationships with institutions which can serve as KM product disseminators and/or function as the “institutional home” for selected KM products. This will ideally include DIKLAT/MOHA, the provincial DIKLATS, some province-level agencies associated with the Ministry of Health and

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Ministry of Education and Culture, and the Association of DPRD Secretariats (ASDEKSI). 475

Work with “knowledge broker” partners to jointly review, refine, pilot, finalize and apply selected KM products.

476

Work with national and provincial government partners to plan and prepare for major knowledge dissemination and “product hand-over” events to be held in Jakarta, Kendari, Manado and potentially, Makassar.

3.5 Proposed Field Missions by Canada-based Advisors During 2014, the Technical Advisor Local Governance/Environment and the Local Governance/GE Specialist will continue to provide advice and comments on project strategies, and more particularly, on the finalization of various knowledge management products and related “institutionalization” processes. As the level of effort for both advisors is now much lower than during the project’s initial years, most assistance will be provided remotely via internet-based review and communication, but some short field missions may be undertaken in cases where such missions can be arranged in tandem with missions which the advisors are undertaking for other DFATD-funded projects in Indonesia on which the Advisors work. 

Tim Babcock, Technical Advisor Local Governance/Environment: The primary focus of Tim Babcock’s inputs will focus on providing technical advice to support and strengthen the project’s knowledge management initiatives. A level of effort of 30 days has been budgeted for the AWP 2014 period. Most of Mr. Babcock’s work will be undertaken via internet-based correspondence and advisory services, with the possibility of 1-2 short field visits, if they can be “tacked onto” field visits undertaken for the DFATD-funded SIPS or LLD projects for which Mr. Babcock also works. As such, in collaboration with the proposed Knowledge Management Expert, Mr. Babcock’s key inputs will focus on improving the quality of knowledge management products and developing strategies to help build KM products into GoI training partner’s curricula. In addition, Mr. Babcock will continue to review and comment upon some key project documents including the Annual Report for 2013.



Joanne Prindiville, Canadian Governance/GE Specialist: A total of 15 days of consultancy services have been proposed for Joanne Prindiville for 2014. Ms. Prindiville’s efforts will principally focus on occasional spot monitoring and quality assurance assistance for the project. She will also review and provide comments on knowledge management products related to gender responsive planning and budgeting and gender mainstreaming. As with Mr. Babcock, much of her assistance and advice will be provided “virtually” via internet and Skype – in most cases directly to the project’s Indonesian Gender Advisor, Ms. Sri Mastuti. Assuming her level of effort is sufficient, the project may seek to obtain Ms. Prindiville’s recommendations and input regarding gender-equitable budgeting and the revision of MOHA’s Permendagri 13/2006, which focuses on local government finance.

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4 RISKS AND RISK MITIGATIONS STRATEGIES BASICS continues to monitor potential risks to project stability and results, and to confirm and implement strategies to overcome or mitigate potential risks. The Investment Risk Register table below outlines various current risks (as of December 2013). Table 4.1: Investment Risk Register (December 2013) Risk Level LM High (H) Risks Result Mitigation Medium Level* (M) Low (L) Operational Risks The 2014 national H IMO The design of the AWP for 2014 will election of members of allow for the scheduling of events the country’s legislatures during the campaigns and will be disruptive to elections. Security will be tightened activities in the districts, during the campaign period. The provinces and at the Makassar office will move to an national level. At the office building as opposed to its district level BASICS current residence office so as to be work with the DPRD will in a more secure location be significantly disrupted by the changes in legislators many of whom will be new to their roles as law makers and budget overseers. The campaigns in each of these jurisdictions could also be disruptive and potentially dangerous to staff Possible high turnover M IMO While working with champions is among civil servants important, the Project is cultivating involved in BASICS and working with teams of activities impacts committed individuals to build more negatively on learning, resilience and tolerance for continuity, rate of disruption into implementation progress, and on making strategies. Disruptions can also be good use of the minimized by placing emphasis on strengths of ‘champions.' strengthening and routinizing improved systems and procedures such as MSS-based health and education databases. BRI implementation has L IMO BASICS will focus only on one or significantly increased two smart practices in each of the the amount of activities sectors of health and education in implemented in each each of the 4 districts/cities in 2014 district/city. During certain periods, recipients and stakeholders may become overwhelmed with the level of effort required and quality could potentially suffer. This risk has been

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Risk Owner**

Project Director, DPD and PCs

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Risks

reduced to low in 2014 due to the reduced number of activities in only 4 districts/cities Under-disbursement due to over-estimation of district/city counterparts’ ability to take on additional work load, particularly with the BRISIS activities.This risk has also been reduced to low as the activities are also reduced Civil society organizations will be engaged as service providers and as a consequence their level of expectation of revenue will not be as high as in previous years therefore this risk has also been reduced to low

Risk Level High (H) Medium (M) Low (L)

LM Result Level*

L

L

Mitigation

Risk Owner**

IMO

BASICS will focus only on one or two smart practices in each of the sectors of health and education in each of the 4 districts/cities in 2014

BRI Coordinator, Provincial Coordinators, District Facilitators

IMO

Shift of the major focus of efforts to strengthening the service provision abilitites of 1-2 province-level CSOs and have them cooperate with and mentor a small number of “proven” district/city CSOs. . Continue involvement of and capacity building of promising local consultants, professional associations and regional universities. The BASICS Team will continue to strengthen the financial, administrative SOPs guiding BRI implementation. Further, unannounced internal audits will also be conducted to maintain judiciary vigilance and all findings and lessons learned rigorously followed-up upon. The role of the PCCs in helping to monitor and manage both technical and financial/administrative aspects of BRI implementation will also be further emphasized. BASICS will work with the PCCs to include criteria related to “clean and transparent governance” into BRI fund allocation criteria. In 2014 BASICS will be in a replicating and disseminating mode in the districts/cities but will implement and introduce these smart practices in such a way that should be integrated into the 2015 budgets. Therefore BASICS will have to adhere to the project planning cycle for 2015

BASICS Project Director & Deputy Project Director.

The Project Director has been shifted to Jakarta and a Jakarta office opened. In addition, BASICS has hired a Liaison Officer, based in

Project Director, Deputy Project Director, District Planning

Despite the fact that the BASICS Canadian CEA directly handles the implementation of the BRI component, some opportunities for misuse or non-routine allocation of BRI funds by local partners could still occur in some instances (e.g. kick-backs from vendors, inflated attendance lists).

H

IMO

Significant temporal differences in the GOI and Project planning and budgeting cycles undermine attempts to have project partner agencies plan and budget counterpart funds. Sustainability Risks Insufficient involvement of national government counterparts to maximize project gains, learn from

L

IMO

H

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Risk Level High (H) Medium (M) Low (L)

LM Result Level*

the project’s lessons, and replicate/disseminate project lessons/good practices can seriously limit the project’s impact and return on investment.

Financial Risks Inflation (or deflation) may negatively affect the level of funds available for BRI activities.

M

IMO

International economic crisis forces various levels of Government of Indonesia to reduce investments in social services.

M

IMO

The level of commitment of the 4 districts/cities will be lowered because there will be no counterpart funds supporting any of the activities. This is a consequence of the late approval of the extension by DFATD.

L

IMO

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Risk Owner**

Jakarta., who plays a leading role in supporting BASICS’s knowledge management and sustainability objectives. This has allowed to greatly increase the frequency of meetings with interested and committed government counterparts and senior decisionmakers from MoHA, MOH, Ministry of Education and Culture, BAPPENAS, the MOWE&CP and relevant projects and donors. BASICS will also continue to work closely with key provincial partners (particularly BAPPEDA) to help promote “bottom-up innovation and dissemination” to central agencies and donors. By implementing the project’s National Engagement Strategy, and Knowledge Management Strategy, BASICS will seek to demonstrate more specifically how project interventions can contribute to national-level policy and program objectives.

&Finance Advisor

Provide timely information to DCCs’ and BRI Sub-committees to adjust targets as per available funds and cost of living indices and CAD-toIDR exchange rates. Continue emphasis generation of MSSfocussed innovations and quality of BRI initiatives (not quantity). Work with key district/city partners to illustrate the potential efficiency and effectiveness gains possible with improved social sector planning and budgeting. Use the findings of APBD analysis to promote more strategic use of GOI health and education service funds. The lack of counterpart funds in the activities in 2014 will create a slightly lower level of ownership on the part of the counterparts in the 4 new districts/cities. As there are only a few activities in the districts/cities we expect the district counterparts to participate enthusiastically despite using any of their own funds. The provincial technical team that will be assisted by BASICS will however be hampered by the lack of counterpart funds in 2014

District Planning & Finance Advisor

BASICS TA Team

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Risks

Development Risks Continuing high frequency of new policies, laws and regulations emanating from various levels of government leads to confusion and fatigue at the local levels.

Communication gaps between various government agencies undermine promotion of more integrated, efficient social sector planning & budgeting

Risk Level High (H) Medium (M) Low (L)

LM Result Level*

L-M

IMO

M

ITO

Mitigation

Risk Owner**

Work with MOHA, BAPPEDA, line agencies and other key partners to help interpret and apply key policies and regulations. As and when requested, assist local governments in preparing technical summaries and circular letters. Liaise with MOHA, other ministries and projects to clarify and prioritize which regulations and guidelines are critical to effective planning and budgeting. Support and promote coordination and planning meetings between various agencies and various levels of government to enhance communication and understanding between key GOI agencies and DPRDs. Work with BAPPEDAs and the Provincial and District/City Sekda’s offices to strengthen their coordination and communication capacities with special emphasis on strengthening the effectiveness of the provincial budgeting committees (Tim Anggaran).

BASICS, Deputy Project Director, District Planning & Finance Advisor and the BRI Coordinator

Particularly during times of international tension, monitor local security situation with international donors and projects active in Sulawesi and maintain close communication with the Canadian Embassy and the security firm providing services to the BASICS Makassar office. Implement risk mitigation strategies and update contingency plans on regular basis. It is virtually impossible to mitigate against natural disasters. However, the project will continue to assess the level of the various types of risks, undertake any measures to reduce risk and exposure (e.g. location of housing for team members), and be ready to reorganize and/or reschedule project activities in the face of pressing local priorities and needs.

Project Director, Office Administration & Logistics Manager

Deputy Project Director, BASICS TA Team, Provincial Coordinators, District Facilitators

Reputation Risks (to GOC/DFATD) None identified to date. Safety and Security Risks (for Project personnel) International conflicts spawn local demonstrations and security-related events that could have a negative impact on Indonesia-based BASICS personnel.

M

IMO

The 4 regions, districts and cities participating in BASICS are quite vulnerable to natural disasters due to flash floods, volcanic eruptions or earthquakes. This is particularly the case in North Sulawesi. When such natural disasters do occur, they have the potential to cause significant loss to property and life and can

M

IMO, Output

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Risks

Risk Level High (H) Medium (M) Low (L)

LM Result Level*

Mitigation

Risk Owner**

also seriously hinder implementation of planned activities. This risk has been reduce from M-H to M due to slightly lower level of risk in the new 2014 districts/cities *Acronyms: Ultimate Outcome (UO); Intermediate Outcome (ITO); Immediate Outcome (IMO); Output (O); Whole Project (PR) **Note: DFATD views the “risk owner” as the entity who owns the process of coordinating, mitigating and gathering information about the specific risk as opposed to the person who enacts the controls, or the person or entity with the accountability and authority. For the purposes of BASICS, then, the risk owner(s) is/are the person(s) on the BASICS team who will be responsible for monitoring the risk, evaluating the risk level over the year(s), and ensuring that the mitigation strategy is implemented if necessary.

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ACTIVITY SCHEDULE (JANUARY TO DECEMBER 2014) Activities

Jan

Feb

March April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Remarks

Immediate Outcome 210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise more pro-poor, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable district/city planning and budgeting for MDG/MSS-based social service provision. Activity 211: TA provided to strengthen provincial MSS data management and monitoring 211.1a.1

Technical Assistance on use of GIS for Provincial Government on public services networking information systems of health and education in order to strengthen public services in districts based on MSS and the MDGs

211.1a.2

Replication of Database Application and Regional Education Information by South East Sulawesi Government

211.1a.3

Replication of Database Application and Regional Health Information application by North Sulawesi Province

211.1b.1

Strengthening of MSS Monitoring and Evaluation Database at MOHA

Activity 212: Provide TA to strengthen capacity of provincial and national governments to disseminate relevant regulations and policies 212.1a.1 212.1a.2 212.1a.3

Strengthening the South East Sulawesi Provincial Government in coaching the implementation of gender responsive planning and budgeting as follow up support Technical Assistance to support the North Sulawesi Provincial Government in the preparation of Perda for Special Fund Support for Health Program Assistance on Preparation of North Sulawesi PERDA Education Services

212.1b.1

Formulation of the ASB based Health MSS with the technical Ministries, together with MoHA and the Ministry of Finance

212.1b.2

Formulation of the ASB based Basic Education MSS with the Ministry of Education and Culture together with MoHA and the Ministry of Finance

212.1b.3

Technical Assistance of MSS integration formulation in the District Planning and Budgeting document as regulation and national policy inputs with Kemendagri

212.1b.4

Documentation of gender issues in education and health sectors in BASICS working area as advocacy materials/inputs for RPJMN (2014-2019) background.

212.1b.5

Advocacy with KPP and PA, PATTIRO and The Asian Foundation for increasing pressure on the Gender Responsive MSS in revision Permendagri 54 - 2010 and In cooperation with FKDH/OTDA, support the preparation of a practical guide to the LKPJ analysis

212.1b.6 212.1b.7

Supporting Revisions to MOHA’s Regulation on Evaluation of Local Government Performance

212.1b.8

Technical Support to Map Authority and Responsibilities for Policy and Program Formulation in the Health Sector

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Feb

March April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Remarks

Activity 213: Provide TA to national /provincial agencies to coordinate the implementation of the MSS framework 213.2a.1 (BRI) 213.2a.2 (BRI) 213.2a.3 (BRI) 213.2a.4 (BRI) 213.2a.5 (BRI) 213.2a.6 213.2a.7 213.2b.1 213.2b.2 213.2b.3 213.2b.4 213.2b.5 400 410 411 412

413 420 421 422

Baseline Data Collection and Analysis of MSS/MDGs in Basic Education and Health in Four new districts Preparation of BRI Workplan in four new regions Implementation Workshop on the Application of MSS/MDGs based on BASICS Smart Practices BASICS Smart Practice replication in new regions to accelerate MSS and MDGs achievement Monitoring and Evaluation of BRI Program Provincial strengthening support for implementation, monitoring and evaluation Regional MSS by Kemendagri Technical Briefing on Performance Monitoring Compliance Module on Regional MSS Achievement for Bawasda by MOHA (Inspectorate and DIKLAT Socialization, pilot testing and dissemination of APBD analysis guidelines based on basic services Finalization, piloting and dissemination of Guidelines for the Implementation of Setwan's main tasks to support of public services improvement Socialization and dissemination of tips for preparing the public service PERDA based on MSS and MDGs National Government's role in the replication of local Government Innovations to accelerate the achievement of the Health and Education MSS/MDGs Guidelines to Accelerate MSS Application and Compilation of Provincial and District/City Government Innovations to Accelerate MSS Achievement Project Management Activities Hire and manage local and professional staff and consultants. Complete any required minor improvements or maintenance to the project offices in Jakarta, Makassar, Kendari, Manado and in the 4 participating district and cities. Continue to implement the staff and consultant performance review system. GE, and anti-corruption (honesty) principles and practices will continue to be included in performance review criteria. Identify any capacity gaps that require attention and strategies to fill respective gaps Orient and operationalize the BASICS Jakarta-based Knowledge Mgt Officer. Procure equipment and office supplies Procure equipment and materials to support project management as per the attached List of Materials for Approval (LMFA). Apply standard DFATD procurement practices and standards to guarantee transparency, accountability and cost-quality value.

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Activities 430

Jan

Feb

March April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Remarks

Coordinate PSC Meetings and follow-up on decisions. 431 Work with DFATD and MOHA to hold a meeting to discuss the conclusions and recommendations generated by DFATD’s Mid Term Review and the MOHA/Setneg Monitoring exercise. Work with DFATD and MOHA to hold a Pre-Technical Committee Meeting to review and discuss progress to date and the draft AWP 2014, and facilitate the implementation of a 432 Technical Committee Meeting in preparation for the Project Steering Committee during Q1 of 2014. 433 Facilitate the implementation of a PSC Meeting during Q1 of 2014 to seek approval for the draft AWP 2014. Act as Secretariat and facilitate finalization of the Berita Acara (PSC agreement note) and undertake required follow-up.

440

Produce and submit work plans and budgets, and progress and financial reports 441 The Annual Progress Report for 2011 (01 January – 31 December 2013) will be prepared and submitted to DFATD, MOHA and other PSC members as early as possible during Q1 of 2014. The Semi-Annual Progress Report (01 January – 30 June 2014) will be prepared and submitted in August 2014. 442 To facilitate joint planning and timely budgeting of counterpart funds at the national level, BASICS will facilitate preliminary AWP 2015 discussions during February – April 2014. AWP preparation activities with participating provinces and districts/cities will begin in July 2014 with the project aiming to submit the draft AWP 2015 to DFATD and MOHA by early November 2014. 443 BASICS will continue to produce and submit quarterly financial reports and monthly invoices to DFATD and submit financial disbursement reports to MOHA on a regular 444 basis. Similarly, BASICS will continue to produce and submit quarterly Laporan PHLN BASICS

to MOHA on a regular basis along with BAST reports. 450 Monitor decentralization developments at the national and provincial levels with regard to capacity development framework, regulatory framework, MDGs, MSS, poverty alleviationWork programs, environmental will continue to increasemanagement the frequency and and gender impact ofmainstreaming interactions with technical 451 counterparts at MOHA (principally within UPD 1 (Sub-directorate for Education), UPD 2 (Sub-directorate for Health) and the Directorate for Faciliation of District/City Heads and DPRDs/FKDHL. 452 BASICS will intensify the level of collaboration and information sharing with donors, projects and institutions working on initiatives which are relevant to BASICS’ core objectives. This will include continued collaboration with: the Inter-donor Working Group on MSS Costing; knowledge sharing and dialogue with DeCGG, KINERJA, AIPD, TAF’s B3P, World Bank and UNICEF (regarding education and health services) and BaKTI.

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460

470

Jan

Feb

March April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Remarks

Monitor Project results 461 BASICS will continue to work to strengthen the capacity of the BRI Sub-committees and faciliate regular monitoring the implementation and results of the BRI-funded Health and Education Service Improvement Strategies. 462 BASICS will work with MOHA and Setneg partners to organize and implement project progress monitoring missions to Sulut and Sultra during September 2014 463 Regular discussion with MOHA partners to review the progress and planning for joint activities Knowledge Management Initiatives 471 Contract consultants to provide professional assistance on copy-writing, editing and laying out KM products. 472 Undertake development, review, refinement, finalization and dissemination of a small number of KM products prioritized for 2014 473 Undertake scoping activities to identify, meet with and select “knowledge broker” partners, who can serve as KM product disseminators and/or function as the “institutional home” for selected KM products. 474 Work with “knowledge broker” partners to jointly review, refine, pilot, finalize and apply selected KM products.

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AWP 2014 BUDGET SUMMARY

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Annex A: List of Materials for Approval (LMFA #9)

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Rationale for LMFA # 9, AWP 2014

No.

Description

Rationale

1.

Laptops (3)

The laptops are for the Regional Planning Advisor, Provincial Coordinator Southeast Sulawesi, and DF Minahasa Utara as current laptops are no longer working (ie. motherboard needs repair, processor need to be upgrading). Therefore, it is cheaper to purchase new laptops.

2.

Desktop (1)

The desktop computer is for Finance Assistant in Manado, North Sulawesi: The current laptop is commonly used by counterparts in the Province and for time effectiveness it is recommended purchasing the new one.

3.

Scanner

4.

Color Printers (4)

5.

Air conditioners (4)

6. 7.

Digital Camera Cell Phone

8.

Furniture

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The current scanner was portable and used for field visits. It has stopped working and a new one is required for the Manado office. The printers are for the Kendari, Manado, Makassar and Jakarta offices. The laser printer in Jakarta office was transferred from Makassar office, however printer sensor needs repair and therefore it is cheaper to purchase a new printer.  Two air conditions are for the Kendari and Manado offices to accommodate the larger area with the increased number of staff (from the district offices).  Two units are for the new Makassar office (since the current air conditioners in the current office belong to the landlord). To be used in the Jakarta office. To replace the cell phone of the Regional Planning Advisor as his current phone no longer functions well. Additional furniture is required for the larger offices for Manado and Kendari as well as the new office in Makassar (the furniture in the current office belong to the landlord).

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Annex B: Performance Measurement Framework (updated 17 April 2014) INDICATORS

BASELI NE DATA25

ORIGINAL TARGETS

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY

ULTIMATE OUTCOME Improved capacity of government and civil society to develop and implement policies, processes and systems for effective decentralized services. # of new policies, procedures and reforms relevant to BASICS objectives26 approved, implemented.

None

15 – 20

10

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National, provincial and selected district/city governments

Mid-term review and End of Project Evaluation

Mid-term End of Project and beyond

CIDA

INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME 100 District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision27. Annual Review RENSTRA, RKPD, annually District Planning 100.1 # of districts/cities District/City KUA-PPAS or APBD, Pand Finance with plans and budgets APBD RENSTRA, Advisor that reflect MDG/MSS RKPD, RENJA (DP&FA), targets. Interview with civil society SKPD, Provincial key informants, CSO 0 10 4-6 14 KUA/PPAS, Coordinators APBD analysis results. APBD, P(PCs) and Evaluation of findings of APBD District Local Gov’t Performance Facilitators Audit. (DFs) 100.2 # of districts/cities implementing plans and budgets that reflect MDG/MSS targets.

0

10

4-6

14

Annual District/City Budget Realization Report, District/City

Annual District/City Budget Realization (acronym), and Accountability Description Documents review, Results of CSO APBD

annually

DP&FA, PCs, DFs

25

Baseline information and targets to be confirmed in consultation with provincial and districts/city partners. For the purposes of this PMF, “relevant to BASICS objectives” is operationalized as meaning policies, procedures and/or reforms which directly support more effective planning, budgeting and delivery of MDG/MSS health and education services, which are gender-responsive. 27 Note that pro-poor/poverty alleviation considerations will be covered via consideration and integration of the MDG and MSS frameworks. 26

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100.3 Perceptions of 28 quality of health and education service provision 100.4 % of selected MDG/MSS targets 29 achieved .

BASELI NE DATA25

Poor to mediocre

ORIGINAL TARGETS

80% of respondent s are positive

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

80% of respondents are positive

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

80% of respondents are positive

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

Accountability Description (LAKIP), LPPD, annual MSS achievement status report

analysis. Evaluation of findings of Local Gov’t Performance Audit.

Local population/pub lic

Citizen Satisfaction Surveys (CSS) and/or Citizen Report Cards, FGDs with citizens

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY

annually

Deputy Project Director (DPD), PCs and DFs

Government Document review, BRI Annually DPD and (line agency monitoring results beginnin DP&FA, BRI 60-80% of 60-80% of and MOHA) g in Coordinator, 0 targets from targets from reports, BRI 2010 PCs and DFs BRI-SISs BRI-SISs monitoring reports IMMEDIATE OUTCOME 110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS-based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive & environmentally sustainable manner. 110.1 # of executive DPD, DP&FA, Project reports, officials (M/F) with 300 300 600 LGCD Specialist, 0 government Document review, FGDs Annually significantly increased (200m, 100f) (150m,150f) (350m, 250f) BRI Coordinator, officials 30 knowledge/skills in PCs and DFs 60-80% of targets from BRISISs

28

The BASICS performance measurement database and related questionnaires used to assess achievement of targeted results incorporates a number of criteria and sub-indicators to help maximize the accuracy and consistency of results assessment efforts. These criteria and sub-indicators may be found in the BASICS Results Measurement Questionnaire. Criteria used to assess quality of health services (through CSS/CRC) and focus group discussions include: timely access to the service required; was the equipment needed to provide the respective service available and functioning; was competent/qualified medical personnel available to provide the service required; were the standard or required procedures completed; was the medicine (if any) required available and provided; was the medical facility clean and well-maintained; did the medical facility provide a comfortable/friendly setting for both women/girls and men/boys; overall level of satisfaction with health services provided. Criteria used to assess quality of education services (through CSS/CRC) and focus group discussions: are the teacher(s) present/attend classes consistently; are the teacher(s) qualified and competent to teach; is the curriculum locally-relevant; is the classroom setting comfortable and outfitted with basic furniture required; is other required equipment/teaching aids available and functioning properly; is the school setting comfortable/friendly for both girls and boys; overall level of satisfaction with the education services provided. These health and education quality criteria are considered and rated by project beneficiaries participating in BASICS CSS/CRCs and/or FGDs and then a final aggregate score from 1-5 is assigned for the level of satisfaction respondents in districts/cities sampled. A final average aggregate rating is then calculated. 29 For the purposes of this PMF, BASICS has defined “selected” as those MDG or MSS indicator targets targeted by respective districts/cities in their BRI-funded Health and Education Service Improvement Strategies (SPP). 30 BASICS calculates increases knowledge and skills using the following approach. Based on observations by BASICS team members and interviews with executive agency heads, it is calculated that 60% of the total number of executive officers who actively/consistently participate in BASICS activities (as per PMF Indicator 111.3) have significantly increased related skills and knowledge.

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INDICATORS

BASELI NE DATA25

ORIGINAL TARGETS

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY

planning & budgeting.

Project reports, DPRD DPRD Capacity documents, Dev’t Advisor 200 51 251 0 government Document review, FGDs Annually (DPRD CD (150m, 50f) (26m, 25f) (176m,75f) officials, Advisor), PCs legislative and DFs members OUTPUT 111: Gender responsive capacity development initiatives implemented in collaboration with selected government units 32 to support MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting. 111.1 # of gender responsive capacity development The Capacity once frameworks33 (CDFs) 0 10 (100%) 0 10 Development Document review (early GE Advisor developed in Plans 2011) collaboration34 with selected government units 111.2 Proportion (%) of Project reports, capacity development project 36 Health 50% Health 50% Document review, FGDs, frameworks 0 90% database, annually PCs and DFs Edu 40% Edu 40% rapid surveys 35 implemented District/City CDP reports 110.2 # of legislative members (M/F) with significantly increased knowledge/skills31 for review of plans & budgets.

This is the number reported for Indicator 110.1. While a further 20% of participants are deemed to have increased their knowledge and skills “moderately” and the final 20% experienced minimal to negligible improvement, these two groups are not included in the calculation of achievement of Indicator 110.1. 31 BASICS uses the same approach for calculating achievement of Indicator 110.2 as that used to calculate achievement of Indicator 110.1, except that the calculation is based on 100% (as explained in the 2012 APR )of Legislative officers participating in BASICS capacity development activities as reported under Indicator 112.1. 32 Among others, selected government agencies include: Planning, Health, Education, Women’s Empowerment, Mayor/District Head and Administrators including Finance and Organization. 33 Assessment of the gender-responsiveness of Capacity Development Frameworks is based on consideration of the following criteria: 1) CD activities specifically include targets for women and men in representative proportions; 2) CD activities will enable respective GOI agencies to increase their capacity to close gender-based service gaps (e.g. maternal health, male school drop-outs) for a 40% sample of the CDFs by the BASICS Gender Equality Advisor. 34 “Developed in collaboration” means that the CDFs preparation process was facilitated by BASICS, but the CDFs were developed based on and reflect the information and decisions provided by local government partners from the BAPPEDA, Health, Education and Women’s Empowerment agencies. 35 The BASICS assessment of the proportion of CDFs implemented is based on feedback from interviews with the heads of the district/city agencies that helped to prepare, and now utilize (to varied extents) the CDFs. This includes feedback from the heads of the district/city BAPPEDA, Health and Education agencies. 36 Note: this target was reduced from 80% to 50% which is a more realistic target year when the busy schedule and absorptive capacity of local government agencies is considered.

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INDICATORS 111.3 # of executive officials (M/F) receiving TA 111.4 Perceived 37 quality of TA provided to executive officials

BASELI NE DATA25

ORIGINAL TARGETS

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY

0

400 (250m, 150f)

500 (250m, 250f)

900 (500m, 400f)

Activity reports and databases

Document review

semiannually

DPD, PCs and DFs

Rapid surveys, FGDs, pre/post-intervention feedback

annually

DPD, PCs and DFs

Document review

semiannually

DPRD CD Advisor, PCs and DFs

Rapid surveys, FGDs, feedback from DPRD and Setwan members

annually

DPD, DPRD CD Advisor, PCs and DFs

annually

BRI Coordinator, DPD, PCs and DFs

useful, useful, useful, relevant, relevant, relevant, timely, timely, Participating none timely, gendergendergovernment previously gendersensitive sensitive, units sensitive overall good overall overall quality quality quality 38 OUTPUT 112: Gender-sensitive technical assistance delivered to selected legislative members 112.1 # of legislators 305 220 85 Activity reports (M,F) receiving TA 0 (155m, 150f) (110m, 110f) (45m, 40f) and databases

112.2 Perceptions of quality39 of TA provided to legislators

none previously

Positive, relevant appropriate, timely, gendersensitive

Positive, relevant appropriate, timely, gendersensitive

Positive, 90% relevant 90%,appropr iate 90%, gender sensitive 100%

Legislators, Legislative Secretariat, selected Government units

OUTPUT 113: Gender responsive and MDG/MSS-based service-improvement initiatives successfully implemented. 113.1 % of BRI-SIS 100% 90% activities successfully 0 80% PCC reports Document review (25/25) (495/550) implemented

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Once again, the criteria used to assess the quality of TA provided to executive officials are included in the questions and sub-indicators included in the PMF (or Results) Measurement Questionnaire) which the District Facilitators use to measure achievement of results. Criteria for assessing the quality of TA provided to executive officials to plan & budget for MDG/MSS-based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive & environmentally sustainable manner include: relevance/usefulness to key tasks and functions undertaken to plan/budget/delivery services; is the TA designed and delivered in a gender-sensitive manner; delivered in a timely fashion (synchronized with the annual planning/budgeting cycle); overall quality – is it well-designed and well-delivered by competent trainers/consultants? 38 For the purpose of BASICS, technical assistance may include; coaching, advisory services, problem-solving and transfer of technical or administrative/managerial expertise and knowledge. 39 Similar to the approach used for measuring achievement of Indicator 111.4, the criteria used to assess the quality of TA provided to legislative officials are included in the questions and subindicators included in the PMF (or Results) Measurement Questionnaire) which the District Facilitators use to measure achievement of results. Criteria to assess the quality of TA provided to legislative officials to budget for MDG/MSS-based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive & environmentally sustainable manner include: relevance/usefulness to key tasks and functions undertaken to budget for gender-responsive MDG/MSS-based health and education services; is the TA designed and delivered in a gender-sensitive manner?; delivered in a timely fashion (synchronized with the annual budgeting cycle); overall quality – is it well-designed and well-delivered by competent trainers/consultants?

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113.2 Alignment of SIS initiatives to MSS

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TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

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100% in alignment with locallydefined MSS targets

100% in alignment with locally-defined MSS targets

100% in alignment with locally-defined MSS targets

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY

Government agency MSS progress reports

Document review, PCC monitoring, BASICS monitoring

annually

BRI Coordinator, DP&FA, PCs and DFs

annually

GE Advisor (GE Advisor), Gender Trainers

113.3 % of Health and Education SISs which are gender responsive40.

Health and Review of SISs and SISEducation SIS none related materials by 70% 100% 100% documents, SIS previously BASICS Gender Advisors AWPs, SIS and/or Gender Trainers. activity TORs. Output 114: TA delivered to women’s empowerment units to support gender responsive planning and budgeting. 114.1 # of selected BPPKB units receiving TA 114.2 Perceptions of quality41 of TA provided

0

10

4

10

Activity reports and databases

Document review

annually

GE Advisor, PCs and DFs

none previously

Positive, relevant, appropriate

Positive 90%, relevant 90%, appropriate 95%

Positive 90%, relevant 90%, appropriate 95%

Partner Government units

Rapid surveys, FGDs, feedback, selfassessments

annually

GE Advisor, PCs and DFs

Document review

annually

BRI Coordinator, DPD, PCs and DFs

Output 115: Environmental protection guidelines applied as appropriate to project activities. 115.1 Extent of application to project activities by the district/city BAPPEDA, Health and Education agencies.

extremely limited attention

appropriate, sufficient for relevant activities

appropriate, sufficient for relevant activities

appropriate, sufficient for relevant activities

SIS work plans.

INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME 200: Provincial and national governments provide improved support and supervision budgets processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS -based social service provision.

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to district/city governments in planning and

40

Assessment of the gender-responsiveness of Health and Educations SISs is based on consideration of the following criteria: 1) SISs include programs and/or activities which will specifically help to bridge gender-based health and education service shortfalls (e.g. sub-standard perinatal care, school drop-out and/or illiteracy problems which are particular to boys/girls or men/women in certain locations; and2) poor attention to sex-disaggregated data for a 30% sample (3 out of 10) of the Health, and Education SISs as assessed by the BASICS Gender Equality Advisor. 41 Criteria used to assess the quality of TA provided to selected BPPKB units includes: relevance of the training to enable BPPKB’s to promote gender-responsive planning and budgeting of health and education services; relevance of the TA/training provided to key laws/regulations related to gender-responsive health and education service planning and budgeting; was the TA/training welldesigned and well-delivered by competent trainers/consultants; overall assessment of the quality of TA provided.

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INDICATORS 200.1 # of District/City governments43 reporting that support & supervision from national and provincial agencies has improved their plans and budgets. 200.2 a) quality of support and supervision provided by national and provincial government counterparts. 200.3 a) # of improved tools, procedures or policies developed and implemented by provincial government agencies to support improved planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS/ genderresp. social service provision. 200.3 b) # of improved tools, procedures or policies developed and

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TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY

0

10

4

14

District & City governments

Survey of selected agencies (SKPD) in district/cities, FGDs

annually

DPD, DP&FA, LGCD Specialist, PCs and DFs

mediocre

relevant, wellcommunicat ed, timely, consistent, very useful

relevant 90%, timely 90%, consistent 90%, useful 90%

relevant 90%, timely 90%, consistent 90%, useful 90%

District & City governments

Survey of selected agencies (SKPD) in district/cities, FGDs

annually

DPD, DP&FA, LGCD Specialist, Jakarta Liaison (JL), PCs and DFs

16

Provincial government partners

Interviews with provincial government partners, BASICS activity and progress reports

semiannually

DPD, DP&FA, LGCD Specialist, DPRD CD Advisor, Provincial Coordinators

7

National government partners

Interviews with national government partners, BASICS activity and progress reports

semiannually

DP&FA, LGCD Specialist, DPRD CD Advisor, Jakarta Liaison

none

Virtually none

8

5

8

2

As would be expected, the roles and responsibilities of national and provincial government agencies in providing “support and supervision” to district/city governments in planning and budgeting processes while sometimes mutually-reinforcing, are nevertheless not identical. BASICS has carefully reviewed all key relevant laws including;: UU 32/2004; PP 19/2010; PP 23/2011; PP 7/2008; PP 65/2005, Permendagri 6/2007; Permendagri 79/2007; Permendiknas 15/2010; Permenkes 741/2008, INPRES 3/2010 and Kepmenkes 828/2008. Conclusions drawn from this review indicate that key roles and responsibilities of national-level agencies (K/L in Indonesian) primarily comprise definition of public service standards, monitoring achievement of public services provided, confirmation of levels of national level funding, preparation of overarching regulations, technical guidelines and direction, provision of technical advice and supervision. Although they continue to evolve, with the trend toward giving provincial governors and provincial agencies more direct authority over district/city development plans, budgets and service provision, the key roles and responsibilities of province-level agencies principally focus on review of district/city plans and budgets; monitoring budget expenditure accountability, provision of technical assistance, advice and coaching, and monitoring achievement of MDGs and MSS. 43 BASICS surveys the opinions of senior officers from the district/city BAPPEDA, Health and Education agencies to obtain this data. 42

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TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY

implemented by national government agencies to support improved planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS/ genderresp. social service provision. IMMEDIATE OUTCOME 210: Strengthened capacity of provincial and national governments to support and supervise district/city planning and budgeting for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS-based social service provision. 55 210.1 # of provincial Province Province: (40m, 15f)45 and national 60 National & Interviews with MoHA, 115 DPD, LGCD Provincecounterparts (M/F) with (48m, 12f) Provincial and PCC and DCC 44 (88m,27f) 0 level Specialist, increased semidistrict/city representatives, TA National DP&FA, PCs 20 (12m, 8f) knowledge/skills to National: annually governments reports 20 (15m, 5f) support and supervise National40 (27m. 13f) level 210.2 Increased frequency of provincial frequency is Provincial and frequency is technical assistance increasing Interviews and rapid district/governm increasing provided to the frequent to DPD, LGCD 100%, ent partners surveys with principal 100%, district/cities to align infrequent regular annually Specialist, increase is (BAPPEDA, provincial and district/city significant DP&FA, PCs health and education interaction counterparts significant Health, increase 90% plans and budgets with 90% Education) MSS/MDGs. OUTPUT 211: TA provided to strengthen national and provincial MSS data management and monitoring 211.1a # of provincial Activity reports 8 23 0 12 – 15 agencies receiving TA and databases

Document review

semiannually

DPD, LGCD Specialist, DP&FA, BRI

44

BASICS calculates increased knowledge and skills using the following approach. Based on observations by BASICS team members and interviews with senior provincial government agency heads, it is calculated that 60% of the total number of provincial government officers who actively/consistently participate in BASICS activities (from BASICS database) have significantly increased related skills and knowledge. While a further 20% of participants are deemed to have increased their knowledge and skills “moderately” and the final 20% experienced minimal to negligible improvement, these two groups are not included in the calculation of achievement of Indicator 210.1. Similar logic is used to calculate the total number of national-level partners with increased knowledge and skills except that only 20% of the total number of national-level officers who participate in BASICS activities are counted as having significantly increased related skills and knowledge since attendance at national-level events tends to be less consistent with many attendees in fact “representing” and officer who holds relevant background and associated duties. 45 Despite this target having been increased in January 2011, the target is clearly still too low as BASICS data improvement and BRI initiatives have drawn the participation of an unexpectedly large number of provincial Executive officers, who are providing technical guidance, advice and coaching to district/city colleagues. BASICS will review and update this target during Q1 of 2011.

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INDICATORS

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ORIGINAL TARGETS

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY Coordinator, PCs

211.1 b) # of national partners receiving/ participating in TA

211.2 a) Provincial-level partner perceptions of 46 quality of TA provided

0

100 (60m, 40f)

100 (60m, 40f)

200 (120m, 80f)

Project activity reports and databases for activities undertaken with MOHA, MOH, MOE&C, MWE&CP or BAPPENAS

none previously

Positive, welldelivered, relevant/ applicable, gendersensitive

Positive 100%, relevant 100%, appropriate 100%, gendersensitive 100%

Positive 100%, relevant 100%, appropriate 100%, gendersensitive 100%

Provincial government partners (BAPPEDA, Setda, Health, Education agencies)

Document review

Interviews and rapid surveys with provincial counterparts

semiannually

LGCD Specialist, DP&FA, DPRD CD Advisor, Jakarta Liaison

annually

PD, JL, DPD, LGCD Specialist, DP&FA, BRI Coordinator, PCs

Positive 90%, Positive 90%, Positive, adequate to adequate to wellMOHA, MOH, LGCD Specialist, good delivery good delivery delivered, Interviews and rapid none MOE&C, DP&FA, DPRD 95%, relevant 95%, relevant relevant/ surveys with national-level annually 90%, 90%, previously MWE&CP or CD Advisor, counterparts applicable, applicable90%, applicable90%, BAPPENAS Jakarta Liaison gendergendergendersensitive sensitive 100% sensitive 100% OUTPUT 212: TA provided to strengthen capacity of provincial and national governments to disseminate regulations and policies related to MSS-based 48 planning, budgeting and provision of health and education services. 212.1 a) # provincial Activity reports DPD, JL, LGCD semi0 10 16 16 Document review government agencies and databases Specialist, annually receiving technical for activities DP&FA, DPRD

211.2 b) National-level partner perceptions of 47 quality of TA provided

46

BASICS assesses the quality of TA provided to provincial and national-level partners to strengthen MSS data management and monitoring by surveying and interviewing principal provincial partners regarding the relevance, utility/applicability and gender-responsiveness of TA provided, and the quality of the TA delivery (well-organized, user-friendly). Overall impression is also assessed. 47 BASICS assesses the quality of TA provided to provincial partners to strengthen MSS data management and monitoring by surveying and interviewing principal provincial partners regarding the relevance, utility/applicability and gender-responsiveness of TA provided, and the quality of the TA delivery (well-organized, user-friendly). Overall impression is also assessed. 48 BASICS defines “disseminate relevant regulations and policies” as the ability of principal provincial partners (e.g. BAPPEDA, Health, Education, BPPKB) and national partners (e.g. UPD1, UPD2 and FKDHL directorates at MOHA) to prepare, distribute and convey clear, “user-friendly”explanations, technical guidelines (juknis) or presentations to support effective communication of regulations and policies governing planning and budgets processes for gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS -based social service provision.

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INDICATORS

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TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

DATA SOURCES

assistance

undertaken with Setda, BAPPEDA, Health, Education, BPPKB, etc.

212.1 b) # national government agencies receiving technical assistance

Activity reports and databases for activities undertaken with MOHA, MOH, MOE&C, MWE&CP or BAPPENAS

212.2 a) Provincial partners’ perception of 49 quality of TA

0

10

10

10

none previously

Positive, welldelivered, relevant/ applicable, gendersensitive

positive 95%, relevant 100%, timely 90%, gender sensitive 100%

positive 95%, relevant 100%, timely 90%, gender sensitive 100%

Provincial government partners (BAPPEDA, Setda, Health, Education, BPPKB)

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY CD Advisor, BRI Coordinator, PCs

Document review

Interviews and rapid surveys with National & Provincial counterparts

semiannually

DPD, JL, LGCD Specialist, DP&FA, BRI Coordinator, PCs

annually

DPD, GE Advisor, JL, LGCD Specialist, DP&FA, DPRD CD Advisor, BRI Coordinator, PCs

212.2 b) National partners’ perception of quality of TA

National Positive, Postive 90%, Postive 90%, DPD, GE wellgovernment adequate to adequate to Advisor, JL, delivered, partners Interviews and rapid good delivery good delivery none LGCD Specialist, 90%, relevant 90%, relevant annually relevant/ (MOHA, MOH, surveys with National & previously DP&FA, DPRD 90%, applicable 90%, applicable Provincial counterparts applicable, MOE&C, CD Advisor, BRI 85%, gender85%, gendergenderMOWE&CP, Coordinator, PCs sensitive 100% sensitive 100% BAPPENAS) sensitive OUTPUT 213: TA provided to provincial and national government to promote innovation to support implementation of the MSS-based service provision. 50 Relevant100%, Relevant100%, 213.1 a) Effectiveness none relevant, Provincial Periodic surveys, Key annually DPD, JL, LGCD applicable applicable of TA provided to previously applicable, government Informant Interviews Specialist, 100%, timely 100%, timely provincial partners timely, counterparts, DP&FA, BRI

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BASICS assesses the quality of TA provided to provincial and national partners to disseminate regulations and policies related to MSS-based planning and budgeting and provision of health and education services by surveying and interviewing principal provincial partners regarding the relevance/applicability, gender-responsiveness and overall quality of delivery of TA provided..

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INDICATORS

213.1 b) Effectiveness of TA provided to national partners

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213.2 a) # of provincial (M/F) counterparts receiving TA to support MSS-based service provision. 213.2 b) # of national (M/F) counterparts receiving TA to support MSS-based service provision.

none previously

0

0

ORIGINAL TARGETS gendersensitive relevant, applicable, timely, gendersensitive 120 (90m, 30f) Provincelevel

30 (20m, 10f) Nationallevel

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD

75%, gender sensitive 100%

75%, gender sensitive 100%

relevant 90%, applicable 90%, timely 75%, gender sensitive 100%

relevant 90%, applicable 90%, timely 75%, gender sensitive 100%

National government counterparts, project reports

Periodic surveys, Key Informant Interviews

annually

100 (80m, 20f)

220 (170m, 50f)

Activity reports and databases

Document review

semiannually

20 (15m, 5f)

50 (35m, 15f)

Activity reports and databases

Document review

semiannually

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

project reports

RESPONSIBILI TY Coordinator, GE Advisor, PCs DPD, JL, LGCD Specialist, DP&FA, BRI Coordinator, GE Advisor DPD, LGCD Specialist, DP&FA, BRI Coordinator, GE Advisor, PCs DPD, LGCD Specialist, DP&FA, BRI Coordinator, Jkt. Liaison, GE Advisor

INTERMEDIATE OUTCOME 300 52 Civil Society provide improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS -based social service provision, and provide technical services to district/city governments. 53

300.1 Quality of information, findings and/or recommendations contributed to support

often unreliable, weak analysis, limited

reliable, accurate, relevant gender

N/A

reliable, accurate, relevant gender

Provincial and District/City Government counterparts, project reports

Interviews and rapid surveys with Provincial and District/City counterparts, document review

annually

Civil Society Engagement Advisor (CSE Advisor), PCs and DFs

50

BASICS assesses the effectiveness of TA provided to provincial partners to promote innovation to support implementation of MSS-based health and education service provision by surveying and interviewing principal provincial partners regarding the relevance, applicability, timeliness and gender-responsiveness of TA provided.. 51 BASICS assesses the effectiveness of TA provided to provincial partners to promote innovation to support implementation of MSS-based health and education service provision by surveying and interviewing principal provincial partners regarding the relevance, applicability, timeliness and gender-responsiveness of TA provided.. 52 For the purposes of BASICS; "Civil society includes civil society organizations, non-government organizations, women’s/gender equality groups, professional associations, universities and the private sector." 53

For the purposes of indicator 300.1, BASICS defines the sub-target criteria in the following manner: “reliable” means that if another qualified person or CSO went out to collect the same information, or answer the same question, the information yielded would be the same – that is would be consistent with the information provided by the individual or CSO; “accurate” means that the information is factually correct, and provided at a sufficient level of detail; “relevant” means that the information is directly related to the question or issue that the executive or legislative respondent is concerned about – that is, the information helps him/her to fulfill their key tasks and functions (tupoksi); and “gender sensitive” means that the information considers the practical and strategic needs of women and girls, and men and boys vis-à-vis the issue or problem being discussed.

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20

N/A

20

Provincial and District/City Government counterparts, project, CSOs

Interviews and rapid surveys with Provincial and District/City counterparts, document review

semiannually

CSO Engagement Advisor, PCs and DFs

satisfied to very satisfied

N/A

satisfied to very satisfied

Provincial and District/City Government counterparts (Line agencies, DPRDs)

Rapid opinion surveys, FGDs

annually

CSO Engagement Advisor, PCs and DFs

8 CSOs, 6-8 local individual consultants

N/A

8 CSOs, 6-8 local individual consultants

Provincial and District/City Gov’t counterparts, project, CSOs

Interviews and rapid surveys with Provincial and District/City counterparts, document review

semiannually

CSO Engagement Advisor, PCs and DFs

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planning & budgeting processes.

context, gender blind

sensitive

300.2 # of planning/budgeting process inputs (tools, guides, studies, surveys, training modules, training/ orientation/ facilitation events) contributed by civil society entities to district/city governments 300.3 Degree of district/city government satisfaction with technical services provided by civil society entities

Virtually none

few examples exist, but generally viewed as unsatisfact ory very few and only in cities or provincial capitals

INDICATORS

300.4: # of civil society entities supported by the project providing technical services on an 54 ongoing basis .

DATA SOURCES

DATA COLLECTION METHODS

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY

IMMEDIATE OUTCOME 310: Strengthened capacity of civil society to effectively engage with district/city governments on gender responsive and environmentally sustainable planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social service provision. 310.1 # CSOs with knowledge/skills 55 regularly engaging

5 - 1056

20 at least 5 of which are women’s/GE

N/A

20 at least 5 of which are women’s/GE

District/City Government counterparts

Interviews and rapid surveys with Provincial and District/City

semiannually

CSO Engagement Advisor, PCs and

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This indicator measures the number of civil society entities who are providing technical services to local government on an ongoing basis and are being paid to do so, or at least having related operating costs covered by local government. 55 “Regular” engagement is defined as active participation in at least two substantial events or meetings/year such as MUSRENBANG, Forum SKPD, multistakeholder forums regarding APBD use or citizen report cards findings, or sector-specific events such as multi-stakeholder education or health fora held by government agencies.

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with district/city governments 57

310.2 Quality of CSO engagement with government counterparts

CSOs

poor

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD CSOs

DATA SOURCES (Line agencies, DPRDs)

DATA COLLECTION METHODS counterparts, document review, CSO training evaluations. Interviews and rapid surveys with Provincial and District/City counterparts, document review

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY DFs,

good to very N/A good to very District/City annually CSO good, good, Government Engagement relevant/ relevant/ counterparts Advisor, PCs and applicable, applicable, (Line agencies, DFs productive productive DPRDs) gender gender sensitive sensitive OUTPUT 311: Gender responsive & environmentally sensitive TA provided to relevant civil society entities to increase their ability to effectively engage with district/city governments. 311.1 # of civil society 0 60 of which N/A 60 of which at Project Document analysis semiCSO entities receiving TA at least 8 least 8 are implementation annually Engagement are women’s/GE and progress Advisor, PCs and women’s/GE CSOs reports DFs CSOs 311.2 Perception of none very good, N/A very good, CSO partners Capacity development annually CSO 58 quality of TA provided previously practical, practical, evaluation data, Engagement gender gender interviews/FGDs, surveys Advisor, PCs and sensitive sensitive DFs 59 OUTPUT 312: Civil society engagement mechanisms established and/or strengthened. 312.1 # of mechanisms Virtually 15 N/A 15 District/City Document review, annually CSO established and/or none Government interviews and post-event Engagement strengthened and civil society assessments Advisor, PCs and counterparts, DFs project reports 60 Virtually useful/ useful/ 312.2 Quality of N/A District/City Document review, annually CSO none to productive, productive, mechanisms Government interviews and post-event Engagement These include the Dewan Pendidikan, which is often “facilitated’ by local governments and professional organizations such as the Indonesian Association of Midwives, Indonesian Association of Doctors, etc. 57 BASICS assesses the effectiveness of TA provided civil society entities to increase their ability to effectively engage with district/city governments on gender responsive and environmentally sustainable planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social service provision by surveying and interviewing civil society partners regarding the overall quality, relevance/applicability, productivity and gender-responsiveness of TA provided.. 58 BASICS assesses the effectiveness of TA provided civil society entities to increase their ability to effectively engage with district/city governments by surveying and interviewing civil society partners regarding the overall quality, practicality and gender-sensitivity of TA provided.. 59 Examples of “engagement mechanisms” include: a multi-stakeholder forum or working group, or a collaborative procedure established or undertaken. 56

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INDICATORS established

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assess

applicable, multistakeholder

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD applicable, multistakeholder

DATA SOURCES and civil society partners, project reports

DATA COLLECTION METHODS assessments

FREQU ENCY

RESPONSIBILI TY Advisor, PCs and DFs

IMMEDIATE OUTCOME 320 Strengthened capacity of selected local civil society stakeholders as local capacity development providers, able to provide gender responsive & environmentally sensitive technical services a few at 15 orgs. and 15 orgs. and annually 320.1 # of civil society N/A CSOs including Rapid surveys of CSOs, CSO provincial 15 15 individuals stakeholders with universities, local consultants, Line Engagement level only individuals with at least agencies and DPRDs increased knowledge local Advisor, PCs and with at least 20% women DFs and skills able to provide consultants, line 20% women or GE-focused agencies, their services to or GEgovernment entities DPRDs focused Virtually useful/releva useful/relevan Provincial and annually 320.2 Government N/A Interviews and rapid CSO none to nt, add t, add value, assessment of quality of District/City surveys with Provincial Engagement assess value, wellwell-designed, Government technical services and District/City Advisor, PCs and designed, well-delivered counterparts DFs provided by civil society counterparts, document wellentities. review (Line agencies, delivered DPRDs) OUTPUT 321: TA provided to civil society entities, including GE/women’s organizations, to enable them to provide technical services to district/city governments. 321.1 # of civil society 0 10 orgs and N/A 40 orgs and Project reports Document review semiCSO entities receiving TA to 10 20 individuals and database, annually Engagement assist them in becoming individuals with at least CSO reports Advisor, PCs and sustainable technical with at least 20% women DFs service providers. 20% women or GE-focused or GEfocused61

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BASICS assesses the quality of civil society engagement mechanisms established and/or strengthened to support effective engagement with district/city governments on gender responsive and environmentally sustainable planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social service provision by surveying and interviewing principal district/city partners and civil society partners regarding the usefulness and productivity of respective mechanisms and whether or not the mechanism engages multiple stakeholder groups. 61 Note that these targets have were revised (downward) in March 2012 to reflect more realistic targets based on the project’s experience and updated (2012) strategy for strengthening technical service providers, which uses 1-2 regional CSOs and 3-4 provincial capital-based CSOs to provide technical services while simultaneously strengthening a select number of committed, capable district/city-level CSOs. This is a major departure from the project’s earlier efforts to develop and strengthen technical service providers which involved many dozens of local CSOs.

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321.2 Perception of 62 quality of TA provided

none previously

very good, practical, welldelivered, technically sound

TARGETS FOR EXTENSION PERIOD N/A

REVISED TARGET PROJECT PERIOD very good, practical, welldelivered, technically sound

DATA SOURCES CSOs and other civil society entities

DATA COLLECTION METHODS Interviews, FGDs, rapid surveys

FREQU ENCY annually

RESPONSIBILI TY CSO Engagement Advisor, PCs and DFs

62

BASICS assesses the quality of TA provided to civil society entities, including GE/women’s organizations, to enable them to provide technical services to district/city governments by surveying respective civil society partners regarding the overall quality, quality of delivery, practicality and technical-soundness of TA provided.

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Annex C: Sustainability Strategies by Intermediate and Immediate Outcome (100 & 300) BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision.

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100

110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.

Outputs supporting achievement of Immediate Outcome 110 and Intermediate Outcome 100:       

Strengthened and implementation of local regulations/law related MSS based education and health planning and budgeting for the planners; Improving process and quality of district planning and budgeting and outcomes as discuss in the multi- stakeholders forum; Application of smart practices on APBD of districts/cities; The preparation of the ‘Peraturan Bupati’ regarding midwife and healer’s commitments; Strengthened the capacity of budget teams MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting, gender-responsive and environmentally sustainable technical assistance delivered to selective legislative members; Gender-responsive, environmentally sustainable, MDG/MSS-based service-improvement initiatives successfully implemented.

Output 114: Technical assistance delivered to women’s empowerment units to support gender-responsive planning and budgeting. Output 115: Environment protection guidelines applied as appropriate to project activities. Concrete indications of achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100 by key stakeholders : List concrete signs/indications that key stakeholders have achieved the Intermediate Outcome: 

Accurate and reliable regional MDG/MSS-based databases with geospatial mapping that provides essential data for improved planning;



Instruments for MSS unit costing for selected health and education indicators that provide essential information for improved budgeting;



MDG/MSS-based gender responsive planning and budgeting tools for training and application;



Local legislation, regulations, guidelines, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and training materials for use by district/city and provincial governments (executive and legislative) for improved MSS implementation and service delivery.



MDG/MSS based gender-responsive analysis of local budget expenditures using participatory multi-stakeholder and multi-sector processes involving district/city government representatives (executive and legislative) and civil society actors (including local media)



A significant proportion of targeted prioritized Health and Education MSS are increased and achieved.



Prioritized MSS-based Health and Education gender-responsive and environmentally sound services are increased in order to help MDGs achievement.



Key planning documents (RKPD) clearly target achievement of prioritized Health and Education MSS/MDGs and are gender-responsive.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision.

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100

110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.



Key budgeting documents (APBD, KUA PPAS, P-APBD) clearly support achievement of prioritized Health and Education MSS/MDGs and are gender-responsive.



The increase of the budget allocation in APBD/APBDP document of programs that directly supportthe achievement of MSS/MDGs.



Several initiatives to support the achievement of MSS/MDGs through government documents and applied, such as: o o o o o o o o o o

Bupati/Mayoral Instruction in respect to educators distribution and education Bupati/MayoralInstruction in respect to health workers distribution Bupati/Mayoral Instruction in respect to health insurance for pregnant women at high risk Bupati/Mayoral Instruction in respect to achievement MSS/MDGs data applications in support of district planning and budgeting documents Bupati/Mayoral Instruction in respect to standard operating system for Maternal-Neonatal Emergency Bupati/Mayorial Instruction in respect to SOP preparation in workforce system in health center and its networks Bupati/Mayorial Instruction in respect to SOP preparation in referral of obstetric complications Bupati/Mayorial Instruction in respect to preparation of district health systems to support a minimum standard of health care Bupati/Mayorial Instruction in respect to management of health workers and academics staff contracts And others of a similar nature.

Concrete indications that key stakeholders possess the capacity (knowledge, skills, attitudes) required to achieve Immediate Outcome 100:  List critical knowledge, skills, attitudes/commitment that key stakeholders possess and apply to support achievement of Outcome 100: o Commitmentto support program andbudget allocation of informal education to reduce illiteracy o Commitment to support program and budget allocation to encourage children back to school o Commitment to support program and budget allocation inhandling support costs for poor families with regards to maternal referral o Commitment to support program and budget allocation in order to reduce mortality of pregnant women, infant and children in the village through ‘desa siaga aktif’. 

Some technical knowledge and skills of health affairs and education can be applied as: o Application of KTSP (Locally-relevant School Curriculum) document containing the vision, mission, structure and curriculum of the school) o Application of KTSP (Locally-relevant School Curriculum) 2nddocumentscontain syllabus, RPP (lesson plans) and scholl assessment o Implementation of PKBM (Community Learning Center) program o Implementation of PONED (Care Basic Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care) o Implementation of AMP(Audit Maternal Perinatal) to examine cases of maternal and infant mortality



Key Health, Regional Hospital, Education, Kantor Agama and BAPPEDA agency officers possess and apply the knowledge, skills and commitment required to for MSS/MDG-responsive Health and Education services planning & budgeting which is gender responsive (e.g. understand and apply: MSS-based planning, MSS-based budgeting, MSS-based gender-responsive, Health & Education prioritized services).

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision.

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100

110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.



Health and Education agencies have established MSS-based data management systems and use and maintain these systems to establish plans and budgets to achieve prioritized MSS.



MSS costing tools and approaches are used to develop strategic, realistic health and education services budgets.



Forum SKPD events related to health and education MSS reflect a strong focus on prioritized MSS and MDGs, are gender responsive and undertaken in a participatory and multi stakeholder manner.



District/City budget teams understand and apply the principles required to develop health and education services and budgets which promote achievement of prioritized health and education MSS.



DPRD members are familiar with and understand locally-prioritized MSS and MDGs.



DPRD members are able to analyze APBD and P-APBD documents to ensure target achievement of prioritized Health and Education services in a gender-responsive manner.



Health, Regional Hospital, Education, Kantor Agama and BAPPEDA agencies collect, maintain and analyze sex-disaggregated data as a standard operating practice.



Health, Regional Hospital, Education, Kantor Agama and BAPPEDA agencies adopt and apply at least some aspects of the BASICS Good Environmental Practices Guidelines to support a “do-noharm” orientation..



Key executive agencies and DPRD members have increased ability to identify and apply relevant best practices, information sources and technical assistance to support better quality MSS/MDG-based planning & budgeting. o





Some best practices examples, as follow are concrete indicators that stakeholders possess the skills:  Kab. Buton Utara: Kampung Waraka (Desa Sehat) Management  Kab. Konawe Selatan: Active Desa Siaga management through a partnership approach midwife and healer, the community blood bank management system  Baubau: PKBM Professional Management  Kab. Kolaka Utara: Maternal and Child health care through local health system  Kab. Minahasa Utara: Application of health data management  Kabupaten Sangihe: Application of education data management  Kab. Sangihe, Sitaro, Buton Utara, Baubau: handling of unequal distribution of health and education personnel.  Kabupaten/Kota have successfully followed the proper PERDA process producing MSS/MDG focused PERDA. Key executive agencies and DPRDs function in a more transparent and accountable manner including respect for the access to information rights of the public and increased openness to share information with local media. BPPKB, BAPPEDA and focal point gender groups are more confident and play active roles in MSS/MDGs-based socialization, facilitation and advocacy of PUG and PPRG to SKPD, DPRD and communities.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision.

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100

110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.

What capacity development activities must be undertaken to assure that required capacities (knowledge, skills, attitudes/commitment) are acquired by key stakeholders?  What key capacity development efforts must still be undertaken and with which stakeholders? o

Capacity building in the aspect of system, procedure, data and individual/technical skills must be undertaken by stakeholders from SKPD and the Legislators as well as by the CSO.

 Some examples of focus activities in the Annual Workplan BRI 2014: o Baseline Data Collection and Analysis of MSS/MDGs in Basic Education and Health in Four new districts o Preparation of BRI Workplan in four new regions o Implementation Workshop on the Application of MSS/MDGs based on BASICS Smart Practices o BASICS Smart Practice replication in new regions to accelerate MSS and MDGs achievement o Monitoring and Evaluation of BRI Program  Continued, but highly-targeted collaboration with a small number of selected district/city governments in North and Southeast Sulawesi for continued piloting, testing, refining and evaluating of innovative approaches to service delivery in health and education to prepare for and support the replication process. 

Application of basics education unit cost calculation instrument to support basic education service planning and budgeting in Kota Baubau.



Monitoring and support for the continued implementation of MDG/MSS-based local laws in the 4 new districts as well as in Minut (Health), Konsel (Health), Sitaro (Education) and Wakatobi (Education and Health). In collaboration with FKDHL/MOHA, document lessons learned and related best practices.



Major focus on collaborative efforts between provincial and district/city partners to support replication of smart practices and innovations in other sub-districts, districts and cities in the province to help bridge MDG/MSS achievement gaps.



Further coaching on the collection, management and analysis of MSS-based health and education data.



Technical assistance to help selected executive agencies in districts/cities to prepare annual work plans (RKPD) which directly support achievement of prioritized health and education MSS.



Advanced coaching on analysis of APBD for DPRD members to enable them to confirm that local budgets provide adequate allocations to support achievement of prioritized health and education MSS.



Continued technical assistance to selected DPRDs and relevant executive agencies to facilitate preparation of regulations (perda) and decrees (SK) to support MSS-based planning and budgeting for prioritized health and education services.



Facilitate technical assistance to the budgeting teams (Tim Anggaran) of selected districts/cities to enable them to analyze proposed health and education budgets into a draft APBD to present to the Governor as a representative in the province to ensure that it adequately supports achievement of prioritized health and education MSS.



Technical assistance to BPPKB, Gender Working Group (Pokja Gender) and Gender Focal Points in a small number of selected districts/cities to enable effective mainstreaming of gender equality considerations in MSS-based health and education planning, budgeting and service provision.



Further orientation and coaching on the application of the BASICS Good Environmental Management Guidelines for District Coordination Committee members in participating districts/cities.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision.

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100

110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.

What innovation development activities – that is development of knowledge products, procedures, smart practices, regulations, etc. need to be developed, piloted and finalized to support achievement of Outcome 100?  What key knowledge products have been or will be developed further in 2014 and with whom? o Book/practical guide: active management of ‘desa siaga’ in handling maternal and infant mortality. In collaboration with Health agency and Ministry of Health o Book/guide: management of contract health workers with sources of legitimate funds outside the APBD and APBN, with the Health agency, the Regional Employment Board and the Ministry of Health o Book/Practical guide: Practical experience through WARAKA maternal handling and the People’s Insurance for high risk pregnant women who are less capable. In collaboration with Butur Health agency, BAPPEDA and Ministry of Health o Book/Practical guide: PKBM management model to reduce the rate of illiteracy. In collaboration with Dinas Pendidikan, Pemuda dan Olahraga and Kementerian Pendidikan Nasional. o Book/guide: school dropouts handling. In collaboration with Dinas Pendidikan, Pemuda dan Olahraga and Kementerian Pendidikan Nasional o Book/guide: process and MSS/MDGs data management application in Kab. Wakatobi, Minahasa Utara, Sangihe and Butur. Cooperation partners: Bappeda and Sekretariat Daerah (Biro Organisasi and Tata Laksana and Kemendagri). Also, among others, key knowledge products that have been or will be further developed and packaged include:  examples of local laws (perda) mandating MDG/MSS/gender-responsive planning and budgeting and frameworks for monitoring application of respective laws;  government regulations, technical guidelines and monitoring frameworks to support management of MDG/MSS-based special allocation funds (BKKKes);  guidelines and training modules to facilitate MDG/MSS/gender-responsive analysis of APBD and expenditures by executive, legislative and civil society stakeholders  technical guidelines to inform and support gender-responsive planning and budgeting;  various sets of standard operating procedures (MSS-based databases, health and education unit cost calculation instruments).  Sets of training packages designed to introduce key project stakeholders (national, provincial and district/city) to selected innovations and how to use and apply them locally in different contexts.  What procedures, practices, SOPs, regulations have been or will be developed in 2014 and with whom? o Testing, refinement and application of prioritized health and education MSS unit cost instruments to support rational budgeting of MSS-based health and education services. o Simple guide illustrating the interface (complementarity and cross-over) of selected MDG indicators with health and education MSS indicators. o Develop and pilot locally-appropriate versions of Program Kemitraan Bidan-Dukun. o Practical, concrete guide (pedoman) to enable DPRD members in their analysis of APBD to ensure that budget allocations support achievement of health and education MSS in a gender-equitable manner. o Work with key North Sulawesi Government partners to help develop and pilot a Provincial Special Funds Support for District/City health and education (Dana Bantuan Keuangan Khusus Kesehatan – BKKKes) funding instrument (Urusan Bersama) to bridge funding gaps which could otherwise hamper adequate provision of prioritized health MSS. o Training modules on gender-responsive MSS-based health and education services planning and budgeting.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision.

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100

110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.

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Data collection methods in Health and education using PRA methodology via civil society organizations MSS data systems that support unit costing for woman and child health Packaging the BRI approach to achieve MDGs via MSS A standard operating procedure to manage granted assets in the regions Other innovations, procedures, practices, SOPs or regulations that are currently being developed in BASICS Disseminate and advocacy product and management knowledge products to Province (BPPKB, training center, PSG-in University, Women CSO) and National (KPPPA, Kemdagri, Bappenas, other donor agencies). Compiling experience and lesson learned in districts as an advocacy mechanism capacity building and gender mainstreaming approach Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting (PPRG) at the Province and National level (KPP and PA).

What advocacy/promotional efforts must be undertaken to assure that innovations are tested, disseminated and adopted or institutionalized by parties assuming responsibility for sustainable achievement of Outcome 100? What key advocacy, promotional and “social marketing” efforts will be required? Health and Education Service Planning: 

Replication of MSS-based Health (Minut model) and Education in the 4 new provinces in 2014 databases in remaining BASICS districts and cities to achieve critical mass.



Training on gender-responsive MDG/MSS-based planning and budgeting for planners and gender focal points in BAPPEDA, health, regional hospital, education and the regional representatives of the Ministry of Religious Affairs with progress and strategies from Kota Baubau to be showcased.



Training of selected DPRD members on MDG/MSS/gender-responsive budget analysis in collaboration with MOHA (OTDA and Diklat), BAPPENAS and regional universities as a dissemination activity.



Technical support to executive and legislative stakeholders to facilitate and monitor implementation of MDG/MSS-based local laws (perda) governing health and education planning, budgeting and service provision. Some of these in non-BASICS districts/cities.



Compilation of lessons learned in developing and implementing MDG/MSS-based local laws, and training (in collaboration Diklat/MOHA, Diklat/BAPPENAS, ASDEKSI and regional universities) to support formulation of similar laws in other jurisdictions through these institutions.



Training on MDG/MSS/Gender-responsive budgeting for legislature secretariat (SETWAN) officers in collaboration with FKDHL/MOHA and ASDEKSI where the training will be shared with other districts and cities through these organizations.

Implementation of Health and Education Service Improvement Strategies have emphasized the following in 2010 to 2013 and will emphasize these in the 4 new districts/cities in 2014:    

Implementation and monitoring of the 10 Education Services Improvement Strategies. Implementation and monitoring of the 10 Health Services Improvement Strategies. Application of tools, instruments and regulations generated with BRI assistance to selected (problematic) sub-districts to bridge priority MDG and MSS gaps Advocacy for regulations and planning and budgeting documents based on innovations, smart practices and lessons learned from BRI initiatives.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision.

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100

110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.

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Harmonization of BRI health and education innovations to add-value and efficacy to national-level programs such as Desa SiagaAktif, Kejar Paket A dan B literacy programs, Wajib Belajar 9 Tahun, and Sarjana Mengajar di Daerah Terpencil, Terdepan dan Terluar. Continued application of BASICS Good Environmental Management Guidelines with provincial and district/city partners63. Planning and preparation of BRI proposals and work plans and replicate the BRI model for bridging MDG and MSS gaps in hitherto “non-BASICS” districts and cities. Again pending PCC and PSC agreement, BRI activities in Southeast Sulawesi may largely be dedicated to replicating the BRIinspired Special Allocation Fund for Accelerating Achievement of Health-related MDGs and MSS in BASICS and “non-BASICS” districts/cities in Southeast Sulawesi. Identify, then work with suitable partners to develop, test, improve and disseminate various training modules and products. Work with UNICEF, Kabupaten Takalar and selected BASICS districts/cities to develop, pilot and refine locally-appropriate Program Kemitraan Bidan-Dukun. Other advocacy/promotional activities developed in one of the 10 BASICS districts/cities and tried and tested in another BASICS area before packaging. Build a sense of belonging to product and product knowledge management by involving the parties that are expected to disseminate and ensure the use of product that have been produced (KPP and PA, Kemdagri, BPPKB Province and district/city). Encourage BASICS activities replication with APBD budget.

Key Partner Organizations and Stakeholders to work with: Which are the particular stakeholders and organizations who can benefit from, sustain and expand the gains of the initiative?  Office of the Bupati/Walikota (SEKDA’s Office, Biro Ortala, Biro Keuangan), BAPPEDA, Health Agency, Education Agency, Regional Hospital, Kantor Agama, BPPKB Agency at district/city level.  LAN, Diklat, strengthened service providers (certain; universities/faculty members, regional/local consultants, professional organizations, regional and local NGOs/CSOs)  Selected local and regional media.  MOHA, MOH, MOE&C and Ministry of Women’s Empowerment  Relevant donors and projects.  Technical service units, such as: Puskesmas, Schools and PKBM (Non-formal Community Education Centres) Organization(s) or Groups that will be assuming responsibility: Which particular unit(s), line agencies, organization(s), group(s) or individuals will assume responsibility for achieving various aspects of Outcome 100?    

Health Agency, Education Agency, BAPPEDA, Biro Ortala, Biro Keuangan, BPPKB at district/city level DPRD Head, DPRD Commission Heads, Sekwan LAN, Diklat, strengthened service providers (certain; universities/faculty members, regional/local consultants, professional organizations, regional and local NGOs/CSOs) Certain local and regional media

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Although the project does not intend to fund any construction or equipment acquisition activities under the BRI component during 2014, project management will continue to ensure promotion of the Good Environmental Management Guidelines as and when needed.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

100: District/city governments develop and implement plans and budgets leading to more responsive, gender-equitable, environmentally sustainable MDG/MSS – based social service provision.

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 100

110: Strengthened capacity of district/city executive officials and legislative members to plan & budget for MDG/MSS – based social service provision in a participatory, gender responsive and environmentally sustainable manner.

Other important considerations:  Detailed knowledge and innovation management strategies and plans must be developed and operationalized immediately to support sustainability efforts.  Timely, practical and effective systems for “catching” and documenting smart practices, lessons learned and improved procedures must be developed and implemented to support sustainability efforts.  Cadre of competent writers and “packagers” required to help develop, refine and improve knowledge products and other innovations.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 310

300:Civil Society provide improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS-based social service provision, and provide technical services to district/city governments. 310: Strengthened capacity of civil society to effectively engage with district district/city governments on gender responsive and environmentally sustainable planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social service provision. 320: Strengthened capacity of selected civil society stakeholders as local capacity development providers able to provide gender responsive and environmentally sensitive technical services

Outputs supporting achievement of Immediate Outcome 310 and 320 and Intermediate Outcome 300: Output 311: Capacity of CSOs developed. Output 312: CSO information sharing forums and consultation mechanisms established /strengthened Output 321: Capacities of CSOs, GE/women’s organizations, local service providers developed and services disseminated. Concrete indications of achievement of Intermediate Outcome 300 by key stakeholders : List concrete signs/indications that key stakeholders have achieved the Intermediate Outcome:  There are a number of Provincial CSOs with District/City CSO affiliates able to perform budget analysis includes revenue, expenditure and financing as well as performing budget tracking (or at least using the budget tracking information provided to them by Provincial or regional CSOs) as one way of monitoring budget implementation.  There are a number of Provincial CSOs with District/City CSO affiliates who are able to conduct citizen satisfaction surveys (CSS) as one means of citizen surveillance to improve the quality of public services.  There are a number of documents (policy papers, reports of studies, as well as academic texts) proposed by the CSOs which are used by the executive and the legislative to improve planning and budgeting, particularly in achieving the MDGs through the implementation of MSS health and education sectors.  A number of CSOs are involved in participatory meetings held by executive (such as Musrenbang, SKPD Forum, and discussions of KUA-PPAS and RAPBD) as well as legislative (hearings, and public consultations), particularly in discussion on planning and budgeting to achieve goals of MDGs through the implementation of MSS health and education sectors.  Assistance/technical services have been provided regularly by the CSOs to the executive and legislative bodies. Concrete indications that key stakeholders possess the capacity (knowledge, skills, attitudes) required to achieve Immediate Outcome 300: List critical knowledge, skills, attitudes/commitment that key stakeholders possess and apply to support achievement of Outcome 300:  CSOs are able to establish collaboration with the executives, legislative and media in promoting the achievement of MDGs through implementation of the MSS, particularly in the health and education sectors.  CSO Generated budget analysis, budget tracking and citizen satisfaction surveys are tools and approaches which are used in pushing strategic, realistic, and effective budget allocation to improve the quality of public services, particularly in health and education sectors.  Through the support of CSOs, the DPRD members understand and are able to perform budget analysis to ensure budget allocation that supports the achievement of MSS/MDGs.  The multi-stakeholder approach is used in Musrenbang and SKPD Forum, promoting more strategic, realistic, and effective work programs to achieve MDGs through the implementation of MSS.  DPRD often conduct public consultations to help review local budget (APBD).  The existence of openness, accountability and a participatory approach from executives and DPRD members which pushes the achievement of MSS/MDGs. The plausible assumption is that the efforts of the BASICS CSO capacity development in this ability is at least in part credited with this achievement.

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 310

300:Civil Society provide improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS-based social service provision, and provide technical services to district/city governments. 310: Strengthened capacity of civil society to effectively engage with district district/city governments on gender responsive and environmentally sustainable planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social service provision. 320: Strengthened capacity of selected civil society stakeholders as local capacity development providers able to provide gender responsive and environmentally sensitive technical services

What capacity development activities must be undertaken to assure that required capacities (knowledge, skills, attitudes/commitment) are acquired by key stakeholders? What key capacity development efforts must still be undertaken and with which stakeholders?  Illustrative and results oriented work will continue to be pursued and undertaken collaboratively by district/city governments (executive and legislative) with selected regional civil society actors to conduct MDG/MSS-based gender-responsive analysis of APBD expenditures, and MSS-focussed Citizen Satisfaction Surveys based on high-quality technical support provided to district/city governments by regional and provincial civil society actors.  Selected initiatives to increase the demand-side for better quality, MSS-based health and education services at the provincial level including: o Strengthen the regional/provincial network of civil society entities undertaking APBD analysis and budget expenditure tracking activities via development of a joint website, training of citizen journalists, and strengthening civil society – media ties.  Work with provincial civil society networks and coalitions to provide input to national level actors (including Kesbangpol at MOHA) on the revisions to the national law governing civil society organizations (UU CSO) to actively lobby to increase opportunities for CSOs to provide technical services to support more responsive social service planning and budgeting.  The capacity of budget analysis that focuses on revenue, expenditure and financing, so the budget analysis will be more comprehensive. The income analysis is important in analyzing local fiscal autonomy, while the expenditure is important in analyzing effectiveness and efficiency of budget allocation, and the financing is important in analyzing local ability in assets management. This capacity development can occur at the district/city level, provincial level or regional level with the analyses being done on District or city budgets and expenditures. For instance, the detailed analysis can and will occur at the provincial or regional levels and passed on to the CSOs at the K/K levels to use in their service provision to the executive and legislative bodies. Therefore the capacity developed at the K/K level will be in the capacity to understand and promote the positive changes needed in these budgets to accomplish MSS-based social service provision in the health and education sectors  Capacity of budget advocacy through budget tracking skills, a skill in analyzing from planning to budget implementation, as well as how to develop an effective lobbying skill to promote the positive changes needed in budget preparation and implementation.  The capacity to manage multi-stakeholder collaboration, particularly in facilitating CSO forum or Multistakeholder forum which is one of the main the targets of the BASICS program for CSOs.  Capacity of advocacy and negotiation, particularly in pushing the agenda of the public (as legitimately represented by the CSOs) to both SKPD and DPRD. These skills include the ability to conduct presentations, negotiations, and alliance building between CSOs. It also includes the development of relationships with the media.  Capacity of citizen monitoring through the Citizen Satisfaction Survey to improve the quality of feedback to the legislative and executive branches of government on the quality of their MSS-based social public services. What innovation development activities – that is development of knowledge products, procedures, smart practices, regulations, etc. need to be developed, piloted and finalized to support achievement of Outcome 300? What key knowledge products will be developed and with whom? What procedures, practices, SOPs, regulations will be developed and with whom?

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300:Civil Society provide improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS-based social service provision, and provide technical services to district/city governments. 310: Strengthened capacity of civil society to effectively engage with district district/city governments on gender responsive and environmentally sustainable planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social service provision. 320: Strengthened capacity of selected civil society stakeholders as local capacity development providers able to provide gender responsive and environmentally sensitive technical services

Advanced APBD analysis and budget-tracking led by provincial CSOs in collaboration with executive and legislative stakeholders. Periodic CSO-led multi-stakeholder forums to present findings and recommendations from APBD analysis, citizen satisfaction surveys and other demand-side activities for MDG/MSS-based health and education services. Where possible, formalize most-appreciated multi-stakeholder forums via citizen charters. On-the-job “apprenticeship” for selected provincial CSO representatives from North and Southeast Sulawesi with KOPEL (Makassar) to upgrade skills and knowledge organizational development, technical service provision and advocacy. Trial, improvement and implementation of budget analysis guideline based on achievement of MSS/MDGs and gender responsiveness. A proven successful methodology in conducting Citizen Satisfaction Surveys. Recording of the Improvement and implementation of citizen satisfaction survey guidelines based on the achievement of MSS/MDGs and gender responsiveness. Trial and proven methodology in the improvement and implementation of budget tracking based on achievement of MSS /MDGs and gender responsiveness. Trial, improvement and implementation of multiparty facilitation guidelines, as basic skills for CSOs and the government executive and legislative branches in facilitating multistakeholder forum. Designing and establishing a pilot program for implementation of CSS and budget tracking. Working together with the provincial Education Councils to supervise Education Councils in district/city level in order to improve quality of education service in local areas. Training modules of budget analysis, citizen satisfaction survey and budget tracking based on achievement of MSS/MDGs and gender responsiveness. Disseminate results of APBD analyses, citizen satisfaction survey and budget tracking in form of policy papers, articles for the media, as well as other forms of publication.

What advocacy/promotional efforts must be undertaken to assure that innovations are tested, disseminated and adopted or institutionalized by parties assuming responsibility for sustainable achievement of Outcome 300? What key advocacy, promotional and “social marketing” efforts will be required?  Identify and strengthen Provincial CSOs that are linked to district/city CSOs as well as linked to professional institutions, faith-based organizations, universities, individuals and consultants.  Develop and strengthen the capacity of provincial or regional CSOs to analyse district and city budgets, expenditures, to develop the skill to role-up these budgets to make them easier to read and analyse and to promote the publication of these annual budgets and their analysis in a form that is accessible to the public for reasons of transparency  Encourage the local government (executive and legislative) to be more open, transparent, accountable and participative in preparing local planning and budgeting.  Work together with the Education Network, a network of NGOs at the national level concerned with education issues.  Work together with Media particularly in disseminating the results of studies that have been done by CSOs

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BASICS Intermediate Outcome:

BASICS Immediate Outcome supporting achievement of Intermediate Outcome 310

300:Civil Society provide improved input to government planning and budgeting processes for MDG/MSS-based social service provision, and provide technical services to district/city governments. 310: Strengthened capacity of civil society to effectively engage with district district/city governments on gender responsive and environmentally sustainable planning and budgeting of MDG/MSS-based social service provision. 320: Strengthened capacity of selected civil society stakeholders as local capacity development providers able to provide gender responsive and environmentally sensitive technical services

Key Partner Organizations and Stakeholders to work with: Which are the particular stakeholders and organizations who can benefit from, sustain and expand the gains of the initiative? 

CSOs at the district/city and provincial levels as well as regional CSOs. Predominantly Provincial CSOs that have district/city affiliates.



Local government: Education Office and Ministry of Religious Affairs, Health Office, Bappeda and BPPKB.



DPRD members and Sekwan



LAN, Diklat, consultants from universities, professional organizations, and local NGOs/CSOs.



Local and regional media.



Minister of Home Affairs, Bappenas, Education Ministry, Health Ministry,



Donors and other relevant projects like ACCESS,



Network of NGOs /CSOs: FITRA (Forum Indonesia untuk Transparansi Anggaran), PATTIRO (Pusat Telaah Regional), FPPM (Forum Pemberdayaan dan Partisipasi Masyarakat), etc.

Organization(s) or Groups that will be assuming responsibility: Which particular unit(s), line agencies, organization(s), group(s) or individuals will assume responsibility for achieving various aspects of Outcome 300? 

CSOs in district/city provincial, regional and national levels.



Local government: Education Office and Ministry of Religious Affairs, Health Office, Bappeda and BPPKB.



DPRD members and Sekwan



LAN, Diklat, consultants from universities, professional organizations, and local NGOs/CSOs.



Local and regional media.

Other important considerations:  In addition, to strengthen the capacity of CSOs in district/city in managing activity budget, BASICS will provide the opportunity for CSOs to manage themselves internally by working with many of them on a contractual basis where the BASICS project office will demand professional proposals, reports, invoices and cash flow management from these CSOs.

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Annex D: BASICS Organization Chart (changed in 2014)

PSC

GoI, MoHA &DFATD

BASICS Technical Committee

BASICS Provincial Coordinator (North Sulawesi)

Provincial Coordinating Committee North Sulawesi

BASICS District/City Facilitators and Financial assistants

PSC Secretariat – BASICS Project

BRI Subcommittee

BRI Subcommittee

Provincial Coordinating Committee Southeast Sulawesi

BASICS Provincial Coordinator (Southeast Sulawesi)

BASICS District/City Facilitators and Financial assistants

Government Coordination BASICS Project Coordination Coordination/Information Sharing

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Annex E: BASICS Project Management Chart (updated for 2014) Cowater Ottawa (Management / Technical Backstopping)

Canadian Financial & Admin Support

Project Director (Jakarta) (Bill Duggan)

Jakarta Liaison (Ellisabeth Noya)

Local Governance/ GE Specialist (Joanne Prindiville)

Knowledge Management Expert (TBD)

Deputy Project Director (Makassar) (John Duff)

Southea st Provincial Sulawes Coordinator Kendari i (S. Sahabuddin

District Facilitators (3)

BRI Finance Officer

Local Governance/ Environment Technical Advisor (Tim Babcock)

GE Technical Advisor (Sri Mastuti)

BRI Coordinator (Ferry Yuniver)

North Sulawesi

District Planning & Finance Advisor (Utoro Sindhubilowo)

Pro-Poor Planning & DPRD Capacity Development Advisor (Angel Manembu)

Finance Manager (Suharni Syamsul)

Provincial Coordinator Manado (Apridon Zaiani)

BRI Admin Officer

District Facilitators (3)

BRI Finance Officer

BRI Accountant (TBD) Admin Assist. Finance (Dina Rahmawati)

BRI Admin Officer

Office Administration & Logistics Manager (Herliani Rivaldi) Administrative Assistant (TBD)

Office Assistant/Cleaner

Driver p/t BRI Admin & Finance Assts

Driver

p/t BRI Admin & Finance Assts

Security

Driver

Legend: Reporting Communication/liaison

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Annex F: Integrated Innovations to Accelerate MSS/MDG Achievement

BASICS Innovations to Accelerate MSS and MDG Achievement

Database Application Development, Use & Maintenance MSS-bsed Service Delivery Improvements

Knowledge

MSS Unit Costing Instruments

Management

Training MSS-based, Gender Responsive Budget Expenditure Analysis & Tracking

Local legislation, regulations, guidelines, SOPS

MSS-based M & E including MSS-based Citizen Complaints Surveys

MSS-based Plans & Budgets

MSS Framework Implementation

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Special Provincial Allocation Funds

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Annex G: List of Government Regulations Produced 2009-2013

MDGs/MSS

related

National Propinsi Sulawesi Utara No. 28a tahun 2011 tentang Rencana Aksi Daerah Percepatan Pencapaian Target MDGs Provinsi Sulawesi Utara, tahun 2011-2015 Pergub. Sulut No. 16/2013 tentang Percepatan Pencapaian MDGs dan SPM Bidang Kesehatan Pergub. Sulut No. 17/2013 tentang Sistem Kesehatan Rujukan Provinsi Sulawesi Utara Juklak Percepatan Pencapaian MDGs Bidang Kesehatan Provinsi Sulut Kabupaten Kepulauan Sangihe Nomor 19 tahun 2012 tentang Standar Pelayanan Minimal Bidang Kependudukan dan Pencatatan Sipil. Ranperbup Nomor...tahun 2013 tentang Pedoman Pengangkatan dan Penempatan Guru Sangihe Mengajar di Daerah Terpencil; Nomor 44 tahun 2013 tentang Reformasi Kesehatan Ibu, Bayi Baru Lahir, Bayi dan Anak Balita di Kabupaten Kepulauan Sangihe; Nomor 232 tahun 2012 tentang Pelaksanaan Program Sangihe Mengajar tahun 2012 Kabupaten Kepulauan Sitaro Nomor 15 tahun 2013 tentang Pedoman Pengangkatan dan Ppenempatan Bidan sebagai Pegawai Tidak Tetap di Kabupaten Kepulauan Sitaro SK Bupati Kepulauan Siau Tagulandang Biaro No. 17 tahun 2011 tentang Pembentukan Tim Koordinasi Proyek BASICS Kabupaten Kepulauan Siau Tagulandang Biaro Tahun 2011 SK Kepala Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Kepulauan Siau tagulandang Biaro No. 23 tahun 2013 tentang Penetapan Nama-Nama Tim Perumus SOP Mobil Pelayanan Gizi dan KIA Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Kepulauan Siau Tagulandang Biaro. SOP Mobil Pelayanan Gizi dan KIA Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Kepulauan Siau Tagulandang Biaro Kabupaten Minahasa Utara Perda No. 13 Tahun 2012 tentang Pelayanan Publik Kesehatan Keputusan Bupati Minahasa Utara no. 83 tahun 2010 tentang Pembentukan Tim koordinasi kabupaten proyek peningkatan pelayanan dasar melalui pengembangan kapasitas di Sulawesi SK Bupati tentang Pokja Gender SK Kadis Kesehatan tentang SOP Pengolahan data SPM Kesehatan SK Kadis Dikpora No 800/DPPO/VII/2013 tentang beasiswa bagi anak putus sekolah Dikdas program retrieval Sumikola Kabupaten Minahasa Peraturan Daerah tentang Pelayanan Publik Bidang Kesehatan (on Going/sementara) Peraturan Daerah tentang Rencana Pembanguan Jangka Menengah Daerah Kabupaten Minahasa tahun 20132018 (on Going/sementara) Kota Bitung Perwako No. 4 Tahun 2013 tentang Pedoman Penanggulangan Siswa Putus Sekolah Usia Sekolah Keputusan Walikota Bitung no. 52 tahun 2010 tentang Pembentukan Tim Koordinasi Proyek BASICS Keputusan Walikota Bitung no. 90 tahun 2011 tentang Pembentukan Kelompok Kerja Pengarusutamaan Gender di Kota Bitung

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Propinsi Sulawesi Tenggara Instruksi Gubernur Nomor 1 Tahun 2010 Tanggal 1 April 2010 Tentang Penerapan Standar Pelayanan Minimal Pada Organisasi Perangkat Daerah Lingkup Pemerintah Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara Peraturan Gubernur Nomor 577 Tahun 2011 tanggal 22 Desember 2011 tentang Rencana Aksi Daerah Percepatan Pencapaian Tujuan MDG’s Prov Sultra 2011 – 2015 Pergub Sultra Nomor 6 Tahun 2012, Tanggal 29 Januari 2012 Tentang Pengintegrasian Rencana Pencapaian Standar Pelayanan Minimal dan Rencana Kerja Dalam Dokumen Perencanaan Provinsi Surat Edaran Gubernur Sulawesi Tenggara No.910/2083, tanggal 18 Juni 2012 tentang Percepatan PUG melalui PPRG dengan menggunakan GAP (Gender Analisis Pathway) dan GBS (Gender Budget Statement) untuk Kabupaten Kota Surat Edaran Gubernur Sulawesi Tenggara No.910/2082, tanggal 18 Juni 2012 tentang Percepatan PUG melalui PPRG dengan menggunakan GAP (Gender Analisis Pathway) dan GBS (Gender Budget Statement) untuk Level Propinsi Surat Keputusan Gubernur Sulawesi Tenggara Nomor 333 tahun 2012 tanggal 6 Agustus 2012, tentang Perubahan Atas Keputusan Gubernur Sultra No.34 Tahun 2010 tentang Pembentukan Tim Koordinasi Provinsi Proyek Peningkatan Pelayanan Dasar Melalui Pengembangan Kapasitas di Sulawesi (BASICS) Surat Keputusan Kepala Bappeda Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara No.129 Tahun 2012 tanggal 30 Agustus 2012 tentang Perubahan Atas Keputusan Kepala Bappeda Provinsi Sultra Nomor 31 Tahun 2010 tentang Pembentukan Sub Komite Inisiatif Responsif BASICS Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara Tata Cara Penyusunan Rencana Pencapaian Monitoring dan Evaluasi Serta Laporan Standar Pelayanan Minimum, yang dikeluarkan oleh Biro Ortala dan Kepegewaian Sekda Prov Sultra Maret 2011 Peraturan Gubernur Nomor 6 Tahun 2012, Tanggal 29 Januari 2012 Tentang Pengintegrasian Rencana Pencapaian SPM dan Rencana Kerja Dalam Dokumen Perencanaan Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara Tata Cara Penyusunan Standar Operasional Prosedur (SOP) yang dikeluarkan oleh Biro Ortala dan Kepegawaian SKPD Prov Sultra Februari 2012 Draft Peraturan Gubernur Sulawesi Tenggara Nomor :....... Tahun 2012 Tentang Pedoman Evaluasi Rancangan Peraturan Daerah Tentang APBD, Rancangan Peraturan Kepala Daerah Tentang Penjabaran APBD Dan Rancangan Peraturan Daerah Tentang Perubahan APBD, Rancangan Peraturan Kepala Daerah Tentang Penjabaran Perubahan APBD Kabupaten/Kota Berbasis Standar Pelayanan Minimal, Millennium Development Goals Dan Gender Peraturan Daerah Provinsi Sultra No. ... Tahun 2013 Tentang Pengarustamaan Gender (Sementara Pembahasan di DPRD Prov Sultra dan akan diparipurnakan pada tanggal 13 Des 2013) Kabupaten Konawe Selatan Keputusan kepala Dinas Kesehatan Kab. Konsel nomor 440/64.a/2011 tentang : Tim Pemutahiran Data Bidang Kesehatan dan SOP Pengelolaan Data Kesehatan di Kab. Konsel Rencana Aksi Daerah (RAD) PUG Pendidikan dan Kesehatan Keputusan Bupati Konawe Selatan Nomor 70/035/2011 Tentang Pembentukan Kelompok Kerja Pengarusutamaan Gender Kabupaten Konawe Selatan Tahun Anggaran 2011 Peraturan Daerah Kabupaten Konsel Tahun 2013 Tentang Desa Mandara Mendidoha Peraturan Daerah Kabupaten Konsel Tahun 2013 tentang Pelayanan Pendidikan di Kabupaten Konsel (sudah di sahkan di DPRD, menunggu tandatangan Bupati Konsel) Kabupaten Wakatobi Keputusan Kepala Dinas Pendidikan Nasional, Pemuda dan Olahraga Kab Wakatobi Nomor 82 Tahun 2010 tentang : Tim Penyusun dan Panitia Pelaksana Penyusunan Draft Awal SOP Pengelolaan Data Sistem Pelayanan Minimal (SPM) Pendidikan Kab. Wakatobi 2010 Peraturan Bupati No. 5 Tahun 2011 tentang Sistem Data dan Pelaporan SPM Pendidikan Wakatobi Peraturan Bupati No. 1 Tahun 2011 tentang Sistem Data dan Pelaporan SPM Kesehatan Kabupaten Wakatobi SK Bupati Wakatobi No 13.B tahun 2011 tentang Pembentukan Pokja Gender SK Bupati Wakatobi No. 13.C Tahun 2011 tentang Tim Penyusun Statistik Gender Kabupaten Wakatobi Perda No.11 Kabupaten Wakatobi tahun 2013 tanggal 30 April 2013 tentang Sistem Pelayanan Kesehatan Daerah Kepulauan Wakatobi Perda No.12 Kabupaten Wakatobi tahun 2013 tanggal 30 April 2013 tentang Sistem Pendidikan Daerah Kepulauan Wakatobi Draft Peraturan Bupati Wakatobi Tahun 2013 tentang Mekanisme Pengaduan Masyarakat Terhadap Layanan Pendidikan

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Kabupaten Kolaka Utara Surat Keputusan Kepala Dinas Kesehatan Kab.Kolut Nomor 820/1.a/I/2011 Tentang Tim Penyusunan SOP dan Panitia Perbaikan data SPM Kesehatan Kerjasama BASICS (CIDA CANADA) dan Dinas Kesehatan Kab. Kolut Tahun 2011 Draft Peraturan Daerah Kabupaten Kolaka Utara No. ... Tahun 2013 tentang Sistem Kesehatan Kolaka Utara (masih Pembahasan dengan DPRD, diperkirakan akhir Desember Disahkan) Draft Peraturan Bupati Kolaka Utara Nomor ... Tahun 2013 tentang Standar Pelayanan Minimal Bidang Pendidikan Kabupaten Buton Utara Surat Keputusan Kepala Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Buton Utara No. 440/133.b/VI/2012 tanggal 1 Juni 2012 tentang : Pemberian Biaya Rujukan Ibu Hamil, Ibu Melahirkan dan Ibu Nifas dan Resiko Tinggi Bagi Keluarga Miskin Surat Keputusan Kepala Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Buton Utara Nomor 440/133.a/VI/2012 tanggal 1 Juni 2012 tentang Pemberian Insentif Bidan Dan Dukun Bayi Keputusan bupati Buton Utara No 9 Tahun 2011 tentang Pembentukan Tim Kajian Standard Operasional Prosedur (SOP) Sistem Informasi Kesehatan Kab. Buton Utara Keputusan Bupati Butur Nomor 78 Tahun 2011 Tanggal 11 April 2011 Tentang Pembentukan Kelompok Kerja (POKJA) Pengarustamaan Gender Kabupaten Buton Utara Tahun Anggaran 2011 Draft Peraturan Bupati Buton Utara Nomor .... Tahun 2013 Tentang Kemitraan Antara Bidan, Dukun Bayi, Dan Kader Posyandu Kabupaten Buton Utara Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara (Menunggu Pengesahan Bupati Butur) Draft Peraturan Bupati Buton Utara Nomor ... Tahun 2013 Tentang Sistem Dan Mekanisme Pemberian Biaya Rujukan Bagi Ibu Hamil, Ibu Melahirkan, Ibu Nifas Dengan Risiko Tinggi Dari Keluarga Miskin Kabupaten Buton Utara Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara (Menunggu Pengesahan Bupati Butur) Kota Baubau Peraturan Walikota Baubau Nomor 41 Tahun 2011 Tentang Standar Operasional Prosedur (SOP) Sistem Pengelolaan Data Bidang Kesehatan Kota Baubau Peraturan Walikota Baubau Nomor 010 Tahun 2012 Tentang Standar Operasional Prosedur (SOP) Distribusi Tenaga Kesehatan Pada Puskesmas Dalam Wilayah Kota Baubau Keputusan Walikota Baubau Nomor 011 Tahun 2012 Tentang Pedoman Penyusunan Daftar Susunan Pegawai (DSP) Puskesmas Dalam Wilayah Kota Baubau Peraturan Walikota Baubau Nomor 40 Tahun 2011 Tentang Standar Operasional Prosedur (SOP) Sistem Penjaringan Data Pendidikan Kota Baubau Peraturan Walikota Baubau Nomor 012 Tahun 2012 Tentang Standar Operasional Prosedur (SOP) Distribusi Pendidik Dan Tenaga Kependidikan Kota Baubau Keputusan Walikota Baubau No 740/038/BKBP/2011 tentang Pembentukan Kelompok Kerja Pengarusutamaan Gender TA.2011

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