Indonesia : Evaluation of the Urban Community Driven Development Program, Program Nasional Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Mandiri Perkotaan | Land Portal

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avril 2014
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oai:openknowledge.worldbank.org:10986/17870
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CC BY 3.0 IGO

Indonesia's Program Nasional
Pemberdayaan Masyarakat (PNPM) is the largest Community
Driven Development (CDD) program in the world covering all
urban wards (PNPM-Urban) and rural villages (PNPM-Rural) in
Indonesia. This policy note summarizes a comprehensive
process evaluation of the PNPM-Urban program which has been
carried by the Research and Development (RAND) corporation
in collaboration with survey meter, as well as a rapid
appraisal of two pilot subcomponents of the PNPM-Urban
program: the Neighborhood Development Scheme (ND), and
Poverty Alleviation Partnership Grant Mechanism (PAPG)
carried out by a small team of consultants. The RAND
evaluation was designed to look at how specific aspects of
the program are working, document good practice, distill
lessons learned, and identify options for program reform
based mainly on a qualitative field study in a sample of
kelurahans. This paper is organized as follows: section one
gives introduction and approach. The main findings of the
evaluation and rapid appraisal are summarized in section
two, followed by a discussion and recommendations for
program design in section three. The full studies including
detailed findings and data are available as companions to
this policy note.

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