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Indonesia KOMPAK (Governance for Growth) Living Design Document

Summary of publication

KOMPAK is a facility funded by the Government of Australia (GoA) to support the Government of Indonesia (GoI) in achieving its poverty reduction targets and addressing inequality. KOMPAK has a current end date of June 2022 with a total commitment of up to AUD 177 million subject to annual budget allocations. During KOMPAK's first four years (2015 – 2018,) the facility was aligned with two priority poverty reduction strategies outlined in GoI's Medium- Term National Development Plan (2015-2019), namely, improving the quality and coverage of basic services and increasing economic opportunities for the poor. As a flexible facility working at the national and subnational levels, KOMPAK continues to build on GoI's and Australia's investments in public sector governance, decentralised service delivery, and community empowerment.

KOMPAK's initial phase (January 2015 to June 2018) was contracted as a 'design-and-implement' program during a period of transition and change for Indonesia and Australia. As such, no detailed description of activities was provided. The current strategic framework was developed over time, and aligned with emerging priorities from both governments. Subject to review and performance, it was envisaged from the outset that KOMPAK would then continue for a second period (January 2019 to June 2022).

Between 2015 and 2017, KOMPAK was guided by two key documents: The Guiding Strategy (September 2015) and The Strategic Planning, Performance and Monitoring Framework (April 2017). Following an iterative and adaptive process based on internal learning and observations, a number of recommendations for adjustments were made by the 2017 Refresh Team report. This report, together with the 2017 Independent Progress Review (IPR) Team report that followed, led to the development of KOMPAK's Living Design Document (LDD 2018 – 2022) in early 2018, updating the two initial guiding documents. This document represents the results of the planning process, the strategic and implementation documents that were prepared as part of this.

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Last Updated: 28 February 2019
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