Millennium Challenge Account - Indonesia (MCA-I)
May 2016 - May 2017
Survey, Mapping & Spatial Planning
Gender, Community & Inclusion
Governance, Policy & Institutional Strengthening
Building local government capacity in spatial planning in 11 districts across four provinces in Indonesia.
In late 2008, Indonesia was selected by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Board of Directors as a country eligible for a compact. The Government of Indonesia (GoI; through the National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)), was responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of the Compact (MCA), which covered three key programs, one of which was the Green Prosperity (GP) Project. The Compact implemented gender activities, environmental assessments and social assessments to support program implementation.Projects such as these responded to constraints to economic growth and were priorities in the GoI’s national development strategy. The GoI made a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 26 percent by 2020, while maintaining a target of seven percent annual economic growth.
The GP Project consisted of four procurement activities: (1) Participatory Land Use Planning Activity (PLUP); (2) Technical Assistance and Oversight Activity; (3) GP Facility Activity, and (4) Green Knowledge Activity. PMaP3 was the third project in a series of eight PLUP sub-activity projects. It covered three main tasks:
PMaP3 undertook capacity building activities with local government in 11 districts across four provinces (Majene, Polewali Mandar in Sulawesi Barat Province; Luwu, Luwu Utara, Luwu Timur in Sulawesi Selatan Province; Kolaka, Kolaka Timur, Kolaka Utara in Sulawesi Tenggara Province; and Ende, Sikka and Flores Timur in NTT Province. The aim was for spatial information and technology to be more effectively used to develop spatial plans. In particular, this spatial planning incorporated low carbon/renewable energy activities in these plans.
Infographic video used to deliver key PMaP3 messages to local government and public audiences
An infographic video was used as part of the stakeholder management strategy to provide a comprehensive and uncomplicated overview of PMaP3 to target audiences. It showed how the program was developed to address the problem of land use and space – a result of long-term poor planning and overlaps in spatial information management.
Related to the One Map Policy, a national government priority, PMaP3 encouraged various stakeholders to play an active role in managing district mapping and planning. Since the program involved the technical aspects of district spatial planning in PMaP3 target areas where there were limited human resources, the infographic video was designed to deliver simple and comprehensive key messages on what PMaP3 has been doing to date. Although mainly intended for local government personnel (as the main implementers), the video may also be useful to other audiences.
The video was played during closed meetings with district and provincial government agencies, at trainings and workshops, and during coordination meetings with various stakeholders (eg international non-government organisations, community leaders, etc). To date it has been well received. Approximately 1,900 people have attended these sessions to date.
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