Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion Strategy

09/19/2023

Regional disparities in Indonesia due to historical, political, and geographical factors are exacerbated by the poor delivery of services in less developed provinces and districts across the nation. The poor quality and levels of accessibility to services for the general public creates further challenges for marginalised groups within these less developed regions.

The Australia-Indonesia Partnership: Synergies and Collaboration for Service Delivery Acceleration (SKALA) has been designed to address these challenges with specific GEDSI objectives. This is reflected in SKALA’s overall goal: “To help reduce poverty and inequality within Indonesia by improving basic service provision to poor and vulnerable communities in less-developed regions” and is further defined and highlighted in the third of its three end of program outcomes (EOPOs). That is, SKALA will work towards “Greater Participation, Representation and Influence of Women, People with Disabilities and Vulnerable groups”. As this is an ‘important and deliberate’ EOPO, in accordance with the OECD DAC Policy Markers, SKALA is classified as a ‘Significant’ program.

Sinergi dan Kolaborasi untuk Akselerasi Layanan Dasar (SKALA) is an Australia-Indonesia Partnership Program aimed at supporting the Government of Indonesia’s efforts to reduce poverty and inequality by improving basic-service provisions to poor and vulnerable communities in less-developed regions.

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Sinergi dan Kolaborasi untuk Akselerasi Layanan Dasar (SKALA) is an Australia-Indonesia Partnership Program aimed at supporting the Government of Indonesia’s efforts to reduce poverty and inequality by improving basic-service provisions to poor and vulnerable communities in less-developed regions.

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