Kemitraan’s Contribution to Reducing Potential Social Disintegration in Maluku

T ogether with our partners, Kemitraan has successfully reduced potential social disintegration by implementing the conflict early warning management system in Ambon, Maluku. Supported by the European Union under their “Aid to Uprooted People” Program, Kemitraan,...

Torture Tolerance Index Forces Government Action

T he results of Kemitraan’s Torture Tolerance Index or TTI, persuaded the Ministry of Law and Human Rights to include torture as a criminal act in their draft law.  The TTI also provoked the Police...

A Cambodian Mapping Study Successfully Becomes Political Party’s Reference

R esult of mapping study has succeeded to help political parties in reflecting their own respective progress and lack thereof in promoting women as candidates as well as elected into political representation. Such comprehensive data...

Achieving 35% of Parliament Women Representation in Timor Leste

T imor-Leste has the largest percentage of female members of parliament not only in Southeast Asia, but also in Asia. More than 35 percent or 24 women (of a total of 65 members) sit in...

National Action Plan to Increase Women Representation in Timor Leste Parliament

T he Women’s Caucus Timor-Leste (Caucus) and Kaukus Perempuan Parlemen (KPP) in cooperation with United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor Leste (UNMIT) initiated the establishment of National Action Plan (NAP). Such NAP has successfully been...

Promoting Women’s Political Engagement via the Women’s Resource Centre

T ogether with Consortium for Women’s Leadership West Java, Kemitraan has successfully supported the Women’s Parliamentary Caucus (KPP) to establish an information and communication center to improve the effectiveness of Women’s Parliamentary Caucus in promoting...

Pushing Forward in Increasing the Number of Women Parliamentary Candidates

T emitraan has helped increase the number of women candidates for local parliaments in West Java, Central Java, Jogjakarta, Bali and North Sulawesi, beyond the legal requirement of 30 percent. In these provinces 31-37 percent...

Kemitraan’s Achievement in Supporting the Regional Arrangement of West Kalimantan

K emitraan in collaboration with its local partner in Pontianak, Tanjungpura University, succeeded to produce the Regional Arrangement Design for West Kalimantan Province (Detada) Year 2012-2025. The result of Detada obtained a positive response from...

The Use of Assessment Brings Improved Service Delivery for the Poor

T he use of Participatory Poverty Assessment and Monitoring (PPAM) by four local governments in Kalimantan, has seen to be able to improve public services like education, health and infrastructure in four remote communities. The PPAM...

Mainstreaming MDGs Targets into Regional Planning in Maros Regency, Sulawesi

T ogether with our partners, Kemitraan has successfully mainstreamed Milennium Development Goals into Maros Regency’s Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMD) for 2010-2015. Minimum service standards for primary education is a basic measurement of education service performance...