In April 2013, the World Bank set a new goal to end extreme poverty in a generation. Our target is to have no more than 3 percent of the world’s population living on just $1.25 a day by 2030.
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Indonesia has made remarkable strides in
key human development indicators over the past few decades.
Primary school enrollment is close to universal for both
boys a... Show More +nd girls, and the child mortality rate has declined
rapidly. Furthermore, achievements in these indicators
reveal large geographical disparities, with poorer outcomes
in rural and remote provinces and districts. Improving
access to basic quality health and education services is a
key component of an overall poverty reduction strategy for
Indonesia. The project builds on the Indonesian
government's existing community-driven development
program, known as the National Community Empowerment Program
in rural areas (PNPM) or formerly, the Kecamatan Development
Program (KDP). This document describes the findings from the
three-wave evaluation series carried out from 2007 to 2010.
The baseline survey took place from June 2007 to August
2007. The second wave was conducted from October 2008 to
January 2009, after 15 to 18 months of Generasi
implementation. The third and final evaluation survey was
implemented from October 2009 to January 2010 after 27 to 30
months of project implementation. Show Less -