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1 NTB experiences - Sharing of Development Programme and Budget between Provincial and District Goverments Utilizing the MDGs GOVERNMENT OF WEST NUSA TENGGARA Dr. ROSIADY SAYUTI Head of Bappeda, NTB

2 NODescription Year 1999200220052007 1 Human Development Index (HDI) National64,365,869,672,80 NTB54,257,862,463,71 Rank26/2630/3032/33 2 Life Expectancy (Year) National66,2 68,1 NTB57,859,360,561,20 Rank26/26 33/33 3 Literacy Rate (%) National88,489,590,991,50 NTB72,877,878,880,10 Rank25/2629/3032/33 4 Average Schooling Period (Year) National6,7 7,1 7,37,4 NTB5,2 5,8 6,66,70 Rank26/2630/3026/3327/33 5 Real Expenditure Per Capita (Thousand Rp) National578,8 591,2 619,9621,30 NTB565,9 583,1 623,2630,48 Rank23/2623/304/339/33

3 District/ Municipality AspectsHDI EducationHealthEconomics Score Rank AMH (%) RLS (Year) DO (%) AHH (Year) Expenditure Per Capita (Rp 000) PDRB Per Capita (Rp000) NTB Natio nal Lombok Barat73,775,668,8259,54614,034.463,759,348444 Lombok Tengah71,125,352,7759,82618,363.535,559, 029446 Lombok Timur79,816,314,6959,16616,113.909,661,127439 Sumbawa89,697,107,1560,40621,336.354,464,994416 Dompu82,807,004,8860,70627,666.356,664,045424 Bima85,757,233,1062,01605,194.765,963,866427 Sumbawa Barat90,617,0010,7860,76623,926.060,965,523407 Kota Mataram91,809,053,0665,19636,288.141,270,711196 Kota Bima92,499,244,6762,61604,505.056,267,132385 NTB 80,106,70 5,1061,20630,48 4.797,363,71 32 ABOVE AVERAGE OF NTB UNDER AVERAGE OF NTB AMH: Literacy Rate RLS: Average of Schooling Period DO: School Dropout Rate AHH: Life Expectancy PDRB: Brutto Regional Domestic Income

4 District/ Municipality Population (Head) PARAMETER Poor People (%) Under- developed Villages Develop ed Village Prepared ness Village* Electrific ation Ratio (%) Clean Water Supply (%) Bad Nutritional Prevalence (%) Energy Reliance Village Lombok Barat / KLU 796.10728,972186180,243,112/1 Lombok Tengah 831.286 25,74586465,872,465 Lombok Timur 1.056.312 25,67105973,692,704 Sumbawa 406.888 28,7813299215,4059,352,183 Dompu 208.867 28,571173776,274,972 Bima 412.504 25,12221710814,6661,693,992 Sumbawa Barat 97.013 28,63472969,332,621 Kota Mataram 356.141 9,67-33069,9488,521,51- Kota Bima 127.373 11,85-32065,705,09- NTB 4.292.491 24,997310250047,0071,243,1820 Notes: Total number of Village/Kelurahan in NTB is 911 * Preparedness Village data condition in 2009

5 The Linkage Between Strategic Issues and Global Commitment of MDGs NO STRATEGIC ISSUES MDGs TARGETS 1 Religious pluralism, tribes, and cultural values as social capitals have not been managed properly 2 High level of poverty rate, unemployment, and social gap MDGs – 1 3 High level of illetarecy and drop out from schools MDGs – 2 4 High level of infant mortality and birth attendants mothers’ mortality MDGs - 4 & 5 5 Low level of law enforcement and public service quality 6Development gap inter-region and inter-sectoralMDGs – 8 7Low level of environmental qualityMDGs – 7 8Low level of electricity capacity availabilityMDGs – 8

6 The Linkage Between NTB Development Missions and Global Commitment of MDGs NO DEVELOPMENT MISSIONS MDGs TARGET 1 Developing civil society with great attitudes, culture-based, and respect for pluralism and gender equity; MDGs – 3 2 Improving education servicces and health with respect to justice, availability, and of high quality services; MDGs - 2, 4, 5 & 6 3 Creating local resources economic-based and developing investment in the forefront of sustainable development; MDGs – 1 & 7 4 Accelerating development of strategic infrastructure and applying science and technology; MDGs - 8 5 Positioning law supremacy, good governance practices that are free from corruption, collution, and nepotism, strenghtening local authonomy; MDGs - 8

7 RPJMD NTB 2009-2013 RPJMD NTB 2009-2013 RPJP NTB 2005-2025 RPJMN FOOD SECURITY ENERGY SECURITY CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGIC ISSUES THE LINKAGE OF PLANNING DOCUMENTS PRIORITY SECTORS PRIORITY PROGRAMS STRATEGIC TARGETS INFRASTRUCTURE ENVIRONMENT HDI & COMPETITIVENESS HDI & COMPETITIVENESS PIN AGRI-BUSSINESS TOURISM EDUCATION HEALTH TRANSPORTATION, CLEAN WATER, ELECTRICITY, IRRIGATION, & TELECOMMUNICATION GREEN NTB NATURE, CULTURE, MICE CATTLES, CORNS, SEAWEEDS AKINO ABSANO, ADONO NTB BERSAING VISION CRITERIA FAITH AND OBEDIENT Notes: BERSAING : Faith and Competitiveness ABSANO : Zero Literacy Rate ADONO : Zero Drop Out From Schools AKINO : Zero Birth Attendants Mothers Mortality RPJP NTB: Long Term Regional Development Plan of NTB RPJMD NTB: Short Term Regional Development Plan of NTB PIN : Percepatan, Inovasi & Nilai Tambah (Acceleration, Innovation, Value Added)

8 2010-2011 2009 COMPLETION OF NTB BERSAING PRACTICING RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY WAY OF LIFE INCREASING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX (MEDIUM LEVEL AT NATIONAL RANK) CREATING COMMUNITY & REGIONAL COMPETITIVENESS INTEGRATING PARTNERSHIPS AMONG GOVERNMENT, PRIVATE SECTORS, AND CIVIL SOCIETY ACCELERATE COMMUNITY WELFARE OBJECTIVE PROVIDING EDUCATION & HEALTH SERVICES FOR THE POORS ACTUATING THE ROLE OF WOMEN & CHILDREN PROTECTION PROVIDING JOB OPPORTUNITIES INCREASING COMMUNITY INCOMES DEVELOPING PRODUCTIVE & CREATIVE ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES DEVELOPING INVESTMENTS BROADENING REGIONAL ACCESIBILITY & INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABILITY ORIENTATION& CONSOLIDATE STRENGTHENING RELIGIOUS VALUES STRONGER COORDINATION AMONG GOVT INSTITUTIONS GOOD INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (HRD) FORMULATING SPATIAL AND NON SPATIAL REGULATIONS DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL ECONOMIC POTENCY AND REGIONAL COOPERATION 2012-2013

9 CIVIL SOCIETY GOVERNMENT PRIVATE SECTOR

10 GREEN SPATIAL GREEN NTB NTB AS A LAND OF THOUSANDS CATTLES & FOOD RELIANCE VILLAGES VISIT LOMBOK SUMBAWA 2012 ABSANO & ADONO AKINO PRIORITY PROGRAMS 100 THOUSANDS NEW ENTERPRENEURSHIPS

11 NO PRIORITY PROGRAMS (GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS RESPONSIBILITY) RESULTS INDICATORS (DIMENSION) ACTUAL CONDITION 2007/2008 TARGETS IN 2013 1 ABSANO : ZERO ILLITERACY RATE (Dinas Dikpora) Low level of illiteracy rate Brutto Participation Rate : - SD/MI/ Paket A (%)106,14111,91 - SMP/MTs/Paket B (%)97,80100,2 - SMU/SMK/MA/Paket C (%)63,1282,67 Pure Participation Rate : - SD/MI/ Paket A (%)97,6699,95 - SMP/MTs/Paket B (%)79,5790,07 - SMU/SMK/MA/Paket C (%)48,8970,12 School Dropout Rate : - SD/MI/ Paket A (%)0,900,20 - SMP/MTs/Paket B (%)5,250,50 - SMU/SMK/MA/Paket C (%)4,881,5 Literacy Rate (%)80,10100 2 ADONO : ZERO SCHOOL DROPOUT RATE (Dinas Dikpora) Low level of school dropout School Continuity Rate : - SD/MI/ Paket A (%)98,58100 - SMP/MTs/Paket B (%)90,0598,5 - SMU/SMK/MA/Paket C (%)59,9975 Average Schooling Years (Year)6,78,61

12 NO PROGRAM UNGGULAN (SKPD PENGELOLA) RESULTS INDICATORS (DIMENSION) ACTUAL CONDITION 2007/2008 TARGETS IN 2013 3 AKINO : Zero Maternal Mortality (Dinas Kesehatan) Low level of infant and maternal mortality rate Maternal Mortality Rate ( /100.000 birth attendants) 320260 Infant Mortality Rate ( /10.000 birth attendants) 7242 Life Expectancy (Year)61,266,18 Bad Nutritional Prevalence3,42,5 4NTB BSS : NTB as a Land of Millions Cattles (Dinas Peternakan dan Kesehatan Hewan) NTB as a supplier for cows meat at national level Cows population (Tail)500.0001.000.000 5100 Thousands new Enterpreneurships (Dinas KUKM, Dinas Perindag) Increasing economic activities of community Enterpreneurs (Person)100.000 6 Visit Lombok-Sumbawa 2012 (Dinas Kebudayaan dan Pariwisata) NTB as a leading national & international tourist destination Number of tourist visits (Person/Year) : 457.3791.208.091 - Overseas Tourists200,170526.216 - Local Tourists257,209681.875 Groups of Tourism Awareness (Group) 50100 7 Fountain Protection Program (PERMATA) (BLHP, Dinas Kehutanan) Recovery & sustainable existence of springs Springs (Number)174250

13 CENTRAL GOVERNMENT PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT DISTRICT/MUNICIP ALITY GOVERNMENT PRIVATE SECTORS AND CIVIL SOCIETY National Budget (APBN) Provincial Budget (APBD) District/ Municipality Budget (APBD) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Participation Institutional mentoring of functional literacy (Keaksaraan Fungsional) Institutional Aid Visiting and verifying functional literacy institutional Program Management Training & Training of Trainers (TOT) Infrastructure and other facility supports Technical mentoring of functional literacy institutional Infrastructure and other facility supports Mentor Training Human resource development availability of functional literacy institutional Mentors availability Target decision Standard Module Block grant Guidance Target decision Facilitate data survey of illiteracy Local Module Monitoring & evaluation Thematic teaching materials Program Mechanism Recommendation of functional literacy conducts Data survey of illiteracy Monitoring & evaluation Proposal Verification Proposal of functional literacy conducts Controlling Infrastructure and other facility supports such as libraries and books Standardize decision of Community Reading Park / Taman Bacaan Masyarakat (TBM) Budgeting support of supporting team Finalizing illiteracy regulation at the provincial level Budgeting support of supporting team Finalizing illiteracy regulation Learning places Infrastructure and other facility supports such as libraries and books Standardize decision of Community Reading Park / Taman Bacaan Masyarakat (TBM) Budget allocation of infrastructure and facility support & Smart car Local content module or thematic module Management Training for TBM managers Library technical training Coaching Library goes to villages (Perpustakaan Masuk Desa) Community Involvement Donators ASPEK Pembiayaan ASPECT Financial ProgramMechanism ProgramMechanism InstitutionalImprovement InstitutionalImprovement ManagementImprovement ManagementImprovement ImprovingReadingMotivation ImprovingReadingMotivation

14 CENTRAL GOVERNMENT PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT DISTRICT/MUNICIP ALITY GOVERNMENT PRIVATE SECTORS AND CIVIL SOCIETY National Budget (APBN) Provincial Budget (APBD) District/ Municipality Budget (APBD) Self-Developed Mentoring /Coaching Team Coordination Team & Working Groups Education Council Coordination Team Education Council School Committee Forum General guidance of Compulsory Education (Wajib Belajar) School Operational Budget (BOS) Technical Implementation/Technical Guidance of Compulsory Education (Wajib Belajar) Aid allocation for poor students and teachers Aid allocation for schools/poor students/grant Data survey for school dropout students Infrastructure and other facility supports aid for education Aid allocation for Infrastructure and other facility supports Coaching Technical training Utilizing education Infrastructure and other facility supports & Participation ASPEK Pembiayaan ASPECT Financial ProgramInstitutional ProgramInstitutional ProgramMechanism ProgramMechanism Infrastructure

15 CENTRAL GOVERNMENT PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT DISTRICT/MUNICIP ALITY GOVERNMENT PRIVATE SECTORS AND CIVIL SOCIETY National Budget (APBN) Provincial Budget (APBD) District/ Municipality Budget (APBD) Self-Developed CSR NGO Mentoring /Coaching Team Coordination Team & Working Groups Professional Organizations Coordination Team Professional Organizations Preparedness Village Integrated Health Service Centre (Posyandu) Local wisdom and regulation (Awig- awig) General Guidance for Reducing Infant and Maternal Mortality Grand design of AKINO Advocacy Work Plan Coaching Technical Training Participation Health infrastructure and facility supports aid & HRD quality development Medical workers supports (Doctors, Dentists & midwives) Need analyzes of health resources (infrastructure, support facility, medical workers) Providing advocacy facility and socializations Proposal of health resources needs (infrastructure, support facility, medical workers) Policy positioning of medical workers Utilization & controlling health service quality Strategic commitment at national level Strategic partnership at provincial and national level Operational partnerships Controlling ASPEK Pembiayaan ASPECT Financial Institutional ProgramMechanism ProgramMechanism HealthResources HealthResources Partnership

16 Budget efficiency of Community health services Rp 34,5 Billions Budget efficiency Community health services for pregnant women and maternal mothers Rp 3,72 Billions Increasing access and equity of yankes Increasing rate of School Continuity Broadening Information and communication access Improving the quantity and quality of recent graduates AKINO ADONO ABSANO NOTES: The availability of high qualified labours

17 NO DISTRICT/ MUNICIPALITY TOTAL TARGETS* (Person) BUDGET (Rp) BUDGET COST-SHARING (Rp) PROVINCE DISTRICT/ MUNICIPALITY 1KOTA MATARAM67.2704.036.200.0002.018.100.000 2 LOMBOK BARAT (+ LOMBOK UTARA) 73.7294.423.740.000 2.211.870.000 3LOMBOK TENGAH 25.2001.512.000.000 756.000.000 4LOMBOK TIMUR 71.3864.283.160.000 2.141.580.000 5SUMBAWA 37.0202.221.200.000 1.110.600.000 6SUMBAWA BARAT 440 26.400.000 13.200.000 7DOMPU 5.000 300.000.000 150.000.000 8BIMA 15.137 908.220.000 454.110.000 9KOTA BIMA 5.994 359.640.000 179.820.000 TOTAL 301.17618.070.560.0009.035.280.000 NOTES : 1. * Outside the targets of National Community Health Insurance (JAMKESMAS NASIONAL) 2. The value of Community Health Insurance in NTB is Rp 60.000 / Person / Year

18 NONO DISTRICT/ MUNICIPALITY SD/MI (ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) SMP/MTs (JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL) SMA/MA (SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL) TOTAL STUDEN TS (Person) POOR STUDEN TS (Person ) TOTAL SCHOLARS HIPS BUDGET (Rp.000) TOTAL STUDEN TS (Person) POOR STUDEN TS (Person ) TOTAL SCHOLARS HIPS BUDGET (Rp.000) TOTAL STUDEN TS (Person) POOR STUDE NTS (Person ) TOTAL SCHOLARSH IPS BUDGET (Rp.000) 1KOTA MATARAM46.13618.4166.629.760 20.924 7.1654.127.040 18.604 8.0066.244.680 2LOMBOK BARAT (+ UTARA) 105.48541.34514.884.020 42.567 10.1195.828.256 24.912 6.328 4.935.840 3LOMBOK TENGAH 127.504 50.05118.018.360 50.450 15.7489.070.848 28.896 9.117 7.111.260 4LOMBOK TIMUR 152.374 59.81021.531.600 59.948 18.84810.856.448 34.606 9.3707.308.600 5SUMBAWA 53.623 21.4527.722.540 20.887 7.0104.037.472 14.017 5.265 4.106.310 6SUMBAWA BARAT 12.986 5.2441.887.840 5.027 1.7721.020.384 3.479 655510.510 7DOMPU 37.682 14.8655.351.400 15.745 4.8292.781.216 10.394 3.688 2.876.640 8BIMA 72.570 28.34210.203.120 27.483 8.4824.885.344 17.394 5.705 4.449.900 9KOTA BIMA 17.327 6.5202.347.020 8.617 2.9791.715.616 11.170 3.8723.020.160 TOTAL 625.687246.04488.575.660251.648 76.94944.322.624163.472 52.00540.563.900 SCHOLARSHIP ALLOCATION FOR POOR STUDENTS IN NTB : 1.SD/MI STUDENTS= Rp 30.000 / PERSON / MONTH 2.SMP/MTs STUDENTS = Rp 48.000 / PERSON / MONTH 3.SMA/MA STUDENTS = Rp 65.000 / PERSON / MONTH

19 NO DISTRICT/ MUNICIPALITY TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS VALUES (Rp) BUDGET SHARING (Rp) PROVINCE DISTRICT/ MUNICIPALITY 1 KOTA MATARAM 17.001.480.000 8.500.740.000 2LOMBOK BARAT (+ UTARA) 25.648.116.00012.824.058.000 3LOMBOK TENGAH 34.200.468.00017.100.234.000 4LOMBOK TIMUR 39.696.648.00019.848.324.000 5SUMBAWA 15.866.322.0007.933.161.000 6SUMBAWA BARAT 3.418.734.0001.709.367.000 7DOMPU 11.009.256.0005.504.628.000 8BIMA 19.538.364.0009.769.182.000 9KOTA BIMA 7.082.796.0003.541.398.000 TOTAL (Rp.)173.462.184.00086.731.092.000

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