Indonesia – CEGAH
Strengthening judicial sector, govt. accountability institutions, universities and civil society organizations to prevent corruption.
INTERMEDIATE RESULT (IR) 1.1: COMMUNITY OF ACCOUNTABILITY IMPROVED
This IR focuses on building and sustaining a culture of accountability in national and sub‐national levels
of governance in Indonesia. A combined supply and demand approach works under the development
hypothesis that: (a) increasing the capacity, independence, and transparency of those institutions that
are themselves mechanisms for greater accountability; (b) improving transparency in budget and human
resources processes in key ministries; and (c) amplifying external pressure from civil society, media and
the private sector will improve accountability and effectiveness of governance in Indonesia. This will
lead to a stronger democracy and access to improved and equitable service delivery for Indonesian
citizens. The work under this IR will also support the Mission’s efforts under other DOs. For example,
work with institutions like the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia (ORI) and the Ministry of Civil
Service Management and Bureaucratic Reform will be linked to the work under IR 2.3 on improving
accountability at sub‐national levels of government for the delivery of public services.
Among the targeted insittutions is the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia (BPK)
SAIs connected to this project