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2009 STANDARD PROGRESS REPORT FOR UNFPA 7TH CP

INDONESIA DISTRICTS AND PROVINCES

PROVINCE: SOUTH SUMATRA


PROVINCE MANAGER NAME: TITI HANDAYANI
DATE OF SUBMITTING THIS REPORT: 19 JANUARI 2010

PURPOSE
1. To report on the progress achieved in 2009 as per the approved Country Programme Action Plan and
Annual Work Plan.
2. To accompany the Annual Workplan Monitoring Tool as a narrative and provide an assessment of
progress made in achieving CP outputs, challenges faced and obstacles met.

Section 1: Outcome and Output indicators reporting


Please fill in the excel file to inform us about the progress that was made in 2009. If you don’t have the
information just write down Information not available. If for 2009 in your district you didn’t work on
this area just right down Not Applicable.

Please follow the link: attachment SPR 2009_SUMSEL.zip

Section 2. Summary of 2009 Programme (max 2.5 page and KEEP IT SIMPLE and TO THE
POINT)
Summarize the main constraining and facilitating factors affecting implementation and the achievement of
results. Identify key lessons learned in addressing constraints and taking advantage of facilitating factors.

Output R101
A. Results of programme in 2009
1. CCS team already developed five years forecasting for contraceptive at Province level. This
forecasting will be utilized to strengthen the advocacy with parliament members and decision
makers to increase the allocation of contraceptive needed through local budget.
2. RH Commission at Province level had been developed the four years Program Planning
(2010-2013) which is adjusted with problems in field (such as: number of maternal mortality,
number of HIV/AIDS cases, Un meet needs, and Number of Male involvement) based on
related issue. The draft of RH Commission Program Planning will be evaluated by Province
Bappeda to ascertain the accommodation of program propose through local budget.
3. The draft of HIV/AIDS strategic Planning (2009-2013) has been established by PAC
members. Since number of HIV/AIDS cases in South Sumatra lately increased, then PAC
through “Community Welfare Bureau” would be complete the arrangement of HIV/AIDS
local regulation at Province level in year 2010, as a foundation of program planning
arrangement on related issue. This local regulation establishment activity is one of main
program in HIV/AIDS strategic Planning.
4. CCS team at Province level already arrange the supervision schedule for year 2010 to
districts/city CCS team and develop R and R system which will be support through BKKBN
budget.
5. ARH issue had been integrated into local study (from 15 to 20 minutes for each study:
Biology, sport, Religion and Counselling) at 9 schools in OKI district and developed the
syllabus. ARH information centre (PIK KRR) already establishes in 3 schools and will be
followed by 2 more schools in year 2010.

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B. Constraints and obstacles faced in trying to achieving the annual targets
1. Due to replacement of Head of Community Welfare Bureau and Parliament members at
Province level, then the draft of HIV/AIDS strategic planning not yet legalized. Limitation of
awareness among new parliament members in related issue is one of reason for less of local
budget support on HIV/AIDS program.
2. In accuracy data of unmet needs and Number of “PUS” in district became problems to
complete the accurate forecasting and contraceptive distribution in field. FP field officer
should need to strengthen their role and function and supposed to be evaluated by BKKB
officer to ascertain the appropriate R & R system implementation.
3. Less of awareness among authorized person at Province Education sector on ARH integration
into local study is became an obstacle to achieve the program purpose. Therefore, PPCU
through Bappeda in collaboration with “Education Council” will try to strengthen the
commitment of Education sector in this issue to be integrated into their local budget program
in year 2010.

C. Lessons learned and recommendations


1. Advocacy through dialogues, visit and attractive IEC media (Bulletin and talk show) to
authorized person (decision and policy makers) would be beneficial to improve their
awareness and commitment to support RH and Gender issue.
2. Guidance on ARH integration into local study is beneficial for teacher at schools to develop
the syllabus and help them to understand the step of integration for each level (class).

Output R105
A. Results of programme in 2009
1. Religious leaders representative (Fatayat NU and MUI) and MORA at Province level have
been work together to develop material to be utilize by religious leader for their speech
(khutbah) as follows: FP Policy at Province level, Male participation in FP and RH, FP in
Moslem perspective, Gender equality in Moslem perspective, HIV/AIDS and Mother and
Child issue in Moslem perspective.
2. 1000 bulletin published and distributed to Parliament members and sectors by South Sumatra
IFPPD twice a month. This IEC media is effective to deliver the RH and Gender information
among parliament members, since they can also contribute and involve as resource person in
this bulletin.
3. 10 new parliament members had been involved as members of South Sumatra IFPPD, and
commit to support the RH and Gender program propose. Through “Legislation Board” that
have been built in South Sumatra DPRD, hence local regulation propose in related with RH
and Gender issue will be support to be establish and legalize.
4. OKI district have been establish “Religious leader Communication Forum” (FKKD) by
Bupati Decree. This forum means to improve knowledge and awareness among religious
leaders in district on RH and Gender issues.

B. Constraints, obstacles and opportunities


1. There still some of religious leader at Province and District were not agree to spread ARH
information among youth. Therefore, advocacy and dialogues to improve their knowledge and
awareness is needed to be continuing conducted in future.
2. Replacement officer in PAC will affect to the establishment of HIV/AIDS local regulation,
since local budget allocation for related activity also reduced from last year.

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C. Lessons learned and recommendations
1. More IEC media on RH and Gender issue (especially book for religious leader guidance)
would be valuable to strengthen knowledge among religious leader and commitment among
Parliament members to support the related program propose.
2. Legislation Board that have been built in Province DPRD would be valuable to support the
establishment of local regulation propose in related with RH and Gender issue.

Output R301
A. Results of programme in 2009
1. 23 talk shows conducted by BKKBN and Yayasan Intan Maharani (YIM) shows the
improvement of knowledge and awareness among community on RH issues. Numbers of
Male participation have been increase (from 14.588 in 2008 to 24.519 person in 2009) and
new cases of HIV/AIDS have been identified along the talk shows (testimony sent through
SMS and proceed by YIM outreach officer).
2. Numbers of community reached through promotion of RH and Gender issues that have been
conducted in 6 sub districts (Kayuagung, SP. Padang, Tanjung Lubuk, Pedamaran, Jejawi,
dan Teluk Gelam) are: 282 female and 482 male.
3. 3000 Leaflet and 1000 package booklet of RH issues already printed and distributed to
community, youth group, sectors and organization, both at Province and district. This IEC
media aimed to increase knowledge and awareness on RH and ARH issue.
4. More than 40 married couple have been socialized on RH and Gender issues and 2 sub
districts (Jejawi and Tj. Lubuk) already establish the Information and Counselling centre for
youth in their village.

B. Constraints and obstacles faced in trying to achieving the annual targets


Less coordination in sector and between sectors became a reason that the implementation of some
activities were not quite appropriate and beyond schedule. Strengthen coordination can be support
by Bappeda through advocacy and discussion with related sector.

C. Lessons learned and recommendations


1. Number of supervision increase would be effective to evaluate the implementation of program
are well conducted in field and give some input for improvement.
2. Talk show is beneficial to spread the information in related with the issues and collected some
inputs from audience. To ascertain the implementation of talk show is well conducted,
consequently the schedule and agreement is required.

Output R205
A. Results of programme in 2009
1. Blood Bank supplies already establish in Kayuagung General Hospital and VCT clinic have
been establish in Kutaraya. 12 people (age: 17 -25) were voluntary came for HIV/AIDS tested
to VCT clinic in Kutaraya as outreach result conducted this year.
2. IERH services flow and RH data collection are accomplished in 3 PHC’s implementation
(Kutaraya, Sp. Padang and Sugihwaras). Program needed to support in each PHC can be
identifies through RH data analysis, such as: APN and ABPK training for midwives needed.
3. Knowledge and awareness increase on RH issue among student and youth in sub district have
been ascertain by RH facilitator team in each PHC implementation. RH facilitators also
require to collected and analyze the ARH data.
4. Local budget allocation increase from Rp. 1,6 M in year 2009 to Rp. 3 M in year 2010, shows
the commitment from local government to support MDG’s goals: Improve Maternal health
and reduce Child Mortality.

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5. BEONC team in 10 PHCs (24 hours PHC) have been trained for USG utilization and services
for emergency obstetric cases through UNFPA and National budget. Proportion of Obstetric
Complication have been handled in year 2009 is 32% (584 cases) from 17.903 pregnant
women.

B. Constraints and obstacles faced in trying to achieving the annual targets


1. HIV and AIDS still consider as marginal issue and not fully supported by local government,
although number of those cases are increased (OKI: 5 HIV and 4 AIDS cases; South Sumatra:
467 HIV and 218 AIDS cases).
2. Province and District health officer supposed to conduct supervision to ensure that
implementation of IERH services at PHC are well implemented, instead of simply collecting
the data. Suggestion for next year, supervision agenda must be well address by Province and
District Health officer.

C. Lessons learned and recommendations


1. RH data collection up dated by PHC each year would be beneficial as an advocacy tools for
decision makers and parliament members to raise their awareness and support regarding the
RH issues in district.
2. IEC Media on ARH and HIV/AIDS issue (Flip chart) support for RH facilitator and outreach
officer would be effective to spread the information among adolescent.

Output P101
A. Results of programme in 2009
1. 100 CD (OKI and Province) and 100 book of DDA had been reprinted and distributed to
related sectors and data user in other organization. This publication is useful since DDA is
one of data source for program planning arrangement in Province and District. Province DDA
with additional indicator will be publish in BPS website: sumsel.bps.go.id
2. 5 indicators in related with RH and Gender already integrated into South Sumatra DDA and
publish in Province BPS website. These indicators will be review by Database forum to
ensure the consistency and availability of data.
3. Province Bappeda ascertains the sustainability of database forum through some program
support from local budget allocation in year 2010, such as: workshop and coordination
meeting.
4. OKI DDA with additional indicators in related with RH and gender already printed and
integrated into Local government website: www.kaboki.go.id. Forum data decree has been
revised.
5. 44 % planners and 38% policy makers 38 % in OKI district have been trained and able to use
the related data for Program planning arrangement.

B. Constraints and obstacles faced in trying to achieving the annual targets


1. Since space availability in Local government website is limited, therefore publication of OKI
DDA into website is postponed until Januari 2009.
2. Replacement of authorized person in some sectors had an impact to the commitment and
policy in each sector, such as: Bureaucracy change for data support due to staff (contact
person) replacement to another division. Therefore advocacy through dialogues with decision
makers will be continuing conducted to ascertain the decision maker support on this program.

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C. Lessons learned and recommendations
1. Strengthen coordination between Bappeda and BPS would be beneficial to ensure the
participation of planners in training conducted.
2. RH and Gender indicator which already integrated into OKI DDA supposed to publish as part
of DDA instead of attachment, to ensure sustainability of those indicators in future.

Output G101
A. Results of programme in 2009
1. SOP on GBV services have been developed and utilize by Service provider for GBV victims
at Province level. Community based Services for DV victims also establish in some sub
district in OKI and Palembang. This Service built by Women grassroots organization (PKK)
in coordination with Police officer.
2. MOU on Integrated Services for GBV victims have been develop and sign by related parties:
Province Government (Governor), RS BARI, RS Bhayangkara, WCC and Polda.
3. Decreasing number of GBV cases reported by WCC (598 in 2009, to 374 in 2009) shows the
improvement of other Community based services for GBV victim in some district that have
been built this year.
4. Gender Focal Point (GFP) in each sector have been identified through GRB technical
assistance and will be responsible functioning to evaluated program designarrangement by
planners in each sector to be more gender responsive before submit to Bappeda. To ascertain
that this mechanism is well implemented, Bappeda plan to monitor GFP work through
program propose and coordination meeting which will be regularly conducted in year 2010.
5. Local government commitment to support Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB)
implementation shows from local budget allocation to related program in some sectors (Rp.
100 Million in Bappeda and Rp. 500 Million in Diknas). Province Bappeda means to
strengthen GRB analysis in program planning arrangement for all sectors in future through
technical assistance.

B. Constraints and obstacles faced in trying to achieving the annual targets


1. The draft of GBV prevention local regulation not yet legalized by Province government due
to bureaucracy system in Women Empowerment bureau. Tight schedule of Head of WE
Bureau is one of reason that the local regulation is not yet legalized, since all the activities
conducted must be reported and attended by Head of Bureau.
2. Local budget allocation for GRB program in WE Bureau is still less than expected. Their
entire program planning in year 2010 only focusing on GBV issues.

C. Lessons learned and recommendations


1. Direct technical assistance of GRB for planners is valuable to improve their capacity to
arrange the program planning. Some of planners in Bappeda already implement GRB analysis
on evaluated and analyse the program propose by sectors for year 2010. Therefore, this
mechanism (technical assistance) will be continuing conducted by Bappeda in future.
2. Coordination between related sectors and organization is effective to support the
establishment of Integrated services for GBV victims, and able to convince the local
authorities to support it.

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Section 3: Monitoring

Summarize what knowledge and insights you have gained from monitoring activities conducted in the
course of the year and assess how this knowledge was used to improve project performance (keep it short
and to the point).
1. Advocacy or dialogues with local authorities is beneficial to strengthen the support for program
purpose and ensure the sustainability of program. IEC media deliver and information in related
with program discuss can be effective by involving relevant resource person such as: Head of
sector, Religious leader (MUI and Fatayat NU), and Community leader.
2. R & R system conducted and RH data collected is useful to identified problems in field related
with RH program. Type of contraceptive, buffer stock, and program needed can be acknowledged
through the data. Therefore District Health Office plans to implement RH data collection in all
PHC’s.
3. Visit to villages and dialogues with religious and community leaders in there is effective to
acknowledge the problems in field and what kind of program needed that can be support through
UNFPA and local budget allocation.
4. Direct supervision conducted to district is beneficial to evaluate the result of implementation of
program by sectors and personnel performance.

Section 4: Trainings and workshops all components:

1. How many people were trained for each output? (if not available just write down NA)
Output Indicator Planned to be trained Actually trained
Male Female Total
Mechanism to promote
Reproductive Health,
HIV AIDS and CCS are
R101 1 logistic officer 1 1
functioning in 6
provinces and 16
districts

The number of men,


women and young
people attended activities 12 FP Officer and
R301 6 6 12
promoting RH/FP Midwives
especially IERH and
prevention of GBV

R105 25 Religious leader 25 25

At least 3 Puskesmas in
9 selected districts
provide IERH services 47 Health Provider from 47 (5 doctor
R205 15 32
and VCT services for PHC’s Implementation and 8 nurse)
respective puskesmas are
identified

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Output Indicator Planned to be trained Actually trained

Proportion of identified
planners, policy makers
and parliamentarians
knowledgeable on the 42 planners from OKI
P101 33 9 42
linkages between district
population, reproductive
health, gender and
development

GBV prevention and


management include
monitoring and
evaluation system are
integrated and 36 Planners 10 26 36
functioning in provinces
and districts related
sectors work plans and
local budget.

G101 The three (3) service


points (medical, law-
enforcement,
shelter/psycho-social
assistance) in 18 priority 66 Service Provider for
sub districts (9 GBV cases (Women
23 43 66
districts/municipal) are Grass root organization
functioning in deliver an and Police officer)
integrated–minimum
standard assistance to
victims/survivors of
GBV

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2. How many workshops/trainings/meetings were held in 2009
Workshops Coordination Total
Trainings meetings
R101 6 1 9 16

R301 3 1 8 12

R105 7 1 3 12

R205 6 5 3 14

P101 1 2 9 12

G101 4 5 4 13
Programme Management (such as 8 8
quarterly coordination meeting with
Bappeda and PPMs

SECTION 4. Financial implementation

Implementatio
Output Budget Expenses n Rate
R101 145,215,000 140,565,000 96.80%
R301 651,300,775 677,056,300 103.95%
R105 138,340,000 139,140,000 100.58%
R205 413,656,000 396,001,000 95.73%
P101 166,075,000 166,075,000 100.00%
G101 340,861,800 341,234,300 100.11%
Total 1,855,448,575 1,860,071,600 100.25%

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