Co-creation between government and civil society is a key to disclose the beneficial ownership (BO) data. This notion was delivered by Raden Siliwanti, Coordinator of Open Government Indonesia in the session on “How Governments and Civil Society can Collaborate to Improve Beneficial Ownership Disclosure”, one of the parallel discussion in the Global Conference on Beneficial[…]
The efforts to foster good governance and corruption eradication through PEP’s (Politically Exposed Person) mechanism in general still encountering many challenges. The Part of the reason lies in regulatory aspects. Cari Votava, Senior Financial Sector Specialist from World Bank highlighted the issue of PEP regulation. According to her, many countries still do not have a[…]
Natural resources give a significant contribution to the state, where the natural resources become the driver of economic growth in Asia Pacific. Unfortunately, bad governance and systemic corruption still hinder the effort to pursue sustainable development. As conveyed by Jelson Garcia, Asia Pacific Director of NRGI in Regional Meeting on Advancing Transparency and Anti-Corruption Movement,[…]
As the member of Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI), Government of Indonesia strengthens its commitment to disclose beneficial ownership (BO) in order to combat corruption, money laundering, tax evasion and terrorist financing, as stated by Bambang Brodjonegoro, Minister of National Development and Planning in his opening remark in the Global Conference on Beneficial Ownership Transparency,[…]
Publish What You Pay Indonesia as a civil society coalition which oversees the implementation of Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Indonesia has elected three CSO representations along with their alternates for Implementation Team of EITI Indonesia period 2017-2020.Along with the changes of CSO representatives, PWYP Indonesia conducted a workshop to review and compose the[…]
Civil society coalition of Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia delivered the people-version of revision of Oil and Gas Law, to the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) in discussion with MEMR last July. In this opportunity, Aryanto Nugroho, the Manager of Advocacy and Network PWYP Indonesia particularly highlighted some important points to be[…]
The wave of transparency in extractive industry sector has led to data disclosure in this secretive sector, whether data of revenue as well as contract. The data disclosure does not necessarily guarantee an accountability. Data needs to be processed and interpreted further. The financial modeling can bridge that gap, as explained by Johny West, the[…]
North Aceh District has 115,36 thousand poor people, with percentage of poor people 20,34% from the population of North Aceh District. With poverty line 274,799 Rp/Cap/Month. North Aceh has Poverty Depth Index (P1) 2,65, and Poverty Severity Index (P2) 0,54.This district is rich with natural gas potential.
Indragiri Hulu District has 29,60 thousand poor people, with percentage of poor people 7,50% from population. With poverty line 369,210 Rp/Cap/Month. Indragiri Hulu has Poverty Depth Index (P1) 1,00 and Poverty Severity Index (P2) 0,23. Indragiri Hulu is rich with natural potential of petroleum and coal.
Bojonegoro District has 196,83 poor people. This is 16,02% of total population. With poverty line 263,439 Rp/Cap/Month. Bojonegoro District has Poverty Depth Index (P1) 2,47, and Poverty Severity Index (P2) 0,60. The western part of Bojonegoro is Block of Cepu, one of the largest oil deposits in Indonesia.