2019 - The Effectiveness of Indonesia Smart Card (KIP) to Improving Access for Marginalized Groups in Indonesia.pdf

2019 – The Effectiveness of Indonesia Smart Card (KIP) to Improving Access for Marginalized Groups in Indonesia.pdf

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Access to education is a right for all citizens. But unfortunately, citizens are still blocked from
getting access to education, especially for marginalized groups. For this reason, the Indonesian government made a breakthrough in the Indonesian Smart Card program, or we call it Kartu Indonesia Pintar (KIP).

This program scheme aims to increase access for marginalized groups, reduce school costs, and prevent school dropouts. Through this program, students will get a yearly assistance fund of IDR 450.000 (USD 30) for primary, IDR 750.000 (USD 50) for junior secondary and IDR 1.000.000 (USD 67) for senior secondary. In 2020 the government provided a total of IDR 15,76 trillion (USD 1.008.186.465) for this program. It will be useless if this large amount of funds is not used equitably.

This is a very good breakthrough program, but its implementation in the regions still needs improvement. Based on the news in the media, many KIP distribution findings are not fair and not on target. There were inclusion error and exclusion error on it.

There are still many poor children in areas that do not get KIP fund, so they are threatened to drop out. Is that right? This research will answer it and show the data.

For this reason, this research is important as an evaluation material and input to the government to optimize the use of funds in the KIP program for marginalized groups which have so far been blocked from accessing schools.

Download: 2019 – The Effectiveness of Indonesia Smart Card (KIP) to Improving Access for Marginalized Groups in Indonesia.pdf

2019 - The Effectiveness of Indonesia Smart Card (KIP) to Improving Access for Marginalized Groups in Indonesia

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