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AKATIGA Foundation will implement the Women’s Voices in the Monitoring and Improvement of Indonesia’s Universal Health Care Insurance Services Project (the Project), with the involvement of the following agency: Fatayat NU (Fatayat). The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development for Reconstruction and Development (hereinafter the Bank) has agreed to provide financing for the Project according to the Project Number P162172. In this project, AKATIGA collaborates with Fatayat NU – one of the largest Muslim women faith-based organization.
The objectives of this program is to contribute in improving access and quality of health services delivery for poor and vulnerable population in selected districts of Indonesia through collaborative social accountability mechanisms among stakeholders, which includes :
Poor communities, defined as those who are eligible to receive Indonesian health card, and assisted by Fatayat.
Health providers affiliated with the National Health Insurance network.
National Health Insurance policy makers at local and national level.
AKATIGA Foundation will implement material measures and actions so that the Project is implemented in accordance with the Environmental and Social Standards (ESSs). Three documents provides information on AKATIGA’s measures:
Environmental and Social Commitment Plan (ESCP) sets out material measures and actions, any specific documents or plans, as well as the timing for each of these.
Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP), which sets out he the stakeholder engagement activities in the local, provincial, and national level throughout the project lifecycle.
Labor Management Plan (LMP), which outlines the standards for labor relations in the project.
Download the documents in English and Bahasa here.