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Resource Mobilization for CSO. Lesson from MADANI (Bahasa Indonesia) – Hamid Abidin (January 2024)

Resource Mobilization for CSO. Lesson from MADANI (Bahasa Indonesia) – Hamid Abidin (January 2024)

MADANI CSO partners were successful in diversifying their resources and improving their sustainability and self-reliance. This module documents the successful fundraising efforts and resource mobilization processes undertaken by MADANI’s partner CSOs. It serves as a practical primer and resource guide for local CSOs on how to raise funds and diversify their resources with real examples and tools that local CSOs can use to diversify their funding.

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Guide to Growing Together: Six Steps for Civil Society to Promote Collaborative Governance (Bahasa Indonesia) – Darmawan Triwibowo (January 2024)

Guide to Growing Together: Six Steps for Civil Society to Promote Collaborative Governance (Bahasa Indonesia) – Darmawan Triwibowo (January 2024)

This primer/handbook in Indonesian outlines and provides practical tips on the steps that a local CSO can take to build collaborative governance and mutual accountability approach, and how that may result in improved service delivery performance. The primer operationalizes MADANI’s successful approach and explains how CSOs can work effectively with local government and the private sector on service delivery issues.

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Philanthropy, Crowdfunding and Financial Sustainability for CSOs (Bahasa Indonesia) – Indonesia untuk Kemanusiaan (August 2023)

Philanthropy, Crowdfunding and Financial Sustainability for CSOs (Bahasa Indonesia) – Indonesia untuk Kemanusiaan (August 2023)

This report by Indonesia for Humanity (Indonesia untuk Kemanusiaan) is a follow-up on the 2022 report and analyzes MADANI’s support for CSO resource mobilization, which found that opportunities for obtaining funding are increasingly large and relevant, including through philanthropy and crowdfunding. Efforts that can take advantage of this potential include advocacy for beneficial regulations related to philanthropy, the use of online platforms, and public awareness campaigns on the importance of providing support to CSOs to respond to development challenges. However, the obstacles faced by CSOs are still many, both structural and technical.

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Analysis of MADANI’s Model of Civil Society Policy Advocacy – Prio Sambodho (February 2023)

Analysis of MADANI’s Model of Civil Society Policy Advocacy – Prio Sambodho (February 2023)

This independent analysis of MADANI partners’ policy advocacy strategies is based on a review of existing documents and field visits. The study finds that MADANI has been successful in helping CSOs shift towards inside-track advocacy strategies as opposed to outside-track confrontational activism, providing government with evidence collected through community surveys and social accountability tools. The study also identifies that those partners that built the relationships with the government carefully and with clear plans were more successful at achieving government-supported scale-up of their efforts. The analysis suggested that taking time to learn and improve the existing pilot programs and then communicating the impact to the LG in a more comprehensive manner has shown to be more effective than simply attempting to convince local governments to immediately adopt and scale up the model.

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MADANI Stories from Serang to Bulukumba

MADANI Stories from Serang to Bulukumba

In late 2022, MADANI partner AtmaGo supported the 32 Lead Partners to write impact stories, two by each partner, highlighting the changes they have achieved during the past 2-3 years. The stories are highlighting the testimony and celebration of our local CSOs, and at the same time a proof of the MADANI concept that, if the capacity of CSOs is improved, government accountability and communal tolerance can improve.

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The Impact of Rising Social Intolerance on Access to Public Services and Civil Liberties in Indonesia

The Impact of Rising Social Intolerance on Access to Public Services and Civil Liberties in Indonesia

This national study aims to examine the relationship between social intolerance and universal access to public services and civil liberties in Indonesia, focusing on the impact of religious intolerance on essential public services and civil liberties. The study differentiates between religious intolerance and religious conservatism to better understand the dynamics between the two.

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Results of 2022 Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Assessment

Results of 2022 Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Assessment

MADANI conducted the present Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) assessment to better understand the results, challenges, and lesson learned with regards to the implementation of the three GESI strategies. The team conducted extensive interviews with lead partners and learning forum members in East Java, South Sulawesi, and in Central Java.

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MADANI Lead Partner CSO Resource Raising: Rapid Mapping Results

MADANI Lead Partner CSO Resource Raising: Rapid Mapping Results

The purpose of the rapid survey mapping is to collect data on the extent to which Lead Partner CSOs have made efforts to raise resources before partnering with MADANI until when this rapid survey was carried out. This mapping also helps Lead Partner CSOs to develop fundraising strategies that they can implement during MADANI’s project support.
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