During 2017-2019, ICW has with support from the USAID-CEGAH program developed modules and provided training-of-trainers and set up an “Anti-Corruption School” (Sekolah Anti Korupsi, or SAKTI). These resources are now be leveraged and rolled-out in MADANI districts. Over the next two years, ICW will hold a series of trainings and coaching with civil society partners in MADANI’s 32 districts in six provinces in order to strengthen the civil society anti-corruption platform , draft guidelines for CSO integrity, provide tailored technical assistance to each local CSO partner, and coordinate advocacy and support campaign design and implementation. MADANI local partners are divided into four cluster based on their thematic focus, and the online training for the first cluster of 12 local partners working on maternal and neonatal health was held daily on the week of June 8-11. The remaining will be trained later in June. The kick-off meeting on June 8 presented the importance of civil society contributions in fighting corruption, especially in light of some of the ongoing political challenges experienced by the national Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).
Mainstreaming of Anti-Corruption in 32 USAID-MADANI Districts by Levering Previous USAID investments
USAID-MADANI collaborates with the Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) to mainstream issues around fighting corruption at the subnational level and strengthen the local anti-corruption movement by collaborating with MADANI partners.