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Indonesia: Transforming Grassroots Movements in Seizing Space for Public Accountability

The Strengthening Public Accountability for Results and Knowledge (SPARK) program aims to support civil society organizations, especially grassroots organizations or marginalized community organizations, to influence public policy and the general budgeting process.

SPARK has a monitoring-evaluation system that regularly records the achievements and challenges faced by the program and provides a reflective and deliberative learning space by accommodating adaptation space in encouraging change. The evaluation and learning process focuses on exploring program development and achievements on five main strategies: bolstering agency, reform coalition, accountability ecosystem, and enabling space and norms discourse. The notes obtained from these two processes are the main source of data in compiling this learning note.

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