Harmonisation of Indonesia's One Poverty Data Policy Oriented Towards Sustainable Development Goals
Keywords:one poverty data, poverty alleviation policies, regulation reform, statistics, sustainable development goals
Objective: This research aims to implement social protection programmes through the One Poverty Data Policy more effectively, efficiently, and on target so that poverty reduction programme policies can run optimally following the sustainable development goals of eliminating poverty and hunger.
Method: This type of research is normative juridical with a descriptive-analytical approach, discussing existing legal symptoms and problems and testing them based on legislation and legal norms.
Result and conclusion: This study aims to present a potential resolution to the inadequacies observed in past poverty reduction initiatives. The absence of regulatory consistency across ministries has led to varying interpretations and definitions of poverty, the continued use of unchanged data, and the fragmented execution of programmes, which are the main elements contributing to this issue. The performance of data governance reforms needs the harmonisation and integration of social protection systems. The research holds great importance due to its ability to improve poverty alleviation initiatives' efficacy, efficiency, and accuracy. The possible benefits of implementing the One Data Poverty policy include enhancing the effectiveness and targeting of poverty alleviation efforts and aligning them with the objectives articulated in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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