Our Work

Improving District Capacity

LTKL through its partner network provides ‘blueprints’ and hosts capacity building programs for district members to transform into sustainable districts and enhance its regional competitiveness. The main focus for the programs are key pillars of governance namely (i) Planning, (ii) Regulatory Framework, (iii) Multi-stakeholders Governance, (iv) Joint Action Plans and (v) Progress Report & Communication.

1st Pillar: Policy & Regulatory Framework

Policy & Regulatory Framework Pillar refers to districts’ capacity to formulate and legalize regulatory frameworks needed to achieve sustainability targets. This pillar is focused on three major aspects: (i) land-use management; (ii) ease of doing sustainable business; and (iii) support for enabling conditions.

Some innovative sustainability regulations in LTKL districts are:
  1. Siak Bupati Regulation No. 103/2019 on Reducing Plastic Bag Usage
  2. Sintang Bupati Regulation No. 57/2018 on Land Opening Procedures for Smallholders
  3. Sigi Bupati Regulation No. 10/2018 on Accelerating the Diversification of Local-based Food Consumption
Other policy & regulation frameworks are accessible through the Library menu.

2nd Pillar: Planning

Planning Pillar refers to districts’ capacity to do planning based on sustainability principles. Said planning is realized through long-term and/or medium term roadmaps, and integrated into the districts’ planning documents. Three main planning documents in the subnational-levels are: (i) Medium-Term Development Planning / RPJMD; (ii) Regional Spatial Plan (RTRW); (iii) General Investment Plan (RUPM)

Programs:
  • District members’ participation on RPJMD coaching clinic for disaster-resilient and environment-based planning

3rd Pillar: Multi-stakeholders Governance

Collective Action Pillar refers to districts’ capacity to take initiative and proactively attract support, network, and investment to their district through a concrete sustainability action plan. A collection action plan has agreed targets & roles for each stakeholder involved in the collaboration. LTKL supports district members to design & implement the collective action plan.

Programs:
  • Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Agriculture, Aceh Tamiang
  • Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Commodities, Musi Banyuasin
  • Green Siak Coordination Team

4th Pillar: Collective Action

Collective Action Pillar refers to districts’ capacity to take initiative and proactively attract support, network, and investment to their district through a concrete sustainability action plan. A collection action plan has agreed targets & roles for each stakeholder involved in the collaboration. LTKL supports district members to design & implement the collective action plan.

Program:
  • Sustainable Investment Masterclass | a gradual training program designed to support district governments and stakeholders in preparing investment portfolios based on real needs in the field. Districts’ portfolios will be presented in a forum consisting of prospective investors/buyers/partners

5th Pillar: Progress Report & Communication

Progress Report & Communication Pillar refers to districts’ responsibility to establish a monitoring and reporting system, including the communication pathway to convey their sustainability progress with the public & non-public sectors and/or other stakeholders.

Program:
  • Regional Competitiveness Framework (KDSD) | Synthesis of existing frameworks developed to simplify the process of measuring and reporting comprehensive credibility claims of sustainable development in a way that is accepted by global & national consensus. KDSD is currently being implemented in Gorontalo, Sintang and Siak district, with a multi-stakeholder scheme.
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