Last updated: 09/7/2020
Programme objectives

Addressing the rights and needs of the poorest and most vulnerable children 

References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018).
Country
Geographic area
Previous programme name (if any)
 
Institutions and agencies involved
Start date
2009
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018).
Programme components
PKSA includes cash transfers and social services, and is divided into sub-programmes according to the different target groups: neglected children under 5 years old; neglected children (5-18 years old); children living in the streets; children in contact with the law and vulnerable youth; children with disabilities; and children in need of special protection
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018).
Conditionalities (if any)
Conditionalities focus on behavioural changes, including increased social functioning of children and families and an increase in the use of basic social services. A case management approach and a series of family development sessions is carried out to achieve these behavioural changes, to ensure social rehabilitation and to facilitate access to social services
References
Personal communication.
Contribution type and amount
 
Targeting methods
Categorical Targeting
Targeted areas
Nationwide
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018).
Target groups
Children
Eligibility criteria
Neglected children and youth, from 0 to 18 years old; children living in the streets; children living with disabilities; children in contact with the law and vulnerable youth; and children in need of special protection (including victims of violence/abuse and exploitation such as trafficking, sexual abuse and child labour; children living with HIV/AIDS; and children of isolated indigenous communities)
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018).
Eligibility reassessment (if any)
 
Type of benefits
Cash
Amount of benefits
IDR1 million per year, down from IDR1.5 million in 2013. The PKS-ABT sub-programme for children under 5 provides part of its transfer as supplementary nutrition packages
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018). Personal communication. World Bank. 2012. JSLU, JSPACA, PKSA Cash and in-kind transfers for at-risk youth, the disabled, and vulnerable elderly. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/199371468042237781/pdf/673200WP00PUBL0Background0Paper0070.pdf. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Payment/delivery frequency
Payments are usually made as a lump sum, in instalments, or based on a needs assessment after being approved by social workers
References
World Bank. 2012. JSLU, JSPACA, PKSA Cash and in-kind transfers for at-risk youth, the disabled, and vulnerable elderly. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/199371468042237781/pdf/673200WP00PUBL0Background0Paper0070.pdf. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Benefit delivery mechanism
Bank transfer to children's bank accounts. PKS-ABT distributes nutrition packages in day care centres
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018). World Bank. 2012. JSLU, JSPACA, PKSA Cash and in-kind transfers for at-risk youth, the disabled, and vulnerable elderly. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/199371468042237781/pdf/673200WP00PUBL0Background0Paper0070.pdf. Accessed 11 May 2018.
Benefit recipients
Children and their parents
Minimum and maximum duration of benefits (if any)
The 2014 PKSA Guidelines determine that assistance ends if one of the following conditions are met: "(1) Beneficiaries are above 18 years of age, (2) move to another area, (3) their existence remains unknown for the period of 3 months, (4) deceased, (5) receiving more than one similar programs at one time, (6) parents are considered to be able fulfilling the rights of their children, (7) beneficiaries are married, (8) parents missed 3 FDS meetings in one year, (9) the participation of children in accessing services (of care, health, education and self-development) is below 75%, and (10) beneficiaries are accessing STILA (Strategi Tindak Lanjut – follow-up strategy) of PKSA" (p. 48)
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018).
Coverage
The programme reached 158,901 children in 2013, corresponding to 3 per cent or less of the targeted population. The government plans to expand coverage to 822,000 children by 2020
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018). Personal communication.
Programme expenditure
In 2010, the programme had a budget of IDR271 million. The government plans to expand the budget to IDR1.5 billion by 2020
References
UNICEF. 2015. Rapid Assessment of Child Social Welfare Program (PKSA). Jakarta: UNICEF. <https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/PKSA2015en.pdf>. Accessed 11 May 2018).
Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and frequency
 
Legal Framework
 
MIS
 
Population Group