Indonesia Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

UNDP, Indonesia

The Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) methodology examines the links between the three spheres of: national climate change policy; the institutional structures through which policy is channelled; and the process of resources allocation where public funding (both national and international) is made available for the implementation of relevant projects and programmes.

To realise Indonesia’s aim to transition from the current brown economy to green economy development pathways, it is crucial to integrate the principles of green economy into the processes of policy decision making, namely planning, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation, and audit. As part of the National Action Plan on Greenhouse Gases Emissions Reduction (RAN-GRK) and the Sustainable Development Financing (SDF) project, sub-national CPEIRs focused on analysing both adaptation and mitigation expenditures in Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) and Bangka Belitung (Babel) provinces were planned.

Mokoro Principal Consultant, Ray Purcell, undertook the Babel CPEIR. The assignment also included providing advice and support to the UNDP country office in their review of Performance Based Budgeting and Pro-poor Planning, Budgeting and Monitoring (P3BM) methodologies for the Sustainable Development Financing Programme, which focused on the sub-national level pilot CPEIRs for Bangka Belitung and NTT provinces.

The people behind the project

Project leader: Ray Purcell

Principal Consultant