The capacity development TA will help the government in establishing the two main social security administering bodies (BPJS). It will seek to ensure that they will be able to carry out their core functions: (i) collecting member contributions, (ii) paying benefits for health and pension in a timely manner, (iii) managing their assets in a proper and effective manner, (iv) keeping records through an efficient system to support their daily operations, and (v) implementing and abiding by a reliable system of governance. The TA will also help them incorporate the lessons of the social services experiences of other countries in Indonesia's systems.
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