Holding a Bachelor degree in Architecture and planning, Dede continued her study
in trans-disciplinary Environment management master course at University of
She has proven record on working in Sustainable Development areas for 10 years, in
a wide range of programmatic themes of Urban design, SDGs, Climate change,
renewable energy, Sustainable Tourism, waste management, and public finance. In
the last three years with WWF Indonesia She had been working to develop Green
Budget Tagging, a specific tool to measure green economy budgeting in Indonesia.
Joined the International Budget Partnership as Program Officer of SPARK Project in January 2020, based in Jakarta, Indonesia. But before, I was a researcher for OBS 2017 when I was working in Seknas FITRA. Prior to joining IBP, I worked for CRS (Catholic Relief Service) for three years as senior program officer. My role including manage program activities and budget, ensuring gender and safeguarding are maintreamed and applied in CRS-Indonesia Country Program’s programming and policies, facilitators for CRS’s capacity building program toward its implementing partners. I hold master degree (International Development) from Flinders University, South Australia, and graduated in Dec 2015. My master thesis is about gender responsive budgeting policy in Indonesia
Donny Setiawan, is the IBP’s Senior Program Officer for Indonesia. Prior to joining IBP in September 2019, he was the Executive Director/Secretary General of INISIATIF in 2009-2019. Under his leadership, INISIATIF grew up as one of the prestigious NGO who work on budget in Indonesia. He was actively engaged in many campaign activities on the issues of better public services, participatory planning and budgeting, budget transparency and accountability, freedom of information, and civic right. He also has many experiences in conducting research and advocacy on public policy and budget issues for various sectors (e.g., health, education, water and sanitation, natural resources, poverty, etc). He also has strong experiences working with local CSOs, national NGOs/CBOs, international NGOs, and government institutions.
His interest on social works began when he was a student at the Department of Architecture, Bandung Institute of Technology. At that time, he was co-founder of a student group that focus on participatory planning and urban poor issues. His journey in social works continued when he was joined the Indonesian Partnership on Local Governance Initiatives (a program funded by the Ford Foundation) in 1999 and joined INISIATIF in 2002.
Donny holds Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning with thesis ‘The Influence of Land Access to the Welfare of Poor Farmers” at the School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development, Bandung Institute of Technology.
Yuna joined IBP as Country Manager for Indonesia in February 2019, coming from the Office of the President of Indonesia where he served under the Special Presidential Staff as Budget Specialist. Between 2008 and 2013, Yuna was the Secretary General of the Indonesia Forum for Budget Transparency (FITRA), where he provided strategic leadership and direction to the consortium of civil society organizations’ engagements in budget processes. Under his leadership, FITRA started making budget analysis an integral part of more sector specific advocacy work (e.g., HIV-AIDS, MDGs, health, poverty, education, and the like), and established a budget resource center to support civil society and other community groups undertake stronger budget analysis for advocacy. After his stint at FITRA, Yuna started his PhD at the University of Sydney, which he successfully completed in 2018.