SEPK 2006 intended to obtain information on the implementation of data collection at the household PSE'05 and events taking place in society as a result of the implementation of the melting SLT Phase I and Phase II. Additionally, SEPK 2006 was also conducted to obtain other information relating to the implementation of disbursement SLT Phase I and Phase II.
In 2005 BPS won the trust of the government to implement the 2005 Population Socioeconomic Data Collection (PSE'05), the actual implementation is poor data collection. The data collection is to obtain information about the poor household complete with addresses and characteristics. The information is needed by the government for poverty countermeasures program and to help ease the burden of life of the poor by giving cash to the poor directly, due to rising fuel prices as much as 2 times in April 2005 (up an average of 33%) and in October 2005 (up an average of 87.5%).
PSE'05 outcome data have been used by the government in the distribution of fuel compensation fund or the so-called direct cash assistance (BLT) that would later be renewed as Cash Transfer Subsidy (SLT) Phase I in October 2005 and Phase II in January 2006 .
PSE'05 monitoring and evaluation of the implementation and monitoring of the implementation on the ground thawing SLT Phase I and II are important to be implemented. For this purpose as the funders World Bank in cooperation with BPS will conduct Poverty Program Evaluation Survey (SEPK) 2006 integrated with the implementation of the Consumer Panel Module SUSENAS 2006.
Kind of Data
Sample survey data
Unit of Analysis
Households receiving cash transfers
v01: Basic raw data. Obtained from BPS
Implementation of the Poverty Program Evaluation Survey 2006 sample includes 10,640 households spread across the geographic regions of Indonesia. The household is also a sample of households selected Susenas Consumption Panel Module 2006. The data generated for the representative served on the national level.
Nasional coverage, representative to village level
Data is available at an external source. Please contact BPS for more information on the data requests.
Use of the dataset must be acknowledged using a citation which would include:
- the Identification of the Primary Investigator
- the title of the survey (including country, acronym and year of implementation)
- the survey reference number
- the source and date of download
Statistics Indonesia (BPS). Unconditional Cash Transfer 2006. Ref. IDN_2006_BLT_v01_M. Data downloaded from http://microdatalib.worldbank.org on 20th December 2012.
Data users claim that the data producer, the official distributor of the data, and the relevant funding agencies are not responsible for the use of data, interpretation, or conclusion based on the use of data.
DDI Document ID
World Bank Indonesia, Poverty Team
Date of Metadata Production
DDI Document version
Version 1 (18 April 2013): Initial version of DDI documentation.
Version 2 (13 February 2014): Revision of DDI documentation