SKALA focusses on strengthening selected elements of Indonesia’s large and complex decentralised governance systems such as Public Financial Management (PFM), Minimum Service Standard (MSS), planning and budgeting, and local leadership while strengthening GEDSI (Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion) mainstreaming into the systems. SKALA will prioritise the needs of women, people with disabilities and other vulnerable communities, and ensure that evidence underpin required policy and planning development. SKALA’s approach supports key stakeholders to collaborate and align efforts, resources, and expertise, while, building on and taking to scale, the outcomes and lessons of Australia’s past support to decentralisation.