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					Special Edition 2010




                                  Newsletter


National Seminar on South-South Cooperation




- Japan-South East Asian Meeting (J-SEAM)

- Workshop on Formulation Mechanism
  for Indonesia International Capacity
  Development Programme

- Third Country Training Programmes 2010




COORDINATING COMMITTEE FOR INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL COOPERATION (CCITC) OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
                                  Indonesia Technical Cooperation Programmes




Participants of Training Course
on Empowering Woman through
Social, Economic, and Cultural
Intervention




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Editorial                                                                                                  NEWSLETTER
Dear Readers,

On       behalf of the National Focal Point for
South-South Technical Cooperation/Technical
Cooperation among Developing Countries
(SSTC/TCDC) of Indonesia, we are happy
to give you the newsletter of our activities
during the year of 2010. Many activities                                                                         Published by
have been held during this period, including
                                                                                                         Bureau for Technical Cooperation
attending international forum on South-South
Cooperation, implementing South-South                                                                   State Secretariat of the Republic of
Technical Cooperation Training Programme,                                                                            Indonesia
and holding national coordination meeting.
For us, it is our responsibility to make sure that
the knowledge and experience gained by our
nation are shared to other developing countries.
Besides being entitled to our constitution,
                                                                                                                     Chief Editor
the South-South Cooperation is also one of                                                                       Rika Kiswardani
our national priority in Foreign Policy. The
South-South Cooperation is included in our           ture. The result of the mission is an evaluation
national mid-term development plan and the           for continuing programme in the future by Indo-                Senior Editor
“Jakarta Commitment” which was signed by             nesia in the African regions.                           Mukhammad Fahrurozi
the Government of Indonesia and Development
                                                          Eleven training programmes held during
Partners such as Japan International
                                                     2010 inter alia, namely: Third Country Train-
Cooperation Agency (JICA), United Nations
Development Programme (UNDP), and many               ing Programme on Agribusiness Technology                          Editors
other development partners.                          for Afghanistan Officials and Training Course                  Erdin Juwita
     For promoting the effectiveness of Third        on Empowering Women through Social, Eco-                  Arrya Tirto Sumarto
Country Training Programme, the Government           nomic and Cultural Intervention. We have also              Mochammad Iqbal
of Japan through JICA and Non-Aligned Move-          conducted fact finding mission to Myanmar and             Taufik Bagus Ismujati
ment Centre for South-South Technical Coop-          Vietnam for the Third Country Training Pro-                  Ivan Novianto
eration (NAM CSSTC) having held evaluation           gramme of Artificial Insemination on Dairy Cat-
programme on Mid-Term Evaluation for Third           tle, fact finding mission on Infrastructure sec-           Financial Administration
Country Training Programme on Micro Finance          tor in Timor Leste, visit to Farmers Agricultur-          Moch. Arief Fadillah
for African Region: Establishing and Managing        al Rural Training Center in Tanzania, attending
Micro Finance Institution. The training covered      Japan South East Asia Meeting in Manila, tak-                     Layout
the programmes from JFY 2004 to JFY 2006,            ing parts in Colombo Plan Consultative Meeting                 Ennerose
emphasized on the establishment and manage-          in New Delhi, India, participating in High Level
ment of micro finance institution (MFI). On the       Event on South-South Cooperation in Bogota
last training session, the participants were re-     – Colombia as well as in Geneva, Switzerland,                     Address
quested to prepare their back home plan (BHP).       visit to people centered development in Papua           State Secretariat Building
It is intended to be further excercised in their     and other activities done by the Bureau during     Jl. Thamrin No. 14 Jakarta Pusat
respective country’s microfinance development         the year of 2010.                                       Phone: + 62-21-3914477,
programme after participating in the training             Last but not least, we thank to the imple-                 3914795
course. In this publication, we also inform the      menting agencies and development partners for         Facsimile: + 62-21-3914169
report of the implementation of Revitalization       their continous commitment and effort in con-
of Farmer’s Agricultural Rural Training Center       ducting the South-South Technical Coopera-
(FARTC) in Morogoro, Tanzania. The mission           tion.
consisted of officials coming from Ministry of                                              Thank You
Foreign Affairs, Bureau for Technical Coopera-
tion, State Secretariat and Ministry of Agricul-                                    Rika Kiswardani




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Contents
    1. National Seminar on South-South Cooperation          Cooperation ..... 20
       in Jakarta ..... 8
                                                         6. Ghatering Alumni of Singapore Cooperation
    2. Japan-South East Asian Meeting (J-SEAM),             Programme’s Participants ..... 22
       Manila, Philippines ..... 12
                                                         7. Initiative Programme on Taxes, Customs and
    3. Coordination Meeting of South-South Technical        Excercise and Environment (Climate Change)
       Cooperation/Technical Cooperation among              by Team Survey of the Republic of Korea .....
       Developing Countries (SSTC/TCDC) ..... 15            24
    4. Visit Director General Statistical, Economi and   8. Colombo Plan Consultative Meeting in New
       Social Research and Training Center for Islamic      Delhi, India ..... 27
       Countries (SESRIC) to Indonesia ..... 18
                                                         9. High Level Event on South-South Cooperation
    5. Seminar on Strengthening Policy and                  and Capacity Development, Bogota, Colombia
       Institutional Framework on South-South               ..... 30

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10. Fact Finding Mission on Artificial Insemination        Programme (PCDP) in Papua ..... 36
    on Third Country Training Programme of
                                                      14. Interim Report Presentation for the 2nd Phase
    Artificial Insemination on Dairy Cattle ..... 32
                                                          of the Capacity Building for Public Officials for
11. Revitalization of Farmer’s Agricultural Rural         Government Innovation in Indonesia ..... 38
    Training Center (FARTC) Mkindo, Morogoro,
                                                      15. Understand Beneficiary Needs Field Survey
    Tanzania ..... 33
                                                          for Third Country Training Programme on TV
12. The First Senior Officials Meeting of the              Programme ..... 40
    Steering Committee of the Phase II Capacity
                                                      16. Consultative Meeting on Implementation
    Building Programme for OIC Countries
                                                          Mid-Term Evaluation Third Country Training
    (CBP4OIC), Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
                                                          Programme on Micro Finance for African
    ..... 35
                                                          Region: Establishing and Managing Micro
13. Field Visit of the People-Centered Development        Finance Institution ..... 41


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      17. Visit to Chinese Mandarin Language Teacher           Guideline Book of Korean Junior Experts
          from China in Pontianak ..... 44                     Assignment in Indonesia ..... 57
      18. 26th Session of the Standing Committee for       23. Workshop on Capacity Building for
          Economic and Commercial Cooperation                  Government Innovation in Indonesia ..... 58
          (COMCEC) of the Organization of the Islamic
                                                           24. The Training Programme for Young Leaders
          Conference ..... 46
                                                               JFY 2010 ..... 59
      19. Chinese Mandarin Language Teacher’s
                                                           25. Observation Visit of the Training Programme
          Welcoming Ceremony ..... 50
                                                               for Young Leaders JFY 2009/2010 ..... 61
      20. Fact Finding Mission on Infrastructure in Road
                                                           26. High Level United Nations Conference on
          Sectors for South-South Triangular Cooperation
                                                               South-South And Triangular Cooperation ..... 63
          between Indonesia, Timor Leste and JICA ... 52
                                                           27. Third Country Training Programmes 2010 ... 65
      21. Workshop on Formulation of Evaluation
          Mechanism for Indonesia International Capacity       1) TCTP on Agribusiness Technology for
          Development Programme ..... 54                          Afghanistan Officials
      22. Workshop on Improvement the General                  2) TCTP on Behaviour Change




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Crossings in Pontianak - West Kalimantan
   Communication in Family Planning/             Microfinance Institutions for African
   Reproductive Health                           Region
3) Training of Trainers of Participatory      8) International Training Course of Artificial
   Programme on Agricultural Extension           Insemination on Dairy Cattle
   Methodology
                                              9) TCTP on Vocational Rehabilitation for
4) TCTP on Integrated Maternal Neonatal and      Person with Disabilities
   Child Health (MNCH) with Mother and
                                              10) International Training Course on IT-Based
   Child Health Handbook (MCH) in the Era
                                                 for Electric Engineering Education
   of Decentralization
                                              11)Training Course on Empowering Women
5) TCTP on Capacity Building for Poverty
                                                 through Social, Economic and Culturl
   Reduction
                                                 Intervention
6) CTP on Geo-information for Decision
   Support System on Natural Hazard
   Management
7) TCTP on Establishing and Managing




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        NATIONAL SEMINAR ON SOUTH-SOUTH

                                       FOR       the purpose of equating perception
                                       and discussing the Development policy for
                                       South-South Cooperation among related
                                       involved Ministries, member of House of
                                       Representative, Local Government, Community
                                       Civil Organisation, development partner and
                                       universities, National Development Planning
                                       Agency held National Seminar on South-South
                                       Cooperation on 29 July 2010 in Jakarta. The
                                       opening ceremony of Seminar was officially
                                       opened by Minister of National Development
                                       Planning/Head of Bappenas, Armida S
                                       Alisjahbana and Vice Minister of Foreign
                                       Affairs, Mr. Triyono Wibowo and attended by
                                       10 (ten) resource persons: Dr. Lukita Dinarsyah
                                       Tuwo, Vice Minister of National Development
                                       Planning/Bappenas, Mr. Ibnu Purna, Executive
                                       Secretary to Minister of State Secretary, Dr.
                                       Andin Y, Head of Center for International
                                       Cooperation, Ministry of Finance, Dr. Syamsul
                                       Hadi, researcher of CEACOS-UI, Prof Dodi
                                       Nandika, Secretary General of Ministry of
                                       National Education, Ms. Yusni Emilia Harahap,
                                       Ministry of Agriculture, Tsunami and Disaster
                                       Mitigation Research Center (TDMRC)-Unsyiah,
                                       Indonesian Industry and Commerce, JICA and
                                       independent observer.
                                         On her remarks, Prof .Dr. Armeida Alisyahba-
                                       na conveyed that Indonesia has categorized into
                                       Middle Income Country (MIC), member of G-
                                       20 and strong position in ASEAN; therefore, In-
                                       donesia needs to strengthen its role through SSC.
                                       Indonesia has already shown its commitment by
                                       putting SSC into National Development Plan
Minister of National Development
                                       2005 -2025, Mid-National Development Plan
Planning/Head of Bappenas, Armida S.   2010-2014 and Jakarta Commitment on Aid for
Alisjahbana
                                       Development Effectiveness signed by among
                                       development partners in the beginning of 2009.
                                       Moreover, she revealed that Indonesia has an ac-



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COOPERATION

  tive role in various international   ed in order to expand economic       ing Grand Design of Indonesia
  forum for south-south coopera-       cooperation through SSC. Fur-        South-South Cooperation.
  tion, including as Task Team on      thermore, Indonesia is expected         While, Vice Minister of For-
  South-South Cooperation and          by other countries to share the      eign Affairs, Mr. Triyono Wibo-
  members of one of 15 Steering        knowledge and experiences in         wo in his remarks explained that
  Committee Members. Recent-           various areas such as handling       Seminar has a strategic value for
  ly, South-South Cooperation has      economic crisis, disaster risk re-   the developing and strengthen-
  a positive momentum related to       duction, climate change, pover-      ing strategy and policy direction
  economic cooperation integra-        ty alleviation, pandemic disease     on South-South Cooperation as
  tion in the regions. In doing so,    and democracy. She expect-           well as strengthening Indonesia
  coherence cooperation is need-       ed that it is necessary to creat-    position for boosting economic




  Resource persons of Seminar (from left) Dr. Andin Y, Mr. Ibnu Purna, Dr. Lukita DT, Mr. Dewo Broto (Mod-
  erator), Mr. Adik B and Dr. Syamsul Hadi.



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     (from right to left) Minister of National Development Planning/Head of Bappenas, Armida S. Alisjahbana,
     Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Triyono Wibowo and Ambassador Soemadi Brotodiningrat

     and trade sectors. In addition, he described on his-   ment through the implementation of Asian Afri-
     tory on South-South Cooperation, the initial pur-      ca Conference in 1955. South-South Cooperation
     pose of South-South Cooperation is to fill the gap      is an important media to strengthen Indonesia’s
     between South and North Countries. Moreover,           position in International Forum and the possibil-
     he stated that implementation of South-South           ity for exploring an alternative resources of fund
     Cooperation is less optimum due to lack of con-        and development funding shemes. He also stat-
     sensus among South Countries, including in the         ed that South-South Cooperation is cooperation
     form of cooperation projects. Indonesia as one         among developing countries based on principles
     of Country that has initiative is apart of Group       of solidarity, non-conditional, mutual benefit and
     15 and currently as the member of G-20, Indo-          non-interference as well as knowledge and expe-
     nesia has a main role for partnership rather than      riences that could be shared to other developing
     donorship paradigm in giving assistance to other       countries. Considering the current situation and
     developing countries. Therefore, focusing on co-       reality, he suggests that the South-South Cooper-
     operation through South-South Cooperation is es-       ation needs to be re-formulated by making appro-
     sential. He concluded that Grand Design of SSC         priate legal umbrella, formulating better institu-
     mustbe in line with the priority of the Indonesia      tional framework, planning and budgeting. On
     development.                                           the other hand, coordination among ministries/in-
       Other resource persons, Dr. Lukita Dinarsyah         stitutions, local government, development partner
     Tuwo, Vice Minister of National Development            and private sector is necessasy.
     Planning Agency/Bappenas, he underlined that,            Meanwhile, Mr. Ibnu Purna, Executive Secre-
     Indonesia at the beginning has a strong commit-        tary to Minister of State Secretary on his presen-


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tation stated that South-South     regards to financial scheme, In-    has also invited other resources
Technical Cooperation aimed        donesia has prioritised through    person from related ministries/
at achieving development goals     third party arrangement/triangu-   institutions with the interesting
in developing countries and        lar cooperation such with devel-   presentation on strategy, capac-
strengthened cooperation among     opment partners as Japan Intena-   ity and comparative advantag-
developing countries in various    tional Cooperation Agency, Co-     es, education scholarship, early
areas. He noted that the Govern-   lombo Plan Secretariat and UN-     warning system on disaster risk
ment of Indonesia has started      ESCAP. Relating to new strat-      management, and market share
implementing South-South Co-       egy in the future, he suggest-     and trade. *(Fhr).
operation in 1981 in the form of   ed that integrated coordination
providing training programmes.     among Institutions/Ministies,
Currently 7072 participants and    upgrading human resources de-
from 112 countries has attended    velopment, and supporting bud-
Indonesia training programmes.     get from Ministry of Finance,
Based on the data, ASEAN has       legal umbrella as Coordinating
the biggest portion (41%), fol-    Committee International Tech-
lowed by South Asia (23%) and      nical Cooperation involving re-
African Regions (20%). With        lated line ministries. Seminar




Indonesia National Development Planning Agency Building (Bappenas)


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     Japan-South East Asian Meeting (J-SEAM)




      Japan South East Asian              Indonesian Delegation con-
                                        sisted of Mr. Mukhammad
                                                                             The agenda of the Meeting
                                                                           were introduction of J-SEAM
     Meeting (J-SEAM) was held in       Fahrurozi, Head of TCDC Divi-      Web, Review of Annual Activities
     Manila,Philipines on 15 -18 June   sion, Bureau for Technical Coop-   in JFY 2009, J-SEAM’s Improve-
     2010. As a Chairman and Co-        eration, State Secretariat, Mrs.   ment Trails, Update of Member
     Chairman were Mr. Jonathan Uy      Dinar Henrika Sinurat (Depu-       Countries’ Recent Movement,
     (Director of National Econom-      ty Director of Directorate Tech-   Presentation and Discussion on
     ic and Development Autority-       nical Cooperation), Mr. Shigeki    Quality Improvement of SSC/
     Public Investment Staff, Philip-   Nakazawa (JICA Indonesia), and     TCTP and Group Discussions.
     pines) and Mr. Singo Tatematsu     Mrs. Lingga Kartika (Nation-         During the meeting, Indone-
     (Director of Planning Division,    al Staff, JICA Indonesia Office).   sian delegations explained the
     Southeast Asia Department II,      The aim of the meeting is to im-   development of policy on In-
     JICA Headquarter office) and        prove the effective implemen-      donesia South-South Coopera-
     participated by 33 delegation      tation of projects on Techni-      tion and also presented Qual-
     coming from ASEAN Countries        cal Cooperation among Devel-       ity Improvement of SSC/TCTP.
     and Timor Leste and officials       oping Countries and needs/re-      Besides that, Indonesia report-
     from JICA Headquarter and Na-      sources matching on JICA’s proj-   ed on Joint Fact Finding Mission
     tional Staff of JICA Representa-   ect in particular among ASEAN      on Third Country Training Pro-
     tive Office.                        Countries.


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                                   support for implementing pro-        storming between Ministry of
                                   gramme.                              Public Works of the Republic of
                                     2) Indonesia will conduct          Indonesia and Ministry of Pub-
                                   Training on Artificial Insemina-      lic work of Timor Leste which
                                   tion on Dairy Cattle (extended       was conducted in Bali on 20
                                   training for 3 years fiscal 2010-     April 2010.
                                   2013 as the result of the JAR-         3) Informed by Timor Leste’s
                                   COM meeting last year. Myan-         delegation, Director General of
                                   mar is one of the invited coun-      Road Sectors (Bina Marga), Min-
                                   tries and will be offered 2 or 3     istry of Public Works had a com-
                                   participants for 3 years imple-      mitment to dispatch Indonesian
                                   mented and funded by the Gov-        experts in the field of road sec-
                                   ernment of Myanmar and JICA.         tor to Timor Leste. The Govern-
                                     3) Indonesia proposes for dis-     ment of Japan through JICA will
                                   patching Indonesian experts to       fully support for the implemen-
                                   be facilitators in Myanmar as        tation of the project.
                                   funded by the Government of            4) State Secretariat will coor-
gramme of Artificial Insemina-      Myanmar or JICA.                     dinate inter-ministries (Minis-
tion which was held from 14 to       At the same time the results       try of Public works, Ministry of
19 March 2010 in Myanmar and       of the Meeting with Timor Leste      Foreign Affairs) to decide on In-
Vietnam. Indonesia also report-    are as follows:                      donesian position such as avail-
ed the results from the training     1) Timor Leste asked for Indo-     able amount of experts and pe-
of Strengthening for implemen-     nesia’s assistance on capacity       riod of time. The result of the
tation Capacity of Development     building in the road sectors in      inter-Ministries Meeting will be
Training under South-South Co-     the form of dispatching experts      reported to the Government of
operation which implemented        for 3 (three) years, starting from   Timor Leste and JICA Indonesia
from 25 January to 4 February      2010-2013.                           Office.
2010 in Tokyo, Japan.                                                     Following up the results of the
                                     2) Responding to Timor leste’s
  On that occasassion, the del-    proposal, Indonesia wished for       Meeting, the Bureau for Techni-
egation had a bilateral group      a completed report of the brain-     cal Cooperation, State Secretar-
discussions with the Myanmars’
and Timor Leste’s delegation.
Several of their needs/request-
ed have come up:
  Myanmar has requested In-
donesia to implement Train-
ing on Dairy Cattle Develop-
ment which will be held for 3
years respectively and attend-
ed by 15 Myanmars’ participant
from 2010 – 2012. With respect
to this request, Indonesia pro-
posed 3 (three) alternatives:
  1) Accomodating myanmars’
request to be held from fiscal
year 2012 funded by the Gov-
ernment of Myanmar or JICA In-
donesia Office. Indonesia will


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                                                                           lateral meeting to be conduct-
                                                                           ed in fiscal year 2010 as the
                                                                           commitment in the previous bi-
                                                                           lateral meeting in Petchaburi,
                                                                           Thailand in 2008. Thailand indi-
                                                                           cated that it will be the host of
                                                                           bilateral meeting provided that
                                                                           Indonesia withdrawing from
                                                                           the implementation next meet-
                                                                           ing. *(Fhr).




     iat will:                            programme such as the estab-
       1) Prepare programme and           lishment of a database, upga-
     coordinate with implementing         ding facilitator capacity, net-
     agencies and JICA for the im-        working with the Focal Point in
     plementation of the 2010 pro-        the participating countries.
     gramme and preparation indic-           In this opportunity, the Indo-
     ative of programme and bud-          nesian delegation also came
     geting for fiscal year 2011 as        up with the progress of South-
     the result of bilateral, multilat-   south Cooperation Programme
     eral and trilateral commitment       and as the awareness that In-
     with donors.                         donesia has not established a
       2) Organize programmes and         Standard Operational Procedure
     counterpart budget for fiscal         (SoP) on the implementaion of
     year 2012 in accordance with         Monitoring and Evaluation yet,
     the results of the Meeting with      Indonesia expected that J-SEAM
     Myanmar on the implementa-           Secretariat could dispatch the
     tion training programme on           experts to Indonesia for re-for-
     Dairy Artificial Insemination on      mulating SoP on Monitoring
     Dairy Cattle and possible im-        and Evaluation Indonesia TCDC
     plementation training on road        Programme. As response for In-
     sectors in Indonesia for Timor       donesian delegation, J-SEAM
     Leste’s participants.                Secretariat will consider and in-
       3) Offer programme in ear-         volve all the member countries
     ly time (3 months before com-        of J-SEAM.
     mencement) with the purpose             During the J SEAM, the Indo-
     of getting suitable/qualified         nesian delegations had a bilat-
     candidates.                          eral meeting with Thailand in
       4) Support and coordinate          particular on Technical Coop-
     with implementing agency of          eration between Indonesia and Makati City and traditional
     TCDC Programme for continu-          Thailand which is planned in transportation Jeepney in Manila,
     ing and improving quality of         2010. Thailand expected the bi- Philippines



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Coordination Meeting of South-South
Technical Cooperation/Technical
Cooperation among Developing Countries




 The Bureau                  for
                                   invited to attend the meeting.
                                   The Meeting was also attend-
                                                                       tion of South-South Cooper-
                                                                       ation;
Technical Cooperation, State       ed by officials from Ministry of       Obtaining overview on gov-
Secretariat has organized a co-    Foreign Affairs (Directorat of      ernment’s policy for South-
ordination meeting to formu-       Technical Cooperation and Di-       South Technical Coopera-
lize the Workplan 2010 for         rectorat of Social Culture for      tion/TCDC Programme;
the Indonesian South-south         Developing Countries Interna-
Technical Cooperation/Techni-                                             Discussing on administra-
                                   tional Organisation), National      tive budgeting for South-
cal Cooperation among Devel-       Development Planning Agency
oping Countries (SSTC/TCDC).                                           South Cooperation;
                                   (Bappenas) and JICA Indonesia
The meeting was a part of the      Office.                              Enhancing an administrative
Bureau’s annual activity to car-     The meeting served as             services for the implementa-
ry out smooth implementation       a         forum to coordinate       tion TCDC Programme;
of trainings under SSTC/TCDC       and     discuss the implemen-          Adding up stakeholders’
programme. The meeting was         tation of TCDC Programme as         knowledge on Indonesian
attended by 44 participants        well as a media to strengthen       capacities and its develop-
from numerous ministries/in-       cooperation between the State       ment.
stitutions.                        Secretariat and the implement-      Several matters, in the meet-
  For this year 2010, the meet-    ing agencies, and to carry out    ing, were discussed including
ing was convened from 19 to        a smooth courses implementa-      as follows:
21 February 2010 at Mirah Ho-      tion. The following are purpos-     a. Review of the implementa-
tel, Bogor. Representatives        es of the Meeting:                tion management of TCDC Pro-
from implementing agencies                                           grammes;
                                        Coordinating implementa-
of the TCDC Programme were


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                                                                            history, facts, and challeng-
                                                                            es in the future related to pol-
                                                                            icy, financial and compara-
                                                                            tive advantages. Besides, one
                                                                            speakers from National Devel-
                                                                            opment Planning Agency, Ms.
                                                                            Agustin Aryana, Deputy Direc-
                                                                            tor of Bappenas informed that
                                                                            South-South Cooperation was
                                                                            a part of Mid-National Devel-
                                                                            opment Plan (2010-1014) pri-
                                                                            ority. She added that in that
                                                                            moment through Jakarta Com-
                                                                            mitments that signed by devel-
                                                                            opment partners, Bappenas es-
                                                                            tablished the Work Team on
                                                                            Capacity Building and Knowl-
       b. Exchange       views    on    order to improve the imple-
                                                                            edge Management. The team
     strengthening Indonesia South-     mentation of TCDC in the fu-
                                                                            had responsible for making
     South Cooperation                  ture.
                                                                            policy framework on such In-
       c. Quality improvement of          Mr. Idhi Maryono, Deputy Di-      donesia South South Coopera-
     TCDC programmes implemen-          rector for Technical Coopera-       tion issues, institutional frame-
     tation, including mechanism of     tion, Ministry of Foreign Affairs   work, comparative capacities
     Monitoring and evaluation.         in his presentation described       and database.
       d. Improvement        financial   on Foreign Affairs’ policy espe-      Ms. Dinur and Ms. Lingga
     administration of TCDC pro-        cially on South-south Technical     Kartika, from JICA Indonesia
     grammes implementation             Cooperation:                        office had also conveyed a view
       e. Explaining formulation of       1. Technical      cooperation     of South-South Cooperation.
     the JICA’s projects                should be regarded as a tools       They stressed on policy JICA
       Mrs. Rika Kiswardani, Act-       for strengthening cooperation       on South-South Cooperation
     ing Head of Bureau for Techni-     among nations to establish in-      and model of analysis problem
     cal Cooperation, State Secre-      ternational order.                  and efforts to solve the prob-
     tariat as the host of the Meet-      2. He gave an advice for the      lems rise for the implementa-
     ing, in her opening remarks,       future, the donor countries to-     tion of SSC. Specifically, Ms.
     conveyed appreciation and          gether with the host countries      Lingga explained on the result
     gratitude for speakers and par-    are expected to understand for      of training on Strenthening for
     ticipants who attended the         solving the problem obstacle in     Implementation Capability of
     Meeting. She emphasized the        line with the implementation        Development Training under
     important of the meeting and       of SSTC/TCDC programme.             South-South Cooperation and
     expected their support from          Following his remarks, Mr.        expected Indonesia will be fa-
     related institutions in particu-   Ronald P. Manik, Deputy Direc-      miliar and efforts to solve its
     lar for the implementation of      tor of Social Culture and other     challenges attended by Ms. Er-
     South-south Technical Coop-        developing Countries Interna-       din Djuwita, State Secretari-
     eration Programme/TCDC Pro-        tional Organisation, Ministry       at, Ms. Ida Susanti Mudjajadi,
     gramme. She also highlighted       of Foreign Affairs, emphasized      Ministry of Foreign Affairs and
     the important role of the Meet-    for following up the strengte-      Ms. Lingga Kartika, JICA Indo-
     ing as a medium for coordina-      hing and policy framework for       nesia Office (see an issue anal-
     tion, consultation and sharing     Indonesia South-South Coop-         ysis sheet belows).
     experiences among others in        eration. He explained about           In the meeting, represen-


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tative of implementing agen-      portant role in strengthening     donesia, the TCDC could be
cies were given time to re-       the international relation, in    directed in achieving foreign
port their planning in conduct-   form of regional as well as       political goals. In addition,
ing training under TCDC Pro-      bilateral cooperation. The        the TCDC implementation
gramme. They were also invit-     growing commitment from           should be well-organized,
ed to share their experiences,    developing countries and          and in line with the national
problems and obstacles they       emerging support from var-        interest. * (Fhr/Ibl).
faced in preparing the training   ious multilateral institutions
courses. The meeting was con-     are still offering opportuni-
tinued with discussion session    ties for TCDC development
which was a significant oppor-     in the future.
tunity to find better solutions    2. The improvement of
to improve TCDC programme         TCDC/SSTC should strategi-
quality as well as quantity in    cally put TCDC on tackling
the future.                       prioritized issues as real con-
  In the meeting, the adminis-    tribution for national devel-
trative and financial arrange-     opment in developing coun-
ments were also being dis-        tries, and furthermore, TCDC
cussed. It was agreed that the    should generate a financial
invitation and endorsement        support through better col-
procedures by the invited coun-   laboration with foreign do-
tries is time consuming, there-   nor such as JICA, UNDP, ES-
fore the preparation and invi-    CAP, etc.
tation process should be done
                                  3. In the national level, im-
as soon as possible before the
                                  provement of TCDC should
training commenced.
                                  be encouraged by intensify-
  The meeting recommended         ing cooperation with the re-
among others as follows:          spective institutions. For In-
   1. TCDC/SSTC plays an im-




                                                                                                    17
      Visit Director General Statistical, Economic and Social
         Research and Training Center for Islamic Countries
                                        (SESRIC) to Indonesia
                                                                         held on May 2010 in Abu Dha-
                                                                         bi, UEA.
                                                                           Furthermore, He added that
                                                                         The first Meeting of DCIs of the
                                                                         OIC Member Countries was suc-
                                                                         cesfully held in Istanbul in May
                                                                         2009 with the participation of
                                                                         five Ministers and the Head and
                                                                         Representatives of 11 DCIs of
                                                                         the OIC Member Countries and
                                                                         the SESRIC. The Meeting was
                                                                         the first instrumental step to-
                                                                         wards establishing a suistan-
                                                                         able cooperation and collabo-
                                                                         ration mechanism among the
                                                                         DCIs of the OIC Member Coun-
                                                                         tries with a view to achieving
                                                                         more significant and tangible
                                                                         results, particularly in the area
                                                                         of poverty alleviation in the tar-
                                                                         get Member Countries. In ad-
                                                                         dition he informed that based
                                                                         on Istanbul Declaration, which
                                                                         was adopted by the first Meet-
                                                                         ing, the representatives of the
                                                                         DCIs agreed upon and took de-
                                                                         cisions on various issues includ-
                                                                         ing convening annual meetings
                                                                         of DCIs and forming an Experts
                                                                         Group to prepare guidelines
     Dr. Savaz Alpay, Director General of SESRIC-OIC
                                                                         and procedures for the OIC De-
                                                                         velopment Assistance Commit-

      On       Wednesday, 14th of                                        tee (OIC-DAC) to coordinate the
                                       On that occasion, Dr. Savas in-   work of the DCIs in order to at-
               April 2010, the Bu-
                                       formed the implementation of      tain a succesfull and fruitful co-
     reau for Technical Coopera-
                                       the 2nd Meeting of the Devel-     operation among them at the
     tion welcomed Dr. Savas Alpay
                                       opment and Cooperation In-        OIC level. The Experts Group
     on the Bureau. Dr. Savas intro-
                                       stitutions-Organization of Is-    Meeting was organised by the
     duced the SESRIC, a subsid-
                                       lamic Conference (DCIs-OIC) of    SESRIC in Ankara in December
     iary organ of Organization for
                                       Member Countries which was        2009 where the “Draft Opera-
     Islamic Conference, activities.



18
tional Framework for the OIC        a. To collect, process and dis-    sia as well, SESRIC expected an
Development Assistance Com-         seminate socio-economic sta-       active role done by Indonesia
mittee (OIC-DAC) was prepared       tistics and information on and     for attending the Meeting and
and some recommendation             for the utilization of the mem-    a positive contribution.
made on various related con-        ber countries,                       Pertaining to Indonesia tech-
cepts and issues for consider-      b. To study and evaluate the       nical cooperation mainly South
ation and adoption by the sec-      economic and social develop-       South Technical Cooperation,
ond Meeting of the DCIs.            ments in the member countries      Mr. Mukhammad Fahruro-
  Beside visit to the Bureau for    to help generate proposals that    zi, Head of TCDC Division and
Technical Cooperation, State        will initiate and enhance co-op-   as representative of the Act-
Secretariat, Dr. Savas also visit   eration among them, and            ing Head of Bureau for Techni-
the National Development Plan-      c. To organise training pro-       cal Cooperation said that Indo-
ning Agency (Bappenas), Minis-      grammes in selected fields          nesia has a lot of capacities for
try of Foreign Affairs and im-      geared to the needs of the mem-    implementing capacity building
plementing agency of TCDC           ber countries as well as to the    programme through triangular
Programme, Singosari Artificial      general objectives of the Orga-    cooperation. In addition, he in-
Insemination Center in Malang,      nization of the Islamic Confer-    formed that Indonesia has also
East Java. Moreover, He ex-         ence.                              experts in various fields who
plained that as subsidiary orga-      With regards to the prepa-       can be utilised to OIC member
nization of OIC situated in An-     ration for the second Meet-        countries in particular for least
kara, Turkey. There are three       ing DCIs-OIC of Member Coun-       developing countries. *(Fhr).
mandates given by OIC to SES-       tries which was participated by
RIC:                                member countries and Indone-




                                                                                                           19
  Seminar on
Strengthening
  Policy and
 Institutional
Framework on
 South-South
 Cooperation

      With          regards to man-
                    aging and mak-
     ing coodination on Indonesia
                                       Strengthening Policy and Insti-
                                       tutional Framework on South-
                                       South Cooperation in Bandung
                                                                            in the purpose of opening In-
                                                                            donesia market products.
                                                                          - Making Data compilation for
     South-South Coopertion among      8 to 9 April 2010.                   implementation        Indonesia
     stakeholders (Economic Co-          The following are the objec-       South-South Cooperation by
     operation among Developing        tives of the seminar:                various institutions.
     Countries/Technical Coopera-      - Establishing policy frame-       - Discussing issues on budget-
     tion among Developing Coun-          work and Institutional agen-      ing Indonesia South-south
     tries), initiated by Director-       cy as coordinator Indonesia       Cooperation Programme.
     at Social Culture and Develop-       South-South Cooperation.        The expected result of Semi-
     ing Countries International Or-   - Recognizing comparative ad-        nar:
     ganization, Ministry of Foreign      vantages for South-south Co-    - Understanding among imple-
     Affairs convened Seminar on          operation in particular areas     menting institutions and aca-


20
                                     ation Programme which will
                                     report to the related Minis-
                                     ters.
                                    As the coordinator of Indone-
                                  sia South-South Technical Co-
                                  operation Programme, Bureau
                                  for Technical Cooperation Pro-
                                  gramme, State Secretariat was
                                  invited to be one of resource
                                  person who expected to con-
                                  tribute the recommendations on
                                  the aforementioned areas. Oth-
                                  er resource persons were for-
                                  mer Ambassador H.E. Soemadi
                                  Brotodiningrat, Mr. Idhi Mary-
                                  ono, Deputy Director of Tech-
                                  nical Cooperation, Ministry of
                                  Foreign Affairs, Mr. Dewo Bro-
                                  to Joko Purwanto, Director of
                                  Foreign Funding Multilater-
                                  al, researcher from Center for
                                  East Asian Cooperation Stud-
                                  ies- University of Indonesia and
                                  Dr. Dadet Pramadyanto from
                                  Electronic Polytechnic Suraba-
                                  ya. In addition to be audiences
                                  were officials in charge SSC in
                                  the Ministries, universities and
                                  line Ministries. (Fhr).




  demics on Indonesia South-
  South Cooperation.
- Finding inputs for creating
  policy framework and insti-
  tutional on Indonesia South-
  South Cooperation.
- Identifying a specific Indone-
  sia South-south Cooperation
  areas.
- Arranging recommendation
  an action plan with the pur-
  pose of strengthening Indo-
  nesia South-South Cooper-


                                                                     21
     Gathering Alumni of Singapore Cooperation
     Programme’s Participants




      Staffs of Singapore Embassy




                                           F
                                                 or the purpose of
                                                 friendship and net-
                                                 working among alum-
                                        ni of Singapore Cooperation
                                        Programme, the the Repub-
                                        lic Singapore through Embas-
                                        sy of Singapore in Jakarta con-
                                        ducted an annual program of
                                        Ghatering Singapore Coopera-
                                        tion Programme among alum-
                                        ni on 3 February 2010. This
                                        event was attended by officials
                                        from related ministries such
                                        as Mrs. Rika Kiswardani, Act-
                                        ing Head of Bureau for Techni-
                                        cal Cooperation, Deputy Chief


22
of Mission of Embassy of Sin-
gapore, Mr. Lim Hong Huai, of-
ficials of Singapore Embassy,
Mr. Jonathan HAN and his col-
leagues and ex-trainers of SCP
Programme from several insti-
tutions/ministries and it took
placed at ballroom of Embassy
Singapore, Jakarta. In his wel-
come remarks representative
of Ambassador, Mr. Lim Hong
Huai stated that this gathering
was aimed as a media for main-
taining network and friendship
among the ex-alumni, besides,
it would be a media for expand-
ing and strengthening coopera-
tion between two countries, In-
donesia and Singapore in the
form of providing technical
training programmes. Mr. Lim
welcomed and expected that
through the event, ex trainees
would be happy and enjoy with
some memories during join-
ing training in Singapore as
well as a variety of cuisines like
Chinese cuisines, Indian cui-
sines and Malay cuisines. More-
over, Mr. Lim conveyed the Bu-
reau for Technical Cooperation
which continuing as facilita-
tor for sending officials to Sin-
gapore. Furthemore, he hoped
that Alumni will be active in
beneficial activities such as so-
cial activities.                     Mr. Lim Hong Huai, Deputy Chief of Mission, Singapore
    Representative from In-          Embassy to Indonesia
donesia, Mrs. Rika Kiswarda-
ni, Acting Head of Bureau for        with a number of training pro-      works worldwide. She hoped
Technical Cooperation gave an        grammes to the alumni. Addi-        that this beneficial programmes
opportunity for delivering re-       tionally, he believed that trough   will be further continued and
marks. She expressed sincere         the training the SCP conducted,     bilateral cooperation between
gratitude to come to the event       alumni have the same feelings       two countries will be strength-
of SCP Alumni gathering, and         that they not only have gained      ening through the provision of
also thanked for the generos-        valuable knowledge, skills and      training programmes. (*Fhr/Ibl).
ity of the government of Sin-        improved competence but net-
gapore to provide Indonesia

                                                                                                            23
     INITIATIVE PROGRAMMES ON TAXES, CUSTOMS
     AND EXCISES AND ENVIRONMENT (CLIMATE
     CHANGES) BY TEAM SURVEY REPUBLIC OF KOREA




     T
            he Bureau for Technical    vey consisted of 6 delegation      1. Title Improvement of Envi-
            Cooperation, State Sec-    lead by Mr. Cho Kwang Geol,        ronmental Planning Program
            retarat represented by     and the members are Mr. Yang       2. Objective
     Mrs. Rika Kiswardani, Acting      Il Joo, Dr. Cho Chang Yeul, Dr.
     for Head of Bureau for Techni-                                          This training program aims
                                       Kim Yong Shik dan Mr. Lee Duk      to strengthen institutional ca-
     cal Cooperation welcomed to       Soo. On that meeting, Team
     Team Survey Korea visit to In-                                       pacity of Ministry of Environ-
                                       Survey Korea had indicated to      ment and environmental de-
     donesia which aimed to dis-       give assistance to Indonesia for
     cuss the implementation      of                                      partments of local govern-
                                       the implementation on project      ments of Indonesia by sharing
     technical assistance to Indone-   based in the three fields above.
     sia in the field of Taxes, Cus-                                       experience and knowledge of
                                       As the result of the Meeting,      Korea, and by investigating en-
     toms and Excises and Environ-     Mrs. Rika Kiswardani as rep-
     ment. Despite the State Secre-                                       vironmental issues and strate-
                                       resentative of Indonesia and       gies of Indonesia.
     tariat, the Team survey Korea     Mr. Cho, Kwang Geol signed
     was also visit the implementing   the Minutes of the Meeting on      3.Period:      three      years
     agencies in Indonesia, namely     the Multi –Year Training Pro-      (2010~2012)
     Ministry of Finance and Minis-    gramme implementation.             4. Scope of the program
     try of Environment. Team sur-     The Training programme                The program will be imple-


24
mented through three phases        cooperation                        tion on IT and Change Manage-
to effectively achieve the ob-     5. Evaluation of the Program       ment Design
jectives as follows:               An overall evaluation of the-      - Study Visit to KOICA Pro-
A. First Phase (2010~2011):        outcome and effectiveness of       gram: Invitation of fifteen (15)
Establishment of environment       this muli-year training program    tax officials (manager level, in-
plans integrated with environ-     will be implemented at the end     cluding IT officials) for the Ko-
mental carrying capacity           of the third phase                 rean recent development of tax
- Training(Oct 2010): Sixteen      1. Title                           policy, economic growth path
(16) trainees from Ministry of     IT Based Development Program       and taxation, history and sta-
Environment and local govern-      on Taxation in Indonesia           tus of e-tax system, which con-
ments                                                                 sists of lectures, field trips, etc.
                                   2. Objective                       (This Study Visit has been im-
- Workshop(First half, 2011) :        IT Based Development Pro-
Presentations on potential is-                                        plemented from June 10 -July
                                   gram on Taxation in Indone-        8, 2010.)
sues for establishing environ-     sia will provide technical as-
ment plans by Indonesian offi-                                         B. Second Phase (2011): Coop-
                                   sistance in developing IT sys-     eration on Tax Information Sys-
cials accompanied with discus-     tem with Directorate General
sion and/or consultation by Ko-                                       tem Design and Development
                                   of Taxes (DGT) in order to help
rean experts                       enforcing capacity building of     - Study Visit to KOICA Program:
B. Second Phase (2011~2012):       DGT staffs.                        Invitation of twenty (20) tax of-
Effective management of Envi-                                         ficials to benchmark and coop-
                                   3. Period: 3 years (2010~2012)     erate on Tax Information Sys-
ronmental Impact Assessment
to     promote harmonization       4. Scope of Outline                tem design and development.
between development and en-           The program will be imple-      - Expert Dispatch Program: As
vironment.                         mented through three phases        a follow-up program of study
- Training(Second half, 2011):     to achieve the objectives of the   visit to Korea, a group of ex-
Fifteen (15) trainees from Min-    program effectively as follows:    perts will be dispatched to co-
istry of Environment and local     A. First Phase (2010): Coopera-    operate in the field of IT design
governments
- Workshop (First half, 2012):
Discussion between Indone-
sian EIA staff and Korean ex-
perts in order to find out how
to improve the EIA system in
Indonesia
C. Third Phase (2012-2012):
(Detailed contents of the Pro-
gram will be discussed later)
- Training(Second half, 2012) :
Fifteen(15) trainees from Min-
istry of Environment and local
governments
- Symposium(Second         half,
2012) : Presentations on the
outcome of the 3 year program
and discussions for the future


                                                                                                            25
     and development.                    ation, both parties shall take     B. Second Phase (2011): FTA
     - Seminar: IT Project Manage-       necessary measures.                Implementation and Origin
     ment, Risk Management and           Title : Customs Technical Coop-    Course� in Korea for 2 weeks
     Change Management                   eration Program                    - Invitation of fifteen (15) par-
     C. Third Phase (2012): Cooper-      1. Objective                       ticipants from the middle man-
     ation on Tax Information Sys-       2. The cooperation program         ager level, on introduction of
     tem Management, Monitoring,            will provide technical assis-   FTA implementation system &
     and Evaluation                         tance to enhance the admin-     policy, strategy for improving
     - Study Visit to KOICA Program:        istrative capacity of Indone-   utilization of AK FTA of Korean
     Invitation of fifteen (15) tax of-      sian Customs.                   Customs, and Origin matters of
     ficials (manager level, including                                       AK FTA, which consists of lec-
                                         3. Period: 3 years (2010~2012)     tures, field trips such as visits
     IT officials) to benchmark and       4. Scope of Outline
     cooperate on Tax Information                                           to Busan (or Incheon Airport)
     System management, monitor-            The program will be imple-      Customs, industrial visits, etc.
     ing, and evaluation.                mented by three phases to          - A Workshop will be held in In-
                                         achieve the objective of the       donesia after finishing the Sec-
     - Final Workshop: To share the      Program effectively as follows:
     results of cooperation during                                          ond Phase Course in 2011 to
     the project period, all partici-    A. First Phase (2010): Cus-        follow up the results of the Sec-
     pants and related agencies of       tom Valuation and Post Audit       ond Phase Course and to devel-
     D.G of Tax have a final work-        Course in Korea for 2 weeks        op the Third Phase Course.
     shop, to cover the result of the    - Invitation of fifteen (15) par-   C. Third Phase (2012): Cus-
     cooperation and future coop-        ticipants from the middle man-     toms Clearance and Risk Man-
     eration possibilities.              ager level, on the introduction    agement Course� in Korea for 2
     5. Evaluation of the Program        and management of Customs          weeks
                                         Valuation and Post Audit Sys-      - Invitation of fifteen (15) par-
     KOICA will undertake a mid-         tem of Korean Customs, which
     term and/or final evaluation                                            ticipants from the middle man-
                                         consists of lectures, practice,    ager level, on introduction of
     of the program. In accordance       field trips, etc.
     with the results of the evalu-                                         Import & Export Clearance sys-
                                                                            tem & policy, strategy for im-
                                                                            proving trade facilitation of Ko-
                                                                            rean Customs including Time
                                                                            Release Study(TRS), and Risk
                                                                            Management System for im-
                                                                            ported, which consists of lec-
                                                                            tures, practice, field trips such
                                                                            as visits to Busan (or Incheon
                                                                            Airport) Customs, industrial
                                                                            visits, etc.
                                                                            5.. Evaluation of the Program
                                                                            KOICA will undertake a mid-
                                                                            term and/or final evaluation
                                                                            of the Program. In accordance
                                                                            with the results of the evalu-
                                                                            ation, both parties shall take
                                                                            necessary measures. (*Fhr).



26
Colombo Plan Consultative
Meeting in New Delhi, India




T
      he 42th Colombo Plan        ture and Developing Countries     members namely Mrs. Rika
      Consultative Committee      International    Organization,    Kiswardani and Mukhammad
      Meeting (CCM) was con-      Ministry of Foreign Affairs and   Fahrurozi from Ministry of
vened in New Delhi, India on
9-11 February 2010 attended
by 94 (ninety four) delegates
from 24 member countries of
CP except New Zealand and
Monagolia, 11 observers from
7 country and 4 international
organizations and regional’s.
As a chairman the meeting
was Mr. Ashok Chawla, Sec-
terary General for Ministry of
Finance, India and continued
by Mrs. L.M. Vas, Additional
Secretary of Ministry of Fi-
nance. Indonesian delegation
was lead by Mr. Ronald Manik,
Deputy Director for Social Cul-

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                                                                         Program for Public Adminis-
                                                                         tration (PPA) and Program for
                                                                         Private Sector Development
                                                                         (PPSD) Indonesia contributed
                                                                         on the voluntary contribu-
                                                                         tion to the Colombo Plan is
                                                                         amounting USD 50,000 and
                                                                         USD 3,500 for supporting Dug
                                                                         Advisory Program (DAP).
                                                                            During the Meeting, Indone-
                                                                         sia has adopted Annual Report
                                                                         Colombo Plan for Fiscal year
                                                                         2007 – 2008 & 2008 -2009
                                                                         and Report the Governing
                                                                         Board of the Colombo Plan
                                                                         Staff College for Technician
                                                                         Education for 2007 – 2008 &
                                                                         2008 – 2009, including ap-
                                                                         proved the Annual Work Plan
     State Secretariat, Rudi Kur-       ce country with the main role    for fiscal year 2010. Such the
     niadi, Embassy Indonesia in        for giving assistance to other   activities, Indonesia will im-
     Colombo. In that opportunity,      developing countries. Related    plement 3 (three) programs
     Mr. Ronald Manik was elected       to the program cooperation       in the field of micro finance,
     as a Deputy Chairman CCM ke-       Indonesia and Colombo Plan,      women empowerment and
     42.                                Indonesia informed that will     poverty reduction in coope-
        Minister of Finance India,      implemented for 3 (three) pro-   ration with Colombo Plan. In
     Mr. Pranab Mukherjee and           grams in the fiscal year 2010.    accordance to the Long Term
     along this time, he launched       For assisting on the program     Scholarship Program (LTSP),
     Colombo Plan Coffee Table          implementation in the field of    Indonesia provide for the sus-
     Book in the title “ A Legacy
     of Excellence: The Story of
     the Colombo Plan”. This book
     contained a history of Colom-
     bo Plan in assisting on the de-
     velopment member countries
     and as an award for the foun-
     ding fathers of CP.
        On the country presentation,
     the member countries stated
     in general that the benefited
     Colombo Plan’s programme
     and conveyed to support to
     the sustainability of Colombo
     Plan activities in fulfilling the
     member countries needs.
        Indonesians’ presentation
     stated that in the moment In-
     donesia is not only as benefi-
     ciary country but as a resour-


28
 tainability    implementation     Meeting, Indonesia will obtain
 and its opinion supported by      momentum for the purpose in
 Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri      main role of Colombo Plan, in-
 Lanka. While, Colombo Plan        cluding initiative of Indonesia
 gave a response that a restric-   to be position as next Secretary
 ted budget, CP will review its    General of Colombo Plan. The
 implementation.                   reason Indonesia considering
    On the occasion, India         at various factors:
 and United States of Ame-          1) Recent Secretary General
 rica delivered pledge. India          Mrs. Dato, Patricia (Malaysia)
 will increase the number of           in her position since 2007
 slot participants from 60 to          and will end in 2011;
 be 90 under Millennium De-         2) Indonesia as member of Co-
                                                                        Mr. Rizali Indrakesuma, DCM of
 velopment Goals (MDGs) and            lombo Plan since 1953 has
                                                                        Indonesia Embassy to India
 expected that slot for the            never got the opportunity to
 member countries will be 500          be Secretary General;
 participants. At the same time     3) In line with the recent policy
 as America handed over USD            for South-South Coopera-
 12 millions for Drug Advisory         tion/Technical Cooperation
 Program for strengthening             among Developing Coun-
 capacity institution member           tries (SSC/TCDC), therefore;
 countries aligning to drug de-        within in cooperation with
 mand reduction, prevention            Colombo Plan, Indonesia has
 and treatment. With regard            contributed in the form of
 of public private partnership         supporting the implementa-
 schemes presented by India            tion of three programmes,
 will be a model for an alter-         including the next 43th
 native funding for Colombo            CCM;
 Plans’ programs. Secretary Ge-     4) Unless, giving contribution
 neral of Colombo Plan than-           in the form of both grant
 ked to Indonesia welcomed to          and the implementation pro-
 be host of the 43th Colombo           grams, Indonesia has dispat-
 Plan Consultative Meeting for         ched a secondment to the
 2012. In order to following up        Colombo Plan Secretariat;
 the meeting, Indonesia will        5) As Focal Point for Colombo
 anticipate the decreasing In-         Plan Programme, State Se-
 donesia’s participants mem-           cretariat will make coordina-
 ber for the Drug Advisory             tion with Ministry of Foreign
 Programme. National Narcotic          Affairs for preparation the
 Agency should take measures           43th Colombo Plan Consul-
 for increasing Indonesian par-        tative Meeting in Indonesia
 ticipants.                            for fiscal year 2012. * (Fhr).

   To utilize Colombo Plans’
Programmes offered such as
trainings, long term scholarship
program for master degree;
   To be the host for the 43th
Colombo Plan Consultative

                                                                                                         29
     High Level Event on South-South Cooperation and
     Capacity Development, Bogota, Columbia
                                                                                 knowledge and experiences on
                                                                                 implementation of SSC in the vari-
                                                                                 ous countries related to the based
                                                                                 on aid effectiveness. The result of
                                                                                 Bogota Meeting was Bogota State-
                                                                                 ment consisted of numerous ideas
                                                                                 for strengthening SSC in practical
                                                                                 and as input for the 4th High Level
                                                                                 Forum on Aid Effectiveness to be
                                                                                 held in Seoul.
                                                                                   While, the format Meeting HLE
                                                                                 considered for 5 plenary sessions
                                                                                 and 6 (six) roundtable (RT) as fol-
                                                                                 lows:
                                                                                 a. RT1: SSC Platform and Informa-
                                                                                 tion Management
                                                                                 b. RT2: Sub-Regional, Regional
                                                                                 and Interregional Perspectives on
                                                                                 SSC and CD
                                                                                 c. RT3: Teaming-up for SSC and
                                                                                 CD Triangular Cooperation



       T
                                                                                 d. RT4: Emerging Mechanisms to
              he High Level Event on       oping International Organisation,     Promote SSC and CD
              South-South      Coopera-    and Mr. Mukhammad Fahrurozi,          e. RT5: South-south Contribu-
              tion and Capacity De-        Head of TCDC Division, Bureau         tions to Development Challenges;
     velopment (HLE on SSC and CD)         for Technical Cooperation, State      f. RT6: Multi-Stakeholders’ Per-
     conducted in Bogota Columbia          Secretariat.                          spectives on SSC
     from 24 to 27 March 2010. The           H.E. Alvaro Uribe Velez, Presi-       Participants who attended each
     Meeting was participated by vari-     dent of Colombia, officially open      plenary session was fully enthu-
     ous partner countries (beneficiary     the Meeting. On that occasion,        siasm. There were 7 plenary ses-
     countries), emerging donors (mid-     he stated that effort from Co-        sions and attended by resources
     dle income) country such Indone-      lombia committed to the South-        persons for discussing various
     sia, traditional donors (country      South Cooperation and funding         issues on SSC. Mr. Loetan was
     and International donor agency),      assistance through World Bank. In     active in the last plenary session
     parliaments members, academic,        conjunction with the natural di-      discussed on Bogota Statement.
     private sector and Non Organiza-      saster in both countries in Caribia   The plenary was important and
     tional Organization (NGO). Indo-      regions, namely Haiti and Chile,      also attended by Vice President of
     nesia delegation was led by Mr.       Mr. President underlined that         Colombia and Ministry of Foreign
     Syahrial Loetan, Executive Secre-     South South Cooperation was an        Affairs of Colombia and Head of
     tary of Ministry of National Devel-   essential or managing the afore-      Egypt delegation.
     opment Planning, representative       mentioned disaster. Along those         In general as the result of the
     of Minister of National Develop-      remarks speech persons were           Meeting is to provide to the same
     ment Planning, and the member         Mr. Sha Zukang, ECOSOC and Mr.        perception that SSC is a effective
     of delegations are Mr. Elias Gint-    Ngozi Okonyo-Iweala, Managing         and inclusive model partnership
     ing, Secretary to the Director        Director of World Bank.               cooperation for development
     General for Public Diplomacy In-        HLE was conducted to imple-         capacity and increasing its de-
     formation, Mr. T.A. Choesni, Di-      ment a mandate of Accra Agenda        velopment, giving an important
     rector for Procurement Planning       for Action for the purpose provide    contribution to developing coun-
     – Procurement National Agency,        a bigger role and the effectiveness   tries faced in global economic
     Mr. Ronald P. Manik, Deputy Direc-    on SSC. Media for the Meetings        crisis. Unless facing in the issues
     tor for Social and Culture Devel-     through discussions, exchange         of global such as climate change,


30
                                                                            Mr. Loetan and Leader of Egypt
                                                                            delegation was requested to give
                                                                            comments on Bogota Statement.
                                                                            Mr. Loetan conveyed that Bogota
                                                                            Statement was appropriate with
                                                                            the SSC General principles. Bogo-
                                                                            ta statement provides open to the
                                                                            other development actors such
                                                                            community, parliament, academ-
                                                                            ics, leader of religion, private sec-
                                                                            tors involved in SSC. Beside that,
                                                                            Mr. Loetan also expressed that
                                                                            Bogota Statement is a part of the
                                                                            strengthening on Indonesia SSC to
                                                                            be included to the National Devel-
                                                                            opment Planning Plan 2010-2014.
                                                                              At the same time as Vice Presi-
agriculture/security food, energy,    c. Toward Seoul and beyond            dent of Colombia on his closing
poverty and diseases. Along this,     – Building Effective and Inclusive    remarks stated that the impor-
SSC was predicted to be a signifi-     Development Partnership: With         tance of SSC for the purpose to
cant cooperation model for the        regards to the planning the 4th       achieve Millennium Development
upcoming years.                       High Level Forum on Aid Effec-        Goals (MDGs). Continuing his re-
  Bogota Statement consisted of       tiveness in Seoul for year of 2011,   marks, the first initiative ideas on
the main ideas namely A Southern-     The HLE Meeting was steady to         SSC emerged from the implemen-
led Process, Building up evidence     increase SSC effectiveness and        tation on Asia African Conference
and Towards Seoul and beyond-         hopefully the development actors      1955 which launched “Spirit of
Building effective and inclusive      solve capacity SSC bottleneck by      Bandung”. In addition to his re-
development partnership:              upgrading horizontal learning and     marks, he acknowledged Colom-
a. A Southern -led Process: as ex-    exchange knowledge.                   bia’s commitment to the SSC and
pression cooperation, interest and      In the last plenary session on      underlined that it was not substi-
solidarity together with partner      the Bogota Statement, attended        tute but complement SSC. Further-
countries, SSC is not change form     by Vice President of Colombia         more, He expected that various
North South Cooperation (NSC),        Fransisko Santos and Ministry of      stakeholders together support to
but for its complement. On the        Foreign Affairs of Colombia Mr.       the SSC in line with the spirit of
other hand, Triangular coopera-       Jaime Bermudez. On this occasion,     Bogota Statement. *(Fhr).
tion has role as ‘bridge” between
SSC and NSC. Economic-social co-
operation will affect to the capac-
ity development through sharing
knowledge and experiences, ex-
change knowledge and technol-
ogy and expertise. SSC welcomed
to the Aid Effectiveness principle
and giving the opportunity for the
development actors at involving in
the SSC
b. Building up evidence: SSC has
compiled 110 case stories, three
of them from Indonesia based on
experiences obtained from case
stories. To conclude that SSC has
had capacity to develop Aid Effec-
tiveness Agenda in development
cooperation. On        the plenary
session, Indonesia was one from
fourth story tellers in the plenary
on Case Stories Expo.


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                         Fact Finding Mission
                                             on Artificial Insemination
                                            on Third Country Training
                                                           Programme
                                             of Artificial Insemination
                                                      on Dairy Cattle




       B
                ased on the propos-         of each beneficiary country in the      pasteurization for farming), female
                al submitted at the 7th     field, and specifically the readiness    beef cattle export, dan Indonesian
                JARCOM and group di-        of each beneficiaries country to uti-   expert dispatch to Myanmar is rel-
     alogues with CLMVT (Cambo-             lize the training knowledge.           evant and important. While Viet-
     dia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and           Based on the visit, the mission     namese feel Indonesian expert dis-
     Thailand) countries and Indonesia,     drawn conclusions evaluation re-       patch to Vietnam, training on ce-
     the Government of Indonesia and        sult for the Training Course on        ment recording, managing and
     JICA plan to send a Joint Fact Find-   AI from 2007 until 2009 is very        marketing in Vietnam is favorable.
     ing Mission in collaboration with      useful and relevant to the partici-       The result of the mission used as
     the concerned implementing agen-       pants and invited countries (Viet-     a basis to develop the curriculum
     cies for the proposal on “Training     nam). The relevancy is proven by       of Training Course of Artificial In-
     Course of Artificial on Dairy Cat-      the consistency of the ex-trainee in   semination on Dairy Cattle to be
     tle for Developing Countries” (09-     handling AI in Vietnam. The use-       held in 1st until 28th November 2010
     IN5-8).                                fulness proven by the development      in Singosari Artificial Insemination
        In order to elaborate the needs     of training of trainers which trans-   Center (SAIC). The mission was
     and survey the countries’ situation    fer the knowledge gained in Indo-      followed by Ms. Rika Kiswarda-
     through needs/resources match-         nesia to the local official and the     ni, Acting for Head of Bureau for
     ing mechanism under J-SEAM, the        development of AI implementation       Technical Cooperation, State Sec-
     mission is expected an outcome         in Vietnam. The second conclusion      retariat, Mr. Idhi Maryono, Depu-
     which should be reflected to the        is improvement of training materi-     ty Director for Technical Cooper-
     course design and content.             al which discussed by both coun-       ation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
        The objectives of the Joint Fact    tries shown their keen interest on     Mr. Gunawan, official of Minis-
     Finding Mission are to discuss with    the training program.                  try of Agriculture, and Ms. Herli-
     the related agencies and obtain rel-      Myanmar and Vietnam have dif-       yantin, Director of Singosari Arti-
     evant information in the fields of      ferent type of JICA facilitated co-    ficial Insemination Center (SAIC)
     artificial insemination in the re-      operation which intended. For My-      and Ms. Chandra Laksmi, Deputy
     lated country and to conduct the       amnar, machineries equipment           Director of Singosari Artificial In-
     basis survey to confirm the needs       (rice mill for agriculture and milk    semination Center. *(Ibl).


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Revitalization of Farmer’s Agricultural
Rural Training Center (FARTC) Mkindo,
Morogoro, Tanzania
                                                                     Sungadi, and the embassy staff
                                                                     who dealing with economic af-
                                                                     fairs. The Ambasador explained
                                                                     the latest information and situ-
                                                                     ation of FARTC.
                                                                       On the second day, the Team
                                                                     together with the Indonesian
                                                                     Ambasador to Tanzania held a
                                                                     meeting with Permanent Secre-
                                                                     tary, Mr. Mohamed Said Muya,
                                                                     and Acting Director of Crops De-
                                                                     velopment, Mr. Kirenga at Tan-
                                                                     zania Ministry of Agriculture.
                                                                     The Tanzanian side explained
                                                                     the FARTC strategic benefits
                                                                     are: becoming a pioneer center,
                                                                     i.e., it helps increase farmers’
                                                                     revenue and productivity so
                                                                     that they can produce new rice
                                                                     variety and export it to Kenya,
                                                                     Uganda and Burundi. In addi-
                                                                     tion the FARTC has introduced
                                                                     alternative food problems by
                                                                     introducing rice as staple food
                                                                     in addition to maize, shorgum
                                                                     and cassava.


 F
       rom 9 – 15 January                                              On the third day, the Team
                                    The visit was conducted on
       2010 the joint Team vis-                                      visited FARTC in Mkindo, Mo-
                                  the basis of Indonesia’s com-
       ited Tanzania to make                                         rogoro, about 250 km frm Dar
                                  mitment to give aid to devel-
assessment revitalitation of                                         Es Saam to see the facilities and
                                  oping countries in the scheme
FARTC. The team is made up of                                        activity at the training center.
                                  of South-South Technical Co-
representatives from Ministry                                        Mr. Moses William Temi, FARTC
                                  operation and Non-Aligned
of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of                                      principal, explained about their
                                  Movement to overcome food
Agriculture, State Secretariat,                                      experience and achievements
                                  resilience problems in Africa in
Non-Aligned Movement Cen-                                            reached during last 10 years.
                                  particular.
ter for South-South Technical                                        Through Farmer Field School
Cooperation (NAM-CSSTC) and         On the first day of the visit     (FFS) methodology introduced
Indonesian Agricultural Com-      the Team met with the Amba-        by the Indonesian experts and
munity Charity Foundation         sador of the Republic Indonesia    farmers, the Mkindo farmers
(YAMPI).                          in Tanzania, Mr. Yudhistiranto     are able to increase rice pro-

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                                                                                velopment Irrigiation Model in
                                                                                Mkindo that has lasted for 3
                                                                                (three) years. JICA will study the
                                                                                request such as building hall,
                                                                                library, recreation hall, adding
                                                                                dormitory facilities and provid-
                                                                                ing vehicles for operations and
                                                                                is still studiying report from Mr.
                                                                                Temi and the draft of Terms of
                                                                                Reference as well as FARTC Re-
                                                                                vitalization made by the Team.
                                                                                JICA will communicate with the
                                                                                Embassy of Republic of Indone-
                                                                                sia in Dar Es Salaam and Tan-
                                                                                zania Ministry of Agriculture.
                                                                                Having noticed the FARTC suc-
                                                                                cess in suporting South-South
     duction from 3.6 ton/hectare          who dealing with agricultural        Technical Cooperation, JICA was
     to 6 ton/hectare; change farm-        and economic sectors. Mr Temi        interested in extending a coop-
     ers behaviour in paddy farmer         explained FARTC the role and         eration with FARTC Mkindo in
     business; increase in farmers’        the latest situation and asked       training activity at KTC Project.
     knowledge in the making of pes-       JICA to support the revitaliza-      In this case there is possibility
     ticide and in local organic fertil-   tion of FARTC and he also gave       of creating trilateral coopera-
     izer; increase in farmer train-       the requested proposal to em-        tion between Indonesia, Tanza-
     ers from 69 to 667 funded by          phasize FARTC function and fa-       nia and JICA.
     Indonesian Farmer’s Fund (IFF)        cilities. Mr. Katsuka Yukihide ex-     Since the establishment of
     through FAO, DANIDA, DADPS,           plained that they have already       FARTC in 1999, in average,
     DASIPS, PIDP Sokoine Univer-          had 2 (two) projects in Tanzania     FARTC carried out 10 (ten)
     sity of Agriculture and District      relating to agriculture develop-     training of paddy/rice technolo-
     Commissioner (DC) Mvomero,            ment, namely the Kilimanjaro         gy funded from various donors
     Ministry of Agriculture.              Training Center (KTC) that ex-       (Arrya).
       On the fourth day, on the way       isted for 2 (two) years and De-
     back to Dar Es Salaam, the Team
     visited DC of Mvomero which
     is received by Deputy District
     Commissioner, Mr. Loppa, and
     Senior Staff, Mr. George Mhina.
     DC admits the existance and
     success of FARTC as a center for
     excellence to farmers in Mkindo
     and its surroundings.
       On the fifth day, together with
     FARTC Principal, Mr. Temi, the
     Team visited JICA Tanzania of-
     fice in Dar Es Salaam which was
     received by Chief of Represen-
     tative JICA Tanzania Office, Mr.
     Katsuka Yukihide and his staffs
34
             The First Senior Official Meeting
          of the Steering Commite II Capacity
          Building Program for OIC Countries
          (CBP4OICC), Jeddah, Kingdom of
                      Saudi Arabia



 T
         he First Senior Offi-      is to review the implementa-        the next CB4OICC phase. Indo-
         cials’ Meeting of the     tion of 3 (three) projects initi-   nesia has many experiences in
         Steering Committee of     ated by Government of Malay-        capacity development through
the Phase II Capacity Building     sia which funded by Islamic         training and expert sending.
Programme for OIC Countries        Development Bank. The proj-           The steering committee
(CBP4OICC) was held at the Is-     ects are located in 3 (three)       meeting decided to adopt the
lamic Development Bank (IDB)       different countries namely: Si-     recommendation from the
headquarters in Jeddah, King-      erra Leone (The Capacity Build-     workshop. The recommenda-
dom of Saudi Arabia on 6 June      ing For Oil Palm Production         tions are: operating principles,
2010. The Meeting was hosted       and Processing and Other Re-        positioning / rebranding, driv-
by the IDB. The Meeting was        lated Agricultural),Mauritania      ers for change, modalities, pri-
Co-chaired by His Excellency       (Technical Assistance Capacity      ority areas, and key milestones.
Tan Sri Rastam Mohd Isa, Sec-      Building for Poverty Reduction      The meeting also agrees to
retary General of the Ministry     Through Effective Resource          prepare the guidelines and
of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia and   Management) and Bangladesh          action plan of the CBP4OICC.
co-Chaired by Mr. Ahmed Saleh      (The Bangladesh Marine Fisher-      The meeting also agrees to
Hariri, Manager, Country Divi-     ies Capacity Building Project).     hold the steering committee
sion - 1 of the IDB on behalf of   Based on the discussion in the      meeting twice a year. The sec-
Mr. Birama Sidibe Vice Presi-      meeting, the program imple-         ond phase of CBP4OICC (2010-
dent (Operations). The repre-      mentation had already run well,     1015) is expected to have two
sentative from Indonesia is Mr.    but it is expected to involving     new project annually, depends
Amri Kusuma Sumodiningrat          more communities and other          on the capacity of the benefi-
from Bureau for Technical Co-      stakeholders such as business       ciaries and the guidelines of
operation, State Secretariat.      entities. Indonesia also stated     CBP4OICC *(Amr).
  The purpose of the meeting       its readiness in participating in


                                                                                                          35
     Field Visit of the People-Centered
     Development Programme (PCDP) in Papua


       T
              he PCDP project is de-    services, generate income and    in serving its constituents.
              signed to contribute to   rejuvenate the environment in      Support Regional Commu-
              poverty reduction and     the poorest and most disad-      nity Empowerment Agency/
      sustainable forms of human        vantaged communities.            Badan Pemberdayaan Masyar-
      development through commu-          The implementation of the      akat Daerah (BPMD), techni-
      nity-based projects that help     PCDP project in the Papua        cal department and Civil Soci-
      communities attain the Mil-       province and the West Papua      ety Organization to implement
      lennium Development Goals         Province has four main compo-    MDGS-related programs based
      (MDGs). In Indonesia, it is a     nents:                           on localized approaches.
      project which based on tech-        Support the Regional Devel-      Support Bappeda, Region-
      nical cooperation between the     opment Planning/ Badan Peren-    al Supervision Agency/ Badan
      Government of Indonesia and       canaan Pembangunan Daerah        Pengawasan Daerah (Bawasda)
      the United Nations of Devel-      (Bappeda) to improved MDGs-      and Regional Budget Super-
      opment Program (UNDP). Re-        related development data, pol-   vision Agency/ Badan Penga-
      sources were mobilized to im-     icies, instruments and plans     was Keuangan Daerah (BPKD),
      plement projects that aim to      with the aims to enhance the     to improve its monitoring and
      rehabilitate social infrastruc-   capacity of the local govern-    supervision functions in maxi-
      ture, increase access to public   ment to maximize its capacity    mizing the development bene-


36
fit, particularly for the margin-    local values. In addition, the       erating income activities under
alized communities.                 project also performs commu-         community empowerment pro-
  Support the process of im-        nity empowerment programs            gram to optimize their profit.
proving the coordination            which are guided by the Na-            Overall, the PCDP project has
scheme between central and          tional United Nations Volun-         contributed significantly to re-
local government, particularly      teer (UNV) and local Civil Socie-    duce poverty in the target com-
regarding the advancement of        ty Organizations (CSO), such as      munities, as the mission cap-
the programs, implementation        LSM Pendidikan Perempuan El          tured the enthusiasm of wom-
and donor coordination.             Garcia dan Yayasan Pendidikan        en to be actively involved in
  As one of the key to assure       Peduli AIDS in Kuala Kencana         economic activities. Whilst at
that the project is running in      district and Lembaga Pember-         the same time, it brings aware-
the right path, stakeholders        dayaan Masyarakat Papua in           ness to local stakeholders to
from line agencies i.e. Bappe-      Central Mimika district.             create an integrated MDGs-re-
nas, State Secretariat, and se-       There are some issues identi-      lated data system, as well as
curity agencies engaged in          fied related to the implementa-       to enhance their coordination
monitoring and supervision ac-      tion of the PCDP project in this     function.
tivities. On 12th to 15th of Juli   area, i.e. the need to formu-          “Our group started with only
2010, one of the mission field       late a Memorandum of Under-          Rp. 200.000,-. However, after
visit was conducted in Mimi-        standing (MoU) between local         two years, we have been able
ka District in Papua Province.      stakeholders to enhance coor-        to save 3 million rupiahs. Thus,
The focus of the project in this    dination among them. In addi-        we need further assistance and
area is capacity building for the   tion, local needs must be put        guidance to improve our busi-
Bappeda staff of Mimika, to im-     forward in planning any future       ness model and enhance our
prove their capacity of report-     programs, thus it will bring         capacity of performing the
ing, coordinating and identi-       more benefit for the commu-           family generating income pro-
fying concept of regional de-       nities. Lastly, further assistance   gramme”
velopment planning based on         is required for the family gen-




                                                                                                            37
     INTERIM REPORT PRESENTATION FOR THE
     2ND PHASE OF THE CAPACITY BUILDING
     FOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS FOR GOVERNMENT
     INNOVATION IN INDONESIA




      To      present the progress
              report for the Second
     Phase Project of the Capacity
                                        and mainly discussing progress
                                        of the project through overall
                                        project progress and action
     Building for Public Officials for   plan presentations from each
     Government Innovation in In-       ministry.
     donesia, which held under the        The opening speech was de-
     cooperation between Korea In-      livered by the Deputy Chief of
     ternational Cooperation Agen-      Mission (DCM) of the Republic
     cy (KOICA) and the Ministry of     of Korea to Indonesia contin-
     Administrative and Bureaucrat-     ued by the Minister of Admin-
     ic Reform of the Republic of       istrative and Bureaucratic Re-
     Indonesia (MENPAN), an inter-      form of the Republic of Indone-
     im report seminar organized        sia addressing the importance
     in Hotel Nikko, Jakarta. The       of bureaucratic reform particu-
     convention attended by repre-      larly to Indonesia. The schedule
     sentative of the ten ministries    then continued to presentation
     and institutions involved in the   of the project overall progress    State Minister of Administrative
     implementation of the project      by Dr. Kim as the program          and Bureaucratic Reform, E.E
                                                                           Mangindaan

38
                                                                        tion system is also implement-
                                                                        ed through the basic principal
                                                                        of 3P – Pay for Position, Pay for
                                                                        Performance, and Pay for Per-
                                                                        son – where each of the 3P re-
                                                                        muneration concept consists of
                                                                        several components with the re-
                                                                        muneration basis, in fixed form
                                                                        (fixed pay each month) and in
                                                                        variable form (pay depends on
                                                                        the set conditions.
                                                                          The other ministries and/or
                                                                        institutions involved in the
                                                                        project, namely, State Secre-
manager presenting the project        The Ministry of National De-      tariat, Institute of Public Ad-
background and components,          velopment Planning (BAPPE-          ministration, National Civil Ser-
study visit program to the Ko-      NAS), for instance, emphasised      vice Agency, Ministry of Home
rea Republic, consultation pro-     on the importance of bureau-        Affairs, the Attorney General,
gram, and suggestion on how         cratic reform in its organisation   Corruption Eradication Com-
Indonesia could perform its bu-     through career path reform by       mission, Ministry of Law and
reaucratic reform.                  introducing the dual track ca-      Human Rights, Ministry of For-
   Next to the agenda is explana-   reer system. Another tool to be     eign Affairs, Ministry of Nation-
tion from the ministries in the     implemented in their institu-       al Education, and the Financial,
project about their action plans.   tion is the reformed competen-      and Development Supervisory
All of the ministries presenting    cies standard and performance       Board, also attend the National
list of their action plan catego-   appraisal framework applying a      Bureaucratic Reform Board as
rized into categories which can     new method of measurement.          to observe the project. *(Bgs).
be generalised into: Reform         The new principal of remunera-
Strategy, Human Resources
Management,          Performance
Management, Organisational
Management /e-Government,
Anti-Corruption, Business Pro-
cess Reengineering, Internal
Audit and Monitoring, and Pro-
curement and Budget Expen-
diture Regulation Reform. The
basic principle deriving these
classifications is that a bureau-
cratic reform should support
not only one part of an institu-
tion, but also should include all
components including internal
and external driving force of the
institution, which implemented
for the best performance and
service to the society.


                                                                                                            39
     UNDERSTAND BENEFICIARY NEEDS FIELD SURVEY TO
     BHUTAN FOR THIRD COUNTRY TRAINING PROGRAMME
     ON TV PROGRAMME




      M
                 ulti Media Training       After the completion of the     gramme.
                 Center (MMTC) Yo-       second phase, cooperation be-       During the survey, JICA MMTC
                 gyakarta-Indonesia      tween MMTC and JICA will be       and Bhutan Broadcasting Ser-
     in cooperation with Japan In-       continued for the third phase     vice Corporation (BBS) conduct
     ternational Cooperation Agen-       by inviting Bhutan as the newly   a series of discussion. There
     cy (JICA) had conducted inter-      invited country. As the new in-   are three main areas need to
     national training course in the     vitee, MMTC needed to know        be developed as the result of
     field of broadcasting for ten        some information particularly     discussion, 1) human resources
     years divided into two terms        in the field of broadcasting.      development, 2) equipment
     of phase. The first phase was        MMTC and JICA had conducted       and 3) programme. BBS also re-
     attended by South East Asian        field survey to Bhutan in or-      quested to have a special train-
     Countries and coming to the         der to observe and confirm its     ing that focuses on camera and
     second ohase had been broad-        condition sector from 2-7 May,    audio editing work and news
     en to Asia Pacific Countries in-     2010.                             production. The contents of
     cluding Uzbekistan, East Timor,       The Survey team focused on      training course are being con-
     Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa       human resources development,      sidered by MMTC based on
     dan Vanuatu. In the last year of    technology and its equipments,    the survey results. It will later
     the second phase (2009), Zam-       operational system, society be-   be discussed with the govern-
     bia was the only African coun-      haviour and social condition,     ment of the Republic of Indo-
     try that was invited to joint the   programme and society ap-         nesia and JICA (Lis).
     course.                             preciation toward the TV Pro-


40
Consultative Meeting on Implementation Mid-Term
Evaluation Third Country 16- Consultative Meet-
ing on Implementation Mid-Term Evaluation Third
Country Training Programme




 A
        s requested of JICA In-     retariat Building, March 2010.    subjects from JFY 2007 to JFY
        donesia office, the Eva-       The Government of Indone-       2009 emphasized on the estab-
        luation teams such as       sia (GOI) and Japan Internatio-   lishment and management of
NAM-CSSTC, State Secretariat,       nal Cooperation Agency (JICA)     microfinance institution (MFI)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and     signed Record of Discussions      subject. Within this subject the
JICA held consultation Meeting      (R/D) in August 2007 on the       two different MFI operational
on Implementation Mid Term          above training programme          schemes, namely conventional
Evaluation TCTP on Micro Fi-        implemented by Non-Aligned        and sharia, were technically ex-
nance for African Region: Es-       Movement Centre for South-        cercised. Field studies –closer
tablishing and Managing Micro       South Technical Cooperation       to semi-internship program-
Finance Institution at State Sec-   (NAM CSSTC). The training         me—to two differents types


                                                                                                         41
     of MFI were also conducted,         tion, Ministry of Foreign Af-        vise on the training contents
     coering the history, operatio-      fairs.                               in terms of microfinance and
     nal aspects and performabnce        Recommendations:                     technical cooperation. In order
     of the respective MFIs.               a. Overal implementation           for the implementing instiu-
       On the last training session,                                          tion to more closely monitor
                                           The target participants for        ex-participants, an outline tu-
     the participants were asked to      the training course is recom-
     prepare their back home plan                                             torial can be developed in the
                                         mended to be practitioners           website of NAM CSSTC. The
     (BHP). It is intended to be furt-   of microfinance institutions,
     her exercised in their respec-                                           invited countries should be
                                         by which Indonesia’s compa-          limited to four to five count-
     tive country’s microfinance          rative advantages can be ma-
     development programme after                                              ries based on the past results.
                                         ximized. The last TCTP 2009          Where possible, when embas-
     participating in the training       format seems to be the most
     course. Since the implementa-                                            sies of Indonesia in beneficia-
                                         appropriately developed.             ry country send the General
     tion of JFY 2008, upon receiving
     request from Uganda, a follow         As for training curriculum,        Information of the training to
     up mission was dispatched to        introduction of sharia sheme         its counterpart government, it
     Uganda in May 2009 in order         should continuously be in the        is suggested to send the infor-
     to give technical advice on the     curriculum       implementation      mation to relevant institutions/
     implementation of BHP prepa-        of short on-the-job-training at      ministries by Coordinating
     red by JFY 2008 participants.       site survey should also be con-      Committe in close consultation
     Subsequently, in the training       tinued for participants to have      with Ministry of Foreign Affairs
     course in JFY 2009, three Ugan-     practical ideas. For the count-      in Jakarta. The implementing
     dan participants were accepted      ries where identification of tar-     agency, in this case NAM CS-
     for the realization of BHP.         get institutions are possible, it    STC is expected to contribute
                                         is recommended to promote            to providing the information
       This evaluation aims to analy-    such a practice in the extent
     ze the outcome overall as well                                           on the relevant institutions/mi-
                                         that practice can be agrred by       nistries.
     as the case in Uganda, by which     the recepient government. For
     formulate and/or confirm the                                                b. Uganda
                                         example, the Indonesian Em-
     plan of the remaining period        bassy in Kenya indicated that          As for Uganda, recognising
     of implementation of project.       Mombasa Region might poten-          the ownership and initiative
     The overal Goals is to provide      tially be of interest to start the   of the Government of Uganda,
     the participant from African        sharia scheme in accordance          (a) a product development will
     Countries with an opportuni-        with their field observation          be achieved at the selected
     ty to improve their knowledge       done earlier before the missi-       microfinance institution, Ma-
     and techniques in the field of       on visited Nairobi. The Mission      saka Microfinance and Deve-
     micro finance, especially in es-     suggested the Indonesian Em-         lopment Cooperative trust
     tablishing and managing micro       bassy in Kenya, Nairobi to pro-      (MAMIDECOT) in JFY 2010; (b0
     finance institution. The course      actively facilitate the nominati-    the the result of product de-
     will aslo provide participants      on from Kenyan Government to         velopment can be fed back to
     the opportunity to exchange         the upcoming JFY 2011 imple-         intermediately mezzo level in-
     ideas, information and experi-      mentation.                           stitutions by JFY 2011; (c) and
     ences among themselves.                                                  ultimately aims to find a pos-
                                           To increase the substanti-         sibility of furtehr dissemina-
       Site survey to Uganda con-        ve involvement of JICA to this
     ducted from 14 to 24 February                                            ting the experiences in Uganda
                                         training course, and future par-     more extensively through trai-
     2010 consisted of Mr. Achmad        ticipants’ collaboration with
     Rofi’ie, Assistant Director for                                           ning institutions as Training for
                                         JICA Cooperation Programmes          Trainers (TOT).
     Programme, NAM-CSSTC Trai-          in beneficiaty countries, a Japa-
     ning Programme), Mr. Shigeki        nese lecturer will be necessary        While the government of
     Nakazawa, Project Formulation       for this training to share on the    Uganda will render necessary
     Advisor of JICA Indonesia Offi-      example of collaboration with        local facilitation through the
     ce and Ms. Nefertiti Hindratmo,     development partners, and ad-        government system, Indonesia
     Director of Technical Coopera-                                           side (NAM CSSTC, the Govern-


42
ment of Indonesia and JICA)       noted in the inhibiing factors,      proven succesful to transfer
caters for the cost arisen in     Indonesia is one of late corners     knowledge and skills between
resource country:                 to participate in the full-fled-      developing countries, produ-
a) dispatch of a series of fol-   ged SSC especially operating         cing not only expected results,
low up mission from Indonesia     in beneficiary countries. In this     but also outstanding outcome
to Uganda after training inclu-   sense, very strategic approach       in Uganda. *(Fhr/Nkzw).
ding the one after the JFY 2009   is required when GOI conducts
implementation;                   international technical coope-
b) close monitoring and evalu-    ration.
ation between Uganda and In-        Firstly, Indonesia as a resour-
donesia with emails, web based    ce country needs to clearly
tutorials and tele-conference     and deeply understand what
facility; and                     the comparative advantage of
c) training with the partici-     Indonesia experiences is. This
pants from the target institu-    can be extracted through one-
tions which was discussed with    by-one project for each specific
the Government of Uganda.         field by inquiring beneficiaries
Though the final decision of       why they were so attracted ele-
selection participants is to be   vated to a common virtue of
made by the Government of         Indonesian experiences as the
Uganda the JFY 2010 partici-      core of Indonesian SSC. All the-
pants will be from the product    se task would be continous and
development site (micro level),   envolving, but necessary exer-
that is: MAMIDECOT, Uganda        cises which would enhance aid
Cooperative savings and Credit    effectiveness of Indonesian SSC
Union (UCSCU), and/or Micro-      in the future.
finance Support Centre (MSC)         Another recommendation is
Masaka Branch, whilst JFY 2011    that, Indonesia needs to deli-
participants (though subject to   ver those advantages in a more
the outcome) will be from in-     readily acceptable package to
termediately level such as MSC,   beneficiaries, by retaining the
UCSCU, and/or Association of      Indonesian signature even after
Micro Finance Institutions of     the disseminated Indonesian
Uganda (AMFIU).                   experiences are applied in a be-
  Two External conditions exist   neficiary country.
for the realization of the full     Take an example from this eva-
fledged sharia microfinance         luation, sharia banking is still a
development in Uganda: one is     common term among countries
the legislation on sharia which   where Islamic banking is prac-
is now under consideration in     ticed. If Indonesia can identify
the Government of Uganda,         uniqueness of Indonesian ex-
the other is General Election     periences, it will be possible to
in 2011 which may effect the      re-package Indonesian sharia
former process. The both de-      as a special acronym, such as
velopments need to be closely     PRIMA (Profit I......MicroFinance
monitored.                        A...) which has an Indonesian
(2) For Overall South-south       touch. Then, the introduction
Cooperation                       will be more clearly be done,
                                  the term will remain even after
  Comparative advantages of In-   the Indonesian sharia has been
donesia need to be esplored in    adapted.
more from the beneficiaries. As
                                    To conclude,this project is


                                                                                                         43
 VISIT TO CHINESE MANDARIN LANGUAGE
 TEACHER FROM CHINA IN PONTIANAK




              T
                     echnical cooperation be-    From 5 to 7 April 2010 delega-
                     tween the Government of     tions from Bureau for Technical
                     Indonesia and the Govern-   Cooperation State Secretariat
              ment of the People’s Republic of   have visited seven out of 100
              China is increasing through the    Chinese Mandarin language
              dispatch of Chinese Mandarin       teacher posted in Pontianak,
              language teachers to many edu-     West Kalimantan, Indonesia.
              cational institutions in Indone-   The teachers were placed in
              sia. Through a memorandum of       three educational institutions
              understanding signed between       namely, Mandarin Language
              the Office of Chinese Language      Teaching Coordination Board
              Council International (Hanban)     (MLTCB) (5 teachers), Pontianak
              of the People’s Republic of Chi-   State Senior High School 7th
              na and the Ministry of National    (1 teacher), and Kids Sunshine
              Education of the Republic of       Kindergarten (1 teacher). These
              Indonesia, 100 Chinese Man-        teachers duty are mainly to train
              darin language teachers are        Indonesian students to learn
              dispatched to schools, Chinese     mandarin language through na-
              language foundations and kin-      tive speaking environment and
              dergartens.                        curriculum.


44
                                                                        more than welcomed in the
                                                                        kindergarten. The teacher has
                                                                        also brought advantages to the
                                                                        school as to bring the student’s
                                                                        parents trust to the school to
                                                                        provide best education for their
                                                                        children. Another advantage is
                                                                        that the children in the kinder-
                                                                        garten have the chance to learn
                                                                        Chinese mandarin language ear-
                                                                        ly in childhood education. This
                                                                        hopefully will help the children
                                                                        to learn the language better.
                                                                        Chinese mandarin language
                                                                        skill is among top priorities of
                                                                        foreign language proficiency for
Mrs. Chen, the MLTCB coordina-       to this problem is to put local    Indonesian student. This is be-
tor, explains that the five teach-    mandarin language teacher to       cause many Chinese companies
ers are assigned to teach three      assist the native. However, this   are in operation in Indonesia.
different levels of the Mandarin     could not be effective since two   Also, People’s Republic of Chi-
language, the basic, intermedi-      teachers are needed to teach       na is considered as one of the
ate and advance classes, with        one class. The school manage-      most important neighbouring
four hours of teaching every         ment are currently thinking for    country to Indonesia since they
day from Monday to Friday.           better solution for the problem.   are one of the advanced coun-
Teaching other Chinese culture       Nevertheless, the native speak-    tries in industry and economy.
such as tai-chi and wu-shu are       er has increased students inter-   The dispatch of 100 teachers to
also part of their activities dur-   est to the Chinese mandarin        Indonesia as the sign of close
ing Saturday or Sunday. She          language class and overall has     relationship between the two
also explains that the teachers      brought benefit to the school.      countries and this will hopefully
have been really helpful for her     There is really not much to say    bring benefit to Indonesia and
institution since they give the      about the visit to Kids Sun-       China economic cooperation in
institution a chance to improve.     shine Kindergarten since the       the future (Bgs).
The teachers enable us to grow       mandarin language teacher are
from receiving only up to three
classes every term, to receive
more than seven classes now”
she explains.
The delegations then continue
their visit to Pontianak State
Senior High School 7th where
one Chinese mandarin language
teacher assigned. The principal
said that it is very good that
the teacher could teach man-
darin language to the student.
The problem is the fact that the
teacher could not speak Baha-
sa Indonesia has hindered the
teaching activities. The solution


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     26TH SESSION OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE FOR
     ECONOMIC AND COMMERCIAL COOPERATION (COMCEC) OF
     THE ORGANIZATION OF THE ISLAMIC CONFERENCE




      T
             he 26th Session of the    established during the Third       president at the Fourth
             Standing     Committee    Islamic Summit Conference          Islamic Summit Conference in
             for   Economic      and   held in Mecca and Taif, in 1981.   Casablanca at the beginning
     Commercial Cooperation of         Pakistan Prime Minister was        of 1984, COMCEC started to
     the Organisation of the Islamic   nominated for the presidency       function with the First Meeting
     Conference (COMCEC), which        of the Standing Committee for      held in Istanbul in November
     is chaired by the President       Scientific and Technological        at the very same year. As Head
     of the Republic of Turkey,        Cooperation (COMSTECH), and        of    Indonesian     delegation
     convened in Istanbul, Turkey      Senegal Prime Minister was         was Minister of Coordinating
     on 5-8 October 2010 with the      nominated for the presidency       Economic Affairs The Statistical,
     participation of delegates from   of Standing Committee for          H.E. Hatta Rajasa. The senior
     45 OIC member countries, five      Information     and     Cultural   officials meeting was led Mr.
     observer countries, one invited   Affairs    (COMIAC),      which    Gunardi Bustami, Director
     country, 13 OIC organizations,    were established in the third      General International Trade
     and six international/regional    summit. However, COMCEC did        Cooperation , Ministry of Trade,
     organizations.                    not perform till 1984 since no     while the member of geletaion
       COMCEC is one of the            president was chosen. After        consisted representative from
     three Standing Committees         the nomination of Turkish          Ministry of Trade, Ministry of
                                       President as the COMCEC            State Secretary, Ministry of


46
Coordinating Economic Affairs,        States and the OIC institutions           of the Statistical Working
Ministry of Culture and Tourism       considered and deliberated                Group
and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.      on a number of agenda items              - Report by the Session
  The Meeting of the Senior           related to various issues related          Committee
Officials of the 26th Session          to enhancing economic and              • Intra-OIC Trade
of the COMCEC started on              commercial cooperation among
                                      the Member States. The agenda            - Trade Preferential System
5 October 2010 under the                                                         among the member states
Chairmanship       of     Kemal       items included the following
                                      issues:                                    of OIC (TPS-OIC)
Madeno�lu, Undersecretary of
the State Planning Organization       • World economic                         - Road map for enhancing
(SPO) of Turkey. Ahmet Yaman,           developments in conjunction              intra-OIC trade
Deputy Undersecretary of SPO,           with the OIC member                    - WTO related technical
chaired the meeting in the              countries                                assistance
afternoon of 6 October 2010.          • Review of the                          - Trade financing activities
  TheMeeting         deliberated        implementation of the OIC            • Private sector cooperation
on the report of achievment             Ten-Year Programme of                  - Islamic trade fairs
of COMCEC presented by                  Action and the Plan of Action
                                                                               - Private sector meetings
Secretariat of OIC, COMCEC              to Strengthen Economic and
Coordination      Office,     The        Commercial Cooperation               • Poverty alleviation and
Statistical, Economic and Social        among the OIC Member                   economic/technical
Research and Training Centre for        States.                                assistance to OIC Countries
Islamic Countries (SESRIC), the         - Mid-term review of the               - Islamic Solidarity Fund
Islamic Centre for Developmnet            OIC Ten Year Programme of              for Development (ISFD)
of Trade (ICDT), The Islamic              Action                                 and Special Programme
Development Bank (IDB), the                                                      for Development of Africa
                                        - Evaluation of the Plan of
Islamic Chamber of Commerce                                                      (SPDA)
                                          Action
and Industry (ICCI) dan the                                                    - OIC Cotton Programme
Organization of Islamic Ship-           - Cooperation in the area of
                                          tourism                              - Cooperation among
Owners Association (OISA).                                                       development cooperation
  During the Meeting, the               - Cooperation in the area of
                                                                                 institutions of the member
delegations of the Member                 transportation
                                                                                 states
                                        - Review of the activities




  Indonesia delegation: (from right to left) : Dr. Chairil Abdini, Mr. G. Bustami, Mr. Rizal, Mr. R. Manik ,
  Staff Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Mrs. Sondang Aggraini


                                                                                                               47
       - Vocational Education and       Gül mentioned the importance
         Training Programmeme           of cooperation among the
         for OIC Member Countries       OIC member countries and
         (OIC- VET)                     emphasized on resilience to the
       - Food Security Programme        global economic crisis. He said
     • Financial cooperation among      that the OIC member countries
        the OIC member states           did not have their fair share
                                        of global prosperity despite
       - Cooperation among the          being rich in natural resources
         stock exchanges                and that the share of the OIC
       - Cooperation among the          member countries in world
         central banks and monetary     GDP was only 7% in 2009 even
         authorities                    though they accounted for 22%
     • Exchange of views on             of world population.
        “Agriculture and Rural             H.E. Gül emphasized on
        Development”                    the importance of poverty
     • Development of the OIC           alleviation and political stability.
        halal food standards and        He said that being a global              Touching upon the importance
        procedures                      community, the Islamic world           of cooperation in agriculture
                                        should be aware that global            and rural development, H.E.
     • E-government applications
                                        problems could only be solved          Prof. Ihsanoglu said that
        and their economic impact
                                        if there were a global mind and        strengthening of agricultural
        on the OIC member states
                                        action. He also elaborated on          infrastructure    would     play
       In their deliberations on                                               a crucial role in enhancing
                                        poor agriculture productivity,
     the agenda items listed                                                   competitiveness in the OIC
                                        low quality of production, and
     above, the Senior Officials                                                member countries. He also
                                        the lack of competitiveness in
     discussed and considered the                                              emphasized that 41 out of 57
                                        the tradable goods of the OIC
     recommendations and policy                                                OIC member countries were
                                        member countries. Drawing
     implications of many technical                                            faced with food scarcity and
                                        attention to the fact that around
     and       background     reports                                          drew attention to the fact that
                                        1 billion of the people who are
     prepared       and    presented                                           the share of these countries
                                        under the hunger threshold live
     by various relevant OIC                                                   from the Official Development
                                        in the OIC member countries,
     institutions as well as those                                             Assistance was low. He stated
                                        he stated that the problem of
     of some related international                                             that private sector investments
                                        food scarcity and insufficient
     and regional organizations.                                               were important in economic
                                        nutrition should be resolved in
     They also prepared the Draft                                              development. He also said
                                        no time. He also expressed his
     Resolutions on these issues for                                           that more than 100 multi-
                                        condolences to the Pakistani
     consideration by the Ministerial                                          national companies investing
                                        people who were struck by a
     Meeting, held on 7 October                                                in the OIC member countries
                                        natural disaster and called upon
     2010.                                                                     controlled a business volume of
                                        the countries to coordinate on
      The Ministerial Meeting of the    humanitarian aid and to be             200 billion US dollars and that
     26th Session of the COMCEC         generous in this respect.              more investments should be
                                           H.E. Prof. Dr. Ekmeleddin           attracted to the OIC member
       The Ministerial Meeting of the                                          countries.
     25th Session of the COMCEC         Ihsanoglu, Secretary General
     was held on 7 October 2010.        of the OIC, made a statement             An award ceremony was held at
     The Opening Ceremony of the        at the Opening Session. He             the end of the Opening Session,
     Meeting was held under the         pointed out the steady increase        where the “Islamic Solidarity
     chairmanship of H.E. Abdullah      in intra-OIC trade and called          Prize for the Enhancement
     Gül, President of the Republic     upon the member countries to           of Trade among OIC Member
     of Turkey and the Chairman of      enhance their cooperation in           Countries” was accorded to
     the COMCEC.                        trade through new regulations          the Saudi Exports Promotion
                                        in their trade regimes.                Center, an affiliate of the Saudi
       In his inaugural address, H.E.


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Chambers of Commerce and             of Transportation Networks on      reference, further discussion
Industry. Also, an agreement         Trade and Tourism”                 on halal food standards
was signed between H.E. Nihat          Suggestion and follow up of      refered to these documents.
Ergün, Minister of Industry and      the Meeting                        Indonesia will study guidelines
Trade, and the Acting General                                           documents with the purpose
Director of the Standards and          1. Related to the efforts for    for anticipating these halal
Metrology Institute for Islamic      increasing trade intra-OIC,        food guidelines to be non-tariff
Countries (SMIIC) to establish       arranging coordination meeting     barrier for food product export
the center of SMIIC in Turkey.       is needed for expediting           Indonesia in the future.
  Representative of IDB reported     ratification process on TPS-OIC        5. In order to improve
that till in the end of September    and the possibility for signing    improve coordination and
2010, there 40 countries have        PRETAS & RoO as well as making     Indonesia’s participation in
strong commitment to pay             Offer List Product (OLP).          the COMCEC OIC activities, it
Islaic Solidarity of Fund (ISFD)        2. Considering the position     is recommended to all line
with the amount of US$ 1,63          Indonesia as the biggest           ministries to attend subsidiary
billion and IDB’s commitment is      Moslem country and also middle     COMCEC and delivered to the
amount US$ 1 billion. Received       income country, Indonesia will     Ministry of Trade as a focal
money totally US$ 1,19 billion       pay proportional contribution      point.
consisted of US$ 898 million         for Islamic Solidarity Fund for      6. In       order      to fullfill
from the members and US$             Development (ISFD).                Indonesia’s         commitment,
300 million from IDB. In reality       3. With regards to the           the Bureau for Technical
that target for collecting           cultivation      of       cotton   Cooperation         will       have
budget US$ 10 billion has not        development, it is suggested to    coordinate       and        prepare
gained yet, and the impacts          the Ministry of Agriculture for    programmemes and budget
of implementation of projects        following up to propose budget     under framework of capacity
on poverty alleviation in the        to IDB.                            building programmes to OIC
member of OIC countries are            4. Agenda for OIC halal food     Member Countries in particular
limited.                             standards and procedures           least developing countries
  On the presentation delivered      during the COMCEC Meeting          through       both       triangular
by H.E. Hatta Rajasa, Indonesia      seize a great attention from       cooperation           and      fully
will give contribution for ISFD      OIC Member Countries due           funded by the Government of
as the Indonesia’s commitment        to involving many interest         Indonesia in the fields of micro
for the purpose of ISFD for          countries. After all, three        finance, poverty alleviation and
poverty alleviation. Beside          documents of halal guidelines      agriculture. *(Fhr).
that, Indonesia will support for     is not legally binding to the
providing capacity building in       member OIC Countries and as
the form of training programme
in the OIC member countries.
Indonesia expected that the
cooperation through triangular
cooperation        with    Islamic
Development Bank (IDB).
  COMCEC Meeting in 2011
will convined from 17 to 20
October 2011 by previously
the 27th Meeting of the Follow-
up Committee tanggal 10-12
May 2011 in Istanbul,Turki.
The meeting adopted for
exchange of view on the
Ministerial Meeting of 27th
COMCEC entitled “The Impact


                                                                                                               49
CHINESE MANDARIN
LANGUAGE TEACHER’S
WELCOMING CEREMONY
                                       rin Language Teaching from all
                                       over Indonesia. The ceremo-
                                       ny was held in two languages,
                                       Chinese mandarin and Bahasa
                                       Indonesia.
                                         It was ten o’clock in the morn-
                                       ing, the welcoming speech was
                                       presented by the Director Gen-
                                       eral of QITEP and continued
                                       by a speech from the Depu-
                                       ty Ambassador. Subsequent-
                                       ly, a speech from the represen-
                                       tative of the Chinese Language
                                       teachers performed to explain
                                       the spirit of Chinese Mandarin
                                       language teaching to the audi-
                                       ences. The ceremony then con-
                                       tinued with exchange of souve-
                                       nir between the Director Gen-
                                       eral and the Deputy of Ambas-




      100
                        Chinese
                        Mandarin
                        Language
     Teachers, under the 2010 batch,
     arrived in Jakarta and wel-
     comed by the Director Gener-
     al for Quality Improvement of
     Teacher and Education Person-
     nel (QITEP), Ministry of Na-
     tional Education of the Repub-
     lic of Indonesia (MONE). The
     welcoming ceremony was held
     on 22 October 2010 also pre-
     senting the Deputy to the Am-
     bassador of the People’s Re-
     public of China to Indonesia
     and Chief of Chinese Manda-


50
sador. A photo session was held    proximately 100 Chinese Man-          dustrial cooperation between
in the end of the ceremony.        darin language teachers were          the two countries has showed
  Technical cooperation between    dispatched to schools, Chinese        a significant growth of Chinese
the Government of the Repub-       Language Teaching Coordina-           companies operating in Indone-
lic of Indonesia                   tion Boards and kindergartens         sia. Thus, an Indonesian citizen
a n d                                      every year from 2008.         who can master Chinese lan-
                                                  One of the Chief       guage would have higher prob-
                                                    of     Chinese       ability to be hired in such com-
                                                        Manda-           panies.
                                                          rin Lan-         Another form of cooperation
                                                             guage       between Indonesia and China is
                                                                         computer and computer equip-
                                                                         ment provision to the Ministry
                                                                         of Trade of the Republic of In-
                                                                         donesia, provision of short-term
                                                                         training programmemes for In-
                                                                         donesian officials which has
                                                                         reached more than 100 partici-
                                                                         pants every year. Memorandum
                                                                         of Understanding between the
                                                                         two Governments on grant from
                                                                         the Government of the People’s
                                                                         Republic of Indonesia for scien-
                                                                         tific and technological projects
                                                                         in Indonesia and cooperation
                                                                         between local governments of
                                                                         the two countries on sister city/
                                                                         province cooperation and many
                                                                         more, *(bgs).

                                                            Te a c h -
                                                         ing Boards
                                                      from Indonesia
                                                 explains that the
t h e                                      teacher has been a great
Government of                      help to the institution since they
the People’s Republic of China     helped it to grow. One of the in-
has been increasing through the    stitutions from West Kaliman-
dispatch of Chinese Mandarin       tan said that it has grew from
language teachers to many edu-     only opening three classes every
cational instituti  ons all over   term to seven classes. Another
Indonesia. Through a memoran-      from North Sumatera said that
dum of understanding signed        the growth of need to Chinese
between the Office of Chinese       Mandarin language skills have
Language Council Internation-      becoming very important since
al (Hanban) of the People’s Re-    the growth of Indonesia-China
public of China and the Min-       cooperation in economy, trade,
istry of National Education of     as well as Industry. Another im-
the Republic of Indonesia, ap-     portant factor to this is that in-


                                                                                                             51
     FACT FINDING MISSION ON INFRASTRUCTURE IN ROAD
     SECTORS FOR SOUTH-SOUTH TRIANGULAR COOPERATION
     BETWEEN INDONESIA, TIMOR LESTE AND JICA
                                                                             to Timor Leste, H.E. Eddy Setia-
                                                                             budhi and staffs embassy. More-
                                                                             over, the Team met and discussed
                                                                             with Secretary of State, Ministry
                                                                             of Infrastructure Timor Leste,
                                                                             Mr. Domingos and Director Gen-
                                                                             eral, Mr. Piedade and Director of
                                                                             Road Sectors, Mr. Milton.
                                                                               The results of fact finding mis-
                                                                             sion inter alia:
                                                                               a. JICA informed that triangu-
                                                                             lar cooperation among the Gov-
                                                                             ernment of Indonesia, JICA and
                                                                             the Government of Timor Leste
                                                                             for the implementation of the
                                                                             training programme is a apart of
                                                                             the Plan the Government of Ja-
                                                                             pan/JICA for Yean Loan to Timor
                                                                             Leste for the development of
     Signing Minute of Meeting: Mr. Mano, Mr. Fachrur and Mr. Piedade        road sectors.
                                                                               b. Having strong commitment
      Fact         finding      mission
                   conducted from 8 to
     12 November 2010 to Dili, Timor
                                         the knowledge that will be ac-
                                         quired from the course.
                                           The Mission was facilated by
                                                                             among the GOI, GOJ/JICA and
                                                                             GOT in designing format and the
                                                                             form of triangular cooperation
     Leste and consisted of represen-    the Government of Japan/JICA        in the road sectors. The Coop-
     tatives of the Bureau for Techni-   as follow up of the commit-         eration will comprises for the
     cal Cooperation, State Secretari-   ment conveyed by the three          implementation of training pro-
     at (Head of TCDC Division, as the   Head of States, Indonesia, Japan    gramme in Indonesia (4 batches)
     Team Leader) and the members        and Timor Leste during the Bali     and the dispatch Indonesian
     representative from the Minis-      Democracy Forum (BDF 2009)          experts to Timor Leste, finally
     try of Public Works (Education      with the purpose for strength-      it will be implemented of Work-
     and Training Agency and Institu-    ening tie in the development        shop in Timor-Leste. The objec-
     tion of R & D road Engineering      of road sectors. Series meeting     tive of the Workshop is as forum
     ) and the Ministry of Foreign Af-   was held such as Brainstorming      for monitoring and evaluation of
     fairs (Directorat Technical Co-     Meeting in Bali between JICA        the overall programmes.
     operation) and officers of JICA      and Ministry of Public Works on       c. Subjects of the training pro-
     headquarter, Tokyo and JICA         April 2010. These requests from     grammes are divided into two
     Indonesia Office. The purpose        Timor Leste also submitted at       topics, namely Road/Bridge Re-
     of the mission are to 1) Elabo-     the Japan-South East Asian Meet-    habilitation and reconstruction
     rate the needs of the beneficiary    ing (J-SEAM) in Manila, Juni 2010   and Road/Bridge construction
     countries on the subject of the     attended by the GOI, JICA and       and maintenance. And as re-
     TCTP 2) Identify the fasible com-   the GOT.                            quested from Timor Leste will be
     ponents 3) confirm the readiness       On that occasion, Team had an     included to arranging National
     of the target institutions in the   opportunity to having courtessy     Standard for the development of
     beneficiary countries to utilize     called on Ambassador Indonesia      road sectors.


52
  d. The programme will be fi-        eral ties betwen Timor Leste.                 directly adjacent to Indonesia,
nanced by the Government of            c. The development techni-                  Indonesia has a main role for
Japan/JICA (Implementation of        cal cooperation in border areas               planning the development on
training programmes and dis-         should have a specific intention               road sectors in Timor Leste, par-
patch Indonesian experts to          due to the border areas between               ticularly road connected areas of
Timor Leste), while, Indonesia       Indonesia and Timor Leste is the              Wini-Oecussi, this purpose not
will support for the implementa-     main gate for accelerating eco-               only for increasing trade volume
tion in particular the implemen-     nomic growth and trade coop-                  both countries but also it will be
tation of III and IV batches for     eration of Timor Leste, including             vein for Timor Leste due to fas-
year of 2012. On the other hand,     the implementation the develop-               tened on rice producing districts.
Timor-Leste side will be support-    ment road sectors in border ar-               In that case, the GOI expected to
ed to funding implementation of      eas from areas of Wini – Pantai               support Stated Owned Compa-
the Workshop in 2012.                Makasar (Oecussi district).                   nies of Indonesia for initiating as
  e. The Team has signed the           Observation of the Mission                  contractor for the development
Minutes of Meeting between the         1. Timor Leste is highly depen-             in the route.
Government of Indonesia, JICA        dent in road sectors field with                   3. The opportunity technical
and the Government of Timor          Indonesia because of topogra-                 cooperation is diverse and it still
Leste as initiative for the imple-   phy and same geometry system                  open by Indonesia, in consider-
mentation of the programmes.         with the location of Indonesia.               ation of emotional closed be-
  f. With regard to the lack of      Many enggineers of Ministry of                tween both countries will be uti-
equipments of infrastructure,        Infrastructure of Timor Leste                 lized for the development other
Ministry of Infrastructure of        are graduated from universities               technical cooperation as a part
Timor-Leste will approach to the     in Indonesia. For that reason,                of Indonesia’s soft diplomacy
donors for this purpose. More-       th implementation of triangular               and people to people contact.
over, JICA Timor-Leste informed      cooperation among the govern-                    4. Ministry of State Secretary
that they will be assisted on the    ment of Indonesia, Timor Leste                and Ministry of Public Works will
development of road sectors in       and supported by JICA will be                 be prepare the implementation
total distance of 250 Kilometres     initial foothold for Indonesia’s              of the programmes/budgeting,
by ADB and 100 kilometres by         interest such as product market               curriculum/learning modul in-
JICA.                                on practical equipment of infra-              cluding the possibility for pro-
  On that opportunity for court-     structure and expertise.                      viding budget *(Fhr).
essy called on Ambasador Indo-         2. Bearing in mind, Timor Leste
nesia to Timor Leste in Dili, Am-
bassador noted that:
  a. Informing that the Gov-
ernment of Timor Leste has re-
ceived the offering technical
programmes from Indonesia, but
lack of its implementation. For
that reason, Ambassador Eddy
Setiabudhi expected that the
traingular in road sectors will be
run smoothly and concrete result
for the development of Timor
Leste.
  b. Currently, the development
of Timor Leste has been domi-
nated by the People Republic of
China. In this regards, Indonesia
should see in the opportunity for
increasing technical cooperation     Fact Finding Delegation: (from left to right) Mr. Fachrur, Ms. Ipah S, Ms. Ririn DF,
for strategic and integral bilat-    Mr. Saktyanu PS, Mr. Samsi Gunarta, Mr. Zaenal A, Mr. Nakazawa and Mr Mano S



                                                                                                                            53
     WORKSHOP ON FORMULATION OF EVALUATION MECHANISM
     FOR INDONESIA INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT
     PROGRAMME

                                                                                      T
                                                                                              he role of Indonesia as a
                                                                                              resource country for many
                                                                                              Asian and African coun-
                                                                                    tries is increasing quite significant.
                                                                                    Many international short term train-
                                                                                    ing and long term scholarship have
                                                                                    been done by Indonesia in various
                                                                                    fields and have gained a lot of at-
                                                                                    tention from the international com-
                                                                                    munity. Along with its positive eco-
                                                                                    nomic growth, Indonesia is eager to
                                                                                    strengthen its role in international
                                                                                    development through international
                                                                                    capacity development programme.
                                                                                       However, Indonesia mechanism
                                                                                    to evaluate the impact of the inter-
                                                                                    national capacity development pro-
                                                                                    grammes that have been done is still
                                                                                    incomprehensive. These questions:
                                                                                    were they effective for the ex-train-
                                                                                    ees and their organizations, was
                                                                                    / or is it relevant to the beneficia-
                                                                                    ry country’s policy, has any output
                                                                                    been sustained etc. were recognized
                                                                                    during JICA training on “Strength-
                                                                                    ening for Implementation Capabil-
                                                                                    ity of Development Training under
                                                                                    South-South Cooperation” in To-
                                                                                    kyo, Japan, in January 2010. Var-
                                                                                    ious problems were identified and
                                                                                    analyzed during the training pro-
                                                                                    gramme, and ideas for their solu-
                                                                                    tions were presented. The bottom
                                                                                    line of many recurring problems
                                                                                    was that programmes were done
                                                                                    without evaluation so the lessons
                                                                                    learnt were not extracted or utilized
                                                                                    to solve the problems and make the
                                                                                    following programmes better.
                                                                                       To evaluate the international ca-
                                                                                    pacity development programmes,
                                                                                    not only is a mechanism necessary,
                                                                                    but staffs capable of doing the eval-
                                                                                    uation must be prepared as well.
     Mr. Ibnu Purna, Executive Secretary to Minister of State Secretary delivered   Based on the training in Japan and
     keynote speech                                                                 experience of joining JICA’s ex-post
                                                                                    evaluation, Government of Indone-

54
                                          Mr. Ibnu Purna Muchtar, Exec-         jectives.
                                       utive Secretary to the Ministry of         3. Qualified seminar and confer-
                                       State Secretary gave his opening         ence participants are the output.
                                       speech in the Workshop. He stat-         Result of conference and training.
                                       ed the importance of the evaluation
                                                                                  4. Utilization / transfer of ac-
                                       for International Capacity Devel-
                                                                                quired expertise, that makes chang-
                                       opment Programme. Ms. Siti Nu-
                                                                                es in work environment. This is
                                       graha Mauludiah also gave her re-
                                                                                called outcome or the usage of out-
                                       marks during the occasion. He also
                                                                                put. The knowledge or skill gained
                                       stressed that the workshop is ex-
                                                                                in training used to produce relevant
                                       pected to reach concrete result on
                                                                                changes in the participant’s direct
                                       formulating Indonesia internation-
                                                                                area of influence.
                                       al capacity development evaluation
                                       mechanism.                                 5. Expanded expertise and net-
                                                                                works lead to greater efficiency in
                                          Mr. Ralf gave Germany’s InWent
                                                                                organization and beyond. The out-
                                       Perspective on capacity develop-
                                                                                come in the long term is contribut-
                                       ment and evaluation. InWent be-
                                                                                ing to changes in the organizations
Mrs. Siti Nugraha M, Director for      lieves that the capacity develop-
                                                                                or on the system level.
Technical Cooperation, MoFA            ment has three levels: individual,
                                       organizational and system level. It        Dr. Ralf also described the In-
sia approached JICA to facilitate      is important to answer the question      Went’s Prime. Prime is the moni-
a workshop preparing Indonesia’s       of achievement we want to reach          toring and evaluation loop, circle
evaluation mechanism. Aside from       through capacity building. Is it out-    consists of 4 steps: Planning, Mon-
JICA’s resources, it is also needed    put, outcome, effect, result or im-      itoring, Evaluating, and Learning.
to see from various perspectives in    pact? According to Mr. Ralf, many          The second resource person of
order to enrich the knowledge on       donors focusing on the impact, but       the morning session is Mr. Shige-
capacity development evaluation.       this approach are the most difficult.     ki Nakazawa who explained about
Germany’s InWent is seen to be the     He said InWent prefer to focus on        the JICA Project Cycle Manage-
proper resource to enrich the knowl-   the outcome. Many training pro-          ment. According Mr. Nakazawa,
edge on capacity development eval-     vided by many agencies is result-        the evaluation needed because of its
uation due to their track record.      ing output (such as certified partici-    learning effects. It has to be used in
Aside from JICA and InWent, we         pants). But the big question is what     implementation. In JICA perspec-
also invite the implementing agen-     happened to those people after the       tive, there are two aspects of eval-
cy to be the shared their experience   training?                                uation. Both are the vertical level
in evaluating a capacity develop-                                               and chronological aspects. In the
                                          Mr. Ralf explained on the impact
ment programme.                                                                 vertical level, the project leve eval-
                                       chain. Impact chain is a process on
  The Objectives of the workshop       how capacity building needed and         uation will be linked to its upper
are to learn the basic idea of eval-   expanded. Impact chain consists of       level namely the programme and
uation and how it can be applied to    five stages:                              then the highest, policy level. The
Indonesia’s programme and also to                                               chronological aspects, evaluation
                                          1. People, Material, Time, and
identify key issues that need to be                                             can be divided into four stages: ex-
                                       Funding (resources). The first stage
evaluated in terms of international                                             ante evaluation, mid-term evalua-
                                       contains condition where an orga-
capacity development and how to                                                 tion, terminal evaluation (at the end
                                       nization has the people, the materi-
evaluate them. Four resource per-                                               of the project), and ex-post evalua-
                                       al, the time and the fund. They had
sons shared their ideas on evalua-                                              tion (after the project over).
                                       all what it takes to run as an organi-
tion. The resource persons are Mr.                                                The workshop also results the
                                       zation. But in order to work prop-
Ralf Sanftenberg (Country Rep-                                                  brainstorming concept of evalua-
                                       erly, they need their people to get
resentative of InWent), Mr. Shige-                                              tion by the participants which ad-
                                       the knowledge on how to use the re-
ki Nakazawa (Project Formulation                                                justed to the OECD DAC crite-
                                       sources.
Advisor – JICA Indonesia), Mr.                                                  ria on evaluation. This workshop
Ahmad Rofiie (Assistant Director           2. Carry out Training, Hold Con-
                                                                                is only the first step to make bet-
for Programme of NAM CSSTC)            ferences. This is activities that
                                                                                ter programme for Indonesia Inter-
and Mr. Sunarto (Head of Interna-      will give their people the knowl-
                                                                                national capacity development pro-
tional Training Division – BKK-        edge to use their resources in or-
                                                                                gramme.* (Ibl)
BN).                                   der to achieve the organization ob-


                                                                                                                         55
     Pictures
     During
     Workshop
     in Jakarta




56
Workshop on Improving the General Guideline for
Korea Junior Experts Assignment in Indonesia
                                                                     November 2008. The MoU has
                                                                     marked the change of the Pro-
                                                                     gram’s name from KOV (since
                                                                     1991) into KJE.
                                                                       The workshop illustrated
                                                                     many advantages as well as
                                                                     things to improve on the imple-
                                                                     mentation of the KJE program in
                                                                     Indonesia. The Provincial Gov-
                                                                     ernment of East Java emphasiz-
                                                                     ing the need to have a closer
                                                                     coordination between the cen-
                                                                     tral and regional government as
                                                                     well as with KOICA in order to
                                                                     get best advantage out of KJEs
                                                                     assignment in Indonesia. Oth-
                                                                     er point from Bureau for Tech-
                                                                     nical Cooperation is that in or-
                                                                     der to have best outcome out of
                                                                     KJE, an analysis of KJE’s assign-
 A workshop to en-                State Secretariat of the Repub-
                                  lic of Indonesia. The Workshop
                                                                     ment in Indonesia, including or-
hance the General Guideline for                                      ganisational need assessment,
                                  generally discussing on the in-
the Assignment of Korea Junior                                       enhancement of institution’s
                                  stitutions’ experiences on host-
Expert (KJE) in Indonesia held                                       role to monitor and evaluate
                                  ing the KJEs in their offices and
on 29 November 2009 in the                                           the KJE in their institution, as
                                  how they had helped the orga-
                                                                     well as KOICA’s role to get bet-
                                  nizations carry out their organ-
                                                                     ter on the job training program
                                  isational objectives. Other pur-
                                                                     for the newly assigned KJEs are
                                  pose of the workshop is to work
                                                                     needed.
                                  on enhancement of the General
                                  Guideline suited with the expe-      Other important comments
                                  riences in the field.               from participants are that oth-
                                                                     er workshops or seminars will
                                    The Korea Junior Expert (KJE)
                                                                     be a great help to share knowl-
                                  program formerly known as Ko-
                                                                     edge between institutions host-
                                  rea Overseas Volunteer Program
                                                                     ing KJEs. Enhancement of man-
                                  was introduced by the Republic
                                                                     agement process, including
                                  of Korea’s aid agency (Korea In-
                                                                     planning, proposing, need as-
                                  ternational Cooperation Agen-
                                                                     sessment, monitoring and eval-
                                  cy / KOICA) through the signing
                                                                     uation and the enhancement of
                                  of a Memorandum of Under-
                                                                     KJE’s Indonesian language abili-
                                  standing (MoU) between both
                                                                     ty are among the most empha-
                                  KOICA and State Secretariat of
                                                                     sized in the workshop. (bgs).
                                  the Republic of Indonesia on 19

                                                                                                         57
     Workshop on Capacity Building for
     Government Innovation in Indonesia




       Following the im-                 in Indonesia as well as its lesson
                                         learned and problems and solu-
                                                                              Supervisory Board with their ac-
                                                                              tion plans are Mechanism of In-
     plementation of the 2nd Phase of    tions. Secondly, to show to the      dividual Performance Apprais-
     the Capacity Building for Public    public on how best action plans      al System based on Key Perfor-
     Officials for Government Inno-       picked up from the project can       mance Index (KPI) and Devel-
     vation in Indonesia, State Sec-     be implemented in each organi-       opment of Organizational Cul-
     retariat of the Republic of Indo-   sation and its progress report.      ture respectively.
     nesia held the Workshop on Ca-
                                            The morning session of the           The workshop continued with
     pacity Building for Government
                                         workshop opened by Mr. Adi           the afternoon session where it
     Innovation in Indonesia. As a
                                         Kresno from the State Ministry       seeks to point up the Implemen-
     project conducted under the co-
                                         of Administrative and Bureau-        tation of National Bureaucratic
     operation between the Govern-
                                         cratic Reform illustrating the       Reform carried out by the Au-
     ment of Indonesia and the Gov-
                                         Government’s policy to reform        dit Board and the Ministry of Fi-
     ernment of the Republic of Ko-
                                         its public services as stipulated    nance. The two institutions em-
     rea, the workshop which fo-
                                         in the National Long-Term and        phasise on the progress of its na-
     cused in Government’s inno-
                                         Short-Term Development Plan.         tional Bureaucratic Reform pro-
     vation, as a Korean way to call
                                         The next presentation was an         grams implemented in their re-
     Bureaucratic Reform in Indone-
                                         explanation of best action plans     spective institutions. *(bgs)
     sia, the workshop objective are,
                                         from the Ministry of National
     firstly, to get the big picture of
                                         Development and Planning and
     the Bureaucratic Reform policy
                                         the Financial and Development


58
THE TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR
YOUNG LEADERS JFY 2010




 Government                    of
                                    great achievements in his/her
                                    occupation, aged between 20
                                                                       Community based Health Oper-
                                                                       ation and Management, Urban
Japan through Japan Interna-        to 35 years old, good personal-    Environmental Management,
tioal Cooperation Agency (JICA)     ity and highly motivated, psysi-   Basic Education Administration,
Indonesia Office provides ca-        cally and mentally health, profi-   Local Governance, and Commu-
pacity building assistance to       cient in English .                 nity Small & Medium Enterpris-
the Goverment of Indonesia in                                          es Development & Promotion.
                                      The Young Leaders Program
the form of technical training                                         Those areas were divided into
                                    includes the flagship program
, among them in cooperation                                            three departure as follows :
                                    and is considered succesful in
with State Secretariat.
                                    developing potential human re-     • The first group of departure
  For the umpteenth time, the       sources. This program gives an       is Community –based Health
State Secretariat and the JICA      opportunity to all participants      Operation and Management
Indonesia Office held the Young      to have a direct experience in       (17 participants). Period : 12
Leaders Program 2010 as a part      the field and interact with ex-       – 29 October 2010
of Japan’s capacity building pro-   perts in Japan.                    • The second group of depar-
gram fiscal year 2010. This pro-
                                      In fiscal year 2010, the Young      ture is Urban Environmental
gram is offered to Government
                                    Leaders Program was classified        Management Course (16 par-
officialls, NGOs, private sector,
                                    into five areas/sectors such as       ticipants). Period : 9 – 26 No-
and entrepreuneurs who has


                                                                                                           59
        vember 2010                       Before the participants began      On the other side, he also ex-
     • The third groups of depar-         the short course program in Ja-    pressed a sincere appreciation
        ture are Basic Education Ad-      pan, State Secretariat and JICA    from Government of Indonesia
        ministration Course (17 par-      Indonesia Office collaborated in    to Government of Japan and
        ticipants), Local Governance      holding pre-departure program      JICA for their suport and contri-
        (17 participants), Community      to brief and give guidelines for   bution in capacity building pro-
        Small and Medium Enterpris-       all participants about general     gram for Indonesia. He hoped
        es Development & Promotion        activity, ethics and dicipline,    to further and sustain coopera-
        (16 participants). Period : 5     and anyting else which were        tion between both countries in
        – 22 December 2010                related with this Program in-      the future.
                                          cluding general information of        After the short course pro-
       At this ceremony, Mrs. Dinur       Japan’s society.
     Krismasari as representative                                            gram, State Secretariat and
     from JICA Indonesia Office de-          At the closing ceremony, Mr.     JICA Indonesia Office will con-
     livered her remarks. On her re-      Mukhammad Fahrurozi as the         duct an evaluation of program
     marks, Mrs. Dinur congratulated      Head of Technical Cooperation      implementation.       Organizers
     all paricipants who have been        among Development Countries        will be give a questionaire to
     selected to joint in Young Lead-     on behalf of State Secretariat     all participants which contains
     ers Program. She also conveyed       congratulated all participants     list of fields and action plan as
     her gratitude and extends high-      and gave a strong message on       a source for feedback. Based on
     est appreciation from the Japan      the benefits that could be taken    that questionaire, State Secre-
     Government and JICA to the           from this program. Mr. Fahrurozi   tariat and JICA Indonesia Office
     Government of Indonesia, es-         also advised the participants to   will be formulate the next pro-
     pecially to the State Secretariat.   uphold the image of Indonesia.     gram (Iv)


60
OBSERVATION VISIT OF THE TRAINING
PROGRAMME FOR YOUNG LEADERS JFY
2009




                                     Japan. The aim of this observa-    of the natural resources, includ-
                                     tion are to get a clear picture    ing soil and water, to improve
                                     on management cycle of TPFYL       Lake Biwa and Yodo River en-
                                     from policy formulation, a gen-    vironmental quality as well as
                                     eral guideline, course design,     performing a variety of experi-
                                     and curriculum development of      ments for creating a better eco-
  In     order to promote effec-
tiveness better understanding
                                     TPFYL, and information about
                                     the activities in Japan. The ob-
                                                                        logical environment to preserve
                                                                        its quality of water. Another
                                     servation was carried out by       visit also held in Aito Nanohana
for the implementation of the        following the programme ac-        Eco Project at Hihashiomi City,
Training Programme for Young         tivities in Japan.                 Shiga Prefecture. The Project is
Leaders (TPFYL) implemented                                             a local-based recycling model
under the cooperation between           On 1 March 2010 the pro-
                                     gramme started by paying a vis-    operating since 1998, which
Bureau for Technical Coopera-                                           has spread throughout Japan
tion, State Secretariat and Ja-      it to Biwa Lake and Yodo River
                                     Water Purification Center (BIYO     with the aim of promoting local
pan International Cooperation                                           self-reliance programme.
Agency (JICA) Indonesia an ob-       Center) at Kusatsu City, Shiga
servation visit of the training      Prefecture. BIYO Centre is a          The next day, the programme
programme for young leaders          plant designed for research and    continued with a view courtesy
for the Japanese Fiscal Year (JFY)   development of water purifica-      call Director General of JICA
2009 was conducted on 28 Feb-        tion technologies taking advan-    Osaka Centre, Training Program
ruary to 5 March 2010 in Osaka,      tages of purification capacities    Division I & II, JICA Osaka Cen-


                                                                                                            61
                                        programme’s quality in the fu-      middle and eastern part of In-
                                        ture. the Government of Indo-       donesia where the develop-
                                        nesia expect that the Govern-       ment are most needed. For the
                                        ment of Japan through Japan In-     sustainability of the programme
                                        ternational Cooperation Agency      in the future, Bureau for Tech-
                                        will continually provide the pro-   nical Cooperation has strong
                                        gramme in the future.               commitment to implement the
                                          The Programme is expect-
                                        ed to be the driving
                                        force of the de-
     tre, and the Managing Director velopment in
     of Global Environment Centre Indonesia.
     Foundation (GEC). The pro- T h e r e -
     gramme carry on to the next f o r e ,
     day with attending the Discus- it is
     sion of Evaluation Program and
     Presentation of Action Plan be-
     tween the implementing Agen-
     cy (JICA Osaka and GEC) and
     the Programme Participants,
     and Attending the Closing Cer-
     emony of the training program
     (Urban Environmental Manage-
     ment Course) with Report of
     Observation visit activities to
     Director General of JICA Osaka
     Centre in the next day.
        The observation found that
     the TPFYL is very important
     for promoting and strengthen-
     ing Indonesia’s development,
     especially for Young Leaders.
     Currently Bureau for Techni-
     cal Cooperation is preparing a im-
     measurement tool to see how p o r -
     the training programme gives t a n t
     benefit to the participants and to dis-
     their institutions. Suggestion s e m i n a t e
     made that it is very important the         training
     if the programme could con- programme to all
     sider allocating more time for regional and local gov-
     discussions and observations ernments or other institutions
     relating to the field of the train- throughout Indonesia. For this      programme based on our needs
     ing. Another proposition is that purpose, it will be most advan-       and hopefully the programmes
     a new and better design for of- tageous that the Ministry of the       meet with our request. Aware-
     fering, selection, endorsement, State Secretariat together with        ness that our needs are a lot,
     acceptance, pre-departure pro- JICA Indonesia office carry out          so we do hope they will be in
     gramme and evaluation should socialisation of the program              line with the capacities and JICA
     be formulated to improve the in all of these areas, especially         need survey. *(Dwi/Bgs/Iv).


62
HIGH LEVEL UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE
ON SOUTH-SOUTH AND TRIANGULAR COOPERATION




 (second from left) Dr Lukita Dinarsyah Tuwo, Vice Minister of National Planning/Indonesia National Devel
 opment Planning Agency as moderator during the HLM in Geneva, Switzerland




The High Level Meeting on          coming remarks by Mr. Yiping
                                   Zou, Director, Special Unit for
                                                                        equal partnership for global is-
                                                                        sues.
South-south and Triangular Co-     South-South Cooperation con-           Along with various remarks,
operation (HLM SSC) was con-       veyed that the aim at the Meet-      Ambassador Kenya to UN, H.E.
ducted in Geneva, Switzerland      ing was to facilitate exchange       Josephine Ojiambo elaborated
on 23 November 2010 and it         of views among the member            the general speaking that High
was a series event for the 3rd     countries on the success South-      Level Meeting in Nairobi and
Global South-South Develop-        South Cooperation Programme          Bogota stated that the primary
ment (GSSD) initiated by Inter-    and triangular cooperation in        important of South-South Co-
national Labor Organization        each country as well as manage-      operation for boosting devel-
(ILO). Along with the attendance   ment, and the role for overcome      opment in developing countries
of the Meeting by numerous         concrete cases for accelerating      through South-South Coopera-
partner countries (beneficiary      and achieving MDGs target and        tion and Triangular Coopera-
countries), emerging donors,       regional and global issues. One      tion. Strengthening for South-
traditional donors, parliaments,   important point is South-South       South Cooperation is essential
academia, private sectors and      Cooperation to be inclusive and      to be comprised in the National
NGO international. On the wel-                                          Policy in each country and pos-


                                                                                                            63
     sibility for adopting Public Pri-    lem on disconnect of demand        production in least developing
     vate Partnership for overcome        and supply side and inadequate     countries in Africa regions such
     critical issues in the global such   structure of facilitate SSC for    as target oriented, matching
     as food security, social protec-     Development by establishing        programme and needs, sharing
     tion and decent work, elimina-       Trust Fund for Africa integrated   of knowledge and development
     tion child labor and HIV/AIDS.       Aid Effectiveness Agenda; own-     of human resources and tech-
       The format Meeting OF HLM          ership, result oriented, trans-    nology, triangular cooperation
     SSC divided into 4 plenary ses-      parency and integrity. Whilst,     and public private partnership.
     sions as follows: 1) Session         Turkish International Coopera-       In the closing remarks, Head
     One: Global Development Solu-        tion Agency (TICA) explained       of Indonesian delegation Dr.
     tion and South-South and Trian-      that the implementation SSC        Lukita Dinarsyah Tuwo under-
     gular Cooperation; 2) Session        on excellent programmes like       lined that SSC focused on part-
     two: Implementation Structure        cattle breeding and activity of    nership based on solidarity and
     of South-South and Triangular        triangular cooperation con-        willingness for strengthening
     Cooperation and Promotion of         ducted in Tajikistan and Mace-     accountability and sustainable
     Regional Cooperation; 3) Ses-        donia. Even as Africa Rice Cen-    transparency. South Countries
     sion three: Capacity Develop-        ter deliberated that through       will support country-led sys-
     ment for Better Management of        NERICA (National Experts Rice      tem for evaluating quality and
     South-South and Triangular Co-       Center) to assist on increasing    impacts of SSC and fully sup-
     operation and 4) Session four:       production of rice till 6% from    ported by UN bodies, inter alia;
     the Way Forward. In the Ses-         total product African region       knowledge sharing, network-
     sion One, panelist from China        (overcoming lack of food). On      ing, mutual capacity-building,
     International Centre for Eco-        the session of Capacity Devel-     information and best practices
     nomic and Technical Exchanges        opment for Better Management       exchanges. In the last remarks,
     (CICETE) enlarged success story      of South-South and Triangular      he expected that High Level
     on SSC; that were, China South-      Cooperation, JICA was one of       Meeting on South-South and
     South Cooperation Network;           panelist elaborated that the ap-   Triangular Cooperation will be
     South-south Gate (SS Gate) and       proach on SSC for implementa-      strengthened SSC agreed by
     Regional Cooperation Project.        tion of SSC by 1) disseminating    Nairobi Meeting on December
     China has created 21 centre of       of good examples of past co-       2009. *(Fhr).
     excellent with focus on small        operation through implemen-
     hydro power, solar energy, bio-      tation Third Country Training
     gas and new use of plants (eq.       Programme and Third Country
     bamboo and vegetable breed-          Expert Programme 2) capacity
     ing). Besides, Kenya confirmed        development and desertifica-
     on success on food security,         tion of providers through Part-
     at the same time as Singapore        nership Programme (triangular
     detailed the success on Urban        cooperation). JICA suggested
     Development Solution and Wa-         that necessary for promoting
     ter Management. Alongside on         “demand driven approach”,
     the session two consisted of         ownership as well as partner-
     panelists from representative        ship involved various actors,
     of African Development Bank          private and NGO.
     (AfDB), Africa Rice Center, Min-       On the last session “ the
     istry of Foreign Affairs of Egypt.   Way Forward” as one of Panel-
     Some of sharing experience           ist expected and stressed that
                                                                             Indonesia delegations: (from left) Mr.
     were came up as follows; AfDB        SSC would expedite to achieve      Meri S, Mrs. Rika K, Mrs Agustin A,
     : With regard of solving prob-       MDGs through enhancement           Dr. Lukita and Mr. T Choesni


64
THE THIRD COUNTRY TRAINING
        PROGRAMMES
           2010




                             65
     1. Third Country Training Programme on Agribusiness Technology for
     Afghanistan Officials

       Indonesia           had pledged
     commitment to assist on the de-
     velopment of Afghanistan through
     capacity building. One of the real-
     izations is The Third Country Train-
     ing Programme on Agrobusiness
     Technology for Afghanistan which
     held by Agency for Agricultural Hu-
     man Resources Development, Min-
     istry of Agriculture in Lembang,
     West Java from 1st February until
     2nd March 2010.
        The programme participated
     by 10 Afghanistan officials from
     various ministries such as Afghan
     National Standards Authority, Min-
     istry of Agriculture, Irrigation and
     Livestock and Ministry of Rural
     Rehabilitation and Development.
                                            List of Participant
     After the course they expected to
     understand the relevant concepts
                                             Names of Participants              Ministy / Institutions
     of Agrobusiness Technology (food
     crops, horticulture, livestock and
                                             1. Mr. Ahmad Reshad Saidmahmud     JICA Afghanistan
     estate crops), improve their knowl-
     edge and understanding on water
                                                                                Ministry of Agriculture,
     management, and to exchange in-         2. Mr. Bezhan
                                                                                Irrigation and livestock
     formation, views and experience
     among agricultural and rural de-                                           Ministry of Agriculture,
                                             3. Mr. Hamid
     velopment officer.                                                          Irrigation and livestock
        The Afghanistan officials also                                           Ministry of Rehabilitation and
     visited some agro-business sites        4. Mr. Sayed Mumtaz
                                                                                Urban Development
     in Indramayu and Cirebon. Such as
     sugar refinery and paddy industry.                                          Ministry of Rehabilitation and
                                             5. Mr. Noorullah Barikzai
     By visiting the sites, the Afghani-                                        Urban Development
     stan officials able to feel and dis-                                        Ministry of Rehabilitation and
     cuss the industry which supported       6. Mr. Taj Mochammad Zolal
                                                                                Urban Development
     Indonesian Agriculture.
                                                                                Ministry of Rehabilitation and
                                             7. Mr. Ebadat Shah Gawhari
                                                                                Urban Development
                                                                                Ministry of Rehabilitation and
                                             8. Mr. Ghulam Rabi Fareed
                                                                                Urban Development
                                                                                National Standardization
                                             9. Mr. Abdul Waheed Popal
                                                                                Authority of Afghanistan
                                                                                National Standardization
                                             10. Mr, Eng Abdul Safar Salamyar
                                                                                Authority of Afghanistan



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2. Training Course on Empowering Women through
Social, Economic and Cultural Intervention




                                                                             Vietnam. Most of the participants
                                                                             are female with only one partic-
                                                                             ipant is male. The training itself
                                                                             consist of 70 percent class activi-
  The first training co-orga-            by Secretary General of The Co-
                                        lombo Plan Ms. Patricia Yoon-Moi     ties and 30 percent field observa-
nized by Government of Indonesia                                             tion in Depok, West Java.
and The Colombo Plan Secretari-         Chia, who also gave her remarks
                                        during the ceremony, and Head of       The purpose of the training was
at in 2010 held in Jakarta from 17
                                        International Training and Collab-   to provide participants from the
until 23 May 2010 entitled Train-
                                        oratives, Mr. Eddy N Hazmi.          Colombo Plan member countries
ing Course on Empowering Wom-
                                          The Training was participated by   with an opportunity to update and
en through Social, Economic and
                                        10 Participants from various coun-   upgrade relevant approach and
Cultural Intervention. The Training
                                        tries namely Afghanistan, Bhutan,    knowledge of women empower-
opened by The Executive Secretary
                                        Lao PDR, Myanmar, Pakistan, Pap-     ment through social, economic
to Minister of State Secretariat, Mr.
                                        ua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, and        and cultural intervention. The par-
Ibnu Purna Muchtar and attended
                                                                             ticipants are expected to have an
                                                                             understanding in the implementa-
                                                                             tion of Population and Family Plan-
              Names of Participants                        Country
                                                                             ning programme, women empow-
1. Ms. Karima Sultani                                Afghanistan             erment programme through fami-
                                                                             ly planning at the grass root level,
2. Ms. Tsheking Choki                                Bhutan
                                                                             women activities group which or-
3. Ms. Sivilay Phommisouk                            Lao PDR                 ganize women empowerment pro-
                                                                             gramme at the grass-root level to
4. Ms. Swe Swe Linn                                  Myanmar                 achieve small, happy and prosper-
5. Ms. Razia Sultana                                 Pakistan                ous family.

6. Mr. Matthew Aia                                   Papua New Guinea
7. Ms. Kaluthantiringe Dona Manori Sujewani K        Sri Lanka
8. Ms. N W P Dona Bhadra Nishanti Perera             Sri Lanka
9. Ms. Dam Thi Van Thoa                              Vietnam
10. Ms. Nguyen Thi Bao Nga                           Vietnam




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     2. Third Country Training Programme on Behavior Change
     Communication in Family Planning / Reproductive Health
       Family Planning programme plays very important         partner-to-partner dialogue about reproductive
     role in Indonesia. The two children programme            health and subsequent use of reproductive health
     which is popular with its symbol, the blue circle,       methods. Furthermore, people at different stages
     has its success stories which can be shared to oth-      constitute distinct audiences. Thus, they usually
     er developing countries. The family planning pro-        need different messages and sometimes different
     gramme also uses some method in order to achieve         approaches, whether through interpersonal chan-
     its objectives. The National Agency for Population       nels, community channels, or mass media.
     and Family Planning is the institution who respon-         BKKBN has been using P-Process and ACADAE
     sible for the programme.                                 (Assessment, Communication Analysis, Design &
       Government of Indonesia and Government of              Development, Action, and Evaluation) in develop-
     Japan conduct the Third Country Training Pro-            ing strategic communication on FP/RH in Indone-
     gramme on Behavior Change Communication in               sia. Since early 1990, P-Process has been applied in
     Family Planning / Reproductive Health (BKKBN).           developing communication programme in central
     The training is participated by 20 participants from     as well as provincial level. Recently, BKKBN under
     across Asia and Africa. The participant countries        the UNFPA Seventh Country Programme has used
     are Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Ethiopia, Mozam-              ACADAE approach to develop the communication
     bique, Kenya, and Yemen. The training conducted          strategy, including advocacy, BCC, and community
     in Jakarta at the Headquarter of BKKBN. During the       mobilization.
     training the participant also visited Bandung and
     Bali to see how the community approach work in           List of participants
     the grass root.
       Since early nineties, Indonesia has developed           Name                                      Country
     communication programme which was heavily ad-             1. Dr. Chhun Loun                         Cambodia
     dressing Information, Education and Communica-            2. Mr. Pheng Visoth                       Cambodia
     tion (IEC) using P-Process. The success has been          3. Dr. Bun Sriv                           Cambodia
     attributed by among others the massive and con-
     sistent IEC campaigns done by the government              4. Mr. Cheis Rotha                        Cambodia
     private sectors, NGOs and the community. How-             5. Mr. Mengesha Wale Tseganeh             Ethiopia
     ever, the term of IEC is variously understood and         6. Ms. Meselu Atnafe Gebremariam          Ethiopia
     used by the government. It is used for describing         7. Ms. Celestina Alves Da Costa           Timor Leste
     programmes for family planning, population edu-
                                                               8. Ms. Paulus Pelile Ladjar               Timor Leste
     cation in schools, public media campaigns, print
     and other communication materials, etc. In recent         9. Mr. Lucas Morais                       Timor Leste
     years, the emphasis has been put on the produc-           10. Mr. Bernardo Amaral Lopes             Timor Leste
     tion of materials, especially printed materials with      11. Dr. Ahmed Suliman Ma’jam              Yemen
     very little reference to the process of communica-
                                                               12. Dr. Ashwaq Ahmed Muharram             Yemen
     tion that is critical for modifying or changing indi-
     vidual health risks behaviors. In addition to that, in    13. Dr. Waleed A. Attuhami                Yemen
     the late 1990, the terminology of Behavior Change         14. Ms. Celma Luisa da Costa Xavier       Mozambique
     Communication (BCC) has been introduced to                15. Mr. Ramos Bartolomeus Jose Mboane Mozambique
     health communication programme.
                                                               16. Mr. Vasco Fernando Mondlane           Mozambique
       Behavior change and thus communication in-
     tended to influence behavior change is a process.          17. Ms. Catia Cristina Amado              Mozambique
     People usually move through several intermediate          18. Ms. Elizabeth Wasika                  Kenya
     steps in the behavior change process. In addition,        19. Mr. Francis Mwatsahu Gwama            Kenya
     there is typically a correlation between increases        20. Ms. Fatuma Iman Maalim                Kenya
     in behaviors with communication model, such as


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3. Training of Trainers for Participatory Programme on
Agricultural Extension Methodology

 The         Programme was held
             for 14 (fourteen) days,
facilitating the participants with
capability of participatory train-
ing methodology on agricultur-
al extension so they could better
understand the problems in ru-
ral and agricultural communities,
find key success factors of farm-
ers and farmer groups and intro-
duce those factors to neighboring
farmer group and communities to
upgrade their agricultural produc-
tion, farmer income, poverty alle-
viation and quality of life.
  The purpose of the Programme,
the participants will improve and
upgarde their knowledge of im-
plementing participatory training
programme on agricultural exten-
sion, have better understanding        it to some interesting places such      Saung Udjo Art Bambo Cultural
of Agriculture Development Pro-        as in Cihideung and Cianjur and         Show. As the final programmeme,
gramme and activities in Indone-       also in Subang and Cibodas to dis-      the participants were assigned to
sia, and, share information, views     cover and interview of advanced         presentation group report and ac-
and experiences among Agricul-         farmer and goup farmer.                 tion plan for each country and ev-
ture extension officers, farmers           During their visits, the partici-    eryone evaluated the implementa-
and group farmers.                     pants divided into 2 groups and         tion of training course. The result
   The number of participants were     actively involved in discussion to      of the evaluation are as follows:
16 (sixteen) persons from ASEAN        identified of the criteria on the        score of relevance 4, effectiveness
and African Countries, consisted       qualifications of and advanced           4 and efficiency 4,5.
of Cambodia (2 persons), Myanmar       farmer and advance farmer group,          The official opening ceremony
(2 persons), Lao PDR (2 persons),      identification of special aspects        was attended by Acting Director
Vietnam (2 persons), Indonesia (2      of technology innovation and ex-        Bureau for Agricultural Training
persons), Timor Leste (2 persons),     change ideas and experiences with       Development, Dr. Mei Rochjad W,
Egypt (2 persons) and South Africa     the farmers and agricultural offi-       Head of TCDC Division, Bureau for
(2 persons). The Programme was         cers. After having visited to several   Technical Cooperation, State Sec-
held in Jakarta from 17 to 28 Octo-    objects, the participants discussed     retariat, Mr. Mukhammad Fahruro-
ber 2010 for information concern-      in small-goup regarding the result      zi, and Mr. Keiichi Tomiya, Deputy
ing the Agricultural Extension Sys-    of field visit and prepared action       of Chief Representative of JICA In-
tem and Policy in indonesia. From      plan and group report.                  donesia Office. While, at the clos-
19 to 28 October 2010 at National         In addition to boarded their         ing ceremony Ms. Dinur Krisma-
Agricultural Training Center Lem-      views their views about Indone-         sari, Deputy of Chief Representa-
bang, West Java for lecturer and       sia culture, the participants have      tive of JICA Indonesia Office and
practice in the field of participato-   opportunity sight seen to tourism       Mr. Shigeki Nakazawa, Project For-
ry training methodology on agri-       place such as: Asia Africa Museum,      mulation Advisor of JICA Indonesia
cultural extension and for field vis-                                           Office.


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     4. Third CountryTraining Programme on Integrated Maternal Neonatal
     And Child Health (MNCH)Services With Mother And Child Health
     Handbook (MCH) In The Era of Decentralization




      T    he 4th TCTP on Integrated
           Maternal Neonatal and Child
     Health Services with MCH Hand-
                                          book” introduced by the Japan
                                          International Cooperation Agency
                                          (JICA), a Government of Japan’s aid
                                                                                TCTP on MNCH Services with MCH
                                                                                Handbook in the Era of Decentrali-
                                                                                zation in 2006. A programme to
     book in the Era of Decentraliza-     organisation, in Indonesia have       share Indonesian experience in
     tion held in West Nusa Tenggara,     marked the foundation of mother       MCH handbook practice and en-
     Indonesia from 28 July to 3 August   and child services standard in In-    hancement of MNCH services to
     2010 inviting health officials and    donesia. The first project started     other Asian and African countries.
     practitioners from Asian and Af-     in Salatiga, Central Java in 1994     Under the cooperation between
     rican countries. The programme       and go through 2003, then, in         the three agencies, the programme
     aimed to provide knowledge and       2004 the Ministry of Health of In-    was planned to be conducted in
     techniques in the field of MCH. It    donesia declared that every child     five terms every year consecutive-
     also seeks to enhance knowledge      should be provided with an MCH        ly. the 3rd term (2009) was held in
     and share experiences on the MCH     Handbook and all the healthcare       West Sumatera, Indonesia and this
     handbook implementation as well      workers should educate parents        year (2010) was held in West Nusa
     as to discuss the strategy on en-    using the handbook.                   Tenggara, Indonesia.
     hancing MCH handbook utiliza-           Considering this project as a         The programme started with
     tion to increase MNCH services.      success, the Government of Japan      panel discussions and presenta-
     This programme                       through JICA and the Ministry of      tions from the participants pre-
       A project “Ensuring the Quality    Health and Bureau for Technical       senting each country’s experienc-
     of Mother and Child Health (MCH)     Cooperation of Indonesia coop-        es on MCH handbook practices. A
     Services through the MCH Hand-       erating together to hold the 1st      Lao People’s Democratic Repub-

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                                                     No    Nama                         Negara
                                                     1.    Mr. Tran Huynh Phu Hung      Vietnam
                                                     2.    Ms. Dang Cam Tu              Vietnam
                                                     3.    Mr. Elmostafa Cheddad        Maroko
                                                     4.    Ms. Zakia Amin               Afghanistan
                                                     5.    Dr. Kochai                   Afghanistan
                                                     6.    Dr. Gulalai Balkhi           Afghanistan
lic participant said that the best                   7.    Ms. Latsada Phameuang        Laos
thing about the handbook is that
                                                     8.    Mrs. Orathai Satrakoune      Laos
it contains a lot of pictures that
would make it easier for mothers                     9.    Ms. Vesaphong Phommady       Laos
to understand. She said that a lot                   10.   Dr. Kopkeo Souphanthong      Laos
of mothers in her country have
                                                     11.   Dr. Md. Emdadul Haque        Bangladesh
limited education, therefore, it is
best if the MCH handbook have                        12.   Dr. Hashina Choudury         Bangladesh
more pictures. She also added
that participation of the fathers in
MNCH services is crucial as to give    said that Indonesian people are          has done a great job to promote
support to their wife. The fathers     very kind and helpful people and it      and implement the application of
have big responsibility to help        is very good that she can come to        the book. Additionally, she said
mother and child health, for that      Indonesia to learn something far         that in Indonesia, the application
reason, the hospitals have training    later use in her hometown. Other         of the book has covered nationally,
programmes for fathers on how to       participant from Vietnam Woman           different with Vietnam where the
help their wife to maintain their      Union, Ms. Tu said that she work         use of the handbook has beginning
children’s health and care.            mainly for the Behavioural Change        to grow from a few provinces as a
   The programme then continued        Communication to improve the             pilot project to a larger portion in
with field visit to Lalar Liang vil-    promotion of MCH handbook na-            the future.
lage in Sumbawa Island, West Nusa      tionally in Vietnam. She adds that
Tenggara. The village recorded as      the Ministry of Health of Indonesia
the winner of Healthy Village, a
competition between villages initi-
ated by the Ministry of Health of
Indonesia to assess the best village
in its health programme. The vil-
lage has won the competition with
its programme of Emergency Vil-
lage, where a mobile Public Health
Centre posted to give health serv-
ices to the surrounding villages.
There, the participants learn the
MCH handbook application as well
as MNCH services in the village.
   Dr. Hashina from Bangladesh said
that, in Bangladesh, they do not use
MCH handbook, nevertheless it is
very good for Bangladesh to learn
from Indonesia on the application
of the handbook. Additionally, she


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     5. Third Country Training Programme on Capacity Building for
     Povety Reduction




      T    hird Country Training Pro-
           gramme was conducted for
     eleven days stated from October
                                         implemented as scheduled and
                                         running quite well. Some of ob-
                                         servation during the training as
                                                                               as well as working together dur-
                                                                               ing group sessions, question and
                                                                               answer and team up in the field
     25th to November 5th, 2010.         follows:                              studies included lesson learned
       The course was officially opened     1. There has been a serious at-     derived from the field studies.
     by Mr. Mukhammad Fahrurozi,         tempt by participants to learn,          3. Compare tothe previous TCTP,
     Head of TCDC Division, Bureau       exchanges, experience sharing,        this year the participants have an
     for Technical Cooperation State     which assumed participants took       opportunity to learn more cases
     Secretariat and attended by re-     a wide benefits of knowledge,          related to poverty alleviation pro-
     lated officials namely, Ms. Dinur    and following field studies pro-       gramme in Indonesia, which in-
     Krismasari, Deputy Chief of JICA    vide participants to a more realis-   clude PLSD SISDUK, RISE/PNPM,
     Indonesia Office, Mr. Shigeki Na-    tic views on training programme       PISEW, Urban PNPM and Rural
     kazawa, Project formulation Of-     that may very useful for individual   PNPM. Also during the field trip,
     ficer of JICA Indonesia Office and    participants countries.               the participants had met with
     Prof Dr. Mangara Tambunan, Man-       2. During this training pro-        Head of Regional Development
     aging Director of Center for Eco-   gramme as it was observed there       Planning Agency of South Sulawe-
     nomic and Social Studies.           has been developed a strong and a     si Province to learn about the pov-
       Most of the programmes are        conducive chmistry of discussions     erty reduction programmes.


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  4. During the final country ac-
                                        List of participants
tion plan presentation, it shows
and convinces that some major            Name participant                    Country
points on poverty alleviation from
Indonesia have been taken by             1.   Ms. Mulu Tiruneh Merecho       Ethiopia
participants. These imply partici-       2.   Ms. Chala Wata Dereso          Ethiopia
pants ar enriched with how pov-
erty should be alleviating in their      3.   Mr. Otinga Keseon              Kenya
owm country.                             4.   Mr. Oleapus Mubis W            Kenya
  5. We notice there has been
                                         5.   Mr. Somjai Vongpaneya          Lao PDR
growing knowledge and ideas and
perhaps some theories, among             6.   Mr. Sithpaseth Maniponh        Lao PDR
participants on how to identify          7.   Mr. Aung Pyad Soe              Myanmar
poverty at national and local level
and some policy significant in the        8.   Ms. Nang Sengay Soe            Myanmar
capacity building for poverty re-        9.   Mr. Kyaw Kyaw Shwe             Myanmar
duction programme.
                                         10. Mr. Kyaw Moe Tun                Myanmar
  The training programme has
been succesfully completed fa-           11. Ms. Josefina Antineta Da Silva   Timor Leste
cilitated by two facilitators Dr.
                                         12. Mr. Amikar Tavares              Timor Leste
Djuara Lubis and Dr. Juni Tham-
rin who give their dedication and        13. Mr. Tomas Barros                Timor Leste
motivation on how to focuses the
                                         14. Mr. Zeferino Martins            Timor Leste
training programme properly and
also expanding ideas on how to           15. Mr. Hoang Van Khoa              Vietnam
build capacity for poverty reduc-
tion during discussion on all of
courses of training programme.
  On this closing ceremony, Mr.
Mangara expresed and had a great
appreciation and many thanks
to the opportunity for working
together for the last it years and
this year with the Ministry of
State Secretary of the Republic of
Indonesia, JICA for their continu-
ing assistance, funding and ac-
tively supporting from design and
implementing the 9th TCTP.
  Beside that, CESS as organizer
encouraged all participants in
your own respective country for
the continuing working in the
poverty reduction programme. It
may a need the participant to take
initiative for maintaining the rela-
tionship in the post training. In
the case as I see it, there is a need
to develope further international
network on poverty reduction.


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     6. Third Country Training Programme on Geoinformation for
     Decision Support System on Natural Hazard Management
                                                                                   As an experienced country in fac-
                                                                                 ing natural disaster, Indonesia ea-
                                                                                 ger to share its knowledge and ex-
                                                                                 periences through conducting ca-
                                                                                 pacity development programme to
                                                                                 other developing countries. Along
                                                                                 with United Nations Economic and
                                                                                 Social Commission for Asia Pacific
                                                                                 (UNESCAP) which is the regional
                                                                                 arm of united nations for Asia Pa-
                                                                                 cific region, BAKOSURTANAL con-
                                                                                 duct Third Country Training Pro-
                                                                                 gramme on Geoinformation for
                                                                                 Decision Support System on Natu-
                                                                                 ral Hazard Management from 26
                                                                                 July until 6 August 2010 in Bogor
                                                                                 and Jogjakarta.
      H     ave you ever heard of Mount
            Krakatau? How about Mount
     Tambora? Well, both are two of
                                           adjusting the typology of the area
                                           related to the nature. The agency
                                           which responsible for mapping in
                                                                                   In Bogor the participants en-
                                                                                 joyed the lecturers from BAKO-
     three most destructive volcanos       Indonesia is BAKOSURTANAL (Na-        SURTANAL and visit some agency
     in Indonesia archipelago history.     tional Coordinating Agency for        related to the natural hazard man-
     What is the other one? Well, the      Survey and Mapping).                  agement such as LAPAN (National
     other one is mount Toba which                                               Aerospace Institute) and BMKG
                                             One of the uses of survey and       (Agency for Meteorology, Climatol-
     formed Lake Toba. While Mount         mapping is in the spatial develop-
     Toba erupted long time ago,                                                 ogy and Geophysics). While in Jog-
                                           ment. Beside the spatial develop-     jakarta the participants study from
     mount Krakatau and Mount Tam-         ment, the mapping will be useful
     bora was erupted during modern                                              one of the best university in Indo-
                                           in preparing the safe settlement or   nesia, Gadjah Mada University. The
     times. While the eruption of Mount    preparing the alerted area when
     Krakatau caused 30 meters height                                            university taught the participants
                                           natures show it sign of “adjust-      from the academic perspective on
     tsunami in Sunda Strait, Mount        ment” through such as eruption,
     Tambora caused global damage                                                natural hazard management.
                                           earthquake and landslide.
     by the popular called year without
                                           List of participants
     summer. Mount Toba’s eruption it-
     self categorized as super volcanic     Name                                           Country
     eruption which made years of ash       1. Mr. Eng Mohammad Sidiq Hasani               Afghanistan
     snow, causing the self destruction
     and created the Lake Toba.             2. Ms. Lhachey Dema                            Bhutan
       The geological condition of In-      3. Mr. Netai Chandra Dey Sarker                Bangladesh
     donesia is very prone to natural       4. Mr. Ros Chanborith                          Cambodia
     disaster. Aside from volcano erup-
     tion, earthquake and landslide is a    5. Mr. Battulga Zayabaatar                     Mongolia
     threat in Indonesia. Those threats     6. Mr. Lusette Laso Mana                       Papua New Guinea
     need to be managed. How to safe
                                            7. Mr. Rustam Guluzade                         Azerbaijan
     people life under such a circum-
     stance is one of the key points in     8. Mr. Ijaz Ahmad                              Pakistan
     case of disaster happens. Mapping      9. Ms. Chethika Chathurani Nayarathne          Sri Lanka
     and Geoinformation is needed to
     most of the regional development       10. Mr. U Hlwam More                           Myanmar



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7. Third Country Training Programme on Establishing and
Managing Microfinance Region
 Introduction                          ing the capabilities to develop MFI
  NAM CSSTC has signed Minutes         products and learn the experienc-
of Meeting with Japan Internation-     es of other countries.
al Cooperation Agency (JICA) on           The Course was more focused
13 September 2007 concerning           on practical aspects of microfi-
the Third Country Training Pro-        nance development based on two
gramme on Micro Finance for Afri-      different operational schemes of
can Region – Batch II, to be imple-    Conventional Rural Banking and
mented for five consecutive years       Sharia Financial Institution. Semi-
(2007-2011).                           internship activities were also con-
                                       ducted at the two different financ-     tution; (11) Savings Mobilization;
  The first batch (2004-2006) fo-                                              (12) Loan Management; (13) Risk
cused on the operations of mi-         ing schemes in Bandung. The two
                                       different MFIs observed by partici-    Management; and (14) Control and
crofinance, and the second batch                                               Supervision. Another field sessions
(2007-2011) focused on the insti-      pants are the fast-growing conven-
                                       tional Rural Bank (BPR) of Kencana     were also conducted to share prac-
tutional set-up and management                                                tical knowledge and skills in man-
for microfinance development.           and the most developed Sharia Fi-
                                       nancial Institution of BMT Barrah.     aging two different MFIs that op-
The latest TCTP was conducted on                                              erate conventioal and sharia mi-
1-12 November 2010 in Jakarta and      Those two MFIs facilitated partic-
                                       ipants with some exercises of the      crofinance schemes.
Bandung, participated by 10 rep-                                                The training sessions were con-
resentatives from Ethiopia (3 per-     practical knowledge of microfi-
                                       nance development. The partici-        ducted participatory and the
sons), Kenya (3 persons), Namib-                                              teaching methodology was based
ia (1 person), and Uganda (3 per-      pants also observed the two MFIs’
                                       members and clients; how the           on adult learning techniques that
sons). The participants of the pro-                                           include case studies, group exer-
gramme comprise of policy mak-         members/clients/entrepreneurs
                                       manage their small enterprises by      cises and discussions. Very little
ers and practitioners where they                                              lecturing was used as this training
could share common issues with         using microcredit from the two
                                       MFIs.                                  was meant to be practical and of
different perspectives.                                                       immediate benefit to the partici-
  The Course was intended to              Substance and Methodology
                                          The training substance was fo-      pant.
provide participants from African                                               Participants brought country re-
countries with an opportunity to       cused on technical aspects of mi-
                                       crofinance development. There are       ports from their institutions for
improve their knowledge and tech-                                             sharing and analyzing their vari-
niques in establishing and manag-      14 (fourteen) training modules de-
                                       livered and discussed in the class     ous relevant data and information
ing microfinance institution (MFI).                                            and, to some extent, using finan-
In order to enrich the discussion, a   training sessions, namely: (1) Mac-
                                       ro View of Microfinance Develop-        cial information to lead manage-
Japanese expert (Ms. Haruko Awa-                                              ment decisions towards financial
no) was also invited to share the      ment in Africa; (2) Indonesian Eco-
                                       nomic Development and Banking          sustainability.
results of JICA-supported ground                                                Output
research results concerning the        System; (3) Introduction to Micro-
                                       finance Development in Indonesia;         The praticipants have: (1) ac-
macro and micro views on Afri-
                                       (4) The Roles of MFI and Policy for    quired a complete comprehension
can microfinance development. At
                                       Strengthening Financial Inclusion;     on technical aspects of microfi-
the end of the Course, participants
                                       (5) Micro View of MFI Develop-         nance; (2) acquired necessary skills
were expected to have improved
                                       ment in Africa: A Comparative Op-      to mobilize microfinance practic-
and upgraded relevant techniques
                                       erational Scheme of MFIs; (6) Bank-    es in his/her country; (3) produced
and knowledge of: (a) applying dif-
                                       ing Type MFI; (7) Non-Banking Type     an action plan to be followed-up
ferent approach to establish MFI;
                                       MFIs; (8) MFIs’ Roles in Supporting    upon his/her return to his/her or-
(b) applying appropriate method
                                       SMEs Development; (9) Basic Op-        ganization; and (4) learned from
in managing MFI operations ei-
                                       eration of Rural Bank; (10) Basic      each others’ experiences across
ther they are conventional-based
                                       Operation of Sharia Financial Insti-   the region.
or sharia-based; and (c) enhanc-


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     8. International Training Course of Artificial Insemination on Dairy Cattle

       Continuing the success            facility and location are availed
                                         to the inseminator, well-man-
                                                                             been enabled itself to apply AI
                                                                             technology on dairy cattle, beef
     story of Indonesia-Japan coop-
     eration on the International        aged semen quality, handling        cattle, and goat, supported by
     Training Course of Artificial In-    and insemination technique in-      intellectual capacity of livestock
     semination in previous 5 years,     cluding health aspect of proven     variety, application of progeny
     both countries agree to conduct     bull and female acceptor.           test and related technology,
     the programme again. Singo-            In several developed coun-       for instance livestock greenery
     sari Artificial Insemination Na-     tries such as USA, Japan and        feed processing technology,
     tional Center which located in      several European countries, AI      cattle sperm sexing trial, AI on
     Malang, East Java, is the imple-    on cattle has been commer-          fish, having of an accredited
     menting agency. Singosari Arti-     cialized and become a high          laboratory ISO 17025, quality
     ficial Insemination had trusted      – economy value products, and       management system ISO 9001
     to be the certification agency       even for AI has been an indus-      and exporting semen products
     for Indonesian manpower who         try product in those countries.     to Malaysia.
     will work in New Zealand vet-       By having this international           The training itself, conduct-
     erinary industry. Aside from        market opportunity, therefore,      ed from 1st until 28th Novem-
     that achievement the center is      generating AI technology devel-     ber 2010 and participated by
     also known as the producer of       opment as continually carried       20 persons from various coun-
     frozen cement for years.            out by the Singosari AI Centre.     tries.
        With its strong record, the      Today, SIngosari AI Centre has
     center must been appropriate        List of participants
     to share its knowledge to other
     south countries in artificial in-     Name                                          Country
     semination. The Purpose of the       1. Mr. Hamood Saad Sharaf An – Nu’many        Yemen
     training course is to upgrade        2. Mr. Saleh Mohammed Ahmed                   Yemen
     and improve of the knowledge
     and technique of inseminator         3. Dr. N.W.M.R.B. Bothota                     Sri Lanka
     among Development Countries.         4. Mr. Dennis Ochieng Odhiambo                Kenya
     The Training Course is also to
     give an opportunity for partici-     5. Dr. John Flokie Owino                      Kenya
     pants to exchange ideas, infor-      6. Mrs. Duriya Elhaj Farah                    Sudan
     mation and experience among          7. Mr. Ismail Hassab El Rasoul Mohammed Khair Sudan
     them.
        Artificial insemination tech-      8. Mr. Brighton Zulu                          Zimbabwe
     nique on cattle has made it          9. Ms. Fungai Suondo                          Zimbabwe
     progress commencing from             10. DR. Thet Naing OO                         Myanmar
     around 1950 and started to
     promote in Indonesia in 1976,        11. Mr. Zaw Min Htun                          Myanmar
     as it aimed to penetrate sperm       12. Mrs. Tran Thi Loan                        Vietnam
     of proven bull into female cat-
     tle genital where the timing is      13. Ms. Dang Thi Duong                        Vietnam
     aligned with the female estrus       14. Mrs. Yang Somali                          Cambodia
     to have it pregnant. The utiliza-    15. Mr. Somony Mam                            Cambodia
     tion of one proven bull in this
     technique could be used to           16. Mr. Souksamalane KEOPHOUN EE              Lao PDR
     mate around 10.000 to 20.000         17. Mr. Phitucsamphun PHARAKHON               Lao PDR
     cows per year. Artificial Insemi-     18. Mr. Amanullah Aziz                        Afghanistan
     nation is one of an effective
     and efficient breakthrough of         19. Mr. Peer Mohammad Stanikzai               Afghanistan
     mating technology as long as         20. Drh. Mafalda A.D. Ximenes                 Timor Leste

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9. Third Country Training Programme on Vocational Rehabilitation for
Persons with Disabilities




  The        training is held in Na-
             tional Vocational Re-
habilitation Center – Ministry of
                                        rehabilitation center to educate
                                        the people with skill and knowl-
                                        edge so that they empowered. Dur-
                                                                              the government, the private sector
                                                                              also has some role in this sector,
                                                                              Rediprint Ltd and Kedaung Ltd are
Social Affairs from 15 June until 27    ing the training the participants     some of good example which also
July 2010 in Bogor. The training is     visited many rehabilitation centers   visited by the participants.
focusing on how to empower the          in Central Java and Bali. Not only      List of Participants:
disabled persons through the de-
velopment of rehabilitation ser-          List of participants
vices based on Indonesia experi-
                                           Name                                             Country
ences.
  The total number of the partici-         1. Mr. Wangchuk                                  Bhutan
pants is 16 (sixteen) from various
countries namely: Bhutan, Lao              2. Mr. Tshering Pem                              Bhutan
PDR, Palestine, Timor Leste and            3. Ms. Sonam Choekey                             Bhutan
Zimbabwe. The opening session
of the training is attended by the         4. Mr. Karma Tenzin                              Bhutan
Director General for Social Reha-
                                           5. Mr. Kharka Bdr. Mongar                        Bhutan
bilitation Service and Secretary
General of Ministry of Social Affairs      6. Mr. Soulyvong Lanorsavanh                     Laos
from the Government of Indonesia
and Chief Representative of Japan          7. Ms. Manith Thilhavanh                         Laos
International Cooperation Agency           8. Ms. Bounchanh Pasouk                          Laos
Indonesia Office, Mr. Sakamoto
Takashi. The opening ceremony              9. Ms. Kinnaloue Nouankengkham                   Laos
also enlivened by sasando perfor-          10. Mr. Ameer M. L. Shaar                        Palestina
mance. The sasando is local music
instrument which recently popular          11. Ms. Silvia Vicente                           Timor Leste
because the appearance of Berto
Pah, young sasando artist who              12. Ms. Anastacia dos Santos                     Timor Leste
compete in talent competition in           13. Mr. Sergio Elidio Borges de Desu             Timor Leste
national television. He is also one
of the graduations from NVRC.              14. Mr. Johanes Chiminya                         Zimbabwe
  Indonesia has many experiences           15. Ms. Pikinini Joyce                           Zimbabwe
in empowering persons with dis-
abilities. The government uses the         16. Ms. Muyeni Kilu                              Zimbabwe


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     10. The Third Country Training Programme on Education for Computer
     Based Industrial Automation


     The        training was conducted in Surabaya
                from 8 until 30 November 2010. The
     implementing agency is Electronic Engineering
                                                            Myanmar. In the closing ceremony the representa-
                                                            tive from participants Mr. Wilbard Bilungi Nyam-
                                                            wihula of Tanzania sent his gratitude and thank to
     Polytechnic Institute of Surabaya (EEPIS). EEPIS       the Government of Indonesia and JICA. He said
     is an experienced institution in conducting South-     that the training equipped the participants with
     south Technical Cooperation Program. EEPIS also        relevant techniques to be applied.
     send their expert to Tumba College of Technology
     in Rwanda under the framework of JICA’s Third          List of participants
     Country Expert Program. EEPIS also known for
     its reputation in robotic technology due to their                             Name              Country
     record in many international and national robotic       1. Mr. Wilbard Bilungi NYAMWIHULA Tanzania
     competitions.                                           2. Mr. Peter Mola Makolo                Tanzania
     The training consists of many activities such as        3. Mr. Kun Pechyathsen                  Cambodia
     lecture, lab practicum, and site visit. The subjects    4. Ms. Aye Kay Khaing Soe               Myanmar
     taught are mechatronics engineering in educa-
                                                             5. Mr. Sudajh Rohan Munasinghe          Sri Lanka
     tion, engineering curriculum development meth-
     odology, laboratory development strategy, teach-        6. Mr. Habinshuti Aimable               Rwanda
     ing methodology, and applied mechatronics and           7. Mr. Sunil Kumar                      Nepal
     robotic control. The participants also visit some       8. Mr. Shahzed Ahmad                    Pakistan
     sites such as IGLAS Ltd and Electronic Engineer-        9. Ms. Chanthanom SOUKHASEUM            Laos
     ing Polytechnic Institute of Bali.                      10. Mr. Emmanuel Kaingu Charu           Kenya
     Thirteen participants joint the training. They are
                                                             11. Mr. Saada S.M. Shalabi              Palestine
     varied from Asia to Africa. The countries are Lao
                                                             12. Mr. Hikmat Y.M.Darawsheh            Palestine
     PDR, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Vietnam, Tanzania,
     Rwanda, Kenya, Palestine, Pakistan, Nepal, and          13. Mr. Vu Van Phan                     Vietnam


     11. Training Course on Empowering Women through Social,
         Economic and Cultural Intervention

     The          first training co-organized by Government of Indonesia and The Colombo Plan Secretariat
     in 2010 held in Jakarta from 17 until 23 May 2010 entitled Training Course on Empowering Women
     through Social, Economic and Cultural Intervention. The Training opened by The Executive Secretary
     to Minister of State Secretariat, Mr. Ibnu Purna Muchtar and attended by Secretary General of The
     Colombo Plan Ms. Patricia Yoon-Moi Chia, who also gave her remarks during the ceremony, and Head
     of International Training and Collaboratives, Mr. Eddy N Hazmi.
     The Training was participated by 10 Participants from various countries namely Afghanistan, Bhutan,
     Lao PDR, Myanmar, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam. Most of the participants
     are female with only one participant is male. The training itself consist of 70 percent class activities
     and 30 percent field observation in Depok, West Java.



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The purpose of the training was to provide participants from the Colombo Plan member countries
with an opportunity to update and upgrade relevant approach and knowledge of women empow-
erment through social, economic and cultural intervention. The participants are expected to have
an understanding in the implementation of Population and Family Planning programme, women
empowerment programme through family planning at the grass root level, women activities group
which organize women empowerment programme at the grass-root level to achieve small, happy
and prosperous family.


          Name of Participants          Country
                                        Afghani-
 1. Ms. Karima Sultani
                                        stan
 2. Ms. Tsheking Choki                  Bhutan
 3. Ms. Sivilay Phomnisouk              Lao PDR
 4. Ms. Swe Swe Linn                    Myanmar
 5. Ms. Razia Sultana                   Pakistan
 6. Mr. Matthew Aia                     PNG
 7. Ms. K. Dona Manori Sujewani K       Sri Lanka
 8. Ms. N W P Dona Bhadra Nishanti P    Sri Lanka
 9. Ms. Ms. Dam Thi Van Thoa            Vietnam
 10. Ms. Nguyen Thi Bao Nga             Vietnam




                                                       Happy New Year
                                                            2011
                                                       Building Harmony and Prosperity
                                                       for Developing Countries


                                                      Bureau for Technical Cooperation
                                                      State Secretariat




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