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					                    Support to the Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia




                       Republic of Indonesia




     United Nations Development Programme




                     Support to the Partnership
              for Governance Reform in Indonesia




 The Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia (Partnership) is a multi-stakeholder
 association dedicated to support Indonesian initiatives aimed at supporting governance
 reform in Indonesia. The Association works with government agencies and institutions as
 well as community based and other non-government institutions to advance the national
 reform agenda.




                                                                           Date: _________________



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                                          Table of Contents


Item                                                                                       Page


Signature Page                                                                               1
Table of Contents                                                                            2
List of Abbreviations                                                                        3


I. A.     Situation analysis                                                                 4
I. B.     Origins of the Partnership                                                         4
I. C.     Institutionalizing the Partnership                                                 6
I. D.     The Partnership in action                                                          8
I. E.     Monitoring and Evaluation                                                         16
I. F.     Lessons Learnt                                                                    17
I. G.     Moving Forward                                                                    20



II.       Results and resources framework                                                   23


III.      Management arrangements                                                           25
III. A.   Executing Agency                                                                  25
III. B.   Implementing Agency                                                               26
III. C.   Partnership structures                                                            28
III. D.   Policy Advisory Committee                                                         31
III. E.   Project Appraisal Committee                                                       32
III. F.   UNDP support arrangements                                                         34
III. G.   Summary of management arrangements of Partnership                                 36


IV.       Proposed Budget                                                                   37


Attachments:
A.        List of Partnership proposals supported through the Trust Fund,
          including the EC and Swedish supported Trust Funds                                39
B.        Project Officer for Executing Agency                                              59
C.        Support Services to be provided by UNDP to the Partnership                        61
D.        Partnership Organigram                                                            64
E.        Articles of Association of the Partnership                                        65
F.        NEX Procedures                                                                    78


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                                      List of Abbreviations


ACP           Advisory Committee on Procurement
ALD           Activities of Limited Duration
AOS           Administration and Operational Services
APR           Annual Progress Report
ASSPUK        Assosiasi Perempuan Usaha Kecil- Small Business Woman Assosiation
AWPB          Annual Work Program and Budget
BAPPENAS      Badan Perencanaan dan Pembangunan Nasional- National Planning and Development Body
BDP           Bureau for Development Policy
BPK           Badan Pengawas Keuangan- Supreme Audit Body
CDR           Combined Delivery Report
CSO           Civil Society Organization
DDF           Direct Disbursement Facilities
DESA          Department of Economic and Social Affairs
DEX           Direct Execution
DPR           Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat- National Parliament
EC            European Commission
EU            European Union
FIM           Financial Mangement Information System
IALA          Inter Agency Letter of Agreement
ID            Identity
INS           Indonesian Support
ISA           International Standards on Auditing
ISAI          Institut Studi Arus Informasi - Institute Study for Flow of Informatio
KKN           Korupsi, Kolusi, Nepotisme- Corruptions, Collutions and Nepotism
KPU           Komite Pemilihan Umum-General Election Committee
LCC           Local Contract Committee
LOA           Letter of Agreement
LP3ES         Lembaga Penelitian, Pendidikan dan Penerangan Ekonomi Sosial
LPAC          Local Programme Advisory Committee
MOU           Memorandum of Understanding
MPR           Majelis Pemusyawaratan Rakyat-National People Assembly
MSU           Management Support Unit
NEX           National Execution
NGO           Non Government Organization
No of Proj    Number of Projects
OAPR          The Office of Audit and Performance Review
OFA           Operating Fund Account
OHR           Office of Human Resources
OSG           Operations Support Group
PAC           Policy Advisory Committee
PANWASLU      Panitia Pengawas Pemilu-General Election Supervisory Committee
PAP-C         Project Appraissal Committee
Partnership   Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia
PP 19         Peraturan Pemerintah No 19- Government Regulation No 19
PSD           Programme Support Document
PSPK          Pusat Studi Pengembangan Kawasan- Center Studies of Areal Development
SBAA          Standard Basic Assisstance Ageement
SBEAA         Standard Basic Executing Agency Agreement
SDS           Special Development Situation
SOP           Standard Operating Procedures
SRF           Strategic Results Framework
SSA           Special Services Agrement
TOKTEN        Transfer of Knowledge Through Expatriate Nationals
TOR           Terms of Reference
UK            United Kingdom
UNDP           United Nation Development Program
UNISTAR       United Nations International Short Term Advisory Resources
UNOPS         United Nations Office for Project Services
UNVs          United Nations Volunteers
USD           United States Dollars


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I. A.   Situation analysis

The Asian economic crisis of the late 1990s struck no country more severely than
Indonesia. In the wake of this crisis as inflation soared, capital was withdrawn from the
country, unemployment increased, and support for the legitimacy of the carefully crafted
political system, known as the New Order, collapsed. The key architect of that system,
long time President Soeharto, was forced to resign in the face of unprecedented protest
from the public, led by members of the young generation.

As the country searched to understand the implications of what was happening, a new
term came to reflect the times, namely Reformasi. The key problems confronting the
nation were seen as linked to issue of governance. The prime target of Reformasi was
therefore the nature of governance in Indonesia.

In the lead up to the historic elections of 1999 a series of governance reforms were initiated.
These issues covered under these reforms included the electoral system, political party
system, the legislative system, the relationship between the national government and
regional authorities, the security and policing forces, the media and press sector, the legal
system as well as ethical architecture of the public sector. Many of these changes were in the
form of laws and basic regulations.

The 1999 elections provided electoral support to the reform movement with parties and
groups advocating reform representing the largest groups in the Parliament. The
following years provided evidence of the difficulty of converting the basic contents of
reformist legislation into fully functioning systems in practice.

Even so, the successful conclusion of legislative elections in April 2004, widely acclaimed
to be Indonesia’s second free and fair elections, demonstrated that the reform agenda
has begun to institutionalize. This does not undermine the fact that a lot of work remains
to be completed in transforming the vision of reformed governance in Indonesia into
sustainable good and democratic governing practices.

The mandate for reform remains firmly entrenched in a significant array of legislative
products from MPR Decrees to government decrees. The process of institutionalizing and
regularizing these changes remains a key challenge in the overall process of transforming
Indonesia’s processes of governance.



1. B.   Origins of the Partnership

One early understanding that emerged was that reform was a process that would only
yield results through collective action. This means it would not be sufficient to leave each



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institution to “reform itself”. The process required a much more comprehensive and
integrated support mechanism. Internal reformist change with external support and
demand was seen as more likely to bring about substantive reform.

The provision of a mechanism, to assist institutions undergo the complex processes of
reforms, was discussed intensively towards the end of 1999. Consultations were
conducted with representatives of the new Government, the Parliament, representatives
of the judiciary as well as civil society and the Indonesian private sector. International
financial institutions as well as bilateral donors were also approached to explore potential
interest in supporting this mechanism.

Two key outcomes of these discussions included firstly a clear agreement that a broad
based effort of support for institutional reform was necessary to transform the new laws
into practice. The second outcome was an acceptance that the process of political and
institutional reform was ultimately a matter that will succeed only with full Indonesian
ownership. The role of the international community could be tapped for expertise,
sharing of experiences and for other technical and financial forms of support. However
ultimate responsibility and leadership for the success or otherwise of the reform agenda
must lay with Indonesians, especially for more politically sensitive aspects of the reform
agenda, including of its most fundamental elements such as constitutional reform. The
mechanism for this multi-sectoral approach to reform was to be known as the
Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia.

Having agreed to the merits of an Indonesian led partnership with active input from a
wide cross section of Indonesian society the next issues to determine were the structure
of this partnership. Following further consultation, the structure of the Partnership began
to take shape. To provide strategies and ideas to support advance the reform agenda, the
Partnership would include a facility to support policy dialogue and analysis. To support
Indonesian institutions and entities to carry forward their activities a dedicated trust fund
would be established. On the basis of a careful reviews of the proposals including their
relevance to the work program of the Partnership these proposals would be supported.

To ensure ongoing engagement with and support from key Indonesian institutions, the
overall Partnership would be led by an Indonesian majority Governing Board. This Board
would include representatives from the Indonesian Government, legislature, judiciary,
civil society and private. In addition, this group would include representatives from the
three multilateral agencies and bilateral donors. The Board met for the first time in May
2000.




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Another early decision taken by the Board of the Partnership outlined the areas of the
overall national reform agenda in which the Partnership would be engaged. These areas
consisted of the following:
    1. Judicial sector;
    2. Civil service, which was subsequently refined to include police;
    3. Electoral systems and management;
    4. Legislative support;
    5. Civil society and media;
    6. Corporate sector;
    7. Decentralization and regional autonomy; and
    8. Anti-corruption.

The issues of decentralization and regional autonomy and anti-corruption were seen as
cutting across each of the above issues and thereby seen as critical elements to the
potential agenda of the emerging Partnership.



I. C.   Institutionalizing the Partnership

The initial project governing the operation of the Partnership, INS/00/015, contained as a
key objective “to establish a sustainable management infrastructure to enable the
Partnership for Governance reform in Indonesia to fulfill its aims and objectives.”

One of the key issues outstanding at the time of its establishment was the precise
organizational nature of the Partnership. Discussions at the time led to an interim
agreement for the Partnership to be established as a UNDP project with the National
Development Planning Agency, Bappenas, as the Executing Agency. Given that the
Partnership was not yet a legal entity at the time it commenced activities, Bappenas and
UNDP agreed to a special interim arrangement signed through a MoU (see Attachment).
This arrangement was seen as necessary only until such time as the legal status of the
Partnership was resolved.

Problems associated with the unclear legal status of the Partnership was identified by,
among others, a 2003 audit report of the State Audit Board as an impediment to the
effective operation of the Partnership. Following careful and considered views including
from all partners and stakeholders of the Partnership the notion of establishing the
Partnership as a not-for-profit civil law association was agreed as the most appropriate
structure for the Partnership.

The initial version of this structure was put into place in November 2003. Following a
further review by partners, it was agreed to refine these Articles of Association to ensure


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the effective participation of all partners. A copy of these revised Articles of Association,
signed on 27 August, is attached to this document as Attachment E.

The decision to select this modality of institutionalization was based on a number of
considerations which included the fact that the existing governance structures within the
informal entity called the Partnership were somewhat similar to that which would
emerge as a civil law partnership as opposed to the traditional foundation (yayasan)
structure, incorporated enterprise or official state body.

Other efforts focused on supporting the institutionalization of the Partnership have
included a review conducted by the World Bank to assess the monitoring and evaluation
processes within the Partnership. The Partnership has determined to use this review to
assist strengthen its monitoring and evaluation practices and strategies. Other regular
programs of monitoring and evaluation will also be used to strengthen the capacity of
the Partnership on an ongoing basis.

The following diagram indicates the basic shift in the relationship between the
Partnership and the UNDP as a result of the Partnership being established as a legal
entity. The diagram identifies how the Partnership moves from essentially being a UNDP
project initiative to becoming an entity in which this project forms one component. In
noting this change, there is also scope and potential for the Partnership to establish
separate projects with other donors outside the UNDP funding process.




                         The basis of previous and current project.


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While the Partnership may be engaged in a wide range of areas of governance,
specifically in those noted under Section 1. B., the Partnership decided to focus its
programmatic attention on a limited number of areas based upon national priorities and
emergent demand and opportunities. The existing 2 year Work Program will conclude at
the end of 2004. By the fourth quarter of 2004, the Partnership will conclude the new
work program for 2005 and 2006 taking into account the national priorities including as
proposed by the newly elected Government.

In developing the 2005-2006 work programs, the Executive Board will receive basic input
and options from the Executive Office. The Board will provide guidance on the general
direction and contents of the proposed work program. The Executive Office will further
define these issues and return the more elaborated document to the Board. Once the
Board accepts the draft it will commence a consultative process meeting with Partners,
the Governing Board, donors among others to seek input and commitment. Once
finalized, the Executive Board will submit the proposed work program to the Meeting of
Partners for formal endorsement in accord with the Articles of Association.

One further impact of the Partnership becoming a legal entity in its own right will be a
capacity for it to receive support beyond the scope of this project. While initial
contributions along these lines maybe small, the scale of such support may well increase
over the years. To anticipate such developments, the Partnership will work to ensure it
maintains a programmatic and operational coherence over these sources of funds and
develop the necessary capacity to be able to deliver and report appropriately according
to the needs of its contributors and benefactors.

A copy of the organizational structure of the Partnership to be applied at the time this
project comes into effect is attached as Attachment E. As noted in this chart the Executive
Office, which houses the Facility, Trust Funds management and administration contains
some staff (see page 64).



1. D.   The Partnership in action

Since becoming active in late 2000, the Partnership has endorsed support for a total of
185 projects through the Trust Fund, including support through the dedicated trust
funds supported by the EC and Sweden. As of 31 July 2004, a total amount of USD 20.8
million had been received through the Trust funds with an additional USD 11 million to
be made available in future trenches. Of this amount, USD 15.6 million has been
disbursed. A list of projects, which the Partnership has funded, and is currently, funding,
through its trust funds is attached as Attachment A to this document. The projects are



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broken down by thematic area of support. Even so it is well to note that many of the
projects cover more than one area at once. The Partnership’s Facility for Policy Dialogue
and Analysis has also initiated a number of activities that have advanced the reform
agenda during this past four years. There were a number of projects that are worthy of
specific note given that there impact extended well beyond their programmatic
objectives.

Some of the best examples of the Partnership in action have occurred when more than
one component of the Partnership’s agenda have been combined. The following
examples provide an indication of a few Partnership supported initiatives that have had a
significant and constructive impact on Indonesia’s reform agenda.



Cross-Sectoral programs of support

Activities under this form of Partnership engagement bring together groups and
stakeholders, which cover more than one component of the field of governance. For
example bringing together an agenda of activities focused on electoral issues and civil
service reform, or legal and judicial reform with anti-corruption initiatives. Other issues
might include civil service reform with decentralization and regional autonomy. These
kinds of activities seek to maximize synergies and incentives for reform efforts from
among various groups with mutual overlapping areas of interest. Examples of this kind of
Partnership engagement include:



Support program for Ambon Municipality

This project was a combination of civil service reform and the decentralization and
regional autonomy. One of the key objectives for this project was to introduce a new
bookkeeping system within the budgetary processes. This pilot example, using double
entry bookkeeping, has successfully enhanced financial tracking capacity and reduced
waste, thereby increasing public funds available for building key confidence initiatives in
this region. This initial pilot was followed up by a further and more extended pilot in a
number of areas in Aceh.

The success of these activities led to a wider program of reform that has led to the
incorporation of double entry bookkeeping as the basis for budgeting for all provincial
and local authorities.




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Selection and recruitment for high-ranking government officials in Kabupaten Kebumen

This project was also combining civil service reform and the decentralization and regional
autonomy. The selection of candidates for senior positions in local government,
including of regional owned enterprises, have traditionally been internal appointments,
thus representing a restriction on potential expertise and competence that may be
brought to these positions.

This project assisted the Bupati’s office to conduct an open and demonstrably
transparent and competitive process for selecting some of these officials. Following the
positive reception by the local community to these initiatives the process of opening the
recruitment has been replicated through other decrees from the Bupati. The Partnership
has been active in promoting the success of this process in subsequent engagements
with the Bupati.



Establishment and empowerment of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)

This project was a combination between anti corruption and the legal and judicial reform
sector. In preparation for the establishment of the new anti-corruption commission, the
Partnership provided support at both the level of supporting the Government and the
DPR in selecting the members of the commission and also provided support to civil
society organizations.

The active engagement of the Partnership both in support of the official decision-making
processes as well as in supporting the effective engagement of civil society in this
important activity represents an excellent example of a manner of engagement specific
to the Partnership. This has included support in areas, such as the conduct of public
consultations to assist the commission to introduce itself to the public.

These kinds of activities reflect particular strengths of the Partnership, which are
facilitating engagement between different components of the society and providing
strong national ownership over critical and sensitive components of the national reform
agenda. This is to engage with a range of stakeholders in an area of potential or actual
sensitivity – such as potential corruptions by key government officers, that would be
difficult or even inappropriate to be supported directly by international agencies or
donors.




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The National Police and the Panwaslu

This project was a combination between security and police reform, electoral reform, and
the anti corruptions. The Panwaslu – General Election Supervisory Committee, was
provided with significant strategic support from the Partnership Facility. This included
the direct support from Facility staff to assist in a range of areas from strategic planning,
training and oversight mechanisms and systems. This support was provided very soon
after the Panwaslu was established and was a useful factor that contributed to the
capacity of the Panwaslu to play a much more active and effective role in executing its
legal mandate in 2004 compared to what was achieved in 1999.

With the police being an integral component of the Panwaslu, the Partnership provided
Facility related support, including through the development and publication of a manual
to be used by the Police in knowing their tasks and responsibilities with regard to
maintaining law and order during the election periods. This included information on how
to engage with key players in the elections, including candidates and their parties.



Strategic partnerships with large community based groups on anti-corruption

One further area of engagement in which the Partnership has been working is in
developing relationships with key institutions in society. This may often include a focus
on some component/s of the overall Partnership work program, such as anti-corruption.
An example of this kind of engagement is as follows:



The partnerships with Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah on promoting anti-corruption

The need to raise the demand for governance reform should not be restricted to the state
sector. Indeed it should also extend to community organizations with deep roots in
society. For this reason, the Partnership began to engage in an intensive dialogue with
Indonesia’s two largest Islamic organizations with a view to seeking their support in
redressing the problems of corrupt practices.

This process of engagement led to the agreement by these groups to take a higher
profile role in the anti-corruption agenda. This support by these groups, as it develops
into a more programmatic set of initiatives, will represent a critical contribution to the
long-term advance of good and ethical administration in Indonesia.




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Collaboration between the Facility and Trust Fund

One key advantage of the Partnership process is the existence of two interlinked
modalities for implementing the Partnership’s work program, namely the Facility and the
Trust Fund. The Facility Fund provides a capacity for the Partnership to develop new
approaches and ideas to advance the reform agenda by engaging directly with many
partners, from government, civil society and the private sector together with
international partners. Having developed such ideas the Trust Fund can then be
mobilized through supporting grantees willing and able to put these ideas in practice.
The approach permits the development of a more comprehensive and cross-sectors
engagement that brings about successful results. Examples of this approach are as
follows:



Law Summits (Facility) and the Integrated Criminal Justice System in West Sumatera (Trust)

One area of work under the Facility has been in supporting justice sector reform to
develop synergistic reform agenda across key judicial institutions and agencies. One key
strategy has been through the support for the Law Summit process under which all of
Indonesia’s key judicial institutions and agencies come together to review options for
reform with the objective of developing a stronger and more ethical judicial system in
Indonesia.

One of the areas where the participants to the Law Summit process have seen merit in
developing an integrated criminal justice system, both nationally and also at the regional
level. In response, legal figures in West Sumatera, with the support from the Partnership,
developed and implemented a pilot for application in West Sumatera. One early
consequence to the implementation of this project was seen in the successful
investigation, prosecution and conviction of senior local leaders for engaging in corrupt
practices. Such firm and resolute action from the legal system in West Sumatera will assist
rehabilitate the standing and authority of the legal system in the eyes of the public and
also act as a warning to others who may wish to break the law.



2004 Elections: Support to KPU, Panwaslu and the voters

The Partnership, through the Trust Fund, was asked to support the KPU – General
Elections Commission, develop a long-term plan for the incorporation of information
technology into its systems. This included the strengthening of the capacity of the KPU to
present election data to the public. In 1999, the KPU’s international partners managed



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this activity, to a significant extent. In the 2004 legislative elections, the KPU was able to
develop and operate a system designed by its own expert team. The data presented
reflected the far more complex election systems being used and this data was gathered
and distributed at a faster rate than that achieved in 1999. The initial support from the
Partnership was able to play a catalytic role in preparing the KPU to make better use of IT
systems.

Through the Facility Fund, the Partnership had organized regional seminars in three
cities, followed by a national seminar to plan and to design module for voters’ education
including the design for monitoring of the activities. The seminars were attended by
CSOs, representatives of political parties, academicians and KPU or KPUD – Regional
General Elections Committee, representatives. The module was then applied by all
Partnership’s grantees in conducting the voters’ education, funded by Trust Fund.

The Indonesian Small Business Women’s Association (ASSPUK) was a grantee to support
voter education especially for women. One of the activities undertaken by this project
was to introduce in face-to-face debates certain parliamentary candidates before groups
of poor women. The outcome of one of these meetings included the signing by
participating candidates of a “social contract” with the participating voters pledging to
avoid corrupt practices and remain consistent to their election pledges. The
development of these and other “contracts” soon began to mushroom in exchanges
between civil society and legislative candidates. While this may be considered an
unorthodox approach in many societies, it nonetheless reflected a clear recognition by
marginal voters that there was a close link between elections and the longer-term
processes of governance that follow the elections. This represents an important outcome
in terms of the public understanding elections not merely as a three week “festival of
democracy” but rather as an integral component of an effective and functioning
democracy.



Community-policing

One of the newer areas of interest to the Partnership has been in the area of the Police.
The structural separation of the police from the armed forces, which commenced in 1999,
contains many further consequences in terms of the restructuring of the national
policing systems. This includes internal issues, such as training and police doctrine, and
also externally such as the need to develop appropriate relationships with other
institutions of the state and also with the wider community.




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The community-policing concept was developed through numbers of workshops and
seminars, funded by Facility Fund, and tested in number of areas like Nusa Tenggara
Barat, Nusa Tenggara Timur and Sulawesi Selatan, funded by Trust Fund. Since this is a
new concept, it is not easy to reach agreement on a single definition, instead it has been
agreed to list down the elements of community policing such as an approach or a way of
action, a partnership in policy making or a problem solving orientation and many others.
The output of the test areas showed improvement in the relationships between the
police and the community.



Coordinating efforts among Donors

The Partnership, as an Indonesian legal entity, is uniquely placed to provide a special role
in coordinating support in new and/or potentially sensitive areas, where donors’ support
will be potentially seen as intervening Indonesian agenda or as an effort to push donor’s
own agenda. For example when a major reorganization occurred like the separation of
Police from the Army, or when a new important organization was established like
Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), direct donor support would be interpreted as
the initiator of the changes, which is politically sensitive. On the other hand the
Partnership, with its Indonesian management and majority membership in its senior
policy making mechanism, is in much better position to gain trust from the relevant
organization, from the Government as a whole and even from the civil society
organizations.

Examples of where the efforts have been taking place effectively include:



The Police

Within the police organization there are number of sensitive and important issues such
as corruptions and human rights. Despite the importance of the issues, it is very risky for
donors to directly promote the efforts to tackle the issues since the resistance will be very
high. To overcome the problem the Partnership has established a close working
relationship with the police including through the Facility supported the Police Working
Group on the police reform. This forum brings together senior police officers with
Indonesian community groups, private sector, member of parliaments and academics
with an interest in police development, as well as donors. One of the ideas to emerge
from this process was the potential benefit of community policing. This initiative has
been able to attract increased donor interest in terms of potential resources to support
this national police objective.


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From this process too has developed several regional proposals aimed at developing and
ultimately institutionalizing community-policing practices. This is seen as a potentially
good way of strengthening the capacity of law enforcement locally and also as a way of
strengthening the relationships between the law enforcement authorities and the
communities they serve.



Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)

In addition to supporting the Commissioners to undertake immediate institution
establishment activities, the Partnership is also supporting the commission to bring
together the donor community. The objective here is to ensure a coherent program of
support will be established in line with the priorities of the commission. This is
particularly critical at these initial stages following the establishment of the commission
when its capacity to conduct such coordination activities itself is quite limited but at the
same time the public would like to see the commission could immediately engage in the
substance of its work – namely anti-corruption investigation and the follow up.

In addition there is also recognition by donor as participant to this coordination process
that the work of the Corruption Eradication Commission touches closely upon potentially
sensitive interests domestically. For this reason there is a particular need for the
commission’s international partners to be sensitive to demonstrable national ownership
of all processes involving the commission.

While the Partnership will continue to follow a duly endorsed work program, it is well to
note that the area of work in which the Partnership is engaged, namely governance
reform, is a very dynamic area and one in which new opportunities may present
themselves unexpectedly. This means that there may well be critical opportunities in
which the Partnership may be able to advance the overall reform agenda through an
engagement in an activity not specifically referred to in the work program. Should such
an opportunity arise, the project should permit some flexibility to permit the Executive
Director, having sought early advice from the Policy Advisory Committee, to explore the
potential for Partnership engagement. Official endorsement for engaging in such
activities should still be sought from the Executive Committee, and if need be, endorsed
by the meeting of the Partners through the Governing Board process.                     As such
adjustments could then be made to the actual Work Program to reflect the full and
substantive range of activities and priorities of the Partnership.




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1. E.   Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)

As an institution with an interest in supporting initiatives focused on reforming the
institutions of governance, the Partnership has a particular role to play in disseminating
the lessons learnt from the experiences both of its own direct programs as well as of the
programs its supports through its trust funds.

To do so the Partnership will maintain an active learning management capacity. This will
be supported through this project. The Partnership will maintain an active program of
inviting participation from the Executing Agency, UNDP or donors, to review progress
and results of its activities. This will include both in terms of the work of the Facility as
well as through projects supported through the trust funds. The main purpose of these
visits and reviews will be to ensure progress on achieving the objectives of the
Partnership, both in its basic mission as well as more particularly through its work
programs, are being made. For Trust Fund Projects the monitoring will review the
progress of the work plan and to check the real outputs compared to the intended
outputs stated in the relevant proposals.

The monitoring is planned to be conducted between June –September and the results
will form the basis to improve or sharpen the future program, including the design of the
following Annual Work Plan, which is scheduled to be prepared between October-
December. Proposals that are financed by Trust Fund are developed and finalized
between January- May.

The Partnership will engage UNDP and the the executive agency through regular visits
to Partnership project sites. The monitoring and evaluation activities may include
members of the Meeting of Partners, Executive Board, Governing Board, Policy Advisory
Committee especially the Executing Agency, Project Appraisal Committee or other,
including external parties such as Representatives from State Secretary who administer
Foreign Funding. These activities would be focused on strengthening the capacity, and in
demonstrating the effectiveness, of the Partnership in conducting its activities.

In addition the Partnership’s activities will be subject to the standard forms of audit that
are conducted periodically by appropriate audit authorities, including but not restricted
to the State Audit Agency, BPK. Bappenas can review audit reports and provide
analysis/advice on areas of improvements with regard to the achievement of medium
Term National Development Paln and Annual Plan (Government Plan 2005, 2006 and
2007). The first audit of the Partnership by the BPK in late 2003 produced a number of
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the Partnership as well as a need for more institutionalized and regular monitoring of
projects and activities taking place with Partnership support.

During 2004, the Partnership has been active in implementing these recommendations,
the results of which are reflected in recent quarterly reports. In regard to the program of
monitoring Partnership supported activities, there is now in place a much more
aggressive and regular program of direct monitoring and engagement with grantees to
the Partnership.

Specific monitoring of the performance of this project will take place in the middle of
2006. The results of this review, including recommendations, will feed into the project
management processes.

A final review will take place towards the end of the project with a view to identifying
what and what form, if any, of future support may be provided to the Partnership.



1. F. Lessons learnt

Based on the results of monitoring activities and desk review of the projects reports,
there are numbers of lessons learnt, which could be used to improve or strengthen the
future programs. These lessons do not necessarily mean that the project from which the
lessons are withdrawn, are the most successful projects or best practices. On the contrary
the lessons in some cases are taken from problems encountered in some projects. The
lessons are meant to improve or strengthen the future programs or projects, by applying
the good lessons and by avoiding the pitfalls. The good lessons are taken from practices
or approaches applied in numbers of similar projects, which had significantly contributed
to the successful achievement of the intended outputs.



Major lessons learnt at Partnership level

Multi-stakeholders approach is essential to accelerate reform agenda.

Applying multi-stakeholder approach in project development and management provides
the projects with more resources in introducing the initiatives and implementing
activities, as well as more opportunities and guarantees in obtaining supports for project
improvement and replication.




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Local stakeholders are important to maintain initiatives at local level.

Working with local partners helps the projects and the Partnership to have a better
understanding on local conditions and gain more support from local stakeholders in the
development and management of the initiatives. These partners have been useful in
maintaining initiatives at local level, to ensure sustainability of the initiatives, especially
when support from Partnership or other donor agencies has ended.



Combining ‘capacity from within’ and ‘pressure from without’ is effective to accelerate reform.

Promoting comprehensive reform strategies of “capacity from within, pressure from
without”, by strengthening capacity of state institutions and policy makers, and
improving capacity of public to control over policy-making process and policy
implementation, helps the projects to effectively achieve reform objectives.



Major lessons learnt at program level (specific examples from projects)

Anti Corruption

Focusing the project on specific issues on anti corruption allows the project to manage the
initiative in a more effective and efficient way.

Some projects learned that working on specific anti-corruption issues allows them to
conduct more accurate analysis of the issues, and able to manage the project more
effectively and efficiently. The projects have proven that applying this approach enables
them to identify and analyze project stakeholders and beneficiaries more appropriately
(e.g. their interests and capacities), to properly design and manage the project. Working
on the specific issues also allows the project to combine empowerment activities at grass
root level and advocacy activities at policy-maker level.

It is further realized however; working on the specific issues involves specific skills
especially in gaining accurate information on the issues, analyzing findings, and
facilitating dialogues with policy makers.



Civil Service Reform

Civil servant reform is effective as an entry point to implement other civil service reform
agenda.

Some projects learned that reform of civil servant is effective to be used as an entry point
in implementing other agenda of civil service reform. It has been learned that building


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capacity of civil servants, and providing them with guidelines and regulations to apply a
more effective service-oriented management, have been effective to encourage
government institutions to strengthen their roles and functions to develop and
implement other agenda of public service reform. The success of improving capacity of
civil servants in several pilot areas has inspired the local authority to carry out other civil
service reform agenda, among others by promoting transparent and credible policy
making process, and supporting better access to public information.



Decentralization and Regional Autonomy

Revitalization of traditional systems and values should be filtered to comply with generic
good governance principles.

One of the key objectives of the decentralization is to bring the policy and decision
maker closer to the people, the real beneficiaries, so that the policies and the decisions
will be relevant and beneficial to fulfill the needs of local people. Consequently issue of
revitalization of traditional system and values to be integrated into the promotion of
good local governance has been highly relevant. However, some projects working in this
area admitted that many of the traditional systems and values are already irrelevant to
good governance principles, therefore using these values to promote local autonomy
under decentralization scheme in some cases were proven unproductive. Understanding
on the actual local needs, identification of local systems and values relevant and viable to
revive, and negotiation with the key institutions -both traditional and formal, has been
seen by the projects as effective approaches to integrate local systems and values into
the promotion of good governance at village level.



Electoral Reform

Voter education program is effective as an entry point for political reform.

Some projects observed that voter education program have been useful to improve
public awareness on the importance of the democratic election, but also effective as an
entry point for the political reform. Voter education allows the project to facilitate the
citizen to actively participate in the election, and to intensively promote the perspectives
of gender and marginalised groups into the political reform agenda. It also learned,
however, the voter education program would remain unproductive unless adequate
project management and good facilitation skills to stimulate the voters and public to




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discuss issues of politics and democratisation, and encourage the citizen to take part in
the political and governance reform efforts are in place

Legal and Judicial Reform

Internal and external control mechanisms are needed to be implemented simultaneously for
effective judiciary reform.

Projects promoting better mechanism for public in controlling judicial process have
learned that effectiveness of the mechanism could ideally be achieved if the supervision
and control mechanism are comprehensively developed through both externally and
internally. Some projects indicated that public involvement in judiciary process would
remain unproductive unless supports from the relevant state institutions provided. On
the contrary, the improvement of institutional capacity of the law and judicial state
agencies would not be effective without pressures from external control. It has also been
learned, however, that promoting this comprehensive control mechanism requires
sufficient strategies, adequate resources, and skills in facilitation and engaging key
institutions and stakeholders to support the reform.


Security and Police Reform

Recognition of specific and unique socio-cultural conditions and intrinsic territorial
characteristics is essential in designing community policing projects.

What complicates from the implementation of community policing is the fact that
Indonesia is so varied in terms of societal characteristics. This leads to the consideration
that almost each geographic area in Indonesia recognizes its own specific and unique
ways of handling crimes and maintaining order, including the question on how a better
relationship between the local police and the public could be proven. It is learned,
therefore, any supported project in community policing needs to emphasis its facilitation
on the recognition of specific and unique socio-cultural conditions and intrinsic territorial
characteristics.



1. G. Moving- forward

After 4 years in operation, the Executive Board, based on the inputs from the Executive
Office, has reviewed Partnership’s vision, navigational strategy and the rationale to the
number of priority sectors.

The Executive Board has agreed to maintain the Partnership’s original mission statement:
“to promote democratic governance in Indonesia especially for the marginalized people”.



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In gearing towards achieving its mission statement, the Partnership will advocate good
governance in all elements of democracy, and to ascertain the fine balance of power
between the public and private sectors, the judicative, the legislative and the civil society.

From the analysis of the current situation, it is clear that the needs to reform the elements
of democracy are real and important. Despite the proven success of the transparent 2004
election, the civil service, the law and judicial sector, the civil society and even the
legislative sector, should strive harder to ensure the implementation of proper
democratization. Since its inception in year 2000, the focus on decentralization and
regional autonomy has brought significant changes in the region.

However, the process of finding the right - balance of power between national and
regional Government is still unclear; where regulation and activity overlaps, and
hindrance to the development of the region, still exists. To compound matters,
corruption is still widespread throughout the country. Under such circumstances, the
needs of the marginalized people are both very real and urgent, and should never be a
mere statistic in our reports. In other to fight effectively against corruption, a
collaborative effort from all those who are concerned, is a must. The cohesive effort of
multi-stakeholders is a prerequisite. In this context, the role of corporate sectors should
also not be underestimated. They form the other key player in the corruption battle, and
should therefore be part of the reform agenda.

Considering the above, and the fact that during the last 4 years the Partnership has
shown some best practices (see section ID Partnership in action, page 8) and draw
lessons learned (see page 17) from the current priority sectors, the Executive Board has
agreed with the Executive Office to maintain most of the current priority sectors, and to
include corporate sectors in the multi-stakeholders’ priority. To emphasize the
importance of the needs of the marginalized people, including women, ‘marginalized
and gender’ should become the main focus of all priority sectors.

The pictorial representation of the new priority sectors will be as follows:

In the legal and judicial reform sector, focus will be given to follow up the
implementation of the results of the Law Summit III in each key institutions and agencies
and to provide the necessary supports to ensure effective and efficient implementation.

The representation reform sector will promote good governance within the legislative
bodies, at both national and regional levels, and also to promote governance in the
political parties.




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The security and police reform sector will continue the efforts to transform the police
into civilian from military apparatus, in addition to continuing promotion of key
governance principles within the police and step wisely within the army.




The civil service reform will push the formulation of a grand design for reform by cross-
sectoral ministerial team and to follow up the implementation in the key Ministries.

The multi-stakeholder sector will engage with corporate sectors to achieve balance of
power between the state, the market and society, and will also forge partnership with
cultural groups within the society to secure ‘pressures from without’.

The anti corruption sector will focus efforts on strengthening the anti-corruption
institutions and on following up cases in all other priority sectors.

The decentralization and regional autonomy sector will ensure that regional autonomy
will provide real benefits to the local people.

All priority sectors will always put the marginalized people as the primary beneficiary of
the efforts and will also ensure that all initiatives are free from gender bias.




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 II.        Results and resources framework

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 Intended Outcome: enhanced capacity of Indonesian society to govern itself in a more
 accountable, participatory, efficient, transparent, democratic and ethical manner, and to
 facilitate the re-emergence of long term confidence such that socio-economic
 development becomes sustainable.

 Means: This will include supporting the development, provision and monitoring of:
 •     Strategies for parliamentary reforms, legal and judicial reforms, civil service reform,
       electoral      reform,      anti-corruption,         police     and      security       sector     reform      and
       decentralization, developed through Partnership’s Facility;
 •     Institutionalized mechanisms for coordinated policy reform in priority areas;
 •     Support to key governance institutions to undertake reforms and civil society groups
       to voice public aspirations;
 •     Effective       mechanisms          and     tools     for     budgetary         and          oversight     function
       institutionalized.

 Outcome Indicator: The direction of state- and institution building and socio-political
 development remains on target for consolidating a democratic system of governance in
 Indonesia.



 Intended Outputs                   Output Targets                     Indicative Activities                      Inputs
Partnership able to           1. One year upon the approval of   1.1. Mapping of activities undertaken     1.1.1. Provision of
operate with full             the project document, the          by UNDP for the Partnership.              an Operations
operational capacity          Partnership is able to take full                                             Adviser for a 1 year
including human               responsibility for all matters                                               period. Training and
resource management,          relating to human resource                                                   re-training activities
contracting capacity,         management from drafting of                                                  of Operations and
accountability with           ToR, advertising, short-listing,                                             other staff of the
financial, operational and    interview, contracting and                                                   Partnership.
monitoring and                placement all on the basis of
evaluation procedures         comprehensive SOP endorsed by
fully in place and utilized   appropriate internal processes     1.2. Development of detailed
                              (such as the Executive Board and   timetable for transfer of
                              the Partners)                      responsibilities to Partnership.

                                                                 1.3. Training from UNDP and other
                                                                 sources facilitated through UNDP to
                                                                 assist strengthen and institutionalize
                                                                 appropriate rules, regulations,
                                                                 procedures and practices are in place
                                                                 and fully operational and respected.


                              2. One year upon the approval of   2.1. Training from UNDP and other         2.1.1 . Provision of
                              the project document,              sources to assist strengthen and          an Operations
                              Partnership is able to fully       institutionalize appropriate rules,       Adviser for a 1 year
                              manage its internal budgetary      regulations, procedures and practices     period. Training and
                              processes, including drafting      are in place and fully operational and    re-training activities
                              revisions, inputting into ATLAS.   respected.                                of Operations and
                                                                                                           other staff of the
                                                                                                           Partnership.



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                            3. One year upon the approval of      3.1. Mapping of activities undertaken    3.1.1. Provision of
                            the project document, the             by UNDP for the Partnership.             an Operations
                            Partnership is able to take full                                               Adviser for a 1 year
                            responsibility for all matters                                                 period. Training and
                            relating to contracting for goods                                              re-training activities
                            and services from drafting of                                                  of Operations and
                            specifications, advertising of                                                 other staff of the
                            tender/ contracting                                                            Partnership
                            opportunities, short-listing,
                            interview, contracting and
                            deployment all on the basis of        3.2. Development of detailed
                            comprehensive SOP endorsed by         timetable for transfer of
                            appropriate internal processes        responsibilities to Partnership.
                            (such as the Executive Board)
                                                                  3.3. Training from UNDP and other
                                                                  sources to assist strengthen and
                                                                  institutionalize appropriate rules,
                                                                  regulations, procedures and practices
                                                                  are in place and fully operational and
                                                                  respected.


                            4. By the end of 2007 the             4.1. Training from UNDP and other        4.1.1 Executive
                            Partnership will have established     sources to assist strengthen and         Office staffs are fully
                            internal management                   institutionalize appropriate rules,      trained (and able to
                            procedures verified as effective      regulations, procedures and practices    train replacement
                            such that it is able to operate and   are in place and fully operational and   staff as necessary)
                            manage all its needs from             respected.                               on all matters
                            resource mobilization to final                                                 related operational
                            accountability with any potential                                              and financial
                            donor/benefactor                                                               management of the
                                                                                                           Partnership.


Partnership able to         1. Staff of the Partnership able to   1.1 Conclude by the second quarter of    1.1.1. Full Executive
operate with full           develop, implement and report         2005, consultations between              Office support from
programmatic capacity       on a range of initiatives in the      Executive Office and Partners Meeting    advisors, project
including through           areas of priority endorsed in         and Executive Board on initiatives and   officers and
deployment of resources     successive Work programs              programmes lead to endorsement of        operations staff to
in the Facility and Trust   periodically on monthly,              work plan. A similar exercise will be    draft and finalize
Fund                        quarterly and annual basis.           concluded by the end of the 2nd          work plan
                                                                  quarter of 2007 for the subsequent
                                                                  work plan

                                                                  1.2. Facility related initiatives,       1.2.1. Full Executive
                                                                  identifying, screening, overseeing,      Office support from
                                                                  monitoring and evaluating trust fund     advisors, project
                                                                  supported initiatives undertaken         officers, monitoring
                                                                  throughout the period of operation of    and evaluation staff,
                                                                  this project                             finance and admin
                                                                                                           support staff.


                            2. Each year the Partnership will     2.2. Regular consultations including     2.1.and 2.2. Full
                            develop, implement and report         brainstorming sessions involving         Executive Office
                            on at least one major                 Partnership staff and Board and          support from
                            breakthrough initiative that will     Partners to develop and implement        advisors, project
                            assist galvanize sustained            each major new breakthrough              officers in active
                            interest in the ongoing reform        initiative and report back to the        consultation with
                            agenda                                Partners                                 Executive Board,
                                                                                                           Partners and other
                                                                  2.2. Publications and disseminations     partners
                                                                  of reports on breakthrough initiatives
                                                                  to all of the stakeholders.




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III.   Management arrangements

The Partnership has been established as an Indonesian legal entity in the form of a not-
for-profit civil-law partnership. The management processes for this project reflect both
the legal status of the Partnership and also accord with the modality for UNDP
programming known as National Execution.



III. A. Executing Agency

The Executing Agency of the project will be the Directorate of Functionaries (Direktorat
Aparat Negara) within the National Development Planning Agency, Bappenas.

The Executing Agency will be engaged with the Partnership at a number of levels, both in
terms of ensuring compliance with project management requirement under national
execution as well as an active engagement in the policy consideration activities of the
Partnership and Bappenas participation in the Partnership’s Policy Advisory Committee..
An outline of the governing structures of the Partnership is detailed in section IIIC below.

The Executing Agency will also be active in the process of monitoring and evaluating the
activities and projects being implemented through the work of the Partnership. This
programme of monitoring will include activities organized directly through the Facility
and/or through the Trust Fund. Relevant costs associated with these monitoring activities
will be covered through appropriate allocations through this project.

To support the work of the Executing Agency, the project will recruit one project officer,
who will be located in Office of the Executing Agency. This person will provide the day-
to-day linkages and liaison between the Partnership and the Executing Agency.
Miscellaneous costs associated with the maintenance of this position will also be
supported through the project. A copy of the Terms of Reference for this position is
shown in the Attachment B. The Executing Agency will enjoy full access to Partnership
records covering activities supported through this project.

The Executing Agency will convene an annual meeting to be chaired by the Executing
Agency together with the implementing agency and UNDP in which progress and issues
and challenges confronting the implementation of the project can be discussed. By
mutual agreement among the three core participants to this meeting other
parties/agencies may be included in these meetings. More frequent meetings of this
tripartite forum may be conducted by mutual agreement of a majority of its participants.

The Executing Agency will receive quarterly reports from the Implementing Agency on
programme implementation and resource utilization including achievements and



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challenges. The Executing Agency will also receive a funding request covering the
Implementing Agency’s proposed requirements for the forthcoming 6 months priority.
Once agreed the Executing Agency will endorse this proposal for a quarterly advance
after which time the Implementing Agency will submit it to UNDP for further processing
with a copy to the Executing Agency for records.



III. B.   Implementing Agency

The Implementing Agency for this project will be the Partnership for Governance Reform
in Indonesia. It will be responsible for preparing and reporting on quarterly advances that
it receives directly from UNDP, through delegation from the Executing Agency. The
reporting format and documentation to be used will be the standard forms as contained
in the UNDP Programming Manual and NEX rules. Copies of these documents are
attached as Attachment F. The Executing Agency will continue to be the ultimate body
accountable to UNDP on funds disbursed through the project. In turn, the Implementing
Agency will be accountable to the Executing Agency for the use of these funds.
Guidelines and standard operating procedures to be applied, in matters relating to
budgeting and other programme management issues will be endorsed by the Executive
Board following consultation with key partners to the Partnership.

The Implementing Agency, through its Executive Office, will keep the Executing Agency
fully informed of developments in regards to the financial situation of the Partnership
and also in regards to the status of implementation of its work programme to be
supported by this project including for the activities of Partnership grantees supported
by the Trust Fund.

As the Implementing Agency, the Partnership will be responsible for overseeing an array
of initiatives and activities that are focused on achieving its work program. Activities to
be supported directly by the Partnership will be sourced essentially from the Facility
resources from this project. The work of grantees to the Partnership will be funded
through the Trust Funds associated with this project.

Since its establishment, the Partnership has been able to make use of trust funds to
support it achieve its work programme. These trust funds consist of one general trust
fund plus two separate but linked single donor trust funds, each of which are established
and managed as UNDP Trust Funds.

Details on management of the project appraisals process are outlined in section IIIE of
this document on the Project Appraisal Committee. The total value of resources
mobilized (received and or committed for future disbursement) for these trust funds has


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reached USD 32.8 million with total expenditure reaching USD 17.6 million at the end of
September 2004 (please refer to table Donors Fund Status Summary).




The Implementing Agency will submit quarterly reports to the Executing Agency on
programme implementation and resource utilization including achievements and
challenges. The Implementing Agency will also submit a funding request covering its
proposed requirements for the forthcoming quarter. This latter will take the form of a
request for quarterly advance to UNDP from the Implementing Agency. Once the
Executing Agency has endorsed this request, the Implementing Agency will submit it to
UNDP for further processing with a copy to the Executing Agency for records.

The Implementing Agency will also produce a substantive and financial for the wider
Partnership community including partners, grantees, donors and the wider public. These
reports will be placed on the Partnership website to ensure maximum transparency and
access.




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III. C.   Partnership structures

The following summarizes the key management and operational structures within the
Partnership. More details regarding these arrangements can be found in the legal Article
of Association of the Partnership. A copy of the Articles of Association is attached at
Attachment E.



III. C1. Meeting of the Partners

The Meeting of the Partners (Rapat Teman Mitra) is the highest decision making body
within the Partnership. Its membership consists of those individuals who are signatories
to the Articles of Association of the Partnership. It will, among other things, make the final
decision on any amendments to the Articles of Association. It will also make any final
decision regarding matters relating to mergers or dissolution of the Partnership. The
Meeting of the Partners will also ratify the composition of the Executive Board.

The Meeting of the Partners may also establish such other bodies and ad hoc committees
to assist it undertake its activities in support of the Partnership. One such body to be used
by the Meeting of the Partners will be a Governing Board. Such a Governing Board will
comprise all members of the Meeting of the Partners together with other people invited
by the Meeting of the Partners to participate as members of the Governing Board. These
people may include, but not be restricted to, representatives of the Indonesian
Government as well as representatives of international partners to the Partnership.

At its April 2004 meeting, the Meeting of the Partners agreed to endorse as a matter of
course decisions taken by a duly convened meeting of the Governing Board.

Meetings of the Partners are expected to take place more frequently than those of the
Governing Board. The latter are expected to take place approximately 2 to 3 times a year,
mostly on strategy and direction of the Partnership, and to discuss development and
progress in implementation of the work program and support for resource mobilization.

The Meeting of Partners will:
•    Make decisions regarding amendments to the Articles of Association;
•    Determine general policies of the Partnership (based upon the Articles of
     Association);
•    Elect and dismiss Chair and Vice-Chair of the Partnership (Meeting of Partners) and
     determine their term of office;
•    Appoint and dismiss members of the Executive Board;




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•   Appoint and dismiss the Chair and Secretary of the Executive Board on the basis of
    recommendation of the Executive Board;
•   Ratify annual work program and budget upon recommendation of Executive Board;
•   Appoint and dismiss auditors of the Partnership upon recommendation of Executive
    Board;
•   Selection and dismissal of new partners;
•   Approve extensions to the term of office of the Executive Director upon the request
    of the Executive Board;
•   Make decisions regarding merger or liquidation of the Partnership.



III. C2. Executive Board

The Executive Board of the Partnership is responsible for the:
1. Management of the Partnership and may represent it both inside and outside the
    courts of law;
2. Ensuring that the affairs and assets of the Partnership are managed properly;
3. Determination of policy, rules, regulations and by-laws of the Partnership, including
    procedures for recruitment of staff, budget and other financial management
    providing these are in accord with the provisions of the Articles of Association;
4. Appointment and or dismissal of the auditors of the Partnership;
5. Approval of the work program and draft annual budget of the Partnership;
6. Submission of progress reports to the Governing Board;
7. Approval/recruitment/dismissal of the Executive Director;
8. Constitute and or dissolve committees, working groups and other supporting units
    considered necessary to implement Partnership activities and attain the aims and
    objectives of the Partnership.

Members of the Executive Board may not serve as either Executive Director or a member
of the Executive Office.



III. C3. Executive Director, including Executive Office

The Executive Director will be responsible to the Executive Board and will:
1. Service the needs of the Executive Board in terms of meeting preparations and the
    recording and distribution of minutes;
2. Oversee the recruitment/placement and/or dismissal of members of staff including
    advisers to the Executive Office;



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3. Implement the Partnership’s Work Programme as endorsed by the Executive Board
      and on the basis of the approved budget.

To make easier understanding about the institutional relationships between the
Partnership as an Implementing Agency, Bappenas as Executing Agency and UNDP as
the representative of the donors, please find below summary of Management Roles and
Responsibility



Summary of Management Roles and Accountability

 No          Activities           Implementing Agency                  Executing Agency                    UNDP

 1.     Policy formulation      The Executive Office             As a member of the Governing     As a member of the
        -Work Plan              prepares AWPB to be              Board, approves AWPB.            Governing Board,
                                endorsed by Executive                                             approves AWPB.
                                Board.

        -Policy Changes         Executive Director raises        As a member of the Policy        As a member of the
                                issues and activities, which     Advisory Committee, provides     Policy Advisory
                                requires policy changes or       advise to the Executive          Committee, provides
                                advise.                          Director.                        advise to the
                                                                                                  Executive Director.


 2.     Fund raising            Prepare detailed proposals.      --                               Facilitate in multi-
                                                                                                  lateral donor
                                                                                                  communications.

        Funds Commitment        Sign agreements with             --                               Sign agreements with
                                bilateral donors.                                                 multi- lateral donors.

                                Provides update on budget        Approves the updated             Endorses updated
                                status report to multi-          budget status report.            budget and progress
                                lateral donors.                                                   reports to multi-lateral
                                                                                                  donors.


 3.     Receipt of funds        & receive quarterly facility     Endorses requests for            Approves & disburses
                                fund advances for activity       quarterly advances.              quarterly advances.
                                implementation.

                                Concurrently provides
                                update report on status of
                                previous settled or on-
                                going advances.


 4.     Disbursement of         Payment of facility              --                               --
        funds                   activities, in line with AWPB.

                                Requests for payment of          --                               Transfers funds
                                Trust Fund activities.                                            directly to grantees for
                                                                                                  activity
                                                                                                  implementations.


 5.     Review & Approve        Reviews and presents             --                               As a member of the
        Proposal                proposals to Proposal                                             Proposal Approval
                                Approval Committee.                                               Committee, reviews
                                                                                                  and approves
                                                                                                  proposals.


 6.     Reporting               Provides daily update on         Project Officer to ensure that   --
                                activities.                      the updated activities are
                                                                 being distributed to the
                                                                 relevant authorities.



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                            Prepare progress and            --                                 --
                            financial reports on
                            quarterly and annual basis.

 7.      Monitoring &       Review grantee’s quarterly      --                                 --
         Evaluation         progress reports

                            Project site supervision to     Participates in M&E                Participates in M&E
                            ensure that activities are in   supervision visits if necessary.   supervision visits if
                            compliance with the work                                           necessary.
                            plan.


                            Coordinate evaluation           Participates as part of the        Participates as part of
                            exercises by external           external evaluators.               the external
                            evaluators                                                         evaluators.

                            Audited by the State Audit      Reviews audit reports and          Reviews audit reports
                            Agency or Independent           provide analysis/advise on         and provides
                            Auditors.                       areas of improvements.             analysis/advise on
                                                                                               areas of
                                                                                               improvements.




III. D. Policy Advisory Committee

To enhance ongoing programmatic collaboration and cooperation, a Policy Advisory
Committee will be maintained and will be chaired by the Executive Director.                                            The
Committee will also include a representative of the Executing Agency, the Executive
Board of the Partnership, UNDP, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank together
with, as agreed between these groups, representatives from other stakeholders who will
be invited to particular meetings. The Policy Advisory Committee will:
1. Provide support to the Executive Director in the development of the overall strategic
      framework of the Partnership to be presented to the Executive Board for discussion
      and approval;
2. Provide advice on the implementation of the overall strategy to the Executive
      Director including work programme and budgets;
3. Provide guidance to the Chair of the Executive Board and the Executive Director in
      the preparation of the agenda and documentation for Executive and Governing
      Board Meetings;
4. Provide an informal ex-post review on a quarterly basis of the projects approved by
      the Project Appraisal Committee of the Partnership;
5. Provide a venue for liaising with bilateral donors regarding the work of the
      Partnership;
6. Provide any other support, as required, to the Chair of the Executive Board and the
      Executive Director.




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Minutes of all meetings will be recorded by a Secretary to the Policy Advisory Committee,
appointed from the staff of the Executive Office by the Chair of the Policy Advisory
Committee (please refer to diagram III. G. about summary of management arrangements
of the Partnership). The minutes will include any dissenting opinion expressed by a
member of the Policy Advisory Committee. Minutes, once approved by the Chair, will be
circulated to all Members of the Governing Board and be made available to the wider
public through the Partnership’s website.

Invitations and agenda will be issued in advance of each meeting by the Executive
Director of the Partnership, attaching any documents that need to be reviewed by the
membership of the Policy Advisory Committee. Standard items on the agenda will
include approval of the minutes of the previous meeting and matters arising from these
minutes.



Frequency of Meetings

The Policy Advisory Committee will meet at least once a month. Additionally, any
member of the Policy Advisory Committee can request ad hoc meetings.

In between meetings of the Policy Advisory Committee, members will interact and
exchange views on an ad hoc basis with Executive and Governing Board Members on
subjects relating to the Committee’s functions.



Meeting Quorum

The quorum for meetings and recommendations of the Policy Advisory Committee will
be a minimum of meetings involving the Chair, or a duly authorised deputy, plus at least
2 other members.



III. E.   Project Appraisal Committee

To support the Partnership select potential grantees to support the aims and objectives
of its Work Programme, a Project Appraisal Committee will be established.



The primary functions of the Project Appraisal Committee (PAC) are as follows:

1. On receipt of proposals initially approved by the Partnership Programme Unit, to
     review the proposals in terms of unity with the overall Partnership strategy and



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   related work programme; justification and clarity of objectives; feasibility of
   implementation of activities; and rationale for the specified budget;
2. To establish a consensus on the approval of the proposal among the permanent
   members of the PAC;
3. On the basis of consensus, to summaries its decision together with a statement on
   the key issues arising in the discussion on the proposal and a justification on the
   approval;
4. To conduct regular self-assessment on the projects being approved by the PAC.



Composition and Size

The PAC is chaired by the Senior Programme Manager of the Partnership and consists of
several other permanent members including the Director of Administration, Senior
Communications and Knowledge Manager and a representative from UNDP. The latter
member will ensure regular reporting to his/her respective agency on projects approved
through the Committee. The relevant Programme Advisor and/or Programme Officer
would be invited to introduce the proposal and to answer any questions raised by the
members. The Finance Manager will participate in an ex-officio capacity and advise the
PAC on matters relating to budgetary issues relating to the proposed project.

When projects are valued at over Rp 3 billion or are considered by the PAC to be
complicated and/or sensitive, and/or if the proponents of the proposal could be seen as
having a special relationship to any stakeholder of the Partnership such as could give rise
potentially to concerns about the ethical integrity of the appraisal process, the Chair of
the PAC on the basis of consultation with PAC members will be responsible for inviting
additional external reviewers to the PAC to provide both expert advice and demonstrable
integrity in the appraisal process. This may include Board Members, representatives of
bilateral and multilateral donors or aid agencies, and others.



Frequency of Meetings

The frequency of the meetings will be as deemed necessary based on the number of
project proposals awaiting approval. The Senior Programme Manager, in consultation
with the Executive Director, will establish the specific date and times of the meetings.




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Meeting Quorum

The quorum for meetings and decisions of the Project Appraisal Committee will be a
simple majority of members of the Committee, including the Chair and in his/her
absence, a duly authorised deputy. Insofar as possible decisions will be made by
consensus following detailed discussion of the issues concerned.



Honorarium

External experts invited to attend meetings of the PAC are entitled to an honorarium of
Rp. 500,000 per meeting. Such honoraria will not be extended to experts attending from
national or international official aid or donor agencies. National experts with
organizations that receive Partnership Facility of Trust Fund funding should be excluded.
If not, they should not receive honorarium.



III. F.   UNDP support arrangements

In addition to participation in the Governing Board, Policy Advisory Committee, Project
Appraisal Committee and operating as manager of the Trust Fund, UNDP will also
undertake a number of project implementation activities for the Partnership and for the
donors of the Trust Fund. This will include a number of activities, which will be
undertaken by UNDP on a long- term basis, namely:
•    Financial reporting;
•    Substantive reporting;
•    Conduct annual internal audit;
•    Quarterly advances, and
•    Donor agreements, updates and follow-ups.

In addition UNDP will provide, on the basis of cost-recovery, the following support to the
Partnership:
•    PP19 Clearance;
•    Clearance of international advisers/consultants;
•    Visa and travel arrangements;
•    Direct payments;
•    Human Resources and Recruitment;
•    Medical evacuation;




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•   IT Services; and
•   Manage, recruit and deploy external auditors.

Details of these activities are attached as Attachment C to this document.

UNDP in discussion with the Partnership and the Executing Agency will also implement a
programme under which the Partnership will develop the necessary capacity to
undertake these activities internally. This will represent a staged process at the end of
which the Partnership will be fully able to conduct each of these activities to a high and
demonstrably competent level of ability.

Within the first year of this project being signed into effect, UNDP and the Partnership
will work together to raise the capacity of the Partnership to be fully capable of
managing all aspects of national staff and consultant recruitment. This will entail the
development and endorsement before the end of 2005 of fully effective internal
regulations and standard operating procedures to enable the Partnership to undertake these
activities. In the following year UNDP will maintain an active programme of monitoring
and evaluation of progress and offer recommendations should there remain any
deficiencies in these processes within the Partnership.

Within 18 months of this project being signed into effect, UNDP and the Partnership will
work together to raise the capacity of the Partnership to be fully capable of managing all
aspects of contracting for the procurement of necessary goods and services. This will
entail the development and endorsement before the end of 2005 of fully effective
internal regulations and standard operating procedures to enable the Partnership to
undertake these activities. In the following year UNDP will maintain an active programme
of monitoring and evaluation of progress and offer recommendations should there
remain any deficiencies in these processes within the Partnership.

UNDP will also support the conduct of monitoring and evaluation of Partnership projects.
These activities will take place at least once a semester. The findings of these activities
will be provided to the Executive Agency, the Partnership (Partners and Governing
Board) and other stakeholders as part of efforts to strengthen the capacity of the
Partnership to develop and deliver effective projects and initiatives.




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III. G. Summary of management arrangements of Partnership

The following chart provides a brief summary of the key relationships established within
the Partnership and between the Partnership and this project.




            Meeting of
             Partners


                                            Governing           Consists of Partners,
                                             Board              Ministers,
                                                                Ambassadors and
                                                                other noted
            Executive                                           Indonesians
             Board




            Executive
             Director
                                              Policy            Chaired by Executive
                                             Advisory           Director and includes
                                            Committee           Exec Board,
                                                                Bappenas, UNDP,
            Executive                                           WB and ADB
             Office
                                              Project           Includes Senior
                                             Appraisal          Management of
                                            Committee           Executive Office and
                                                                UNDP plus, as
                                                                needed, other ad hoc
                                                                members
                                            Monitoring
                                                                Includes Bappenas,
                                               and
                                                                UNDP and other ad
                                            evaluation
                                                                hoc participants
                                            activities




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IV.    Proposed Budget




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IV          Proposed Budget (Cont)




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Attachment A: List of Partnership proposals supported through the Trust Fund,
including the EC and Swedish supported Trust Funds.

  Partnership   Name of proposal                                        Partner             Project value
     area of
    interest
   Anti-KKN     Special Tempo Supplement on                  Yayasan AKSARA -                 60,546,050
                Corruption                                   (cso)

   Anti-KKN     Combating Corruption by Addressing Its       PSPK: Pusat Studi               573,030,000
                Cultural Bases (Anti-Corruption              Pengembangan Kawasan
   Anti-KKN     Proposal for Funding 9th Asia Pacific        Yayasan Bina Swadaya -         176,814,000
                Fund-raising Workshop                        (cso)

   Anti-KKN      PANTAU Magazine on Media and                ISAI: Institut Studi Arus       750,000,000
                Journalism                                   Informasi (Institute for the
                                                             Studies on Free Flow of
                                                             Information) - (cso)
   Anti-KKN      Combating Corruption, Collusion and          FSP BUMN (2001) -              207,000,000
                Nepotism in state Owned Companies /          (cso)
                Seminar Memberantas Korupsi, Kolusi
                dan Nepotisme di Badan Usaha Milik
                Negara RI
   Anti-KKN     Formation of Association For NGO's and LP3ES: Lembaga               2,746,820,000
                Formulation of the NGO Code of         Penelitian, Pendidikan dan
                Conducts                               Penerangan Ekonomi dan
                                                       Sosial (Institute for Social
                                                       and Economic Research,
                                                       Education & Information) -
                                                       (cso)
   Anti-KKN     Encouraging Public To Fight Against    LBH-P2i: Lembaga              673,099,000
                Corruption: Follow Up The "Corruption Bantuan Hukum
                And The Poor" Project In Makassar      Pemberdayaan Perempuan
                                                       Indonesia (Legal Aid
                                                       Society for The
                                                       Empowerment of
                                                       Indonesian Women) -
                                                       (cso)

   Anti-KKN      Campaign Against Journalists Taking          AJI: Aliansi Jurnalis          694,007,080
                Bribes (Envelopes) - Through                 Independen - Indonesia -
                Establishment and Empowering of Civic        (cso)
                Network / Kampanye Anti Korupsi
                (Amplop) pada Kalangan Jurnalis melalui
                Pembentukan dan Penguatan Jaringan
                Kelompok Masyarakat Sipil
   Anti-KKN     Transparency and Accountability in the       Transparency International 2,792,475,000
                Management and Use of The Land and           Indonesia - (cso)
                Building Tax (PBB) over 18 months




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 Partnership   Name of proposal                                         Partner          Project value
    area of
   interest
  Anti-KKN     The Management and Execution Phase Forum Rektor Indonesia -                393,016,400
               of 6 (six) Regional Anti-KKN Workshop Yayasan Pengembangan
                                                     SDM - (cso)
  Anti-KKN     Anti-Corruption Campaign Through The          Kantor Berita Radio 68H / 735,112,000
               Local Radio Network Of Kantor Berita          Radio News Agency 68H -
               Radio 68H                                     (cso)

  Anti-KKN     Popular Education on Anti Corruption and Lembaga Gemawan                   745,275,000
               Policy Advocacy Toward Good              (Lembaga Pengembangan
               Governance in West Kalimantan            Masyarakat Swandiri) -
                                                        (cso)
  Anti-KKN     Facilitating Public Participation in the      ICW: Indonesian              615,878,000
               Process of Discussion of the Anti             Corruption Watch (Komisi
               Corruption Commission Draft Law               Masyarakat Untuk
                                                             Penyelidikan Korupsi) -
                                                             (cso)
  Anti-KKN     Encouraging Public to Fight against           IDEA: Institute Of           756,506,500
               Corruption: Follow up of the "Corruption      Development and
               and the poor"                                 Economic Analysis - (cso)
  Anti-KKN     Civil Society Assessment: Implementing        YAPPIKA: Yayasan            1,426,402,104
               the Index on Civil Society                    Penguatan Partisipasi,
                                                             Inisiatif dan Kemitraan
                                                             Masyarakat Indonesia -
                                                             (cso)
  Anti-KKN     One episode of "Seketip dua ketip" on         TVRI: Televisi Republik      62,100,000
               TVRI as a Pilot project                       Indonesia - (cso)
  Anti-KKN     Developing an Anti-Corruption                 SAMAK: Solidaritas         546,842,000
               Movement to change Policy in Nanggroe         Masyarakat Anti-Korupsi -
               Aceh Darussalam                               (cso)
  Anti-KKN     Anti Corruption Movement Based on             P3M: Perhimpunan          2,119,000,000
               Pesantren                                     Pengembangan Pesantren
                                                             dan Masyarakat - (cso)

  Anti-KKN     Kongres Masyarakat Anti Korupsi se-           Komite Anti Korupsi          131,535,000
               Indonesia, Tema: "Memerangi Korupsi           (KoAK) Lampung &
               Politik dan Politik Korupsi"                  Gerakan Rakyat Anti
                                                             Korupsi (GeRAK)
                                                             Indonesia - (cso)
  Anti-KKN     Strengthening Civil Society, Local            ICS : Institute for Civil   1,415,862,400
               Governance and Local Parliament in            Strengthening (Lembaga
               Eradicating Corruption in the                 Penguatan Masyarakat
               Implementation of Special Autonomy of         Sipil) - (cso)
               Papua




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  Partnership   Name of proposal                                         Partner        Project value
     area of
    interest
   Anti-KKN     Sthrengthening the Public's Role in           SoRAK Aceh (Solidaritas    540,866,000
                Advocating Good Local Financial               Gerakan Anti Korupsi) -
                Management in Nanggroe Aceh                   (cso)
                Darussalam
   Anti-KKN     Developing transparency & public          LBH Surabaya - (cso)           985,987,500
                accountability of local government with
                active participation from local community
                in East Java
   Anti-KKN     Establishing Anti Corruption Movement         Univ. Muhammadiyah,       1,520,966,000
                through Formal and Informal Religious         Yogyakarta - LP3UMY:
                Education                                     Lembaga Penelitian dan
                                                              Pengembangan Pendidikan -
                                                              (university / research)
   Anti-KKN     Developing Integrity Island In State          FSP BUMN (2003-2004) - 1,045,950,000
                Owned Enterprise                              (cso)

   Anti-KKN     Citizen Monitoring on Campaign Finance ICW: Indonesian          2,561,600,000
                                                       Corruption Watch (Komisi
                                                       Masyarakat Untuk
                                                       Penyelidikan Korupsi) -
                                                       (cso)
   Anti-KKN     Strengthening Commitment and Action           AMAN (2003): Aliansi       326,800,000
                Plan of Indigenous Peoples in Fighting        Masyarakat Adat
                Corruption                                    Nusantara - (cso)
   Anti-KKN     Promoting Transparency in the 2004            Fitra Jakarta: Forum      1,123,342,500
                General Election Budget Management            Indonesia untuk
                                                              Transparansi Anggaran -
                                                              (cso)
   Anti-KKN     Institutionalizing Public Participation to    LBH-P2i: Lembaga           824,147,000
                Fight Against Corruption: Follow Up of        Bantuan Hukum
                the 'Corruption and the Poor' Project in      Pemberdayaan Perempuan
   Anti-KKN     Monitoring and Investigation of Goods         IPW: Indonesia             798,525,000
                and Services Procurement for 2004             Procurement Watch -
                Election                                      (cso)




   Anti-KKN     Implementation of Local Integrity System Transparency International 2,613,595,000
                in the Administration of Land and        Indonesia - (cso)
                Building Tax (PBB) and Public
                Procurement




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 Partnership        Name of proposal                                       Partner            Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation/    Regional Consultations on Fiscal       MOHA-RA: Ministry of    650,655,000
   Regional         Autonomy, Decentralisation, and Reform Home Affairs, Regional
  Autonomy          of Regional Government Finance         Autonomy / Departemen
                                                           Dalam Negeri dan Otonomi
                                                           Daerah - (Government
                                                           Institution)
Decentralisation Support for participatory formulation of       Yayasan Wanuata Waya,          564,572,500
  / Regional     district regulation of village level           Manado - (cso)
  Autonomy       decentralization in Minahasa district,
                 North Sulawesi through integrating the
                 local systems and wisdoms with positive
                 laws
Decentralisation Facilitation for Regional Policy               STIE La Tansa Mashiro -        656,492,000
  / Regional     Formulation on Village Decentralization        LPPM: Lembaga
  Autonomy       by Integrating Living Traditions of            Penelitian dan Pengabdian
                 "Kaolotan" to Formal Village System and        Masyarakat, Lebak
                 Structure in Banten                            Propinsi Banten -
                                                                (University / Research)
Decentralisation Towards Participatory Policy Making            LSPB: Yayasan Lembaga          690,070,000
  / Regional     Process & Building Accountable                 Strategis Pembangunan
  Autonomy       Provincial Administration in the Province      Banten (Strategic
                 of Banten : A Model for Multi-                 Institution for Development
                 Stakeholders Engagement in Institutional       in Banten) - (cso)
                 & Fiscal Arrangement

Decentralisation Rural Education Program for Improving          FIELD Foundation (Farmer 1,405,050,000
  / Regional     Civil Society (Rural EPICS)                    Initiatives For Ecological
  Autonomy                                                      Livelihoods and
                                                                Democracy) - (cso)
Decentralisation Facilitating Public Participation and          LSPB: Yayasan Lembaga          658,325,000
  / Regional     Assisting the Transitional Administration      Strategis Pembangunan
  Autonomy       in the Process of Attaining Legitimate &       Banten (Strategic
                 Popular Definitive Administration in the       Institution for Development
                 New Province of Banten                         in Banten) - (cso)
Decentralisation Policy Formulation of Regency and              PUSKAMA : Pusat Studi   700,725,000
  / Regional     Municipality of Bekasi in the framework        Kebijakan Publik dan
  Autonomy       of the Implementation of Fiscal                Pemberdayaan Masyarakat
                 Decentralization" / Perumusan Kebijakan        (cso)
                 Daerah kota Dan Kabupaten Bekasi
                 dalam Rangka Implementasi
Decentralisation Performance Indicator Formulation and          Univ. Ahmad Dahlan -           587,950,000
  / Regional     Local Government Performance                   Fakultas Ekonomi & BPK
  Autonomy       Measurement                                    Unit III, Yogyakarta -
                                                                (University / Research)




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 Partnership Name of proposal                                              Partner         Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation Research For Corporate Governance              IICG : The Indonesian       381,916,000
  / Regional     Perception Index (CGPI) 2002                   Institute for Corporate
  Autonomy                                                      Governance - (cso)
Decentralisation   "Pengembangan Model Keterjaminan             CRESCENT: Center for        705,450,000
  / Regional       Sosial dalam upaya pengentasan               Regional Resource
  Autonomy         kemiskinan di Era Otonomi Daerah"/           Development and
Decentralisation   Dissemination of and Coaching for the        Pusat Studi Akuntansi      1,868,698,000
  / Regional       Adaption of Accrual - Based Financial        Sektor Publik (PSASP) -
  Autonomy         Statements in Nine Regions (BUILD's          UGM - Pusat
                   working area)                                Pengembangan Akuntasi -
                                                                (University / Research)
Decentralisation Enhancement of Regional Authority in           Dirjen Perimbangan         1,576,835,600
  / Regional     Taxing Power towards Improvement of            Keuangan Pusat dan
  Autonomy       Accountability, Efficiency and                 Daerah (Directorat of
                 Effectiveness of the Implementation of         Regional Revenue),
                 Regional Autonomy / Perluasan                  Departemen Keuangan -
                 Kewenangan Daerah dalam Perpajakan             (Government
                 untuk Meningkatkan Akuntabilitas,              Institution)
                 Efisiensi dan Efektifitas Pelaksanaan
                 Otonomi Daerah
Decentralisation Accelerating the Implementation of         Departemen Kelautan Dan 1,277,872,400
  / Regional     Decentralization of Fishery and Marine     Perikanan - Direktorat
  Autonomy       Resource Management / Penataan dan         Jenderal Peningkatan
                 Penyerasian Kelembagaan Kerjasama          Kapasitas Kelembagaan
                 Pengelolaan Sumber Daya Kelautan dan       Dan Pemerintahan -
                 Perikanan Teluk Tomini                     Direktorat Kelembagaan
                                                            Pemerintah -
Decentralisation Facilitation for the Establishment and     PSHK - ODA : Pusat Studi 878,200,500
  / Regional     Functioning of the Arbitration Body as     Hukum dan Kebijakan
  Autonomy       Alternative Mechanism for Inter-Regional Otonomi Daerah, Jambi -
                 Relations and Conflict Resolution in Jambi (cso)
                 / Fasilitasi Pembentukan dan
                 Fungsionalisasi Panel Arbitrase Sengketa
                 Otonomi Daerah (PASOD) antar
                 Kabupaten dan Kota Provinsi Jambi
Decentralisation Reform of Provincial Education and             BANDIKLAT KALTIM:           987,724,600
  / Regional     Training of East Kalimantan in                 Badan Pendidikan Dan
  Autonomy       Performing Human Resource                      Pelatihan Propinsi
                 Development for Government Apparatus           Kalimantan Timur (2002 -
                 and Development Facilitators in                2003) - (Government
                 Congruent to the Implementation of             Institution)
                 Decentralization and Good Governance)




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 Partnership       Name of proposal                                        Partner           Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation   Support for Preparation of Accrual-          Univ. Gajah Mada - Center 201,365,000
  / Regional       Based Financial Reporting in Yogyakarta      for Accounting
  Autonomy         / Mendukung Persiapan Laporan                Development (Pusat
                   Keuangan Berbasis Akrual di Yogyakarta       Pengembangan Akuntansi) -
                                                                (University/Research)

Decentralisation Public Capacity Improvement toward             Yayasan Betang Borneo -       468,804,000
  / Regional     Transparency and Civic Partisipation           (cso)
  Autonomy       Development in the Natural Resources
                 and Environment Management /
                 Perbaikan Kapasitas Publik untuk
                 Mengembangkan Transparansi dan
                 Partisipasi Sipil dalam Pengelolaan
                 Sumber Daya Alam dan Lingkungan
Decentralisation Support for the Formulation of Design          IRE: Insitute for Research    399,304,500
  / Regional     and Format for Special Status of               and Empowerment,
  Autonomy       Jogyakarta in the Context of                   Yogyakarta - (cso)
                 Decentralization and Democracy
Decentralisation Multi Stakeholders Public Consultation for     Yayasan KEHATI:              3,986,340,000
  / Regional     Reforming Legislation Regarding Natural        Keanekaragaman Hayati
  Autonomy       Resource Management                            Indonesia - POKJA
                                                                PAPSDA - (cso)

Decentralisation Analysis of Revenue Sharing Proportion         Direktorat Dana              1,655,729,700
  / Regional     for the Regions and its Regulatory             Perimbangan - Dirjen
  Autonomy       Framework to Enhance the                       Perimbangan Keuangan
                 Implementation of Regional Autonomy            Pusat dan Daerah - Dept.
                                                                Keuangan RI -
                                                                (Government
                                                                Institution)
Decentralisation Toward Good Local Governance in      Pemda Kabupaten                        1,759,771,600
  / Regional     Kabupaten Kebumen: A Model for Local KEBUMEN - (Local
  Autonomy       Government Reform                    Government
                                                      Associations)
Decentralisation Supporting Forest Policy Reform through WALHI Nasional             1,611,237,600
  / Regional     Multistakeholder Partnership            (Indonesia Forum for
  Autonomy                                               Environment/Friends of the
                                                         Earth Indonesia) - (cso)
Decentralisation Need Assessment on Mainstreaming of            Deputi Meneg PPKTI            493,640,800
  / Regional     Governance Reform and Public Service           Bidang Investasi dan
  Autonomy       in Eastern Indonesia In Decentralization       Pembiayaan, Kementrian
                 and Regional Era                               PPKTI - (Government
                                                                Institution)




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 Partnership       Name of proposal                                        Partner         Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation   Mainstreaming of Good governance             M3B: Majelis Musyawarah 1,078,128,000
  / Regional       principles and strengthening                 Masyarakat Banten - (cso)
  Autonomy         multistakeholders forum in the
                   improvement of public services and
                   enhancement of poverty reduction
                   program in Banten
Decentralisation Management Reform of Cirebon                   FAHMINA Institute          1,024,483,067
  / Regional     Municipality Through Improvement of            (Pusat Pengembangan
  Autonomy       Public Participation                           Wacana Keagamaan
                                                                Kritis) - (cso)
Decentralisation Facilitation for the Implementation of PSASP: Pusat Studi                 1,650,380,000
  / Regional     Accountable IPSAS-Based Financial      Akuntansi Sektor Publik -
  Autonomy       Reporting in 1 City, 2 Regencies and   (cso)
                 Provincial Government of Nangroe Aceh
                 Darussalam (NAD)

Decentralisation Participatory Policy Formulation on        KIPER-HAM: Koalisi              830,505,000
  / Regional     Regional and Village Ordinances on         Perlindungan Hak Asasi
  Autonomy       Natural Resource Management                Manusia, Flores - (cso)
                 Supportive to the Articulation of Interest
                 of Marginalized Groups and General
                 Public
Decentralisation Support for Public Service Reform and          Deputi Meneg PPKTI         1,606,538,200
  / Regional     Strengthening of Good Local Governance         Bidang Investasi dan
  Autonomy       in Eastern Indonesia Toward Suitainable        Pembiayaan, Kementrian
                 Economic Growth                                PPKTI (Dep. I) -
                                                                (Government
                                                                Institution)
Decentralisation Strengthening of the Inter Regional            BARLINGMASCAKEB            1,504,900,000
  / Regional     Cooperation Forum to Enhance Public            (Kabupaten Banjarnegara,
  Autonomy       Service and Sustainable Economic               Purbalingga, Banyumas,
                 Growth                                         Cilacap dan Kebumen) -
                                                                Univ.Jend. Soedirman
                                                                Purwokerto - FISIP -
                                                                (Local Government
                                                                Associations)
Decentralisation Facilitation for the Establishment of Joint    Dept. Kelautan dan       2,446,329,200
  / Regional     Management "Otorita Teluk Tomini" and          Perikanan - Dirjen
  Autonomy       Implementation of Good Governance              Peningkatan Kapasitas
                 Toward Sustainable Natural Resources           Pemerintah dan Pemasaran
                 Development and Management of Tomini           - Direktorat Kelembagaan
                 Gulf                                           Pemerintah -
                                                                (Government
                                                                Institution)




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 Partnership Name of proposal                                             Partner           Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation Lokakarya Keprihatinan LSM terhadap           Forum Kerjasama               515,044,100
  / Regional     Implementasi Otonomi Khusus di Papua          (FOKER) LSM Papua -
  Autonomy                                                     (cso)
Decentralisation Developing a work plan for social             Yayasan UKHUWA,               375,350,000
  / Regional     reconstruction and good governance            Banda Aceh - (cso)
  Autonomy       reform in Nangroe Aceh Darussalam
Decentralisation Program Kerja Kelompok Masyarakat             POKJA PAPUA:                  851,038,000
  / Regional     Peduli Papua (Pokja Papua)                    Kelompok Kerja
  Autonomy                                                     Masyarakat Jakarta Peduli
                                                               Papua - (cso)
Decentralisation Information Flow on Governance Reform, IMPARSIAL - Kelompok                 842,740,000
  / Regional     Social Reconstruction and Peace Process Kerja Aceh di Jakarta -
  Autonomy       in NAD                                  (cso)
Decentralisation Decentralized Common Pool Resources PSP-IPB: Pusat Studi                   1,908,580,000
  / Regional     Management and Governance System in Pembangunan - Institut
  Autonomy       Citanduy Watershed Area             Pertanian Bogor -
                                                     (University / Research)
Decentralisation Hernessing Reform at Village Level            Univ. Brawijaya - Fakultas 6,896,568,300
  / Regional     toward Good Village Governance and            Ekonomi - (University /
  Autonomy       Sustainable Local Economic Growth             Research)
Decentralisation/ Regional Workshop on Decentralization Yayasan ELSAP,                       518,415,000
   Regional       of Marine Management                  Makassar (Lembaga Studi
  Autonomy                                              dan Pemberdayaan
                                                        Masyarakat Pesisir - (cso)
Decentralisation/ Regional Consultations on the Revision       Departemen Keuangan           708,595,400
   Regional       of Law No.18/1997 regarding Local            R.I. - Dirjen Perimbangan
  Autonomy        Government taxes, Fess and User              Keuangan Pusat dan
                  Charges                                      Daerah (Gov. Institution)
Decentralisation/ People's Convention to Debate on Direct Harian Fajar (Fajar Daily)         117,500,000
   Regional       Election of the Governor of South       / PT. Media Fajar,
  Autonomy        Sulawesi                                Makassar - (cso)
Decentralisation/ Capacity Building and Cooperation             APKASI: Asosiasi             622,300,000
   Regional       Development for the Regional                 Pemerintah Kabupaten
  Autonomy        Government: The First National               Seluruh Indonesia -
                  Conference of APKASI                         (Government
                                                               Institution)
Decentralisation/ Facilitation of the Reorganizational          MENPAN : Kementerian         692,000,000
   Regional       Restructuring in the Regions                 Pendayagunaan Aparatur
  Autonomy                                                     Negara (State Minister for
                                                               Administrative Reforms) –
                                                               Jakarta - (Government
                                                               Institution)




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 Partnership        Name of proposal                                       Partner             Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation/    Empowerment of the Association of           APEKSI: Asosiasi               443,000,000
   Regional         Indonesian Municipalities (APEKSI)          Pemerintah Kota Seluruh
  Autonomy          Toward Capacity Building and                Indonesia (Association Of
                    Cooperation of Municipalities in the        Indonesian Municipalities) -
                    Imjplementation of Regional Autonomy        (Local Government
                                                                Associations)
Decentralisation/ Formula Design of General Allocation           Dept. Keuangan (Ministry       786,250,000
   Regional       Funds (DAU) for Year 2002                     of Finance) -
  Autonomy                                                      (Government
                                                                Institution)
Decentralisation/ Developing Public Sector Accounting            IAI (Ikatan Akuntan            513,108,000
   Regional       Standards and Its System                      Indonesia) – PPA FE
  Autonomy                                                      UGM - Yogyakarta -
                                                                (University / Research)
Decentralisation/ Improving Society Accessibility towards       PUSKIT (Pusat Kajian            628,060,700
   Regional       local governments & local parliaments in      Indonesia Timur ) / CEIS
  Autonomy        eastern part of Indonesia in the era of       (Center for Eastern
                  greater regional autonomy                     Indonesian Studies) - (cso)
Decentralisation/ Collaboration Development On Natural          WALHI Lampung:                  366,815,000
   Regional       Resources and Environmental                   Wahana Lingkungan Hidup
  Autonomy        Management in East Lampung and                Indonesia, Lampung -
                  Tulang Bawang Regency                         (cso)

Decentralisation/ Assistance and Support For the                 FIPB: Forum Indonesia          371,292,000
   Regional       Formation of Provincial Administration in     untuk Propinsi Baru (The
  Autonomy        the New Province of Gorontalo under           Indonesian Forum for New
                  Regional Autonomy Scheme                      Provinces), Gorontalo -
                                                                (cso)
Decentralisation/ Promotion of Special Autonomy Status          Forum Nasional                  649,380,000
   Regional       for Papua Through Dialogues and               Kepedulian Hak Asasi
  Autonomy        Advocacy on Human Rights and                  Manusia di Irian Jaya,
                  Reconciliation                                Papua - (cso)
Decentralisation/ Fasilitasi Pembentukan Forum Kerjasama Univ. Jenderal Soedirman -             653,200,000
   Regional       Antar Daerah di Wilayah Eks            Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan
  Autonomy        Karesidenan Banyumas dan Pekalongan Ilmu Politik, Purwokerto -
                                                         (cso)




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 Partnership        Name of proposal                                        Partner            Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation/   Governance and Decentralization Survey: Univ. Gajah Mada - Pusat           2,544,476,050
   Regional         District level Baseline and Policy      Studi Kependudukan dan
  Autonomy          Dialogue                                Kebijakan (Center For
                                                            Population And Policy
                                                            Studies) - (University /
                                                            Research)
Decentralisation/ Workshop on Decentralization at Village Univ. Gajah Mada -                    667,066,000
   Regional       Level and Village Good Governance:      Postgraduate Program of
  Autonomy        September 17-19 2001                    Local Politics & Autonomy
                                                          Studies - Postgraduate
                                                          Program of Rural
                                                          Community Development
                                                          Studies - (University /
                                                          Research)
Decentralisation/ A Regional Dialogue on Fiscal                  Univ. Cendrawasih              283,364,800
   Regional       Decentralization, Self-Sufficiency,            (University of
  Autonomy        Economic Development and                       Cendrawasih), Jayapura,
                  Entrepreneurship in the Province of Irian      Irian Jaya - (University /
                  Jaya                                           Research)
Decentralisation/ National Conference on Good Local              Organizing Committee           459,931,408
   Regional       Governance during EXPO Regional                National Conference of
  Autonomy        Autonomy 2001                                  Associations / APEKSI
                                                                 EXPO - (State Auxiliary
                                                                 Bodies)
Decentralisation/ Desentralisasi dan Otonomi Daerah :            Pusat Pemberdayaan             306,092,800
   Regional       Tantangan dan Peluang bagi Peningkatan         Perempuan dalam Politik -
  Autonomy        Kedudukan Perempuan (Lokakarya                 Jaringan Perempuan dan
                  Nasional)                                      Politik (Center for Women
                                                                 Empowerment in Politics) -
                                                                 (cso)
Decentralisation/ Decentralization, Democtratization and         AIPI: Asosiasi Ilmu Politik    497,922,000
   Regional       Accountability of Regional Government:         Indonesia - (cso)
  Autonomy        A National Workshop in February 2002

Decentralisation/ The Formulation and Arrangement of        IPB: Institut Pertanian             596,250,000
   Regional       Policy Guidelines for Institutional       Bogor - Lembaga
  Autonomy        Capacity Building in the Decentralization Penelitian - PUSAT
                  of Marine Management                      KAJIAN AGRARIA -
                                                            (University / Research)
Decentralisation/ Enhancement of Political Participation of Program Bersama                     824,966,660
   Regional       Grassroots Women in the Implementation Muslimat NU - Fatayat
  Autonomy        of Regional Autonomy Towards Gender NU - IPPNU - (cso)
                  Equality




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 Partnership Name of proposal                                    Partner                    Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation/ Establishment Of Corporate Governance FCGI : Forum for                    2,073,040,000
   Regional       Regional Information Centers          Corporate Governance in
  Autonomy                                              Indonesia - (cso)
Decentralisation/ Establishing Formula of Village Fund         Univ. Brawijaya - Fakultas    664,646,400
   Regional       Allocation Determination for the             Ekonomi - (University /
  Autonomy        Implementation of Regional Autonomy          Research)
Decentralisation/ Supporting and Promoting Harmony and         Univ. Andalas - SCDev         491,765,000
   Regional       Open Society in the Process of               (Pusat Studi Pembangunan
  Autonomy        Rebuilding "Nagari System" in West           & Perubahan Sosial-
                  Sumatera Province                            Budaya / Centre for
                                                               Studies of Development
                                                               and Social Cultural
                                                               Changes) - (University -
                                                               Research)
Decentralisation/ Project on Popular Education, Monitoring YAKOMA - PGI                      725,000,000
   Regional       and Advocacy for Implementing            PEMKA, Tapanuli Utara,
  Autonomy        Democracy, District Autonomy,            URM, Indonesia - (cso)
                  Transparency
Decentralisation/ Restructuring of Formal Village              SANLIMA: Yayasan              735,950,000
   Regional       Organizations and Synchronization with       Peduli Sesama (The
  Autonomy        Customary Systems to Support Good            Humanity Care
                  Governance at Village Level in East          Foundation), Kupang, Nusa
                  Nusa Tenggara                                Tenggara Timur - (cso)
Decentralisation/ The Reinforcement of Local Institutions Yayasan Manikaya Kauci,            744,137,750
   Regional       (Village Apparatus, Village              Bali - (cso)
  Autonomy        Representatives, Customary Institutions,
                  Subak, Customary Groups and Banjar) as
                  the Power Point of Local Autonomy
                  Organization
Decentralisation/ Strengthening of the Village Institutions    YDPM: Yayasan                 315,000,000
   Regional       (Village Government and Representatives      Dinamika Pembangunan
  Autonomy        Board) Towards Good Village                  Masyarakat, Lombok NTB
                  Governance in East Lombok - NTB              - (cso)

Decentralisation/ Regional Planning and Resources              BP3D: Badan                   143,310,000
   Regional       Management In The Bird's Head                Perencanaan dan
  Autonomy        Peninsula and Raja Ampat Archipelago         Pengendalian
                  Papua Phase 1 - National Workshop            Pembangunan Daerah
                                                               Propinsi Papua - (cso)
Decentralisation/ Advocacy on Strengthening of Good            Yayasan PUSAKA (Pusat         568,497,500
   Regional       Governance in Village Level concerning       Studi Antar Komunitas),
  Autonomy        the Implementation of Regional               Medan - (cso)
                  Autonomy in North Sumatera




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 Partnership Name of proposal                                            Partner          Project value
    area of
   interest
Decentralisation/ A New Paradigm of Central - Local           LIPI: Lembaga Ilmu           748,440,000
   Regional       Government Relationship in Indonesia        Pengetahuan Indonesia -
  Autonomy                                                    Pusat Penelitian Politik
                                                              (Center for Political
                                                              Studies), Jakarta -
                                                              (University / Research)
Decentralisation/ Civil Society Institutional Strengthening Akarrumput (Perhimpunan        334,800,000
   Regional       Towards Local Parliament Empowerment Untuk Penguatan
  Autonomy                                                  Masyarakat Warga) /
                                                            Associations for Civil
                                                            Society Empowerment -
                                                            (cso)
Decentralisation/ International Workshop on Good         MenPAN: Kementerian               365,876,700
   Regional       Governance: Using Effective Governance Pendayagunaan Aparatur
  Autonomy        to Reform the Indonesian Public Sector Negara (State Minister for
                                                         Administrative Reforms) -
                                                         (Government
                                                         Institution)
   Electoral     Facilitating the development of the KPU's KPU: Komisi Pemilihan           391,257,775
                 Electoral Information System              Umum (General Elections
                                                           Commission) - (cso)
   Electoral     Action Research On The Models Of             PUSDEHAM: Pusat Studi        605,805,000
                 Electoral System For Indonesia               Demokrasi dan HAM
                                                              (Center for Democracy
                                                              and Human Rights Studies)
                                                              - (University / Research)

   Electoral     The National Consultations to Evaluate       KPU: Komisi Pemilihan        723,000,000
                 the 1999 General Elections                   Umum (General Elections
                                                              Commission) - (cso)
   Electoral     Needs Assessment Report on the 2004          CETRO : Centre for          1,225,009,800
                 General Elections                            Electoral Reform / Pusat
                                                              Reformasi Pemilu - (cso)
   Electoral     National seminar: Constitutional        AIPI: Asosiasi Ilmu Politik       344,195,400
                 Amendment and the Strategy to solve the Indonesia / Association of
                 Indonesian Political Crisis             Political Scientists in
                                                         Indonesia - (cso)




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  Partnership   Name of proposal                                        Partner         Project value
     area of
    interest
   Electoral    Developing People's Representative           PSPK: Pusat Studi        2,491,420,000
                System in a Democratic Governance in         Pengembangan Kawasan
                Indonesia                                    (Center for The Study of
                                                             Area Development), YPK:
                                                             Yayasan Pengembangan
                                                             Kawasan - (cso)
   Electoral    Public Participation and Regional            ELRASE, Bandar              157,760,000
                Legislative Empowerment in Lampung:          Lampung - (cso)
                Needs Assessment and Strategic
                Planning
   Electoral    Needs Assessment for Capacity Building Univ. Nasional - FISIP -          442,650,000
                and Empowerment of DPRD to establish LABSOSPOL -
                Good Governance in Banten Province     (University / Research)
   Electoral    Access to Election 2004 for Citizens with PPU PENCA: Panitia             331,237,500
                Disability                                Pemilu Akses Penyandang
                                                          Cacat 2004 - (cso)
   Electoral    Development of Information and               LSPP 2003 (Lembaga          392,910,000
                Documentation System for Monitoring          Studi dan Pers
                and Auditing of Legislative Candidate        Pembangunan / Institute
                Profile and Political Parties for 2004       for Press & Development
                General Election                             Studies) - (cso)

   Electoral    National and Regional Workshops: CSO ASPPUK: Asosiasi                    413,411,470
                Coordination in the Making of Education Pendamping Perempuan
                Guideline for Voter Education Program Usaha Kecil - (cso)
   Electoral    General Election and Implementation of       YAPRITA : Yayasan           617,845,000
                Participative and Gender Sensitive           Panggilan Pertiwi Untuk
                Democratic System in NTT                     Keadilan, Kupang - (cso)
   Electoral    Political and Women's Civic Education        FPMP- Sulsel: Forum        1,347,590,000
                with Gender Perspective for 2004             Pemerhati Masalah
                General Election                             Perempuan Sulawesi
                                                             Selatan - (cso)
   Electoral    Voter Education and election monitoring      FAGI: Forum Aksi Guru       678,925,000
                as media of political education and          Indonesia Kota Bandung -
                participation of students                    (cso)
   Electoral    Striving for Good Governance Through         Lembaga Advokasi            285,995,000
                Gender Sensitive Election                    Perempuan Anti-
                                                             Kekerasan DAMAR -
                                                             (cso)
   Electoral    Empowerment of Women at Pesantren            PUAN AMAL HAYATI - 754,933,000
                Base on their Political Role                 (cso)




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  Partnership   Name of proposal                                        Partner          Project value
     area of
    interest
   Electoral    Women empowerment in politics: voter         ASPPUK (2003) - (cso)       2,098,142,250
                education for women of grassroot level
                for 2004 General Election
   Electoral    Voter Education program: Political           Cakrawala Timur - (cso)     1,127,140,000
                Participation of Women in East Java
   Electoral    Labor-based Political Education              YASBI:Yayasan Sosial         267,737,000
                                                             Buruh Independen - (cso)

   Electoral    Civic Education on Election 2004 Toward JARING PEDAL /                   1,341,090,000
                Good and Fair Election in West          PANCUR KASIH,
                Kalimantan                              Kalimantan Barat - (cso)

   Electoral    Enhancement of Farmers Political         RACA Institute: Rapid       945,858,000
                Capacity Through Voter Education         Agrarian Conflict Appraisal
                Program and Election Monitoring Activity Institute - (cso)
                by Farmers
   Electoral    Smart voters: Voter education program KOPEL: Komite Pemantau 697,550,000
                for farmers and fishers for 2004 General Legislatif Sulawesi - (cso)
                Election / "Penguatan Pemilih Kritis
   Electoral    Media Coalition For Election: Clean          SEAPA: The Southeast        3,035,154,700
                Election for Clean Governance                asian Press Alliance
                                                             Jakarta Office - (cso)
   Electoral    Enhancement of women's political             Koalisi Perempuan           1,781,421,800
                participation in election process to         Indonesia Jakarta - (cso)
                establish good governance
   Electoral    Voter Education for indigenous people in     JAPEM: Jaringan             1,410,322,000
                the 2004 General Election                    Pendidikan Pemilih untuk
                                                             Pemilu 2004 (JAPEM) -
                                                             UKI: Univ. Kristen
                                                             Indonesia, Jakarta -
                                                             (University / Research)
   Electoral    Voter Education for forest farmers:   LPPSLH: Lembaga                     400,600,000
                Democratic and sustainable management Penelitian dan
                of forest resource                    Pengembangan
                                                      Sumberdaya dan
                                                      Lingkungan Hidup
                                                      Purwokerto - (cso)
   Electoral    Voter Education and Empowerment of           LEPPSEK: Lembaga             433,665,000
                public capacity in participating in 2004     Pengkajian dan Pembinaan
                General Election                             Sosial Ekonomi, Kendari -
                                                             (cso)




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  Partnership   Name of proposal                                        Partner           Project value
     area of
    interest
   Electoral    Politician Tracking and Database             Univ. Indonesia -             602,370,000
                Socialization                                PACIVIS (Center for
                                                             Global Civil Society
                                                             Studies) - (University /
                                                             Research)
   Electoral    Monitoring and Auditing of Politicians    LSPP 2004 (Lembaga              1,576,163,000
                Profile to Support the Establishment of   Studi Pers dan
                Critical Voters for 2004 General Election Pembangunan) Jakarta -
                                                          (cso)
   Electoral    Project Vote Right                            IPCOS: Institute for Policy 1,741,235,410
                                                             and Community
                                                             Development Studies -
                                                             (cso)
   Electoral    Profile Audit of Legislative Candidates      TNQS: The New Quality         454,339,500
                for 2004 Election                            Society / Masyarakat
                                                             Kualitas Baru - (cso)
   Electoral    Investigative analysis and Reporting On      LPDS: Lembaga Pers Dr.        542,137,500
                Election of Regional Level                   Soetomo - (cso)

   Electoral    Voter Education for Women in Religious MiSPI: Mitra Sejati                1,106,482,500
                Groups in NAD (Election for Governance Perempuan Indonesia,
                Reform)                                Aceh - (cso)
   Electoral    Access to Election 2004 for Citizens with PPUA PENCA 2004 :               1,035,550,000
                Disability (Continuation)                 Panitia Pemilihan Umum
                                                          Akses Penyandang Cacat
                                                          2004 - (cso)
   Electoral    Enhancement Of Awareness,                    Yayasan Santa Lusia /         418,450,000
                Participation and Capacity of People in      LSM Santa Lusia, Biak -
                Biak Numfor in Election Process and          Papua - (cso)
                Monitoring
   Electoral    Democratic Monitoring on 2004                JAMPPI: Jaringan             3,000,000,000
                Legislator Election                          Masyarakat Pemantau
                                                             Pemilu Indonesia - (cso)
   Legal &      The National Law Commission                  KHN: Komisi Hukum            8,910,000,000
   Judiciary                                                 Nasional (National Law
                                                             Commission) - (State
                                                             Auxiliary Bodies)
   Legal &      Workshop on Decentralization of the          KOMNASHAM: Komisi             121,072,644
   Judiciary    Indonesian National Commission for           Nasional Hak Asasi
                Human Rights (KOMNAS HAM)                    Manusia (National
                                                             Commission on Human
                                                             Rights) - (State Auxiliary
                                                             Bodies)




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  Partnership   Name of proposal                                        Partner            Project value
     area of
    interest
    Legal &     International Workshop On Crimes             KOMNASHAM: Komisi              545,174,950
   Judiciary    Against Humanity                             Nasional Hak Asasi
                                                             Manusia (National
                                                             Commission on Human
                                                             Rights) - (State Auxiliary
                                                             Bodies)
   Legal &      Proposal for the Establishment of Judicial Judicial Watch Indonesia -       755,650,000
   Judiciary    Watch Indonesia (JWI)                      (cso)
   Legal &      The Role of The President of Republic of Univ. Paramadina Mulya -           627,244,700
   Judiciary    Indonesia Seminar                        CPPS: The Center For
                                                         Presidential And
                                                         Parliamentary Studies -
                                                         (University / Research)

   Legal &      Comparative Study and Inviting               LeIP (2001): Lembaga           521,311,000
   Judiciary    International Expert for Governance          Kajian dan Advokasi untuk
                Audit on the Supreme Court                   Independensi Peradilan
                                                             (Indonesia Institute for
                                                             Independent Judiciary) -
                                                             (cso)
   Legal &      A National Conference and Strategic          ADEKSI: Asosiasi DPRD          72,100,000
   Judiciary    Workshop For City Parliaments                Kota Se-Indonesia
                                                             (Association for City
                                                             Councils) - (Local Gov.
                                                             Associations)

   Legal &      Support For Institutional Capacity           Komisi Ombudsman         4,628,083,415
   Judiciary    Building in the National Ombudsman           Nasional / National
                Commission                                   Ombudsman Commission -
                                                             (State Auxiliary Bodies)

   Legal &      Monitoring and Developing of Judicial        IJM: Institute for Judicial    647,740,000
   Judiciary    Watch in Indonesia                           Monitoring, Medan - (cso)
   Legal &      Activities For Promoting of the Enacment ICEL: Indonesian Center            749,963,400
   Judiciary    of Indonesian Freedom of Information     For Inviromental Law
                Act                                      (Lembaga Pengembangan
                                                         Hukum Lingkungan
                                                         Indonesia) - (cso)

   Legal &      Workshop on Developing Integrated        ASZ Law Firm : Adhanto,            107,356,250
   Judiciary    Criminal Justice System in North Sumatra Sirait & Zulham Law Firm
                                                         (Yayasan Pusaka) - (cso)




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  Partnership   Name of proposal                                         Partner          Project value
     area of
    interest
    Legal &     Workshop on Developing an Ideal               Univ. Andalas - Pusat        176,767,750
   Judiciary    Coordinated System and Optimized              Kajian Hukum Wilayah
                Functioning of Legal Institutions In West     Barat - (University /
                Sumatra                                       Research)
   Legal &      Workshop On Building an Ideal                 Univ. Syiah Kuala - Pusat    204,645,000
   Judiciary    Coordination System and Optimized             Studi Hak-Hak Asasi
                Functioning of Justice Institutions in        Manusia, Banda Aceh -
                Settling Human Rights Case in Aceh            (University / Research)
                Province
   Legal &      National Workshop "Opportunity and            AMAN: Aliansi                382,066,000
   Judiciary    Challenge in Revitalizing Customary /         Masyarakat Adat
                Community / Local Justice System"             Nusantara - (cso)

   Legal &      Facilitating Public participation in the      KRHN: Konsorsium             616,104,000
   Judiciary    Drafting Process of the Constitutional        Reformasi Hukum
                Court Draft Law                               Nasional / National Law
                                                              Reform Consortium - (cso)
   Legal &      Towards A Clean, Transparent and Fair         Univ. Indonesia - FH -       894,900,000
   Judiciary    Judiciary                                     MaPPI: Masyarakat
                                                              Pemantau Peradilan
                                                              Indonesia - (University /
                                                              Research)
   Legal &      Strategy For Judicial Monitoring Towards ICM : Indonesian Court            855,740,000
   Judiciary    A Clean, Transparent and Fair Judiciary Monitoring - (cso)

   Legal &      Need Assessment on the Possibility to    Univ. Islam Indonesia -           281,313,000
   Judiciary    Establish Local Ombudsman Institution in PUSHAM : Pusat Studi
                Yogyakarta                               Hak Asasi Manusia,
                                                         Yogyakarta - (University
                                                         / Research)
   Legal &      Fostering Judiciary Reform in East Java       YPSDI: Yayasan             726,757,500
   Judiciary    Through Enhancement of Public                 Pengembangan Sumber
                Participation                                 Daya Indonesia, Surabaya -
                                                              (cso)
   Legal &      The Establishment of the Qualified and        Kejaksaan Agung Republik 2,126,380,000
   Judiciary    Integrity Prosecutors and Judges              Indonesia - (government
                Members (SUPER TEAM) in Handling              institution)
                the Corruption Cases Including Its
                Support System
   Legal &      The Development of System, Mechanism           LeIP (2003): Lembaga     1,143,392,500
   Judiciary    and Standard Operation Procesure for          Kajian dan Advokasi untuk
                Supervision, Performance and Quality          Independensi Peradilan -
                Assessment of Judges Performance and          Mahkamah Agung RI -
                Quality Assessment of Judges                  (cso)




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  Partnership    Name of proposal                                        Partner             Project value
     area of
    interest
    Legal &      Monitoring the Election Process of the       DEMOS: Lembaga Kajian 782,250,000
   Judiciary     Upcoming Chairman of the Anti                Demokrasi dan Hak Asasi -
                 Corruption Commission (ACC)                  (cso)

   Legal &       The Empowerment of the Selection        MTI: Masyarakat                     1,563,116,000
   Judiciary     Committee of the Upcoming Chairman of Transparansi Indonesia -
                 the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) (cso)
                 through Technical Team of the Selection
                 Committee
   Legislative   Parliamentary Support and Public             DPR-RI : Dewan                 8,859,000,000
                 Participation                                Perwakilan Rakyat
                                                              Republik Indonesia (The
                                                              National Parliament) -
                                                              (Legislative /
                                                              Parliament)
   Police &      The Synergetic Design of Regional            ISPP: Institut Studi Politik    768,232,000
   Security      Police with Autonomous Regional              dan Pemerintahan,
                 Components                                   Yogyakarta - (University
                                                              / Research)
   Police &       Seminar and Workshop on Development PTIK II (Perguruan Tinggi               90,000,000
   Security      of Police Education and Training     Ilmu Kepolisian) -
                 Curriculum                           (University / Research)

   Police &      Public Consultation On Police Bill           POLWATCH: Indonesian            299,900,000
   Security                                                   Police Watch - (cso)
   Police &      Development of Police Education and           PTIK I (Perguruan Tinggi 747,200,000
   Security      Training Curriculum                          Ilmu Kepolisian) -
                                                              (University / Research)

   Police &      Workshop "Seeking Ideal Format for           Institut Ilmu Pemerintahan -    29,752,000
   Security      Relation of Local Government and             Dept. Dalam Negeri -
                 Police"                                      (University / Research)
   Police &      Diskusi Panel "Pengembangan Bahan            MABES POLRI SET                 44,676,000
   Security      Ajar di SPN Polri Dalam Rangka               DEDIKLAT (Sekretariat
                 Pembenahan Pendidikan Polri di Era           Deputi Pendidikan dan
                 Reformasi Polri Mandiri"                     Pelatihan Mabes Polri) -
                                                              (Government
                                                              Institution)
   Police &      Police & Community: Identifying           Kepolisian Negara                  302,005,000
   Security      Distinctive Characteristics of Indonesian Republik Indonesia Daerah
                 Police                                    Kalimantan Timur -
                                                           (Government
                                                           Institution)




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  Partnership   Name of proposal                                        Partner           Project value
     area of
    interest
   Police &     A Model of National Police with Local        Kepolisian Negara         1,048,735,000
    Security    Community Orientation                        Republik Indonesia Daerah
                                                             Nusa Tenggara Barat -
                                                             (Government
                                                             Institution)
   Police &     Policing in Diversity of Culture and         Kepolisian Negara           629,501,000
   Security     Customary Norms in Papua                     Republik Indonesia Daerah
                                                             Papua, Jayapura, Irian Jaya
                                                             - (Government
                                                             Institution)
   Police &     Developing Polda NTT's Public Service Polda NTT - Lembaga                  859,950,000
   Security     System and Community Policing in Nusa Penelitian Cendana -
                Tenggara Timur                        (Government
                                                      Institution)
   Police &     Sustaining Reform of Police Institution:     Univ. Indonesia - FE -       2,009,792,400
   Security     Financial Management System                  LPEM & Mabes Polri -
                                                             (Research and Training
                                                             Institutions) /
                                                             (University / Research)
   Police &     Facilitating The Development of Local   POLWATCH: Indonesian              1,234,834,000
   Security     Police Watch Function In North Sumatra, Police Watch - (cso)
                West Java, East Java, and Bali

   Police &     Multistakeholder Consultation on the         Institut Ilmu Pemerintahan - 313,917,400
   Security     Drafts of Government Regulations on: a)      Dept. Dalam Negeri &
                PermitGranting for Public & Political        Otonomi Daerah (Institute
                Activities &; b) Coordination of Special     Of Government Studies -
                Police,Civil Servant Investigator (PPNS)     Ministry of Internal Affairs
                & PAM Swakarsa                               & Regional Autonomy) -
                                                             (University / Research)
   Police &     Improvement of Curriculum for Bintara        Lembaga Pendidikan dan   1,351,433,900
   Security     Education of Police                          Pelatihan Mabes Polri -
                                                             (government Institution)
   Police &     Formulation of Regional Legal                 Univ. Syiah Kuala - Pusat    332,540,000
   Security     Framework for the Police in Aceh             Studi Hak-Hak Asasi
                                                             Manusia, Banda Aceh /
                                                             Center for Human Rights
                                                             Studies of Syiah Kuala
                                                             University (University /
                                                             Research)




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  Partnership   Name of proposal                                        Partner           Project value
     area of
    interest
   Police &     Strengthening the function and Role of       LBPP DERAP Warapsari: 1,366,113,400
    Security    Special Service Room for Women and           Lembaga Bantuan
                Children - RPK at Polri Offices              Perlindungan Perempuan
                                                             DERAP - WARAPSARI -
                                                             (cso)
   Police &     Promoting Public Participation in            Kepolisian Daerah      1,185,454,000
   Security     Improving Police Performance in South        (POLDA) Sulawesi
                Sulawesi                                     Selatan & UMI: Univ.
                                                             Muslim Indonesia,
                                                             Makassar - (Government
                                                             Institution)
   Police &     Police and Community: Identifying         Kepolisian Negara                904,790,000
   Security     Distinctive Characteristics of Indonesian Republik Indonesia Daerah
                Police (Second Stage)                     Kalimantan Timur -
                                                          (Government
                                                          Institution)
   Police &     Conceptualizing the Strategic Role of TNI YLBHI : Yayasan                  450,000,000
   Security     (Indonesian Military Force) and           Lembaga Bantuan Hukum
                Intelligence in the Democratic Society    Indonesia - (cso)

   Police &     Major Planning for the security Operation DEOPS POLRI -                    939,883,880
   Security     of the Election 2004 (Mantap Brata XII (Government
                Pre-operation)                            Institution)
   Police &     Printing and Distributing Three Manual Mabes Polri - Badan                1,168,945,000
   Security     Books Related To The Police Roles And Reserse Kriminal
                Responsibility In The Election 2004    (Government
                                                       Institution)
   Police &      Upaya Mendorong Terwujudnya                 Kepolisian Negara           576,452,250
   Security     Perdasus yang terkait dengan Kamtibmas       Republik Indonesia Daerah
                dalam Rangka mensukseskan Otonomi            Papua, Jayapura, Irian Jaya
                Khusus di Papua                              - (Government
                                                             Institution)
   Police &     The Development of Recruitment System        Univ. Indonesia - Fakultas   1,760,589,200
   Security     and Instrument of the RI Police Officers"    Psikologi - MABES
                (Pengembangan Sistem dan Instrumen           POLRI - (Univ. /
                Perekrutan Anggota Kepolisian RI)            Research)
   Police &     Continuous Reform of the RI Police           Univ. Indonesia - FE - LM 1,159,030,000
   Security     Department of Its Human Resource             (Lembaga Management) -
                Division                                     Mabes Polri - (Univ. /
                                                             Research)




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Attachment B: Project Officer for Executing Agency

Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia

Post Title:                 Project Officer for Coordination

Location:                   Bappenas, Jakarta

Duration:                   1 Year, subject to 6 months probation

Reporting To:               Director of Administration

The Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia is a not-for-profit civil law partnership.
It works with a wide range of Indonesian stakeholders and international institutions to
support Indonesia’s long-term governance reform programmes. The National Development
Planning Agency, Bappenas is the Executing Agency to this project and as such provides
specific programmatic support and oversight to the project as well as participates in a range
of policy fora within the Partnership. The Project Officer for Coordination will be responsible
for providing the key day-to-day contact and information flows between Bappenas and the
Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia.



Duties and Responsibilities:

The Project Officer will:
1. Support the Executing Agency in remaining well briefed on developments taking
    place within the Partnership including status on progress and any issues requiring
    Executing Agency support;
2. Draft briefing for representatives of the Executing Agency who are participants
    within fora of the Partnership;
3. Review documents for processing and endorsement by the Executing Agency,
    including financial and substantive reports;
4. Support the Executing Agency in carrying out tasks relating specifically to
    programme coordination, in particular in regard to supporting effective working
    relationships between the Executing Agency, the Implementing Agency and UNDP.
    This will also include supporting the Executing Agency in organizing and scheduling
    tri-partite meetings (Bappenas, Partnership and UNDP), as required.
5. Support the Executing Agency in carrying out its functions in relation to the
    Implementing Agency to support the realization of programme activities, including
    providing support to the management of financial resources allocated by UNDP to
    the programme,




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6. Maintain accounting systems that contain records sufficient to ensure the accurate
   and reliability of programme financial information and reporting, and reporting
   regularly on programme activities and financial expenditures to UNDP and the
   government coordinating authority (Bappenas).
7. Provide monthly reports to Partnership on both the substantive and financial
   progress.



Qualifications:
1. Minimum graduate level qualification in political science, international relations,
   development economics or any relevant social science;
2. 7-10 years of progressive experience of working in governance and institutional
   development related issues in Indonesia is required;
3. A good working knowledge of UNDP National Execution Rules and Procedures and
   proven project management skills is preferred;
4. Prior experience of working in, or collaborating closely with, a government entity is
   preferred;
5. A good understanding of the current state of governance reform in Indonesia is
   required.
6. Good working knowledge of both written and spoken English and Bahasa Indonesia.
7. Excellent interpersonal and oral /written communication skills.
8. A good team player, which has a strong emphasis on goal orientation.
9. Ability to exercise discretion with regards to all information acquired during and after
   the one-year tenure.




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Attachment C: Support Services to be provided by UNDP to the Partnership

Areas of cooperation

The following details a range of support services to be provided by UNDP to the
Partnership to assist in the implementation of activities covered by the project “Enabling
the Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia” know hereafter as the Facility and
its related Trust Funds. These activities include, but are not restricted to:



1.      Financial reporting

UNDP will review all financial reports, either for the Facility or the Trust Funds, prior to
dispatch to donors. The purpose is to ensure the reports are appropriately formatted and
contain the information necessary to meet the specific reporting needs of the donors. In
accord with reporting requirements for each specific donor, the finalized reports may
either be dispatched under UNDP and/or Partnership signature.



2.      Substantive reporting

UNDP will review all substantive reports, either for the Facility or the Trust Funds, prior to
dispatch to donors. The purpose is to ensure the reports are appropriately formatted and
contain the information necessary to meet the specific reporting needs of the donors. In
accord with reporting requirements for each specific donor, the finalized reports may
either be dispatched under UNDP and/or Partnership signature.



3.      PP19 Clearance

On written request from the Partnership, UNDP will make use of the existing facilities and
capacities to clear and process any procurement of goods and services through its
networks, including other tax exemption related issues. The existence of existing and
ongoing contractual arrangements and agreements with suppliers of goods and services
will provide the Partnership with quick access to less expensive goods and services.



4.      Clearance of international advisers/consultants

UNDP will provide support to the Partnership to gain the necessary clearances and
endorsements for recruitment and extension of contracts for its international staff and
consultants.



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5.     Visa and travel arrangements

UNDP will provide support to the Partnership on the basis of written request to assist
secure necessary visas and other travel arrangements.



6.     Direct payments

In addition to agreed quarterly advances, which are made in IDR, the Partnership shall
make use of UNDP direct payment processing for its non-IDR payments of any activities
financed through the Facility and Trust Funds. The Partnership may also, on written
request, seek UNDP support to make other payments (not scheduled in the quarterly
advance) to third parties. Unless otherwise specifically agreed in writing, the procedures
to apply in undertaking these activities will be based on existing UNDP rules and
regulations.



7.     Quarterly advances – training

To assist the Partnership make best use of the quarterly advance system, UNDP will
provide some initial training to the staff concerned in the Partnership for managing these
funds. This training will cover production of the quarterly advance documentation,
reporting on the use of the advances by the end of the quarter and preparations for the
second advance, which includes a statement on unused funds. Other issues of training
would include Atlas and any other new management systems.



8.     Human Resources and Recruitment

The Partnership may, though written request, obtain UNDP support to conduct all or part
of the processes for human resource recruitment. Unless otherwise specifically agreed in
writing, the procedures to apply in undertaking these activities through UNDP will be
based on existing UNDP rules and regulations.



9.     Medical evacuation

On the basis of specific arrangements including those related to insurance, the
Partnership might, though written request, obtain UNDP support in facilitating medical
evacuations for those staff covered by such arrangements.




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10.     IT Services

UNDP will maintain the collaborative arrangement with the Partnership in which there
are shared costs to cover the salary of one of UNDP’s IT technicians who is on call to
service the needs of the Partnership.



11.    Donor agreements – updates and follow-ups

UNDP will maintain close liaison with the Partnership and keep its Executive Office informed
about the status of donor agreements and scheduled contributions. UNDP will as necessary
follow up with donors in regard to scheduled contributions.



12.    Conduct annual internal audit

UNDP will conduct an annual internal audit of activities being financed through the
Facility and the Trust Funds. The purpose of these internal audits will be to provide early
warning to the Partnership of any weaknesses or areas of concern in regard to its
financial management and to seek early remedy for any problems identified.



13.     Manage, recruit and deploy external auditors

As part of its obligations to the donors, UNDP will recruit and deploy auditors who will
audit the activities financed by the Facility and the Trust Funds.



Costing

On the basis of agreement with the National Development Planning Agency Bappenas,
UNDP is to seek the recovery for costs incurred in project and programme support
related activities. For the purposes of meeting this agreement with Bappenas, the
Partnership will be charged for UNDP support in implementing a number of the above
activities. The basis for this is outlined in the Letter of Agreement signed between the
Minister of State for Planning/Chair of Bappenas and the Resident Representative of
UNDP on 10 April 2002. These items against which fees will be charged are as follows:
Items 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 13. Remaining activities, namely Items 1, 2, 7, 11 and 12 will
remain as key activities to be covered by UNDP at its own expense. The specific rates
and/or fees to be charged to those items to be paid by the Partnership will be detailed in
a subsequent agreement.




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Attachment D: Partnership Organigram




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Attachment E: Articles of Association of the Partnership

Key to changes:
•     Corrections, amendments and additions marked in dark red bold face.
•     Change in name of internal “Governing Board / Dewan Pengarah” changed to “Partners
      Meeting / Rapat Teman Serikat” highlighted in yellow, e.g. Partners Meeting
•     Deletions marked by strikeout, e.g. Dokter
•     Changes from the June revisions are underlined

Pada hari ini, Rabu, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember 2003 (dua         On this day, Wednesday, the 12th (twelfth) day of November
ribu tiga).                                                           2003 (two thousand three).

Berhadapan dengan saya, PUTUT MAHENDRA, Sarjana Hukum,                Appeared before me, PUTUT MAHENDRA, SH, Notary in Jakarta,
Notaris di Jakarta, dengan hadirnya saksi-saksi yang telah saya,      in the presence of witnesses who are known to me, Notary, and
Notaris, kenal dan akan disebut dalam bagian akhir akta ini:          who will be mentioned at the end of this deed:

1.          Nyonya Insinyur ERNA WITOELAR, swasta, bertempat          [Names and addresses of the Founders]
tinggal di Jakarta, Jalan Cibulan nomor 39, RT.011/RW.006,            1.       Ms. Ir. ERNA WITOELAR;
Kelurahan Petogogan, Kecamatan Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan;

2.        Tuan SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO, swasta, Menteri              2.         Mr. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO, private person;
Koordinator Bidang Politik Dan Keamanan Republik Indonesia,
bertempat tinggal di Bogor, Puri Cikeas Indah nomor 2,
RT.01/RW.02, Kelurahan Nagrak, Kecamatan Gunungputri, untuk
sementara berada di Jakarta;

3.        Tuan Dokter Doktor DANIEL DHAKIDAE, swasta,                 3.         Mr. Dr. DR. DANIEL DHAKIDAE;
bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Jalan Benda IV/26, RT.004/RW.007,
Pulo, Kecamatan Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan;

4.        Tuan Doktorandus TRIYONO BUDI SASONGKO, swasta              4.         Mr. Drs. TRIYONO BUDI SASONGKO, private person;
Bupati Purbalingga, Jawa Tengah, bertempat tinggal di
Purbalingga, Kecamatan Purbalingga, untuk sementara berada di
Jakarta;

5.        Nyonya NURSYAHBANI KATJASUNGKANA, Sarjana                   5.         Ms. NURSYAHBANI KATJASUNGKANA, SH;
Hukum, swasta, bertempat tinggal di Depok, Jalan Melati B-15,
RT.01/RW.12, Kelurahan Mekarsari, Kecamatan Cimanggis, untuk
sementara berada di Jakarta;

6.        Tuan Professor Doktor JACOB ELFINUS SAHETAPY,               6.         Mr. Prof. DR. JACOB ELFINUS SAHETAPY, SH;
Sarjana Hukum, swasta, bertempat tinggal di Surabaya,
Dharmahusada 3/8, RT.02/RW.01, Kelurahan Pacar Kembang,
Kecamatan Tambaksari, untuk sementara berada di Jakarta;

7.          Tuan Dokter Doktor DJUNAEDI HADISUMARTO, swasta,          7.         Mr. Dr. DR. DUNAEDI HADISUMARTO;
bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Rawamangun Muka Flat Universitas
Indonesia nomor 1, RT.011/RW.014, Kelurahan Rawamangun,
Kecamatan Pulo Gadung, Jakarta Timur;
dalam hal ini menurut keterangannya bertindak:                        -- in the matter according to his statement acting:
a. untuk diri sendiri;                                                a. on his own behalf;
b. atas kekuatan Surat Kuasa (Power of Attorney) yang dibuat di       b. by virtue of a Power of Attorney …..
bawah tangan bermeterai cukup, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember         for and on behalf of : Mr. Prof. DR. JOHANNES BERCHMANS
2003 (dua ribu tiga) dan dilekatkan pada minuta akta ini, selaku      KRISTIADI;
kuasa dari dan oleh karena itu untuk dan atas nama tuan Professor
Doktor JOHANNES BERCHMANS KRISTIADI, swasta, bertempat
tinggal di Jakarta, Jalan Haji Agus Salim nomor 104, RT.002/RW.005,
Kelurahan Gondangdia, Kecamatan Menteng, Jakarta Pusat;
c. atas kekuatan Surat Kuasa (Power of Attorney) yang dibuat di       c. by virtue of a Power of Attorney …..   for and on behalf of :
bawah tangan bermeterai cukup, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember         Mr. DR. BOEDIONO;
2003 (dua ribu tiga) dan dilekatkan pada minuta akta ini, selaku
kuasa dari dan oleh karena itu untuk dan atas nama tuan Doktor
BOEDIONO, swasta, bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Komplek
Bappenas nomor 26, RT.011/RW.002, Kelurahan Duren Tiga,
Kecamatan Pancoran, Jakarta Selatan;


8.       Tuan MARZUKI DARUSMAN, Sarjana Hukum, swasta,                8.         Mr. MARZUKI DARUSMAN, SH;
bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Burung Merpati II Q.1/15,



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RT.007/RW.008, Kelurahan Bintaro, Kecamatan Pasanggrahan,
Jakarta Selatan;
-- dalam hal ini menurut keterangannya bertindak:                   -- in the matter according to his statement acting:
a. untuk diri sendiri;                                              a. on his own behalf;
b. atas kekuatan Surat Kuasa (Power of Attorney) yang dibuat di     b. by virtue of a Power of Attorney …..
bawah tangan bermeterai cukup, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember       for and on behalf of : Mr. Prof. DR. H. AZYUMARDI AZRA.
2003 (dua ribu tiga) dan dilekatkan pada minuta akta ini, selaku
kuasa dari dan oleh karena itu untuk dan atas nama tuan Professor
Doktor Haji AZYUMARDI AZRA, swasta, bertempat tinggal di
Tangerang, KP. Pisangan Barat, RT.03/RW.09, Kelurahan Cirendeu,
Kecamatan Ciputat;
c. atas kekuatan Surat Kuasa (Power of Attorney) yang dibuat di     c. by virtue of a Power of Attorney …..   for and on behalf of :
bawah tangan bermeterai cukup, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember       Mr. H. BENJAMIN MANGKUDILAGA;
2003 (dua ribu tiga) dan dilekatkan pada minuta akta ini, selaku
kuasa dari dan oleh karena itu untuk dan atas nama tuan Haji
BENJAMIN MANGKOEDILAGA, swasta, bertempat tinggal di Jakarta,
Jalan Kaveling Polri P-36B, RT.009/RW.006, Kelurahan Jaga Karsa,
Kecamatan Jaga Karsa, Jakarta Selatan;
d. atas kekuatan Surat Kuasa (Power of Attorney) yang dibuat di     d. by virtue of a Power of Attorney …..   for and on behalf of :
bawah tangan bermeterai cukup, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember       Mr. DR. MAKARIM WIBISONO.
2003 (dua ribu tiga) dan dilekatkan pada minuta akta ini, selaku
kuasa dari dan oleh karena itu untuk dan atas nama tuan Doktor
MAKARIM WIBISONO, swasta, bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Kalibata
Tengah XVII A/15, RT.011/RW.007, Kelurahan Kalibata, Kecamatan
Pancoran, Jakarta Selatan;
e. atas kekuatan Surat Kuasa (Power of Attorney) yang dibuat di     e. by virtue of a Power of Attorney …..   for and on behalf of :
bawah tangan bermeterai cukup, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember       Mr. Bishop PETRUS TURANG.
2003 (dua ribu tiga) dan dilekatkan pada minuta akta ini, selaku
kuasa dari dan oleh karena itu untuk dan atas nama tuan USKUP
Uskup PETRUS TURANG, swasta, bertempat tinggal di Kupang,
Jalan Thamrin Oepoi, RT.047/RW.015, Kelurahan Oebufu,
Kecamatan Oebobo, Kota Kupang, Nusa Tenggara Timur;

9.         Tuan Doktorandus ERRY RIYANA HARDJAPAMEKAS,              9.         Mr. Drs. ERRY RIYANA HARDJAPAMEKAS;
swasta, bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Jalan Buni nomor 36,
RT.007/RW.009, Kelurahan Utan Kayu Utara, Kecamatan Matraman,
Jakarta Timur;

10.       Tuan Pendeta Dokter KAREL PHILEMON ERARI, swasta,         10.        Mr. Rev. Dr. KAREL PHILEMON ERARI;
bertempat tinggal di Jayapura, Jalan Sosial Padang Bulan Adepura,
RT.001/RW.07, Kelurahan Hedam, Kecamatan Adepura, Kota
Jayapura, Papua, untuk sementara berada di Jakarta;

11.         Nyonya SHANTI LASMININGSIH POESPOSOETJIPTO,             11.        Ms. SHANTI LASMININGSIH POESPOSOETJIPTO;
swasta, bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Jalan Duren Tiga Selatan
VIII/58, Duren Tiga RT.008/RW.002, Kelurahan Duren Tiga,
Kecamatan Pancoran, Jakarta Selatan;
-- dalam hal ini menurut keterangannya bertindak:                   -- in the matter according to her statement acting:
a. untuk diri sendiri;                                              a. on her own behalf;
b. atas kekuatan Surat Kuasa (Power of Attorney) yang dibuat di     b. by virtue of a Power of Attorney …..
bawah tangan bermeterai cukup, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember       for and on behalf of : Mr. NURCHOLISH MADJID;
2003 (dua ribu tiga) dan dilekatkan pada minuta akta ini, selaku
kuasa dari dan oleh karena itu untuk dan atas nama tuan
NURCHOLISH MADJID, swasta, bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Jalan
Johar I nomor 8, RT.011/RW.010, Kelurahan Kebayoran Lama,
Kecamatan Kebayoran Lama, Jakarta Selatan;
c. atas kekuatan Surat Kuasa (Power of Attorney) yang dibuat di     c. by virtue of a Power of Attorney …..   for and on behalf of :
bawah tangan bermeterai cukup, tanggal 12 (duabelas) Nopember       Ms. FELIA SALIM;
2003 (dua ribu tiga) dan dilekatkan pada minuta akta ini, selaku
kuasa dari dan oleh karena itu untuk dan atas nama nyonya FELIA
SALIM, swasta, bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, Cilandak I nomor 41-
C,RT.019/RW.001, Kelurahan Cilandak Barat, Kecamatan Cilandak,
Jakarta Selatan;

12.      Nyonya NAIMAH HASAN, swasta, bertempat tinggal di          12.        Ms. NAIMAH HASAN;
Banda Aceh, Jalan Siyueng-yueng D-64, Sektor Timur, Darussalam,
Kota Banda Aceh, Aceh, untuk sementara berada di Jakarta;

Para penghadap masing-masing diperkenalkan kepada saya,             The appearers were each introduced to me, Notary, by the other
Notaris, yang satu oleh para penghadap yang lain.                   appearers.

Para penghadap dengan bertindak untuk diri sendir dan/atau          The appearers acting on his/her own behalf and/or in the
selaku kuasa sebagaimana disebutkan di atas menerangkan dalam       capacity of attorney as stated above, declared in this deed:
akta ini:




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Bahwa para penghadap telah sepakat bahwa akan                       That the appearers have that it will benefit them and all parties
menguntungkan mereka dan semua pihak yang berusaha                  engaged in activities to support governance reform in Indonesia
menunjang pembaruan tata pemerintahan di Indonesia untuk            to work together in a well organised and well coordinated
bekerja sama secara teratur dan terkoordinir guna mencapai tujuan   manner to achieve their mutual objectives and that therefore it is
bersama dan oleh karena itu saling menguntungkan untuk              in their mutual benefit to establish the Partnership for
mendirikan Perserikatan Bagi Pembaruan Tata Pemerintahan            Governance Reform as a civil partnership under Indonesian law;
sebagai suatu perserikatan perdata berdasarkan hukum Indonesia.

Bahwa, dengan mempertimbangkan hal-hal tersebut di atas, para       That, considering the foregoing, the attendees have agreed to
penghadap telah sepakat untuk bersama-sama mendirikan suatu         together establish a civil partnership (burgerlijke maatschap) with
perserikatan perdata (burgerlijke maatschap) dengan anggaran        articles of association as set forth in this deed (hereinafter
dasar sebagaimana termuat dalam akta ini (untuk selanjutnya         referred to as the “Articles of Association”) consisting of the
cukup disingkat “Anggaran Dasar”) dengan ketentuan sebagai          following provisions:
berikut:

PEMBUKAAN                                                           PREAMBLE

Menyaksikan:                                                        Witnessing:
Bahwa pada tahun 2001, berdasarkan “Memorandum of                   That in the year 2001, on the basis of the “Memorandum of
Understanding between the Government of the Republic of             Understanding between the Government of the Republic of
Indonesia and the United Nations Development Programme on           Indonesia and the United Nations Development Programme
Utilisation of Official Development Assistance to Support           on Utilisation of Official Development Assistance to Support
Governance Reform in Indonesia”, telah dibentuk dua                 Governance Reform in Indonesia”, two complementary
mekanisme terpadu, yaitu satu fasilitas proyek pembangunan          mechanisms were put into effect: a United Nations
Program Pembangunan Perserikataan Bangsa-Bangsa (UNDP)              Development Programme (UNDP) development project
yang diberi nama: “Facility: Enabling the Partnership for           facility entitled the “Facility: Enabling the Partnership for
Governance Reform in Indonesia” dan satu dana yang diberi           Governance Reform in Indonesia” and a fund entitled the
nama: “Indonesia Governance Fund” yang dikelola oleh UNDP.          “Indonesia Governance Fund”, managed by the UNDP;

Bahwa untuk keperluan pengarahan dan pengawasan                     That for purposes of guiding and supervising the
pelaksanaan fasilitas dan pengelolaan dana tersebut, telah          implementation of said facility and the management of said
dihimpun satu perkumpulan yang dikenal sebagai: “Dewan              fund, an association referred to as the “Governing Board”
Pengarah (Governing Board)”, yang terdiri dari anggota              was constituted, comprising members of Indonesian society
masyarakat Indonesia dan komunitas donor internasional, baik        and the international donor community, including both
donor bilateral maupun multilateral;                                bilateral and multilateral donors;

Bahwa sebagai wadah administrasi dan koordinasi dukungan            That as a vehicle to administer and coordinate the
internasional bagi fasilitas dan dana tersebut, telah dibentuk      international support for said facility and fund, an
satu kantor administrasi yang diberi nama “Kantor Eksekutif         administrative office known as the “Executive Office” was set

(Executive Office)” di bawah naungan satu “Dewan Eksekutif          up under the authority of an “Executive Board” comprising all
(Executive Board)” yang terdiri dari semua anggota Dewan            members of the Governing Board having Indonesian
Pengarah yang berkewarga negaraan Indonesia, dengan                 nationality, with the advice of an advisory committee known
pengarahan satu panitia penasehat yang diberi nama “Panitia         as the “Policy Advisory Committee”, comprising official
Kebijakan (Policy Advisory Committee)”, yang terdiri dari wakil     representatives of the National Development Planning
resmi dari Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional                   Agency (BAPPENAS), the United Nations Development
(BAPPENAS), Program Pembangunan Perserikatan Bangsa-                Programme (UNDP), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), and
Bangsa (UNDP), Bank Pembangunan Asia (ADB), dan Bank                the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Internasional untuk Rekonstruksi dan Pembangunan (Bank              (World Bank);
Dunia);

Bahwa sebagai hasil suatu evaluasi yang dilakukan oleh UNDP         That an assessment mission undertaken by the United
dalam bulan Desember 2001 disarankan agar dibentuk satu             Nations Development Programme in December 2001
badan hukum berdasarkan hukum Indonesia sebagai wadah               recommended that a legal entity be established under
administrasi dan koordinasi fasilitas dan dana tersebut.            Indonesian law as the vehicle for the administration and
                                                                    coordination of said facility and fund.

Bahwa mengingat pertimbangan tersebut dan sebagai cara              That with these considerations in mind and as a means of
mewujudkan tekad mereka untuk memajukan pembaruan                   realizing their commitment to progress in governance
pemerintahan di Indonesia, para pendiri telah memutus               reform in Indonesia, the founders have decided to
untuk mendirikan satu perserikatan perdata berdasarkan              establish a civil partnership under Indonesian law as a
hukum Indonesia sebagai wadah administrasi dan                      vehicle for the administration and coordination of said
koordinasi fasilitas dan dana tersebut. bekerjasama dengan          facility and fund. in cooperation with the existing Governing
Dewan Pengarah (Governing Board) dan Panitia Kebijakan              Board and Policy Advisory Committee.
(Policy Advisory Committee) yang sudah ada.

Adapun kehendak para pendiri bahwa perserikatan perdata             It is the intention of the founders that this new civil
yang baru ini akan mengambil alih fungsi Kantor Eksekutif           partnership will take over and continue the functions of
(Executive Office) dan Dewan Eksekutif (Executive Board),           the former Executive Office and Executive Board, while the
sedangkan Dewan Pengarah (Governing Board) dan Panitia              Governing Board and the Policy Advisory Committee will
Kebijakan (Policy Advisory Committee) tetap berlangsung             remain in existence as informal, ordinary associations (not
sebagai perkumpulan biasa yang informal (bukan sebagai              as legal entities) outside of this civil partnership. It is also
badan hukum) di luar perserikatan perdata ini. Diharapkan           expected that this new civil partnership will cooperate
pula bahwa perserikata perdata yang baru ini akan                   closely with the Governing Board and Policy Advisory
bekerjasama erat dengan Dewan Pengarah (Governing                   Committee, given the fact that they are also dedicated to



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Board) dan Panitia Kebijakan (Policy Advisory Committee)          improving governance in Indonesia.
mengingat kenyataan bahwa mereka juga bermaksud
memperbaiki tata pemerintahan di Indonesia.

NAMA DAN TEMPAT KEDUDUKAN                                         NAME AND DOMICILE
Pasal 1.                                                          Article 1.

1.       Perserikatan bernama : KEMITRAAN BAGI PEMBARUAN          1.          The Partnership shall bear the name : PARTNERSHIP
TATA PEMERINTAHAN, yang di dalam bahasa Inggris disebut           FOR GOVERNANCE REFORM, which in the Indonesian language
PARTNERSHIP FOR GOVERNANCE REFORM (selanjutnya dalam              shall be referred to as KEMITRAAN BAGI PEMBARUAN TATA
Anggaran Dasar ini cukup disingkat dengan “Perserikatan”), dan    PEMERINTAHAN (hereafter in these Articles of Association
berkedudukan di Jakarta.                                          referred to as the “Partnership”) and shall be domiciled in Jakarta.

2.        Perserikatan dapat membuka cabang atau perwakilan       2.        The Partnership may open branches or
di tempat lain di dalam wilayah Republik Indonesia                representative offices in other places within the territory of the
sebagaimana yang ditetapkan oleh Dewan Eksekutif dengan           Republic of Indonesia as decided by the Executive Board with
persetujuan Rapat Teman Serikat.                                  the consent of the Partners Meeting.

3.       Nama Perserikatan dapat diubah setiap waktu              3.         The name of the Partnership may be changed at any
berdasarkan keputusan Rapat Luar Biasa Rapat Teman Serikat.       time by a decision of an Extraordinary Meeting of the Partners
                                                                  Meeting.

AZAS DAN JANGKA WAKTU BERDIRINYA PERSERIKATAN                     PRINCIPLES AND DURATION OF THE PARTNERSHIP
Pasal 2.                                                          Article 2.

1.       Perserikatan ini merupakan suatu lembaga swadaya         1.         The Partnership shall be a non-governmental
masyarakat yang bersifat nirlaba, mandiri, dan tidak terikat      organization that is non-profit, independent, and not affiliated
dengan dan tidak dimaksudkan memajukan kepentingan suatu          with and not intended to promote the interests of any
golongan atau aliran politik tertentu.                            particular political cause or group.

2.         Perserikatan harus senantiasa dikelola sesuai dengan   2.           The Partnership shall at all times be run in
azas-azas musyawarah untuk mencapai konsensus dan                 accordance with the principles of consultation to achieve
penghindaran konflik. Perserikatan harus senantiasa               consensus and the avoidance of conflict. The Partnership
berupaya menjadi teladan pemerintahan yang baik, dan              shall at all times strive to be a worthy example of good
dengan demikian, urusan Perserikatan harus senantiasa diatur      governance, and accordingly, the affairs of the Partnership
secara paling baik dan terbuka beretika sesuai dengan azas-azas   shall at all times be governed in the best and most transparent
transparansi, efisiensi, pemberlakuan secara adil, perilaku       ethical manner in accordance with the principles of
beretika baik, dan akuntabilitas. Perserikatan harus senantiasa   transparency, efficiency, equitable treatment, ethical
berupaya menjamin partisipasi luas dalam pemerintahan             behavior, and accountability. The Partnership shall at all
serta memperlakukan setiap orang secara adil. Perserikatan        times strive to ensure broad participation in governance
harus senantiasa menyadari bahwa berbagai macam pihak             and to deal fairly with all persons. The Partnership must
berkepentingan dalam pembaruan pemerintahan (multi-               bear in mind at all times that there are many parties who
stake holders) dan harus berupaya mempertimbangkan                have a stake in governance reform (multi-stake holders)
kepentingan mereka.                                               and shall endeavor to take their interests into
                                                                  consideration.

3.        Perserikatan didirikan untuk waktu yang tidak           3.        The Partnership shall be established for an
ditentukan lamanya dan dianggap dimulai pada tanggal              unlimited period of time and shall be deemed to have
penanda tanganan akta ini.                                        commenced on the date this deed is signed.

4.        Perserikatan tidak bertanggung jawab atas hutang        4.        The Partnership shall not be responsible for the
pribadi para Teman Serikat.                                       personal debts of the Partners.

5.        Perserikatan tidak berakhir jika seorang atau lebih     5.         The Partnership shall not terminate if one or more
Teman Serikat meninggal dunia atau berhenti sebagai Teman         Partners dies or resigns as Partner. In order to give effect to
Serikat. Untuk dapat memberlakukan ketentuan ini, pasal 1646      this provision, article 1646 of the Civil Code is waived.
Kitab Undang-undang Hukum Perdata dikesampingkan.

MAKSUD DAN TUJUAN                                                 OBJECTS AND PURPOSES
Pasal 3.                                                          Article 3.


Maksud dan tujuan Perserikatan ialah melakukan kegiatan untuk     The objects and purposes of the Partnership shall be engage
mendukung pembaruan tata pemerintahan di Indonesia dengan         in activities in support of governance reform in Indonesia by
cara berkonsultasi dan bekerjasama dalam:                         consulting and cooperating in:
a.        menentukan unsur-unsur penting dalam agenda             a.          identifying the essential elements of the
pembaruan tata pemerintahan di Indonesia;                         governance reform agenda in Indonesia;
b.        menyediakan sarana untuk pelaksanaan agenda             b.          providing the means for implementing such
tersebut;                                                         agenda;
c.        menyediakan nasehat tentang pengembangan dan            c.          providing advice in the development and direction
pengarahan prioritas pembaruan;                                   of reform priorities; and
d.        menyediakan koordinasi dan dukungan untuk               d.          providing coordination and support for the
pelaksanaan dan pengelolaan proyek khusus yang dibiayai oleh      implementation and management of specific projects
sumber-sumber dana yang digalang melalui Perserikatan;            financed from resources mobilized through the Partnership;
dengan pengertian bahwa konsultasi dan kerjasama tersebut         it being understood that such consultation and cooperation is
dianggap saling menguntungkan bagi anggota Perserikatan           deemed to be to the mutual benefit of all members of the




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dalam mencapai komitmen masing-masing terhadap                   Partnership in achieving their respective commitments to
pembaruan tata pemerintahan melalui peningkatan kedaya           governance reform by increasing the efficiency and
gunaan dan ketepat gunaan dari tindakannya.                      effectiveness of their actions.

KEGIATAN                                                         ACTIVITIES
Pasal 4.                                                         Article 4.

Untuk memenuhi maksudnya dan mencapai tujuannya,                 In order to fulfil its purposes and achieve its objects, the
Perserikatan dapat melaksanakan kegiatan, turut serta dalam      Partnership may engage in, take part in, and support efforts to
dan membantu usaha-usaha menghimpun dan mengelola dana-          collect and manage funds and other resources obtained from
dana dan sumber daya lainnya, yang diperoleh baik dari sumber-   both domestic and foreign sources, as well as to arrange for
sumber dalam negeri maupun dari sumber-sumber luar negeri,       the channeling of such funds and other resources to
serta mengatur penyaluran dana-dana dan sumber daya              underwrite and assist programs, projects and activities that
tersebut untuk membiayai dan membantu program, proyek dan        may result in the realization of the purposes and objectives of
kegiatan yang dapat mewujudkan tercapainya maksud dan            the Partnership.
tujuan Perserikatan.

MODAL PERSERIKATAN                                               ASSETS OF THE PARTNERSHIP
Article 5.                                                       Article 5.

1.        Modal Perserikatan tidak ditentukan besarnya dan       1.       The assets of the Partnership are not fixed in size
selalu dapat dilihat dari buku-buku Perserikatan.                and may at all times be seen in the books of the Partnership.

2.        Ke dalam Perserikatan telah dimasukkan sebagai         2.        Each Partner has contributed as capital to the
modal oleh masing-masing Teman Serikat tenaga, keahlian,         Partnership its respective efforts, skills, attention, dedication,
ketekunan, dedikasi, pengalaman, kemampuan yang dimiliki         experience, and capabilities as well as other commitments to
oleh masing-masing Teman Serikat serta kesanggupan lain          develop the Partnership.
untuk mengembangkan Perserikatan.

3.        Modal Perserikatan dapat diperbesar dengan:            3.        The assets of the Partnership may be augmented by
a.        bantuan, sumbangan atau sokongan dari Pemerintah       a.        aid, contributions or assistance from the
Republik Indonesia atau pemerintah negara lain, lembaga          Government of the Republic of Indonesia or from the
internasional, perusahaan, masyarakat dan badan-badan atau       governments of other countries, international institutions,
pihak-pihak lain, baik di dalam maupun di luar negeri, yang      companies, society and other entities or persons, both at
menaruh minat untuk mendukung tujuan Perserikatan;               home and abroad, which show an interest in supporting the
                                                                 objectives of the Partnership;
b.        hibah biasa, hibah wasiat, wakaf, dan warisan;         b.        ordinary donations, bequests, waqf, and
                                                                 inheritances;
c.        sumbangan tetap dari para dermawan;                    c.        fixed contributions from philanthropists;
d.         pendapatan lain yang sah dan halal dari usaha-usaha   d.        other lawful and proper income from the
Perserikatan; dan                                                endeavours of the Partnership; and
e.        perolehan lain yang tidak bertentangan dengan          e.        other sources that are not contrary to the Articles of
Anggaran Dasar atau peraturan perundang-undangan yang            Association or prevailing laws and regulations.
berlaku.

4.         Uang yang tidak segera dibutuhkan untuk keperluan     4.          Money not immediately required for the routine
sehari-hari Perserikatan, disimpan di salah satu bank atau       activities of the Partnership, shall be deposited in a bank or
beberapa bank atas nama Perserikatan atau ditanam menurut        several banks in the name of the Partnership or invested as
cara yang ditentukan oleh Dewan Eksekutif, sesuai dengan garis   determined by the Executive Board, in accordance with
besar yang ditetapkan oleh Rapat Teman Serikat.                  guidelines set by the Partners Meeting.

5.         Pendapatan dari kegiatan Perserikatan dan kekayaan    5.         The income from the endeavors of the Partnership
Perserikatan dari manapun juga harus dipakai hanya untuk         and the assets of the Partnership howsoever derived shall be
memajukan maksud dan tujuan Perserikatan, dan tiada bagian       applied solely towards the promotion of the purposes and
apapun yang dapat dibayar, dialihkan atau dibagikan, baik        objectives of the Partnership, and no portion thereof shall be
secara langsung maupun tidak langsung, dengan cara apapun        paid, transferred or distributed, directly or indirectly, by any
juga kepada para Teman Serikat atau anggota Dewan Eksekutif      means whatsoever to the Partners or members of the
atau anggota Rapat Teman Serikat atau pihak lain yang            Executive Board or members of the Partners Meeting other
mempunyai kepentingan terhadap Perserikatan, dengan              parties having interests in the Partnership, provided however:
ketentuan:
a.         bahwa syarat tersebut tidak dimaksudkan untuk         a.          that nothing herein shall prevent the payment, in
menghalangi pembayaran, dengan itikad baik, imbalan yang         good faith of reasonable and proper remuneration to any
wajar dan tepat kepada setiap karyawan atau pengabdi             employee or servant of the Partnership, or to any person
Perserikatan, atau kepada setiap orang yang memberi jasa         rendering services to the Partnership, or to any member of
kepada Perserikatan, atau kepada setiap anggota Dewan            the Executive Board or the Partners in return for any services
Eksekutif atau Teman Serikat, atas jasa yang benar-benar         actually provided to the Partnership, nor prevent the payment
diberikan kepada Perserikatan, atau menghalangi pembayaran       of interest at a rate not exceeding the current bank rate on
bunga yang tidak melebihi suku bunga bank atas deposito          fixed deposits on money loaned to the Partnership nor the
berjangka untuk dana yang dipinjamkan kepada Perserikatan        payment of reasonable rent for premises leased to the
atau pembayaran sewa yang wajar atas tanah dan bangunan          Partnership;
yang disewakan kepada Perserikatan;
b.         bahwa tiada anggota Dewan Eksekutif atau Teman        b.         that no member of the Executive Board or the
Serikat yang ditunjuk untuk jabatan Perserikatan yang            Partners shall be appointed to any office of the Partnership
menerima gaji atau honorarium, dan tiada imbalan atau            paid by salary or fees, and that no remuneration or other
keuntungan lainnya dalam uang atau dengan nilai uang yang        benefit in money or money's worth shall be given by the
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atau Teman Serikat, kecuali penggantian ongkos-ongkos             Partners, except repayment reimbursement of reasonable
pribadi yang wajar yang dipikul berkenaan dengan rapat-           out-of-pocket expenses incurred in connection with the
rapat atau kegiatan Perserikatan. dan bantuan untuk               meetings or the activities of the Partnership. and
memungkinkannya menyumbangkan waktu dan tenaga guna               assistance to enable them to devote their time and energy to
melaksanakan pekerjaan kepengurusan, pengarahan dan               carrying out the work of managing, guiding and supervising
pengawasan Perserikatan.                                          the Partnership.
c.         bahwa Dewan Eksekutif harus mengembangkan              c.         that the Executive Board shall develop and
dan mengusulkan kepada Rapat Teman Serikat untuk                  propose to the Partners Meeting for its approval a detailed
disetujui satu perangkat kebijakan dan prosedur mengenai          set of policies and procedures on payment of remuneration
pembayaran imbalan dan penggantian ongkos sebagaimana             and repayment of expenses as intended by paragraphs a.
dimaksud dengan alinea a. dan b. di atas, termasuk tetapi         and b. above, including without limitation policies on the
tidak terbatas pada kebijakan dan prosedur mengenai               payment of per-diems and/or travel and transport
pemberian per-diem dan/atau tunjangan transpor dan                allowances and the reimbursement of out-of-pocket
perjalanan serta penggantian ongkos-ongkos pribadi yang           expenses incurred in connection with the meetings or the
dipikul berkenaan dengan rapat-rapat atau kegiatan                activities of the Partnership.
Perserikatan.

ORGANISASI PERSERIKATAN                                           ORGANIZATION OF THE PARTNERSHIP
Pasal 6.                                                          Article 6.

1.         Badan tertinggi Perserikatan adalah Rapat Teman        1.          The highest organ of the Partnership shall be the
Serikat rapat anggota Perserikatan, yaitu rapat para teman        Meeting of the Partners meeting of the members of the
serikat, yang dalam Anggaran Dasar ini disebut “Rapat Teman       Partnership, namely the meeting of the partners, which in
Serikat”. Dalam menentukan kebijaksanaan, Rapat Teman             these Articles of Assocation is referred to as the “Partners
Serikat akan meminta petunjuk dari Dewan Pengarah                 Meeting”. In determining policies, the Partners Meeting will
(Governing Board) dan Panitia Kebijakan (Policy Committee)        solicit guidance from the Governing Board and the Policy
sebagaimana dimaksud dalam pembukaan Anggaran Dasar ini.          Committee as referred to in the preamble to these Articles of
                                                                  Association.

2.       Perserikatan dikelola oleh dewan dewan eksekutif         2.        The Partnership shall be managed by a board of
yang dalam Anggaran Dasar ini disebut “Dewan Eksekutif”.          management referred to in these Articles of Association as the
                                                                  “Exectuive Board”.

3.         Dewan Eksekutif dibantu oleh staf di suatu Kantor      3.        The Executive Board shall be shall be assisted by an
Eksekutif yang dipimpin oleh seorang Direktur Eksekutif.          Executive Office headed by an Executive Director.

4.        Rapat Teman Serikat dan/atau Dewan Eksekutif dapat      4.          The Partners Meeting and/or the Executive Board
membentuk panitia, kelompok kerja, dan unit penunjang             may establish committees, working groups, and such other
lainnya dan dapat menunjuk pengawas, auditor, dan penasehat       support units and may appoint such supervisors, auditors, and
yang dianggap perlu guna melaksanakan kegiatan Perserikatan       advisors as may be deemed necessary to carry out the
serta mencapai maksud dan tujuan Perserikatan.                    activities of the Partnership and to achieve the objects and
                                                                  purposes of the Partnership.

KEANGGOTAAN DALAM PERSERIKATAN; RAPAT TEMAN                       MEMBERSHIP IN THE PARTNERSHIP; PARTNERS MEETING
SERIKAT                                                           Article 7.
Pasal 7.

1.          Keanggotaan dalam Perserikatan merupakan hak          1.          Membership in the Partnership is personal in nature
yang bersifat pribadi dan tidak dapat dialihkan kepada pihak      and cannot be transferred to other persons, either directly or
lain, baik secara langsung ataupun melalui waris, dengan          through inheritance, provided however that with respect to a
ketentuan bahwa dalam hal anggota, yang merupakan wakil ex        member, who is an ex officio representatives of countries,
officio dari negara-negara, badan pemerintah, atau lembaga        government agencies or international organizations,
internasional, keanggotaannya akan secara otomatis berpindah      membership shall automatically transfer to the successor in
kepada pengganti dalam jabatan anggota tersebut. Semua            office of such member.
Teman Serikat merupakan anggota Rapat Teman Serikat, yaitu        All Partners are members of the Partners Meeting, namely
Rapat Teman Serikat, dan berhak menghadiri dan memberi            Meetings of the Partners, and are entitled to attend and vote
suara dalam rapat Rapat Teman Serikat. Seorang Teman              in meetings of the Partners Meeting. A Partner may
Serikat dapat menunjuk seorang Teman Serikat yang lain            designate another Partner to represent him/her in a
untuk mewakilinya dalam Rapat Teman Serikat dengan surat          Partners Meeting by written proxy.
kuasa tertulis.

2.         Rapat Teman Serikat dapat memutus untuk                2.          The Partners Meeting may decide to invite other
mengundang orang lain, baik orang pribadi maupun orang            persons, both individuals and representatives ex officio, to
wakil ex officio, menjadi teman serikat dalam hal mayoritas       become partners where in the estimation of a majority of the
anggota Rapat Teman Serikat menganggap orang tersebut             Partners Meeting such persons are of like mind and spirit and
mempunyai jiwa dan semangat yang sama dan memenuhi                meet the following criteria:
persyaratan sebagai berikut:                                      a.          having a strong interest, experience or knowledge
a.         mempunyai minat, pengalaman atau pengetahuan           in the field of governance reform;
dalam bidang pembaruan tata pemerintahan;                         b.          having a good reputation;
b.         mempunyai nama yang baik;                              c.          having a strong commitment to good
c.         mempunyai tekad mewujudkan pemerintahan yang           governance and willing to dedicate themselves strive to
baik dan bersedia berupaya mencapai maksud dan tujuan             achieve the objects and purposes of the Partnership; and
Perserikatan; dan                                                 d.          having good ideas and visions for improvements in
d.         mempunyai ide-ide baik dan wawasan mengenai            the activities of the Partnership or able to provide financial
peningkatan kegiatan Perserikatan atau dapat memberi              support for the activities of the Partnership.
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Dalam memilih teman serikat yang baru, Rapat Teman                into account the composition of the Partnership to ensure
Serikat harus mempertimbangkan susunan Perserikatan               the broadest possible representation of parties concerned
agar sebanyak mungkin pihak yang berkepentingan dengan            with the process of governance reform (multi-stake
proses pembaruan pemerintahan akan terwakili (multi-stake         holders).
holders).

3.         Teman Serikat dapat menjadi anggota Dewan              3.        Partners may become members of the Executive
Eksekutif, akan tetapi tidak dapat menjabat sebagai Direktur      Board, but may not hold the office of Executive Director or
Eksekutif ataupun anggota staf Kantor Eksekutif.                  become staffmembers of the Executive Office.

4.        Keanggotaan dalam Perserikatan berakhir karena:         4.         Membership in the Partnership shall terminate by
a.        berakhirnya masa jabatannya dalam hal wakil ex          reason of:
officio;                                                          a.         the expiry of a term of office in the case of ex officio
b.        meninggal dunia; atau                                   representatives;
c.b.      mengundurkan diri atas permintaan sendiri; atau         b.         death; or
c.        keputusan pemberhentian oleh Rapat Teman                c.b.       resignation at the request of the member
Serikat terhadap seorang teman serikat yang dianggap tidak        concerned; or
lagi mempunyai jiwa dan semangat teman serikat                    c.         a decision of dismissal by the Partners Meeting
sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat (2) di atas.                      with respect to a partner who is deemed to no longer
                                                                  demonstrate the mind and spirit of a partner as intended in
                                                                  section (2) above.

5.          Keputusan rapat sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat       5.         Decisions of the meetings as intended by section (2)
(2) di atas sah apabila dilakukan sesuai dengan ketentuan         above shall be valid if taken in accordance with the provisions
mengenai korum kehadiran dan korum keputusan untuk                regarding the quorum for attendance and the quorum for
perubahan Anggaran Dasar sesuai dengan ketentuan dalam            decisions to amend these Articles of Association as stipulated
undang-undang dan/atau Anggaran Dasar ini.                        by law and/or by these Articles of Association.


6.        Keputusan untuk memberhenti seorang teman               6.        A decision to dismiss a partner as intended by
serikat sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat (4) butir c. di atas      section (4) point c. above may only be made with the
hanya dapat diambil dengan persetujuan dua pertiga (2/3)          approval of two thirds (2/3) of the Partners present or
Teman Serikat yang hadir atau diwakili dalam rapat, setelah       represented in the meeting, after the partner concerned
teman serikat yang bersangkutan diberi kesempatan                 has been given an opportunity to defend him/herself.
membela diri.



KEWENANGAN RAPAT TEMAN SERIKAT                                    AUTHORITIES OF THE PARTNERS MEETING
Pasal 8.                                                          Article 8.

Kewenangan Rapat Teman Serikat sebagaimana dimaksud               The authorities of the Partners Meeting as intended by Article
dalam Pasal 7 ayat (1) meliputi:                                  7 section (1) shall comprise:

1.        Keputusan mengenai perubahan Anggaran Dasar;            1.        Decisions regarding amendment of the Articles of
                                                                  Association;

2.       Penetapan kebijakan umum Perserikatan                    2.        Determination of the general policies of the
berdasarkan Anggaran Dasar Perserikatan;                          Partnership based upon the Articles of Association of the
                                                                  Partnership;

3.       Penetapan keputusan mengenai penggabungan                3.         Determination of decisions regarding the merger or
atau pembubaran Perserikatan.                                     the liquidation of the Partnership.

4.       Pemilihan dan pemberhentian Ketua dan Wakil              4.        Election and dismissal of the Chairperson and
Ketua Perserikatan serta penentuan masa jabatannya,               Vice Chairperson of the Partnership and determination of
dengan ketentuan bahwa masa jabatan tersebut tidak                their terms of office, provided that such terms of office may
dapat melebihi 2 (dua) tahun dan hanya dapat                      not exceed 2 (two) years and may only be extended 1 (one)
diperpanjang 1 (satu) kali.                                       time.

5. a.     Pengangkatan dan perberhentian anggota Dewan            5. a.    Appointment and dismissal of the members of the
Eksekutif serta penentuan masa jabatannya.                        Executive Board and determination of their terms of office.
b.        Pengangkatan dan pemberhentian Ketua dan                b.       Appointment and dismissal of the Chairperson
Sekretaris Dewan Eksekutif, setelah mendengar usul dari           and the Secretary of the Executive Board, after hearing the
Dewan Eksekutif.                                                  recommendations of the Executive Board.

6. a.     Pengesahan program kerja tahunan dan                    6. a.      Ratification of the annual work program and
rancangan anggaran tahunan Perserikatan, atas usul dari           planned annual budget of the Partnership, upon the
Dewan Eksekutif.                                                  recommendation of the Executive Board.
b.        Persetujuan terlebih dulu atas tindakan Dewan           b.         Prior approval of actions of the Executive Board
Eksekutif sebagaimana disyaratkan oleh Pasal 10 ayat 5.           as required by Article 10 section 5.
c.        Persetujuan laporan tahunan sebagaimana                 c.         Approval of the annual report as intended by
dimaksud oleh Pasal 12 ayat (3).                                  Article 12 section (3).

7.        Pengangkatan dan pemberhentian para auditor             7.       Appointment and dismissal of the auditors of the
Perserikatan, atas usul dari Dewan Eksekutif.                     Partnership, upon the Executive Board’s recommendation.




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8.      Pengangkatan Teman Serikat yang baru                     8.        Selection of new Partners as intended by Article 7
sebagaimana dimaksud dengan Pasal 7 ayat (2).                    section (2).

9.      Pemberhentian Teman Serikat sebagaimana                  9.         Dismissal of Partners as intended by Article 7
dimaksud oleh Pasal 7 ayat (4) butir c., dengan                  section (4) point c., with due regard to the provisions of
mengindahkan ketentuan dari Pasal 7 ayat (6).                    Article 7 section (6).

10.       Persetujuan atas perpanjangan masa jabatan             10.       Approval of extensions to the term of office of the
Direktur Eksekutif berdasarkan permintaan Dewan                  Executive Director upon the request of the Executive Board
Eksekutif sesuai dengan Pasal 10 ayat (8).                       in accordance with Article 10 section (8).

DEWAN EKSEKUTIF                                                  EXECUTIVE BOARD
Pasal 9.                                                         Article 9.

1.        Dewan Eksekutif adalah organ Perserikatan yang         1.         The Executive Board is the organ of the Partnership
melaksanakan kepengurusan Perserikatan dan harus terdiri         that carries out the management of the Partnership, and shall
dari paling sedikit 5 (lima) dan paling banyak 9 (sembilan)      consist of at least 5 (five) and at most 9 (nine) members.
anggota. Anggota Dewan Eksekutif dipilih di antara Teman         Members of the Executive Board shall be chosen from
Serikat dengan keputusan Rapat Teman Serikat. Semua              among the Partners by decision of the Partners Meeting. .
Teman Serikat yang merupakan warganegara Indonesia               All Partners who are of Indonesian nationality shall be
menjadi anggota Dewan Eksekutif.                                 members of the Executive Board.

2.         Pengangkatan dan pemberhentian auditor                2.        Appointment and dismissal of the auditors of the
Perserikatan;                                                    Partnership;

3.       Pengesahan program kerja dan rancangan anggaran         3.        Approval of the annual work plan and draft annual
tahunan Perserikatan;                                            budget of the Partnership;

2.         Anggota Dewan Eksekutif tidak boleh merangkap         2.        Members of the Executive Board may not also serve
sebagai Direktur Eksekutif atau sebagai anggota staf Kantor      as the Executive Director or as staffmembers of the Executive
Eksekutif.                                                       Office.

3.         Pengurus Dewan Eksekutif Anggota Dewan                3.         The officers of the Executive Board The members
Eksekutif memilih sendiri para pengurusnya yang harus terdiri    of the Executive Board shall choose their own officers who shall
dari sekurang-kurangnya Ketua dan Sekretaris, yang diangkat      consist of at least a Chairperson and a Secretary, who shall be
dan diberhentikan oleh Rapat Teman Serikat atas usul             appointed and dismissed by the Partners Meeting upon the
Dewan Eksekutif.                                                 recommendation of the Executive Board.

4.       Dewan Eksekutif melaporkan pelaksanaan tugasnya         4.      The Executive Board shall report on the
kepada Rapat Teman Serikat.                                      implementation of their duties to the Partners Meeting.

5.        Dewan Eksekutif dalam melakukan kegiatan sehari        5.          The Executive Board in carrying out routine activites
hari menunjuk/mengangkat seorang Direktur Eksekutif sebagai      shall appoint/hire an Executive Director to execute such
pelaksana. Pendelegasian wewenang dan pemberian tugas            activities. Delegation of authorities and the assignment of
kepada Direktur Eksekutif harus dilakukan secara tertulis.       tasks to the Executive Director must be done in writing. The
Penelaahan jabatan Direktur Eksekutif harus tertulis dan         job description of the Executive Director shall be made in
disetujui oleh Dewan Eksekutif sebagai bagian dari               writing and approved by the Executive Board as part of the
anggaran rumah tangga Perserikatan.                              by-laws of the Partnership.

8.         Pembentukan dan pembubaran panitia, kelompok          8.         Formation and disbanding of committees, working
kerja, dan unit penunjang lainnya yang dianggap perlu guna       groups, and other supporting units as deemed necessary to
melaksanakan kegiatan Perserikatan serta mencapai maksud         carry out the activities of the Partnership and to achieve the
dan tujuan Perserikatan.                                         objects and purposes of the Partnership.

KEWENANGAN DAN TANGGUNG JAWAB DEWAN EKSEKUTIF                    AUTHORITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EXECUTIVE
Pasal 10.                                                        BOARD
                                                                 Article 10.

1.         Dewan Eksekutif bertanggung jawab penuh atas          1.         The Executive Board shall be fully responsible for the
kepengurusan Perserikatan untuk kepentingan dan tujuan           management of the Partnership in the interests and objectives
Perserikatan serta berhak mewakili Perserikatan baik di dalam    of the Partnership and shall be entitled to represent the
maupun di luar Pengadilan.                                       Partnership within as well as outside of Court.

2.         Dewan Eksekutif berkewajiban menjamin bahwa hal-      2.          It shall be the duty of the Executive Board to ensure
ihwal Perserikatan diurus dengan baik dan bahwa kekayaan         the proper management of the affairs and the proper use of
Perserikatan dimanfaatkan dengan baik dan dalam pada itu         the assets of the Partnership and in this regard to establish the
menentukan kebijaksanaan, aturan, peraturan dan anggaran         policies, rules, regulations, and by-laws of the Partnership,
rumah tangga Perserikatan, termasuk prosedur kerja standar,      including, standard operating procedures, employment
prosedur pengangkatan pegawai dan anggaran belanja dan           procedures and the capital and operating budgets, provided
permodalan, dengan ketentuan bahwa kebijaksanaan, aturan,        however that no such policies, rules, regulations, or by-laws
peraturan, atau anggaran rumah tangga tersebut tidak boleh       may contradict the provisions of these Articles of Association.
bertentangan dengan ketentuan Anggaran Dasar ini.                            The Executive Board shall prepare an annual work
           Dewan Eksekutif harus menyusun program kerja          plan and an annual draft budget to be presented to the
tahunan dan rancangan anggaran tahunan untuk                     Partners Meeting for ratification and shall be responsible to
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dan harus bertanggung jawab mengurus Perserikatan                 and budget as ratified.
sesuai dengan program kerja dan anggaran yang telah
disetujui.

3.        Setiap anggota Dewan Eksekutif menjalankan tugas        3.         Each member of the Executive Board shall perform
dengan itikad baik, dan penuh tanggung jawab untuk                his/her duties in good faith, and with full responsibility for the
kepentingan dan tujuan Perserikatan.                              interests and objectives of the Partnership.


4.        Setiap anggota Dewan Eksekutif bertanggung jawab        4.        Each member of the Executive Board shall be
penuh secara pribadi apabila yang bersangkutan dalam              personally fully liable if he/she fails to carry out his/her duties in
menjalankan tugasnya tidak sesuai dengan ketentuan                accordance with the provisions of the Articles of Association,
Anggaran Dasar, yang mengakibatkan kerugian Perserikatan          thereby causing damage to the Partnership or third parties.
atau pihak ketiga.

5.         Dewan Eksekutif mewakili Perserikatan secara           5.          The Executive Board shall directly and validly
langsung dan sah menurut hukum dan berhak untuk mengikat          represent the Partnership and shall be entitled to bind the
Perserikatan kepada pihak lain dan pihak lain kepada              Partnership to other parties and other parties to the
Perserikatan serta berhak untuk mengambil tindakan hukum          Partnership and shall be entitled to take legal actions regarding
mengenai kegiatan atau pemilikan kekayaan Perserikatan,           the activities or the ownership of the assets of the Partnership,
terkecuali untuk tindakan tersebut dibawah ini, Dewan             except that for the actions specified below, the Executive Board
Eksekutif harus memperoleh persetujuan tertulis terlebih          must obtain the prior written approval of the Partners Meeting:
dahulu dari Rapat Teman Serikat:
a.         meminjam atau meminjamkan uang atas nama               a.          borrowing or lending money on behalf of the
Perserikatan (kecuali pengambilan uang dari fasilitas kredit      Partnership (excluding the drawing of money from established
yang telah dibuka);                                               lines of credit);
b.         membeli, menjual, mengalihkan, atau dengan cara        b.          buying, selling, transfering, or by other means
lain memperoleh atau melepaskan hak atas barang tak               acquiring or relinquishing rights to immovable properties of
bergerak milik Perserikatan;                                      the Partnership;
c.         menggadaikan, memberi hak tanggungan, atau             c.          pledging, mortgaging, or by other means
dengan cara lain membebankan kekayaan Perserikatan;               encumbering the assets of the Partnership;
d.         mendirikan atau ikut serta dalam usaha lain;           d.          founding or participating in other enterprises;
e.         menanamkan dana dalam jumlah yang melebihi             e.          investing funds in amounts exceeding the amounts
jumlah yang telah dianggarkan; atau                               budgeted; or
f.         melakukan pemberian atau pembayaran secara tunai       f.          making grants or payments in cash in the scope of
dalam rangka pelaksanaan kegiatan Perserikatan.                   implementation of the activities of the Partnership.


6.         Anggota Dewan Eksekutif tidak berwenang mewakili       6.          A member of the Executive Board shall not be
Perserikatan ikutserta dalam pengambilan keputusan di             authorized to represent the Partnership participate in
Dewan Eksekutif apabila:                                          decision making in the Executive Board if:
a.         terjadi perkara di pengadilan antara Perserikatan      a.          a lawsuit arises between the Partnership and the
dengan anggota Dewan Eksekutif yang bersangkutan; atau            member of the Executive Board concerned; or
b.         anggota Dewan Eksekutif yang bersangkutan              b.          the member of the Executive Board concerned has a
mempunyai kepentingan yang bertentangan berbenturan               conflict of interest with the interests of the Partnership.
dengan kepentingan Perserikatan.

7.         Dewan Eksekutif, dengan tidak mengurangi               7.          The Executive Board, without detracting from their
kewenangan dan tanggung jawabnya, berhak menyerahkan              authority and responsibilities, shall have the right to confer all
sebagian atau seluruh wewenangnya melalui surat kuasa             or part of their authority by written powers of attorney upon
tertulis kepada anggota Dewan Eksekutif tertentu, atau            certain members of the Executive Board, or upon the
kepada Direktur Eksekutif, atau kepada pihak ketiga yang          Executive Director, or upon third parties as the Executive
dianggap baik oleh Dewan Eksekutif.                               Board may deem fit.

8.        Dewan Eksekutif harus mengangkat dan                    8.         The Executive Board shall appoint and dismiss the
memberhentikan Direktur Eksekutif, yang bertanggung jawab         Executive Director, who shall be responsible to the Executive
kepada Dewan Eksekutif dan diberi tugas pelaksanaan               Board and who shall have the duties of carrying out the
pengelolaan dan pengembangan Perserikatan sehari-hari,            routine daily management and development of the
penyusunan dan pemeliharaan catatan yang akurat dan berita        Partnerhsip, maintaining accurate records and minutes of the
acara tentang kegiatan Dewan Eksekutif, pemberitahuan             Executive Board’s activities, notifying relevant persons and
kepada orang dan kelompok yang berkepentingan tentang             groups of meetings and other activities, and performing such
rapat-rapat dan kegiatan lainnya, serta pelaksanaan tugas lain    other activities as the Executive Board may from time to time
sebagaimana dari waktu ke waktu diberikan atau                    delegate or assign to the Executive Director in writing. The
didelegasikan kepada Direktur Eksekutif oleh Dewan Eksekutif      term of office of the Executive Director shall be determined by
secara tertulis. Masa jabatan Direktur Eksekutif ditentukan       the Executive Board, with the provision that to appoint an
oleh Dewan Eksekutif, dengan ketentuan bahwa untuk                Executive Director more than 2 (two) times or for a cumulative
pengangkatan seorang Direktur Eksekutif lebih dari 2 (dua) kali   term of office exceeding 3 (three) years the prior consent of the
atau untuk masa jabatan kumulatif yang melebihi 3 (tiga) tahun    Partners Meeting must be obtained.
harus diperoleh persetujuan terlebih dahulu dari Rapat Teman
Serikat.

9.        Dewan Eksekutif dapat mengangkat karyawan,              9.          The Executive Board may hire such staff, including
termasuk staf Kantor Eksekutif, dan menunjuk penasehat yang       staff of the Executive Office, and appoint such advisors as may
dianggap perlu guna melaksanakan kegiatan Perserikatan serta      be deemed necessary to carry out the activities of the
mencapai maksud dan tujuan Perserikatan. Demi efisiensi dan       Partnership and to achieve the objects and purposes of the
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tertulis kepada Direktur Eksekutif untuk melaksanakan              administration, the Executive Board shall grant a written
wewenang ini untuk dan atas nama Perserikatan.                     power of attorney to the Executive Director to exercise this
                                                                   authority for and on behalf of the Partnership.

10.       Dewan Eksekutif dapat membentuk dan                      10.      The Executive Board may form and disband
membubarkan panitia, kelompok kerja, dan unit penunjang            committees, working groups, and other supporting units as
lainnya yang dianggap perlu guna melaksanakan kegiatan             deemed necessary to carry out the activities of the
Perserikatan serta mencapai maksud dan tujuan                      Partnership and to achieve the objects and purposes of the
Perserikatan.                                                      Partnership.

RAPAT-RAPAT                                                        MEETINGS
Pasal 11.                                                          Article 11.

1.        Rapat Teman Serikat mengadakan rapat sekurang-           1.        The Partners Meeting shall meet at least 3 (three)
kurangnya 3 (tiga) kali setiap tahun takwim. sekali dalam 2        times in each calendar year. every 2 (two) months.
(dua) bulan.

2.        Dewan Eksekutif mengadakan rapat sekurang-               2.         The Executive Board shall meet at least once every
kurangnya sekali sebulan atau setiap waktu jika dianggap perlu     month or at any time deemed necessary by the Chairperson or
oleh Ketua atau atas permintaan tertulis dari sekurang-            upon the written request of at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the
kurangnya 2/3 (dua pertiga) jumlah anggota kepada Ketua atau       members of the Executive Board addressed to the Chairperson
atas permintaan Rapat Teman Serikat.                               or of the Partners Meeting.

3.         Rapat-rapat tersebut pada ayat (1) dan ayat (2) di      3.         Each of the meetings referred to in section (1) and
atas dipimpin oleh Ketuanya masing-masing Ketua Dewan              section (2) above shall be chaired by its respective
Eksekutif atau, jika Ketua berhalangan, dipimpin oleh anggota      Chairperson the Chairperson of the Executive Board and, if
yang diangkat oleh rapat dari para Teman Serikat yang hadir.       the Chairperson is unable to attend, shall be chaired by a
                                                                   member from among the Partners in attendance elected by the
                                                                   meeting.

4.          Rapat dianggap sah apabila dihadiri oleh lebih dari    4.         A meeting shall be valid if attended by more than ½
½ (satu perdua) dari Teman Serikat yang berhak hadir atau          (one half) of the Partners entitled to attend are present or
diwakili di dalam rapat. Untuk keperluan penghitungan              represented at the meeting. For purposes of counting this
korum ini, Teman Serikat yang diwakili oleh kuasa tidak            quorum, Partners represented by proxy shall not be
dihitung.                                                          counted.

5.         Dalam rapat-rapat, setiap Teman Serikat berhak atas     5.          In meetings, each Partner shall be entitled to one
satu suara dan keputusan rapat diambil berdasarkan                 vote and resolutions shall be taken by deliberation to reach
musyawarah untuk mufakat. Apabila dengan cara ini tidak            consensus. If a resolution cannot be reached by this method, a
diperoleh keputusan, maka atas usul yang bersangkutan              vote shall be held on the proposal concerned and the
dilakukan pemungutan suara dan keputusan diambilkan                resolution shall be determined by the approval of more than ½
berdasarkan persetujuan lebih dari ½ (satu perdua) dari seluruh    (one half) of the total number Partners in attendance or
jumlah dari Teman Serikat yang hadir atau diwakili dalam rapat.    represented at the meeting. For purposes of counting votes,
Untuk keperluan penghitungan suara, baik suara dari                both the votes of Partners in attendance and the votes of
Teman Serikat yang hadir maupun suara dari Teman Serikat           Partners represented by proxy shall be counted. Voting on
yang diwakili oleh kuasa dihitung. Untuk keputusan yang            resolutions with regard to the appointment or dismissal of a
menyangkut pengangkatan atau pemberhentian perorangan,             person shall be conducted by secret ballot, whereas voting on
pemungutan suara dilakukan secara bebas dan rahasia,               resolutions with regard to other matters shall be held by open
sedangkan mengenai hal-hal yang lain, pemungutan suara             ballot. Resolutions may also be validly taken outside of a
dilakukan secara bebas dan terbuka. Keputusan dapat pula           meeting, provided that the proposal concerned has been
diambil dengan sah di luar rapat, asal saja usul yang              delivered in writing to all members of the organ concerned and
bersangkutan telah disampaikan secara tertulis kepada semua        all of the members of said organ have approved and signed
anggota organ yang bersangkutan dan semua anggota organ            said proposal.
tersebut telah menyetujui dan menanda tangani usul tersebut.

6.         Jika jumlah yang hadir dalam suatu rapat kurang dari    6.         If the number attending a meeting is less than the
quorum yang ditentukan dalam ayat (4) tidak dapat diperoleh,       quorum stipulated by section (4) cannot be met, the meeting
maka rapat ditunda selama 1 (satu) jam untuk tidak lebih dari      shall be postponed for 1 (one) hour. no more that 7 (seven)
7 (tujuh) hari. Rapat lanjutannya hanya sah jika acara rapat ini   days. The continuation meeting shall only be valid if the
sama dengan acara rapat yang ditunda dengan tidak                  agenda is the same as the postponed meeting regardless of
dihiraukan jumlah Teman Serikat yang hadir. dan apabila            the number of Partners in attendance. and at which more
lebih dari ½ (satu perdua) dari Teman Serikat yang berhak hadir    than ½ (one half) of all Partners entitled to attend are present
atau diwakili. Rapat lanjutan tersebut dapat mengambil             or represented. Resolutions in said continuation meeting may
keputusan berdasarkan persetujuan suara terbanyak dari             be taken by the approval of a majority of the votes of the
Teman Serikat yang hadir atau diwakili dalam rapat.                Partners in attendance or represented at the meeting.

7.         Untuk memanggil suatu rapat, Sekretaris Dewan           7.         To call a meeting, the Secretary of the Executive
Eksekutif wajib mengirim undangan tertulis kepada para             Board shall be obligated to send a written invitation to all
Teman Serikat yang bersangkutan dengan menyebutkan                 Partners concerned, stating all matters to be discussed at the
segala hal yang akan dibahas dan selambat-lambatnya 7 (tujuh)      meeting, which shall be received by the members no later than
hari sebelum tanggal rapat pertama atau, dalam hal rapat           7 (seven) days prior to the date of the meeting, or, in the event
lanjutan, 1 (satu) hari sebelum tanggal rapat lanjutan,            of a continuation meeting, no later than 1 (one) day prior to the
undangan termaksud harus sudah diterima oleh para anggota.         date of the continuation meeting. The requirements for prior
Syarat pemberitahuan terlebih dulu sebagaimana tercantum di        notice as set forth above may be waived by a meeting at which
atas dapat ditiadakan oleh rapat di mana semua Teman Serikat       all Partners entitled to attend are present or represented.
yang berhak hadir atau diwakili.



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LAPORAN TAHUNAN                                                  ANNUAL REPORT
Pasal 12.                                                        Article 12.

1.        Tahun buku Perserikatan berjalan dari tanggal          1.          The financial year of the Partnership shall be from
pertama bulan Januari sampai dengan tanggal terakhir bulan       the first day of January up to the thirty-first day of December in
Desember tiap tahun. Untuk pertama kalinya buku Perserikatan     each year. In the first instance, the financial year shall run from
dimulai pada tanggal dari akta ini dan ditutup pada tanggal      the date of formation until the thirty-first day of December two
tigapuluh satu Desember tahun dua ribu tiga (31-12-2003).        thousand three (31-12-2003).

2.         Pada akhir bulan Desember tiap Tahun Buku, buku       2.          At the end of December each Financial Year, the
Perserikatan ditutup. Dalam waktu selambatnya 3 (tiga) bulan     books of the Partnership shall be closed. Within 3 (three)
setelah buku Perserikatan ditutup, Dewan Eksekutif dengan        months after said closing of the books at the latest, the
bantuan Direktur Eksekutif harus, sesuai dengan peraturan        Executive Board with the assistance of the Executive Director,
perundang-undangan yang berlaku, menyusun laporan                shall, in accordance with prevailing laws and regulations,
tahunan mengenai kegiatan Perserikatan termasuk laporan          prepare an annual report on the activities of the Partnership
keuangan dan neraca yang mencerminkan keadaan keuangan           including a financial statement and balance sheet regarding
Perserikatan dalam tahun sebelumnya, yang diaudit oleh suatu     the financial condition of the Partnership during the preceding
firma akuntan publik dengan reputasi baik yang dikenal secara    year, which shall be audited by reputable, internationally
internasional yang diangkat oleh Rapat Teman Serikat, atas       recognized firm of public accountants appointed by the
usul dari Dewan Eksekutif.                                       Partners Meeting, upon the recommendation of the
                                                                 Executive Board.

3.         Laporan keuangan dan neraca tersebut harus            3.          Said financial statement and balance sheet shall be
ditanda tangani oleh para auditor yang memeriksa keadaan         signed by the auditors who have audited the financial
keuangan Perserikatan. Laporan tahunan tersebut, termasuk        condition of the Partnership. Said annual report, containing
laporan keuangan dan neraca tersebut, harus ditanda tangani      said financial statement and balance sheets shall be signed by
oleh semua anggota Dewan Eksekutif dan harus disampaikan         all members of the Executive Board and shall be submitted to
kepada Rapat Teman Serikat pada rapatnya yang berikut untuk      the Partners Meeting at their next meeting for their validation
dimintakan persetujuan dan pengesahannya. Jika seorang           and approval. If a member of the Executive Board fails to sign
anggota Dewan Eksekutif tidak menanda tangani laporan            the annual report, he/she must state his/her reasons therefor in
tahunan, maka yang bersangkutan harus menyebutkan                writing. The Partners Meeting shall be entitled at any
alasannya secara tertulis. Rapat Teman Serikat berhak untuk      reasonable time to request the Executive Board to show the
setiap saat yang wajar meminta kepada Dewan Eksekutif untuk      books and records of the Partnership, to examine such books
menunjukkan pembukuan dan catatan keuangan Perserikatan,         and records and to ask questions about the management of
memeriksa pembukuan dan catatan tersebut serta mengajukan        the activities and assets of the Partnership, and the Executive
pertanyaan tentang pengelolaan kegiatan dan kekayaan             Board shall be obligated to comply with such requests of the
Perserikatan, dan Dewan Eksekutif wajib memenuhi                 Partners Meeting.
permintaan Rapat Teman Serikat tersebut.

4.         Pada rapat di mana laporan tahunan disampaikan,       4.        At the meeting at which the annual report is
Rapat Teman Serikat harus menunjuk para auditor Perserikatan     submitted, the Partners Meeting shall appoint the auditors of
untuk tahun berikut. Tiada anggota Dewan Eksekutif atau          the Partnership for the following year. No member of the
anggota Rapat Teman Serikat atau Direktur Eksekutif maupun       Executive Board nor any member of the Supervisors nor any
pegawai Perserikatan yang dapat menjabat sebagai auditor         member of the Partners Meeting nor the Executive Director nor
Perserikatan.                                                    any employee of the Partnership may serve as an auditor of the
                                                                 Partnership.

PERUBAHAN ANGGARAN DASAR                                         AMENDMENT OF THE ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
Pasal 13.                                                        Article 13.

1.        Anggaran Dasar dapat diubah berdasarkan                1.          The Articles of Association may be amended on the
keputusan Rapat Luar Biasa Rapat Teman Serikat yang              basis of a resolution of an Extraordinary Meeting of the Partners
diselenggarakan khusus untuk keperluan itu.                      Meeting held especially for that purpose.

2.         Rapat Luar Biasa Rapat Teman Serikat sebagaimana      2.         An Extraordinary Meeting of the Partners Meeting as
dimaksud dalam ayat (1) hanya sah apabila dihadiri oleh paling   intended by section (1) shall only be valid if attended by at least
sedikit 2/3 (dua per tiga) dari Teman Serikat.                   2/3 (two thirds) of the Partners.

3.        Perubahan Anggaran Dasar sebagaimana dimaksud          3.        Amendment of the Articles of Association as
dalam ayat (1) dilakukan dengan akta notaris dan dibuat dalam    intended by section (1 ) shall be made as a notarial deed and
bahasa Indonesia.                                                shall be made in the Indonesian language.

4. a.      Keputusan Rapat Rapat Teman Serikat sebagaimana       4. a.      A resolution of the Meeting of the Partners Meeting
dimaksud dalam ayat (1) diambil berdasarkan musyawarah           as intended by section (1) shall be taken by deliberation to
untuk mufakat.                                                   reach consensus.
b.         Apabila dengan cara musyawarah untuk mufakat          b.         If a resolution cannot be reached by deliberation to
tidak diperoleh keputusan, maka atas usul yang bersangkutan      reach consensus, a vote shall be held on the proposal
dilakukan pemungutan suara dan keputusan diambilkan              concerned and the resolution shall be determined by the
berdasarkan persetujuan paling sedikit 2/3 (dua pertiga) dari    approval of at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the total number of
seluruh jumlah Teman Serikat yang hadir dalam rapat.             Partners in attendance at the meeting.

5. a.       Dalam hal korum sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat      5. a.      In the event a quorum as intended by section (2) is
(2) tidak tercapai, Rapat Luar Biasa Rapat Teman Serikat yang    not reached, a second Extraordinary Meeting of the Partners
kedua dapat diselenggarakan paling cepat 3 (tiga) hari           Meeting may be held at the soonest 3 (three) days after the
terhitung sejak tanggal rapat pertama.                           date of the first meeting.



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b.         Rapat Luar Biasa Rapat Teman Serikat yang kedua         b.        The second Extraordinary Meeting of the Partners
sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat (4) (a) sah, apabila dihadiri      Meeting as intended in section (4) (a) shall be valid if attended
oleh lebih dari ½ (satu per dua) dari seluruh Teman Serikat.       by more than ½ (one half) of all of the Partners.
c.         Keputusan Rapat Luar Biasa Rapat Teman Serikat          c.        A resolution of the second Extraordinary Meeting of
yang kedua sah, apabila diambil berdasarkan persetujuan suara      the Partners Meeting shall be valid if taken by the approval of a
terbanyak dari jumlah Teman Serikat yang hadir.                    majority of the number of Partners in attendance.

6.        Perubahan Anggaran Dasar tidak dapat dilakukan           6.        Amendment of the Articles of Association may not
pada saat Perserikatan dinyatakan dalam keadaan pailit, kecuali    be made when the Partnership has been declared bankrupt,
atas persetujuan kurator.                                          except with the approval of the receiver.

PENGGABUNGAN DAN LIKUIDASI                                         MERGER AND LIQUIDATION
Pasal 16.14.                                                       Article 16. 14.

1.         Dengan mengindahkan ketentuan peraturan                 1.         With due regard to the provisions of prevailing laws
perundangan yang berlaku, maka Penggabungan atau                   and regulations, the Merger or Liquidation of the Partnership
Likuidasi Perserikatan hanya dapat dilakukan berdasarkan           may only be made on the basis of a resolution of an
keputusan Rapat Luar Biasa Rapat Teman Serikat yang                Extraordinary Meeting of the Partners Meeting held especially
diselenggarakan khusus untuk keperluan itu yang dihadiri oleh      for that purpose attended by at least ¾ (three fourths) of the
paling sedikit ¾ (tiga per empat) dari jumlah Teman Serikat dan    Partners and approved by at least ¾ (three fourths) of the
disetujui paling sedikit oleh ¾ (tiga per empat) dari jumlah       number of Partners in attendance at the Meeting.
Teman Serikat yang hadir dalam Rapat.

2.         Perserikatan bubar karena:                              2.          The Partnership shall be dissolved if:
a.         tujuan Perserikatan telah tercapai atau tidak           a.          the objectives of the Partnership have been met or
mungkin tercapai;                                                  cannot be met;
b.         pembubaran diwajibkan oleh putusan pengadilan           b.          dissolution is ordered by a final and binding decision
yang telah memperoleh kekuatan hukum tetap berdasarkan             of a court for reasons stated in such decision;
alasan yang dijelaskan dalam putusan tersebut;
c.         Perserikatan melanggar ketertiban umum dan              c.         the Partnership violates the public order and
kesusilaan;                                                        propriety;
d.         Perserikatan tidak mampu membayar utangnya              d.         the Partnership is unable to pay its debts after
setelah dinyatakan pailit; atau                                    having been declared bankrupt; or
e.         harta kekayaan Perserikatan tidak cukup untuk           e.         the assets of the Partnership are insufficient to pays
melunasi utangnya setelah pernyataan pailit dicabut.               its debts after a declaration of bankruptcy has been withdrawn.

3. a.       Dalam hal Perserikatan bubar karena alasan             3. a.      In the event the Partnership is dissolved due to a
sebagaimana dimaksud dalam ayat (3) (a), Rapat Teman Serikat       reason as intended by section (3) (a), the Partners Meeting shall
menunjuk likuidator untuk membereskan kekayaan                     appoint a liquidator to liquidate the assets of the Partnership.
Perserikatan.
b.          Dalam hal tidak ditunjuk likuidator, Dewan Eksekutif   b.         In the event no liquidator is appointed, the Executive
bertindak selaku likuidator.                                       Board shall serve as the liquidator.
c.          Dalam hal Perserikatan bubar, Perserikatan tidak       c.         In the event the Partnership is dissolved, the
dapat melakukan perbuatan hukum kecuali untuk                      Partnership shall no longer be able to take legal actions other
membereskan kekayaannya dalam proses likuidasi.                    than to liquidate its assets in the process of liquidation.
d.          Dalam hal Perserikatan sedang dalam proses                        d.          Where the Partnership is undergoing a
likuidasi, untuk semua surat keluar, dicantumkan frasa “dalam      process of liquidation, the phrase “in liquidation” shall be
likuidasi” dibelakang nama Perserikatan.                           added to all outgoing correspondence after the name of the
                                                                   Partnership.

4. a.     Dalam hal Perserikatan bubar karena putusan              4. a.      In the event the Partnership is dissolved by a court
pengadilan maka pengadilan menunjuk likuidator.                    decision, the court shall appoint a liquidator.
b.        Dalam hal pembubaran Perserikatan karena pailit,         b.         In the event of the dissolution of the Partnership due
berlaku peraturan perundang-undangan di bidang Kepailitan.         to bankruptcy, the laws and regulations concerning
                                                                   bankruptcy shall apply.
c.         Ketentuan Anggaran Dasar ini mengenai                   c.         The provisions of these Articles of Association with
pengangkatan, pemberhentian sementara, pemberhentian,              respect to the appointment, provisional suspension, dismissal,
wewenang, kewajiban, tugas dan tanggung jawab Dewan                authorities, obligations, duties and responsibilities of the
Eksekutif, berlaku juga bagi likuidator.                           Executive Board shall also apply to the liquidator.

5.        Likuidator atau kurator yang ditunjuk untuk              5.         A liquidator or receiver appointed to carry out the
melakukan pemberesan kekayaan Perserikatan dalam jangka            liquidation of the assets of the Partnership shall within a period
waktu paling lambat 5 (lima) hari terhitung sejak tanggal          at the latest 5 (five) days after the date of appointment
penunjukkan wajib mengumumkan pembubaran Perserikatan              announce the dissolution of the Partnership and the process of
dan proses likuidasi kekayaannya dalam surat kabar harian          liquidation of its assets in a daily newspaper in the Indonesian
berbahasa Indonesia.                                               language.

6.         Likuidator atau kurator dalam jangka waktu paling       6.          The liquidator or receiver shall within a period of at
lambat 30 (tiga puluh) hari terhitung sejak tanggal proses         the latest 30 (thirty) days from the date on which the process of
likuidasi berakhir, wajib mengumumkan hasil likuidasi dalam        liquidation ended announce the results of the liquidation in a
surat kabar harian berbahasa Indonesia.                            daily newspaper in the Indonesian language.

7. a.      Likuidator atau kurator dalam waktu paling lambat 7     7. a.       The liquidator or receiver shall within a period of at
(tujuh) hari terhitung sejak tanggal proses likuidasi berakhir     the latest 7 (seven) days from the date on which the process of
wajib melaporkan pembubaran Perserikatan kepada Rapat              liquidation ended report the dissolution of the Partnership to
Teman Serikat.                                                     the Partners Meeting.



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b.         Dalam hal laporan mengenai pembubaran                 b.         Where the report on the dissolution of the
Perserikatan dan pengumuman hasil likuidasi tidak dilakukan,     Partnership and the announcement of the results of the
bubarnya Perserikatan tidak berlaku bagi pihak ketiga.           liquidation have not been made, the dissolution of the
                                                                 Partnership shall not apply to third parties.

8. a.    Kekayaan sisa hasil likuidasi disumbangkan kepada       8. a.      Any assets remaining as the result of liquidation shall
badan hukum lain yang mempunyai maksud dan tujuan yang           be contributed to another legal entity having the same or
sama atau serupa secara berarti dengan Perserikatan.             substantially similar purposes and objectives as the
                                                                 Partnership.
b.        Dalam hal kekayaan sisa hasil likuidasi tidak          b.         In the event that the assets remaining as the result of
disumbangkan kepada badan hukum lain sebagaimana                 liquidation are not contributed to another legal entity as
dimaksud dalam ayat (8) (a), sisa kekayaan tersebut diserahkan   intended by section (8) (a), such remaining assets shall be
kepada Negara untuk digunakan sesuai dengan maksud dan           surrendered to the State to be used in accordance with the
tujuan Perserikatan.                                             purposes and objectives of the Partnership.

Akhirnya para penghadap menerangkan bahwa dengan                 Finally the appearers declared that deviating from the
menyimpang dari ketentuan Anggaran Dasar yang disebut di         foregoing provisions of the Articles of Association, at the outset
atas, untuk pertama kalinya Rapat Teman Serikat, Dewan           the Partners Meeting, Executive Board and Executive Director
Eksekutif dan Direktur Eksekutif Perserikatan adalah sebagai     of the Partnership shall be as follows:
berikut:

RAPAT TEMAN SERIKAT:                                             PARTNERS MEETING
1. Nyonya Insinyr ERNA WITOELAR;                                 1. Ms. Ir ERNA WITOELAR;
2. Tuan SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO;                                2. Mr. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO;
3. Tuan Doktor BOEDIONO;                                         3. Mr. DR. BOEDIONO;
4. Tuan NURCHOLISH MADJID;                                       4. Mr. NURCHOLISH MADJID;
5. Tuan Dokter Doktor DANIEL DHADIKAE;                           5. Mr. Dr. DR. DANIEL DHADIKAE;
6. Tuan Professor Doktor AZYUMARDI AZRA;                         6. Mr. Prof. DR. AZYUMARDI AZRA;
7. Tuan Doktorandus TRIYONO BUDI SASONGKO;                       7. Mr. Drs. TRIYONO BUDI SASONGKO;
8. Nyonya NURSYAHBANI KATJASUNGKANA, Sarjana Hukum;              8. Ms. NURSYAHBANI KATJASUNGKANA, Sarjana Hukum;
9. Tuan Haji BENJAMIN MANGKOEDILAGA;                             9. Mr. H. BENJAMIN MANGKOEDILAGA;
10. Tuan Professor Doktor JOHANES BERCHMANS KRISTIADI;           10. Mr. Prof. DR. JOHANES BERCHMANS KRISTIADI;
11. Tuan Professor Doktor JACOB ELFINUS SAHETAPY, Sarjana        11. Mr. Prof. DR. JACOB ELFINUS SAHETAPY, Sarjana Hukum;
Hukum;                                                           12. Mr. Drs. ERRY RIYANA HARDAJPAMEKAS;
12. Tuan Doktorandus ERRY RIYANA HARDAJPAMEKAS;                  13. Mr. Dr. DR. DJUNAEDI HADISUMART0;
13. Tuan Dokter Doktor DJUNAEDI HADISUMART0;                     14. Mr. DR. MAKARIM WIBISONO;
14. Tuan Doktor MAKARIM WIBISONO;                                15. Mr. MARZUKI DARUSMAN, Sarjana Hukum;
15. Tuan MARZUKI DARUSMAN, Sarjana Hukum;                        16. Mr. Rev. Dr. DR. KAREL PHILEMON ERARI;
16. Tuan Pendeta Dokter Doktor KAREL PHILEMON ERARI;             17. Mr. Bishop PETRUS TURANS;
17. Tuan USKUP Uskup PETRUS TURANS;                              18. Ms. SHANTI LASMNINGSIH POESPOSOETJIPTO;
18. Nyonya SHANTI LASMNINGSIH POESPOSOETJIPTO;                   19. Ms. FELIA SALIM;
19. Nyonya FELIA SALIM;                                          20. Ms. NAIMAH HASAN.
20. Nyonya NAIMAH HASAN.

DEWAN EKSEKUTIF:                                                 EXECUTIVE BOARD:
1. Nyonya SHANTI LASMNINGSIH POESPOSOETJIPTO;                    1. Ms. SHANTI LASMNINGSIH POESPOSOETJIPTO;
2. Tuan Dokter Doktor DANIEL DHADIKAE;                           2. Mr. Dr. DR. DANIEL DHADIKAE;
3. Tuan Professor Doktor AZYUMARDI AZRA;                         3. Mr. Prof. DR. AZYUMARDI AZRA;
4. Tuan Doktorandus TRIYONO BUDI SASONGKO;                       4. Mr. Drs. TRIYONO BUDI SASONGKO;
5. Nyonya NURSYAHBANI KATJASUNGKANA, Sarjana Hukum;              5. Ms. NURSYAHBANI KATJASUNGKANA, Sarjana Hukum;
6. Tuan Professor Doktor JOHANES BERCHMANS KRISTIADI;            6. Mr. Prof. DR. JOHANES BERCHMANS KRISTIADI;
7. Tuan MARZUKI DARUSMAN, Sarjana Hukum;                         7. Mr. MARZUKI DARUSMAN, Sarjana Hukum;
8. Tuan Pendeta Dokter Doktor KAREL PHILEMON ERARI;              8. Mr. Rev. Dr. DR. KAREL PHILEMON ERARI;
9. Nyonya NAIMAH HASAN.                                          9. Ms. NAIMAH HASAN.

DIREKTUR EKSEKUTIF                                               EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Tuan Doktor HARBRINDERJIT SINGH DILLON                           Mr. DR. HARBRINDERJIT SINGH DILLON

DEMIKIAN AKTA INI                                                THUS IS THIS DEED
Dibuat sebagai minuta dan dilangsungkan di Jakarta pada hari     Made as minutes and conducted in Jakarta on the day and date
dan tanggal tersebut di atas, dengan dihadiri oleh nona          stated above, in the presence of Miss HINDIJANI NOVITA,
HINDIJANI NOVITA, Karyawan dari Kantor Kemitraan                 Employee of the Partnership Office, residing in Bandung,
Partnership, bertempat tinggal di Bandung, untuk sementara       temporarily present in Jakarta, and Mr. SUPRIADJI, Notarial
berada di Jakarta, dan tuan SUPRIADJI, pegawai Notaris,          staff, residing in Jakarta, as witnesses.
bertempat tinggal di Jakarta, sebagai saksi-saksi.

Akta ini dengan segera setelah saya, Notaris, bacakan kepada     Immediately after this deed was read by me, Notary, to the
para penghadap dan saksi-saksi, ditandatangani oleh para         appearers and the witnesses it was signed by the appearers,
penghadap, kemudian oleh saksi-saksi dan saya, Notaris.          and then by the witnesses and me, Notary.

Dibuat dengan tidak memakai perubahan.                           Made without amendments.

Minuta akta ini telah ditandatangani secukupnya.                 The minutes of this deed have been sufficiently signed.

Dikeluarkan sebagai salinan.                                     Issued as a copy.




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