|INDONESIAN TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAMS|
The Indonesian Technical Cooperation Programs (ITCP) which was established in 1981, has continuously offered TCDC Programs to all developing countries.
ITCP is a mean to share the Indonesian experience among the developing countries in the effort to develop knowledge, expertise and development vision to address common critical needs and problems in development. Further improve the system of information exchange to facilitate matching of technical capacities and needs, thereby through enhanced knowledge and understanding of strategic capacities and needs, intensifying transfer of knowledge and skills among developing countries.
At present ITCP has covered more than 90 countries and more than 4000 participants of Asia Pacific, Africa and Latin America. For this purpose, ITCP has been financed through the national budget or by what so also called tripartite or multipartite arrangement.
The activities of ITCP covers:
The fields of Indonesian training programs covers:
WHAT IS TCDC?
Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (TCDC) is one of vital means of building communication and of promoting wider and more effective cooperation among the developing countries as for accelerating economic and social development of these countries as well as to promote more effective integration within the international economic system. The concept of TCDC, which was formulated by the Non-Aligned Movement together with Group of 77, was subsequently adopted by the United Nations in 1978 and know as the Buenos Aires Plan of Action on TCDC.
As stipulated in the Buenos Aires Plan of Action the main objectives of TCDC are:
TCDC has served many other purposes, such as overcoming attitudial barriers, increase awareness of its own capabilities, skill and experience and enhancing solidarity among the developing countries.
Based on these objective set in the Buenos Aires Plan of Action, the Indonesia Technical Cooperation Programs (ITCP) was established in 1981.
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