Pledges by the Head of Delegation at the 45th Colombo Plan Consultative Committee Meeting, Suva, Fiji, 28-30 September 2016
Wednesday, 05 October 2016 07:51

Mr. Chairman,

Secretary General of the Colombo Plan,

Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlement,

Let me begin by thanking the Government of the Fiji for for the hospitality and the excellent organization of the 45th CCM Meeting. I would also extend my appreciation to the Colombo Plan Secretariat and other stakeholders for organizing this important forum.

Mr. Chairman,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

For Indonesia, South-South Cooperation is one of strategies to achieve development goals. Indonesia has integrated South-South Cooperation into its 2014-2019 the Medium-term National Development Goals. This is example of how we view South-South Cooperation to be one of our national priorities.



Sharing best practices and experience on women and leadership
Monday, 26 September 2016 06:42

“As an individual, women have unique perspective in seeing opportunities, chances, and responsibilities. Therefore they are more responsive in various public and domestic affairs, making their leadership essential to the communities” said H.E. Yohana Yembise, the Minister of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection during the opening ceremony of the Sharing Best Practices and Experiences on Women and Leadership Program, Surabaya (19/9).This, as much, summarizes the whole idea of women empowerment. That, women should lead, creating new solutions to many public difficulties.

Sharing Best Practices and Experiences on Woman and Leadership is a collaborative work of the Ministry of State Secretariat, Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection, and the Colombo Plan Secretariat, aimed to address many complex issues women faced nowadays, such as violence, discrimination, poverty, sexism, impacts of new technologies, threats of environmental degradations and many more. 18 participants from Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Fiji, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam, each share their experiences of women’s empowerment and leadership and how it may lead to better communities.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016 08:39

Through the Asian African Commemoration 2015, Indonesia with the support of UNDP  and Norway through the project of strengthening Innovative Partnership for development Cooperation (SIP-DC), introduced its featured program in the exhibition of Indonesia's SSTC which was successfully conducted by the national Coordination team along with the ministries and institutions. Indonesia was certain to have a strategic role in leveraging global prosperity and world peace. The national Coordination team saw the importance in utilizing the Asian African Conference Commemoration as the perfect opportunity to improve the visibility of Indonesia's sstC program through the exhibition. The exhibition promoted the theme "Advancing south-south and triangular Cooperation”. The aims of the exhibition were:

1. Promoting Indonesia’s program and capacity in implementing south-south Cooperation for the Asian and African countries

2. Showing Indonesia’s commitment in south-south partnership among Asian African countries

3. Introducing national Coordination team as the gate of Indonesia SSTC for Asian African countries.


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