TCTP on TV Documentary Program Production
Monday, 17 March 2014 07:50

To provide the participants from Asia and African countries an opportunity to update and upgrade technique of audio works as well as provide an opportunity to exchange ideas, information and experience among themselves in order to broaden and enrich their abilities and skills.

Based on the General Information of this training, that statement is the main purpose of the Third Country Training Program on Documentary Program Production which held by the Multi Media Training Center (MMTC), Yogyakarta on September 15th until October 12th 2013. This training is the third batch of the third phase that implemented under the cooperation between the Government of Japan, through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), and the Government of Indonesia.

The Government of Japan (through JICA Indonesia office), and the Government of Indonesia (through the Ministry of State Secretariat, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Ministry of Communication and Information Technology) were working together to prepare the preparation of the training course. The preparations include the selection of the participants, coordination with the Indonesian’s embassy in each invited countries, until the participants came to Indonesia. This year, this training was attended by twelve participants from six Asia and African countries, namely: Mr. Shompong Phondy and Ms. Viengkhone Keohavong from Lao PDR; Mr. Alberto da Costa Ribeiro and Mr. Anito Inacio Soares from Timor Leste; Ms. Myat Oo Hlaing from Myanmar, Ms. Tann Sokly and Mr. Tith Chamroeun Reach from Cambodia; Mr. Sonam,  Ms. Kinzang Dolma and Ms. Tshering Lham Thaye from Bhutan; also Ms. Beene Mujalaand Ms. Judy Mwenya Ng’andu from Zambia.


Training on Management of South-South Cooperation in Brazil
Friday, 14 March 2014 05:04

Emerging economies have been increasingly putting their efforts to support other countries in development. Knowledge sharing activities under the framework of South-South Cooperation (SSC) is flourishing and getting stronger as a complementary for North-South development cooperation. To improve the implementation of South-South Cooperation, a training on Management of South-South Cooperation was held in Brazilia on 11-15 March 2013.

The training took place at the Palacio Itamaraty, the Ministry of External Affairs of Brazil. It was organized jointly by the Brazilian Cooperation Agency of the Ministry of External Relations of Brazil (ABC), the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the United Nations Office of South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC).

The objective of the training was to identify experiences and best practices developed by the represented institutions that may be shared and learned. The training served as a forum for the participants from various countries to share and learn experiences in management of South-South Cooperation. This training is also a follow up of a planning workshop that previously held on January 10 and 11th in Brasilia.

41 participants representing 37 countries in American, Asian, Middle Eastern and African region participated at the training. The participants mostly are middle-level government officials in charge for managing South-South Cooperation. Indonesia was represented by Mr. Amri Sumodiningrat, Head of America and Europe Technical Cooperation, Bureau for Technical Cooperation, Ministry of State Secretariat.


Training Course on Empowering Women Through Social, Economic, and Cultural Intervention “The Success Story of Bali’s Community Development”
Thursday, 06 February 2014 06:33

The Government of Indonesia and Colombo Plan had organized the 3rd batch of the Training Course on Empowering Women through Social, Economic, and Cultural Intervention, from 15 to 22 September 2013. As for this batch, there were some changes related to the implementation of the training program. The substance of this year training was more dense than the substance in the previous batch. The National Population and Family Planning Board as the implementing agency had improved the design of the training program. The location of the study visit was moved from West Java Province to Bali Province considered that some community developments in Bali had already achieved the goal of national program in the field of population and family planning. Therefore, it would be appropriate and relevant to conduct the study visit to Bali.


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