Class session during the Training Course on Low Cost Housing

Participants welcomed by Balinese traditional dancer


Participants welcomed by traditional Balinese Dancer during the field visit in Bali

Various participants attended the training in Singosari, Malang.
Afghanistan participants observing rice harvest. The training is specifically aimed to improve the capacity of Afghanistan agriculture officials.
Indonesia has the commitment to help Afghanistan through capacity building

Formulation of Monitoring and Evaluation Instrument and Guidelines for Expert Dispatch under the Framework of South-South Cooperation
Thursday, 26 April 2018 00:58


May – November 2018 (7 months) (Phase I)


Indonesia has been playing an important role on the international stage. As a key player in ASEAN, an active member of the G20, the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC), and the High-Level Panel on the Global Development Framework beyond 2015, the country has taken responsibility in shaping global policies. One key element of this development is the heavy engagement of Indonesia in the area of South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSC), also directly corresponds to the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly goal 17.


South-South and Triangular Technical Coordination Meeting: Formulating Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines for Expert Dispatch
Thursday, 29 March 2018 02:46

On Thursday, 22 March 2018, Bureau for Foreign Technical Cooperation, Ministry of State Secretariat, Co-Chairs of Working Group 3 in National Coordination Team of South-South Cooperation (NCT-SSC) held South-South and Triangular Technical Cooperation Coordination Meeting with the support of the German Government/GIZ through South-South and Triangular Cooperation – Networks for Global Governance (SSTC-NGG) and the US Government/USAID through US-Indonesia Partnership for South-South Triangular Cooperation Component-1 (USIP-1).

Nanik Purwanti, Head of the Bureau, opened the first agenda of the meeting which was Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation Instrument and Guideline for Expert Dispatch for South-South Cooperation. Since 2010, Ministry of State Secretariat along with Ministry of National Development Planning, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Ministry of Finance plays a significant role in global cooperation where the four ministries coordinate the implementation of South-South and Triangular cooperation of Indonesia.

Ms. Purwanti stated that the purpose of the coordination meeting is to discuss the significance of having monitoring and evaluation guidelines and instruments for expert dispatch under the framework of South-South and Triangular Cooperation; discussing the mechanism and procedures of expert dispatch starting from the recruitment process, orientation and pre-departure briefing, and the assignment itself; enhancing the capacity of line ministries and Centre of Excellence particularly in monitoring and evaluation; and discussing the Term of Reference for the consultant who will be assisting the NCT-SSC in formulating the guidelines and instruments.

Currently, the NCT-SSC has a monitoring and evaluation guideline for international training, a project that was supported by JICA. “Combine with the guideline for monitoring and evaluation for Expert Dispatch, both guidelines will complement other monitoring and evaluation guidelines needed for Indonesia South-South Cooperation,” said Ms. Purwanti.

The Bureau invited Director for Foreign Policy and International Development Cooperation, Ministry of National Development Planning, Dewo Broto Joko Putranto; Principal Advisor SSTC-NGG, Dr. Hirbod Aminlari; Head of Program and Cooperation, Center of Agricultural Training, Ministry of Agriculture, Dewi Darmayanti; Seaweed Expert, Center of Marine and Fisheries Training, Winner Perkasa Indonesia Unggul, partner of Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Maria Gigih Setiarti. They were invited to share their expertise during the discussion which was moderated by Muhammad Fahrurozi, Head of South-South and Triangular Technical Cooperation Division, Ministry of State Secretariat. In the discussion, the participants and the experts gave insightful feedback and share their experiences in sending experts from Indonesia. The monitoring and evaluation mechanism and instrument is aimed to be a standard for line ministries and other South-South Cooperation implementing agencies in sending experts from Indonesia.

In regards to international cooperation and development, the Government of Germany has notable experience particularly in sending experts worldwide. Its mechanism on expert dispatch and monitoring and evaluation implementation can be a point of reference for the Government of Indonesia to implement a direct, expert dispatch under the framework of South-South Cooperation in accordance with the interests of Indonesia and the beneficiary countries.

On the second day of the meeting, the next agenda of the coordination meeting is the socialization of the Format of Indonesia South-South Cooperation Report and the discussion of the business process of the reporting.

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