The Indonesian government continues to strive to promote and promote South-South Cooperation among developing countries. To maximize the efforts intended, all parties involved are expected to have the capacity and capability in the field of governance and management to provide international assistance projects for foreign countries.
To realize this, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs cooperates with the Master of Management Study Program, Faculty of Economics and Business - Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta to provide Technical Guidance on Capacity Building for Indonesian SSC Organizers in Project Management in Yogyakarta on 22-26 April 2019.
This activity aims to improve the capacity and quality of HR in Government Ministries / Institutions in Indonesia, especially in the management of Indonesia's international assistance. It is hoped that this activity can further enhance the understanding and ability of the participants in designing international aid programs, especially within the framework of South South Cooperation. It is believed that the success of a training program begins with good planning.
The training was officially opened by Ambassador Diar Nurbintoro from the Directorate of Technical Cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday (22/4), and was attended by the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business - Gadjah Mada University and lecturers at FEB UGM.
In his speech, Ambassador Diar Nurbintoro said that the Indonesian Government stressed the importance of the role of South-South Cooperation and Triangular Indonesia in achieving the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and had a great responsibility in implementing the intended Cooperation. Various Indonesian international assistance is a form of the Indonesian Government's commitment. He added that Indonesia's involvement in South South Cooperation had gained international recognition. In September 2018, Indonesia received an award from the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) and the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC) for its contribution to South South Cooperation, especially in the Pacific region.
While the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business - Universitas Gadjah Mada expressed his gratitude and appreciation for the trust given to carry out the training. He added that this activity was also in line with the vision and mission of UGM to provide the maximum benefit to the Indonesian people.
The Directorate of Technical Cooperation hopes that through this program organizers at various K / L in Indonesia can plan and implement Indonesian international assistance projects and programs.
The training was attended by 21 participants from BPOM, KKP, Kemenpar, Ministry of Manpower, Ministry of Communication and Information, Ministry of Agriculture, BBIB Singosari, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of State Secretariat, Ministry of Industry, Ministry of Social Affairs. The training material was focused on the EPM mindset of Portfolio and Project Management, Project Cycle Management, LFA-based Monitoring and Evaluation, Sustainable Project Planning and Budgeting, Preparation of Project Proposals for FS, Goods and Services Procurement Contracts. (kemenlu)