Project

Knowledge and Capacity Development

At a Glance

Start Date Q1 2016
Funding Source Partner
Approved Budget USD 704 109
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Green Cities
  • Sustainable Landscapes
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Cross Cutting
Mariski Nirwan

Indonesia Knowledge and Capacity Development Lead

Paulus Tallulembang

Indonesia Module Developer and Training Specialist

PROJECT RATIONALE

GGGI in Indonesia partners with the National Institute for Public Administration (Lembaga Administrasi Negara/LAN), which is the main institution responsible for strengthening the professional quality and competence of civil servants at all levels across Indonesia. The collaboration was formalized by the signing of a Letter of Intent (LoI) on November 16, 2016 and a Cooperation Agreement (CoA) on September 19, 2017.

The collaboration strives to embed green growth ideas and methods into the government’s civil service training program. GGGI contributes in the development of modules incorporating green growth principles, approaches, tools, case studies and best practices into training curricula for various levels of government officials nationwide. Gender and social safeguards are integrated into the curriculum in the context of achieving strong, inclusive and resilient growth.

Phase I (2013-2015) of the program assessed institutional green growth capacity requirements and the potential of LAN-GGGI collaboration to integrate green growth into LAN’s curriculum. Results of the assessment became the basis to develop a Knowledge and Capacity Development program in Phase 2 (2016-2019), aimed at integrating green growth into strategic government official training programs and providing policymakers with sufficient and relevant knowledge and skills to understand and implement green growth in ways that can be scaled up and replicated.

DELIVERY STRATEGY

Project Output:

  • A green growth curriculum is designed and modules are prepared for relevant GoI agencies to use in training programs delivered

Project Outcomes:

  • Green growth is established as a strategic priority within the national government training curriculum
  • Increased number of trained staff allocated to policies and strategies development and implementation

PLANNED RESULTS

The project will integrate green growth into strategic government official training programs and providing policymakers with sufficient and relevant knowledge and skills to understand and implement green growth in ways that can be scaled up and replicated.

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