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kan diselenggarakan Konferensi Internasional Kedua di Jayapura, Papua - Indonesia tentang "Konferensi Internasional Keragaman Budaya Papua dalam Keragaman Kebudayaan Indonesia " tanggal 8-11 Nopember 2010 bertempat di Kantor Gubernur Provinsi Papua, Jln.Soa Siu, Jayapura-Papua. Bagi Anda yang tertarik mengetahui informasinya dan ingin ikut serta pada acara tersebut silahkan kunjungi Website di

Rabu, 03 Februari 2010

Publication : Booklet 2009

Book Title : Harmonisation of Development Partner Support For Human Development in Papua Province, 6th Edition, December 2009
Page : 137
Detail information :

Forewords from Head of Regional Planning Agency Papua Province
Development stakeholders in Papua government, civil society, private sector and development partners in Papua – have focused their efforts to accelerate Papua development. New Papua will not be achieved without participation and cooperation of all development stakeholders in Papua.

Until now, many parties, including development partners – INGOs and donors ‐ have been involved in development process in Papua. They play significant roles in Papua development, especially in areas related to the Strategic Planning of Village Development (Rencana Strategis Pembangunan Kampung or RESPEK), such as education, health, local economy development, micro infrastructure and also in bureaucracy reform and budget reform initiatives.

These invaluable initiatives should be managed properly in order to improve its efficiency and effectiveness. The overlapped projects, both in terms of location and areas of work, will reduce the benefit to the local communities. Therefore, Bappeda Papua Province continuously carry out efforts aiming to harmonize and synchronize of development activities in Papua. One among the efforts is through regularly conduct development partners mapping and publish this Development Partners Booklet.

Through the 6th edition of this booklet, hopefully all development stakeholder in Papua could make use of informations in it to synergize the development efforts in Papua. We would like to express our sincere appreciation and thanks for those development partners who have been continuously supporting in consolidating and compiling data. Accept our apology, if we have not been able to accommodate you all or overlooked/missed some of the development partners’ activities. We hope we will be able to do better in coming edition.

Jayapura, December 2009

Head of Regional Planning Agency Papua Province

Drs. Alex Rumaseb, MM

Forewords from Programme Coordinator UNDP Papua
Indonesia has made significant progress towards attaining Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and it has got Lower Middle‐income Country status. The MDGs may well be achieved at national aggregate level, however, the key challenge that Indonesia faces is how to do it across the country. Efforts are now under way to mainstream MDGs into provincial and local level planning and budgeting. Tanah Papua is one of the key priority regions recognized by the national government to mainstream MDGs and to reduce poverty.

Considering its difficult terrain, lack of basic infrastructure and available human resource, it is a great challenge for Indonesian government and all other development partners to attain MDGs and Human Development target in Tanah Papua by 2015. Therefore, a consolidated and better co‐ordinated development effort of all development partners is indispensible to attain development targets within stipulated time in Tanah Papua.

Provincial regional planning agency (Bappeda) as a co‐ordinator has been playing key role in harmonization and co‐ordination of development partner’s activities in Papua. UNDP Papua has been supporting provincial government in consolidating and mapping development partners’ activities in Papua. Harmonization and synchronization booklet on development partners’ activities in Papua has been prepared and published jointly by Bappeda and UNDP, Papua.

This is sixth edition of Harmonization Booklet and covers year 2009 development partners’ activities in Papua. In this booklet we have included 11 new projects started by 5 development organizations in Papua in the year 2009. These new projects are related to basic education, natural resource management and local economic development. Besides, It has been reported that 16 various development projects were closed in the year 2009.

Last but not least, we hope that the exercise of up‐dating and mapping of development partners activities will be further improved and continue under the leadership and active participation of Provincial Planning Agency (Bappeda) not only at province level but gradually up to Kabupaten level. We do sincerely hope that it will help to avoid confusion, duplication and to ease monitoring process of development activities in Papua.

Let us put our full energy and resources to keep the promise “Achieving MDGs in Papua by 2015”.

Jayapura, December 2009
Programme Coordinator, a.i. UNDP Papua and Papua Barat

Bishnu Prasad Ghimire, Ph.D