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Impulses for Water Resource Planning and Institutional Reform in Indonesia. Towards an Effective Institutional Framework







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    Le présent module constitue un diagnostic condensé du processus de réforme du secteur des eaux indonésien jusqu’en septembre 2004, effectué dans le cadre du soutien apporté par la FAO au ministère de la Planification d’Indonésie (BAPPENAS). Même si ce diagnostic a perdu de sa pertinence initiale, il donne l’exemple des pressions institutionnelles que peut engendrer un processus de décentralisation. Ce point est important pour les politiques agricoles indonésiennes. Les municipalités, l’industrie et la génération d’hydroélectricité se livrent une vive concurrence pour l’accès à l’eau brute, mais le sous-secteur de l’agriculture irriguée conserve une importance économique et politique dans le pays.
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    National Medium-Term Priority Framework: MID Term Review 2013 2013
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    In accordance with the FAO' organization policy, Indonesia was one of piloting countries in Asia and the Pacific Region in preparing the National Medium-Term Priority Framework (NMTPF) for Indonesia's External Assistance in the Agriculture Sectors 2010-2014. Such document is in line with the Government(GOI)'s National Medium Term Development Plan (NMTDP) for 2010-2014. The NMTPF is drafted in the form of a comprehensive Agriculture Development Framework by all parties including international or ganizations and resources partners. NMTPF is also a living document that can be reviewed and/or revised as necessary during the period of 2010-2014. At the end of 2012, the government entered mid-term review stage of NMTPF document leading by National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) in close cooperation with technical ministries: Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), Ministry of Forestry (MoF) and the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF). The objective of the activity is to do the fo rmative evaluation on the NMTPF implementation progress and reviewing its Strategic Priority Areas (SPAs) against the current government strategic plan and policy. The review result is more focusing on amended SPA in line with the current national agricultural development priorities. Upon the endorsement by the Government of Indonesia, the NMTPF review report was endorsed by the Assistant of Director General/Regional Representative of Asia and the Pacific at the end of March, on behalf of FAO. I would like to express my appreciation for the remarkable collaboration of the Directorate of Multilateral Funding in Bappenas, for all the hard work they put into making the review process a success. Appreciation is also extended to the respected staff of the MoA, MoF, MMAF and technical directorates of Bappenas to their valuable contribution during the review process. We also indebted to the consultant and our colleagues from FAO Regional Office who worked effectively to finalize the report in close consultation with the government. I wish that the NMTPF review document will benefit to the Government of Indonesia in mobilizing the resources from development partners based on prioritized SPAs as a response to the dynamic economic, social, political and global change in agricultural sector. In line with the FAO's Country Programming Guidelines – Policy and Principle, the Country/Decentralized Office in close collaboration with the Government will prepare and transform the NMTPF into the Country Programming Framework (CFP) at the end of 2014. In this regard, the current NMTPF would be an important contribution not only as background inputs in developing the Country Programming Framework (CPF) of 2015-2020 but also for the National Medium Term Development Plan (NMTDP) of the Government of Indonesia and the United Nations Partnership Development Framework (UNPDF).
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    Avian Influenza Control Programme in Indonesia. Annual Report 2009 2009
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    Poultry production, and its associated activities, account for around one percent of Indonesia’s gross domestic product and provide the majority of animal protein consumed by 232 million Indonesians. A complex array of poultry enterprises, ranging from intensive commercial enterprises, to small-scale semi-intensive broiler and layer enterprises, to small backyard flockssupply poultry meat and eggs to Indonesian consumers, predominantly through around 13,000 traditional markets countrywide. Some 60% of all Indonesian households keep poultry for food, additional income, entertainment and ceremonial purposes. Since Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza(HPAI) was detected in Indonesia in 2003, the disease has infected poultry in 31 out of 33 provinces, caused the deaths of millions of poultry, and disrupted the livelihoods of large numbers of people dependent on poultry keeping. Outbreaks continue to be reported regularly on islands with dense human and poultry populations, such as Java and Sumatra. HPAI presents a major challenge to the country. An annualized poultry population of approximately 1.5 billion, a large culturally and ethnically diverse human population of around 232 million, a preference for purchasing poultry products from live bird markets, and a decentralized governance system, which has included devolution of the responsibility for controlling animal diseases to more than 450 autonomous districts/municipalities, have all contributed to the persistence of the di sease. The FAO Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases (ECTAD) Indonesia works to enhance the capacity and ability of the Government of Indonesia to implement its Avian InfluenzaControl Programme to sustainably control HPAI in order to help safeguard the health and livelihoods of the Indonesian population and reduce the global pandemic threat. This 2009 Annual Report provides an overview of the FAO activities carried out in collaboration with and in support of the Ministry of Agr iculture and local government livestock services in Indonesia. Achievements in the key areas of enhanced management of the HPAI control programme; improved surveillance, control and prevention of HPAI in village-based poultry, in the commercial poultry industry and along the poultry marketing chain are presented. The activities and achievements described in this report were funded by many donors and their contribution and commitment are gratefully acknowledged.

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