Harnessing new global
partnership in accelerating
MDG progress and advancing
post-2015 development
agenda:
An Indonesian Experience
Gordon B. Manuain
Office of President’s Special Envoy
on MDGs
Current MDG Status in Indonesia
Targets already achieved
Targets on- track to be
achieved by 2015
Targets requiring hard work
to be achieved by 2015
MDG-1 Poverty
alleviation
MDG-1 Decrease in
MDG-5 High maternal
prevalence of underweight
mortality
children under five
MDG-3 Gender equality
MDG-2 Net enrollment rate MDG-6 Increased
for primary education and proportion of people with
literacy rate of population HIV/AIDS
in all types and levels of
education
MDG-3 Net enrollment
MDG-6 Decrease in
tuberculosis prevalence ratios of girls to boys in
secondary and higher
education
MDG-4 Decreased
mortality rate of children
under five
MDG-8 Global partnership
MDG-7 High level of
greenhouse gas emissions,
and safe drinking water &
sanitation
Unique challenges in achieving
MDGs (Geographical perspective)
Geography
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Number of islands: 17,508
East to West Distance: 5,120 km,
equivalent to London - Moscow
North to South Distance: 1,760 km
33 provinces and > 450 districts and
municipalities
Challenges:
• Considerable geographical span
and barriers
• Transportation infrastructure
that needs improvement
• Access to community health
centers in remote areas, resulting
in unnecessary delays that often
lead to death.
Indonesia:
the largest archipelagic country in the world
Unique challenges in achieving
MDGs (Population perspective)
Population
– A country with the fourth largest
population (250 million)
– Population growth that outpaces
the progress of development
made by the government
– Family Planning that may not be
able to repeat its past success
– Pyramid structure of population
that calls for more attention
when young productive group
reaches old age.
Indonesian population pyramid
Areas of concerns in women’s and
children’s health in Indonesia
(to be addressed until 2015 and beyond)
Progress in improving reproductive health and reducing maternal
and newborn mortality must be accelerated.
Out-of-box
approach,
improved
synergy of
government,
CSO, private
sector to bring
about
changes at
the grassroots
level
Access to
family planning
information
and services
Infrastructure
and facilities
Intersectoral
coordination
Availability of
skilled health
personnel
Nutrition for
pregnant mother
Access to
healthcare
services
(geographical
challenges)
Improved inter-sectoral coordination is the sine qua non of
success
Milestones toward MDG
achievement in Indonesia
Presidential Instruction No.3 Year 2010 on Equitable Development
Program to accelerate the MDG achievement by 2015
National
Roadmap to
accelerate
MDG
achievement
Mainstreaming
of MDGs into
National LongTerm and MidTerm
Development
Plans
Mainstreaming
of MDGs into
National
Planning and
Expenditure
Budget
Provincial
Action Plan to
accelerate
MDG
achievement
Annual Indonesia MDG Awards 
Sustainable partnership of
government, CSO, private sector in
accelerating MDG achievement at the grassroots level.
Partnership
TOP DOWN
Government
MDGs and
post-MDG
Agenda
Innovative
breakthroughs
by multi- and
intersectoral
stakeholders
Take the lead
Coordinate
Facilitate
Respond
develop
Implement
Community
BOTTOM UP
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OFFICE OF PRESIDENT’S SPECIAL ENVOY ON MDGS
ADVOCACY - EDUCATION
INTEGRATED
PROGRAMS
COMMUNITIES
Community
Health Condition
IMPACT
DATABASE
MONEV
Young Health
Advocates
Sustainable
Funding Support
GPs
INPUT
Capacity
Building
Infrastructure
Information
Women
Empowerment
PRIMARY HEALTHCARE
CENTER
dentists midwives
nurses
PRIVATE SECTOR ENDOWMENT
OFFICE OF PRESIDENT’S SPECIAL ENVOY ON MDGS
Civil
society
A sustainable model of partnership:
“Pencerah Nusantara”
• Office of President ‘s Special Envoy on MDGs:
– realizes that a partnership among relevant
stakeholders is crucial in achieving the MDG targets,
and
– has set up a model of partnership which brings
together private sector, civil society, and government
institutions in a collective effort to bring about
changes at the grassroots level in several locations in
Indonesia.
Why “Pencerah Nusantara” (Nation’s Guiding
Light) is needed?
• We need to translate commitment into concrete
action to accelerate the achievement of MDGs.
• Pencerah Nusantara: a pilot program that
puts into reality our belief that changes should be
made at grassroots level through sustainable
community empowerment, which can serve as a
model to be replicated at a wider level.
What sort of enabling conditions are
necessary for achieving the new
development agenda?
Sustainable Development
Economic
Development &
Ending Poverty:
• Income poverty
• Economic
growth
• Hunger&
• malnutrition
• Education
• Health
• Infrastructure
Social Inclusion:
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Gender equality
Rights
Youth
Unemployment
Social trust
• Environnmental
Sustainability
• Climate Change
• Sustainable
agriculture &
fisheries
• Sustainable cities
• Biodiversity
• Chemicals
• Disaster
Peace, Security and Good Governance
Public Sector Governance
Private Sector & Civil Society Governance
Resource Mobilization
Five Big Transformative Shifts
(Report of High Level Panel of Eminent Persons on
Post-2015 Development Agenda)
• Leave no one behind
• Put sustainable development at the core
• Transform economies for jobs and
inclusive growth
• Build peace and effective, open and
accountable institutions for all
• Forge a new global partnership.
A new global partnership
(Report of High Level Panel of Eminent Persons on
Post-2015 Development Agenda)
• This partnership should not only involve governments
but also include others: people living in poverty, those
with disabilities, women, civil society and indigenous
and local communities, traditionally marginalized
groups, multilateral institutions, local and national
government, the business community, academia and
private philanthropy.
• It is time for the international community
to use new ways of working, to go beyond an aid
agenda….
Exploring innovative ways of
development assistance
• Governments committed to ODA could take
the lead in fostering sustainable partnership
with private sector and civil society in
designing and developing appropriate
development assistance for ODA recipients.
• Governments as development partners could
create enabling circumstances for private
sector to engage in social investment
through inclusive business that will bolster
the achievement of the MDG targets.
Global Partnership
National Policies
PROBLEM of
‘POVERTY’
Job
Economic
Inclusive Growth
Government’s strategy
for sustainable development
Nutrition
Population
Housing
Health
Education
Environmental sustainability
ENVIRONMENT
Affordable access
to basic needs
Clean water
Sanitation
Energy
Across Sector Partnership
Youth Groups/Students:
• Mass campaign,
social media
• Role model
Inclusive,
• Peer education
Integrated
• Action-oriented
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Collaborative
Action
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Government
Advocate at National and
Local Government level
Create enabling environment
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Private Sector:
Develop, scale
up, and perfect
sustainable
partnerships
Replicate
corporate value
Civil Society
Community Capacity
Building
Evaluation, Feedback
and Reporting
Collective Action toward MDGs
by 2015 and Beyond
Government
Civil Society
Office of
Special
Envoy on
MDGs
Private
sector
MDGs
2015
Post -2015
development
agenda with
sustainable
development at
the core
Community
MDGs: Unfinished agenda to be
pursued after 2015
Thank you
Office of President’s Special
Envoy on the MDGs