Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia

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Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia

"A consultation process led by the UNDP leadership sawthe creation of the Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia or the Partnership, in March 2000. The Partnership began with a Governing Board composed of 12 eminent reform-minded Indonesians, three multilateral organizations: the Asian Development Bank, the UNDP and the World Bank and six ambassadors from committed countries. The Partnership became operational in May 2001 as a UNDP project and its trust fund began disbursement in June 2001.

In 2003, the Partnership became an independent legal entity. The ‘Meeting of Partners’, comprising the founding Indonesian civil society members, officially became the decision-making body of the Partnership, while the Governing Board acquired an advisory role. This new structure marked the first steps towards autonomy.

The Partnership continued its mission to promote governance reform and took further steps toward financial and operational autonomy during 2004. In late 2005, the UNDP assisted the Partnership’s executive office to realize a three-year plan to become fully self-sufficient. In 2006, HS Dillon concluded his term and Mohamad Sobary became the new Executive Director. During the second half of 2006, the Partnership began a period of strategic planning, implementing a new organizational, operational and financial structure in early 2007." [1]

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  1. Overview of the Partnership, Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia, accessed September 10, 2007.
  2. Deputy Executive Director, Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia, accessed September 10, 2007.