|Project Name||Analytical and Capacity Development Partnership|
|Project Type / Modality of Assistance||Technical Assistance
|Source of Funding / Amount||
|Strategic Agendas||Inclusive economic growth
|Drivers of Change||Governance and capacity development
|Sector / Subsector||
Education / Education sector development
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming||No gender elements|
|Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy|
|Impact||Contribute to implementing Indonesia's medium term development policies and strategies for poverty reduction, achieving education for all and education-related Millenium Development Goals, and improving its regional and global economic competitiveness|
|Description of Outcome||Contribute to the government's efforts to strengthen the education system and sustain organizational performance improvement over the next 15 years by modernizing the system, improving service empowerment, and enabling better regional and international competitiveness|
|Progress Toward Outcome||
The project was closed on 25 July 2017. ADB had managed the implementation, and through its six and a half years of operation, ACDP has delivered over 70 publications covering research, analytical studies and policy briefs on a wide variety of education issues in Indonesia that have been prioritized by the MoEC, MoRA and MORTHE. This research has been disseminated by means of knowledge sharing forums, learning events and strategic dialogues. In addition, ACDP has delivered a number of capacity development programmes on education research and policy analysis across the three government counterpart agencies to facilitate and support the knowledge-informed policymaking process in the education sector from early childhood education to higher education, covering policies and financing for organizational change and capacity development at central, provincial and district leveland financing for selective organizational change and capacity development in central, provincial, and district agencies, schools, TVET institutions, and universities.
In addition to the research studies, ACDP has played a significant role in the improvement of information and communication systems, directed at establishing and sustaining robust processes for building knowledge management and organizational learning processes. As a sole inter-ministerial facility working on the area of knowledge to policy in the education sector, ACDP has demonstrated a concerted effort in fostering the role of research in policy formulation and is now able to share some important lessons which have emerged from its 6-year programme.
|Description of Project Outputs||
Policy and operational research papers and proposals for selective organizational change and development in central, provincial, and district agencies, schools, TVET, and universities
Improved information and communication systems
Policy and operational research papers and proposals for selective legislative and regulatory reform related to basic and post-basic education policies and financing
|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)||
Output 1. Strategic capacity-building measures are mainstreamed into existing studies in addition to several studies that are exclusively intended to improve performance of the government (e.g. Support to the Assessment Center (Puspendik) for improvements to the National Exams, the Indonesia National Assessment Program (INAP) and School Level Assessment) ((Output 2. Improved exposure of ACDP studies has also led to improved ACDP's contribution in supporting the Government's communicating its policies. A highly successful initiative, of coffee session with Journalists that are held regularly with various topics and inviting prominent resource persons (PGRI, Academicians, ACDP consultant/Rector of Paramadina University, etc) had led to generous coverage by leading mass media. These sessions were held in cooperation with The MOEC public information department. ((Output 3. Various studies under this theme are still undertaken.
Output 2. Improved exposure of ACDP studies has also led to improved ACDP's contribution in supporting the Government's communicating its policies. A highly successful initiative, of coffee session with Journalists that are held regularly with various topics and inviting prominent resource persons (PGRI, Academicians, ACDP consultant/Rector of Paramadina University, etc) had led to generous coverage by leading mass media. These sessions were held in cooperation with The MOEC public information department.
Output 3. ACDP's understanding of the knowledge to policy process has led to adjustments in strategies that not only extends its focus beyond producing research papers to more easily accessible and user-friendly documents such as policy briefs, infographics, abstracts, and summaries, but also to the delivery of policy dialogues, informal media gatherings on educational issues (Kopi Darat sessions) and formal discussions in which stakeholders negotiate changes in national policy.
|Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects|
|Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation|
|During Project Design||The participation of stakeholders during project design was intense and effective.|
|During Project Implementation||The key stakeholders are actively involved in the preparation of work plan, development of terms of reference (TOR) of the studies, and in the discussion of inception and progress reports. Quarterly meeting is held with involvement of key stakeholders from the related ministries and development partners. An MTR was carried out in Q3 of 2014 and the follow up actions are incorporated in to 2015-2017 work plan (subject for approval of extension to mid of 2017). The work plan is inline with the Government's priorities and mid-term development plan of 2015-2019. A final independent monitoring and evaluation was undertaken in June 2017 and had also yielded positive results upon ACDP accomplishment.|
The ADB and Government of Indonesia intend to procure the services of a operational management team. A team will be recrited to provide administrative and support services. About 300 person-months of international and national consulting services will be required, comprising an international ACDP operational management specialist (about 60 person-months), national operation managers for procurement (about 120 person-months), and national administration and finance managers (about 120 person-months).
The ACDP will provide about $40 million over 5 years for various forms of technical cooperation to help the government implement the ACDP. The forms of technical cooperation will be defined in annual work plans and include (i) supporting legislative and regulatory reforms through research studies, study tours, work attachments, and institutional links related to building government capacity to formulate and implement revised sector policy, strategy, financing, and associated regulatory and organizational compliance; (ii) supporting capacity development at the center and in districts through central, provincial, and district capacity assessments, guidelines for organizational reform planning, and support for organizational PFM, audit assessments, forward planning, preparation of training programs; and (iii) support to improve information and communication systems through research, study tours, work attachments, and institutional links related to building up organizational knowledge and learning as a basis for internally driven change.
The services for implementing the annual ACDP work plan, including facilitating research, surveys, study tours, staff exchanges, twinning arrangements, conferences, seminars, and the provision of specialists for defined short-term assignments, will be procured through (i) ADB indefinite delivery contracts (IDCs) and (ii) individually recruited consultants to be agreed upon in the annual work plan. At least three IDC consortia, drawing on international, regional, and national sources and mechanisms, will be pre-qualified and retained on call initially for 2.5 years, with extension of IDC qualifications subject to the ACDP midterm review. Recruitment shall be in accordance with ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants.
|Responsible ADB Officer||Van Dael, Rudi Louis Hendrikus|
|Responsible ADB Department||Southeast Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Division||Indonesia Resident Mission|
Ministry of Education and Culture
Jl. Jend Sudirman, Pintu I
|Concept Clearance||21 May 2010|
|Fact Finding||11 Mar 2010 to 25 Mar 2010|
|Approval||15 Jun 2010|
|Last Review Mission||-|
|Last PDS Update||29 Sep 2017|
|Approval||Signing Date||Effectivity Date||Closing|
|15 Jun 2010||03 Nov 2010||03 Nov 2010||31 May 2015||31 Aug 2017||-|
|Financing Plan/TA Utilization||Cumulative Disbursements|
|0.00||100,000,000.00||10,000,000.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||110,000,000.00||15 Jun 2010||35,152,220.38|
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|Title||Document Type||Document Date|
|Analytical and Capacity Development Partnership: Completion Report||TA Completion Reports||Sep 2018|
|Education Governance – National Partnerships for Education Study - Final Report||Documents Produced Under Grant/Loans/TA||Jul 2014|
|Support to Basic Education Minimum Service Standards (MSS) Planning and Monitoring – Final Report||Documents Produced Under Grant/Loans/TA||Feb 2014|
|Education Sector Analytical and Capacity Development Partnership||Technical Assistance Reports||May 2010|
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No tenders for this project were found.
|Contract Title||Approval Number||Contract Date||Contractor||Contractor Address||Executing Agency||Contract Description||Total Contract Amount (US$)||Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||23 Feb 2017||Trans Intra Asia (Pt) (TIA) (Indonesia) in association with Department of Statistics, IPB (STK IPB) (Indonesia)||2, Jl.Sawo Ii - Cipete Utara 12150 Jakar [email protected] D.K.I. Jakarta, Ino||Ministry of Education and Culture||396,385.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||22 Feb 2017||Trans Intra Asia (Pt) (TIA) (Indonesia) in association with Department of Statistics, IPB (STK IPB) (Indonesia)||2, Jl.Sawo Ii - Cipete Utara 12150 Jakar [email protected] D.K.I. Jakarta, Ino||Ministry of Education and Culture||355,000.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||20 Dec 2016||Ernst & Young Advisory Pte Ltd (Singapore)||One Raffles Quay, North Tower, Level 18 Singapore 048583||Ministry of Education and Culture||575,553.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||20 Dec 2016||Ernst & Young Advisory Pte Ltd (Singapore)||One Raffles Quay, North Tower, Level 18 Singapore 048583||Ministry of Education and Culture||716,750.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||09 Dec 2016||Australian Council for Educational Research (Australia)||19 PROSPECT HILL ROAD CAMBERWELL, VICTORIA 3124 AUSTRALIA||Ministry of Education and Culture||391,365.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||23 Nov 2016||Australian Council for Educational Research Ltd. (Australia)||19 PROSPECT HILL ROAD CAMBERWELL, VICTORIA 3124 AUSTRALIA||Ministry of Education and Culture||896,855.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||16 Sep 2016||Trans Intra Asia, Pt. (Tia) (Indonesia) in Association with Survey Meter (Indonesia)||2, Jl.SAWO II - Cipete Utara 12150 Jakar [email protected] D.K.I. Jakarta, INO||Ministry of Education and Culture||752,500.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||10 Jun 2016||Australian Council for Educational Research (Australia)||Ministry of Education and Culture||763,760.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||08 Feb 2016||Mott MacDonald Limited (United Kingdom) in Association with Cambridge Education Ltd. (United Kingdom)||MOTT MACDONALD HOUSE, 8-10 SYDENHAM ROAD CROYDON CR0 2EE, UNITED KINGDOM||Ministry of Education and Culture||639,040.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||04 Feb 2016||PT. Tesaputra Adiguna (Indonesia)||JI CITAMIANG NO 61, 40121 BANDUNG JAWA BARAT, INDONESIA [email protected]||Ministry of Education and Culture||865,419.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||01 Apr 2015||Pt. Tesaputra Adiguna (Indonesia)||JI Citamiang, No 61, 40121 Bandung Jawa Barat, Indonesia||Ministry of Education and Culture||211,120.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||12 Mar 2015||Trans Intra Asia, Pt. (TIA) (Indonesia) in association with Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) International (Indonesia)||2, Jl. SAWO II - Cipete Utara 12150, Jakarta / D.K.I., Jakarta, Indonesia||Ministry of Education and Culture||1,070,000.00||—|
|Capacity Development||Technical Assistance 7554||05 Feb 2015||Cambridge Education Ltd. (United Kingdom) in association with Australian Council for Educational Research||Demeter House, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2RS, United Kingdom||Ministry of Education and Culture||819,450.00||—|
None currently available.