FORCLIME supports the revision process of Regional Long-Term Development Plan in Berau District
The Agency of Planning, Research, and Development of Berau District, supported by FORCLIME, conducted Pre-Musrenbang (development planning meeting) meeting on 2nd of May 2019 to gain advices from the stakeholders for the draft of Regional Long-Term Development Plan (RPJPD) document of Berau district. The result of this activity is the final revised draft of RPJPD in Berau District 2006-2026 in accordance with the Regulation of Minister Home Affairs No. 54 Year 2010. The objective of this revision is to adjust the vision, mission, targets, and policy direction in regional level with the ones in national level; to operationalize the regional vision and mission; as well as to achieve the regional development plan which complies and is integrated to the national development plan.
In the near future, the revised draft of the long term development plan will be discussed in Musrenbang and brought to the Regional House of Representatives of Berau district for further process of adopting the draft into Regional Regulation (Perda).
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Created: Tuesday, 07 May 2019
Suprianto, Technical Advisor on Sustainable Forest Management
Teaching lecturers how to document trainings
Proper documentation of trainings is the first step to a continuous improvement of training implementation. Consequently, the Training Center of Environment and Forestry (BDLHK) of Samarinda in cooperation with FORCLIME conducted a training on documentation management of training implementation on 21-22 August 2017 in Samarinda, East Kalimantan. The event was attended by 18 participants – staff of BDLHK Samarinda and lecturers (widyaiswara). The goal of the training is to enhance capacities in the documentation of training processes, as such skills will ultimately lead to better evaluation documents and better training modules.
In his speech, the Head of BDLHK Samarinda emphasized the importance of such trainings as instruments for evaluations and continuous training improvement. BDLHK Samarinda has shown great interest and has expressed commitment for future trainings.
Participants gained knowledge on improving their skills in listening and recording processes and composing minutes. Additionally, they were informed on the code of rules for preparing formal documents of different government agencies.
Following the training participants were assigned as note taker in order to practice their skills in different meetings, those trainings include the Discussion on Forest Management Training Plan (23 August), the Workshop on Capacity Building Capacity and the Assessment to support the Social Forestry Program (24 August 2017).
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Created: Friday, 25 August 2017
Edy Marbyanto, Strategic Area Manager, Human Capacity Development