Bappennas Decentralisation Indonesia 2017

The aim of the course was to provide a group of participants from the Indonesian Ministry of Home Affairs with general knowledge on local governance, decentralization and introducing them to multilevel water governance. The course focused on strengthening the participants’ knowledge of decentralisation, local governance, public policy development, multilevel water governance and provide the participants with Dutch best practices. The course empowered the participants and help them to gain practical knowledge to take up their roles and responsibilities with confidence where they have to work with local authorities.

The participants enjoyed a broad and diverse programme, with topics varying from decentralisation and Dutch governance, to leadership skills and integrated water management. They were able to interact with experts on each of these topics. In addition, the programme allowed for complementary study visits.

Objectives:

  1. Provide the participants with general knowledge on local governance, decentralization and introducing them to multilevel water governance
  2. Strengthen the participants’ knowledge of decentralisation, local governance, public policy development, multilevel water governance
  3. Empowered the participants and help them to gain practical knowledge to take up their roles and responsibilities with confidence where they have to work with local authorities

Deliverables/Outcomes:

Training of 9 days organised in The Hague on decentralisation and interadministrative relations. 16 Civil servants have been trained.