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“We will encourage knowledgesharing

and the promotion of

cooperation and partnerships

between stakeholders, including

between Governments, firms,

academia and civil society, in

sectors contributing to the

achievement of the Sustainable

Development Goals”

Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing for Development 2015


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ABOUT THE EVENT

Over the past years, Knowledge Sharing (KS) has moved to the center of

global development as a third pillar complementing financial and technical

assistance. In this line, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development calls for

“enhance[ing] knowledge sharing on mutually agreed terms” (para 17.6) while

the Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing for Development “encourage[s]

knowledge sharing […] in sectors contributing to the achievement of the SDGs”

(para 117). This recognition of knowledge and learning builds up on previous

global agreements, particularly those promoted by the Global Partnership on

Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) and the G20 Development

Working Group. Finally, in April 2016, dozens of governments and multilateral

institutions launched the Global Partnership on Knowledge Sharing (GPKS) as

a key vehicle to scale up the use of Knowledge Sharing for sustainable

development.

Knowledge Sharing directly benefits from country-led policies and programs

implemented by developing countries in their quest for sustainable

development. It reflects of the increased capacity of line ministries and subnational

institutions (such as cities) in fighting poverty and boosting shared

prosperity. These players are indeed key to the achievement of the 2030

Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which require

specialized expertise in complex policy areas and capacity to learn across

specific sectors and themes.

Therefore, Institutional and operational capacities for Knowledge Sharing are

more critical than ever to achieve the SDGs. Country institutions are vital as

key contributors of tested successful solutions and proven good practices in all

areas of the SDGs. These solutions and innovations are often local, and need

to be identified, captured and shared for national and international scale-up,

i.e. in the context of South-South and Triangular Cooperation.

Taking into consideration the path of global progress to improve the tool and

model for international development cooperation to support the global

development agenda, Indonesia, in collaboration with the World Bank, the


2 | The Fourth High-Level Meeting on Country-Led Knowledge Sharing

Islamic Development Bank, USAID, Federal Republic of Germany/GIZ and JICA

will co-organize the Fourth High-level Meeting on Country-led Knowledge

Sharing in Bali, Indonesia (HLM4). As a key activity under the Global

Partnership for Knowledge Sharing (GPKS), the meeting will discuss and

highlight opportunities to harness ‘Local Innovation as a Driver for Global

Development’.

HLM4 will provide a space for policy makers, development practitioners and

international partners to learn about local solutions and innovations in

selected key development sectors, such as health, education, local economic

development, open government, and effective monitoring & evaluation.

The two-day event will be divided into two parts, a high-level discussion day

and knowledge fair, and a second day for field trips to visit innovative local

solutions in Bali and surrounding islands. A third optional day will provide a

space for learning on the how-to of knowledge sharing with a range of

interactive workshops.

The objectives of HLM4 are as follows:

Exchange experiences and facilitate learning on challenges, opportunities

and innovative approaches of institutionalized and systematic knowledge

capturing and sharing for national and international scale-up;

Based on emerging evidence, showcase ongoing efforts and impact to

strengthen country-led knowledge sharing by governments and the

support schemes provided particularly by multilateral institutions,

highlighting local experiences and innovations from Indonesia and

countries from around the world; and

Deepen the momentum for MICs and LICs as valuable sources of

development solutions, meeting the demand for development solutions

from cross the world in the form of South-South cooperation, towards

achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.


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PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

The 4 th High-Level Meeting on Country-Led Knowledge Sharing

15 October 2018 | Inaya Putri Bali Hotel & Resort

Time Session Venue

08.30 – 09.00 Registration Foyer

Area

09.00 – 10.00 OPENING SESSION

Welcoming remarks:

Mengiat

Ballroom

Mr. Ir. Kennedy Simanjuntak, MA, Deputy Minister for

Development Funding, Ministry of National Development

Planning/Bappenas - Indonesia;

Remarks:

Laura Tuck, Vice President, Sustainable Development,

World Bank

Koichi Hasegawa, Vice President, JICA

Dr. Mansur Muhtar, Vice President, IsDB

Keynote Speech and Opening:

Prof. Bambang P.S. Brodjonegoro, Ph.D, Minister of

National Development Planning/Head of Bappenas

(Indonesia)

10.00 – 11.15 HIGH-LEVEL PANEL SESSION 1

Institutionalizing Knowledge Sharing: Pathways to foster

local innovation

Mengiat

Ballroom






Eko Putro Sandjojo, Minister of Villages, Disadvantage

Region and Transmigration, Indonesia.

Norbert Barthle, Parliamentary State Secretary, Ministry of

Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Germany.

Julius M. Muia, Principal Secretary of Planning, Kenya.

Gen. Anantaporn Kanchanarat, Ministry of Social

Development and Human Security, Thailand.

Ede Jorge Ijjasz-Vasquez, Senior Director GSURR, World

Bank

Moderator:

Steffen Janus, World Bank Group


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Time Session Venue

11.15 – 12.30 HIGH-LEVEL PANEL SESSION 2

Strategies for identifying and capturing local innovations

Panelist:

Muhadjir Effendy, Minister of Education and Culture

Indonesia;

Willem Rampangilei, Chief of BNPB Indonesia;

Niale Kaba, Minister of Planning, Cote d’Ivoire;

Mark Andrew Green, Administrator of the United States

Agency for International Development (USAID);

Kim Dong-yeon , Minister of Strategy & Finance, South

Korea;

Li Kouqing, Asia Finance Development Institute, China.

Moderator:

(tbc)

Mengiat

Ballroom

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch Break

13.30 – 15.00 SESSION 3: KNOWLEDGE MARKET PLACE

Open market place session: Showcase and peer learning on

local innovations from around the world

Foyer

Area

Local innovations and knowledge sharing solutions will be

presented in open-air market place booths. More than 15

institutions from all around the world have applied to showcase

their programs and innovations in our knowledge market place,

consists of government institutions, CSO, as well as

international agencies.

THEMATIC BREAKOUT SESSIONS

15.00 – 16.30 PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION 1

Harnessing Local Innovations on Maternal & Child Health

(MCH) and Nutrition as Driver for Global Development

Breakout

Room 1





Keiko Osaki, JICA Expert on Health

dr. Kirana Pritasari, MQIH, Director General for Public

Health, Ministry of Health - Indonesia

Dr. Ari Waluyo, TeleCTG Founder

Sam Clark, World Bank Group

Moderator:

Tomoyuki Tada, JICA Expert on SSTC


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Time Session Venue

15.00 – 16.30 PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION 2

Improving the quality of vocational education and training to

foster local development innovations

Breakout

Room 2

Panelist:

1. Specialist, German Government/GIZ (tbd)

2. Hamid Muhammad, Directorate General of Primary and

Secondary Education, Ministry of Education and Culture,

Indonesia

3. Director General, Ministry of Education Myanmar (tbd)

4. Director General of Ministry of Education, Kenya (tbd)

5. Representative of Principles of national best practices

vocational school.

Moderator:

Representative, GIZ (tbd)

15.00 – 16.30 PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION 3

Harnessing local solutions to foster local economic

development

Breakout

Room 3

Panelist:

Mr. Anwar Sanusi, General Secretary Ministry of Villages,

Indonesia

Representative of Private Sector

Representative, CSO / local farmer association

Representative, India Livelihoods project

Moderator:

Dan Vadnjal (tbc)

15.00 – 16.30 PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION 4

Sharing Good Practices on Open Government

Implementation through South-South and Triangular

Cooperation

Breakout

Room 4

Panelist:

Head of Mission, USAID Indonesia

Yanuar Nugroho, Deputy Chief of Staff, Executive Office of

the President, Republic Indonesia

Andreas Sihotang, Wahana Visi Indonesia

Representative of ABC Agency Brazil

Moderator: M. Syarif, Director for Technical Cooperation,

Ministry of Foreign Affairs


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Time Session Venue

15.00 – 16.30 PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION 5

Breakout

Effective M&E strategies for Knowledge Sharing

Room 5

Panelists:

Nils Schulz, Multipolar

Representative from Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Moderator:

Phil Karp, World Bank

15.00 – 16.30 PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION 6

Triangular Cooperation support to develop Country

Institutions’ Knowledge Sharing Capacity

Breakout

Room 6

Panelists:

Riad Ragueb, Country Strategy and Cooperation

Department, IDB.

Jorge Moreira da Silva, Director for Development Cooperation,

OECD

Representative from Developing Countries (e.g. Argentina)

Representative from UNOSSC

Moderator:

(tbd)

16.30 – 17.15 REPORT-BACK SESSION

Report-back from breakout sessions and Summary of day 1

key take-aways

Mengiat

Ballroom

Rapporteurs from breakout sessions

Discussants:

Representative, World Bank

Representative, USAID

17.15 – 17.45 CLOSING SESSION

HLM4 Communique and closing remarks

Mr. Slamet Sudarsono, Deputy Minister for Politics, Law,

Defence, and Security Affairs, Ministry of National

Development Planning, Indonesia

Rodrigo Chaves, Country Director for Indonesia, World Bank

Mengiat

Ballroom

19.00 – 20.30 Cultural Program and Dinner Mengiat

Ballroom


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Day 2 | 16 October 2018

FIELD TRIP

Time Session Venue

8:30 – 16:30 Learning from local innovations – Field trips

Departure and travel to field locations

1. Documenting and sharing village innovations

2. Health and nutrition

3. Use of data for urban planning

4. Investment quality verification and auditing

5. Investing in people and infrastructure in urban

slums

6. Approaches to mitigate against disaster risk

Village in

Bali

Lunch in respective field locations


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OPENING SESSION

Setting the stage

Opening session to welcome participants and

to deliver the objectives and overview of the

conference, as well as to frame and set the

stage of the perspectives in advancing

knowledge sharing effectiveness – from

policy to practical experiences.

During the opening session, there will be

remarks from high-level officer of

Development Partners such as World Bank

Group, Japan International Aid Agency

(JICA), and Islamic Development Bank as the

key partners of promoting Knowledge

Sharing.

Minister of National Development

Planning/Head of of Bappenas as the host of

the event will give the keynote speech and

officially open the HLM4 on CLKS

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 09.00 – 10.00

Venue:

Mengiat Ballroom,

Inaya Putri Bali Hotel & Resort

Speakers

Prof. Bambang P.S.

Brodjonegoro

Minister of National

Development Planning/ Head of

Bappenas

Laura Tuck

Vice President for Sustainable

Development, World Bank

Group

Kenichi Hasigawa

Senior Vice President, JICA

Kennedy Simanjuntak

Deputy Minister for

Development Funding, Ministry

of National Development

Planning/Bappenas - Indonesia


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High-Level Panel Discussion 1

Institutionalizing Knowledge

Sharing: Pathways to foster

local innovation

It’s worth noting that the role of local

institutions in overcoming development

challenges are getting more and more

important than ever before. These solutions

and innovations need to be identified,

captured, and shared for national or

international scale-up to accelerate the

achievement of the national and

international development goals. Reflecting

that spirit, this session aims to discuss

effective strategies to empower local

stakeholders to come up with creative

solutions to overcome development

challenges and serve as inspirations to peers

at national and international levels.

Moreover, this session aims to answer the

question of integrating this knowledge

sharing process into a country’s national

development policy strategy and how do the

role of international institutions in supporting

this process.

Guiding questions:

1. How do countries integrate knowledge

sharing concepts and implementation into

their national development policy strategy?

2. How do international institutions support

and encourage countries to institutionalize

knowledge sharing?

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 9.00 – 10.00

Venue:

Mengiat Ballroom,

Inaya Putri Bali Hotel & Resort

Speakers

Eko Putro Sandjojo

Minister of Villages,

Disadvantage Region and

Transmigration, Indonesia.

Norbert Barthle,

Parliamentary State Secretary,

Ministry of Economic

Cooperation and Development

(BMZ), Germany.

Julius M. Muia

Principal Secretary of Planning,

Kenya.

Gen. Anantaporn Kanchanarat

Ministry of Social Development

and Human Security, Thailand.

Ede Jorge Ijjasz-Vasquez

Senior Director GSURR, World

Bank


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High-Level Panel Discussion 2

Strategies for identifying and

capturing local innovations

The truth about local innovations is that they’re

very often missed by the authority which

hindered them from creating bigger and more

impactful changes. Often times, the question is

not about how can the government solves their

problems but more about how they know what

they know as a country? How can a government

ensure that knowledge in overcoming

development challenges are effectively flown

vertically across institutions?

This session aims to discuss strategies for

effective identification and capturing of local

innovations. In answering that, the session will

feature speakers from different fields of

expertise to ensure a comprehensive exposure

towards the issue. High-ranked officials from

development planning, finance, disaster

management, as well as international

development agency are scheduled to speak in

this session.

Guiding questions:

1. What are good practices systematic

documentation of local innovations?

2. What are effective quality control and

validation mechanisms?

3. How can local knowledge serve as inspiration

for partners internationally?

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 9.00 – 10.00

Venue:

Mengiat Ballroom,

Inaya Putri Bali

Speakers

Muhadjir Effendy

Minister of Education and Culture

Indonesia;

Willem Rampangilei

Chief of BNPB Indonesia;

Niale Kaba

Minister of Planning, Cote

d’Ivoire;

Mark Andrew Green

Administrator of the United

States Agency for International

Development (USAID);

Kim Dong-yeon

Minister of Strategy & Finance,

South Korea

Li Kouqing

Asia Finance Development

Institute, China.


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KNOWLEDGE MARKET PLACE

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 13.30 – 15.00

Venue:

Foyer Area | Main Building

Inaya Putri Bali

The market place aims to bring together national and international stakeholders to learn

from each other’s local innovations and development solutions. The market place format

allows for one-on-one discussions and knowledge sharing with the goal to foster peer

learning across provincial and national borders.

Local innovations and knowledge sharing solutions will be presented in open-air market

place booths. There are more than 15 institutions that have been scheduled to showcase

their innovations in this knowledge market place session.

1. Learning and sharing on Disaster Management

BNPB, Indonesia

2. Documenting and sharing village innovations

Ministry of Villages, Indonesia

3. Investment quality verification and auditing

BPKP, Indonesia

4. Learning from approaches to improve health and nutrition for child and maternal

mother

Ministry of Health, Indonesia and JICA

5. Investing in people and infrastructure in urban slums

Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia

6. Facilitating knowledge sharing on urban water and sanitation development

Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia

7. Knowledge sharing in the context of the Forest Investment Program Ministry of

Forestry and Environment, Indonesia

8. Learning from the City Planning Lab in selected municipalities in Indonesia

City of Denpasar, Indonesia

9. Peer Learning and sharing on Kenya Devolution

Ministry of Devolution, Council of Governors, Kenya

10. Learning from Medellin on transformational urban planning

ACI, Medellin


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11. Learning on Youth Employment in Cote d’Ivoire

Ministry of Youth, BCPE, Cote d’Ivoire

12. Peer learning and Organizational Knowledge Sharing on Accounting best practice

Shanghai National Accounting Institute, China

13. Peer learning on PFM good practices, Bangladesh

Ministry of Finance Bangladesh

14. Technical Deep Dives to facilitate peer learning on urban development

Tokyo Development Learning Center, Japan

15. Certificate Programs on Organizational Knowledge Sharing

Institute for Knowledge and Innovation Southeast Asia, Bangkok University

16. The Global Development Learning Network GDLN as a global facilitator for peer

learning

Global Development Learning Network GDLN, Korea Development Institute

17. The South-South Facility Trust Fund

World Bank

18. The Islamic Development Bank Reverse Linkages Program

IsDB

19. Best Practice of Technical Vocational Education Training in Indonesia

Ministry of Education, Indonesia & GIZ

20. South-South Cooperation Indonesia

National Coordination Team of SSC, Indonesia & USAID

21. The Global Delivery Initiative (GDI)

World Bank

22. Global Partnership on Knowledge Sharing (GPKS)

World Bank


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Parallel Thematic Session 1

Harnessing Local Innovations on

Maternal & Child Health (MCH)

and Nutrition as Driver for Global

Development

Aligned with the spirit of 2030 Sustainable

Development Goals (SDGs) No.3 regarding

reproductive, maternal, new born and child

health, this thematic breakout session aims

to showcase practical strategies and

examples for harnessing local innovations in

health sector, especially in the issue of

reproductive, maternal, new born and child

health (MCH). In the context of Indonesia, the

issue of MCH has become the priority area

and also an important investment asset that

will lead to the promotion of overall health.

Moreover, through the session, it is also

expected for the participants to be exposed

to the innovations that have been made in

Indonesia that can serve as inspiration for

other area or countries.

Guiding questions:

How do countries integrate knowledge

sharing concepts and implementation into

their national development policy

strategy?

How do international institutions support

and encourage countries to

institutionalize knowledge sharing?

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 15.00 – 16.30

Venue:

Breakout Room 1,

Inaya Putri Bali

Speakers

Keiko Osaki

JICA Expert on Health

dr. Kirana Pritasari

Director General for Public

Health, Ministry of Health –

Indonesia

dr. Ari Waluyo

TeleCTG Founder

Sam Clark

World Bank Group

Moderator

Tomoyuki Tada

JICA Expert on SSTC


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Parallel Thematic Session 2

Improving the Quality of

Vocational Education and

Training to Foster Local

Development Innovations

In the era of fast-changing economy and

disruptive technology, the needs for qualified

vocational education are on the rise. A

qualified vocational education system is an

essential force to support the acceleration of

economic development, including the

development in rural areas. This session aims

to introduce some breakthroughs in

vocational education sector in Indonesia that

leads to local development innovations

created by vocational students.

Guiding questions:

What are local solutions that can serve as

inspiration to meet SDG 4 especially in the

context of vocational education?

What are the success stories of local

development innovations that are

promoted by vocational schools?

What should be done to further enhance

capturing and sharing of local education

innovations to inspire national and

international peers?

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 15.00 – 16.30

Venue:

Breakout Room 2

Inaya Putri Bali

Speakers

Specialist, German

Government/GIZ (tbd)

Hamid Muhammad,

Directorate General of Primary

and Secondary Education,

Ministry of Education and

Culture, Indonesia

Director General, Ministry of

Education Myanmar (tbd)

Director General of Ministry of

Education, Kenya (tbd)

Representative of Principles of

national best practices

vocational school.

Moderator

Representative, GIZ (tbd)


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Parallel Thematic Session 3

Harnessing local solutions to

foster local economic

development

Villages have now become the forefront of

Government of Indonesia’s approach in

accelerating local economic development.

The villages communities are now being

granted power to plan their own

development agenda through the dana desa

or village fund policy. Moreover, innovations

are being encouraged and promoted through

the program of Village Innovation Programs

that allow villages to exchange and showcase

their development ideas. This session aims to

discuss and learn further from this exciting

shift on policy approach in Indonesia and

hopefully will be of inspiration for other

countries.

Guiding questions:

1. What are effective local solutions that

promote local economic development?

2. What should be done to further enhance

capturing and sharing of local innovations

to inspire national and international

peers?

3. What are strategies to bring private and

public-sector actors to work on a joint

agenda towards improved local economic

development?

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 15.00 – 16.30

Venue:

Breakout Room 3,

Inaya Putri Bali

Speakers

Anwar Sanusi

General Secretary Ministry of

Villages, Indonesia

Representative of Private

Sector

Representative, CSO / local

farmer association

Representative, India

Livelihoods project

Moderator

Dan Vadnjal


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Parallel Thematic Session 4

Sharing Good Practices on

Open Government

Implementation through

South-South and Triangular

Cooperation

Government of Indonesia has been working

to champion the implementation of open

government. The efforts made are not only

belong to the central government but also

local. One of the key driver of open

government implementation in Indonesia is

through the South-South and Triangular

Cooperation (SSTC). This session aims to

showcase Indonesia’s achievement and local

innovations in implementing open

government as well as to promote

Indonesia’s capacity in SSTC, particularly on

open government.

Guiding questions:

1. What are examples for successful open

government implementation? How are

they documented?

2. What are effective strategies to utilize

SSTC to promote open government?

3. What can development partners do to

support SSTC?

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 15.00 – 15.30

Venue:

Breakout Session 4,

Inaya Putri Bali

Speakers

Head of Mission, USAID

Indonesia

Yanuar Nugroho

Deputy Chief of Staff, Executive

Office of the President, Republic

Indonesia

Andreas Sihotang

Wahana Visi Indonesia

Representative of ABC Agency

Brazil

Moderator

M. Syarif

Director for Technical

Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign

Affairs


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Parallel Thematic Session 5

Effective M&E strategies for

Knowledge Sharing

While efforts are being made to promote

vertical as well as horizontal knowledge

sharing, it’s also important that we take a

look on how to create and ensure effective

monitoring and evaluation (M&E) strategies

to measure the impact of knowledge sharing.

Effective M&E strategies will create more

effective knowledge sharing process that will

lead to acceleration in the development

process. This session will feature experts

from the World Bank to share the best

practice cases in conducting M&E for

knowledge sharing.

Guiding questions:

1. What are country institutions doing to

effectively measure the impact of

knowledge sharing?

2. What are strategies going forward to

improve M&E on knowledge sharing?

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 15.00 – 16.30

Venue:

Breakout Room 5,

Inaya Putri Bali

Speakers

Nils Schulz

Multipolar

Representative from Asian

Development Bank (ADB)

Moderator

Phil Karp

World Bank


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Parallel Thematic Session 6

Triangular Cooperation

support to develop Country

Institutions’ Knowledge

Sharing Capacity

This session aims to discuss the financial

aspect of developing country institutions’

Knowledge Sharing capacity. One of the

models and opportunities exist that country

institutions can tap into is the Triangular

Cooperation scheme. In the case of

Indonesia, the Government of Indonesia and

Islamic Development Bank have a long

standing cooperation through the Reverse

Linkage initiative as a means to exchange

expertise, knowledge, and technology with

the Bank serving as a connector and catalyst.

This session will feature experts from the

Bank to hare best practices regarding

Triangular Cooperation suppot in developing

country institutions’ knowledge sharing

capacity.

Guiding questions:

1. How can Triangular Cooperation models

effectively contribute to strengthening

country institutions?

2. Which TrC models and opportunities exist

that country institutions can tap into?

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 15.00 – 16.30

Venue:

Breakout Room 6,

Inaya Putri Bali

Speakers

Riad Ragueb

Country Strategy and

Cooperation Department, IDB

Jorge Moreira da Silva

Director for Development Cooperation,

OECD

Representative from

Developing Countries (e.g.

Argentina)

Representative from UNOSSC


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Closing Session

Report Back,

Joint Communique and closing

remarks

Following up on the high level panel and

thematic sessions, HLM4 on CLKS will be

closed by delivering the sessions report as

well as delivering the Joint Communique of

this year event.

As the host of the event, Deputi Minister

from Bappenas and World Bank’s Country

Director for Indonesia will be given the honor

to convey the closing remarks.

Date and Time:

15 October 2018 | 16.45 – 17.45

Venue:

Mengiat Ballroom,

Inaya Putri Bali

Speakers

Mr. Slamet Sudarsono

Deputy Minister for Politics, Law,

Defence, and Security Affairs,

Ministry of National

Development Planning,

Indonesia

Rodrigo Chaves

Country Director for Indonesia,

World Bank


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FIELD VISIT

Date and Time:

16 October 2018 | 9.00 – 17.00

Venue:

Village in Bali

After full day sessions, the event will provide a field visit program to visit

local innovation centers. Through the field visit program, participants

could observe the knowledge sharing and management practice in some

local innovations in Bali. It will be a great opportunity to directly meet and

interact with the local innovators and learn more about their challenges

and constraints as well as tips to overcome the conditions. The field visit

program will also be a good opportunity to build network with the local

innovation centers for future cooperation.


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SPEAKERS

Prof. Bambang P.S. Brodjonegoro, Ph.D

Minister of National Development

Planning/Head of Bappenas (Indonesia)

Laura Tuck

Vice President, Sustainable Development, World

Bank

Koichi Hasegawa

Vice President, JICA

Dr. Mansur Muhtar

Vice President, IsDB


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SPEAKERS

Eko Putro Sandjojo

Minister of Villages, Disadvantage Region and

Transmigration, Indonesia.

Willem Rampangilei

Chief of BNPB Indonesia;

Dr. Li Kouqing,

Asia Finance Development Institute, China.

Jorge Moreira da Silva

Director for Development Co-operation, OECD


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Time:

9.00 – 18.00

Venue:

Breakout Room,

Inaya Putri Bali

Day 3

(Optional Workshop - LEARNING DAY)

17 October 2018

On day 3, we also provide state-of-the-art strategic and technical workshops

that aim to give knowledge on how to master the how-to of systematic

knowledge capturing and sharing. There are six optional workshops in which

certificate will be provided.

9:00 –

12:30

Learning Room A Learning Room B Learning Room C Learning Room D

Workshop 1

Becoming a

Knowledge Sharing

Organization –

Knowledge as a

Driver for

Organizational

Effectiveness

Facilitator: Steffen

Janus, World Bank

Workshop 3

Capturing and

Documenting

Experiences for

Scale-up

Facilitator: Robin

Van Kippersluis,

World Bank

Workshop 4

Reverse Linkages –

Organizing

Twinning

Arrangements for

Results

Facilitator: TBD,

Islamic

Development Bank

Workshop 6

The Global Delivery

Initiative –

Developing

Effective Case

Studies

Facilitator: TBD,

World Bank

12:30 –

13:30

13:30 –

17:00

Workshop 2

The Art of

Knowledge

Exchange – The

How-to of Effective

Knowledge Sharing

Facilitator: Phil Karp,

World Bank

Capturing and

Documenting

Experiences for

Scale-up (contd.)

Lunch break

Workshop 5

Organizing

Effective

Communities of

Practice

Facilitator: Ivan

Butina, World Bank

Workshop 7

Leveraging

Knowledge,

Information, and

Data for operations

at the World Bank

Facilitator: Margot

Brown, World Bank

17:00 –

18:00

Knowledge Cafe


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VENUE MAP

Inaya Putri Bali Hotel & Resort

Address: Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua Lot S-3,

Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363

Telephone: +62 361 2002900

Website: http://inayaputribali.com


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Foyer Area

(Registration & Market Place)

Entry from

Lobby

BR

BR

Mengiat Ballroom

(Opening, Plenary, Closing)

Breakout

Room

(BR)

Map 1. Upper Ground Meeting Building

Breakout

Room

(BR)

Breakout

Room

(BR)

Map 2. Lower Ground Meeting Building


Secretariat of the 4th High Level Meeting on Country-Led

Knowledge Sharing

Directorate for Foreign Policy and International Development Cooperation

Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas

Republic of Indonesia

Address

: Jalan Taman Suropati No. 2, Jakarta 10310 – Indonesia

Telephone : +62 21 3905650 (ext. 1546)

Email Address : clks2018@bappenas.go.id

Website

: http://clks2018.bappenas.go.id

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