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The 35th Partnership Forum: “Partnership in Knowledge Sector: Research Collaboration for Policy Making.”


For the first time, CCPHI held the Partnership Forum focusing on the knowledge sector. Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) hosted the 35th Partnership Forum in their office on the 9th floor of Ratu Plaza Office Building, Jakarta on Wednesday, 2 August 2017 featuring the “Partnership in Knowledge Sector: Research Collaboration for Policy Making.” In this Forum, KSI with one of its partners, Cakra Wikara Indonesia (CWI), shared the information and learning process to the attending participants, on how partnerships are formed and implemented, including its results and impact.

Opening EPSP Batch 6


Ayu Nindiati, Deputy Rector of Paramadina University officially opened EPSP Batch 6. The program started on Monday, 7 August 2017 at Paramadina Graduate School, Tempo Building 7th Floor, and attended by 15 participants from companies, NGOs and government agencies. The program will run until November 2017. EPSP is a collaboration between Paramadina University and CCPHI, and supported by Ford Foundation (© CCPHI 2017).

The 8th Health& Business Forum – Mobile Technology for Posyandu to Improve the Quality of Children’s Health in Indonesia


CCPHI, in collaboration with YCCP facilitated the Health & Business Forum on Thursday, 20 April 2017. This event was hosted by Wahana Visi Indonesia, featuring Mobile Technology for Posyandu to Improve the Quality of Children’s Health in Indonesia, a partnership between Wahana Visi Indonesia and HSBC.

COMMEMORATING WORLD TB DAY 2017 Stop TB Partnership Indonesia Advocated Three Recommendations to End TB in Indonesia


JAKARTA, 15 MARCH 2017 — Forum Stop TB Partnership Indonesia (FSTPI), in commemorating World TB Day 2017, advocated 3 important measures for the government to take: (1) that all ministries and agencies be involved in the effort to end TB; (2) to issue a presidential decree in eradicating TB in Indonesia as the legal basis for the involvement of all stakeholders; and (3) to organize and set a quality standards in TB eradication for private, CSO, and health service sectors in Indonesia.

Opening EPSP Batch 5


Totok Soefijanto – representing Rector of Paramadina University officially opened EPSP Program Batch 5. The program started on Monday 13 March 2017 at Paramadina Graduate School, Tempo Building 7th Floor and participated by 21 representatives from companies, NGOs and government agencies. The participants will attend this education program until May 2017. EPSP is a collaboration between Paramadina University and CCPHI with support of Ford Foundation (© CCPHI 2017).

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