TA Completion Date Original: 28 Feb 2015 Actual: 28 Feb 2016
Account Closing Date Original: 28 Feb 2015 Actual: 30 April 2016
According to bank documents, the capacity development technical assistance (TA) was intended to assist the government in: (i) identifying the existing constraints to meeting its AEC commitments, particularly in infrastructure; (ii) developing a strategy and plan to address those constraints; (iii) assisting in prioritizing RPJMN (Medium Term Development Plan) investments; and (iv) providing some support to assessing the impact and benefits of Indonesia’s policy on trade and services under the AEC. The Indonesian Ministry for National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) was the executing and implementing agency.
The expected impact is that the ability of Indonesia to implement MPAC is improved. The expected outcome is Indonesia regional integration under ASEAN is enhanced. The TA outputs are: (1) approaches for implementing MPAC commitments under its three pillars are finalized; and (2) approaches for delivering international connectivity programs are aligned with RPJMN 2015–2019.
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 0.23 million
Project Officer: Gill, Anthony Robert
Southeast Asia Department
National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)
Jl. Taman Suropati No. 2
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