Engaging with local communities for the SDGs Subandi Sardjoko

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IMPLEMENTING 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: FROM GLOBAL COMMITMENT TO LOCAL ACTION

Engaging with Local Communities for the Sustainable Development Goals

Subandi Sardjoko

Deputy Minister for Human and Society DevelopmentAnd Cultural AffairsMinistry of National Development Planning/BAPPENASRepublic of IndonesiaThe 10th Global RCE Conference Jogyakarta Indonesia, 22 November 2016

OutlineMDGs Achievements in Indonesia;Unfinished Agenda of MDGs for Future Development in Indonesia;From MDGs to SDGs and SDGs Principles;Indonesia SDGs: Goals, Targets and Indicators;SDGs Platforms;Preparation for Implementing SDGs;Major Challenge of Implementing SDGs in Indonesia;Implementation of No One Left Behind Principle.

MDGs AchievementsAchievement Indonesia in 2015:Out of 8 Goals, 18 targets and 67 indicators of MDGs

Unfinished Agenda of MDGs (among others:)4

5 Poverty in Indonesia Percentage of people living below the national poverty line, 2000-2015

6 Maternal Mortality

Maternal MortalityIDHSIDHSIDHSIDHSIDHSMDGs Target

Source: Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey

7 HIV and AIDS Prevalence Cumulative HIV and AIDS cases, 2005-2015

8 Malnutrition of Under FiveTrend of Malnutrition of Under Five in Indonesia, 1989-2013

9 Drinking Water Resources Trend of Access to Drinking Water Resources, 2000-2015

10 Basic Sanitation Access to Basic Sanitation, 2000-2015*2005, the survey was not conducted due to the tsunami in Aceh

Unfinished Agenda of MDGs for Future Development in IndonesiaAchievement gap among provinces and districts/ cities as well as among social economic statusLimited resources, not only from Non-State actors, but also the non-inclusion of resource mobilization from businesses and communitiesFurther improve the database of the MDGs indicators at the district and city levelsMore top-down from the governmentAdequate communication strategy and advocacy to different stakeholders at national and sub-national level

From MDGs to SDGs

SDGsMDGs

SDGs Principles

14SDGs to Improve MDGs Expanding source of financing, not only support from developed countries but also private sectorEmphasizing of human rights to ensure no discrimination to poverty alleviation in all of its dimensionsMore comprehensive by involving more countries with universal goals, both developed and developing countriesInclusive, specifically focussing to difable and vulnerable134Involving all stakeholders: government, civil society, philanthropy and business, and academia 5MDGs target only halving, SDGs target to accomplish all indicators Zero Goals6Not only Goals but also Means of Implementation

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Indonesia SDGs Goals, Targets, and Indicators

16SDGs Platforms

17Preparation for Implementing SDGs

18National SDGs Coordination Team

19SDGs Key Documents

Developing of Database to set up more than 240 SDGs indicators. Each indicator has to be disaggregated, such as by gender, age group, geographic location, income level, disability, and migration status.20Major Challenge of Implementing SDGs in Indonesia

Guard the work process to achieve the target we want, together;Involve all parties in a process to establish mutual trust;Ensure democratic process as development foundation to ensure success21Implementation of No One Left Behind Principle

THANK YOU22