Stakeholders

Evidence Summit (ES) stakeholders, who are also AIPI partners, play an important role in achieving ES goals to improve the quality of maternal and neonatal health through enriched scientific evidence and best practices. Stakeholders also ensure the sustainability of ES results, especially those related to the implementation of policy recommendations based on the Evidence Summit activities and findings.

To that end, stakeholders are expected to contribute as follows:

  • Provide sources of scientific literature and good practice of programs in line with topic area and focal questions of Evidence Summit activities.
  • Provide feedback on the outcome of ES Phase I and the plan of ES Phase II. In Phase II, field visits are carried out to confirm the systematic review results and draw feedback on good practice of programs to improve the quality of maternal and neonatal health.
  • Provide input to the mapping of stakeholder roles.

Key Stakeholders of Evidence Summit AIPI

Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia:
  1. Head of the Agency for Human Resource Development and Empowerment
  2. Head of the Agency for Research and Health Development
  3. Director of Family Health
Ministry of National Development Planning/Agency of National Development Planning (Bappenas)

Deputy Minister of PPN/Head of Bappenas for Human Development, Society and Culture

Ministry of Home Affairs

Head of the Agency for Research and Development

Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education

Directorate General for Research and Development

Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture

Deputy for Coordination of Health Improvement

Health Care and Social Security Agency

Director of Planning, Development and Risk Management

Association of Higher Health Education
  1. Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Medical Education Institutions (AIPKI)
  2. Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Nursing Education Institutions (AIPNI)
  3. Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Midwifery Education Institution (AIPKIND)
  4. Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Higher Education of Public Health (AIPTKMI)
Organization of Health Profession
  1. Chairman of the Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI)
  2. Chairman of the Indonesian Midwives Association (IBI)
  3. Chairman of the Public Health Association of Indonesia (IAKMI)
  4. Chairman of the National Indonesian Association of Nurses (PPNI)
  5. Chairman of the Indonesian Pediatric Association (IDAI)
  6. Chairman of the Indonesian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology (POGI)
Donor groups
  1. Representative of USAID Indonesia
  2. National Project Officer of Maternal and Child Health Program USAID
  3. Head of Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Australia in Indonesia
  4. Senior Health Specialist of World Bank Indonesia
WHO Indonesia
  1. Director of Maternal and Reproductive Health
  2. National Project Officer for Maternal and Reproductive Health
  3. National Project Officer for Child Health
UNFPA Indonesia
  1. National Project Officer for Gender
  2. National Project Officer for Reproductive Health
UNICEF Indonesia

Maternal & Child Health Specialist

Non-government organizations
  1. Project Officer of International Development Groups–University Research Co. LLC
  2. Chairman of the Maternal and Child Health Movement (GKIA)
  3. Chairman of PKU Muhammadiyah
  4. Chairman of Nahdlatul Ulama Institute of Health (LKNU)
  5. Director of Save The Children
  6. Director of Wahana Visi Indonesia
  7. Director of Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
  8. Indonesian Young Health Professionals’ Society (IYHPS)
Research and Development Centre
  1. Indonesia representative of J-PAL (Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab)
  2. Head of Women Research Institute (WRI)