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1 Country Programme Framework (CPF) RAPAT KERJA BATAN 28 FEBRUARI – 1 MARET 2007 BATAN SERPONG GEDUNG 71

2 BACKGROUND Resources is limited in the Member States and the IAEA The available resources should be used wisely in order to get the maximum benefit from the limited resources

3 BACKGROUND We need tools : For a Member State: to direct how they want Technical Cooperation (TC) support to be used in that country For the IAEA: –to ensure that Technical Cooperation funds are used according to Member States’ needs and priorities. –to ensure effective integration of the Technical Cooperation Fund (TCF) into the development efforts of Member States

4 BACKGROUND The tool is: COUNTRY PROGRAMME FRAMEWORK (CPF)

5 WHAT CPF IS? A Country Programme Framework (CPF) document represents the mutual understanding between the IAEA and an individual Member State with regard to their Technical Co-operation (TC) programme in supporting the national development objectives in the medium term (4-6 years). CPF is a concise reference document for preparing project requests by Member States and for appraising those request and allocating resources by the Agency

6 WHAT CPF IS? CPF is a tool for the IAEA to set priorities. CPF is not a bible but a dynamics document. In order to ensure that the CPF is up to date and really reflects the developments of the country, the CPF can be revised and updated

7 OBJECTIVES OF CPF To strengthen TC project planning and design by examining the broader context of problems experienced in Member States To facilitate the most effective and efficient integration of project activities at the national, regional, and interregional levels. To ensure that IAEA TC activities in applications of nuclear technology are linked to well-defined national development objectives and priorities, and will contribute to them.

8 OBJECTIVES OF CPF To fully engage all stake holders in project planning, formulation and implementation arrangements To build partnerships between IAEA, counterpart organizations and other national authorities involved in national social and economic development in order to ensure the sustainability of impact of technical cooperation activities

9 Member StateStatusFinalization Status BGD Draftend 2003 CPR Draftmid 2003 INS ( ) Signed2000** MAL Signed2000 MON Signed2001 MYA To be initiated2004 PAK Completedmid 2003 PHI Signed1995 ROK To be initiated2004 SRL Signed2000 THA To be initiated2004 VIE completed2003 **Revised in 2004, is being drafted Country Programme Framework (CPF) – Status

10 INDONESIAN CPF The CPF covering a period of 2001–2006 was signed in November To accommodate development changes and in order to ensure that the CPF really reflects the developments, the CPF has been revised and updated, and signed in September 2004.

11 INDONESIAN CPF The CPF document is being prepared by BATAN as the national focal point and coordinating institution for the IAEA. For this purpose, extensive consultations were held with all the relevant Government Agencies and Ministries, both at the national and provincial levels, Universities, R&D institutes, other related education/training centres, and the end users. Overall contents of this document, including identification of areas of interest, and setting up of priorities have been finalized after intensive consultations among all these stakeholders. Inputs are invited until end of March (masukan baru dari PTLR dan PTKMR)

12 Basic Policy ( draft) The BATAN’s basic policy has been formulated in accordance with and in line with National Research Agenda, Strategic Policy on Science and Technology Development, Medium Term National Development Plan ( ), and Long Term National Development Plan ( ). Strategy has been established and priority areas have been determined to facilitate the development and utilization of nuclear science and technology, and for the effective dissemination of information, relating to its benefits, to the public.

13 Implementation Strategy The implementation strategy is designed to give the highest impact in the most cost effective manner. The strategy includes the following elements: The programmes and activities are designed to provide cost-effective S&T solutions to various national development problems. In that sense, these activities are largely demand/market driven, end-user oriented and have a significant socio-economic impact. Some activities relating to capacity building and scientific research and development in new technologies are being pursued in parallel. Development of national networks comprising the relevant Government agencies/institutions at the regional levels, national R&D institutions, universities, end-user/beneficiary groups. Development of links and cooperation with technologically advanced countries and international organizations, such as the IAEA.

14 Priority Areas For the last few years, programmes of activities have been designed and implemented to strengthen the development of following sectors of national interest: Basic Human Needs, include: Agriculture, Livestock, Human Health and Environmental Protection including the Radiological Safety of the Environment Management and Sustainable Utilization of Natural Resources Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Safety Security, and Radiological Protection of the Environment Industrial Development Strengthening of national capacity in Nuclear Science and Technology Strengthening of national capacity in Nuclear Legislation Development and Establishment

15 Programme Areas National: TC (Technical Cooperation) project code INS Regional: RCA (Regional Cooperative Agreement), Non RCA, project code RAS (RAP, Regional Agreement Programme / RPP, Regional Project Program) Interregional: project code INT EBP (Extra Budgetary Programme) RC (Research Contract): individual

16 NATIONAL TC PROJECT Dr. Suharyono (PATIR – Batan) 97,93093,280 Development of Environmentally Sound Livestock and Agricultural Production INS/5/034 Dr. Tri Budi Murdiati (Balai Penelitian Veterinary – Balivet, Bogor) 135,93063,672 Enhancement of Quality Assurance for the Analysis of Veterinary Drug Residues INS/5/ ,465688,920T O T A L Dr. Djarwani S. Soedjoko (FMIPA – UI) 88,01097,264 Strengthening the Knowledge and Capacity of Medical Physicists in Indonesia INS/6/013 Dr. Johannes Suhardiman (RSUD – Ulin) 096,600Initiation of Radiotherapy Center in Kalimantan INS/6/012 Prof. Alvian Noor (Unhas, Makasar) 113,39589,864 Application of Nuclear Techniques for Screening and Improving Cash Crop Plants in Coastal Saline Lands INS/5/035 Khairul Huda (Bapeten) 60,24079,960 Preparation of Regulations, Codes, Guides and Standards for a Nuclear Power Plant INS/4/035 Dr. Sudi Ariyanto (PPEN – Batan) 64,66080,400Preparation for a Nuclear Power Plant INS/4/033 Dr. Ferhat Aziz (BKHH – Batan) 90,30087,880 Human Resources Development and Nuclear Technology Support INS/0/ Counterpart Financial Approval (US$) Title Project Code No

17 KONTRIBUSI BATAN KEPADA IAEA Jenis 2005 (US $) 2006 (US $) 2007 (US $) NPC 67, (untuk TC project ) -66, (untuk TC project ) TCF80, NPC Proyek Regional dan Interregional (untuk FE & SV) - 2, (periode 1 Jan s/d 30 Sept. 2005) (periode 1 Okt s/d 30 Sept. 2006) Extra Budgetary (s/d 2003 dibayar US$ 10,000 untuk RCA) -- ada sisa US$1,500 Total 147, , , ,000.00

18 IAEA Fund for INS ComponentNationalRegionalInterregionalTotal Experts Meetings & Workshops Fellowships Scientific Visits Training Courses Equipments Sub-Contracts Total

19 What is RCA ? The Regional Co-operative Agreement (RCA) is an intergovernmental agreement for East Asia & Pacific region, under the auspices of the IAEA, in which the Government Parties undertake, in co-operation with each other and with the IAEA to promote and co-ordinate co- operative research, development (R&D) and training project in nuclear science and technology through their appropriate national institutions.

20 RCA Member State 1. Australia (1977) 11. New Zealand (1994) 2. Bangladesh (1974) 12. Pakistan (1974) 3. China (1977) 13. Philippines (1973) 4. India (1977) 14. Singapore (1974) 5. Indonesia (1972) 15. Sri Lanka (1976) 6. Rep. of Korea (1974) 16. Thailand (1972) 7. Japan (1982) 17. Vietnam (1972) 8. Malaysia (1975) 9. Mongolia (1992) 10. Myanmar (1997)

21 No.INSTITUSI Batan14 proyek12 proyek 2Bapeten2 proyek1 proyek 3RSCM2 proyek 4UI1 proyek 5RSHS1 proyek3 proyek 6Balitbang Gizi Bogor 1 proyek TOTAL 21 proyek ( 10 new, 8 extension, 3 continuation) 20 proyek ( 14 new, 2 extension, 4 continuation) Keterangan: (dari IAEA) Continuation: Projects approved for implementation over a period beyond one programming cycle of two years. Extensions: Projects approved for implementation beyond the originally planned duration. RCA program 2005 – 2006 &

22 No.INSTITUSI Batan4 proyek10 proyek ( 2 proyek belum ada jawaban dari pusatnya) 2Bapeten7 proyek5 proyek (Belum ada jawaban dari Bapeten) 3Unika Atmajaya1 proyek 4RSHS & RSCM1 proyek 5Balitbang Gizi Bogor 1 proyek TOTAL 14 proyek 18 proyek ( 16 new, 2 continuation) Keterangan: (dari IAEA) Continuations: Projects approved for implementation over a period beyond one programming cycle of two years. Extentions: Projects approved for implementation beyond the originally planned duration. Non RCA Program &

23 Implementasi RCA & Non-RCA tahun 2005 dan tahun 2006: 2005 Jumlah kegiatan/pertemuan (RTC, Meeting, Workshop): 48 kegiatan (di LN 46, di Indonesia 2) Jumlah peserta INS yang mengikuti pertemuan: 73 orang 2006 Jumlah kegiatan/pertemuan (RTC, Meeting, Workshop) : 60 kegiatan (di LN 53, di Indonesia 7) Jumlah peserta INS yang mengikuti pertemuan: 101 orang

24 Hosting of Non RCA in Indonesia 2007 ProjectEventNPCHostDate Strengthening infrastructure for Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) (RAS/3/009/ Non RCA) Regional Coordination Meeting Strengthening infrastructure for Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) Djarot Sulistio Wisnubroto PTBIN26-30 March Request to the Government of Indonesia to Host the Regional Training Course on QC Test Procedure in Nuclear Instrument Maintenance and Refurbishment (RAS/4/027/Non RCA) Request to the Government of Indonesia to Host the Regional Training Course on QC Test Procedure in Nuclear Instrument Maintenance and Refurbishment Rukmono PribadiPRPN7-18 May Support Towards Self- Reliance and Sustainability of National Nuclear Institutions (RAS/0/046/ Non RCA) Regional Meeting to Guide and Review Draft Strategic Plans and Processes for Sustainability Wawan Suwanda PKTNMay Strengthening Nuclear Power Infrastructure and Planning (RAS/4/029/ Non - RCA) Regional Workshop (Meeting) on Introduction Nuclear Power Infrastructure Bambang Suprawoto PPEN11-Jun-15 NPC = National Project Coordinator

25 Hosting of RCA Event in Indonesia 2007 Project Event NPCHostDate Adding Value to Materialsthrough Irradiation with Neutrons (RAS/4/026) Regional Training Course on Neutron Irradiation Technology Alim TariganPRSGJune 4-16 Novel Applications of Food Irradiation Technology for Improving Socioeconomic Development (RAS/5/046) Project Planning Meeting Zubaidah IrawatiPATIRJuly Raising Productivity in the Coal, Minerals and Petrochemical Industries by using Nucleonic Analysis Systems and Radiotracers (RAS/8/107) Technical Meeting on Marketing and Quality Management of Radiotracer and Sealed Source Techniques SugihartoPATIRAugust NPC = National Project Coordinator

26 RCA Project for 2007 – 2008 Approved (20 projects, status 6 December 2006) AGRICULTURE National Project Coordinator (NPC) 1 RAS/5/043 Continuation Development of Sustainable Land Use and Management Strategies for Controlling Soil Erosion and Improving Soil and Water Quality Barokah AliyantaGroup leader in sedimentology, Center for Research and Development of Isotopes and Radiation Technology, National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl. Cinere Pasar Jumat, Jakarta Selatan Ph.: Fax: RAS/5/045 NEW Improvement of Crop Quality and Stress Tolerance for Sustainable Crop Production by Mutation Techniques and Biotechnology Dr. Soeranto Human Researcher, Center for Application of Isotope and Radiation Technology, National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl.Cinere Pasar Jumat, Jakarta Selatan Ph. : Fax : RAS/5/046 NEW Novel Application of Food Irradiation Technology for Improving Socioeconomic Development Dr. Ir. Zubaidah Irawati Center for Application of Isotope and Radiation Technology National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl.Cinere Pasar Jumat, Jakarta Selatan Ph. : Fax :

27 HUMAN HEALTH 4 RAS/6/040 Continuation Improvement of QA for Brachytherapy of Frequent Cancers in the Region (New) Prof. Dr. SusworoRadiotherapy Department, Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo National General Hospital (RSCM)/ Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia Jl. Diponegoro No. 71, Jakarta Ph.: ext 122 or 116 Fax: RAS/6/041 Continuation Prevention of Osteoporosis and Promotion of Bone Mass in Asian Populations using a Food-based Approach (New) Dr. Jajah K. Husaini, SKM, MS Nutrition Research and Development Center Jl. Dr. Sumeru No. 63, Bogor Ph.: Fax: RAS/6/042 Continuation Tumor Imaging Using Radioisotope Dr. A. Hussein S. Kartamihardja, Sp.KN Nuclear Medicine Department, School of Medicine, University of Padjadjaran/ Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Jl. Pasirkaliki No. 192, Bandung Ph.: Fax: RAS/6/038 Extension Strengthening Medical Physics through Education and Training Dr. DjarwaniHead of Physics Department, Faculty of Math. and Sciences, University of Indonesia, Depok Ph.: , Fax:

28 HUMAN HEALTH 8 RAS/6/029 Extension Upgrading Nuclear Medicine Technologist Training Dr. Trias Nugrahadi Nuclear Medicine Department, School of Medicine, University of Padjadjaran/ Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Jl. Pasirkaliki No. 192, Bandung Ph.: Fax: RAS/6/049 New Upgrading Sustainability of PET Technology Dr.Hussein Kartamihardha Nuclear Medicine Department, School of Medicine, University of Padjadjaran/ Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital Jl. Pasirkaliki No. 192, Bandung Ph.: Fax: RAS/6/048 New Application of 3D conformal Radiotheraphy for predominant cancers in the RCA Region. Dr. Soehartati A.G., Sp.Rad (K) Onk. Rad Head of Radiotherapy Department, Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo National General Hospital (RSCM)/ Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia Jl. Diponegoro No. 71, Jakarta Ph.: Fax:

29 ENVIRONMENT 11 RAS/7/015 New Characterization and source identification of Air Particulate Pollution in the Asian Region Dr. MuhayatunHead of Labelled Compound and Radiometry Division, Centre for Nuclear Technology of Material and Radiometry National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl. Tamansari No. 71, Bandung Ph.: Fax: RAS/8/104 New Assessment of trends in freshwater quality using environmental isotopes and chemical techniques for improved resource management Djijono, SE, M.SiCenter for Research and Development of Isotopes and Radiation Technology, National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl. Cinere Pasar Jumat, Jakarta Selatan Ph.: Fax: RAS/7/016 New Establishing a benchmark for assessing the radiological impact of nuclear power activities on the marine environment in the Asia-Pacific region Dr. Zainal Abidin, Dipl. Geo Head of Natural Resources Division, Center for Application of Isotope and nd Radiation Technology National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl.Cinere Pasar Jumat, Jakarta Selatan Ph. : Fax :

30 INDUSTRY 14 RAS/8/105 New Improvement of Production quality and safety steel, petrochemical and civil industries using Advanced Industrial Radiography and Tomography Techniques Ir. Renaningsih Setjo, M.Sc Center for Application of Isotope and Radiation Technology National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl.Cinere Pasar Jumat, Jakarta Selatan Ph. : Fax : RAS/8/106 New Consolidation of Radiation Processing Application for Health and Environment Dr. Darmawan Darwis Center for Application of Isotope and nd Radiation Technology National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl.Cinere Pasar Jumat, Jakarta Selatan Ph. : Fax : RAS/8/107 New Intensification of Productivity in Coal, Minerals and Petrochemical Industries using Nucleonic Analysis System (NAS) and Radiotracers Drs. Sugiharto, MT Head of group of industry, Center for Application of Isotope and Radiation Technology National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) Jl.Cinere Pasar Jumat, Jakarta Selatan Ph. : Fax :

31 ENERGY 17 RAS/0045 New Evaluation of Sustainable Energy Development Strategies for Addressing Climate Changes Issue Edi SartonoCenter for Nuclear Energy Development, National Nuclear Energy Agency(BATAN) Jl. Kuningan Barat, Mampang Prapatan P.O.Box 4390 Jakarta Ph. : Fax: RESEARCH REACTORS 18 RAS/4/026 New Increasing Material Value by Neutron Irradiation Drs. Alim Tarigan Center for Multi Purpose Reactor, (PRSG) National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) PUSPIPTEK Complex OB No. 31 Serpong, Tangerang Ph.: Fax:

32 RADIATION PROTECTION 19 RAS/9/042 New Sustainability of Regional Radiation Protection Infrastructure Drs. Suhartono Zahir Deputy Chairman for Licensing and Inspection, Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency (BAPETEN) Jl. Gajah Mada No. 8, Jakarta Ph.: Fax: TCDC 20 RAS/0/048 New Management of TCDC (Technical Cooperation Among Developing Countries) Dr. Ferhat AzizHead of Bureau for Cooperation, Legal and Public Relation Affairs Jl. Kuningan Barat Mampang Prapatan Jakarta Selatan Ph.: Fax:

33 E B P (Extra Budgetary Programme) a. Koordinator Nasional : Deputi PTEN-Batan, Ir. Adi Wardoyo b. Sekretariat : Dr. Ferhat Aziz, Dra. Swastika Risa c. Steering Committee – ANSN : Dr. Anhar Antariksawan Nara Sumber ANSN : Ir. Alfahari Mardi, MSc. Koordinator Topical Group (TG): 1) IT-TG (Information Technology: Drs. Piping Supriatana, M.Sc. 2) SA-TG (Safety Analysis): Ir. Puradwi Ismu Wahyono, DEA 3) ET-TG (Education and Training): Drs. Karsono, M.Sc. 4) EPR-TG (Emergency Preparedness Response): Ir. Wawan Suwanda, MM 5) RWM-TG (Radioactive Waste Management): Dr. Djarot Wisnubroto d. ISE–CNSP (Integrated Safety Evaluation–Country Nuclear Safety Profile): Ir. Iman Kuntoro 1) ET : Drs. Hendriyanto 2) Kartini : Dr. Tri Wulan Tjiptono 3) TRIGA 2000: Drs. Ilham Yazid 4) RSG–GAS : Drs. Alim Tarigan

34 APPROVED ACTIVITIES FOR 2007 No.Title of Activities Type of Assistance Activity NoteCounterpart (CP) 1 Training Course on Probabilistic Safety Analysis Workshop ETC – Batan Accepted. Scope should be further discussed. To be conducted in the framework of ANSN- SATG (tentative date: 6-16 August 2007) Drs. Hendriyanto 2 Workshop on the Assessment and Validation of Personnel Competency in Nuclear Safety Workshop ETC - Batan Accepted. To be conducted in the framework of ANSN- ETTG Drs. Hendriyanto 3 Improvement of Safety Management and Operation of Kartini Research Reactor (Follow- up mission) Expert Mission Kartini Batan AcceptedDr. Tjiptono 4 Siting for Radwaste Disposal in Java Island Workshop and Expert Mission Batan Accepted. (tentative date: 3 th qtr 2007) Dr. Djarot W. 5 SAR of Bandung RR including follow up for “Core Bubbling” and “Surveillance Programmes for Water Chemistry Bandung” Expert Mission Postponed activities from 2006 would be jointly conducted in March 2007 Ir. Ilham Yazid 6 Review of Radiation Protection Programme and I&C System for Bandung RR Expert Mission BatanAgreed Dra. Rini H. Ir. Ilham Yazid 7 Workshop on Regulatory Oversight during Operation of RR Workshop BapetenAccepted, IAEA proposal E B P

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