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Establishing a university consortium on global health indonesian german cooperation

Establishing a University Consortium on Global HealthIndonesian-German Cooperation

Workshop for finalizing proposal

Yogyakarta, 10-11 April 2013


Background

Background

  • Bilateral Agreement for establishing center of excellence under Debt Swap phase II

  • “Sexy” health issues in Indonesia-post MDGs:

    • Climate change, population, social and economic changes have impact on human health

    • The struggle to contain rising rates of non-communicable diseases


Establishing a university consortium on global health indonesian german cooperation

  • Challenges for universities on research

    • Bureaucratic entity, more focused on teaching than research, research culture is not yet cultivated

    • Uncoordinated research activities within university and inter-university


Establishing a university consortium on global health indonesian german cooperation

  • GadjahMada University (UGM) as one of leading institutions in Indonesia has sufficient infrastructure and capacity to accommodate the Research Center.

  • For the purpose of social accountability, UGM will assist other universities to uplift their research capacity


Indonesian partner consortium

Indonesian partner consortium

  • GadjahMada University (UGM)

    • Consortium leader, global health

  • JenderalSoedirman University (UNSOED)

    • Climate change impact and mitigation (SPICE project with Uni-Bremen on marine ecology)

    • Cancer

  • Andalas University (UNAND)

    • Cancer

    • Natural biodiversity, herbal medicine

  • Mulawarman University (UNMUL)

    • Climate change adaptation and mitigation

  • Diponegoro University (UNDIP)

    • Cancer


German partner consortium

German partner consortium

  • Heidelberg University

    • Institute for Public Health, Heidelberg Initiative Global Health

    • Institute for Pharmacy und Molecular Biotechnology (IPMB)

  • German Cancer Research Center DKFZ, Heidelberg

  • Munich University

    • Institute of International Health

  • Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt


Purposes

Purposes

  • Main Purpose: Establishing a University Consortium on Global Health

  • Specific Purposes:

    • To strengthen researches capacity (human resources, finance and infrastructure) on Global Health at UGM, UNSOED, UNAND, UNMUL, UNDIP

    • To strengthen research coordination and management on Global Health at UGM, UNSOED, UNAND, UNMUL and UNDIP


Purposes1

Purposes

  • To strengthen collaborative researches on Global Health between Heidelberg University, Ludwig Maximilians University-Munich, DKFZ, Senckenberg Museum, and University Consortium on Global Health

  • To transfer, share and disseminate advances in sciences, technology, knowledge and skills on Global Health issues

  • To contribute to the Indonesian Policy Makers on how to tackle global health issues


Purposes2

Purposes

  • To collaborate in getting research funds from international agencies

  • To promote sustainability through equal partnership

  • To assist the Indonesian Government in achieving MDGs

  • To promote collaboration with other funding agencies and partners, nationally and internationally


Program strategy

Program Strategy

  • UGM will host the Consortium and will take the lead in developing and running the Program

  • The Program will be divided into four phases:

    • Phase 1: Proposal preparation and start up

    • Phase 2: Building the foundation

    • Phase 3: Internal consolidation

    • Phase 4: Self-financing and self-governance


Program strategy1

Program Strategy

  • Capacity building for researches in line with latest advances and international standards by German partners to Indonesian partners

  • Exchange and sharing

  • Smooth transition from German led phase to Indonesian led phase


Main themes

Main themes

  • Climate Change and health: impact, adaptation and mitigation

  • Biodiversity and health, ecosystem sustainability

  • Natural disasters and health

  • Health transition challenges: NCDs, chronic care etc.

  • Cancer

  • Health workforce and academic training, research capacity strengthening

  • Translation of research into policy


Roadmap of the development of iurc gh

Roadmap of the development of IURC-GH

Roadmap of the development of the consortium

2021-2023

2018-2020

2014-2017

Phase 3

Internal consolidation: led by the German and Indonesian partners

2012-2013

Phase 1

Proposal development

And Start up


Phase 1 2012 2013

Phase 1 : 2012-2013

  • Proposal Development and start up

    • Building Commitment between partner universities in German and in Indonesia and the Directorate General of Higher Education

    • Appointment of Core Team

    • Workshop for finalizing the proposal in Indonesia

    • Launching joint collaboration and signing of MOU between Partners


Phase 2 a 2014

Phase 2 (a): 2014

  • Building the Foundation: led by the German partners

    • Director of the consortium is from German

    • Vice Director of consortium is from Indonesia

    • Situational analysis in Indonesia in relation to the research areas

    • Developing roadmap researches for each area

    • Needs identification of human resources, infrastructures and financing in each Indonesian partner


Establishing a university consortium on global health indonesian german cooperation

  • Building research networking for each area

  • Capacity building for human resources (education, training, workshops, attachment, exchanges, joint supervision)

  • Capacity building for infrastructure (procurement of equipment, building, etc.)

  • Developing database and knowledge management for researches and expertise in Global Health

  • Recruiting Doctoral and Post-doctoral Research Fellows (other funding: Debt Swap Phase I)


Phase 2 b 2015 2017

Phase 2 (b): 2015-2017

  • Building the Foundation: led by the German partners

    • Building Research Groups in each area :

      • Group Leader (German)

      • Research Associates/scientists (Indonesia)

    • Running initial research projects

    • Dissemination of preliminary research results through publication and international conference


Establishing a university consortium on global health indonesian german cooperation

  • Establishment of scientific review committee, laboratory security, laboratory database, research quality assessment, Material Transfer Agreement, etc.

  • Establishment of career development for researchers and fair remuneration schema

  • Providing competitive research grants


Phase 3 2018 2020

Phase 3: 2018-2020

  • Internal Consolidation led by German and Indonesian partners

    • Running research projects by Research Groups (Group Leader: Indonesia, research associates: Indonesia and German)

    • Developing training modules in each area for distance learning programs in other universities in Indonesia and ASEAN


Establishing a university consortium on global health indonesian german cooperation

  • Providing competitive research grants

  • Recruitment junior researchers who have finished their PhDs to join the research groups

  • Providing Post-doctoral Research Fellows

  • Developing research proposals

  • Application of research results to improve quality of health services


Establishing a university consortium on global health indonesian german cooperation

  • Application of research results to community and local government (community engagement)

  • Application of research results to get intellectual property rights


Phase 4 2021 2024

Phase 4: 2021-2024

  • Self-financing and self-governance: Fully led and run by Indonesian

  • Advanced activity development

    • Further Collaboration with industry

    • Development of further research proposals to get national and international funding

    • Expansion of research networking in Indonesia and International


Establishing a university consortium on global health indonesian german cooperation

  • Policy advocacy for regional and national government

  • Community engagement for research dissemination and community education

  • International accreditation for laboratories

  • Development of advanced research proposals – potential for noble prize?


Group discussion

Group Discussion

  • Program clusters:

    • Climate change and human health

    • Non-communicable diseases (cancer)

  • Institutionalization and funding


Research topic for climate change and human health

Research topic for climate change and human health


Research topic for ncd cancer

Research topic for NCD (cancer)


Administrative structure

Administrative structure


Thanks

Thanks

A long step to build

a strong research

culture in Indonesia…..


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