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Indonesia’s Support to Children’s Holistic Learning and Development. Prof. Dr. Lydia Freyani Hawadi Director General of Early Childhood Education, Non-formal and Informal Education Ministry of Education and Culture November 5, 2012. Indonesia’s achievements Lingering challenges

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indonesia s support to children s holistic learning and development

Indonesia’s Support to Children’s Holistic Learning and Development

Prof. Dr. Lydia FreyaniHawadi

Director General of Early Childhood Education, Non-formal and Informal Education

Ministry of Education and Culture

November 5, 2012

outline

Indonesia’s achievements

  • Lingering challenges
  • The national strategy for responding to Indonesia’s challenges
  • ECED – a fundamental component of Indonesia’s strategy
Outline
indonesia a key player on the world stage

Indonesia’s admission into the G20 signifies the country’s increasing global importance

  • In 2011 GDP increased to $US 825 billion makingIndonesia the 16th largest economy in the world
Indonesia: A key player on the world stage
slide5

Indonesia: A vibrant and growing middle class

  • Indonesia’s income per capita increased from $US 3000 in 2010 to $US 3425 at the end of 2011
  • The middle class is growing by 7 million people annually and in 2011 was estimated to include about 130 million people
  • This will keep increasing until the demographic dividend period is reached in 2040
indonesia s strategy to confront its challenges

Pro-Poor (poverty reduction)

  • Pro- Growth (economic growth)
  • Pro-Job (employment creation)
  • Pro-Environment (environmental sustainability)
Indonesia’s strategy to confront its challenges
national education priority programs 2010 2014

Early Childhood Education and Development

  • 9 years of compulsory education
  • Vocational Education
  • Improvements in Teachers’ Competence
  • Improvements in Competence of Higher Education Lecturers/Personnel
National Education Priority Programs 2010-2014
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ECE DEVELOPMENT IN INDONESIA 2011 - 2045

Globally Competitive HR

Perfect

Service

EXPECTED INDONESIAN CHILDREN

International Quality

Standard

PRESENT FOR 100 YEARS OF INDONESIAN INDEPENDENCE

National Movement

Of ECE

National Quality

Standard

Comprehensive Smart Human Being

Quality

Improvement

Qualified

H R

Good Quality of H R Foundation

ECCE

2011

2015

2025

2035

2045

slide15

VISION AND MISSION

Developing healthy, smart and noble character of early years children in order to get Indonesian people smart comprehensively by 2025

  • 1. Improving AVAILABILITY
  • 2. To extend ACCESSIBILITY
  • 3. Improving QUALITY
  • 4. RealizingEQUALITY
  • 5. Guarantee ofASSURANCE
  • EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES

1. Vision

2. Mission

population and distribution

31.8 million0-6 years olds (CBS, 2010)

  • Gross Enrollment Rate for 3-6 year olds: 61% in 2012
  • 56.3% in rural areas (CBS, 2008)
  • 57.1% live on Java Island, although this area is only 6.9% of the territory of Indonesia (CBS, 2008)
  • Population growth 1.49%per-year(CBS, 2010)
Population and Distribution
slide17

Gross Enrolment Rate of children 0-6 by Province 2011/2012

Aceh

(26,95%)

Sumut

(28,64%)

Sulut

(28,85%)

Kepri

(46,42%)

Maluku Utara

(24,14%)

Kaltim

(22,26%)

Riau

(28,13%)

Papua Barat

(21,25%)

Kalbar

(22,72%)

Gorontalo

(40,27%)

Sulteng

(33,15%)

Jambi

(31,63%)

Sumbar

(34,07%)

Babel

(47,63%)

Kalteng

(35,79%)

Sulbar

(29,23%)

Sumsel

(29,16%)

Papua

(18,10%)

Bengkulu

(39,01)

Lampung

(29,88%)

Kalsel

(29,58%)

Sultra

(34,24%)

Maluku

(21,29%)

Sulsel

(28,44%)

DKI

(31,90%)

Jateng

(39,08%)

Banten

(31,16%)

APK < 31

Bali

(40,22%)

NTB

(33,44%)

Jabar

(31,07%)

APK 31-40%

DIY

(58,58%)

Jatim

(55,56%)

APK 41-50%

NTT

24,69%)

APK > 51%

Red : APK below 31% in16 provinces,namely,Papua, Papua Barat, Maluku, Kaltim, Kalbar, Malutu Utara, NTT, Aceh, Riau, Sulsel, Sumut, Sulut, Sumsel, Sulbar, Kalsel, and Lampung;

Purple: APK 31-40% in 11 provinces, namely, Jabar, Banten, Jambi, Jakarta, Sulteng, NTB, Sumbar, Sultra, Kalteng, Bengkulu, and Central Java.

Yellow : APK 41-50% in 4 provinces, namely, Bali, Gorontalo, Kepri, and Babel;

Green : APK above 51% in 2 provinces, namely, East Java and Yogyakarta.

problems and challenges

ECE Access – Inequality persists

  • Helping parents with children 0-2 years old
  • Quality ECE Servicesfor children 3-6 years old
  • Sustainable Financing
  • Competent ECE Teachers
Problems and Challenges

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strategies

A. Accelerating access to ECE services

  • Partnering with partner organizations, religious facilities and others in the communities
  • Block Grant schemens for : Operational Cost (BOP), for ‘Pioneer’ Services and for Educational Toys
  • Attracting Corporate Social Responsibility to supplement budgets

B. Helping parents with children 0-2 years old

  • Cooperation with Min of Home Affairs (esp PKK/ Women Association), Min of Health and Family Planning
  • Provide Parenting Education

C. Quality ECE services

  • Strengthening the organization providing services
  • Strengthening the Learning process
  • Improving the quality of Teacher and Teaching Personnel
  • Improving the Facility and equipment
Strategies

19

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Sustainable Financing

    • National and Provincial/ District Budget in the form of Operational Block Grant, Grant for Rehabilitation and equipment, Teacher incentive
    • Collaborating with Other community development program:
      • PNPM Generasi – (for program)
      • PNPM Mandiri (physical infrastructure)
    • Village Fund
    • CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
  • Competent Teachers
    • Continuous training and other support
    • ECE cluster meeting
    • Teacher Qualification support
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