The project aims to develop Indonesia’s knowledge sector, specifically the capacity to develop and use knowledge to inform policy development.
23 May 2013 to 30 June 2017
Research Triangle Institute (RTI) International
This project involves activities to develop:
- The supply side by funding and providing technical assistance to a number of policy research institutes in Indonesia
- The demand side by supporting government agencies to improve their ability to commission and use research evidence in policy making
- Intermediaries, for example, think tanks and media organisations
- The enabling environment, for example, procurement and recruitment regulations which make it difficult for government to engage with university researchers
- Professor Patricia Rogers
- Dr Helen Marshall
Professor Patricia Rogers is involved as Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor.
The project is being implemented by a consortium involving Research Triangle Institute (USA), Overseas Development Institute (UK), Australian National University and the Nossal Institute for Global Health, University of Melbourne.