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Healthy Food Market pilots is a project implemented by the Ministry of Health and WHO Indonesia, funded by the European Union from 2008-2011. The presentation aimed at capturing the highlights of the …

Healthy Food Market pilots is a project implemented by the Ministry of Health and WHO Indonesia, funded by the European Union from 2008-2011. The presentation aimed at capturing the highlights of the journey.

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  • 1. Healthy Food Market Pilot Projects Implementation 2008 - 2011 Best Practices and Lessons from INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 2. FAST FACTS ON HFM PILOTS
    • Implemented by MOH and WHO Indonesia
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 3. FAST FACTS ON HFM PILOTS
    • Implemented by MOH and WHO Indonesia
    • Funded by the EU
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 4. FAST FACTS ON HFM PILOTS
    • Implemented by MOH and WHO Indonesia
    • Funded by the EU
    • Started in 2008 until 2010, with one year extension in 2011
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 5. FAST FACTS ON HFM PILOTS
    • Implemented by MOH and WHO Indonesia
    • Funded by the EU
    • Started in 2008 until 2010, with one year extension in 2011
    • Piloted in 10 locations, in 9 provinces
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 6. FAST FACTS ON HFM PILOTS
    • Implemented by MOH and WHO Indonesia
    • Funded by the EU
    • Started in 2008 until 2010, with one year extension in 2011
    • Piloted in 10 locations, in 9 provinces
    • Cover 4 components : 1) C oordination, 2) C apacity building, 3) M inor construction, and 4) A wareness raising
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 7. INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION”
  • 8. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Established inter-sectoral HFM task force at the local level to maintain the project and initiate replication
  • 9. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Pekalongan inter-sectoral meeting, at Mayor’s office, 2 March 2011 Established inter-sectoral HFM task force at the local level to maintain the project and initiate replication
  • 10. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Socialised HFM workplan to Mayor and local inter sectoral agencies to secure support for the project initiative
  • 11. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Central and local governments are bringing limited funds to support daily operation and sustain the project initiative Socialised HFM workplan to Mayor and local inter sectoral agencies to secure support for the project initiative
  • 12. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Central and local governments are bringing limited funds to support daily operation and sustain the project initiative In Payakumbuh, M ayor included HFM activities to be complemented by the city’s budge t and supported comparative study to Sragen and Jakarta. Socialised HFM workplan to Mayor and local inter sectoral agencies to secure support for the project initiative
  • 13. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Central and local governments are bringing limited funds to support daily operation and sustain the project initiative In Payakumbuh, M ayor included HFM activities to be complemented by the city’s budge t and supported comparative study to Sragen and Jakarta. In Muara Enim, Mayor replicated PHAST activities to the existing markets in the city Socialised HFM workplan to Mayor and local inter sectoral agencies to secure support for the project initiative
  • 14. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Central and local governments are bringing limited funds to support daily operation and sustain the project initiative In Payakumbuh, M ayor included HFM activities to be complemented by the city’s budge t and supported comparative study to Sragen and Jakarta. In Muara Enim, Mayor replicated PHAST activities to the existing markets Socialised HFM workplan to Mayor and local inter sectoral agencies to secure support for the project initiative In Metro, Mayor supported Task Force to conduct comparative study to good traditional markets Jakarta and Sragen
  • 15. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Central and local governments are bringing limited funds to support daily operation and sustain the project initiative In Payakumbuh, M ayor included HFM activities to be complemented by the city’s budge t and supported comparative study to Sragen and Jakarta. In Muara Enim, Mayor replicated PHAST activities to the existing markets Socialised HFM workplan to Mayor and local inter sectoral agencies to secure support for the project initiative In Metro, Mayor supported Task Force to conduct comparative study to good traditional markets Jakarta and Sragen In Yogyakarta, HFM Management training and PHAST training have been replicated at the provincial level involving 2 districts, Sleman and Bantul.
  • 16. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Central and local governments are bringing limited funds to support daily operation and sustain the project initiative In Payakumbuh, M ayor included HFM activities to be complemented by the city’s budge t and supported comparative study to Sragen and Jakarta. In Muara Enim, Mayor replicated PHAST activities to the existing markets Socialised HFM workplan to Mayor and local inter sectoral agencies to secure support for the project initiative And also Mayor supported Task Force to conduct comparative study to good traditional markets Jakarta and Sragen In Metro, Mayor supported Task Force to conduct comparative study to good traditional markets Jakarta and Sragen In Bontang, M ayor is trying to replicate the radio initiative to the other two existing mark In Yogyakarta, HFM Management training and PHAST training have been replicated at the provincial level involving 2 districts, Sleman and Bantul.
  • 17. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #1 “COORDINATION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Central and local governments are bringing limited funds to support daily operation and sustain the project initiative In Payakumbuh, M ayor included HFM activities to be complemented by the city’s budge t and supported comparative study to Sragen and Jakarta. In Muara Enim, Mayor replicated PHAST activities to the existing markets Socialised HFM workplan to Mayor and local inter sectoral agencies to secure support for the project initiative In Metro, Mayor supported Task Force to conduct comparative study to good traditional markets Jakarta and Sragen And also Mayor supported Task Force to conduct comparative study to good traditional markets Jakarta and Sragen In Bontang, M ayor is trying to replicate the radio initiative to the other two existing mark In Yogyakarta, HFM Management training and PHAST training have been replicated at the provincial level involving 2 districts, Sleman and Bantul.
  • 18. INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING”
  • 19. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Module for TOT HFM Management is available. A simplified version to be used by local stakeholders is also available as public resources.
  • 20. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 More than one hundred (100) modules were distributed to the participants of National Workshop on Developing Stakeholders’ Initiatives to Accelearate Replication of HFM, organised by HAKLI (Association of Environmental Health Specialist) on 26 September 2011. The participants came from local government of Indonesia, relevant Ministries, Corporates, and Universities. Module for TOT HFM Management is available. A simplified version to be used by local stakeholders is also available as public resources.
  • 21. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Module for TOT HFM Management is available. A simplified version to be used by local stakeholders is also available as public resources. More than one hundred (100) modules were distributed to the participants of National Workshop on Developing Stakeholders’ Initiatives to Accelearate Replication of HFM, organised by HAKLI (Association of Environmental Health Specialist) on 26 September 2011. The participants came from local government of Indonesia, relevant Ministries, Corporates, and Universities. Module can also be obtained from WHO Indonesia (PHE Unit- ext 941) and Environmental Health Unit Directorate of MOH
  • 22. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 116 Master Trainers at the provincial level were trained on HFM Management during the period of 2009/2010. 300 people from district and market stakeholders were trained on HFM Management in 2010.
  • 23. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 116 Master Trainers at the provincial level were trained on HFM Management during the period of 2009/2010. 300 people from district and market stakeholders were trained on HFM Management in 2010.
  • 24. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Module and kit for PHAST (Participatory Hygiene and Sanitation Transformation) Training and PHAST implementation are available. 300 market facilitators from district stakeholders and market community received training on PHAST methodology and implementation.
  • 25. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Module and kit for PHAST (Participatory Hygiene and Sanitation Transformation) Training and PHAST implementation are available. 300 market facilitators from district stakeholders and market community received training on PHAST methodology and implementation. More than 100 modules have been distributed at HAKLI National Workshop (above) and also available in WHO and MOH for public reference.
  • 26. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 300 market community comprised vendors and market cleaners receive training on market cleaning and food safety. A traning was jointly conducted by WHO-FAO.
  • 27. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #2 “CAPACITY BUILDING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 300 market community comprised vendors and market cleaners receive training on market cleaning and food safety. A traning was jointly conducted by WHO-FAO.
  • 28. INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION”
  • 29. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene.
  • 30. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Payakumbuh: Construction of public toilets in the market, construction of handwashing facilities, upgrading water facilities, and adding grill cover to the existing open drainage system.
  • 31. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Payakumbuh: Construction of public toilets in the market, construction of handwashing facilities, upgrading water facilities, and adding grill cover to the existing open drainage system. Metro: Expansion of water supply, construction of waste water treatment plant, construction of toilets and septic tanks, construction of solid waste disposal facility.
  • 32. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Payakumbuh: Construction of public toilets in the market, construction of handwashing facilities, upgrading water facilities, and adding grill cover to the existing open drainage system. Metro: Expansion of water supply, construction of waste water treatment plant, construction of toilets and septic tanks, construction of solid waste disposal facility. . Cibubur: Increasing the level of flooring in the market to avoid flood, construction of hand washing facilities, improvement of air circulation, construction of toilets.
  • 33. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Pekalongan: Rehabilitation of meat section, rehabilitation of toilet and septic tank, construction of handwashing facilities.
  • 34. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Pekalongan: Rehabilitation of meat section, rehabilitation of toilet and septic tank, construction of handwashing facilities. . Sragen: Construction of hand washing facilities and septic tank.
  • 35. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Pekalongan: Rehabilitation of meat section, rehabilitation of toilet and septic tank, construction of handwashing facilities. . Sragen: Construction of hand washing facilities and septic tank. Gunung Kidul: Construction of hand washing facilities, construction of chicken zone, construction of solid and liquid waste disposal . .
  • 36. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Pekalongan: Rehabilitation of meat section, rehabilitation of toilet and septic tank, construction of handwashing facilities. . Sragen: Construction of hand washing facilities and septic tank. Gunung Kidul: Construction of hand washing facilities, construction of chicken zone, construction of solid and liquid waste disposal . Malang: construction of clean water supplies and construction of hand washing facilities. .
  • 37. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Gianyar: Reconstruction of meat vendor stalls, installation and rehabilitation of water and sanitation facilities, including clean water, waste water treatment system, hand washing and equipment washing facilities.
  • 38. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Gianyar: Reconstruction of meat vendor stalls, installation and rehabilitation of water and sanitation facilities, including clean water, waste water treatment system, hand washing and equipment washing facilities. Mataram: Construction of hand washing facilities and septic tank.
  • 39. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Conducted minor physical improvement on sanitation and hygiene. Gianyar: Reconstruction of meat vendor stalls, installation and rehabilitation of water and sanitation facilities, including clean water, waste water treatment system, hand washing and equipment washing facilities. Mataram: Construction of hand washing facilities and septic tank. Bontang: Construction of hand washing facilities and septic tank.
  • 40. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Procured f ood safety kit, hygiene and sanitation supplies and distributed to pilots.
  • 41. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #3 “MINOR CONSTRUCTION” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Procured f ood safety kit, hygiene and sanitation supplies and distributed to pilots.
  • 42. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 43. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Risk awareness and risk management was conducted for 400 vendors using PHAST methodology.
  • 44. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
    • Thirty (30) market facilitators who have received training on PHAST facilitated 400 vendors per market to
    • Identify what are the risk behaviors vs safe behaviors
    • Identify different mode of disease transmission, particularly for AI, food borne disease, and water borne disease
    • Make community plan to stop the spread of the disease by way of community involvement and individual awareness.
    Risk awareness and risk management was conducted for 400 vendors using PHAST methodology.
  • 45. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market.
  • 46. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market.
  • 47. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market.
    • Role of Radioland:
    • Medium for information dissemination , sharing of best practises, and case studies.
    • Tools for agent of change . Radioland staff is informal leaders who works to inspire and create change of behaviors of the market community.
    • Platform for discussion for market community for problem solving in the effort to improve environment and support safe behaviors.
  • 48. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market.
    • Quick facts on community radioland:
    • By the community, for the community philosophy
    • Located within the community that it serves
    • Uses speaker instead of frequency. That’s why it’s called land radio
    • A non-profit initiative. Income is generated only to support the radioland mission: healthier market, healthier community
    • Organic organisation. No one-size-fits-all institutional arrangement
    • Operational hours follow the market’s
      • An existing radioland is on air 24/7
  • 49. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market. “ I used to be a very shy person. I do not like public speaking. I did not know how to operate computer. I am only a simple vendor. But now I am a broadcaster in our Radio Land, and I really enjoy it.” (Sutikno, Malang, Porridge vendor)
  • 50. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market. “ Some vendors used to only wear an undershirt in the market, now they wear proper clothes.” Radioland Cibubur
  • 51. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market. “ Before, vendors always leave behind their garbage at the stalls or leave them scattered in front of it. Now, more and more vendors collect them in plastic bags before I come to pick them up.” Radioland Mataram
  • 52. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market. Flickr: Rolling Okie “ We tried everything we can to stop public urination in the market. Nothing worked. It finally stopped when we started to place ‘flower offerings’ on the floor. Local people here believe that some places are spiritual and flower offerings are one way to honor the spirits” Radioland Gunung Kidul
  • 53. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Developed radioloand as a primary communication and information tool in the market. A facebook forum has been created for all radioland in 10 locations to communicate with each other
  • 54. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Produced and distributed IEC Materials as easy reference on healthy market
  • 55. OUTPUTS OF COMPONENT #4 “AWARENESS RAISING” INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Produced and distributed IEC Materials as easy reference on healthy market
  • 56.
    • Indonesia has over 15,000 markets.
    • What’s next?
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 57. EXIT STRATEGY
    • A letter from the Minister of Health has been sent to all 33 Governors of Indonesia requesting Governor to replicate at least one (1) Healthy Food Market in each district/municipality
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 58. EXIT STRATEGY
    • A letter from the Minister of Health has been sent to all 33 Governors of Indonesia requesting Governor to replicate at least one (1) Healthy Food Market in each district/municipality
    • A coordination meeting at the DG level has been conducted between MOH and Ministry of Trade to discuss HFM
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 59. EXIT STRATEGY
    • A letter from the Minister of Health has been sent to all 33 Governors of Indonesia requesting Governor to replicate at least one (1) Healthy Food Market in each district/municipality
    • A coordination meeting at the DG level has been conducted between MOH and Ministry of Trade to discuss HFM
    • A N ational C ommittee for Market Revitalisation has been formed under Ministry of Trade. A specific budget line has been put for it
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 60. EXIT STRATEGY
    • A letter from the Minister of Health has been sent to all 33 Governors of Indonesia requesting Governor to replicate at least one (1) Healthy Food Market in each district/municipality
    • A coordination meeting at the DG level has been conducted between MOH and Ministry of Trade to discuss HFM
    • A N ational C ommittee for Market Revitalisation has been formed under Ministry of Trade. A specific budget line has been put for it
    • MOH as a leading sector for HFM, is a partner agency to support Committee with skill and information materials
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 61. EXIT STRATEGY
    • A letter from the Minister of Health has been sent to all 33 Governors of Indonesia requesting Governor to replicate at least one (1) Healthy Food Market in each district/municipality
    • A coordination meeting at the DG level has been conducted between MOH and Ministry of Trade to discuss HFM
    • A N ational C ommittee for Market Revitalisation has been formed under Ministry of Trade. A specific budget line has been put for it
    • MOH as a leading sector for HFM, is a partner agency to support Committee with skill and information materials
    • A ll guidelines and manuals will be updated and make available for government
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 62. EXIT STRATEGY
    • A letter from the Minister of Health has been sent to all 33 Governors of Indonesia requesting Governor to replicate at least one (1) Healthy Food Market in each district/municipality
    • A coordination meeting at the DG level has been conducted between MOH and Ministry of Trade to discuss HFM
    • A N ational C ommittee for Market Revitalisation has been formed under Ministry of Trade. A specific budget line has been put for it
    • MOH as a leading sector for HFM, is a partner agency to support Committee with skill and information materials
    • A ll guidelines and manuals will be updated and make available for government
    • Support for non-governmental efforts for development of HFM, such as initiative put forward by HAKLI and Danamon Care Foundation will be continued
      • Support can be done by way of sharing of experience, manuals, documents, etc
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 63. EXIT STRATEGY
    • A letter from the Minister of Health has been sent to all 33 Governors of Indonesia requesting Governor to replicate at least one (1) Healthy Food Market in each district/municipality
    • A coordination meeting at the DG level has been conducted between MOH and Ministry of Trade to discuss HFM
    • A N ational C ommittee for Market Revitalisation has been formed under Ministry of Trade. A specific budget line has been put for it
    • MOH as a leading sector for HFM, is a partner agency to support Committee with skill and information materials
    • A ll guidelines and manuals will be updated and make available for government
    • Support for non-governmental efforts for development of HFM, such as initiative put forward by HAKLI and Danamon Care Foundation will be continued
      • Support can be done by way of sharing of experience, manuals, documents, etc
    • In 2012, MOH will replicate 10 pilots using national budget. The pilot locations were chosen from the Ministry of Trade’s Market Revitalisation location
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 64. EXIT STRATEGY
    • A letter from the Minister of Health has been sent to all 33 Governors of Indonesia requesting Governor to replicate at least one (1) Healthy Food Market in each district/municipality
    • A coordination meeting at the DG level has been conducted between MOH and Ministry of Trade to discuss HFM
    • A N ational C ommittee for Market Revitalisation has been formed under Ministry of Trade. A specific budget line has been put for it
    • MOH as a leading sector for HFM, is a partner agency to support Committee with skill and information materials
    • A ll guidelines and manuals will be updated and make available for government
    • Support for non-governmental efforts for development of HFM, such as initiative put forward by HAKLI and Danamon Care Foundation will be continued
      • Support can be done by way of sharing of experience, manuals, documents, etc
    • In 2012, MOH will replicate 10 pilots using national budget. The pilot locations were chosen from the Ministry of Trade’s Market Revitalisation location
    • Collaboration is also being pursued with Ministry of Sea and Fisheries on Healthy Fish Market.
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 65. WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
    • Empower market manager for implementing HFM Guideline as written in Ministerial Decree 519/2008
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 66. WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
    • Empower market manager for implementing HFM Guideline as written in Ministerial Decree 519/2008
    • Conduct spesific training for market management and market workers, such as cleaner and vendor on HFM management,
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 67. WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
    • Empower market manager for implementing HFM Guideline as written in Ministerial Decree 519/2008
    • Conduct spesific training for market management and market workers, such as cleaner and vendor on HFM management,
    • Open interaction and formalised cooperation with the local stakeholders and market community from Year 1 of project implementation.
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 68. WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
    • Empower market manager for implementing HFM Guideline as written in Ministerial Decree 519/2008
    • Conduct spesific training for market management and market workers, such as cleaner and vendor on HFM management,
    • Open interaction and formalised cooperation with the local stakeholders and market community from Year 1 of project implementation.
    • Improved capacity building activities with clearer action plan and proper follow-ups on the part of the participants.
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 69. WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
    • Empower market manager for implementing HFM Guideline as written in Ministerial Decree 519/2008
    • Conduct spesific training for market management and market workers, such as cleaner and vendor on HFM management,
    • Open interaction and formalised cooperation with the local stakeholders and market community from Year 1 of project implementation.
    • Improved capacity building activities with clearer action plan and proper follow-ups on the part of the participants.
    • Create an interactive platform as a Knowledge Management tool for healthy market and market revitalisation reference in Indonesia.
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 70. REMAINING ACTIVITIES
    • Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Construction finalisation
    • PHAST completion
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011
  • 71. OUR PARTNERS INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011 Local Governments: Non Governments Organisation Private sector CSR Other UN sister agency
  • 72.
    • “ The greatest use of life is to spend it
    • for something that will outlast it.”
    • ~ William James
    INSPAI Workshop, Bali, 8 November 2011

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