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Advt and TOR QC Salt Extender

Advt and TOR QC Salt Extender

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Petugas Pendamping KGBS Jawa Tengah dan Jawa Timur
Petugas Pendamping KGBS Jawa Tengah dan Jawa Timur

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 The Micronutrient Initiative (MI) , organisasi nirlaba yangberbasis di Otawa, Canada bekerja sama dengan PemerintahPropinsi Jawa Tengah dan Propinsi Jawa Timur untukPelaksanaan Program Percepatan Pencapaian KonsumsiGaram Beryodium untuk Semua (KGBS). Untuk mendukungkegiatan KGBS dimaksud, untuk masing-masing propinsidibutuhkan seorang:
Petugas Pendamping Lapangan ProgramKGBS
(Salt Extender)
Dengan Persyaratan
:Pendidikan minimal Diploma 3, Teknik Kimia, Teknik Mesin,atau Teknik Industri, mampu mengoperasikan komputer daninternet, bersedia melakukan perjalanan dengan intensitastinggi, domisili di Kabupaten Pati atau Rembang untukpetugas pendamping Propinsi Jawa Tengah dan Surabayauntuk Propinsi Jawa Timur, diutamakan yang mempunyaipengalaman pada industri garam,. Untuk informasi lebihlanjut mengenai lingkup pekerjaan dapat mengakses:http://www.scribd.com/doc/57732072/TOR-for-East-and-Central-Java-Province-Salt-ExtenderBagi yang berminat dan memenuhi persyaratan dapatmenyampaikan surat lamaran melalui email kerjafar@micronutrient.orgdgn mencantumkan subyek TG utkposisi petugas pendamping Jawa Tengah dan TM utk Jawa Timur. Atau melalui os oskurir didalam amlo tertutu
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Terms of ReferenceSalt Extender for East Java and Central Java Province
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Background
Iodine Deficiency Disorders (IDD) remains a significant public health problem in over 50countries. Over one and a half billion people worldwide are still not consuming adequatelyiodized salt and are, as a result, not protected against IDD. About 86.5 million of theIndonesian population is at risk for iodine deficiency disorders.Although national coverage of iodized salt at the household level had achieved 92% in 2008(National Health Survey/RISKEDAS, 2008), the coverage of adequately iodized salt (above30 parts per million) has decreased from 73% in 2005 to 63% in 2008. It is clear that saltprocessing industries contribute significantly to this risk.In Indonesia, most of the salt is supplied by a multitude of small, competing 20,000 saltfarmers in many districts spread throughout 17,500 islands in the country. Salts producingarea are concentrated in Java. East Java is the major salt producing province (61%),followed by Central Java (14%) and West Java (9%). Of about 304 processors, only 11processors (4%) are categorized as large salts processors, the rest 293 Industries (96%) aresmall and medium processors. These small and medium processors share about 40% of national iodized salts production. Most of these small and medium processors are located inCentral and East Java Province. There are 53 small salt iodization processors (SIPs) from12 districts/city within East Java Province and 69 SIPs from 3 district/city within Central JavaProvince. While the country has seen a rise in the coverage of households using salt whichhas been iodized, there needs to a shift in attention to improve the quality of iodized saltbeing produced by the salt processors. Problems being faced by salt processing can besummarized as follows:
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Compliance with iodization.Most of small and medium processors are lacking of financial and technicalresources to produce adequately iodized salts, this has brought compliance toiodization is problematic among small and medium processors.Poor Quality Control (QC) system and absence of technical knowledge among theiodization process of small and medium salt iodization processors has been a keyfactor which has led to the inadequate quality of iodized salt. These small SIPs arenot supported by proper and systematic quality control of iodization activities,because of absence of technical knowledge in iodation process.2)Obsolete and old fashioned iodization processing equipments.While the small and medium processors are still facing the issues of poor QualityControl (QC), the large salts processors are dealing with low productivity andefficiency issues in producing the required amount of iodized salts. Many of theselarge processors are still using obsolete refining, grinding, washing, drying andiodization methods, equipment and technology. Most of the equipment weredeveloped in the 70s or 80s and have never been up-dated. Many of theseprocessors would rather put double amount of potassium iodate than putting in placea system and equipment that could produce more homogeneous iodized salt. Market
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forces may accelerate trend toward larger, more efficient production facilities thatsave time, energy and money.3)Lack of local government political commitmentLacking of human resources and budgetary for Universal Salt Iodization (USI)monitoring program in the region has been issued that indicate inadequatecommitment of local government political commitment for the achievement of USI inIndonesia. The USI-IDD control and monitoring by concerned authority (i.e. Dept. of industry and trade at Central, Provincial and District level) was also very poor. Therewas very little effort implemented to monitor and control salt iodine content atproduction point. There are no systematic, regular or periodic monitoring or externalquality control efforts undertaken by the industry and trade officers to examine andcontrol the salts iodine content at production level or at retailer level. Only BP-POM(FDA) whose conduct iodine content testing at retail level for several brandedproductions, however this is not sufficient effort for USI monitoring because it isconducted only at retail level and only for branded SNI registered production (that isonly very few) then the result of BP-POM control are not utilized by the industry andtrade office for corrective action measures.In order to assist the Government of Indonesia in its efforts to achieve adequate iodization of 90% of the salt produced, The Micronutrient Initiative (MI) had initiated to facilitate support inachieving USI in Indonesia, particularly in East and Central Java through strategy as follows:
Up-gradation of the iodization equipments and facilities of large salt processors inEast Java.
Improving the quality control and quality assurance of small and medium saltprocessors in East Java and Central Java.The Micronutrient Initiative (MI) is providing technical assistances on on up-gradation of saltprocessing facilities and equipments for number of large processors in East Java. Theassistances cover design of an improved production management and QC system, in linewith upgrading of processor production facilities i.e. washing, centrifuging, drying, brinetreatment and recycling and packaging as well as the new plant lay out.MI also provides support to improve the quality control system of of 122 small and mediumprocessors in East Java and in Central Java. The establishment of quality control system for small and medium Salt Iodization Processors (SIPs) is an essential element to lead toiodization process and the capacity improvement of these processors to produce qualityiodized salt. MI will provide supports to develop the capacity of those small and mediumprocessors to establish their internal QC system through workshop, technical trainings andon-site assistances at salt iodization processor (SIP) plants. In addition MI will also providesupport to develop external quality control system that should be undertaken by concerneddistrict officers i.e. Industry and trade office, BP POM (FDA) and Balai-balai Industri (Industryresearch and development agencies) in the region.In order to ensure that the activities are implemented according to the plan of action, the MIwill establish close monitoring and supervision of the project by deploying field staff representing the interests of MI. The Consultant will be called a “Salt Extender” and will carryout the activities as described below.
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