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2009 STANDARD PROGRESS REPORT FOR UNFPA 7TH CP

INDONESIA DISTRICTS AND PROVINCES

DISTRICT: KOTA PONTIANAK


PROVINCE: WEST KALIMANTAN
DISTRICT/PROVINCE MANAGER NAME: IRMA PUTRI ANDYANA
DATE OF SUBMITTING THIS REPORT: 20 JANUARY 2010

PURPOSE
1. To report on the progress achieved in 2009 as per the approved Country Programme Action Plan and
Annual Work Plan.
2. To accompany the Annual Work Plan Monitoring Tool as a narrative and provide an assessment of
progress made in achieving CP outputs, challenges faced and obstacles met.

Section 1: Outcome and Output indictors reporting


Please fill in the excel file to inform us about the progress that was made in 2009. If you don’t have the
information just write down Information not available. If for 2009 in your district you didn’t work on this
area just right down Not Applicable. (D Annex 2 for districts and provinces overview 2009.xls)

Section 2. Summary of 2009 Programme (max 2.5 page and KEEP IT SIMPLE and TO THE POINT)
Summarize the main constraining and facilitating factors affecting implementation and the achievement of
results. Identify key lessons learned in addressing constraints and taking advantage of facilitating factors.

Output P101
A. Results of programme in 2009 (please refer to Progress Towards Target file and elaborate on
achievements
1. Funcioning of Forum Database for Population data in Pontianak under Mayor decree number
354 year 2008. Every quartal they had a coordination meeting about population, RH and
gender data. Identify indicator and data which was integrated in Pontianak Figure was one of
function this working group from BAPPEDA, Dinas Kesehatan, Dinas Pendidikan, Dinas
Sosial Kependudukan dan Catatan Sipil, PKBI, KPA, BPS and Police. Pontianak in figure
incorporated disaggregated data on population, reproductive health, adolescent reproductive
health, STIs including HIV/AIDS, gender
2. Data of RH, FP, population and gender already integrated into DDA book of Pontianak City.

B. Constraints and obstacles faced in trying to achieving the annual targets


1. Participants who attended Forum database meeting is not always the same person.

C. Lessons learned and recommendations


1. Will revised SK forum database in 2010.

Section 3: Monitoring

Summarize what knowledge and insights you have gained from monitoring activities conducted in the course
of the year and assess how this knowledge was used to improve project performance (keep it short and to the
point). (Monev Q2.doc, Monev Q3.doc, Monev Q4.doc)

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1. Data base in puskesmas recorded manually, so the process of collecting data takes so long time. It is
important to enhance our puskesmas using computer technology so that recording and reporting is
very efficient and accurate.
2. There’s one office that I visited and I saw only one person who did all job, from planning the
activities, prepare the activities, and made an activity reports from local budget until UNFPA budget.
The reason was lack of skilled staff (can not operate the computer at all) and so many activities, it
made reporting very late. While I was though, there are several human resource can be used, although
perhaps not optimal, but very helpful in the process, so that the activities and reporting are not
significantly delayed.

Section 4: Trainings and workshops all components:

1. How many people were trained for each output? (if not available just write down NA)
Indicator Planned to be Actually trained
Output trained
Male Female Total

Improved availability
and increased
capability to utilize
disagregatted data on
population,
reproductive health
and adolescent
reproductive health ,
STIs and HIV/AIDS, 20 15 5 20
gender, poverty and
enhanced
understanding of
planners, policy
makers and
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parliamentarians on
their linkages with
development.
proportion of
identified planners and
policy makers in each
district and province
trained utilizing
available data for sub- 20 16 4 20
national development
plans (rencana
Strategis Daerah &
Rencana Kerja
Pemerintah Daerah)

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2. How many workshops/trainings/meetings were held in 2009
Coordination
Workshops Trainings Total
meetings
R101 5 1 5 11

R301 1 1 1 3

R105 5 0 4 9

R205 5 4 8 17

P101 1 2 4 7

G101 2 0 4 6
Programme Management (such as
quarterly coordination meeting with 1 0 6 7
Bappeda and PPMs

SECTION 4. Financial implementation

Implementation
Output Budget Expenses Rate
R101 79.950.000 74.000.000 92.56%
R301 119.065.000 119.065.000 100%
R105 100.175.000 100.175.000 100%
R205 377.316.800 377.316.800 100%
P101 92.990.000 92.990.000 100%
G101 48.075.000 48.000.000 99.84%
Total 817.571.800 811.546.800 99.26%

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