Finalization of SDGs for Mimika Regency 2020-2024 – Mimika Regency quickly follow up on the mandate put in Presidential Regulation (Perpres) No.59 of 2017 concerning Implementation of the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (TPB) or commonly called SDGs.

The process of preparing the Regional Action Plan is carried out immediately after the releasing of the Mimika Regency Regent’s Decree (SK) No. 205 of 2021 concerning the Establishment of a Regional Coordination Team for the Implementation of the Mimika Regency’s Sustainable Development Goals (TPB/SDGs) for 2020-2024.

A Regional Coordination Team, assisted by the Team Secretariat based in the Mimika Regency Bappeda, has prepared an initial draft of the Mimika Regency TPB Regional Action Plan (RAD) produced by each working group which discusses the Goals/Goals in accordance with the division of the working groups based on the pillars (1) social/ Culture, (2) Economics, (3) Environment, and (4) Law and Governance.

Following up on the results of the respective Pokja designs, on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, a Plenary Meeting of Cross-Pillar Coordination and Objectives in the Preparation of the Mimika Regency TPB RAD 2020-2024 was held to integrate the results of each design of the working group into a Mimika Regency TPB RAD draft. This Plenary Meeting was followed by a RAD improvement meeting the next day, Wednesday 9 December 2021.

In his opening remarks at the Plenary Meeting of Cross-Pillar Coordination and Objectives in the Preparation of the Mimika TPB RAD, Assistant I to the Mimika Regency Regional Secretariat (Setda), Yulianus Sasarari, S.Sos, MM, representing the Mimika Regency Regent conveyed the importance of coordination and cooperation between development actors, all stakeholders, both from the Government and non-government actors/non-state actors so that the acceleration of achieving the SDGs can be conducted in an inclusive and participatory manner. In the preparation of the Mimika RAD, the Mimika TPB Achievement Coordination team not only invited all Mimika Regency OPDs, as well as Central and Provincial Government agencies that have duties and functions in Mimika Regency, but also invited representatives of the private sector and community organizations to participate.

The Mimika Regency RAD 2020-2024 agreed at the RAD improvement meeting will be a reference for the implementation of programs for accelerating the achievement of SDGs in Mimika Regency.

“We hope that what the stakeholders in Mimika Regency have done can be an example for other Regencies/Cities, both in Papua Province and Eastern Indonesia in general. How to develop RAD TPB inclusively, involving all sectors. We appreciate the role of the private sector, especially PT Freeport Indonesia, which has been actively involved in this process,” added Yulianus Sasarari.

In the plenary meeting, a Head of Bappeda Mimika Regency, Ir. Yohana Paliling, M.Si explained that the priority of achieving TPB/SDGs in Mimika Regency in 2020-2024 will focus on the main development goal, namely building community welfare. He also explains how the interconnections/connections among these own goals/goals so that closer collaboration between OPD and cross-sectoral stakeholders needs to be built.

One of them is the First Goal, namely Reducing Poverty Rates, as conveyed by Joseph Manggasa, a Head of Government and Human Development Bappeda Mimika Regency, when providing an explanation of the Regional Action Plan (RAD) for the Achievement of TPB/SDGs in Mimika Regency in 2020-2024, which is connected with the objectives other sustainable development, for example with the Second Goal, namely Zero Hunger and the Third Goal, namely Healthy and Prosperous Life.

The challenge in the future after the RAD is formed and implemented is measuring the achievement of the targets set out in the RAD. As stated by Assistant I of the Mimika Regency Secretariat, if the measurement of these achievements can be carried out, the development progress conducted by many parties in Mimika Regency can be shown to all interested parties based on evidence, which can be accounted both at the district/city, province, national and global level.

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