Hasil Review Program Home Care
(10 November 2009)
on Health Care Needs of Older Persons
Organized by RI Ministry of Health
in collaboration with Yayasan Emong Lansia,
funded by UN ESCAP
Jakarta, 22 - 24 August 2005.
The UN ESCAP Commission for Social Development, at its forty-first session in 2003, endorsed a bottom-up approach
to review and appraisal of the implementation of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing (MIPAA) . By
extension, this endorsement applies to regional strategies for implementing MIPAA, such as the Shanghai Implementation
Strategy (SIS). The bottom-up approach is defined as an open-ended, participatory process that seeks to incorporate
and link local and national activities to UN regional intergovernmental bodies and up to the global level of the
review and appraisal of MIPAA. After endorsement by the Commission for Social Development of the bottom-up participatory
approach, its national (local) modalities were elaborated by an expert group meeting in Malta in 2003.
During its forty-second session in 2004, the Commission for Social Development, decided that review and appraisal
of MIPAA should be conducted every five years, with each review and appraisal cycle to focus on the priority directions
identified in MIPAA; the specific theme emanating from MIPAA for the first review and appraisal cycle will be identified
by the Secretary-General. Member states were encouraged to include both ageing-specific policies and ageing-mainstreaming
efforts in their review and appraisal of MIPAA and in their national strategies. In addition, the regional commissions,
such as UNESCAP, were requested "to promote and facilitate the implementation, review and appraisal of and
dissemination of information about MIPAA at the regional level, inter alia, by assisting national institutions,
at their request, in implementation and monitoring of their actions on ageing".
Meanwhile, the regional modalities of the review and appraisal exercise have been proposed but not concluded. The
content, format and logistics of the regional review and appraisal, requirements of regional technical cooperation,
and the way of linking the regional and global reviews require further debate and clarification. The participants
at the workshop are invited to work with the UNESCAP in addressing these issues.
MIPAA called for an "Attitudinal change towards Older Persons and Development". However, most countries
in the world to a certain degree have to overcome difficulties in resources, knowledge, expertise and personnel
when addressing issues related to supporting older persons both in the family as well as in the community.
In anticipation of the next high-level meeting on the regional review of the implementation of the SIS process,
to be held in Macao in late 2006, and the five-year global review of MIPAA, tentatively to take place at the United
Nations Headquarters in early 2007, Indonesia funded by UNESCAP will hold a national workshop on Health Care Needs
for Older Persons that to strengthen the national capacity in implementing the recommendations of the SIS strategy
in this area and monitoring progress achieved in improving the well-being of individuals, family and community
support of older persons, and future steps to be taken.
The overall objective of the workshop is to contribute to the development of a national modality for review and
appraisal of MIPAA with the use of the SIS process and, offer a set of indicators for measuring the impact of national
ageing policies and programmes.
Specific objectives of the workshop are to:
1. Review the national experience and existing strategies related to policy and programmes for older persons in
2. Focus on health and long-term care in the light of the 2003 Indonesia National Plan of Action, the 2004 Government
regulation No. 43 on older person protection, 2004 Presidential decree No. 52 on the National Commission for Older
Persons, and 2005 Presidential decree No. 93/M on the membership of the National Commission for Older Persons.
3. Examine the application of the proposed modalities, format and matrix of indicators to the review and appraisal
of MIPAA's implementation at the national level.
4. Suggest recommendations on how to collect, analyze and consolidate ("distill") information at the
national level through the bottom-up participatory approach recommended by the SIS process.
5. Identify arrangements for cooperation between line-ministries and other national stakeholders in the review
and appraisal process.
6. Identify good practices of technical cooperation activities aimed at assisting Member States in undertaking
the bottom-up review and appraisal of MIPAA.
The national workshop will be a 3-day workshop
held in Bidakara convention venue (Bumikarsa hotel),
Jakarta, on August 22-24th , 2005
Chair-person of the national workshop is Dr. Susilo Wibowo, specialist Cardiology, of Pergeri (Indonesia
Chair-person of the steering committee is Dr. Nugroho Abikusno, M.D., M.S., DrPH of InResAge Trisakti
University, Jakarta member of IEN (Indonesia Epidemiology Network) with members Prof. Dr. Tri Budi Rahardjo (University
of Indonesia/ IEN, Dr. Sonja Roesma, SKM (Former Director PT ASKES), Ir. Ngatiyo Ngayoko, MM (Assistant Deputy
for Disabled and Older Persons, RI Coordinating Ministry for Peoples Welfare), Dr. Asviretty Nurgusany Yerly Asir,
MPH (Assistant Deputy for Older Women and Disabled Women Protection, RI Ministry for Women Empowerment), Dr. Tony
Setiabudhi (Pergeri) and steering committee members from National Commission, Health and BKKBN
Chair-person of organizing committee is Mrs. Eva. S. Sabdono, MBA of HelpAge Indonesia.
National Training Workshop
on Tracking Progress to Improve Health Care
for Older Persons
22-24 August 2005
MONDAY, 22 AUGUST 2005
1. Opening of the Meeting
09.00-10.15 Statement on behalf of Ms. Thelma Kay,
Director, Emerging Social Issues Division,
Statement by Dr. Soesilo Wibowo,Chair-person
Statement by Mr H. Bachtiar Chamsyah SE
National Commission for Older Persons
Opening statement by HE Prof. Dr. Alwi Shihab,
RI Coordinating Ministerof People’s Welfare
Keynote address by DR Siti Fadilah Supari
RI Minister of Health.
“Ageing and Development: The strategic role of
older persons in Indonesia in the Global era”
10.15-10.30 Coffee break
10.30-12.00 Empowerment, Heath, sSocial Needs and Enabling Environment.
Moderated by Prof Tri Budhi W. Rahardjo (UI)
HE Minister of Public Works.
Ir. Djoko Kirmanto Dipl. HE
Social Affairs, Dr. Pudji Hastuti,
Director General, Ministry of Social Affairs
Ministry of Women Empowerment,
DR.IR. Irma ALamsyah (Deputty for older women and disabled women protetion )
13.30-15.30 Ageing & Development:
Demography, Family and Community support.
Moderated by : Dr. Ratnasari Azhari (BKKBN)
Demography of older persons in Indonesia
DR. Osman Bulam Samosir
Community based best practices from :
Jakarta ( YEL, Eva Sabdono),
Surabaya (Abiyoso – Prof Daldiri Mangundiwiryo)
Jogjakarta (DNIKS – Mrs. Utaryo)
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break
16.00-18.00 Integration of Ageing issues into Policy
Moderated by Dr. Nugroho Abikusno
Long Term Care in Indonesia
( Pelita Usila – Dr. Sonya Roesma)
Shanghai implementation strategy
(UNESCAP – Osama Rajkhan, Social Affairs
Ageing and Functional Health of the Rural and Urban aged: Issues and A Functional Test Protocol.
Dr. Muneer Alam
Associate Professor, Population Research centre.
Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi University
Day Two: Tuesday, 23 August 2005
08.00-09.30: Macao 2004 Guidelines for the Review and Appraisal of the Shanghai Plan of Action
Facilitated by Osama Rajkhan and InresAge
10.00-12.00 GROUP WORK,
using the SIS guidelines to formulate strategies, plans, programmes and
activities to implement the key actions
contained within the framework of SIS.
Group I: Health promotion and well-being throughout life.
Group II: Social service and community
Group III: Work and the ageing labour force
Group IV: Active participation in society and development
13.30-15.00 Group Presentation and discussion
15.00-18.00 Field visit to an elderly day care center
Tegal ALur Senior Citizen Activity Center.
Day Three, Wednesday 24 August 2004
08.00-10.00 Thematic Discussions
Moderated by : InResAge.
I. Older Persons Empowerment
II. Health and Social Needs
III. Age Friendly Environment
10.00-10.30 Coffee Break
13.30-16.00 Plenary : Group presentations
Moderated by: Dr. Nugroho Abikusno
16.99-17.00 Adoption of the proposed country
indicators and recommendation