The overall objective of LTS’ consultancy was to help to design the guiding framework to enable CRGE implementing ministries to identify existing capacity gaps and needs to implement and manage capacity development activities required to operationalise the CRGE. This included the development of a set of CRGE assessment tools aimed at assessing woreda, regional and federal level capacities to implement CRGE.
GGGI is an interdisciplinary, multi-stakeholder international organisation, driven by the needs of emerging and developing countries. It is dedicated to pioneering a new model of economic growth, known as “green growth”, which simultaneously targets economic performance, environmental sustainability and social inclusion. The Government of Indonesia signed a GGGI’s Establishment Agreement in Seoul in September 2012 with the Norwegian Agency for International Development backing and financing. LTS reviewed the GGGI programme in Indonesia for the period 2012-14. The review was forward looking, to help GGGI revise its objectives and provide recommendations on how the programme can increase its strategic impact in relevant sectors, especially forests.