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Indonesia Demand-Driven Green Innovation Roles and Partners

The Program consists of the following partners as outlined in the schematic depiction below. Each Program partner has a mutually agreed set of general responsibilities and key deliverables the team will be responsible for achieving. The roles, responsibilities and backgrounds of each of the Program partners are outlined below:


The World Bank

The World Bank is responsible for the overall supervision of the Program. The World Bank plays an Integral role inprogram planning, program launch, program execution and program closure.

The Program brings together global design and market capabilities with local knowledge through engaging several Program Partners at the local and global level as shown in the figure below:


Local Design Partner(LDP), INOTEK Foundation

The Local Design Partner has primary responsibility for in-country program implementation. It supports the Program through outreach activities, needs assessment identification and screening, concept generation and screening, and design. It works directly with the market partners that are identified throughout the program.

Yayasan Inovasi Teknologi Indonesia (INOTEK Foundation) is a local foundation based in Jakarta, Indonesia that is committed to facilitating development and dissemination of innovative technology


Global Design Partner(GDP), Catapult Design

The Global Design Partner contributes international human-centred design knowhow and its network of global design experts throughout the various stages of the Program.

Catapult Design is a human-centred design non-profit focused on developing products that are accessible and meaningful for consumers that have been largely ignored by the global economy.  Catapult’s approach to design emphasizes the importance of all stakeholders touched by the product or service solutions it creates and its mission-driven work strives to make sustainable social impact remains central to its efforts.

Catapult works with diverse clients (socially-minded for-profits, non-profits, and government. organizations) at every and any point in the design process: assessing a specific human need and its complex causes, designing an appropriate solution to meet that need, implementing the solution in the field, and evaluating its efficacy post-launch.  Its emphasis on user research, field studies, technical proficiency, and creative ideation aims to make its products and services meet its clients’ most demanding design challenges.

For the Indonesia Demand-Driven Green Innovation Program, Catapult works closely with INOTEK and the other program partners to bring our global design experience to the problem of developingand implementing market-driven clean energy solutions for low-income Indonesians.  Our goal is to make certain that the solutions that result from the program are meaningful, accessible, desirable, and effective.


Market Facilitation Partner, The Apex Consulting Group

The Market Facilitation Partner contributes business expertise to all stages of the Program. It helps build business cases for various design concepts and brokers partnerships with private sector organizations that are willing and able to take the concepts to the market.

The Apex Consulting Group (Apex) is both the Program Coordinator and the Market Facilitation Partner of the Indonesia Green Innovation Program.

Apex, established in 2007, is a Jakarta-based consulting company specializing in the field of business based empowerment. It provides client solutions for private corporations, government-owned enterprises, government agencies and not-for-profit organisations.

Its senior consultants have not only assisted organisations improve their business processes, but, have established, managed and grown companies themselves; giving them the first-hand business experience our clients demand from their advisors.

The Apex Consulting Group has designed, developed and implemented business-based support, acceleration and empowerment programs across Indonesia. As an example of their work, Apex manages and implements the World Resources Institute’s New Ventures Program in Indonesia (NVI). New Ventures has offices in China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Columbia and Brazil. NVI supports local sustainable enterprise growth by providing innovative Indonesian entrepreneurs with management training, business advisory services, and access to finance and investment.

www.new-ventures.or.id.


Mentor Gatekeeper, GATD

The Mentor Gatekeeper facilitates the teamwork between all implementing partners of the Demand-Driven Innovation Subprogram by offering technical guidance and feedback during Program planning and execution, coordinating collaboration, monitoring progress and ensuring proper due diligence processes have been used before taking ideas across each Gate.

GATD is a United States-based, grant-funded not-for-profit organization that works to get technologies designed, developed, and deployed to impact poverty in developing countries. This almost always requires multiple partners working together – often from public and private sectors, as well as developed and developing countries.  GATD provides support for the creation of partnerships (including public-private partnerships), and for a product development process that is coordinated across partners.

Research, design, development, and deployment (RDD&D) of technologies for the poor has particular characteristics that make it highly challenging.  The result is that the poor do not have access to good technology, which means that we are missing opportunities to tackle poverty.

GATD has been designed to offer services that address some of the problems inherent in this field and to address several of the key systemic failures associated with getting better technologies to the poor.


Program Coordinator, The Apex Consulting Group

The Apex Consulting Group (Apex) is both the Program Coordinator and the Market Facilitation Partner of the Indonesia Green Innovation Program.

The Program coordination team supports the World Bank with the Program by providing technical assistance, supervision, coordination with local partners, review panels, communication and monitoring.