Participants in Session 9 will discuss how to build effective partnerships among government ministries and multi- and bilateral funding partners to increase water security in Indonesia. The organizers have asked Coach Wouter to facilitate the discussions at this important session to deliver successful results.

This survey helps to inform the discussion. An interim summary of the results will be shown during the session, anonymously, without mentioning names and organizations of respondents. Interested stakeholders are welcome to continue taking the survey after Indonesia Water Learning Week, until 15 December 2014. The results will be shared anonymously with the organizers. Providing your name is optional. Your cooperation is appreciated.

SURVEY

NAME
NAME
I AM WORKING IN A: *
PLEASE RATE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS: *
PLEASE RATE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS:
I am happy to join Session 9 of the Indonesia Water Learning Week and contribute to its success.
Increasing water security is an important goal and outcome for Indonesia.
Collaboration among government ministries and multi- and bilateral funding partners is a key for success.
Indonesia recognizes the need to increase water security.
I know what Indonesia's 3 top strengths are that we can build on as we work together to increase water security.
I know about a good example of collaboration between government and a multi- or bilateral funding agency that innovated project design.
I know about a good example of collaboration that made a project smarter and faster, and that reduced the project cost.
In Indonesia, government effectively partners with the private sector for water security.
The private sector knows how to work with government for water security.
The government effectively partners with civil society for water security.
Civil society knows how to work with government for water security.
Civil society effectively partners with the private sector for water security.
The private sector knows how to work with civil society for water security.
Government, private sector and civil society work well together for water security.
HOW CAN INDONESIA INCREASE WATER SECURITY RAPIDLY, IN A SUSTAINABLE MANNER, AND FOR LOWEST COST? PLEASE DIVIDE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IN 6 HIGHEST, 6 MEDIUM AND 6 LOWER PRIORITIES. Choose 'Strongly Agree' for your 6 choices where you think government should give highest priority. For your recommendations for 6 medium priorities please choose 'Agree' or 'Neutral.' For your 6 lower priorities please choose 'Disagree' or 'Strongly Disagree.' *
HOW CAN INDONESIA INCREASE WATER SECURITY RAPIDLY, IN A SUSTAINABLE MANNER, AND FOR LOWEST COST? PLEASE DIVIDE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IN 6 HIGHEST, 6 MEDIUM AND 6 LOWER PRIORITIES. Choose 'Strongly Agree' for your 6 choices where you think government should give highest priority. For your recommendations for 6 medium priorities please choose 'Agree' or 'Neutral.' For your 6 lower priorities please choose 'Disagree' or 'Strongly Disagree.'
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to better technologies.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to more innovative projects.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to better operation and maintenance of existing infrastructure.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to boosting investments to expand infrastructure.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to boosting investment in non-structural interventions like spatial planning and disaster preparedness.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to reduce water demand, increase water use efficiencies, and reduce losses.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to re-engineering existing infrastructure for flexible and multi-purpose water uses.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to improving inter-sectoral collaboration.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to building effective partnerships.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to improving training of staff.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to knowledge sharing.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to leadership development.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to developing young leaders.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to updating the legal framework.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to improving technical expertise.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to improving budgeting.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to streamlining institutions in the sector.
To increase water security, the government should give highest priority to improving managerial and coordination skills.