By Ford Foundation
This publication commemorates the Ford Foundation's lengthy partnership with Indonesia, providing the voices of a few of the various people who have interacted with the root during the last 5 a long time and honoring their function of their country's improvement.
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Ironically, Sumitro himself was civilian leader of that rebellion. ” Sumitro’s role in this uprising long remained a stigma. Critics associated his CIA-backed political misadventure with his “liberal” economic thinking. This was a dubious label. Sumitro always maintained his faith in government intervention and believed above all in effective public policymaking institutions. His much-quoted diagnosis of the 1998 economic crisis – “Indonesia is suffering from institutional diseases” – referred to the deterioration in public policy resulting from President Suharto’s interference in favor of his family’s business interests.
The most instantly felt difference was the start of a culture of debate between students and lecturers,” recalled Saleh Afiff, later a leading national planner. ” The FEUI-Berkeley affiliation was not Sumitro’s first attempt to enlist development assistance. He favored “Anglo-Saxon” educational methods, but earlier bids for British expertise made through the British Council had failed. Negotiations with Cornell through the Rockefeller Foundation, were similarly unsuccessful. He did manage to secure a project with MIT.
The students’ drinks of choice: lemonade and sarsaparilla. Regardless of these romantic memories, student life at UI was actually never far from day-to-day realities of an impoverished country that was not yet a decade old. A year after FEUI officially opened in the Faculty of Medicine’s auditorium, it had yet to find its own space on campus. Sometimes lectures were held in a classroom in the Faculty of Letters across from CBZ, other times in a room on nearby Jalan Tambak or in various other locations.
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