Building U.S.-Indonesia Mutual Understanding Since 1994

USAID’s Strategy in Indonesia with Dr. Andrew Sisson Mission Director, USAID/Indonesia

Cordially Invites You to a Special Open Forum on:

USAID’s Strategy in Indonesia


Dr. Andrew Sisson Mission Director, USAID/Indonesia

March 26, 2014 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM

USINDO Conference Room 1625 Massachusetts Avenue NW Suite 550 Washington, DC 20036

USAID’s new Country Development Cooperation Strategy for Indonesia provides the programmatic architecture for USAID’s engagement with Indonesia for the next five years.   It concentrates on four priorities:  strengthening democratic governance, improving human services for the poor and most vulnerable, advancing shared global development priorities, and enhancing collaborative achievement in science, technology, and innovation. USINDO is delighted to welcome USAID/Indonesia Mission Director Andrew Sisson for a Special Open Forum to brief Washington audiences on the key elements of USAID’s new Indonesia strategy.  His presentation will be followed by ample time for Questions and Answers. Please join us on March 26 to hear directly from USAID about the essentials of its new strategy. This event is open and free of charge.

Space is limited. To register, pleae kindly RSVP HERE by NLT Noon, Friday, March 21. This event is open and free of charge.  

Biographical Information:     Dr. Sisson was appointed USAID’s Mission Director in Indonesia in October 2012.  Before that, he was Mission Director in Pakistan, one of the Agency’s largest programs.  He previously served as Mission Director for the Central Asia Region and the East Africa Region, and as Deputy Director in Kosovo. A Senior Foreign Service Officer with the rank of Minister-Counselor, Dr. Sisson has more than 20 years of development experience.  He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Williams College, a Master’s Degree and a Ph.D. from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, and a Master’s Degree from the National Defense University, where he has also taught.  His areas of interest include economic and political development, reconstruction and stabilization.