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Engaging Communities Building A Shared Future in Asia

Temasek Foundation Annual Report FY 2013/2014

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Chairman’s Message

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Building Bridges Among Peoples

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Our Partners

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Temasek Foundation Board

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Building Institutions of Excellence

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Financial Statements

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Building People: Health Care

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Rebuilding Lives & Livelihoods Post-Disasters

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Building People: Education

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Overview of Programme Grants & Outreach

ABOUT

TEMASEK FOUNDATION

Set up by Temasek, an investment company based in Singapore, Temasek Foundation is a Singapore philanthropic organisation that seeks to build a more prosperous, stable and connected Asia through building human and social capital. Working with expertise institutions from Singapore and the region, we support training programmes that build capabilities in health care, education, public administration and disaster-response, and programmes that promote positive networks of cooperation in and across communities in Asia.

What we do Engage Communities, Enable Partners, Support Programmes to

Build People in Health Care

Build People in Education

Build Bridges Among Peoples

Build Institutions of Excellence

Rebuild Lives Affected by Natural Disasters

Change

Change is the only constant. Here at Temasek Foundation, we are committed to developing and leading change efforts in systems, processes, policies and frameworks to improve the lives of communities in Asia.

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CHAIRMAN’S

MESSAGE

Engaging the communities we work in is a key factor in our programmes. Such engagements foster a common understanding of the shared purpose and goals, and ultimately lead to strong partnerships and sustained development. Goh Geok Khim, Chairman

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The learning in our programmes is not just two-way – between the content partner and host community partner institutions – but we, at the foundation, are also gaining fresh insights every step along the way.

Financial Year 2013/2014 was another engaging year for Temasek Foundation as we continued to work with our partners to develop and implement programmes that build capabilities and institutions that lead to development in Asia. In Financial Year 2013/2014, Temasek Foundation committed programme grants to a sum of S$23.8 million to 45 programmes, building on all previous years of work.

Engaging with content partner institutions is equally important as they provide critical inputs to customise and structure the programmes.

Engaged Communities, Mutual Learning

Success in all our programmes is in large part attributable to the host communities and their institutions that are engaged in the programmes. Host communities jointly develop and implement the programmes, and lead the change effort. In our programmes, we engage the host community institutions from development to implementation. This model of co-leadership and co-ownership of programmes has worked well in ensuring that programmes are indeed relevant and meaningful. We deeply appreciate the time and effort that the leaders put into steering the programmes. They guide their officials from the programme-design phase to the “multiplier” and institutional-improvement phase, and more importantly, ensure that the enhancements that result from our programmes are sustained over time. Engaging with content partner institutions is equally important as they provide critical inputs to customise and structure the programmes. In the past year, we had the honour of partnering three new content partner institutions from Singapore – the Energy Market Authority and Land Transport Authority worked with us on new programmes in urban management, while the Singapore University of Technology and Design is our newest university partner for an annual student exchange programme. There is a saying that goes – “In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” How true this has been in our experience for the past seven years. In all our programmes, we seek to foster a climate of mutual learning and trust among all partners. The learning in our programmes is not just two-way – between the content partner and host community partner institutions – but we, at the foundation, are also gaining fresh insights every step along the way.

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Communities all across Asia recognise that Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is a key component of the education system, and that it provides more options for young people to learn, develop skills, gain knowledge and be workready and indeed, world-ready. Positive Outcomes, Sustained Development

The “multiplier element” continues to feature in most of our programmes as participants in our programmes return to their home communities to share their learning with their peers and colleagues. They also go on to lead the implementation efforts to bring about the intended improvements to policies, regulations, systems and processes, leading to sustained improvements. Communities all across Asia recognise that Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is a key component of the education system, and that it provides more options for young people to learn, develop skills, gain knowledge and be work-ready and indeed, world-ready. Hence, programmes in TVET continue to be a core area for Temasek Foundation. In FY 2013/2014, we committed a sum of S$6.6 million to 10 TVET capability-building programmes. In some of our earlier programmes, we are pleased to observe positive outcomes that have resulted from our training partnerships, for instance: • In China, TVET institutions in Guangdong have enhanced their collaboration with the industry for more industry-relevant courses to train more workready graduates. • In Mongolia, competency-based curriculum design has been implemented in 47 TVET courses so as to be better aligned to industry needs.

An emerging area of focus for Temasek Foundation is urban management capability. As centres for government and for economic activities at local, regional and international levels, including trade, business, communications, transportation and logistics, cities are engines of growth for the larger communities around them. The growth of cities across Asia has brought along with it many challenges in urban planning and management. Communities are thus mounting a concerted effort to learn from each other, seek solutions and enhance their overall capabilities in the area of urban and city management. In tandem with this, Temasek Foundation supported more programmes that build capabilities in urban planning and management, and specifically in the management of housing, water and utilities, waste, transportation and communications. For FY 2013/2014, the foundation committed a total of S$2.6 million to 5 programmes in this area. We are excited and encouraged by some of the changes that have been implemented through our earlier programmes, for instance: • In Cambodia, strategic concept plans on urban planning and development at both national and provincial levels have been developed and reviewed by the relevant government agencies. These will pave the way for the implementation of initiatives to support efforts in urban redevelopment.

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In tandem with this, Temasek Foundation supported more programmes that build capabilities in urban planning and management, and specifically in the management of housing, water and utilities, waste, transportation and communications.

• In India, a strategic action plan for urban and waterfront planning, facilities management, water management, and solid waste management has been reviewed by the Government of Kerala, and implementation of the action plan for key priority areas is under way. Separately, in a nursing capability programme initiated with the Ministry of Health in Indonesia, we are pleased to share that nursing practices and teaching modules have been enhanced, while new simulation laboratories have been established in hospitals and health polytechnics to enhance the training of nurses.

My heartfelt thanks also go to my fellow board directors for their diligence and wise counsel, at board meetings and throughout the year. In this respect, on behalf of Temasek Foundation, I would like to place on record our deepest appreciation to Dr Law Song Seng and Tan Sri Azmi Wan Hamzah who stepped down from the Temasek Foundation Board in September 2013. As members of the founding board, they played significant roles in laying a strong foundation for our work. We wish them all the very best in their future endeavours. In the new financial year, we will warmly welcome a new member to the Temasek Foundation Board. Mr Goh Yong Siang has a wide range of public and private sector experiences that cover areas like management, strategic visioning and planning, and partner relations. We look forward to his active participation and contributions as a Board Director that will help take the work of the foundation forward. Engaging the communities we work in is a key factor in our programmes. Such engagements foster a common understanding of the shared purpose and goals, and ultimately lead to strong partnerships and sustained development. As Temasek Foundation journeys on with our partners, we look forward to your continued involvement as we build a shared future in Asia.

Appreciating Our Stakeholders

As we start a new work year, I would like to thank the many people who have provided their support and guidance. I thank our friends, partners and stakeholders with whom our shared purpose and objectives have resonated. I am humbled by the confidence and trust that Temasek and Temasek Trust have placed in us to carry out our work and grateful for their patronage and support.

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Goh Geok Khim, Chairman March 2014

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Temasek Foundation Board

Chairman Goh Geok Khim

Deputy Chairman Jennie Chua

Singapore

Singapore

Executive Chairman G.K. Goh Holdings

Chairman Alexandra Health Pte Ltd

Board Director Tan Sri Azmi Wan Hamzah

Christopher Cheng

Tan Sri Faizah Mohd Tahir

Malaysia

Hong Kong SAR, China

Malaysia

Director Halfmoon Bay Ventures Limited

Chairman Wing Tai Properties Ltd

Chairman and Board Director Bank Pertanian Malaysia Berhad (Agrobank)

(Retired as Board Director on 3 September 2013. Appointed Advisor on 4 September 2013.)

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Board Director Khoo Boon Hui

Dr Law Song Seng

Ong Boon Hwee

Singapore

Singapore

Singapore

Senior Deputy Secretary Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore

Senior Consultant Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services Pte Ltd

Managing Director Beyond Horizon Consulting Pte Ltd

(Retired as Board Director on 3 September 2013. Appointed Advisor on 4 September 2013.)

Board Director Tony Tan Caktiong

Programme Advisor Benedict Cheong

Ira Puspadewi

Philippines

Singapore

Indonesia

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jollibee Foods Corporation

Board Director and Chief Executive Officer

Director P.A.C.E. Global Initiative, North and South East Asia, Gap Inc.

Progress

Progress is not just about moving, but moving in the right direction. Our focus on building a more prosperous, connected and harmonious community is but a modest contirbution to development and progress in Asia.

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BUILDING PEOPLE:

HEALTH CARE

It is often said that “the greatest wealth is health”. Temasek Foundation supports the training of health care professionals, educators, nurses and specialists, and the upgrading of nursing curriculum, pedagogy and standards, so that better quality of care can be provided in hospitals and health care institutions across Asia.

PROGRAMME Grants FY 2013/14

S$3M

Cumulative Total

S$20.4M

NO. OF PROGRAMMES FY 2013/14

5

Cumulative Total

35

Percentage of PROGRAMME grants FY 2013/14

12.6% Cumulative Total

15.2%

The course has been very useful for me, as I will be able to provide better care for patients with diabetes mellitus and hypertension. I will also be sharing the current best practices with my colleagues so that we can improve patient care outcomes at my hospital. Mr Bounthavy Sopraseuth A nurse from Mahosot Hospital, Lao PDR (A participant of the Temasek Foundation Nursing Programme in Lao PDR)

Key Highlights of the Year

First nursing programme in Lao PDR First in-country nursing management programme for 100 nursing professionals in Lao PDR

New partnership with Myanmar’s Ministry of Health New programme to train 56 health care specialists to provide quality coronary care for cardiac patients in Myanmar

I found the training programme to be very useful. It had broadened my understanding of work safety. The training was intensive, yet enjoyable. I plan to integrate the knowledge I have gained from this programme into the nursing curriculum in my organisation. In addition to that, I am also in the process of building a nurse safety promoting team that can help teach short-term training courses in future. Ms Vishuda Charoenkitkarn Head of Medical Nursing Department Faculty of Nursing at Mahidol University, Thailand (A participant of the Temasek Foundation Nursing Programme in Thailand)

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PROGRAMMES Health Care Management Good care management practices are critical to tackling emerging challenges in hospitals and health care institutions. With an integrated care management system in place in these institutions, patients will benefit from quality and comprehensive care. Health Care Management Programme

Main Partners

Myanmar Build capabilities of 56 health care specialists in performing primary angioplasty proficiently and in coronary care nursing for cardiac patients in Myanmar. This is especially important as cardiovascular disease has been identified as a leading killer among non-communicable diseases in the country.

Myanmar Mandalay General Hospital Yangon General Hospital Singapore Tan Tock Seng Hospital

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Nursing Management Nurses are the “heartbeat” of health care. Having more and better-skilled nurses will directly impact standards of patient care in the community and contribute towards general community health. Nursing Management Programmes

Main Partners

China - Jiangsu Province Train 135 nurse managers, educators and specialists in nursing management, pedagogy, and clinical skills in oncology, gerontology and community health. The programme will enable the Health Department of Jiangsu to increase its nursing training capacity and capability.

China Health Department of Jiangsu Province

China - Shandong Province Promote excellence in nursing practice and develop the knowledge and skills of 156 Shandong nursing professionals to align training objectives to the needs in public hospitals and health care institutions, and enhance the overall standards of nursing care in the province.

China Health Department of Shandong Province

Lao PDR Enhance capabilities of 100 nurse leaders, educators and clinical instructors to create training resources for the long-term development of nurses in the country. This is aligned to the “Health Personnel Development Strategy 2020” endorsed by the Lao PDR government.

Lao PDR Ministry of Health

Thailand Build capabilities of 40 senior nurses in nursing care and the management of neurological diseases. The participants will share their knowledge with another 120 nurses, and together, they will work towards enhancing standards of neurology nursing care in Thailand.

Thailand Office of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Thai Red Cross College of Nursing King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital Mahidol University Faculty of Nursing Siriraj Hospital

Singapore Nanyang Polytechnic International

Singapore Nanyang Polytechnic International

Singapore Nanyang Polytechnic International

Singapore Tan Tock Seng Hospital

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education

Visionary leadership is essential in the journey towards educational excellence. Leaders who are actively engaged in a culture of continuous improvement help to ensure that educational practices, policies, and curriculum are kept dynamic and adaptable to the changing needs of society. Temasek Foundation supports the training of leaders, educators, and specialists to build capabilities in education in schools, vocational institutions and colleges, and universities across Asia.

PROGRAMME Grants FY 2013/14

S$8.2M Cumulative Total

S$58.5M

NO. OF PROGRAMMES FY 2013/14

15

Cumulative Total

86

Percentage of PROGRAMME grants FY 2013/14

34.5% Cumulative Total

43.5%

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Brunei Darussalam. . . has taken a pivotal step to tap into the full potential of the maritime industry by the formation of a Maritime Academy to provide an avenue to train Bruneian youths to become skilled maritime professionals and seafarers capable of not only working in Brunei’s waters but also to venture into regional and international waters. Dr Chin Wei Keh Director, Department of Technical Education, Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam (The Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam is the host community partner of the Temasek Foundation TVET programme in Brunei Darussalam)

Key Highlights of the Year

First TVET programmes in Bangladesh and Brunei Darussalam Temasek Foundation’s first in-country TVET programmes for leaders and educators in Bangladesh and Brunei Darussalam.

First multi-country TVET training programme for technical specialists from Southeast Asia First TVET programme supported by Temasek Foundation that brings together technical specialists and trainers from across Southeast Asia on a common training platform.

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PROGRAMMES Technical and Vocational Education and Training Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) forms an integral part of a holistic national education system. Students who are technically inclined are trained in specialised skills in technical and vocational colleges, and they form part of an active and robust workforce to meet industry needs. TVET Programmes

Main Partners

Bangladesh Implement training programmes in pedagogical knowledge for 60 master trainers and technical skills in electrical and information technology for 30 specialist trainers. This training will support the development of a new National Technical and Vocational Qualification Framework for Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Directorate of Technical Education

Brunei Darussalam Train 80 specialists in an Academic Quality Assurance System tailored for maritime education and training in Brunei, that will complement a comprehensive capability development programme by the Brunei Ministry of Education in the setting up of the Brunei Maritime Academy.

Brunei Darussalam Brunei Maritime Academy, Ministry of Education

China - Hebei Province Build capabilities of 40 education leaders and 100 specialists in leadership, pedagogy and technical training in precision engineering and mechatronics so as to make improvements and changes to their respective vocational colleges in Hebei Province.

China Education Department of Hebei Province

China - Henan Province Enhance capabilities of 300 TVET senior management and educators from 60 vocational colleges in Henan Province in leadership strategy, course management and curriculum development.

China Education Department of Henan Province

Singapore Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services

Singapore Singapore Polytechnic

Singapore Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services

Singapore Nanyang Polytechnic International

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TVET Programmes

Main Partners

Indonesia Train 196 educators and trainers from 14 regional polytechnics in Indonesia in Problem-Based Learning pedagogy and curriculum, so as to ensure teaching and learning approaches are relevant to industry needs.

Indonesia Ministry of Education and Culture

Lao PDR Enhance the skills of 54 officials in the strategic planning, leadership and management of national Vocational Training Centres located across the country, including the training of TVET master-trainers to better develop and design curriculum.

Lao PDR Lao Youth Union

Malaysia Assist 90 specialists comprising educators, faculty developers and teaching staff from three leading polytechnics to build capabilities in the teaching and learning framework in engineering education.

Malaysia Department of Polytechnic Education, Ministry of Education

Mongolia Develop the strategic planning and management capabilities of 50 vocational leaders to utilise a Quality Assurance Framework to integrate new reforms in TVET colleges. An additional 50 specialists will learn more about TVET assessment and accreditation qualification systems to better match graduates with the right mix of skills and knowledge for employability.

Mongolia Department of Vocational Education and Training (VET) Policy Implementation and Coordination, Ministry of Labour

Philippines Train 200 specialists from 20 state universities and colleges in utilising the “Conceive-Design-ImplementOperate” framework as part of the effort to improve the teaching and learning concepts for engineering education in the Philippines.

Philippines Philippines Association of State Universities and Colleges

Multi-Country Implement a technical skills training programme for a core group of 90 TVET specialists to strengthen their training competencies in electronics, facility technology (air-conditioning) and automation technology (mechatronics).

Lead Coordinating Body Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO) Regional Centre for Vocational and Technical Education and Training (VOCTECH)

Singapore Republic Polytechnic

Singapore Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services

Singapore Singapore Polytechnic

Singapore Singapore Polytechnic

Singapore Singapore Polytechnic

Singapore Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services

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Asian universities need to move from highly-specialised education models to broader-based ones, to prepare graduates for a ‘lifetime of careers’ and not a ‘career-for-life’, and to better enable graduates to deal with complex issues that cross many domains of knowledge. Professor Tan Chorh Chuan President, National University of Singapore (The National University of Singapore is the content partner organisation for the Temasek Foundation Programme for Leaders in University Management)

University Management Confronted with rapid changes such as globalisation, the knowledge economy and technological advances, universities have to continually sharpen their edge, and ensure that they are nimble, relevant and ahead of the curve so as to attract and nurture the right talents for the economies of the future. University Management Programmes

Main Partners

India Build leadership capacity of 30 university leaders and management staff from leading universities in India through the Programme for Leaders in University Management (India). Discussion topics included governance, educational innovations, faculty development and quality assurance.

India Planning Commission Ministry of Human Resource Development

Philippines Build capability of 100 senior university academic and educational leaders in the teaching, learning and assessment in universities in a bid to achieving educational excellence.

Philippines Commission of Higher Education Department University of Philippines (Diliman)

Multi-Country Facilitate exchange and learning among 40 highlevel university leaders from about 18 universities across Southeast Asia to cultivate effective institutional leadership and build knowledge of strategic management and change management. The Programme for Leaders in University Management aims to improve the quality of higher education in universities in Asia.

Participating universities from Southeast Asia

Singapore National University of Singapore

Singapore National University of Singapore

Singapore National University of Singapore

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General Education Leaders and educators play an important role in improving educational standards. Their many important functions include influencing institutional culture, motivating and coaching their teams to strive for higher standards, and improving policy, systems, methods and processes. Together, these will contribute towards providing a better quality of education to students. General Education Programme

Main Partner

Indonesia Facilitate learning by 500 education professionals from various Islamic school networks in an education seminar conducted in Bandung, Indonesia. Majority of the participants were previously involved in education management programmes supported by Temasek Foundation. The seminar helped these school leaders and educators to learn more about best practices in education within an Islamic school context.

Singapore Madrasah Al-Irsyad Al-Islamiah Singapore

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BUILDING BRIDGES

AMONG PEOPLES

Asia, home to four billion people, is a community of diverse regions, languages, cultures and faiths. Embracing this diversity, Temasek Foundation supports networking platforms for students, leaders and journalists from different corners of Asia to come together as one community to learn together, share experiences, appreciate the diverse range of cultures, and bond as friends.

PROGRAMME Grants FY 2013/14

S$3.7M Cumulative Total

S$17.4M

NO. OF PROGRAMMES FY 2013/14

9

Cumulative Total

36

PERCENTAGE OF PROGRAMME GRANTS FY 2013/14

15.5% Cumulative Total

12.9%

It is very heartening to see so many young people come together, in the spirit of friendship and learning to discuss and find solutions for the several social issues throughout our study in Singapore. Mr Ridlwan Muhammad student at Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Yogyakarta (A participant of the Temasek Foundation SCALE 2014)

It was a great experience for me to participate in this programme, and to meet my fellow counterparts from the rest of Asia to share and learn together. Dr Wanna Chongdarakul Director of Research and English Instruction Development Division, Office of Basic Education Commission, Thailand (A participant of the Temasek Foundation Asia Leaders Connect 2013)

Key Highlights of the Year

New regional exchange programme for polytechnic students Temasek Foundation Specialists’ Community Action and Leadership Exchange (TF SCALE) - a new leadership exchange programme for students from polytechnics and technical institutes in Southeast Asia.

First leadership forum for Asian leaders Temasek Foundation Asia Leaders Connect - first leadership programme for senior officials in Asia who have been instrumental in leading and implementing improvements associated with Temasek Foundation programmes

At a time when journalism is transforming into digital era, it is inevitable for one to master multimedia reporting skills. How to make use of social media also is important at this juncture… So to manage expectations of the readers, journalists must have the know-how of new technologies and skills. AJF has helped me a lot to achieve this. Ms Nishima K. Senior sub-editor, Manorama Weekly, India (A participant of the Asia Journalism Fellowship 2014)

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PROGRAMMES Student Leaders Exchange Exchange programmes for students from leading universities, technical colleges and polytechnics in Asia provide a platform for young leaders to participate in cross-cultural programmes and develop a deeper appreciation of Asia’s rich diversity. Student Leaders Exchange Programmes

Main Partners

Temasek Foundation LEaRN: Leadership Enrichment and Regional Networking Implement a regional educational immersion programme for some 250 students from Asia comprising leadership enrichment, community service-learning, and work internships. Students will also organise forums on youth empowerment, and the political, cultural and economic diversity of Southeast Asia. This is the first year that students from the Singapore University of Technology and Design will be participating in the programme.

Participating universities from Asia

Temasek Foundation SCALE: Specialists’ Community Action and Leadership Exchange Implement a leadership exchange programme for Southeast Asia polytechnic and technical institute students to engage in cross-cultural learning about regional economic and community issues, and to apply practical skills, technology and research to community social innovation projects. A total of 300 students from Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam are participating in the inaugural run of the programme.

Participating polytechnics and technical institutes from Asia

Singapore Nanyang Technological University National University of Singapore Singapore Management University Singapore University of Technology and Design

Singapore Nanyang Polytechnic Republic Polytechnic Singapore Polytechnic

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Leaders Network Leaders of host communities where Temasek Foundation programmes have been implemented provide strong support, valuable feedback and endorsement, and these help the programmes achieve the intended outcomes. By providing opportunities for these same leaders to network and discuss issues of governance and leadership, Temasek Foundation helps to foster further exchange, learning, and deeper insights and understanding on common challenges affecting Asia. Leaders Network Programme

Main Partners

Asia Leaders Connect Facilitate exchange among leaders through the firstever Temasek Foundation Asia Leaders Connect event held in Singapore from 20-21 September 2013. Some 25 leaders from Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand gathered to discuss the public sector management and global challenges affecting Asia.

Senior representatives from government ministries and public service agencies across Asia Singapore Civil Service College

Journalism Fellowship A three-month regional fellowship programme for mid-career journalists to engage in professional and cultural exchange to better their understanding of media trends across Asia. Journalism Fellowship Programme

Main Partners

Asia Journalism Fellowship 2014 Facilitate exchange among journalists through the Asia Journalism Fellowship 2014 for 16 Asian senior journalists from 13 Asian countries. An annual highlight of the Fellowship is the Temasek Foundation Asia Journalism Forum. The 2014 forum will bring together regional and international journalists to discuss “Media Crossroads: Pathways to Sustainable Independent Journalism”, and will be complemented by a two-day training workshop on data journalism.

Regional media agencies Singapore Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University

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BUILDING INSTITUTIONS

OF EXCELLENCE National and local institutions of governance, regulatory frameworks and public policy and public administration capabilities constitute the macrosystems that help to foster a conducive environment for economic growth and development. Temasek Foundation lends its support to leaders and officials in shaping the economic development, urban development and public administration policies, regulations and systems in communities in Asia.

PROGRAMME Grants FY 2013/14

S$8.3M Cumulative Total

S$29.1M

NO. OF PROGRAMMES FY 2013/14

14

Cumulative Total

48

Percentage of PROGRAMME grants FY 2013/14

34.9% Cumulative Total

21.6%

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Temasek Foundation Leaders in Economic Development Programme (TF LED) is an effective and efficient programme for enhancing the leadership role on economic development among emerging regional countries ... Participants can understand practical insights into the key economic development strategies adopted by Singapore and other Asian countries and the dynamic mix of contemporary government scenarios and practitioners’ perspective. MR MUANG MAUNG WIN Director General, Ministry of Finance (Budget Department), Myanmar (A participant of the Temasek Foundation Leaders in Economic Development Programme 2014)

Key Highlights of the Year

New programmes in specialised areas of urban management Expanded range of training programmes in urban management to areas of transport, electrical and urban freight movement

First executive programme in Economic Development Temasek Foundation Leaders in Economic Development - first leadership programme for policy makers, policy advisors and administrators to discuss economic development issues affecting Asia

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This initiative and the training programme have made an impact on Bhutan’s ICT development vision and activities. It has helped update Government capability in the digital world and greatly influenced the planning capability of our Ministry in particular, which is responsible for advising all Government Ministries and Agencies in ICT Sector. The biggest challenge lies in keeping this momentum alive. Ms Dorji Wangmo Deputy Chief Planning Officer, Policy and Planning Division Ministry of Information and Communications, Bhutan (A participant of the Temasek Foundation InfoComm Technology Programme in Bhutan)

PROGRAMMES Urban Management As centres for trade and business, and hubs for transport and communications, cities are the engines of growth in communities. As the growth of cities accelerate across Asia, city planners face immense challenges in urban planning and management. In most cities, the key areas of concern are in housing, water and utilities, waste management, transportation and communications. Urban Management Programmes

Main Partners

Bhutan Assist key transport officials to review and implement improvements to the existing regulation of the taxi industry and infrastructure, so as to develop an effective taxi regulatory framework for Bhutan.

Bhutan Office of Gyalpoi Zimpon, His Majesty’s Welfare Office

Cambodia Train a group of 140 specialists in the application of ‘Green Building’ design and construction principles for sustainable urban management solutions. The participants will develop a standard training manual for ‘Green Building’ design and construction knowledge, which will contribute to Cambodia’s national drive towards environmentally-friendly construction practices.

Cambodia Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction

Singapore Land Transport Authority Academy

Singapore Singapore Cooperation Enterprise

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES

Urban Management Programmes

Main Partners

Indonesia Train 119 policy leaders and university faculty to enable them to build a strategic road map and system to improve the urban freight movement management in the key cities of Denpasar, Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Makassar and Medan.

Indonesia Gadjah Mada University

Multi-country Facilitate knowledge exchange among Asian city leaders and public officials in the areas of highdensity and high-liveability guiding principles in urban development and management. Initiated in 2012, the Temasek Foundation Leaders in Urban Governance Programme has previously reached out to leaders in 18 cities, and was further customised for public urban planning officials in China and Quezon City, Philippines.

Participating public service agencies from Asia

Singapore The Logistics Institute - Asia Pacific, National University of Singapore

Singapore Centre for Liveable Cities

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Public Administration Public officials have to continuously review public policies, regulations, and public service delivery systems in areas such as public finance and taxes, international trade, employability and productivity, transport, informationcommunications technology and infrastructure. Public Administration Programmes

Main Partners

Bhutan Enhance capabilities of 240 leaders and officials in strengthening their national information and communications technology master-plans to drive Bhutan’s e-government initiatives, in particular, for the education, health and tourism sectors.

Bhutan Ministry of Information and Communications

Cambodia Equip 80 senior officials with knowledge and skills in governance and public finance policy and administration strategies that will enable them to enhance public financial management policies and procedures under Cambodia’s Public Financial Management Reform Plan.

Cambodia Ministry of Economy and Finance

Singapore Infocomm Development Authority International

Singapore Nanyang Centre for Public Administration, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University

Cambodia Train 60 key leaders and senior energy officials to better understand electrical safety systems, regulations and governance, and to develop standards in electrical wiring and safety procedures for buildings and households in Cambodia.

Cambodia Ministry of Industry, Mines & Energy

Indonesia Build capability of 220 public sector officials in information and communications technology (ICT) skills and knowledge to enhance Indonesia’s national ICT policy development and services.

Indonesia Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Indonesia

Indonesia Develop knowledge and expertise of 200 specialists in water and waste management, to better appreciate public-private partnership (PPP) infrastructure projects in water and waste sector for the regions of Medan, Batam, West Semarang and Balikpapan.

Indonesia PT Sarana Multi-Infrastruktur (Persero), Ministry of Finance

Myanmar Train 85 government officials in information and communications technology (ICT) knowledge and skills to enable Myanmar to harness ICT more effectively in its government policies, infrastructure and industry development, legal frameworks and e-Government capacity.

Myanmar Ministry of Communications and Information Technology

Singapore Energy Market Authority

Singapore Infocomm Development Authority International

Singapore Singapore Cooperation Enterprise

Singapore Infocomm Development Authority International

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Public Administration Programmes

Main Partners

Philippines Increase the capability and capacity of 110 leaders and specialists in innovation and enterprise development, so as to equip them with enhanced knowledge and skills to address productivity challenges and issues facing the Philippines. This follows an earlier programme that the foundation supported which focused on productivity management.

Philippines National Wages and Productivity Commission, Department of Labour and Employment

Viet Nam Develop capabilities of a core group of 150 leaders and senior officials to study best practices in public policy, administration and governance, so as to enhance and customise decision-making, governance, as well as policy design and implementation skills to the context of Viet Nam.

Viet Nam Monitoring Office of Programme 165 of the Government of Viet Nam

Multi-country Facilitate the sharing of knowledge and perspectives in practices of economic development through executive workshops for senior public officials. The first Temasek Foundation Leaders in Economic Development programme held in Singapore from 17-25 March 2014, provided a platform for policy makers, policy advisors and administrators to discuss a broad range of economic development issues affecting Asia.

Participating government ministries and public service agencies from Asia

Singapore Nanyang Polytechnic International

Singapore Nanyang Centre for Public Administration, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University

Singapore Civil Service College International

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REBUILDING LIVES

& LIVELIHOODS POST-DISASTERS

Communities struck by natural disasters suffer for long periods in their journey of recovery, especially in their physical, mental, emotional and economic well-being. Temasek Foundation is committed to supporting communities affected by such disasters through disaster preparedness programmes and post-disaster recovery efforts to rebuild lives and livelihoods.

PROGRAMME Grants FY 2013/14

S$0.6M Cumulative Total

S$9.2M

NO. OF PROGRAMMES FY 2013/14

2

Cumulative Total

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Percentage of PROGRAMME grants FY 2013/14

2.5%

Cumulative Total

6.8%

The courses were so beneficial and meaningful at least for me as an Emergency and Disaster Management Program student at Hasanuddin University. Many aspects of Emergency and Disaster Management that I already knew just in theory also have their practical approaches. These approaches were taught in detail, so that I was able to have a comprehensive understanding. Ismail, S.Si., Apt., Staff at Health Services Division, Department of Health, Palopo City, South Sulawesi, Indonesia (A participant of the Temasek Foundation Disaster Preparedness Programme in Indonesia)

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES

PROGRAMMES Disaster Preparedness From time to time, communities in Asia face disasters that cause damage to homes and great distress to their lives and livelihoods. Having well-trained medical professionals and establishing local disaster management protocols would enable communities to mitigate the effects and lessen the impact of disasters. Disaster Preparedness Programme

Main Partners

Indonesia - Makassar Build capability of 430 medical specialists and community health responders in disaster medical management to better respond to emergencies in the eventuality of disasters in the Sulawesi region

Indonesia Hasanuddin University Singapore Singapore Health Services (SingHealth)

Post-disaster Recovery Supporting the recovery of communities affected by disasters through essential relief supplies. Post Disaster Recovery Programme

Main Partners

Philippines – Tacloban, Leyte Province Provide medical, health and community kits including nutrition-related provisions to those affected by Typhoon Haiyan through the Philippine Red Cross and Singapore Red Cross Society

Philippines Philippine Red Cross Singapore Singapore Red Cross Society

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renewal

A renewal of friendship uplifts the spirit and rejuvenates the soul. Working hand in hand with our partners and host communities, we are building people-to-people connections for future generations of Asian leaders.

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Overview of Programme Grants & Outreach

seven years in numbers May 2007 - March 2014 OUR APPROACH Over seven years, Temasek Foundation has reached out to thousands of participants across Asia. Our programmes bring together different resources – programme grants from Temasek Foundation, the expertise of various institutions, and the commitment and resources of host community organisations, and collectively, we contribute to Asia’s human and social capital development.

Our programme decisions are grounded in these core principles: • Outcomes-Focus We support programmes that contain a strong focus on outcomes with a multiplier effect, through the transfer of learning by leaders and trainers to their peers and colleagues, to bring about sustained improvements in their communities. • Partnerships From defining needs to co-developing and co-implementing programmes, host community and content partners are critical in all phases of a programme, to ensure that programmes are needed, relevant and meaningful. • Ownership By co-owning the planning and implementation of programmes, leaders of partner organisations signify the importance of the programmes and drive them to success.

OUR PROGRAMMES Over The Years S$15.1M

S$16.4M

S$17.0 M

S$19.7M

S$21.1M

S$21.5 M

S$23.8 M

FY 07/08

FY 08/09

FY 09/10

FY 10/11

FY 11/12

FY 12/13

FY 13/14

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S$134.6M

222 Programmes

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Our PROGRAMMES by Focus Areas

Rebuilding Lives S$9.2M & Livelihoods 6.8%

S$20.4M Building People: 15.2% Health Care

Building S$29.1M Institutions of Excellence 21.6% Total

S$134.6M

S$58.5M Building People: 43.5% Education

Building Bridges S$17.4M between Peoples 12.9%

Our PROGRAMMES by Geography S$59.3 M

S$27.3 M

S$14.6 M

S$33.4M

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Southeast Asia

North Asia

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South Asia Programme Grants

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Our Alumni

19,418

104,182

4,980 families

Direct participants

*Peers of participants reached out to

Recipients of TF post-disaster recovery provisions

(as at 31 March 2014)

(as at 31 March 2014) * Individuals who attended learning sessions conducted by programme participants after completion of their training (numbers as reported by programme partners)

fy2013 - 2014 in numbers Rebuilding Lives S$0.6M & Livelihoods 2.5%

2

Building S$8.3M Institutions of Excellence 34.9%

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S$3.0M Building People: 12.6% Health Care

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Total Programme grants COMMITED

S$23.8M Total programmes Approved

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Building Bridges S$3.7M between Peoples 15.5%

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S$8.2M Building People: 34.5% Education

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES

Our Partners

DEVELOPING PEOPLE THROUGH HEALTH CARE, EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Health Care

Temasek Foundation – Nanyang Polytechnic International Nursing Specialists Programme in Jiangsu Province, China Main Partners: Health Department of Jiangsu Province, China Nanyang Polytechnic International, Singapore Implementing Partners: (China) Affiliated Hospital of Nantong University Chinese Medicine Hospital in Nanjing First People's Hospital of Nantong City Jiangsu Cancer Hospital Jiangsu Province Hospital Jiangsu Province Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine Jiangsu Province Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine Jiangsu Province Official Hospital Nanjing Drum Tower Hospital Nantong City Chinese Medicine Hospital Second Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University Suzhou City Chinese Medicine Hospital Suzhou Health Vocational and Technical College Suzhou Municipal Hospital The First Hospital Affiliated to Suzhou University The First Hospital of Nanjing Xuzhou Central Hospital Xuzhou City Chinese Medicine Hospital Xuzhou Medical College Affiliated Hospital Temasek Foundation – Nanyang Polytechnic International Nursing Leaders and Specialists Programme in Shandong Province, China Main Partners: Health Department of Shandong Province, China Nanyang Polytechnic International, Singapore Implementing Partners: (China) Bin Zhou Medical University Dong'er County People's Hospital Dongying City People's Hospital Fei County People's Hospital First People's Hospital of Pingyuan County Gaomi City Hospital Guangrao County People's Hospital Hiser Medical Center of Qingdao

Infectious Diseases Hospital of Yantai City Jinan City Centre Hospital Jining City First People’s Hospital Laiwu City People's Hospital Liaocheng City People’s Hospital Ling County People's Hospital Linzi District People's Hospital Longkou City People's Hospital Maternal and Child Health Hospital of Tai’an City Qingdao City Centre Hospital Qingdao Municipal Hospital Group Rizhao City People's Hospital Rushanshi City People's Hospital Shandong Binzhou Medical School Hospital Shandong College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Shandong Ji Ning Health School Shandong Jining Medical School Hospital Shandong Lin Yi Health School Shandong Medical College Shandong Provincial Hospital Shandong Qian Fushan Hospital Shandong Qing Dao Health School Shandong Traditional Chinese Medicine University Hospital Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Shandong University Qilu Hospital Shandong Wan Jie Medical University Shandong Xie He University Shandong Xiong Ke Hospital Shandong Yan Tai School of Nursing Shandong Zhongliu Hospital Tai Shan Medical University Wei Fang Medical University Weihai City Hospital Xintai Hospital of Chinese Traditional Medicine Yuhuangding Hospital of Yantai City Zaozhuang Municipal Hospital Zhangqiu City People's Hospital Zibo City Centre Hospital Zibo City First Hospital

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Our Partners

Temasek Foundation - Nanyang Polytechnic International Nursing Leaders and Specialists Programme in Lao PDR

Temasek Foundation - Tan Tock Seng Hospital Health Care Specialists Programme in Myanmar

Main Partners: Ministry of Health, Lao PDR Nanyang Polytechnic International, Singapore

Main Partners: Mandalay General Hospital, Myanmar Yangon General Hospital, Myanmar Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

Implementing Partners: (Lao PDR) Champasak College Champasak Hospital Children Hospital Khammouan Health School Louangpraban College Louangpraban Hospital Mahosot Hospital Mittaphab Hospital Mittaphap Hospital Mother and Newborn Hospital Oudomxay Hospital Oudomxay Public Health School Savannakhet College Savannakhet Hospital Savannakhet Health Sciences College Setthathirath Hospital University of Health Sciences Vientiane Health School Vientiane Hospital Vientiane Province Hospital Vientiane School of Health Xiengkhuoang Public Health School Temasek Foundation - Tan Tock Seng Hospital Nursing Specialists Programme in Thailand Main Partners: Office of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, Thailand Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Thailand) King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital Mahidol University, Faculty of Nursing Siriraj Hospital Thai Red Cross College of Nursing

EDUCATION

Temasek Foundation – Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services Technical and Vocational Education and Training Specialists Programme in Bangladesh Main Partners: Directorate of Technical Education, Bangladesh Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services, Singapore Implementing Partner: (Bangladesh) Bagerhat Technical School and College, Bagerhat Begumgonj Technical School and College, Begumgonj Bogra Polytechnic Institute, Bogra Chandpur Polytechnic Institute, Chandpur Chapainawbgonj Technical School and College, Chapainawbgonj Cox’sbaza Technical School and College, Cox’sbaza Dhaka Polytechnic Institute, Dhaka Feni Computer Institute, Feni Feni Technical School and College, Feni Graphic Arts Institute, Mohammadpur, Dhaka Jessore Polytechnic Institute, Jessore Joypurhat Technical School and College, Joypurhat Lalmonirhat Technical School and College, Lalmonirhat Mymensingh Engineering College, Mymensingh Mymensingh Polytechnic Institute, Mymensingh Naogaon Technical School and College, Naogaon Pabna Technical School and College, Pabna Rajshahi Polytechnic Institute, Rajshahi Sylhet Polytechnic Institute, Sylhet Sylhet Technical School and College, Sylhet Technical Teachers’ Training College, Dhaka Temasek Foundation – Singapore Polytechnic Technical and Vocational Education and Training Specialists Programme in Brunei Darussalam Main Partners: Brunei Maritime Academy, Brunei Darussalam Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam Singapore Maritime Academy Singapore Polytechnic

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES

Temasek Foundation - Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services Technical and Vocational Education and Training Leaders and Specialists Programme in Hebei Province, China Main Partners: Education Department of Hebei Province, China Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services, Singapore Implementing Partner: (China) Botou Vocational and Technical Education Centre Chengde Industrial School Handan Vocational and Technical Education Centre Hebei Economics Management School Hebei Normal University Hebei Science and Technology Engineering School Hebei Women’s Vocational College Hengshui Vocational and Technical Education Centre Jinzhou Vocational and Technical Education Centre Laiyuan Vocational and Technical Education Centre Northern Mechanical and Electrical Industrial School Petroleum Geophysical Prospecting College Qianxi Vocational and Technical Education Centre Qinghuangdao Secondary Vocational School Qinghuangdao Vocational and Technical College Quyang Vocational and Technical Education Centre Shenzhou Vocational and Technical Education Centre Shexian Vocational and Technical Education Centre Shijiazhuang Institute of Railway Technology Shijiazhuang No. 2 Vocational High School Shijiazhuang Vocational Education Centre Weichang Vocational and Technical Education Centre Wuan Vocational and Technical Education Centre Xingtai Modern Vocational School Zhangjiakou Mechanical Industrial School Zhaoxian Vocational and Technical Education Centre

Temasek Foundation – Nanyang Polytechnic International Technical and Vocational Education and Training Leaders and Specialists Programme in Henan Province, China Main Partners: Education Department of Henan Province, China Nanyang Polytechnic International, Singapore Implementing Partners: (China) An’yang City Secondary Vocational School An’yang County Secondary Vocational School Gongyi No.1 Secondary Vocational School Henan Accountant School Henan Arts and Crafts School Henan Business School Henan Electrical and Mechanical School Henan Electronic Science and Technology School Henan Economics and Management School Henan Economy and Trade Vocational College Henan Finance and Economics School Henan Gongye Vocational and Technical College Henan Industrial Design School Henan Industrial School Henan Industrial Technology School Henan Information Management School Henan Mechanical and Electrical Engineering College Henan Medical College Henan Pharmaceutical School Henan Secondary Specialized and Technology School Henan Technical College of Construction Henan Vocational and Technical College Henan Vocational College of Chemical Technology Henan Vocational College of Press and Publishing Henan Water Conservancy and Hydroelectric Power School Henan Women Cadres School Nanyang College of Medicine Nanyang No.1 Secondary Vocational School Nanyang No.5 Secondary Vocational School SanMenXia Secondary Vocational School Xinyang No.1 Secondary Vocational School Zhengzhou Arts and Engineering School Zhengzhou Finance School Zhengzhou Light Industry School Zhengzhou Railway Vocational and Technical College Zhengzhou Trade and Industry School Zhengzhou Vocational and Technical College Zhengzhou Vocational University of Information and Technology Zhoukou Vocational Technical School

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Our Partners

Temasek Foundation – Republic Polytechnic Technical and Vocational Education and Training Leaders and Specialists Programme in Indonesia

Temasek Foundation - Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services Technical and Vocational Education and Training Leaders and Specialists Programme in Lao PDR

Main Partners: Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia Republic Polytechnic, Singapore

Main Partners: Lao Youth Union, Lao PDR Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services, Singapore

Implementing Partners: (Indonesia) Iain Sunan Ampel Surabaya PDD Kota Blitar PDD Kota Bojonegoro Politeknik Aceh Politeknik Aceh Selatan Politeknik ATMI Politeknik Banyuwangi Politeknik Caltex Riau Politeknik Cilacap Politeknik Elektronika Negeri Surabaya Politeknik Indramayu Politeknik Kampar Politeknik Kediri Politeknik Ketapang Politeknik Kota Malang Politeknik Kotabahru Politeknik Negeri Babel Politeknik Negeri Bali Politeknik Negeri Banjarmasin Politeknik Negeri Banyuwangi Politeknik Negeri Batam Politeknik Negeri Bengkalis Politeknik Negeri Jember Politeknik Negeri Lhokseumawe Politeknik Negeri Madiun Politeknik Negeri Madura Politeknik Negeri Malang Politeknik Negeri Manado Politeknik Negeri Medan Politeknik Negeri Padang Politeknik Negeri Samarinda Politeknik Negeri Sriwijaya Politeknik Negeri Tanah Laut Politeknik Perdamaian Halmahera Politeknik Perkapalan Negeri Surabaya Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Kupang Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Payakumbuh Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Samarinda Politeknik Sekayu Politeknik Tanah Laut Politeknik Unggulan Sragen

Temasek Foundation – Singapore Polytechnic Technical and Vocational Education and Training Specialists Programme in Malaysia Main Partners: Ministry of Education, Malaysia Singapore Polytechnic Implementing Partners: (Malaysia) Politeknik Ibrahim Sultan, Pasir Gudang, Johor Politeknik Shah Alam Politeknik Ungku Omar, Ipoh Temasek Foundation – Singapore Polytechnic Technical and Vocational Education and Training Specialists Programme in Mongolia Main Partners: Ministry of Labour, Mongolia Singapore Polytechnic Implementing Partners: (Mongolia) BAZ Technical and Vocational School Central Regional Methodology Center Construction and Technological College Construction College (formerly known as Polytechnic College) Darkhan Urguu Polytechnic College, Darkhan Uul Province Eastern Regional Methodology Center Eco Mongolia Vocational Training and Production Center German Mongolian Vocational Training and Production Center Gobi Regional Methodology Center Khangai Regional Methodology Center Khovd Polytechnic College Mongolian-Korean Joint Polytechnic College Mongolian National University Mongolian University of Science and Technology Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Vocational Training and Production Center, Business School Polytechnic College of Art and Production Polytechnic College, Dornod Province Polytechnic College, Gobi-Hovd Province

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES

Polytechnic College, Gobi-Soumber Province Polytechnic College of Energy and Mineral Resources Industry, Darkhan Province Railway Vocational Training and Production Center SANT Institute, Selenge Province Shine Irgenshil Institute Shine Uey Vocational Training and Production Center Technical and Technological College Ulaanbaatar Regional Methodology Center Ulaangom College, Uvs Province University of Science and Technology, Orkhon Province University of Technology University of Transportation Vocational Training and Production Center, Arkhangai Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Bayanchandmani Soum, Tuv Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Bayankhongor Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Bayan-Ulgii Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Bulgan Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Darhan-Uul Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Dornod Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Dorno-Gobi Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Dundgobi Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Gobi-Altai Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Huvsgul Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Khentii Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Khuvsgul Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Nalaikh District Vocational Training and Production Center, Orkhon Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Selenge Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Shaamar Soum, Selenge Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Sukhbaatar District Vocational Training and Production Center, Tosontsengel Soum Vocational Training and Production Center, Tuv Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Umnugobi Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Uvurkhangai Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Zaamar Soum, Tuv Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Zavkhan Province Vocational Training and Production Center, Zuunkharaa Soum, Selenge Province

Temasek Foundation - Singapore Polytechnic Technical and Vocational Education and Training Specialists Programme in Conceive, Design, Implement and Operate Framework in the Philippines Main Partners: Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges Singapore Polytechnic Implementing Partners: (Philippines) Aklan State University Apayao State College Bataan Peninsula State University Batangas State University Benguet State University Bicol University Bohol Island State University Camarines Norte State College Camarines Sur Polytechnic College Camiguin Polytechnic State College Capiz State University Caraga State University Catanduanes State University Cavite State University Central Bicol State University of Agriculture Central Luzon State University Central Mindanao University Central Philippines State University Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University Dr. Emilio B. Espinosa Sr. Memorial State College of Agriculture and Technology Eastern Samar State University Eastern Visayas State University Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology Ifugao State University Isabela State University Jose Rizal Memorial State University Kalinga Apayao State College Laguna State Polytechnic University Mariano Marcos State University Marinduque State College Mindanao University of Science and Technology Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology Misamis Oriental State College of Agriculture and Technology Mountain Province State Polytechnic College Naval State University Negros Oriental State University Northwest Samar State University Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology Nueva Viscaya State University Palawan State University

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Palompon Institute of Technology Pampanga Agricultural College Partido State University Ramon Magsaysay Technological University Rizal Technological University Romblon State University Sultan Kudarat State University Surigao del Sur State University Surigao State College of Technology Tarlac College of Agriculture Tarlac State University Technological University of the Philippines University of Northern Philippines University of Southeastern Philippines Visayas State University West Visayas College of Science and Technology Western Mindanao State University Western Philippines University Zamboanga City State Polytechnic College Temasek Foundation – Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services Technical and Vocational Education and Training Specialists Programme in South East Asia Main Partners: Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) Regional Centre for Vocational and Technical Education and Training (VOCTECH) Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Education Services, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Brunei Darussalam) Institute of Technology Brunei Jefri Bolkiah College of Engineering Nakhoda Ragam Vocational School Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical College (Cambodia) Battambang Institute of Technology Polytechnic Institute of Battambang (Indonesia) Sekolah Menengah Kejuruteraan Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Open Learning Centre (SEAMOLEC) Yogyakarta State University (Lao PDR) Polytechnic College Vientiane-Hanoi Friendship Vocational School

(Malaysia) College Vocational Datuk Seri Mohd Zin International College of Advanced Technology Sarawak Kolej Komuniti Mas Gading Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (Myanmar) Technological University, Kyaukse Technological University, Magway (Philippines) Sanchez Mira School of Arts and Trades Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Regional Training Centre (Thailand) Nan Technical College Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (Viet Nam) Hanoi University of Agriculture Hung Yen University of Technology & Education Temasek Foundation – National University of Singapore Programme for Leadership in University Management in India Main Partners: Ministry of Human Resource Development, India Planning Commission, India National University of Singapore Implementing Partners: (India) A U College of Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Alagappa Chettiar College of Engineering and Technology, Karaikudi Beant College of Engineering and Technology, Gurdaspur College of Engineering, Kidangoor, Kottayam College of Engineering Perumon, Perinad, Kollam College of Engineering Thalassery, Kannur Cooperative Institute of Technology, Vadakara, Kozhikode Government College of Engineering, Baragur, Krishnagiri Government College of Engineering, Kannur Government College of Engineering, Salem Government College of Technology, Coimbatore Government Engineering College, Painavu, Idukki Government Engineering College, Thrissur Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode JNTU College of Engineering, Kakinada JNTUH College of Engineering, Hyderabad LBS Institute of Technology for Women, Poojappura, Thiruvananthapuram

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES

National Institute of Technology, Calicut National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappali Pondicherry Engineering College, Puducherry Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kottayam SBS College of Engineering and Technology, Ferozepur School of Engineering, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin SVU College of Engineering, Tirupati University College of Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad Temasek Foundation – National University of Singapore Developing University Leaders and Educators Programme in the Philippines Main Partners: Commission of Higher Education, Philippines University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines National University of Singapore Implementing Partners: (Philippines) Bicol University Mariano Marcos State University Mindanao University of Science and Technology Silliman University University of San Carlos University of the Philippines Los Banos University of the Philippines Manila University of the Philippines Open University West Visayas State University Temasek Foundation – National University of Singapore Programme for Leadership in University Management in Asia Main Partner: National University of Singapore Implementing Partners: (Brunei Darussalam) Universiti Brunei Darussalam (Cambodia) Royal University of Law and Economics Royal University of Phnom Penh (Indonesia) Institut Teknologi Bandung Universitas Airlangga Universitas Gadjah Mada

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(Malaysia) University of Malaya Universiti Putra Malaysia University Sains Malaysia (Philippines) Ateneo de Manila University De La Salle University University of the Philippines (Thailand) Burapha University Chiang Mai University Chulalongkorn University Mahidol University (Viet Nam) Vietnam National University, Hanoi Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City Temasek Foundation - Madrasah Al-Irsyad Al-Islamiah Education Islamic Schools Integrated Programme in Bandung, Indonesia Main Partner: Madrasah Al-Irsyad Al-Islamiah Singapore

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Our Partners

BUILDING BRIDGES BETWEEN PEOPLES

Temasek Foundation Leadership Enrichment and Regional Networking (LEaRN) Programme 2013 @ Nanyang Technological University Main Partner: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Brunei Darussalam) Universiti Brunei Darussalam (Cambodia) Royal University of Law and Economics (China) Shanghai Jiaotong University Soochow University Tianjin University Wuhan University (Hong Kong SAR, China) Chinese University of Hong Kong University of Hong Kong (India) Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (Mumbai) Indian Institute of Technology Madras Symbiosis International University (Indonesia) Institut Teknologi Bandung Universitas Gadjah Mada Universitas Indonesia (Lao PDR) National University of Laos (Malaysia) Universiti Malaya (Philippines) Ateneo de Manila University De La Salle University (South Korea) Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Seoul National University

(Thailand) Chulalongkorn University Mahidol University (Viet Nam) Vietnam National University, Hanoi Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City Temasek Foundation Leadership Enrichment and Regional Networking (LEaRN) Programme 2014 @ National University of Singapore Main Partner: National University of Singapore Implementing Partners: (China) Fudan University Nanjing University Peking University Sichuan University Sun Yat-Sen University Tongji University Tsinghua University Wuhan University Xi’An Jiaotong University (Hong Kong SAR, China) City University of Hong Kong (India) Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (Mumbai) National Law School of India University (Indonesia) Universitas Airlangga Universitas Gadjah Mada Universitas Indonesia (Japan) Keio University (Lao PDR) National University of Laos (Malaysia) Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Universiti Malaya Universiti Utara Malaysia (Philippines) Ateneo de Manila University University of the Philippines

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES

(South Korea) Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Korea University Pohang University of Science and Technology (Postech) Seoul National University (Chinese Taipei) National Tsing Hua University (Thailand) Burapha University Chulalongkorn University Khon Kaen University Prince of Songkla University (Viet Nam) Vietnam National University, Hanoi Temasek Foundation Leadership Enrichment and Regional Networking (LEaRN) Programme 2014 @ Singapore Management University Main Partner: Singapore Management University Temasek Foundation Leadership Enrichment and Regional Networking (LEaRN) Programme 2014 @ Singapore University of Technology and Design Main Partner: Singapore University of Technology and Design

Temasek Foundation Specialists’ Community Action and Leadership Exchange (SCALE) Programme @ Republic Polytechnic Main Partner: Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Cambodia) Royal University of Agriculture Royal University of Phnom Penh (Indonesia) Politeknik Caltex Riau Politeknik Kota Malang Politeknik Negeri Malang Temasek Foundation Specialists’ Community Action and Leadership Exchange (SCALE) Programme @ Singapore Polytechnic Main Partner: Singapore Polytechnic Implementing Partners: (Indonesia) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Universitas Pembangunan Nasional (Viet Nam) University of Science, Vietnam National University

Implementing Partners : (China) Zhejiang University

Temasek Foundation Asia Leaders Connect 2013

Temasek Foundation Specialists’ Community Action and Leadership Exchange (SCALE) Programme @ Nanyang Polytechnic

Implementing Partners: (Bhutan) Ministry of Information and Communications

Main Partner: Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore

(Cambodia) Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction

Implementing Partners : (Philippines) Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Thailand) Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin

Main Partner: Civil Service College, Singapore

(India) Government of Karnataka

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(Indonesia) Central Board Muhammadiyah Indonesia Financial Services Authority Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Fund Matha'ul Anwar Ministry of Health Pesantren Sabilil Muttaqien (Lao PDR) Ministry of Education and Sports Ministry of Health Ministry of Home Affairs (Philippines) Ateneo de Manila University Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Sri Lanka) Ministry of Public Management Reforms Ministry of Youth Affairs and Skills Development (Thailand) Ministry of Education Office of the Basic Education Commission Office of the Vocational Education Commission Temasek Foundation – Nanyang Technological University: Asia Journalism Fellowship Programme 2014 Main Partner: Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Afghanistan) Radio Afghanistan, Duechweli (Bangladesh) Maasranga Television (Bhutan) Kuensel Corporation Ltd (India) Business Standard, New Delhi Malayala Manorama Weekly (Myanmar) Mizzima Business Weekly Magazine (Nepal) Setopati Sanchar Pvt Ltd

(Pakistan) The Express Tribune (Philippines) Abs-cbnnews.com/ABS-CBN News Digital Media Rappler (Singapore) Singapore Press Holdings (Sri Lanka) Island (Thailand) The Nation Newspaper (Viet Nam) VTC Station

BUILDING INSTITUTIONS OF EXCELLENCE THROUGH GOVERNANCE AND ETHICS

Temasek Foundation – Land Transport Authority Urban Management Land Transport Policy Specialists Programme in Bhutan Main Partners: Office of Gyalpoi Zimpon, His Majesty’s Welfare Office, Bhutan Land Transport Authority Academy, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Bhutan) Ministry of Information and Communications Road Safety Transport Authority Royal Bhutan Police Thimphu Taxi Association Thimphu Thromde

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES

Temasek Foundation – Singapore Cooperation Enterprise Urban Management (Building and Construction) Specialists Programme in Cambodia Main Partners: Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction, Cambodia Singapore Cooperation Enterprise Implementing Partners: (Cambodia) Board Eng-Cambridge Institute of Technology of Cambodia Ministry of Environment Ministry of Industry Ministry of Rural Development Ministry of Social Affairs Temasek Foundation – National University of Singapore Urban Land Transport Management for Policy Leaders and Specialists Programme in Indonesia Main Partners: Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia National University of Singapore Temasek Foundation Leaders in Urban Governance Programme in Asia Main Partner: Centre for Liveable Cities, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Bhutan) Mayor’s Office of Thimphu, Government of Bhutan Thimphu Urban Planning Division (China) Changning Development and Reform Commission Shanghai Municipal Development and Reform Commission (Indonesia) Bappeda Kota Yogyakarta Batam Regional Development Planning Board Malang Municipal Council Ministry of National Development Planning Public Work Agency, Tangerang City Tangerang City Planning and Development Agency

(Sri Lanka) Galle Municipal Council Kandy Municipal Council Urban Development Authority of Sri Lanka (Thailand) Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (Viet Nam) Hanoi Authority for Planning and Investment Temasek Foundation – IDA International Public Administration Info-Comm Technology Leaders and Specialists Programme in Bhutan Main Partners: Ministry of Education, Bhutan Ministry of Health, Bhutan Ministry of Information and Communications, Bhutan Tourism Council of Bhutan IDA International, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Bhutan) Anti Corruption Commission Bhutan Broadcasting Service Corporation Bhutan Chamber of Commerce and Industry Bhutan Council for School Examinations and Assessment Bhutan InfoComm and Media Authority Bhutan Narcotic Control Agency Bhutan National Bank Bhutan Power Corporation Bhutan Telecom Drug Regulatory Authority Druk Holdings and Investments Dzongkha Development Commission Election Commission of Bhutan Gross National Happiness Commission IT Association of Bhutan Jigme Namgyel Polytechnic Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Ministry of Economic Affairs Ministry of Finance Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs Ministry of Labour and Human Resources Ministry of Works and Human Settlement National Environment Commission National Housing Developing Corporation Limited National Land Commission

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National Pension and Provident Fund Office Of Attorney General Phuentsholing Thromde Royal Audit Authority Royal Bhutan Police Royal Civil Service Commission Royal Court of Justice Royal Education Council Royal Institute of Management Royal University of Bhutan Samdrup Jongkhar Thromde Samtse College of Education

Temasek Foundation – Energy Market Authority Urban Management Energy Specialists Programme in Cambodia Main Partners: Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy, Cambodia Energy Market Authority, Singapore Temasek Foundation - IDA International Public Administration Info-Comm Technology Leaders and Specialists Programme in Indonesia

Temasek Foundation – Nanyang Technological University Public Administration Leaders Programme in Cambodia

Main Partners: Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Indonesia IDA International, Singapore

Main Partners: Ministry of Economy and Finance, Cambodia Nanyang Centre for Public Administration, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Temasek Foundation – Singapore Cooperation Enterprise Urban Management (Water and Waste) Specialists Programme in Indonesia

Implementing Partners: (Cambodia) Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ministry of Civil Service Ministry of Commerce Ministry of Economy and Finance Ministry of Education Youth and Sports Ministry of Environment Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ministry of Health Ministry of Industry and Handicraft Ministry of Information Ministry of Interior Ministry of Justice Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction Ministry of Mines and Energy Ministry of National Assembly-Senate Relations and Inspection Ministry of Planning Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications Ministry of Public Work and Transport Ministry of Social Affairs, Veteran and Youth Rehabilitation Ministry of Tourism Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology Ministry of Women’s Affairs Supreme National Economic Council

Main Partners: Ministry of Finance, Indonesia PT Sarana Multi-Infrastruktur, Indonesia Singapore Cooperation Enterprise Implementing Partners : (Indonesia) Badan Kebijakan Fiskal KemenKeu Balai Pengelolaan Persampahan Regional Dinas Pemukiman dan Perumahan (BPSR Diskimrum) Bandan Perencanaan Pembangunan Daerah Provinsi Jawa Timur Biro Perekonomian Setda Jateng Cipda Karya Jateng City Secretariat of South Tangerang Daya Mineral Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Dinas Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan - Energi dan Sumber Direktorat Pengembangan Penyehatan Lingkungan Pemukiman Kemen Pekerjaan Umum DJ Kekayaan Negara KemenKeu Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum (PDAM) Sub-Directorate of Solid Waste Temasek Foundation - IDA International Public Administration (ICT) Leaders and Specialists Programme in Myanmar Main Partners: Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Myanmar IDA International, Singapore

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Temasek Foundation - Nanyang Polytechnic International Productivity and Standards Leaders and Specialists Programme on Innovation and Enterprise Development in the Philippines Main Partners: Department of Labour and Employment, Philippines National Wages and Productivity Commission, Philippines Nanyang Polytechnic International, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Philippines) Administrative Service Department of Agriculture Department of Science and Technology Department of Tourism Department of Trade and Industry Employer’s Confederation of the Philippines Federation of Free Workers Financial Management Service Labor Communications Office NAGKAISA Occupational Safety and Health Centre Overseas Workers Welfare Administration Philippines Association of Local Service Contractors Presidential Management Staff Trade Union Congress of the Philippines University of the Philippines Temasek Foundation – Nanyang Technological University Public Administration Leaders Programme in Viet Nam Main Partners: Monitoring Office of Programme 165 of Government of Viet Nam Nanyang Centre for Public Administration, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Viet Nam) Ba Ria City People’s Committee Ba Thuoc District People’s Committee Bac Ha District People’s Committee Bac Ninh Provincial Party Committee Ben Cau District People’s Committee Binh Long District People’s Committee Binh Thuy District People’s Committee

Cam Ranh City People’s Committee Can Tho Municipal Party Committee Cang Long District People’s Committee Chau Thanh District People’s Committee Cho Don District People’s Committee Cho Gao District People’s Committee Don Duong District People’s Committee Dong Hung District Party Committee, Thai Binh Province Duc Hue District People’s Committee Ha Giang Province’s Chairman of People Committee Ha Lang District People’s Committee Hoa Binh Province Party Committee Hong Dan District People’s Committee Hung Nguyen District People’s Council Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs Department in Ninh Thuan Province Lac Son District People’s Committee Long Ho District People’s Committee Muong Te District People’s Committee Nghe An Province People’s Council Nghia Hanh District People’s Committee Nhon Trach District People’s Committee Ninh Hai District People’s Committee Nong Son District People’s Committee Party Committee of Ba Tri District, Ben Tre Province Party Committee of Bac Ninh District, Bac Ninh Province Party Committee of Bim Son Town, Thanh Hoa Province Party Committee of Binh Son District, Quang Ngai Province Party Committee of Binh Xuyen District, Vinh Phuc Province Party Committee of Bu Dang District, Binh Phuoc’s Province Party Committee of Buon Don District, Dak Lak Province Party Committee of Ca Mau Province Party Committee of Cam Giang District, Hai Duong Province Party Committee of Can Gio District, Hochiminh City Party Committee of Can Loc District, Ha Tinh Province Party Committee of Cat Tien District, Lam Dong Province Party Committee of Chau Thanh District, An Giang Province Party Committee of Chi Lang District, Lang Son Province Party Committee of Dak G’long, Dak Nong Province Party Committee of Dat Do District, Vung Tau Province Party Committee of Di An Town, Binh Duong Province Party Committee of District 5, Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee of Dong Giang of Quang Nam Province Party Committee of Duc Linh District, Binh Thuan Province Party Committee of Duy Tien District, Ha Nam Province Party Committee of Ha Tien District, Kien Giang Province Party Committee of Hoa Lu District, Ninh Binh Province Party Committee of Hoa Thanh District, Tay Ninh Province Party Committee of Hon Vang District, Da Nang City Party Committee of Kien Tuong Town, Long An Province Party Committee of Kon Ray District, Kon Tum Province Party Committee of Lai Vung District, Dong Thap Province Party Committee of Lan Binh District, Tuyen Quang Province Party Committee of Long Phu District, Soc Trang Province

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Party Committee of Luc Yen District, Yen Bai Province Party Committee of Muong Cha District, Dien Bien Province Party Committee of Muong Khuong District, Lao Cai Province Party Committee of Muong Lat District, Thanh Hoa Province Party Committee of Nga Bay District, Hau Giang Province Party Committee of Ngoc Hien District, Ca Mau Province Party Committee of Pac Nam District, Bac Kan Province Party Committee of Phu Ly District, Ha Nam Province Party Committee of Phu Yen Province Party Committee of Phuc Hoa District, Cao Bang Province Party Committee of Quoc Oai District, Ha Tay Province Party Committee of Son Hoa District, Phu Yen Province Party Committee of Ta Pa District, Gia Lai Province Party Committee of Tan Phuoc District, Tien Giang Province Party Committee of Tan Uyen District Party Committee of Thanh Thuy District, Phu Tho Province Party Committee of Thong Nhat District, Dong Nai Province Party Committee of Thot Not District, Can Tho City Party Committee of Thuan Bac District, Ninh Thuan Province Party Committee of Vi Thuy District, Hau Giang Province Party Committee of Vinh Bao District, Hai Duong Province People’s Committee of Ba Ria Vung Tau Province People’s Committee of Bac Yen District, Son La Province People’s Committee of Cho Moi District, An Giang Province People’s Committee of Cu Jut District, Dak Nong Province People’s Committee of Dak Lak Province People’s Committee of Dien Bien Dong, Dien Bien Province People’s Committee of Dien Chau District, Nghe An Province People’s Committee of Dinh Hoa District, Thai Nguyen Province People’s Committee of Dinh Lap District, Lang Son Province People’s Committee of Duc Co District, Gia Lai Province People’s Committee of Khanh Hoa Province People’s Committee of Kim Son District, Ninh Binh Province People’s Committee of Ky Son District, Hoa Binh Province People’s Committee of Lagi Town, Binh Thuan Province People’s Committee of Lao Cai Province People’s Committee of Na Hang District, Tuyen Quang Province People’s Committee of Song Hinh District, Phu Yen Province People’s Committee of Tan Son District, Phu Tho Province People’s Committee of Tan Uyen District, Binh Duong Province People’s Committee of Tay Son District, Binh Dinh Province People’s Committee of Tuyen Hoa District, Quang Binh Province People’s Council of Dong Xoai Town, Binh Phuoc Province Phu Loc District People’s Council, Thua Thien Hue Province Provincial Party Committee, An Giang Province Provincial Standing Party Committee, Thai Binh Province Quang Tri Province People’s Committee Science and Technology Department, Da Nang City Soc Trang Provincial Party Committee Song Ma District People’s Committee, Son La Province Tam Dao District People’s Committee, Vinh Phuc Province Tan Son District People’s Committee, Phu Tho Province Tay Ninh Provincial Party Committee

Thanh Binh District People’s Committee, Dong Thap Province Thanh Mien District Party Committee, Hai Duong Province Thanh Tri District People’s Committee, Hanoi City Thuy Nguyen District People’s Committee, Hai Phong City Tran Van Thoi District People’s Committee, Ca Mau Province Tuy Phuoc District People’s Committee, Binh Dinh Province Viet Yen District People’s Committee, Bac Giang Province Vietnam Women’s Union Vietnam’s Women Academy Vinh Long Provincial Party Committee Vinh Thuan District People’s Committee, Kien Giang Province Vung Liem District People’s Committee, Vinh Long Province Women’s Union in Bac Giang Province Women’s Union in Bac Kan Province Women’s Union in Ben Tre Province Women’s Union in Kien Giang Province Women’s Union in Nam Dinh Province Women’s Union in Ninh Binh Province Women’s Union in Phu Tho Province Women’s Union in Quang Nam Province Women’s Union in Thai Binh Province Women’s Union in Thai Nguyen Province Women’s Union in Tra Vinh Province Temasek Foundation - Civil Service College Leaders in Economic Development Programme for Senior Public Officials in Asia Main Partner: Civil Service College, Singapore Implementing Partners: (Bangladesh) Ministry of Finance (China) Economy, Trade and Information Commission of Shenzhen Municipality Ministry of Commerce (Indonesia) Department of Economic and Monetary Policy Monetary and Financial Sector Division (Kazakhstan) Kazakhstan Public-Private Partnership Center (Mongolia) State Property Committee (Myanmar) Ministry of Commerce Ministry of Finance Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development

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(Philippines) Bureau of the Treasury (Sri Lanka) Presidential Secretariat (Viet Nam) Ministry of Planning and Investment of Vietnam

REBUILDING LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS AFFECTED BY NATURAL DISASTERS Temasek Foundation – Singapore Health Services Disaster Preparedness Specialists Training Programme in Makassar, Indonesia Main Partners: Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia Singapore Health Services Implementing Partners: (Indonesia) Akademi Perawat Anging Mamiri Akademi Perawat Muhammadiyah Makassar Akademi Perawat Sawerigading Pemda Luwu Palopo Badan Search And Rescue Nasional Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah Makassar Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah Propinsi Dinas Kesehatan Bantaeng Dinas Kesehatan Bone Dinas Kesehatan Kab. Pinrang Dinas Kesehatan Kabupaten Tojouna-Una Dinas Kesehatan Kota Makassar Dinas Kesehatan Majene (PKM Salutambung) Dinas Kesehatan Palopo Dinas Kesehatan Takalar (PKM Bontomarannu) Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Muslim Indonesia Palang Merah Indonesia Kota Makassar Pemadam Kebakaran People Safety Centre Politeknik Gorontalo Politeknik Kesehatan Palu Program Study Ilmu Keperawatan UnHas Puskesmas Jumpandang Baru Rumah Sakit Bayangkara Rumah Sakit Haji Rumah Sakit Ibnu Sina Rumah Sakit Labuang Baji Rumah Sakit Lamadukkelleng Sengkang Rumah Sakit Pelamonia Rumah Sakit Pinrang Rumah Sakit Stella Maris Rumah Sakit Tenriawaru Bone Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah Kota Makassar

Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah LamadduKelleng Kabupaten Wajo Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah Lasinrang Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah Province Sulawesi Barat Mamuju Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah Salewangang Maros Rumah Sakit Unhas Rumah Sakit Wahidin Sudirohusodo Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Gia Makassar Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Lakipadada Senkom Makassar Senkom Maros Senkom Mitra Polri Senkom Propinsi Tagana Universitas Islam Makassar Temasek Foundation – Singapore Red Cross Society PostDisaster Recovery Livelihoods Equipment and Facilities Programme in the Philippines Main Partners: Philippine Red Cross Singapore Red Cross Society

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Statement of Changes in Funds

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Independent Auditors’ Report

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Statement of Cash Flows

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Statement of Financial Activities

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FY 2013/2014 MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS At A Glance Temasek established Temasek Foundation in May 2007 and provided an endowment for the programme grants and operating expenses of the foundation. The Trustees of Temasek Trust act as stewards of the endowment and decide on the aggregate annual amounts to be made available for use by the foundation. For Financial Year (FY) 2013/2014, Temasek Foundation committed a total sum of S$23.8 million for 45 programmes. This shows a steady commitment of funding to programmes. That the foundation was able to support so many programmes was again largely due to a high level of co-funding from host community partners, manifesting their leadership and ownership of the programmes. Over the years, the foundation has committed funding to programmes as follows: S$ Amount committed to Programmes Number of Programmes

FY 2007/2008 FY 2008/2009 FY 2009/2010 FY 2010/2011 (updated) (updated) (updated) (updated) $15.1 m $16.4 m $17.0 m $19.7 m 14 32 33 26

FY 2011/2012 FY 2012/2013 FY 2013/2014 (updated) (updated) (provisional) S$ Amount committed to Programmes $21.1 m $21.5 m $23.8 m Number of Programmes 32 40 45 Priority Programmes In FY 2013/2014, Temasek Foundation continued to support priority programmes in health care, education, public administration, and urban management. Capability-building programmes in the area of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) continue to be among the highest priority for the foundation. Such programmes are of priority in communities all across Asia and the foundation sought to match this. For FY 2013/2014, a total of S$6.6 million was committed to 10 programmes in TVET capability-building programmes. Increasingly, Temasek Foundation is placing emphasis on programmes in urban management. As centres for trade and business, and hubs for transport and communications, cities are the engines of growth in communities. With the growth of cities across Asia, there are the concomitant problems in the overall area of urban planning and management and in the specific areas of housing, water and utilities, waste management, transportation and communications. In tandem with needs as expressed by the communities concerned, the foundation decided to increase support for programmes that build capabilities in general urban planning and management and in management of the specific issues associated with cities. For FY 2013/2014, the foundation committed a total of S$2.6 million to 5 programmes in this area.

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Financial Management So as to minimise the financial risks associated with programme funding, the foundation disburses committed funds only in tranches to partner organisations in accordance to an agreed-to schedule, but always in line with the milestones achieved in and the general progress of programmes. For FY 2013/2014, the foundation disbursed a sum of S$21.2 million to programmes that were approved since inception. The amount of disbursements remains steady as programme activities are progressively implemented. Some 103 programmes of a total of 222 programmes that the foundation has committed to, have been completed, while the remaining programmes are at different stages of implementation. As programmes are completed with objectives and targets met, with prudent management in the implementation of the programmes, there may be monies committed that are not spent. The foundation recovers these sums for reallocation to other programmes. Also, some programmes are modified or re-designed during the course of implementation so as to achieve more cost-effective outcomes, and the funding needed may be revised – increased or decreased. A very small number of programmes have had to be discontinued and this was mainly due to the restructuring of institutions or re-prioritisation of needs by the host communities. Consequently, the committed amounts for each financial year published in the annual reports will be updated to reflect all these adjustments. The total annual operating expenses of Temasek Foundation for FY 2013/2014 and the updated expenses for the previous financial years are listed as follows: S$ Total Operating Expenses Headcount

FY 2007/2008 FY 2008/2009 FY 2009/2010 FY 2010/2011 (updated) (updated) (updated) (updated) $1.88 m $2.29 m $2.43 m $2.69 m 7 8 8 9

FY 2011/2012 FY 2012/2013 FY 2013/2014 (updated) (updated) S$ Total Operating Expenses $3.08 m $3.46m $3.47m Headcount 10 11 11

The increase in operating expenses reflects the increase in costs even as the foundation maintained its staff strength at a steady level. As the number of programmes to be implemented and monitored continues to grow, expenses on travel and transport have also inevitably increased on year. Also, it is important that the foundation sustains the engagement with the host communities before, during and even well after the programmes have been implemented. Such engagements help to sustain the improvements in institutions, policies, systems and processes that the communities have implemented as a result of the programmes. Again, these engagements mean higher expenses in travel and transport. For FY 2013/2014, the “expense-to-grants” ratio of Temasek Foundation’s annual operating expenses (including depreciation) to annual committed programme grants was 14.6%. It is noted that the foundation works with host communities and expertise content partner institutions to derive a level of co-funding from partners. While such co-funding helps to stretch the resources of the foundation so that more programmes can be supported, staffassociated and travel expenses are incurred in the process. Given this, and the programme co-development and co-monitoring work done by the foundation with partner organisations, the “expense-to-grants” ratio does indeed compare favourably with corresponding ratios in established foundations in developed countries. Still, this ratio is expected to continue to rise as the foundation supports more complex programmes, undertakes more programme review work, selectively conduct impact studies for priority programmes, and engages more frequently with leaders of host community institutions.

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Statement by Directors

In the opinion of the directors, (a)

the accompanying statement of financial activities, statement of financial position, statement of changes in funds, statement of cash flows, and notes thereto are drawn up so as to give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the Foundation as at 31 March 2014 and of the results, changes in funds and cash flows of the Foundation for the reporting year then ended; and

(b) at the date of this statement there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Foundation will be able to pay its debts as and when they fall due. The board of directors approved and authorised these financial statements for issue.

On Behalf of the Directors

…………………………………………… Mr Goh Geok Khim Chairman

…………………………………………… Mr Benedict Cheong Thiam Beng Director and Chief Executive Officer 12 May 2014

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independent auditors’ report To the Members of Temasek Foundation CLG Limited

Report on the Financial Statements We have audited the accompanying financial statements of Temasek Foundation CLG Limited (“Foundation”), which comprise the statement of financial position as at 31 March 2014, and the statement of financial activities, statement of changes in funds and statement of cash flows for the reporting year then ended, and a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information. Foundation’s Responsibility for the Financial Statements The Foundation is responsible for the preparation of financial statements that give a true and fair view in accordance with the provisions of the Singapore Companies Act, Chapter 50 (the “Act”) and Singapore Financial Reporting Standards, and for devising and maintaining a system of internal accounting controls sufficient to provide a reasonable assurance that assets are safeguarded against loss from unauthorised use or disposition; and transactions are properly authorised and that they are recorded as necessary to permit the preparation of true and fair statement of financial activities and statement of financial position and to maintain accountability of assets. Auditors’ Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance with Singapore Standards on Auditing. Those standards require that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion.

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Opinion In our opinion, the accompanying financial statements are properly drawn up in accordance with the provisions of the Act and the Singapore Financial Reporting Standards so as to give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the Foundation as at 31 March 2014 and the statement of financial activities, changes in funds and cash flow of the Foundation for the reporting year ended on that date. Report on Other Legal and Regulatory Requirements In our opinion, the accounting and other records required by the Act to be kept by the Foundation have been properly kept in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

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Statement of Financial Activities Year Ended 31 March 2014

2014 2013 $ $ Incoming Resources Programme Grants 21,187,499 18,535,383 Operating Grants 3,338,915 3,327,161 Capital Grants 105,158 94,687 Interest Income 5,030 5,970 Other Income 25,538 32,435 Total Incoming Resources 24,662,140 21,995,636 Resources Expended Programme Expenses 21,187,499 18,535,383 Auditors’ Remuneration 17,980 18,240 Depreciation of Plant and Equipment 105,158 94,688 Employee Benefits Expenses 2,626,261 2,524,338 General and Administrative Expenses 143,965 216,817 Legal and Secretariat Fees 11,770 13,654 Professional and IT Support Charges 200,821 195,167 Rental, Utilities and Office Maintenance 44,664 105,865 Travelling and Transport 324,022 291,484 Total Resources Expended 24,662,140 21,995,636 Net Incoming (Outgoing) Resources – –

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Statement of Financial Position As at 31 March 2014

2014 2013 $ $ ASSETS Non-Current Assets Plant and Equipment 186,459 166,847 Total Non-Current Assets 186,459 166,847 Current Assets Account Receivables, Current 416,804 821,838 Other Assets, Current 25,269 13,829 Cash and Cash Equivalents 3,240,379 3,241,828 Total Current Assets 3,682,452 4,077,495 Total Assets 3,868,911 4,244,342 Current Liabilities Account Payables, Current 1,952,538 2,217,274 Total Current Liabilities 1,952,538 2,217,274 Total Liabilities 1,952,538 2,217,274 Net Assets 1,916,373 2,027,068 Funds 1,916,373 2,027,068

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Statement of Changes in Funds Year Ended 31 March 2014

Programme Funds Funds to Non – IPC Funds to Operating entities IPC entities Funds Capital Funds Total $ $ $ $ $

Current Year: Opening Balance 734,795 58,544 812,040 421,689 2,027,068 at 1 April 2013 Grants/Income Received 16,193,970 4,905,530 3,451,945 – 24,551,445 Grants Utilised as (16,290,190) (4,897,309) (3,369,483) (105,158) (24,662,140) Incoming Resources Transfer – – (930) 930 – Closing Balance 638,575 66,765 893,572 317,461 1,916,373 at 31 March 2014 Previous Year: Opening Balance 1,696,835 279,573 632,204 254,377 2,862,989 at 1 April 2012 Grants/Income Received 12,296,314 5,056,000 3,807,401 – 21,159,715 Grants Utilised as (13,279,674) (5,255,709) (3,365,565) (94,688) (21,995,636) Incoming Resources Transfer 21,320 (21,320) (262,000) 262,000 – Closing Balance 734,795 58,544 812,040 421,689 2,027,068 at 31 March 2013

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Statement of Cash Flows Year Ended 31 March 2014

2014 2013 $ $ Cash Flows From Operating Activities Receipts From Grants and Others 24,546,415 21,153,745 Payments to Programme Partners, Suppliers and Employees (24,425,985) (22,024,468) Net Cash Flows From (Used in) Operating Activities 120,430 (870,723) Cash Flows from Investing Activities Purchases of Plant and Equipment (124,770) (87,822) Cash Restricted in Use (554,547) (516,561) Interest Received 2,891 4,920 Net Cash Flows Used in Investing Activities (676,426) (599,463) Net Decrease in Cash and Cash Equivalents (555,996) (1,470,186) Cash and Cash Equivalents, Statement of Cash Flows, 2,237,532 3,707,718 Beginning Balance Cash and Cash Equivalents, Statement of Cash Flows, 1,681,536 2,237,532 Ending Balance (Note 10)

Note: The full Directors’ Report and Financial Statements is available at www.temasekfoundation.org.sg.

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Chief Executive Officer Benedict Cheong Directors Anjan Kumar Ghosh, Organisation & Operations Stanley Lee, Programmes & Partnerships Joanne Ng, Programmes & Strategy Gerald Yeo, Programmes & Partnerships Heads Marcus Chia, Operations Goh Jen-Kit, Programme Management Caroline Tan, Communications Associate Directors Imran Hashim, Programme Management (till 21 June 2013) Shiran Ali, Programme Management (commenced 1 July 2013) Senior Associate Diana Lee, Communications Associate (Special Contract) Zhuang Jielin, Alumni and Relationships (commenced 1 November 2013) Secretary Jacqueline Ser

OUR PURPOSE & MISSION

Our Values

To contribute to a bright future of hope and opportunities for people in a connected and prosperous Asia.

Meritocracy We support programmes based on merit and outcomes, and we recognise and reward our team members based on merit and performance.

Building People through Health Care, Education and Research; Building Bridges between Peoples; Building Institutions of Excellence through Governance and Ethics; and Rebuilding Lives and Livelihoods affected by Natural Disasters.

Excellence We are passionate about delivering results through relevant and effective programmes, always aiming for excellence in our work. Respect for People We accord respect to individuals, communities and our fellow team members, and treat all as valued partners.

Integrity We apply the highest ethical and professional standards in our conduct, communication and decision-making. Innovation We constantly look for ways to improve and innovate, and foster an environment that helps us learn from our successes and failures. Teamwork We value the diverse strengths of our partners and fellow team members, and harness these to achieve our shared purpose and vision.

Temasek Foundation CLG Limited (Co. Regn No. 200702724G) 60B Orchard Road #06-18 Tower 2 The [email protected] Singapore 238891 Tel : (65) 6828 6030 Fax: (65) 6821 1151 www.temasekfoundation.org.sg