Packard Foundation through Traction Energy Asia (TEA)

No. 003/SP/SEK-TEA/IV/2020 & No. 004/SP/SEK-TEA/IV/2020

IDR 257.000.000

April 1, 2020 – March, 2021


Traction Energy Asia (TEA) is an organization that has a strong focus on identifying, mapping, understanding, and devising strategies to unlock the political and economic barriers that block the transformative actions needed to accelerate the transition to zero carbon economic growth that is powered by clean energy, and to reduce the damaging effects of climate change.

As a relatively new organization TEA is committed to continuing to ensure the quality and impact of every service carried out by the organization in an effective and sustainable way. The Organization Effectiveness project is a form of TEA’s commitment in this regard. Penabulu Foundation as a consultant in this project helps in the process of preparation, work and development of work results.

This Organizational Effectiveness project has the main objectives to:

  1. Provide a clear and general understanding of the current status of TEA organizations, including what TEA can improve and development plans for the next 3 years.
  2. Learn, adopt, and instill best practices in organizational development and business planning skills and tools, including fund development planning, to strengthen internal capacity to grow sustainably and intelligently.
  3. Study the strategic planning process, tools and techniques that are most suitable for TEA, adopt and use it to map the progress of TEA and to formulate a clear achievement plan.
  4. Determine how much funding is needed by the TEA so that a resource mobilization plan can be drawn up needed by the TEA within the next 3 years.
  5. Assist the preparation of the Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative (NICFI) proposal and ensure that the resulting proposal outputs are of a high standard.

The activities that will be carried out to achieve these main objectives are; (1) Organizational Rapid Assessment; (2) Development of Organizational Business Plans; (3) Development of Operational Standards and Procedures (SOP) Required by Organizations; (4) Assistance and Training; (5) Monitoring and Evaluation.


This program is supported by Packard Foundation through Traction Energy Asia (TEA) based document Agreement No. 003/SP/SEK-TEA/IV/2020 & No. 004/SP/SEK-TEA/IV/2020 on March 31, 2020 with total funding support of IDR 257,000,000. –