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Douglas Broderick

UN Resident Coordinator/UNDP Resident Representative

Douglas Broderick is the UN Secretary General‘s designated representative in Indonesia and leads the UN Country Teams of resident and non-resident agencies. He previously served as UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in Cambodia.

Mr. Broderick has 30 years of international development experience working as a senior manager with the UN in Bangladesh, China, North Korea, Armenia, (former) Yugoslavia, Eritrea, Rwanda, and Djibouti. He also worked with Catholic Relief Services in Iraq, the United States of America, Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza, Egypt, and Thailand.

Mr. Broderick graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and universities in Spain and Mexico. He completed the Senior Managers Program at Harvard University.

 

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Christophe Bahuet

UNDP Indonesia Country Director

Christophe Bahuet has been the Country Director of UNDP in Indonesia since August 2015.

His earlier assignments with UNDP included China, Vietnam, Ghana, Uzbekistan and Ukraine. Mr. Bahuet also worked at the UNDP Headquarters in New York, in the Evaluation Office and in Partnership Bureau. Prior to joining UNDP, he worked in the French Embassy in Yugoslavia.

Mr. Bahuet holds a master’s degree with honours from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, a diploma in Southeast Asian studies from the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations in Paris, a law degree, and a degree in Russian from the University of Bordeaux.

 

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Francine Pickup

UNDP Indonesia Deputy Country Director

Francine Pickup assumed her position as Deputy Country Director at UNDP Indonesia in February 2016. Prior to this, she worked as Strategic Planning Advisor in UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, based in New York. She focused on strengthening the organization’s results-based management and quality assurance, as well as innovation and scaling up capacity, spending significant time in countries such as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. In 2008-2012, she headed a UN Inter-Agency Information and Analysis Unit in Iraq.

Mrs. Pickup has worked with organizations including Amnesty International, Oxfam, the World Bank and the UN. She has also worked with UN agencies ILO, FAO, OCHA, UNSCO and UNDP in the humanitarian and development arenas at the headquarters in New York, as well as in the field, in country offices including Russia, Central Asia, occupied Palestinian territory, and Lebanon.

Mrs. Pickup received her undergraduate degree in Social Anthropology from Cambridge University and her Masters and PhD in Development Studies from the London School of Economics. Her PhD was on local level responses to new market forces in the industrial Ural Mountains in Russia. She has publications on topics including aid effectiveness, humanitarian aid policy, livelihoods, the informal economy, and gender and development. She also wrote the book Ending Violence Against Women: A Challenge for Humanitarian and Development Work.