SIF Connects! Jakarta

The fourth edition of SIF Connects! Jakarta, held on 9 May 2014, brought together some 90 SIF alumni, partners and new Friends of Singapore (FOS) for a triple celebration of enduring friendships between Singaporean and Indonesian communities.

Distinguished SIF alumni, partners in Jakarta and Bandung, Amb Anil Kumar Nayar, BAPUSIPDA Chairman Ibu Enny Heryani, SIF Executive Director Jean Tan and new FOS celebrate enduring friendships between Singaporean and Indonesian communities.
Singapore Ambassador to Indonesia Anil Kumar Nayar (centre) with (from left) Komang, INPEX advisor Ibu Halida Hatta, Iwan and Jean with tokens of appreciation from the IBF – photo vignettes of Indonesia captured by distinguished SIF alumni Ridwan Kamil, Ahmad Fuadi and Iwan.
Jean, Iwan and Indonesian Professionals’ Association Vice-president I Komang Narendra (centre) celebrate the birth of the SIF-IBF-IPA collaboration in education. The Singapore-based IPA would contribute their expertise and professional networks across Singapore and Jakarta to assist IBF in capacity building and reach.
SIF Executive Director Jean Tan (left) presenting a letter of re-appointment to SIF representative in Jakarta Iwan. He would continue to work with SIF to reconnect with and strengthen relationships between Singaporean and Indonesian communities.

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