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The EU and Indonesia have entered into a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA). The PCA covers areas such as trade, environment, energy, education, science and technology, migration and counter-...
The EU and Indonesia have entered into a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA). The PCA covers areas such as trade, environment, energy, education, science and technology, migration and counter-terrorism. Thriving trade links, democracy and human rights, action on climate change and terrorism at home and abroad and expanding people-to-people links are all key areas of focus. Both the EU and Indonesia have historically been committed to peace and stability in the country, one notable feature being the EU's support for the Aceh peace process.
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is a German federal enterprise that supports the German government in international cooperation for sustainable development via t...
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is a German federal enterprise that supports the German government in international cooperation for sustainable development via technical advice and capacity development. The GIZ operates in more than 130 countries and employs approximately 17,000 staff members worldwide.

On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), GIZ has been working in Indonesia since 1975 and opened its office in Jakarta the same year. Other parties that commission GIZ to carry out projects with Indonesia include the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the German Federal Foreign Office (AA) and the European Union (EU). GIZ employs around 350 staff in Indonesia, including 50 seconded and 260 national personnel, 22 development workers and 13 CIM experts.
IFC fosters sustainable economic growth in Indonesia by financing private sector investment, mobilizing capital, and advising businesses and the government on projects that generate returns for invest...
IFC fosters sustainable economic growth in Indonesia by financing private sector investment, mobilizing capital, and advising businesses and the government on projects that generate returns for investors and provide lasting benefits to the economy and communities.

IFC helps to improve Indonesia’s investment climate and attract private sector investors to a wide range of industries such as infrastructure, manufacturing, commodities-based supply chains, and financial services.
Since 1990, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) has supported Indonesia’s innovation and capacity building in urban policy reforms in the areas of human settlements, such as (among...
Since 1990, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) has supported Indonesia’s innovation and capacity building in urban policy reforms in the areas of human settlements, such as (among others):

- Pilot projects on City Development Strategy (CDS) in Solo, Pekalongan and Banjarmasin, with Cities Alliance and World Bank
- Training for Improved Municipality Solid Waste Management in 13 districts/cities in Aceh and Nias with Multi Donor Fund and UNDP
- Earthquake disaster response in West Sumatra
- Support to post-tsunami reconstruction in Aceh and Nias (ANSSP)
- Capacity Building to Sustain Peace and Integration in West Timor (AUP-CBSPI) with EU
- Support to the national Breakthrough Urban Initiatives for Local Development (BUILD) in 9 cities
- Integrated Urban Infrastructure Development Program (IUIDP) in 12 cities
- Partnership for Local Economic Development (PLED/KPEL) supports in 51 districts
- National Shelter Strategy in Central Java Province

National and local officials have been partnering with UN-Habitat, experiment and implement novel approaches on building their new urban policies and works with local communities and civil society organizations for a better service delivery and good practices.
This page gathers key information on Indonesia's participation in the World Trade Organisation. Indonesia has been a member since 1 January 1995 and a member of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade ...
This page gathers key information on Indonesia's participation in the World Trade Organisation. Indonesia has been a member since 1 January 1995 and a member of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade since 24 February 1950.
As announced by UNESCO’s Director-General at the 177th session of the Executive Board, UNESCO decided to launch UNESCO Country Programming Documents (UCPDs). UCPD Jakarta has developed country Prog...
As announced by UNESCO’s Director-General at the 177th session of the Executive Board, UNESCO decided to launch UNESCO Country Programming Documents (UCPDs).

UCPD Jakarta has developed country Programming Documents (UCPDs) for its cluster countries. The UCPD will focus on promoting coherence among UNESCO’s sectoral inputs and those of other partners and on fostering intersectoral and interdisciplinary engagement in these countries.
Over the last 35 years, IFAD and the Government of Indonesia have invested more than US$1 billion in rural people to strengthen inclusive and environmentally sustainable economic growth. Our work conc...
Over the last 35 years, IFAD and the Government of Indonesia have invested more than US$1 billion in rural people to strengthen inclusive and environmentally sustainable economic growth. Our work concentrates on helping smallholder producers and marginalized groups to become more resilient, integrate into supply chains and gain access to services, technologies and finance. IFAD's projects have been successful in the most remote and vulnerable areas of the country, which also usually have the highest incidence of poverty.

IFAD's current results-based country strategic opportunities programme (2016-2019) aims to support inclusive rural transformation so rural people can achieve sustainable livelihoods. We work to achieve this by providing financing and technical support to develop models for replication and scaling up by the government and others. The emphasis is on empowering marginalized groups including smallholder farmers and fisheries producers, women and woman-headed households, marginal communities and ethnic minorities in selected geographic areas, and youth.
Currently, the collaboration between the WHO Country Office to Indonesia (WHO Indonesia) with the Government of Indonesia, represented mainly by the Ministry of Health, are covering 5 categories (comm...
Currently, the collaboration between the WHO Country Office to Indonesia (WHO Indonesia) with the Government of Indonesia, represented mainly by the Ministry of Health, are covering 5 categories (communicable and noncommunicable diseases, promoting health through the life-course, development of health system particularly on policies, and preparedness, surveillance and response).

The specific focused areas are control of tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, malaria, vaccine preventable diseases, mental health, injuries prevention, nutrition and prevention of noncommunicable diseases. Other collaboration areas include developing he quality of mother and child care, healthy ageing, food safety, human resources, medicines, health systems information, international health regulations, epidemic, pandemic disease and emergencies response.

On 1st January 2014 Indonesia launched a national health insurance programme called Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN). With Universal Health Coverage is one focus WHO endorses, WHO Country Office for Indonesia is supporting the country to reach full population coverage by 2019.
World Water Council is an international multistakeholder platform organization whose mission is to mobilize action on critical water issues at all levels, including the highest decision-making level, ...
World Water Council is an international multistakeholder platform organization whose mission is to mobilize action on critical water issues at all levels, including the highest decision-making level, by engaging people in debate and challenging conventional thinking. The Council focuses on the political dimensions of water security, adaptation and sustainability.
UNDP Indonesia is working with a wide range of government institutions, as well as with CSOs and other parties including media and universities, to build awareness and strengthen the ability of citize...
UNDP Indonesia is working with a wide range of government institutions, as well as with CSOs and other parties including media and universities, to build awareness and strengthen the ability of citizens to engage in both political and governmental processes. The Civic Education Centres currently being developed in partnership with the Ministry of Home Affairs and the University of Indonesia are one example of this effort, and UNDP’s new “Strengthening Women’s Participation in Politics and Government in Indonesia” project supports representatives and civil servants at the local, regional and national levels to ensure that women’s rights are taken into account in policy-making through networking and capacity development.

Working with CSOs at the grass-roots level to raise the awareness of women about their political and civic rights, women are also encouraged to run as political candidates. Support has also been provided through the Elections Multi-Donor Programme (with funding support in 2011 from AusAID), which was extended upon the request of the Government of Indonesia to further strengthen the capacities of electoral management bodies for the local elections in Aceh. Support to the preparation of the elections in Aceh has also included equipping civil society groups with skills to monitor election related processes.
Indonesia became a member of FAO in 1948 and the Representation was established in 1978. Collaboration between FAO and Indonesia across the food and agricultural sectors, including in fisheries and fo...
Indonesia became a member of FAO in 1948 and the Representation was established in 1978. Collaboration between FAO and Indonesia across the food and agricultural sectors, including in fisheries and forestry has strengthened over the decades. As of today, over 650 projects and programs have been implemented by FAO throughout Indonesia with the assistance of more than 1600 experts and consultants (both national and international).

The FAO Representation in Indonesia has a range of tasks including:

- Developing, promoting and overseeing strategies for addressing food security, agriculture and rural development objectives
- Developing and implementing FAO's field programmes by identifying and formulating new programmes and projects and by liaising with local stakeholders, including donor representations
- Helping governments to prevent disasters, assess damage, and assist them in the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the agricultural sector
- Carrying out public awareness activities and supporting important FAO activities
- Providing assistance to technical and investment missions from FAO headquarters and from Regional or Sub regional Offices to the country;
- Serving as the channel of FAO's services to governments and other partners (donors, NGOs, Civil Society Organizations, research institutions, etc.)
- Keeping FAO informed of major social and economic developments in the country and monitoring the situation of the agriculture sector in the country
- Representing FAO before host governments and all partners involved in FAO activities.
ADB adapts its support for Indonesia to reflect the complex development needs of a rapidly evolving middle-income country. The focus of assistance has moved from an emphasis on agriculture in the 1970...
ADB adapts its support for Indonesia to reflect the complex development needs of a rapidly evolving middle-income country. The focus of assistance has moved from an emphasis on agriculture in the 1970s, to energy, urban infrastructure, and education in the 1980s, to finance sector reform and resilience in the late 1990s. With Indonesia having built much stronger systems and capacity, ADB now provides results-based forms of financing, enabling the country to use its internal systems and principle-based approaches.

Indonesia is part of the Brunei Darussalam-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) and the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT) subregional programs.
International Maritime Organization (IMO), known as the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO) until 1982, is a specialised agency of the United Nations responsible for regulatin...
International Maritime Organization (IMO), known as the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO) until 1982, is a specialised agency of the United Nations responsible for regulating shipping. IMO was established in Geneva in 1948 and came into force ten years later, meeting for the first time in 1959. Headquartered in London, United Kingdom, the IMO currently has 173 Member States and three Associate Members, including Indonesia.
World Bank is an international financial institution that provides loans to countries of the world for capital projects. It comprises two institutions: the International Bank for Reconstruction and De...
World Bank is an international financial institution that provides loans to countries of the world for capital projects. It comprises two institutions: the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the International Development Association.

World Bank's stated goal is the reduction of poverty which its Articles of Agreement define as commitments to the promotion of foreign investment and international trade and to the facilitation of capital investment.
United Nations (UN) is an intergovernmental organization tasked to promote international cooperation and to create and maintain international order. At its founding, the UN had 51 member states; there...
United Nations (UN) is an intergovernmental organization tasked to promote international cooperation and to create and maintain international order. At its founding, the UN had 51 member states; there are now 193. The headquarters of the UN is in Manhattan, New York City, and is subject to extraterritoriality. Further main offices are situated in Geneva, Nairobi, and Vienna. The organization is financed by assessed and voluntary contributions from its member states. Its objectives include maintaining international peace and security, promoting human rights, fostering social and economic development, protecting the environment, and providing humanitarian aid in cases of famine, natural disaster, and armed conflict. The UN is the largest, most familiar, most internationally represented and most powerful intergovernmental organization in the world
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is a multilateral development bank with a mission to improve social and economic outcomes in Asia and beyond. Headquartered in Beijing, we commenced ope...
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is a multilateral development bank with a mission to improve social and economic outcomes in Asia and beyond. Headquartered in Beijing, we commenced operations in January 2016 and have now grown to 80 approved members from around the world. By investing in sustainable infrastructure and other productive sectors today, we will better connect people, services and markets that over time will impact the lives of billions and build a better future.

AIIB will focus on projects in renewable energy, energy efficiency, rehabilitation and upgrading of existing plants, and transmission and distribution networks. It will cooperate with other multilateral development banks, bilateral agencies and the private sector operating in Asia.
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