UNDP Indonesia and The Islamic Research and Training Institute of Islamic Development Bank (IRTI) are hosting an Islamic Finance Training Event on 7-9 May 2018. The training is aimed to enhance capacity for UNDP country offices on the implementation of Islamic Finance.
FGD participants made a declaration as an effort and commitment in conducting law enforcement against forest and environmental crimes. The declaration is called the Palembang Declaration.
UNDP Indonesia and Baznas launched a report about unlocking the potential of zakat and other forms of Islamic finance to achieve the SDGs in Indonesia, witnessed by the Ministry of Religious Affairs
BRG recently organized a Peat Jamboree to facilitate knowledge exchange; capacity building; and strengthening the network among communities to protect and manage peatlands.
As part of the partnership that Denmark and UNDP have with the local government in Palembang, we had the chance to visit the Palembang Rehabilitation Centre (LPKA).
UNDP through a project funded by the Royal Danish Embassy is supporting the Government of Indonesia in strengthening the rule of law and restorative justice throughout the country.
In December 2017, UNDP convened a discussion with seven cities from across Indonesia to discuss UNDP Indonesia’s Sustainable Urban Development Strategy to better assess their needs and priorities and initiate discussions around UNDP’s potential role.

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