Fact Sheet, Strengthening Access to Justice in Indonesia (SAJI) Project
On 1 March 2012, UNDP and the ‘National Planning and Development Agency’ (BAPPENAS) launched the ‘Strengthening Access to Justice in Indonesia’ (SAJI) project. This Norwegian financed project, builds upon the successes of the Norwegian, Netherland and Swedish supported ‘Legal Empowerment and Assistance for the Disadvantaged’ (LEAD) and the European Commission (EC) financed ‘Aceh Justice Project’ (AJP). SAJI aims to improve access to and the delivery of justice for women, the poor and vulnerable through policy, legal and regulatory reforms, and through strengthening the capacity of government and non-government service providers to implement the ‘National Strategy on Access to Justice’ (NSA2J).
The project is implemented at the national level, and in the post-conflict provinces of North Maluku, Maluku, Central Sulawesi, Aceh and Central Kalimantan.