As articulated in our global tagline, “Empowered Lives. Resilient Nations.” UNDP prides itself on promoting transformational change in developing nations by working both at grass-root levels with communities, while at the same time building institutional capacities and providing policy advice to our partner governments. By linking policy with practice, we believe, we can create real impact for the people of Indonesia.
Against an idyllic backdrop of crystal clear waters, a group of fishermen gather on a recent morning to collect seaweed in Halmahera Island, once the scenemore
Projects and Initiatives
Indonesia is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world. Between 1980 and 2010, it is estimated that natural disasters alone affected around 22 million people. In 2010 disasters amounted to an estimated economic loss of 5 trillion rupiahs. more
- 01 Dec 2015:Public lecture by UNDP Indonesia Country Director Christophe Bahuet on Access to Justice and Global Development Goals at University of Syiah Kuala, Banda Aceh
- 01 Dec 2015:[Highlights from the Field] The making of women’s peace builders in Indonesia
- 01 Dec 2015:Statement on World AIDS Day: UNDP Administrator Helen Clark