New UNDP Report Highlights Indonesia’s Progress in Judiciary Transparency by Using Automation and Technology
Apr 8, 2016
Digitising court documents and statistics in Indonesia has helped increase transparency for people who can access judgements online, reduce bureaucracy, and achieve efficiency, according to a new report published by the United Nations Development Programme on 8 April 2016.
Award-Winning Actor Reza Rahadian Appointed as UNDP Indonesia’s SDGs Mover
Apr 7, 2016
Jakarta, 7 April 2016 – UNDP has appointed award-winning actor Reza Rahadian as its newest Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Mover in the country. His role will be to raise public awareness on the importance of SDGs as a global agenda to eradicate poverty and improve the wellbeing of Indonesia’s 250 million people.
Bank NTT the First State-Owned Bank to Finance Projects with UNDP
Mar 31, 2016
Jakarta – Bank Nusa Tenggara Timur (Bank NTT) becomes the first government enterprise to finance development projects in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in an agreement worth US$150,000 signed on 31st March 2016.
Ministry of Agriculture, UNDP & Asian Agri Partnership to Pave Way in Wide-Scale ISPO Certification of Independent Palm Oil Farmers
Mar 29, 2016
Jakarta, March 29th, 2016 — A cooperative of 500 oil palm farmers from the Sumatran province of Riau are on track to becoming the first independent farmers certified under the government of Indonesia’s sustainable palm oil standard (ISPO) thanks to a multistakeholder training initiative, which began on Tuesday, March 29th 2016.
Jazz singer and actress Eva Celia appointed as UNDP Indonesia’s SDGs Movers
Mar 25, 2016
Jakarta, 24 March 2016 — UNDP Indonesia has appointed young actress and jazz singer, Eva Celia as its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Mover in the country. Her role will be to raise public awareness on the importance of SDGs as a global agenda to eradicate poverty and improve the well being of Indonesia’s 250 million people.
[Blog] How InPOP Drives the Move Beyond Supply Chains to Achieve Sustainable Palm Oil in Indonesia
Mar 21, 2016
Over the past decade, as we have faced challenges such as climate change and deforestation head on, many companies have been working within the paradigm of change in their own supply chains.
[Blog] Multi-Door Approach’ to address forest-related crimes in Indonesia
Mar 21, 2016
Today marks the International Day of Forests, a moment of global celebration to raise awareness of the importance of forests to the ecosystem and to humanity.
[Blog] Women and Palm oil; IWD highlights the need to empower women in agricultural sector
Mar 17, 2016
In Indonesia almost half of the agriculture sector’s workforce is comprised of women. However despite providing a backbone to one of the nation’s most economically important sectors
Blog: Water for Indonesia’s most vulnerable communities, our crowd funding campaign means business
Mar 3, 2016
Get the what, why, and how on our newest campaign, and stay tuned to learn how YOU can get involved.
UNDP declared a fight on poverty 50 years ago; now a go-to partner for SDGs
Mar 3, 2016
Poor people need to be given opportunities to improve their lives, water pipes need to be built to support famers in dry zones; communities in disaster-prone areas need to be supported to reduce and manage risks; access to justice must be made available to all, including the most vulnerable groups.