• Why Indonesia Has to Save the Peatland Jan 9, 2017

    Ramadhani Lutfi Aerli, a nine-year-old boy from Pekanbaru, suffered a high fever and seizure on 20 October 2015. When he went unconscious in the middle of the night, his parents rushed him to the hospital but he died before the morning call to prayer

  • 10 Steps to Successful Crowdfunding Nov 16, 2016

    The spirit of gotong royong is taught to children from a very young age at schools all over Indonesia. It is the Indonesian brand of volunteerism, or communal work—where members of a community gather to accomplish a task. Traditionally, the task could be to fix a neighbor’s home, or build a road or a bridge.

  • UNDP Collaborates on First Global Standard-Compliant Study on Gender Based Violence in Papua Oct 6, 2016

    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Indonesia, Statistics Indonesia (BPS), and Rifka Annisa, conducted a survey on health and life experiences in four districts in the provinces of Papua and West Papua. It found the rate of violence against women to be similar to the global statistics—38 percent of women who participated in the study have experienced a physical or sexual violence at least once

  • New Whistleblowing System Aims to Improve Judiciary Transparency Oct 5, 2016

    Citizens who are asked for bribes or become victims of other misconduct by judges and other judicial apparatus are now able to report it to the authorities using a new reporting system by the Oversight Body of the Supreme Court.

  • Work of The Indonesia Peatland Restoration Agency Gains Momentum Sep 1, 2016

    Jakarta, 29 August 2016 – United Nations Development Programme’s bi-monthly Climate Dialogue this week confirmed that progress has made towards peatland restoration in Indonesia

  • UNDP CLIMATE DIALOGUE: Putting the Paris Agreement into Action Aug 22, 2016

    Six months after the pivotal Paris Agreement, Indonesian ministry officials on the United Nations Development Programme’s Climate Dialogue agree: more action is needed. Speakers discussed progress and challenges around achieving national targets.

  • Partnership with OJK creates pathways for financial inclusion Aug 11, 2016

    A milestone agreement between UNDP and the Financial Services Authority (OJK) marks the first step towards harnessing the potential of financial inclusion and unlocking the potential of banking and financial services to reach the Sustainable Development Goals throughout Indonesia.

  • Law Enforcement : Accountable Judiciary, Is It Possible? Jul 12, 2016

    Money justice is not justice. Justice obtained through money game is not justice. The statement was made by Christophe Bahuet Director of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Indonesia, following repeated bribery in our judicial body.

  • Entrepreneur and publisher Ronald Liem appointed as SDGs Mover Jun 24, 2016

    UNDP is proud to announce its newest SDGs Mover, magazine publisher and entrepreneur Mr Ronald Liem. Mr Liem is UNDP’s third SDGs Mover, joining actor Reza Rahadian and jazz singer Eva Celia Lesmana to promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

  • UNDP Indonesia and University of Indonesia Hold Joint-Discussion on Justice Reforms Jun 10, 2016

    Jakarta, 9 June 2016 – United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Indonesia and the Post-Graduate Programme at University of Indonesia’s (UI) Faculty of Law held a joint discussion on justice reforms at the university’s Salemba campus.