• BLOG | Providing Real-Time Data on Disaster Aftermath in Indonesia Oct 21, 2014

    We are talking about over 230 million people across three time zones and out of those users; around 61 million are connected to the Internet via their phones. This impressively high number presents an opportunity to enhance disaster risk management in Indonesia, already a world leader in producing evidence based information systems, planning and monitoring tools.

  • Reducing Inequalities Should be a Priority for Indonesia to Sustain Human Progress Oct 15, 2014

    Reducing income inequalities across Indonesia should be placed as a top priority for the country to sustain human development progress, UNDP Indonesia Country Director, Beate Trankmann said during a recent seminar on human development.

  • Indonesia praised for transparency of its election results Aug 27, 2014

    Indonesia, the world’s third-largest democracy, has become more transparent in reporting of election results, analysts said during a UNDP-sponsored public discussion. Organized by UNDP Elections Multi Donor Programme (EMDP), the discussion featured noted speakers such as Nur Hidayat Sardini from the Election Organizers Ethics Council (DKPP), and Ramlan Subakti, political lecturer from Airlangga University.

  • Opinion: Crucial times for Indonesia as it stands at development crossroad Aug 18, 2014

    When the new Indonesian President moves into office in October, he will inherit a burgeoning middle-income country that stands at a critical development crossroad. Indeed, the next five years under his term will be crucial times for Indonesia, a country that has made encouraging progress in reducing poverty but which faces persistent equity challenges.

  • GOI and UNDP Discussed Indonesia Sustainable Palm Oil Project Jul 16, 2014

    MINISTRY of National Development Planning / Bappenas facilitated a meeting between Ministry of Agriculture and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on Thursday (10/07) at SG 4 room, Bappenas. The purpose of this meeting was to discuss the Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) project.

  • World’s third biggest democracy goes to polls to elect new leader Jul 9, 2014
  • A Sole Woman at the Negotiating Table for Peace Jun 27, 2014

    Dialogue, mediation and negotiation are elegant words to describe ways to resolve conflicts. I was part of such a peace process that produced an agreement to end a 30 year bloody conflict between the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Free Aceh Movement (GAM). That was almost ten years ago.

  • ASEAN Forum Meeting on South-South Cooperation Jun 10, 2014

    It is my great pleasure to welcome you on behalf of UNDP Indonesia to the ASEAN Forum Meeting on South-South Cooperation. I want to welcome in particular, the participants who have come from other parts of Indonesia, as well from the other countries in the region. A special welcome to our colleagues from Thailand, we are very happy that you could make it in spite of the challenging situation in your home country.

  • The deadline for the N-Peace Awards nominations has been extended to 23 May May 13, 2014

    Great news! You now have 2 EXTRA WEEKS. The deadline for the N-Peace Awards nominations has been extended to 23 May.

  • 'UNDP a relevant and trustworthy development partner’ – Indonesian Development Minister May 9, 2014

    Indonesia’s National Development Planning Minister, ArmidaAlisjahbana, has commended UNDP for its work in the country and reaffirmed the government’s commitment to strengthening its strategic partnership with the UN body to achieve sustainable growth and equity.

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