The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Emerging Infectious Diseases (AIP-EID) strengthens Indonesia's veterinary services across a range of technical and policy areas, at both central and sub-national levels.
Australia Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG) supports the Indonesian Government’s aims to improve the quality of economic management and, through this, contribute to broad-based growth and poverty reduction.
The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ) aims to contribute to the ongoing Indonesian success story. It seeks to ensure that Indonesia’s economic growth continues in a way which is inclusive and benefits all Indonesians. Accountable institutions, accessible services and an active civil society are essential to fair and effective governance and protection for the vulnerable.
Australia Awards Scholarships are an important part of Australia's education assistance to Indonesia. Many scholarship alumni have gone on to hold positions of influence.
The Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) program provides opportunities for skilled Australians to contribute to the Australian Government’s aid program. AVID Fact Sheet (May 2017).
The Direct Aid Program (DAP) is a flexible small grants scheme funded by the Australian Government and administered by the Australian Embassy in Jakarta.
The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII) works with the Indonesian Government to promote economic growth by enhancing infrastructure policy, planning and investment. IndII focuses primarily on water and sanitation issues and on transport (with particular attention to roads, ports, urban mobility, and multimodal connectivity), as well as a number of cross-sectoral policy issues.
KOMPAK is a governance facility that supports the Government of Indonesia to achieve its five-year poverty reduction targets by improving the coverage and quality of basic services and by increasing economic opportunities for the poor and vulnerable.
The Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) seeks to improve the lives of Indonesian people through better quality public policies that make better use of research, analysis and evidence.
Through the Empowering Indonesian Women for Poverty Reduction (MAMPU) program, the Australian Government works with Indonesia to eradicate gender-based poverty and marginalisation. Over an eight year period, MAMPU’s focus will be on reducing women’s poverty and supporting organisations that fight for impoverished women.
The Peduli program assists the Indonesian Government’s poverty alleviation efforts by partnering with CSOs to ensure socially excluded and marginalized communities benefit from public services and economic opportunities.
Promoting Rural Income through Support for Market in Agriculture (PRISMA) supports AIP-Rural’s goal of contributing to a 30% or more increase in net incomes for 300,000 poor rural male and female farmers in eastern Indonesia by 2018.
For more information on Australian our programs in Indonesia visit http://www.dfat.gov.au/geo/indonesia/development-assistance/Pages/development-assistance-in-indonesia.aspx