In 2012, Indonesia’s development co-operation amounted to an estimated USD 19 million, compared to USD 7 million in 2011 (OECD estimates). USD 16 million (86%) was channelled through multilateral organisations.
Several government regulations, national plans and presidential instructions guide Indonesia’s development co-operation. The National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) is responsible for developing and co‑ordinating Indonesia’s national strategy for development co-operation. Together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the State Secretariat, BAPPENAS constitutes the National Co-ordination Team on South-South and Triangular Cooperation.
Indonesia co-operates bilaterally with around 40 partner countries, most of them in Asia, in a variety of sectors. Bilateral co-operation consists mainly of scholarships and technical co-operation projects.
Indonesia is also engaged in triangular co-operation, partnering with several international organisations and Development Assistance Committee (DAC) members in Timor‑Leste.
In 2012, Indonesia’s development co‑operation through multilateral organisations was entirely channelled through United Nations agencies; UNESCO (40%) and International Fund for Agricultural Development (22%) being its main partners.
Indonesia is a Key Partner of the OECD. In 2013, Indonesia participated in the DAC Senior‑Level Meeting. Indonesia also contributed to the DAC’s work on aid for trade.
Development finance reporting of countries beyond the DAC
Promoting dialogue beyond the DAC
Strengthening aid management beyond the DAC
Seminars on aid statistics
DAC Global Relations