Indonesia’s total development co-operation reached USD 16 million in 2014, compared to USD 12 million in 2013 (OECD estimates).[i] The OECD estimates that Indonesia channelled around USD 13 million through multilateral organisations in 2014 with the remaining USD 3 million provided bilaterally.
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, the Ministry of Finance and the State Secretariat, BAPPENAS constitutes the National Coordination 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 such as Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Norway, the United States and many others.
According to OECD estimates, in 2014 Indonesia channelled all of its multilateral development co-operation through the United Nations.
Indonesia is a Key Partner of the OECD.
[i]. Aggregate figures reported by the Government of Indonesia to the OECD indicate that Indonesia’s development co‑operation reached USD 49 million in 2013 and USD 56 million in 2014, although no detailed information was provided.