Development cooperation Indonesia
Norway's development cooperation with Indonesia has a long term collaboration on governance, human rights and the environment. There is considerable cooperation between Norwegian and Indonesian universities, research centres, NGOs and businesses.
|The main focus areas for the Norwegian development cooperation with Indonesia are environment and natural resource management (the forest sector in particular), good governance, democratization and human rights, as well as women’s rights and gender equality. Other important areas of cooperation: Humanitarian aid, emergency relief and transitional support. Institutional cooperation/Private sector development. |
Browse the sections below for information regarding the Norwegian development cooperation with Indonesia
The Government of Norway, under the implementation of its collaborating development partners, supports various projects in Indonesia. Below is a list of all agreements and contracts on various projects: Read more
Indonesia is an important actor in international fora on enviromental-, development and trade policy. Norway has since 1990 had an ongoing cooperation on the environmental field with Indonesia , du...
Indonesia is frequently hit by natural disasters. The archipelagic nature of Indonesia, combined with its placement in the ‘Pacific Ring of Fire’, makes the country naturally vulnerable to earthquakes, tsunamis and volcano eruptions. Deforestation and bad drainage systems have often caused landslides and floods. The country has also been hit by several other disasters. After the tsunami in... Read more
Indonesia has had a positive economic development for a few years, but there is still a need for capacity building in order to increase the level of competence and skills, both within government institutions and in the private sector. Read more