The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta works to promote and further develop the bilateral ties and co-operation between Indonesia and Norway, as well as to promote Norwegian interests in Indonesia. The Norwegian Embassy in Indonesia is one of Norway’s 11 foreign missions in Southeast Asia. The embassy works in close contact with Indonesian and Norwegian official and private institutions as well as organisations and individuals.
UK Climate Change Unit
The UKCCU Indonesia aims to support Indonesia to meet its own targets for climate change, green growth and a sustainable future. This includes reducing carbon emissions by 41 percent, stemming deforestation, and moving to a lower-carbon economy that achieves 7 percent growth, halves poverty and shifts to renewable energy resources.
Australian Government – AusAID
AusAID is the Australian Government agency responsible for managing Australia’s overseas aid programme. Its objective is to assist developing countries reduce poverty and achieve sustainable development, in line with Australia’s national interest.
Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA)
The Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA) is a philanthropic collaborative whose member foundations (the ClimateWorks Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation) have joined forces to address one of the most challenging and critical aspects of climate change mitigation; reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, often called REDD+.
The Program on Forests (PROFOR)
The Program on Forests (PROFOR) finances in-depth forestry policy analysis and processes that support the following goals: improving people’s livelihoods; enhancing forest governance and law enforcement; financing sustainable forest management; and coordinating forest policy with other sectors. For example, PROFOR is supporting efforts to define common forest governance indicators and helping map opportunities for landscape restoration. The partnership is managed by a core team based at the World Bank and is supported by the European Union, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Learn more atwww.profor.info.
The European Union (EU) programme of cooperation supports Indonesia’s development strategy. More than 100 projects are currently being carried out across a range of sectors, regions and cities in Indonesia. EU assistance focuses in particular on support for education, health, trade and investment, good governance, environment, post-disaster reconstruction, and conflict prevention and peace.