Aid partnership with Indonesia

In Indonesia we focus on improving energy supply, increasing agricultural returns, providing opportunities in tertiary education and reducing loss from disasters.

Our aid programme to Indonesia is New Zealand’s largest bilateral programme outside the Pacific. The programme aims to support increasing prosperity for all in this rapidly developing country, and has a particular focus on the least-developed provinces in Eastern Indonesia.  

Total aid to Indonesia is made up of programme funding for activities delivered specifically in Indonesia, as well as other funding which can include New Zealand Scholarships, regional initiatives and humanitarian response.

Shared vision

We have a Joint Commitment for Development with Indonesia covering 2017 to 2024. This sets out the shared vision of our two governments, specifies the priority areas we’re focused on, the funding we’ll provide and the results we expect.

We also support Indonesia through a number of regional initiatives that make up part of the ASEAN programme.


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