Indonesia Country Programme; Sub Programme 2: Anti Corruption

Sub-Programme 2: Anti-Corruption
Outcome* 2.1 Improved Law Enforcement Response Corrupt practices identified and investigated by state agencies ; and
2.2 Civil Society and the Media Enhanced engagement of Civil Society & the media in implementing anti-corruption strategies
2.3 Anti-Money Laundering & Asset Recovery Money laundering activities identified and effectively acted on and criminal assets recovered
Government implementing agencies • Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)
• Indonesia National Police (INP)
• Attorney General Office (AGO)
• Supreme Court (SC) • Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (PPATK)
• Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA)
• Ministry of Law and Human Right (MoL & HR)
• Ministry of Planning and Development (Bappenas)
• National Statistics Agency (BPS)
Other partner organizations NGOs and Universities
Indicative budget (17 October 2013 - 31 December 2016) USD 2,795,000
Donor • CARDNO (Australia): USD 462,400
• Norway: USD 2,394,000
Project Area All Provinces in Indonesia
Overall Objective The overall objective of this sub programme is to assist the implementation of the Anti-Corruption Behavior Index (IPAK) survey, which falls under the road map of Stranas-PPK 2012-2025 as well as to strengthen law enforcement capacities and enhance civil society oversight to reduce corrupt practices in Indonesia.
* UNODC Indonesia Country Programme 2012-2015 has been approved by Government of Indonesia and UNODC in May 2012. Activities to be undertaken within framework of the outcomes are indicative and methods and delivery are subject to change dependent upon information and circumstances that may merge on the ground as implementation occurs.