UNODC works in partnership with the Indonesian Government to support its development goals, in line with Indonesian commitments to international conventions, standards and norms. The basis for UNODCs work in Indonesia is the UNODC Country Programme 2012-2015 (to be linked). The programmatic response within the Country Programme is the result of extensive consultations with the Indonesian Government, civil society, and other development partners.
The National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Coordinating Ministry for Politics, Law and Security are the governmental focal points for the implementation of the Country Programme.
This Country Programme sets forth a vision for action through five sub programmes - transnational Crimes, Corruption, Terrorism, Justice and drugs and HIV.
In all UNODC work, priority will be given to the promotion of human rights, gender justice, equity and health. UNODC constantly strives to achieve the collective goals of the UN, to improve human security and to attain adherence to universal standards. In line with the United Nations Partnership for Development Framework for Indonesia (UNPDF), UNODC will add value by ensuring that all projects work for the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged. The programme is also in line with the Medium Term Strategy (RPJMN) of the Government of Indonesia and UNODCs Regional Programme Framework (RPF).