Indonesia 2012-2015 Country Programme Approved
Vienna (Austria), 10 April 2012 - The Executive Committee of UNODC approved the Indonesia Country Programme at its meeting on 31 January 2012. The Indonesia country programme for 2012-2015 gives a strategic vision to UNODC's work in Indonesia. Developed in coordination with the National Development Planning Agency of Indonesia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Country Programme is the result of extensive consultations held throughout 2011 with various government ministries and other stakeholders.
This Country Programme is linked to the
Indonesian Government's National Medium Term Development Plan and the
United Nations Partnership for Development Framework for Indonesia. It is also in line with
UNODC's Regional Programme Framework for East Asia and the Pacific (RPF) (2009-2012).
On 20 March 2012, the Government of Indonesia and UNODC jointly presented the recently-approved
UNODC Indonesia Country Programme to donors at UNODC headquarters in Vienna, Austria. Attending donor countries were briefed on UNODC Indonesia's proposed sub-programmes and activities. Ten donor countries attended, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland and Austria.
The Indonesia Country Programme consists of five inter-related sub-programmes: (1) transnational organized crime and illicit trafficking; (2) anti-corruption; (3) terrorism prevention; (4) justice and (5) drugs and HIV.
The Indonesia Country Programme became operational in early 2012. Its 2012 work plan was shared with partner government agencies and all concerned Indonesia agencies in February 2012 at a meeting - in Jakarta - chaired by Dr. Diani Sadiawati, Director, Directorate of Law and Human Rights of the National Development Planning Agency of Indonesia.
The formal agreement on the Indonesia Country Programme will be signed in May 2012 by Mr. Yury Fedotov, UNODC Executive Director, and Prof. Dr. Armida Alisjahbana, Minister for National Development Planning and Head of the National Development Planning Agency, when Mr. Fedotov is expected to visit Indonesia.