International development cooperation has the goal to come closer to the ideal of a world without poverty, conflicts and ecological destruction. Not only a single country, but the world community has to deal with these problems of today. In the framework of its development policy, the German government supports the world community in achieving these goals, also called SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
Indonesia is not only a reliable bilateral partner of German development cooperation but –as a G20 member state and emerging country- is becoming an increasingly important regional and international player in that field. Among others, Indonesia’s further development is crucial for the SDGs –especially for the goal of sustainable climate protection- to be achieved. Therefore, trilateral cooperation and the link of bilateral and regional projects play an important role.
Between 2010 and 2012, Germany committed the amount of € 520 mio. to Indonesia. In the latest government-to-government negotiations in 2013, further € 50.5 mio. were committed for bilateral cooperation, € 7 mio. thereof for financial cooperation (FC) realized by the German development bank KfW and € 43.5 mio. for technical cooperation (TC) to be implemented by GIZ. In 2014, another € 175 mio. of FC were committed. Government-to-government negotiations will be held again in 2015.
In the framework of the latest negotiations, the following key areas of cooperation were determined:
Daneben werden in Indonesien auch Maßnahmen der humanitären Hilfe umgesetzt sowie Programme der politischen Stiftungen, der Kirchen und der Zivilgesellschaft gefördert. Insgesamt lagen die Leistungen der deutschen Entwicklungszusammenarbeit in Indonesien (sog. ODA) im Jahr 2012 bei € 48,9 Mio.
Within the Framework of Development Cooperation the Embassy supports sustainable project ideas related to sectors of social welfare, agriculture, health, education or Environment.
As a local project partner you can apply for funds of up to 25.000 Euro to implement projects that help ease
distress and help deprived groups fast and flexibly. Your project should be feasible within a period of max. 6 months and have an immediate impact. For further information please see our information leaflet.
Please send the filled in application form signed by two persons in charge of the project, as well as all the other required documents in hard copy to the Embassy’s address:
Economic and Development Cooperation Section
Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 1
Contact person at the embassy:
Ms. Oxana Paustjan
The Embassy would like to thank all applicants for the many interesting proposals for Small Scale Projects in 2018. We have completed the selection and informed potential project partners. If you have applied for funding, but not received a message from the Embassy, unfortunately we cannot support your Project.