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Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

About Indonesia

Since 2003, we have spent over EUR 3 million in cooperation with Indonesia. After a few years without project opportunities, Indonesia returned to our list of partner countries in 2016 because of its enormous potential for university cooperation.

The country programme 2017-2021 for Indonesia will be a kind of exploratory phase aiming at motivating researchers to submit project proposals.

Ongoing projects

Country Strategy

The Indonesia country strategy fits into the national development strategy and its focus on innovation and research as an important factor for development. The following main themes are identified for all future interventions in the cooperation with Indonesia:

  • Environment: maritime sciences, natural disaster management, natural resources management (including textile), disaster mitigation, climate change, sustainable tourism, conservation, geographical hazards
  • Government/civil society: interreligious dialogue and religion-based conflicts, decentralisation, urban and rural development, conflict and development, basic infrastructure, good governance, democratisation, educational research (quality, equity, e-learning), sustainable development
  • Food security and agriculture: sustainable agriculture; aquaculture, fishery, food patterns

Special attention should go to cross-cutting and supporting issues for all activities in Indonesia:

  • Gender
  • Related to the domain of higher education, research and innovation:
     - Scientific thinking
     - Academic English
     - Multidisciplinary research
     - Community-based research
     - Statistics and data management
     - Proposal writing
     - Promotion of innovation
     - Digitalisation of archives

Overview current partners

Documents

Country information

Indonesia

Important information on Indonesia, such as its Country Strategy, Joint Context Analysis (JCA), Joint Strategic Framework (JSF), and general Facts & Figures on VLIR-UOS activity in Indonesia.