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  • Identify and Treat TB and MDR-TB

  • Students Read Books

  • Transparency in District Courts

A mother of two, Rubeha Purwanto (left) confers with her community nurse/midwife, Erna Genasih, in West Jakarta
Birth Spacing Empowers Indonesians
Radio News 68H technician Joni Yohanes broadcasting news that reaches eight million men and women across Indonesia and throughou
Happy Birthday, Independent Radio 68H
Recording Specialist Muji Hardjono, who is blind, produces 2,000 cassettes a year for the Mitra Netra Foundation in Jakarta. The
Improving Services for the Blind

About Indonesia

As the world’s fourth most populous country with abundant but diminishing natural resources, a diverse population fragmented along a volcanic archipelago, and about half the population living on less than $2 a day, Indonesia has a future that is both bright and challenging.

USAID invests in the future of Indonesia, the world's third largest democracy, by supporting more effective and democratic governance; improved services such as health, sanitation, clean water, and education for the poorest and most vulnerable; efforts to address global challenges in health, conservation and disaster risk mitigation; and using science, technology and innovation to promote development.

Last updated: October 30, 2014

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Mission Contact

Andrew Sisson, Mission Director
US Embassy Annex
Gedung Sarana Jaya Jl. Budi Kemuliaan I/1
DKI Jaya
Postal Code - M 
+62 (21) 3435 9000
+62 (21) 380 6694

USAID Contact

Julie Pekowski, Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
, DC 
(202) 712-5377