For decades, USAID has partnered with Indonesia to develop Indonesia’s infrastructure, health systems, and economy. With an annual program budget of about $100 million, we carry out programs in democratic governance, anti-corruption, climate and the environment, economic growth, education, and health. We also respond to public health and humanitarian crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Our main partners include the national and local governments, local leaders, the private sector, civil society, and other donors.
Through results-driven investment, USAID works with the Government of Indonesia, local leaders, the private sector, civil society, and other development partners to strengthen a just and accountable democracy, expand basic services, and enhance mutual security and prosperity.