Class session during the Training Course on Low Cost Housing

Participants welcomed by Balinese traditional dancer


Participants welcomed by traditional Balinese Dancer during the field visit in Bali

Various participants attended the training in Singosari, Malang.
Afghanistan participants observing rice harvest. The training is specifically aimed to improve the capacity of Afghanistan agriculture officials.
Indonesia has the commitment to help Afghanistan through capacity building

Internship for Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao of the Philippines Youth Muslim Leaders -Islam and Family Planning in Lombok Island-
Tuesday, 18 October 2016 02:32

The Government of Indonesia in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund –well known as UNFPA- held the Internship for Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) of the Philippines Youth Muslim Leaders, from 9 to 15 October 2016 in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. This program is part of South-South and Triangular Cooperation program implemented under the Mou between National Population and Family Planning Board of Indonesia –or BKKBN- with Population Commission of the Philippines –well known as PopCom, signed on 26 September 2013.

Indonesia’s South-South and Triangular Initiatives: Contributing to Southern Countries Capacity Development Author: Vimala Asty Fitra Tunggal Jaya
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 04:57



Indonesia’s South-South Triangular Initiatives: History and Current Situation

Indonesia, as the 16th biggest economy in the world with stable economic growth around 5.5% in 2015[1], has emerged as one of the important key players in the development cooperation field. Eventhough Indonesia still receives big amounts of officials development assistance (ODA), 64 million USD in 2013[2] , Indonesia has been implementing South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC) initiatives for more than thirty years in its commitment to contribute in global development cooperation. According to ILO’s GB (2012), SSTC is a manifestation of solidarity among the countries and peoples of the South that contributes to their national well-being, national and collective self-reliance, and the attainment of internationally agreed development goals.

Indonesia started its involvement in global cooperation architecture in the 1950s when Indonesia -together with India, Myanmar, Pakistan and Sri Lanka- initiated the first Asian African Conference (AAC) in Bandung, Indonesia, which gathered numbers of Asian and African countries in solidarity to strengthen the cooperation among themselves. The conference outcome documents, called Bandung Communique, outlined the idea of the South as developing countries and the North as developed countries while promoting mutual cooperation among Southern Countries.


[1] OECD Data, 2015

[2] World Development Indicators Data, 2015



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