• Indonesia2

    Duration: October 2019 - April 2022
    Budget: US$5,235,742
    Implementing Agencies: UNODC, UNDP, UN Women

    The programme tackles the root causes and drivers of violent extremism in East Java by emphasizing how progress in counter-terrorism can be matched by equal progress in the areas of prevention, and how the application of human security provides a robust framework for long-term protection without the use of force or coercive measures for which there is considerable demand throughout the region. By working with a broad range of actors including religious leaders and community elders, the programme applies a ‘whole of society’ approach towards preventing and countering violent extremism.


  • Indonesia1

    Duration: September 2011 - August 2013
    Budget: US$2,357,798
    Implementing Agencies: IOM, UNFPA, WHO

    The overall goal of the programme was to support Indonesia’s efforts to fight trafficking in persons by strengthening the capacity of the Government and civil society to protect and empower victims of human trafficking, as well as address its root causes.


  • Five women lean over a brown desk and put the finishing touches of a tray of baked goods. There are cooking utensils and food on the table.

    Duration: February 2009 - September 2013
    Budget: US$2,165,595
    Implementing Agencies: UNIDO, ILO

    The goal of the programme was to contribute to poverty reduction and improve human security through the ongoing peacebuilding process in the Maluku Province. This was achieved through the promotion of sustainable livelihoods and economic activities in the affected communities.


  • Children stand in front of the camera in a group. There is a dirt mound behind them.

    Duration: September 2005 - December 2008
    Budget: US$1,581,142
    Implementing Agencies: ILO

    Despite abundant resources, the indigenous Papuan peoples were excluded from economic opportunities in the provinces of Papua and West Papua, resulting in inter-communal conflicts. Focusing on a community-driven approach, the programme engaged indigenous communities in alternative income-generating activities, strengthened their capacity to become self-reliant, and reduced tensions among communities.


  • Young women dressed in purple uniforms sit around a table and examine a document. A teacher stands over their shoulder watching them.

    Duration: July 2003 - December 2005
    Budget: US$1,355,061
    Implementing Agencies: UNFPA

    The programme sought to secure emergency reproductive health services to internally displaced persons, with an emphasis on vulnerable women, in order to contribute to their psychological and physical well-being. In addition, through a comprehensive medical service package, the programme addressed gaps in the delivery of reproductive health services in five provinces.


  • Young children sit on the floor of a classroom eating a meal out of small green cups with a spoon.

    Duration: May 2002 - December 2003
    Budget: US$1,007,475
    Implementing Agencies: UNICEF

    The programme was designed to promote the re-establishment of schools as centres for learning, psychosocial recovery and reconciliation. To this end, the programme aimed to ensure that children had access to well-equipped schools and provided capacity development for both teachers and students.


  • Eight young women sit on a tiled floor with a rug. They are looking to the right.

    Duration: March 2002 - July 2005
    Budget: US$1,429,684
    Implementing Agencies: UNDP

    The overall goal of the programme was to promote community reconciliation and overcome mistrust among different ethnic groups in three sub-districts. The programme strengthened social and economic inter-linkages among these groups and improved coexistence by creating employment through joint decision making on public works, infrastructure rehabilitation, and access to basic social services.