Since 1990, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) has supported Indonesia’s innovation and capacity bu...
Since 1990, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) has supported Indonesia’s innovation and capacity building in urban policy reforms in the areas of human settlements, such as (among others):
- Pilot projects on City Development Strategy (CDS) in Solo, Pekalongan and Banjarmasin, with Cities Alliance and World Bank
- Training for Improved Municipality Solid Waste Management in 13 districts/cities in Aceh and Nias with Multi Donor Fund and UNDP - Earthquake disaster response in West Sumatra
- Support to post-tsunami reconstruction in Aceh and Nias (ANSSP) - Capacity Building to Sustain Peace and Integration in West Timor (AUP-CBSPI) with EU
- Support to the national Breakthrough Urban Initiatives for Local Development (BUILD) in 9 cities - Integrated Urban Infrastructure Development Program (IUIDP) in 12 cities
- Partnership for Local Economic Development (PLED/KPEL) supports in 51 districts - National Shelter Strategy in Central Java Province
National and local officials have been partnering with UN-Habitat, experiment and implement novel approaches on building their new urban policies and works with local communities and civil society organizations for a better service delivery and good practices.