USAID's Investments for Democracy and Governance in Indonesia - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Democracy and Governance spending

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Having undergone a remarkable democratic transformation in 1998, Indonesia has emerged as a regional leader in democracy and is globally recognized for its diversity and pluralism. Democracy and Governance programs in Indonesia are producing tangible democratic benefits for all Indonesian citizens.

USAID's Democracy and Governance program in Indonesia works with Government of Indonesia to:

  • Bolster the capacity of government institutions to prevent, expose and address corruption;
  • Improve rule of law through accountable and effective justice systems;
  • Maintain good governance by bolstering the capacity of government institutions;
  • Improve political competition and consensus-building; and
  • Strengthen connections between civil society and citizens.
Voters casting their ballots in the first direct elections of local leaders in Aceh.

Voters casting their ballots in the first direct elections of local leaders in Aceh.

USAID/M. Kholifan

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