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Pact began working in Indonesia in 1981, building the capacity of local organizations to combat HIV/AIDS, supporting street children and strengthening the participation and outreach of local NGOs interested in public affairs.
Today, we’re continuing to improve HIV prevention and care services. With our vast expertise in building the capacity of local organizations, we’re strengthening Indonesian organizations that provide HIV services to those who need them most.
Through USAID Green Invest Asia, Pact is supporting developing countries in Asia, including Indonesia, to achieve sustainable landscape-related climate mitigation goals as submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The project is catalyzing private sector finance to upscale and drive investments in agriculture, forestry and other land use toward low emissions, yet profitable business models. Learn more on the project's website.
Pact's newest efforts in Indonesia are building the capacity of local organizations to improve maternal, newborn and child health services as well as family planning and reproductive health care. And Pact is supporting subnational government agencies in Indonesia to achieve environmental governance that advances sustainable management in biodiversity conservation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from land use.