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Ayi Farida

country director
afarida@pactworld.org

Peter Newman

senior program specialist
pnewman@pactworld.org

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.

Stories and Highlights

In Indonesia, Pact and partners break down HIV stigma among health care workers

March 1, 2022
  There was a time when Hages Budiman thought HIV would take everything she had. After her husband became sick, they learned he was HIV-positive. Hages was tested too, and she was also positive. Her...

Celebrating Southeast Asias forests and fields -- everyday

April 22, 2021
This story was originally published on USAID Green Invest Asia's website. See the original article here. By Christy Owen, Chief of Party
The Mekong River. (Credit: David Bonnardeaux/Pact)

The private sector must step up against climate change, and foreign aid is helping companies do it

April 22, 2021
Since the late 18th century, global economic development has increased exponentially, and with it the demand for fossil fuels to power these industrial revolutions. Burgeoning populations, in turn,...
Credit: Green Invest Asia

Private sector launches coconut industry's first sustainability charter

November 16, 2020
With support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Green Invest Asia, implemented by Pact, private sector leaders signed the coconut industry’s first global Sustainable...
Community-based support staff member from Yayasan Inter Medika explains Jak-Support fund to a client.

Emergency assistance provided by LINKAGES Indonesia during Covid-19 ensures continuity of HIV and tuberculosis treatment for priority populations

September 9, 2020
This story originally appeared on the LINKAGES blog and has been cross-posted here with permission. It was written by Pact's Ria Ningsih with LINKAGES Indonesia, Lucyan Umboh with LINKAGES Indonesia...

Bandung Wangi: HIV prevention and treatment for female sex workers in Indonesia

June 24, 2020
Jakarta-based Bandung Wangi works to improve the lives of female sex workers in Indonesia. In addition to helping them access HIV prevention, testing and treatment services, the organization supports...

Karisma Foundation: Improving HIV prevention, testing and treatment among drug users in Indonesia

April 30, 2020
Founded in 2001, Jakarta-based Karisma Foundation provides drug treatment and rehabilitation and works to increase HIV prevention, testing and treatment among drug users in Indonesia. Pact and its...
Landscape of a tin mine in Indonesia.

Pact to assess occupational health & safety conditions, training needs of artisanal miners in Indonesia

November 22, 2016
The IDH Tin Working Group has commissioned Pact, an international nonprofit headquartered in Washington, D.C., to assess the occupational health and safety risks for unconventional (artisanal &...

Building organizational capacity across the continuum of care in Indonesia

September 13, 2016
For most of his life, John Jonathan Nap has dedicated himself to helping others. It was an example set for him by his father, who moved their family of nine from Indonesia’s comfortable coast to its...