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The Country Programme Action Plan (CPAP) is designed to make a significant contribution to the country’s effort to complete the current process of widespread and systemic transformation.
The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) comprise eight goals that emerged from the 2000 Millennium Summit of world leaders in New York. The MDGs provide a set of time-bound and measurable targets for combating poverty, hunger, illiteracy, disease, discrimination against women, and environmental degradation — an accountability framework that all countries, including Indonesia, has committed themselves to.
UNDP support to achieving the MDGs in Indonesia includes (1) advocating for and monitoring Indonesia’s overall progress towards the MDGs (2) support to achieve the MDGs in Papua, (3) targeted support to MDG 3 to promote gender equality and empowering women, and (4) targeted support to MDG 6 to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases.
1. MDG Advocacy and Monitoring
As part of a joint UN Country Team effort, UNDP support a national campaign to raise awareness among government agencies, media, civil society and the private sector about the MDGs in Indonesia. It also provides support to the Government of Indonesia in monitoring and reporting on progress and challenges in achieving the goals in all regions of the country.
2. MDGs in Papua
UNDP aims to strengthen local government and civil society capacities to promote, implement and monitor human development in Indonesia’s Papua region (West Papua and Papua provinces).
The Papua Development Programme has four key components:
3. MDG 3: Promoting Gender Equality and Empowering Women
UNDP aims to reduce poverty and support the empowerment of women by better integrating women’s roles and responsibilities into the development policies and programmes of regional governments. UNDP support for mainstreaming gender in the Government’s development policies and programmes has three key components:
4. MDG 6: Combat HIV/AIDS
UNDP is working to halt and help reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS infection both in areas of concentrated epidemic transmission and among the general public. UNDP manages the Indonesian Partnership Fund for HIV/AIDS in support of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. As a co-sponsor of UNAIDS, UNDP is providing support by:
MDG Ongoing Projects
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