Denmark Gives US$ 10 Mil. for Good Governance in Indonesia

Danish Ambassador to Indonesia Borge Petersen on Tuesday 15 December signed agreements to give US$10 million from Denmark to support good governance programs in Indonesia.
Transparency International Indonesia (TII) and the Asia Foundation and the Kemitraan (Partnership for Governance Reform) will receive most of the grant but some of the money will also go to Semarang-based Jakarta Center for Law Enforcement Cooperation, an agency devoted to improving professional standards of law enforcement agencies in combating transnational crimes.
With the Danish government’s assistance, the TII will implement a project to improve good governance and reduce corruption. Meanwhile, Kemitraan will focus on a five-year program on leveraging and educating on accountable democracy.

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