The proposed Indonesia Irrigation Sector Project (IISP the Project)
will result in increased agricultural productivity through improved
The project aims to increase productivity and competitiveness in Indonesia by building strategic linkages between polytechnic institutions and the
private sector, and by strengthening the capacity of selected polytechnic institutions to deliver high quality programs that respond to the needs of
The Project aims to build the capacity of seven Sulawesi universities to design and deliver applied enterprenurship education tha produces graduates able to start their own busineses. The project also seeks to develop support services for SMEs through the creation of networks of stakeholders such as of commerce, industry associations, bank and media
The project aims to identify, implement, and showcase transparent and accountable practices in decentralized government operations in Sulawesi, with the aim of reducing opportunities for corruption. It assists local governments in Sulawesi in implementing transparent government administration practices in three areas: licensing and identification cards, performance incentives, and procurement.
BASICS is a key CIDA project that is helping to improve decentralized local governance in Sulawesi. BASICS focuses primarily on capacity development at the district/city level to assist governments and/or legilative councils in exercising their roles and responsibilities to plan and budget for the delivery of social services. At the provincial level, the project is helping to provide improved guidance, support and supervision to the districts/cities within their jurisdiction.