Improve access to better governed and quality basic education services This program supports Indonesia to give nine years of quality, basic education to all Indonesian girls and boys. It is targeted where needs are most pressing - at the Junior Secondary Level. About 2,000 new schools have been constructed and more than 130,000 children are already enrolled and attending these schools. These schools have been built by local communities, including villagers whose children will attend the schools. Communities are also joining school management committees demonstrating their commitment to the new schools. The program is improving the quality of schools, teachers and learning materials through better training and resourcing. It also focuses on improving governance and management of education services through better planning and financing.
Australia Indonesia Basic Education Program
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Jan 2006 to Dec 2010
AUD 355 million
Nusa Tenggara Barat
Nusa Tenggara Timur