Capacity Development Initiative

Freeman Indonesia Nonprofit Internship Program (FINIP)

Funded by the Freeman Foundation, this program selects American and Indonesian undergraduate students in the U.S. campuses to be awarded opportunity for eight-week internship in nonprofit organizations in some cities in Indonesia.
(The FINIP Program will not be offered in Summer 2012. We hope to offer the program in the future)

U.S. - Indonesia Partnership Program for Study Abroad Capacity (USIPP)

In this initiative, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, universities in Indonesia collaborate with universities in the United States to develop new, innovative study abroad programs. This initiative aims at assisting Indonesian higher education institutions to better prepare to host international students.

Freeman Indonesia Employment Opportunities Program (FIEOP)

Funded by the Freeman Foundation, this initiative provides a free a career guide and job search site dedicated to the Indonesian graduates of American universities. This initiative is one effort to encourage the Indonesian students studying in the U.S. to return to Indonesia for employment upon the completion of their study.

USAID/Emerging Markets Development Advisers Program (EMDAP)

The Emerging Markets Development Advisers Program (EMDAP) is a cooperative activity between the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Institute of International Education (IIE). Through EMDAP, U.S. graduate students and recent graduates with non-profit, business, private sector, public policy, and international relations related backgrounds provide technical assistance and support to local organizations in USAID-assisted countries. EMDAP targeted assistance supports USAID’s strategy of building local capacity through innovative and sustainable assistance by transferring knowledge to local organizations and individuals.

Other Capacity Development Initiatives Programs

Sabre Donation Book Donation Program (in cooperation with Ministry of Education and Culture) Ford Foundation’s Pathways to Higher Education.

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