Indonesia Threshold Program

  • Grant Total: $55,000,000
  • Signed: October 25, 2006

Indonesia’s $55 million threshold program seeks to reduce corruption by bolstering several key anti-corruption institutions including the Supreme Court and the Anti-Corruption Commission (KPK) and to create a more decentralized and sustainable immunization surveillance system.

Indonesia was named eligible for MCC Threshold Program assistance on October 25, 2006 and was named eligible for MCC Compact Program Assistance on December 11, 2008.


Increase Immunization Rates - Build Capacity and Public Awareness
  • Provide technical and management training for health-care providers on epidemiology, immunization and surveillance, mid-level management, financial sustainability, integrated health planning, and budgeting.
  • Improve monitoring of vaccines to measure vaccination coverage, ensure the availability of quality vaccine supplies, and monitor program results.
  • Improve and expand polio surveillance systems for other vaccine-preventable diseases.
  • Support activities to engage and motivate community leaders, nongovernmental organizations, and faith-based organizations to promote and advocate for strengthened routine immunization services.
Reduce Public Corruption

Reform the Judiciary

  • Train judges on the newly adopted Judicial Code of Conduct.
  • Train senior-level court personnel on wealth reporting and monitoring requirements.
  • Develop job descriptions and performance standards for court personnel.
  • Publish all Supreme Court decisions online and enhance the Supreme Court website.
  • Implement public complaint procedures and distribute corresponding public awareness materials.
  • Develop guidelines to publicly release disciplinary information concerning court personnel and the judiciary.

Increase public access to court information.

  • Improve the Capability of the Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center
  • Enhance the “Know Your Customer” education and public awareness campaign by introducing it to non-bank financial institutions to detect and report suspicious transactions that may indicate money laundering activity.
  • Increase the capacity of the Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center to receive and analyze online financial reports.
  • Establish an online communications system between the Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center and law enforcement agencies to enhance their ability to share information.

Improve the Capability of the Corruption Eradication Commission

  • Provide equipment and training to improve the Corruption Eradication Commission’s technical capabilities to investigate and prosecute corruption cases.
  • Expand collection of data for Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index.

Implement Electronic Government Procurement

  • Establish five regional procurement centers linked electronically.
  • Support the collection of baseline data from the five regional centers to reduce single-source procurements and to help identify suspicious and inappropriate procurement activity.