Australia – Indonesia Partnership in Disaster Risk Management (AIP-DRM) Design

10 January 2019

The Australia-Indonesia Partnership in Disaster Risk Management (AIP-DRM) is a AUD25 million five year program (2019 – 2024) with an option for a further 2 year extension.

The goal of the program is to improve Indonesia's management of disaster risks and to strengthen cooperation between Australia and Indonesia's on regional humanitarian issues. The proposed end-of-program-outcomes include:

  • National Disaster Management Authority's (BNPB) institutional capacity and organisational systems are strengthened resulting in better leadership and coordination in disaster risk management.
  • Target provinces, districts and villages are better able to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters.
  • Strengthened cooperation between Australia and Indonesia on regional humanitarian preparedness and response.
  • Strengthened learning, innovation and inclusion for disaster risk management.

AusTender: Australia-Indonesia Partnership in Disaster Risk Management - ATM DFAT-222

Design document


Last Updated: 20 February 2019