IOM Strategy for Indonesia (2022–2025)

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18 juil 2023

IOM Strategy for Indonesia (2022–2025)

By 2025, IOM in Indonesia will have consolidated a holistic approach, inclusive of the country’s central and local governments, as well as civil society and private sector partners, to improve migration management and the protection of migrants. The focus of the IOM vision to harness the inherent benefits of migration to development is in line with the socioeconomic development agenda of the Government and the people of Indonesia, as espoused in the Mid-Term National Development Plan (2020–2024), in which the Government recognizes improved migration management as an integral factor in boosting social and economic development.

This Country Strategy for Indonesia is harmonized with the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (2021–2025) and its four priority areas and is aligned with its timeline. It draws on and contributes to the IOM Strategic Vision, the corresponding IOM Regional Strategy for Asia and the Pacific (2020–2024), and the IOM Strategic Results Framework – all of which are anchored on the overall framework of the 2030 Agenda and the Global Compact for Migration. The priorities articulated in this Country Strategy are founded on the three IOM Strategic Vision pillars of resilience, mobility and governance.

  • Foreword
  • Acronyms 
  • 1. Introduction 
    • 1.1. About IOM 
    • 1.2. IOM in Indonesia 
    • 1.3. Vision statement 
  • 2. Contextual analysis 
    • 2.1. Migration and human development 
    • 2.2. Migration and economic transformation 
    • 2.3. Migration, climate change and disaster resilience 
    • 2.4. Migration governance, data and innovation 
  • 3. Strategic priorities 
    • 3.1. Strategic priorities 
    • 3.2. Cross-cutting themes 
    • 3.3. Partnerships and coordination 
  • 4. Institutional development 
    • 4.1. Policy capacity 
    • 4.2. Knowledge management, monitoring, evaluation and data 
    • 4.3. Media and communications 
    • 4.4. Staff development  
  • 5. The way forward