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Research, Advocacy, Project Management

Critical government partners drive strategic policy through the process knowledge to policy

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"Overcoming Education Gaps in Indonesia" with 5 sub-themes.


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Latest Research

Browse 50+ Article 33 Indonesia research with 150+ publications.

Article 33 Indonesia has conducted more than 50 research projects in Indonesia and has a collection of more than 150 impactful publications in various formats, including books, research reports, policy notes, annual reports, working papers, guidelines and study instruments.

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what we do

Since 14 years of existence, Article 33 Indonesia positioning itself as a strategic and trusted partner in the evidence-based policy making process in Indonesia.

Article 33 Indonesia has capabilities in:

Quantitative and qualitative research, including monitoring and evaluation.

Advocacy and capacity building for policy implementation.

Project management and project implementation in the field.

Focus Article 33 Indonesia


Research with a team of education experts in advancing the education system through collaboration with the government, education coalitions, and holding webinars and conferences.

Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability

Research to improve good governance and social forestry regulations in Indonesia, as well as strengthening the capacity of social forestry institutions.

Regional Inclusive Development

Strengthening economic diversification and inclusive local development in areas rich in natural resources, as well as monitoring and evaluating Village Fund flagship projects.

GEDSI (Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion)

Strengthening issues of Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion in various development projects, agendas and policies in remote areas and other fields.

Article 33 Indonesia's Experience in Numbers

A33 is supported by more than 20 permanent staff and 170 individual experts in managing Type III Self-Management.




City and Regency
in Indonesia

57 Billion

Annual fund management


Quantitative and qualitative, including monitoring and evaluation.

Policy Advocacy

Advocacy and capacity building for policy implementation.

Project management

Planning, strategy development and field implementation.

Project Map

Click on a province to see A33 activity, for a complete list see here

Peta Project
Jawa Barat

West Java

  • Urban Futures, Hivos, Bandung City, 2009-2010

Our Partners

Article 33 Indonesia increases impact through collaboration with leading funding institutions, key policy makers at national and regional levels, academic institutions, community organizations, community groups/grassroots groups, and the private sector.