Project Profile

Prioritizing Reform, Innovation and Opportunities for Reaching Indonesia's Teachers, Administrators and Students

Jangka Waktu Project:
May 2012 to May 2017
Organisasi Pendana:
Pemerintah Mitra:
  • Lembaga Pendidikan dan Tenaga Kependidikan
  • LPMP
Lembaga Mitra:
  • RTI International
Project Sektor:
Wilayah Kerja:
Sulawesi Selatan
Kontak Detail:

Contact details: 
Sampoerna Strategic Square, South Tower,18 Floor.
Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Kav 45-46 Jakarta 12930, Indonesia
Phone: +6221-5750845, Fax: +6221-5750801,
Mobile: +628113408575. Email:

Office Address in South Sulawesi:
Jl. Salemba Raya No.77, Gunung Sari Baru,

Contact Person:
Jamaruddin (Provincial Coordinator)

Project Summary:

PRIORITAS is a five year USAID-funded project designed to improve access to quality education for children in Indonesia. USAID PRIORITAS is part of a cooperative agreement between the Governments of the United States of America and the Republic of Indonesia. The project will work closely with national and local partners to:
1. Improve the quality and relevance of teaching and learning in schools.
2. Develop better management and governance in schools and districts.
3. Support better coordination within and between schools, teacher training institutions and government at all levels.

USAID PRIORITAS will work across 60 partner districts in Aceh, North Sumatra, Banten, West Java, Central Java, East Java and South Sulawesi. In 2014 it will to expand to Papua and two more provinces to be agreed.

USAID PRIORITAS will work with:
1. 18 Teacher Training Institutions to improve their capacity to deliver quality pre- and in-service training programs.
2. Over 1,400 primary and junior secondary schools and madrasah in the 60 partner districts to improve the quality of education in reaching 200,000 teachers and over 300,000 students.
3. 100 additional districts, including 50 Districts previously involved in the USAID-funded DBE project, to support the dissemination of good practices reaching an anticipated further 4,000 Schools, 30,000 teachers and 825,000 students.